13 Burst results for "Ryan Collins"

"ryan collins" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"And the risk is that you these deposits. The banks need in order to support that that funding for their lanes leaks out of the commercial banking system into the cdc Into into the banks we have bank of england. So that's why you might need things like So different interest rates for commercial bank accounts savings account and a a Central bank savings account so one argument is if you're going to issue these things you should have a lower interest account than than the market right as a way of sort of counterbalancing risk that all of those all of that funding in commercial banking system. If you look around the world are the countries that are making serious moves in this direction towards central bank digital currency china. I think is the most interesting case saying china. They've embarked on a major sort of regional test case where they've launched a digital yuan in an quarter large city region in china I haven't seen this sort of initial results or or any evaluations over it but china's also interesting because they've they've had a couple of different Private sector issued payment systems and sort of digital takings governments clearly concerned that this private sector issued pame sort of currency is going to overtake the euan popularity And that's clearly a driver for them to issue their own. The other reason china's interesting is kind of obvious. It's global superpower waddling. Us and think faith Central banks in in the west is if this currency is successful is digitally one. Might you see Investors leaving our assets of dollars studying euros into digital one. So so i think this this. This kind of geopolitical dynamics going on that which quite interesting well given that how seriously those conversations being had in the bank of england. Is it something you would see happening here in the next decade some kind of trial. I absolutely i think it'll be seen in that. I think it'll be. I think it'd be a trial within the next three. Or four years i would say And then expect to fully-fledged currency within united. Maybe six or seven years. But i'm not i'm not sub. Wouldn't put money in any of this mark concern a little bit. Is the whole things happening without much public. Scrutiny or democratic's scrutiny So the bank of england's consultation example was was quite focused on kind've Financial institutions think about this and more companies think about much less about what households thing can civil society. And i think there's a. There's a risk that we miss the opportunity to rethink the monetary system will broadly In terms of its public purposes utility and that applies to the financial exclusion issue and the getting credit to the parts of the economy. Type argument. I think all of these things could be addressed to some extent by this but they might just not be addressed if if democratic screeching Well it's it's it's so interesting josh. Thank you so much. That's josh ryan collins from the ucla to for innovation and public purpose. Thank you well to give give you head of bright from spinning where we're going to Look off digital currency and talk about the future of cash itself with rightful stadium who is a senior research fellow at the ip pr. Joel i i know those. Ip pr re reports last year about the future of cash. So i want to talk to you about the detail of that. I guess the first thing. I said too early. I i'm really. I really dislike cash. It drives me nuts when places will only accept cash. And i understand. Some people don't have access to bank accounts and so forth. Should we be thinking about bringing people up to be able to access digital transactions rather than slavishly hanging onto cash. Yeah i think for for those of us who already live quite digital lives. it can be a bit confounding. Think about the need for cash. What we found through our research an from talking to people across the uk and is there is a kind of hardcore people who still relying today as well as people who prefer these For whatever reason what. The reasons people prefer to use cash so we found. There's a a major motivation in a sense of control. People feeling they can better manage their money manage money more effectively and they can kind of see the cash in their wallet either The end of the month and within the week and as well as a level of distrust in banks or other financial institutions. We'll feel like they don't trust and digital providers to mind their money as reliably as they can can see the cash the on their hand and and people also express concerns around privacy. People weren't sure why people needed to know. They're spending their money on how much they were. Spending a nonsense. Privacy found is quite tangible and particularly amongst and all the people who've been using of cash as the norm throughout their lives. I think particularly those relying cash tend to be people managing tight budgets people on lower incomes. And who we didn't know where where every penny is going and we are stories for instance from mum's he talked about. You know the start of the school year. They made sure they pay for at school uniform in cash. And so if you're a fussy one has it needs a different size and something. They don't need to pay out twice and then wait for a refund to come back into their account as well as and people who experienced financial insecurity. And if you don't trust not to put charges on things because it concerned about things like overdraft fees and then cash is an option. The kind of eliminate some of that risk for them how many people don't have access to To a bank account about five million people in the uk are reliant on cash still. And then you. There still is significant core of i'm gonna unpacked adults and don't have any access to digital digital banking a toll and those people will with no fixed address. People who are we kind of entirely digitally excluded with experienced homelessness and shift towards a digital world. Where now you can normally under the bus by a cup of tea without having access to those.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk. Show host ken. Coleman it's tuesday august seventeenth. Cnbc puts a headline. Which by the way. I reported on this last week. But this is this stuff cycles through the news so listen to this. A reminder another three point nine million people quit their jobs in june. I mean it's staggering. Now they didn't just quit and go home and play video games all right. That's not what that's not. What the headline is. Here's what's going on underneath. This is come from the. Us labor department's latest job update ready for this many of the three point. Nine million people who quit. They quit to something better who from paycheck to purpose. They're moving on up and they're making more money. Listen to this. The average wage growth for all workers increased just one point five percent in june compared to a year ago k. But it's up by five point eight percent for job switcher so everybody else is getting the wage increase of one point five percent above what they were making last june. All right. that's what that means. However wages went up five point eight percent nearly six percent for people who switch jobs so people stayed in the same job that got the one point. Five percent bump from last year and this is during a pandemic traditionally. It's usually average about three percent. Bump okay so people who switched jobs are doubling. What the normal bump. Just the annual increase in pay tends to be in the united states employs are having to compete for talent because of our current job situation. We at ten million jobs available eight point. Four eight point five million people unemployed. So we've got more jobs available than people who are unemployed so decrease this unbelievable demand for workers so what are they doing higher. Pay signing bonuses. Come home better. Benefits and more flexible work schedules. Let me give you that list one more time and when you sit here you're watching this. You're going okay. Why would i switch jobs right now. Ken will i don't know how about a signing bonus. Maybe how about a bump in pay. Maybe a how. 'bout better benefits baby. And how about more flexible schedules. I look i'm just telling you now is the time. This is not going to stay this way so for all of you kind of worried about it nervous about it. Call me will talk you through the steps not a jump. Now's the time. And there's still time for you to get qualified by the way i mean. Listen last week. We had ryan collins in the ceo of bethel tech look folks bethel tech dot net slash. Ken coleman in nine months online at your schedule and for fifteen thousand dollars or less. If you pay cash you can get qualified for the tech industry which is everywhere by the way it's like. The tech industry lives in every other industry. Right it's unbelievable. Hot hot hot. They have a placement rate of eighty percent. Ryan said they're placing people who are getting trained. They're not just training you. They place you at a clip of eighty percent of people getting jobs. By the way. I got gotta texas morning. We have eight. Ken coleman show viewers and listeners. Starting bethel tech next week. We'll you're rolling towards fifty people in just a few months of signed up. Yeah that's really awesome. Because the sky's the limit we're talking about starting pay of seventy thousand dollars or higher within a year to making six figures in the tech industry. So there you go folks..

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"ryan collins" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

"This is work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk. Show host ken. Coleman it's monday august. sixteen this is. Npr news wire great source for a lot of the stuff. I bring you folks. And there's a new tech job report from a company named dice and this is based on twenty twenty one tech job posting right. So this is. This is where they're being posted posted. For what okay So quick quote here from The ceo of dice. That did the study he says. This is art zeile. He says we're in one of the hottest tech job market since the dot com era ryan shaking his head. Absolutely here This is evidenced by the upper trend in tech job postings since november of twenty twenty. So i mean again. I don't need to remind you that's smack in the middle of the pandemic november twenty twenty and tech postings are up so brian i wanna walk through these and have you comment on these. I'll just run through them quickly. What we've got here. Is they have a list in this. Study the top twenty five tech skills by postings so based on postings this is where the demand is all right One is project management to sql three java four python. You're talking about that. I didn't even know what that was. Until i looked at this research and then java script now we've got the full twenty five or not going to go through the full twenty-five but these are the top five as relates to job posting. So break these down for me project management. Give us real terms. What are we talking about there. Yeah i mean that's That's going to be regardless of industry. I think you're going to need people that are able to to project manage logistics. He doesn't have this guru. Yeah but techniques project. Yeah absolutely and i mean another option for that. You've got your. Php certification is often. And then you've got the six sigma lean six sigma certifications. That are pretty quick and pretty affordable for you to go through if you wanna go see that. Sql yes so. What's interesting actually about the number two number three and number five sql java and java script these are actually all part of our full stack program exact. So what's cool about that is sql is an entire module in our program in and of itself we've literally seen students get sql jobs. We've seen individuals get java and java scrip- jobs so sauce yes so you can get a job based on one module in and of itself and again. This isn't research from ryan's company. This is research here. these are by job posting. So there you go so we just cover java javascript and python you covered earlier. This is like this new language. Yeah i would highly encourage people Whether you have tech background or not to start dabbling in that. It's actually a part of our data science program so it's a key component of our data science program and you'll see most data. Science programmes involve python as well but again a machine learning quantum computing. They're all gonna want some type of understanding and background and this is just interesting this from the study and i just want to touch on this briefly Top ten cities four tech jobs again based on the amount of tech postings. Okay pretty interesting. I don't think really surprising number one new york But number two atlanta. Yeah the jewel of the south. Yeah is that surprising to you now. It doesn't because again it all goes back to every company is a tech company right. So what you're wanting to to look at especially if you're just getting in as a junior is large companies Because they're going to have a strong support system around you in a strong ecosystem to help you learn and grow the not gonna throw the entire kitchen sink at you like that's a recipe for disaster so in the other part of it too when you think about new york and atlanta is that the finance and insurance are hot talent right now so the that. That doesn't shock me at all. Yeah awesome Chicago illinois number three san francisco four washington. Dc five austin texas six. I gotta tell you. I thought it was interesting. I i'm not surprised at austin's in the top ten i would've thought have been hired me to But again you know. We're not talking about a huge amount of difference. These are just postings seattle washington seven dallas texas eight los angeles nine and boston. Ten so again if you live in these outer rings. It's called the suburb of these massive metropolitan area. I mean there's opportunity here. And i what i don't know and i don't know if you've had any any knowledge of this is how many of these type of jobs are open to remote. That's what i was going to get to so it used to be that in order to get a job that you would have to up and move your your entire life and family to one of these merger but especially one of the one. Don't how do i say this is not silver lining but one of the things that we found from cova is that we were forced to work remote. Yeah and a lot of companies actually loved that. So you're seeing around a twenty five percent increase in remote jobs for companies where before cove it. They're actually person jobs. And especially on the junior dev side where most companies would actually want a junior dove to be in person which makes sense you know. They're wet behind the ears and they need a lot of. They need a strong system but they've figured out how to do that. Virtually through through virtual meetings and great point. Yeah it's a great you don't have to live in these top ten cities and get hired by big companies in these areas. Game changer man. Yeah absolute game changer..

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"ryan collins" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Amanda i think he forwarded this to us from our ask. Ken coleman dot com email address at the show. Email address emails This is from a guy named michael and He had taken the get clear career assessment. And this brand new tool. It released the same day as the presale of the new book from paycheck to purpose. And i just have to read this. He said for months and months. I've been doing activities to determine what my career purposes. And i got into a place where i was pleased. The results in fact it led me to accept the role And it's going to be the first time in my career that it is a dream job aligns with my broader mission. I have for life. He said your is a great point of motivation. Said but i had to do it on my own based on what i've been learning from you. And he said. I preordered your new book and i got to get clear career szeswith with it and in ten minutes which by the way joe that has to be the fastest anybody's ever taken it. That's pretty quick. It's moving but you can do it. That quick in ten minutes concluded would it took me months and months to do the same. I know of no other career assessment that could match the level of reflection required. That i had until i took the get clear to me. It is nothing short of amazing and Just wanted to share the nice compliment and so that should the whole team or teams amazing work with me for months and months and months on that so anyway Really excited to read. That's a real testimony fun stuff. They're coming up Next segment we got some funny funny work things the way it work fails are awkward. Fails interactions that. I'm gonna share as we'll have a little bit of fun. And i wanna mention that today on our youtube show our special technology show with ryan collins of bethal tech really excited six more. Ken coleman show. Losers are starting the baffled tech program to get qualified in technology. And get going. We've had nearly fifty Joined the program since we started it just over six months ago so so excited about that. Bethel tech dot net slash coleman. If you want to learn more and you can check that episode out on youtube now you can watch that so check that out. The ken coleman show on you too all right. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven. Seven is the number. Let's go to eric. In boise idaho eric. You're on the ken. Coleman show can talk to you good to talk to you. what's going on i. I just told him to say about the wealth of meaning to meet you I just wanted to get some background. So sure i'm i'm twenty eight years old My wife and i earlier this year. We hit set number seven. Oh is time man. That is big time for those of you. Who maybe new ramsey solutions not know. What baby step. Seven is telemetric and with some passion. So where we're living so that way we can live like no one else that way. Now you can start living like no one else and give him like how and you have no debt including your house right. Yes that's correct. That's unbelievable completely debt. Free at special stuff art. Eric i just wanted to celebrate that accomplishment so so you keep going so so kinda would that has led me to being at this point is you know i i kinda wanna be more purposeful with my work and doing what it is that you know god made me to do So i've been kind of searching a little bit and trying to figure that out So i'm i'm an electrical engineer and I've been working at this company that i hired on with outside of college for the last six years And i'm trying to decide whether or not i should maybe make flight Career change and My now i work with more hardware side of things in turn to decide one. If i should maybe move over to the software side of things in the programming side of thing and then if i were to do that the best way to go about doing it and then i guess some some other background information. I do have some experiencing expansion programming in my school and it wasn't my favorite But i've also been able to work with it more you know in a career and i've enjoyed it a lot more okay. Well we've got to pay attention to both of those. But i think the latest information we have right. The latest data points are somewhere in your career. You've had some level of programming and you enjoyed it on what level so if one being i hate it and ten being it's awesome. How would you rank it real work. Experience So i would say probably a solid six or seven. Okay so i will know. If i'm gonna call six or seven fact i know six or seven is not loving your work. It's just not now. Well we have to figure out though is is that six or seven being ranked on environmental circumstances meaning where you were maybe the type of programming so this is where i think you've gotta lean into this a little bit more and i think this is pretty simple. I think you've got to hang out with some programmers that are doing different types of programming work and i'm somewhat limited in how i can describe that but i think you know what that means and i think in spending time with them in proximity. This is my proximity principle in order to do what you wanna do. You gotta be around people that are doing in in places where it is happening..

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"ryan collins" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"So we have this big expense now for the house and You know and then we're moving a little bit further out so now we're going to be going You know our our grant are well my son's grandparents being kind of daycare to daycare. So that is the added expense of that. And i'm still a little bit concerned with the whole thing. I don't want go back into debt. I'm really concerned about that. And so i want the easy path of just apply for student loan glide every so here so yeah i get it and by the way. You're right so what we have to do. Is we go back into this email and and we forget the little nba reference so. Let's just assume that the nba wasn't even mentioned against they mentioned computer science Maybe an mba with the technology specialty. I think they mentioned that. I just broke my own rule. We mentioned nba right but then they said data analytics And there were something else in there. but it was a lot of technology stuff am my right. Yeah instead if you get more qualified. Essentially what they're saying is here's some additional. Let's call it certifications requirements educational pieces in technology. That will set you up for promotion. Ya right so what i want you to do is and i'm not kidding i want you to talk to bethel tech today okay If you go to bethel tech dot net slash ken coleman or if you can't remember that you can just go to bethel tech dot net and i want you to call all right. I endorse them. Here's why i endorse him. I'd ask them about the data analytics requirements and qualifications. How they can train you. They're the computer science degree. Let me give you a ballpark idea. Ryan collins or ceo. You told me this. The average cost of a computer science degrees one hundred eighty thousand dollars. Can you believe that. Do you know when shocking you know what his program costs and they're silicon valley. Will you know. I endorse them. So you know it's gonna be good if you pay cash they can discount you somewhere between fifteen hundred to two thousand five hundred dollars off a fifteen thousand dollars and it's a nine month program online. You don't have to move anywhere. So but now. Here's what i want you to do. And i'm being true blue. I'd ask him about the data analytics. What do they offer from a standpoint on data analytics they can do that. Programmers all kinds of coding. All that stuff. Cyber security i mean. I know that wasn't mentioned but my point is they're very vast in their abilities. The right outside of silicon valley and they actually train you on people skills as well and they have a great placement program. So here's what's great as a part of your less than fifteen if you cash for your way through it. They have a job placement program. They may end up placing you somewhere else or you. Just come back your current employer and go boom. I just did this and it costs you way less and it took less than a year. I want you to start by talking to them and if you wanna talk to other organizations like them that are training people in technology for a fraction of time and money. Talk to other people too. But i'm endorsing him. Because i know them and you tell them that you're on the air with me today and you're kicking the tires. You need answers. Start there. Do not do the nba. It's not worth it. It's not worth it. This is the. Ken coleman show and welcome back to the ken. Coleman show thrilled the heavy with us as we help you go from paycheck to purpose. turns out it's very possible.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

06:17 min | 5 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"For all these forty years. I've been working in tv of people knew the as my roads. You know what i made in on like willing bryson. Kinda starkey is in them so that means it always other people that i've talked to disaster juno on tv. I discovered you here on the internet and discovered me me you know and i love that. They come back. Just hear me in It's what a wonderful thing. It is instagram achieving. Everybody and she'll cheers. It's like your kids had never looked up. Ever gonna know what they look like but anyway what a wonderful way to reach out to one another in others. Here's the bad side of good side. The you know. Keep in touch visit nan. In i just love the fact that so many people. I couldn't believe it when i had twenty thousand. Wanna hear what i've said. Then here they kind. Millions are these. Have you ever thought of having your own talk show. I have that you know what. I'm bed or i like i like acting ride. That goes away once you get that talk show. They never get a really really enjoy acting like on this little sip. Calmer i just wait i. It's the best job i ever had. I'll be k- in my bialik is our executive with. Is she smackers on it. Rail doubles assigned. The she knows what actors nayed were and here. We are over an empty or brothers by the way right now. His indy drive so sad. Dr onto an empty not sound stage empty. Why there's nobody there. And then you perk your little given spot in you walk into an empty sense edge. The makeup people have shields and they have to wear jumpers and they make you up and then they put you back your shield in your put back in your room dressing room forever and then the cameras get ready. And there's nobody there and we make comedy with no laughter because see. There's nobody are kind of show should have been multi cam should be shooting in front of an audience and it'll be years as a really do think it will be used for an audience in so there's no audience in the you know the the until the camera last all you ever. Here's the riber one writer on the road. It's always that one guy. It's it must be his episode. That's his episodes joking like is it hard phasing. One time. you're may add the last. I said they said you're you're taking a major you don't need to. Here's the lion. This said no. I feel this is the lie about laugh is where we put it. It put it god. Hey how y'all doing is the book that's out now right. Is that your is that. Look that leslie jordan. How y'all doing when you first get you'll notice it's it's an easy leave right easy read. It's a very and what did you get into. What do you talk about. I start out about the instagram. In how i wasn't used to that in now that enhanced comedy what i learned to go on instagram and get a story that i thought take forever. Stage down to manage and the allies Beginning middle end in danced. It now anyway. How mind comedy gonna work so whale under In in I just had a lebanon. I was very lucky see. They came to l. e. l. e. j. e. c. k. Miss hale miss l. one of the big editors at what who is not william. Moore's bubblicious are miriam webster. No i don't know now. The other raw ryan collins publishers. At harbor car recall hearing one. Aim to me. Set up a phone interview. They did we see a book. You see coming from Delightful instagram does. We see a name when wrote a color. Hey y'all do. They can't do the book and name in a big ceremony. I said my gosh much in row said start writing and we like this story. This was already beautifully organized. I called him in about a month. And i said well i something or you nagel but he got a chapter. I read us a book. How many pages. This book member is knowledge. Hundred ninety five. A judge could read that quickly. Look at that. And i bet it's bangala laughs of that night it out accused mike away. They lighted they laid it out. Even though i would have a story they would take the story and make it into several little stories dot little anyway. They got little pictures of of like this. You know the art the story in our like pictures. That's how i read the pictures. I need pictures. They'll be a little blast lesley's glasses in there. They'd break it up in another story until you the story. So it isn't easy didn't your mom. What's the first lines that your mom got upset with. And so that's vulgar. Was that that book yes well. She was ursula. You weren't rice at was. Why would you ceiling momma she added. It's not that bad award. She said well. You are.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:25 min | 8 months ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Talk live but most of the people been calling in about kobe. And just an and i happen to be recovering from it. So i gotta say that you know for me. It feels like a very You know insightful. Timely show because well there were days over. The course of the past couple of weeks with just couldn't get up couldn't do anything wasn't eating. I lost fifteen pounds in five days. You know what the reminds me of the flu. Well i wouldn't. I wouldn't be able to tell you whether it's the flu or not the flu because it's a very bad case of the flu is what my experience you thought for a few days. You see. you weren't gonna make it. No no. I didn't think that for a second. Like oh god. Last time i last time. I lost a like fifteen pounds on without being able to move from the bed. I had a really bad stomach flu. Yeah well this. One of the reasons that You know when you have the chills in you know. You've you've got a fever in these sorts of things your body's working harder. It's burning more calories. And i had a few calories to burn ladies and gentlemen i had a high of two zero six five foot probably ten now at fifty years old but five foot. Eleven is what i would've called myself. And yeah i mean. It's just burned through calories and don't feel like eating still still not really eating very much but Yeah you can call in about whatever you want to talk about. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero and that seems to be one of the major issues with this is that it destroys your sense of smell slash tastes so eating when you can't actually taste your food is a chore. I taste things but they taste different tastes different so You know we'll see. Let's go to ryan collins from tennessee ryan. You're on free. Talk live from taking my call. Sure i wanted to chime in on the vaccine. But first of all i wanted to salute all of you for fighting the good fight to protect your free speech against big government big media. Everybody who's trying to hold us back at it takes me for sure but As far as the vaccine goes I've got several points. I'm gonna try to keep it short About a year ago. Well first of all the. Fda has not approved any of these vaccines they've given the eu eu eu way. Emergency use reservations. But none of them have been approved ago I guess the fourth caller bags gonna call me a fake caller but a year ago the ceo. Madonna came on the fox business channel. Maria bartolo mos interviewing him and he was bragging that they developed the vaccine in four days. So i'm sitting here thinking well. There's there hasn't been a vaccine producing in less than five years than they did. In four days so basically they got their vaccine right the very very first. Try even even be someone that lever. As i think the only reason the fda won't approve because then when a whole bunch of people start dying they'll be like put you approved fda or exactly. They have no idea what the long term effects or. i mean. it's like it's like ski experiment. They're calling thirty. I got in trouble for calling experimental gene therapy.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the show's gonna stop by and tell us exactly maybe what about no NBA for the rest of the year that comes with about forty five seconds after your sports in the headlines start with the Utah Jazz all players of the organization and staff have been cleared by the Utah department of health after completing their respective periods of isolation and quarantine after exposure to the corona virus according to a team official more than two weeks ago jazz center Rudy Gobert was one of three NBA player to test positive for covert nineteen prompting the NBA to suspend play in Major League Baseball news New York Mets right hander Noah Syndergaard underwent successful Tommy John surgery on Thursday that's what a source told ESPN the Mets announced on Tuesday that Syndergaard would need the surgery he is expected return sometime during the twenty twenty one Major League Baseball season but is there going to be the rest of a twenty twenty season when it comes to the NBA there's been a metal plate in the NBA for ten years how does a great job one of the hundred jobs that he has working his **** off to the bone he is Ryan house of ESPN NBA hit a what's what of the mind houses here thanks to the cell pencil performance line now I call you to network entrepreneur because so many different networks getting your job on but what do you think as maybe they could not be an MBA Ryan for the rest of the year bad don't don't even getting the keys me like that that I would have to wait long enough for the NBA to get going to advocate for you here you know this is Ryan Collins style okay if you know your Super Bowl I get it absolutely good APA's been good to me but but it is is a scary thought but you know our we have so many more issues going on in the world today obviously health peace security does all all even bigger issues it more poorly bad every day that goes by someone losing their jobs if the company going bankrupt or something that that that can't happen there's a lot of money loss and I know we talked about it yet but you know the restaurant chains that are that are struggling you know that the price of the groceries are going up and people happy each and every day you don't have money coming in you know the the majority of the world of worksite Ryan how if you don't work you don't get paid he mobile you know you get it in in some of these constituents and so hopefully we get the NBA back and you know we can we can maintain some type of normalcy and I was even more so just containing the virus awry and go back to your plan daisy in your own in the NBA team what would you need from the league from your team leader Subrata league to convince you that it was safe to play again like what sort of security would you have to have for me aha then I think you'd have to have have trust and believe in your training staff but with the scary part right now about playing in you know myself as a player these players now is that we don't know what we're offering it's alternately that now we see you know if it's not addressed right away treated you know you've got a right on top of it it's called a nineteen could be absolutely fatal up little to believe you can quarantine it and and get ahead of it if you know test around the clock I think you can have a chance to quarantine you know whoever's sick and I it what what's tough is like you know when you're in the NBA bad the life of an NBA player let's say you practice for forty six hours right we have to route forty six hours per se whatever it may be you got the rest of the day to yourself in whatever city you're in you're going to got bills what that's the time that securities NBA player you want to go down to grab a bite to eat the larvae what a goal you know what a good friend you know go catch a movie or whatever it may be you know eating when you come in contact with the family could be a carrier now you could be the person that infects the rest of the league so that's what's more so scary rather than just the game being played it's the outside access great the by my house and played ten years in the NBA hit him up on Twitter at the Ryan Hollins joining Freddy coming of my mid cap on Freddie Fitzsimmons on ESPN radio on Sirius XM channel eighty I also think a big factor in all of this in terms we talk about with players trying to manage their time to try to use that time wisely is the fact the social media where so many times that has also been an outlet for players that's been an outlet for people especially regarding the NBA that is really fan friendly how much of that has really kind of I wanna see turned off people ride but really it's been somebody can look at but can't use the try to make themselves feel better about what's going on yeah it is social media is is tough right now it seems like everybody through the Instagram live the kind of the only way that we can go out and connect to people but you know one thing I do appreciate right now Freddie is there a lot of people now seem out there if it is to be the the best known to be to be set are are being hurt you hurt my brain I believe a couple days ago you know kind of sort of the best in his backyard about Hey man wash your hands you know double and triple you know don't touch your hands to your face the quicker you take here there's the quicker we get back to basketball star lebron James Carmelo Anthony Dwyane Wade Chris quality got the going out and speaking out and you know at some point something's got to give because you can see just the frustration almost everybody's faces that we want to get back to you know the sports we want to get back to just you know going out and saying hi Bana I I take a walk around my neighborhood perspective my neighbors at eight eight eight never been happier this year several could have prepared by walking.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And remind. what is this indivisible is the game that if I'm not mistaken is come from the same people may school girl yup is it's a side scrolling RPG and it the whole but it has so many like buzz words that they put yeah but what's great about it is it has RPG style turn based battles and that it that it goes seamlessly from the side scrolling platforming into those bad old man. former combined with valkyrie profile yeah it's kind of basically lie and I gotta be honest I'm not into the our work see I like to ask. I'm just not that into the artwork but very cool October eighth is also going to play host to call of consumer on the switch trying for the nightmare prints on PC PS four Xbox and the switch and a game I did I don't even think I realized how ukulele and the impossible layer okay PS four Xbox ones which I thought that came I thought the game to terrible that arises yeah I don't I don't think the ukulele did very well at all but okay sure I'm out of any of those three games called. has my attention there have been a lot of call because you live games like there's been a lot alike. H. P. Lovecraft short of is seen five I just I don't know I'm interested to see how they're going to pull it off on the switch I made check it out because I didn't give the sinking city a shot so maybe this will scratch that itch October tenth is gonna bring deliver us the moon to PC now what is that I tried to futuristic post apocalyptic kind of game are basically three sources of run outs peoples are like mining the moon okay for a new energy source and then all communication went dark and then years after you play the final astronaut on earth venturing to the moon to find out what how interesting okay so concept so it's a mystery yeah nice okay October eleventh is gonna bring grade for PC PS four and Xbox driving yeah and October fifteenth two titles coming out for switch we've got over watch and witcher three wild hunt coming out for scoring titles that I objectively never thought I see only switch yet here they are when I announce this way she thought no way now I know that neither of you guys are really going to be playing heavy on the switch but like our is anyone in this room actually considering getting over watch for the Swiss I'll try it probably yeah I mean I'm not going to get a day one because already got it on PC Ryan Collins yeah you got sticks on it so I I would imagine you'd actually be pretty good but I don't know look I'm not sure that that's exactly game that I would want in that format like I don't know that I need to take it with me yeah and that's sort of what I'm I'm trying to figure out I may pick it up but there's just so much other stuff on the switch there's gonna take up until now what's weird about it though as a parent you can use motion controls so like in in the trailer tracer blinks you can see a white like sort of like in the the the the sound I want yeah. there's way too much I don't know how you feel about that but you know the witcher three I think I think that's the one that I'm gonna go with us for sheer scale I just want to see how it ends up performing on the show yeah October seventeenth of got Travis strikes again no more heroes completed this is Lee hi I'm I'm in fit is because no more heroes is a really a reverent sort of all yet. numbers you like is this the first game like retold or re mastered like what is I'm not if I'm not mistaking it is on his way.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ryan Collins was here with where to go. If you wanna do tonight that couple of sobriety checkpoints going up one in Hamilton, the other will be in Marymount, police typically choose locations based on areas where they've had problems in the past, and the Hamilton county went tonight is nicknamed the Bob Huggins memorial DUI checkpoint, the same it is just maybe a half mile from where Huggins got busted fifteen years ago this month for DUI and Fairfax. He was weaving on Wooster pike got arrested, tried to talk the officers into giving him a break, because of who he was in a video that now is quite famous, but couldn't get out of it. Ultimately that ended his career at UC Nancy's Infor being the new president and sending a tone that was June of two thousand four tonight, they'll be on Wooster pike just up the road in Mary month from eight to ten. And then there's a another one MLK boulevard of walnut street in the city of Hamilton tonight from ten to midnight should be a good time. Tell the police Hello. If you're sober coming up in our news at eight o'clock, we will have more on the questions about how the US should respond in the Persian Gulf to two more attacks on oil tankers president's going to meet with the secretary of state day. See what they can do about making sure that oil continues to flow out of the Gulf. We'll have the details and fifteen minutes on radio seven of wwl w never been through a sobriety checkpoint. I have not either. I mean, I, I assume they, you know, only stop every like tenth or twelfth car or something, and then it's a quick conversation. And most people give waved on their way. I thought they talked to everybody just to say, have you had anything to drink and get your how you doing? Well, let's go out tonight. We go for bagman you betcha. About the seven forty seven now and mercy health, medical minute, brought to you by mercy health and was speaking this week with Dr Robert road who's the orthopedic surgeon, specializing in conditions of your hand, wrist and elbow. And specifically carpal tunnel that's been the topic of the week and what you can do. Well, that's the question for the for the most part is what can you do to prevent it? That's the tough part. I'm not sure that we do have easy ways to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, other than avoidance of severe repeated exposure to things like heavy impact vibration, but also taking.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Frankly for her because she hasn't done anything for a moment. At least that's one anything big, right? Anything recent? Yeah. I'm pretty no seventy nine weeks at taking away the past. I'm saying the present suggests that she has entered a stage of her life that I'm sure has to be awkward for many creative types. Yeah. Or like, oh, you want to what I did. What wing I get it. I got something you might be interested in buying you guys. And it is the National Enquirer. Okay. Got a few extra dollars lying allegedly the National Enquirer it's going to be up for sale in a statement released yesterday. The CEO of American media, David pecker said the company decided that and the National Enquirer is going to be going by because they say that they don't agree with at sensational restyle of reporting. That's kind. So if you want to buy sensational. It's sensational is static. Why? But I think we should buy it. I think so too. We crowd source. It can do. Let's go. We what do we do? We do. What is the patriot? And get some people to to give us some money to help us by because we can buy it and make it back to the weekly world news. Oh, yeah. Boy and. Puts gonna do what you gonna do when the fly phone. Mike, the situation Soren Tino is serving time with a couple of other semi famous celebrity inmates. One of those would be Billy McFarland the mind behind the fire festival so Vinnie and DJ Pauly D were doing an interview. And they said that apparently the two of them hang out together in jail. Okay. Well, it's a captive audience literally. Yeah. Like, their captive. Yeah. DJ? Pauly D also said that the situation likes to play scrabble with Ryan Collins who was serving eighteen months in prison for hacking into celebrity Email accounts in of -taining nude photos of celebrities. Fun. Sounds like a fun bunch. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. All right. Great..

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"ryan collins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The backfield is well, I stay away from that Bill Maher and go for a Collins day other safety you make that defensive back more more of a threat with this team. And I think that's where are they look at the D line. I really think our defensive backs is what really makes this sick. There's a lot of short yardage gains by other teams versus now. I really think with this drastic. There's a ton of running backs with the the position that they want it to play for them. So I just stay away from bell. Go ahead for Collins or. Collinses scientists so called David Collins is signing with Washington Redskins. Nice talking Ryan Collins board, nor that just in the last half hour. Well, nor were the bears in the market to sign a long term big deal like that free agent at the running back or at the safety position. My preference would be to draft the guy and try to find your version of Alvin Kamara or Kareem hunt. That would be my preference. Right. But I would listen I mean, and I would explore to see what's out there. I've just not going to be if the deal is gonna take what they paid. Todd Gurley that I'm not in the market for that. Yeah. Let's recap all the moves here. Coming up next, Trey flowers again going to Detroit. Landon Collins as waddled just mentioned going to Washington, we'll go through all the agreements of note that have happened so far and what's out there would you be in favor of levian bowel at that high cost after sitting out a year that the bears would target here in free agency three.

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"ryan collins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ryan collins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"We'll guess what? Congratulations. You got it. He's returning to Capitol Hill today to conclude his testimony to congress will be a closed door session. So we're not likely to hear what the questions are going to be or what his answers are. But he's doing so coming in to Capitol Hill today as the apparent leader in the clubhouse when it comes to credibility. A new Quinnipiac poll indicating that after last week's testimony American voters trust Michael Cohen, more than President Trump and in the past forty eight hours. Michael Collins, lawyers have released more checks from President Trump issued for Cohen for the purpose of reimbursing Cohen for alleged hush money payments to stormy Daniels. In fact, one of those checks issued on October eighteenth 2017 well after President Trump took office shows, President Trump took the time to sign a thirty five thousand dollar check to his lawyer one of eleven occasions that Trump or his trust cut, those checks six of which were provided to the New York Times this week and are expected to be released to the media as a whole. Now when asked yesterday in regards to what they thought of the situation, the White House referred questions to Mr. Trump's private lawyers. Jay, secular, one of the lawyers had no comment and a lawyer for the Trump organization declined to discuss the matter, and that was on the heels of the Wall Street Journal reporting yesterday that Michael Collins lawyers spoke to President Trump about a pardon at one point in time. And it's a little unclear right now to who addressed the situation. I coned lawyers are saying that the pardon was dangled to him and Trump's lawyers are saying Stephen Ryan Collins, former lawyer raise the issue of the pardon. But in either case the fact that this has been reiterated by Rudy Giuliani as a conversation that happened maiming some more trouble for President Trump as in. If you lied to congress, I will give you a pardon or whatever that would work out to and equate to in regards to President Trump size. And again, that's got to be something that's provable on some level. But at least it's raising some flags here today. This feel so much kinda like the Hillary investigation were now that you have a Democratic Congress. They're opening up all kinds of cans of worms and to try and impede so to speak the president presence in because I can't find anything that makes me say, well, this is all about the Muller investigation into Russian collusion, which is how this all started. But it is like the Bill Clinton investigation. Whitewater turns into blue dress. Yeah. There's a certain element of that. That happens. You know, everybody says you follow the the lead you follow the money. You follow where all of this stuff goes in with Muller investigation. Remember, they turned over information that they found in regards to Michael Cohen to the southern district of New York. And then that's when the FBI rage and everything sort of happened from there, and that's how this whole process began in regards to the unraveling if you will of Michael Cohen, so yes, this it all sort of does stem from that same concept of falling leaves when you're looking at things like, for instance, the New York state regulators issuing extensive subpoenas against the Trump organizations insurance brokers because Michael Cohen indicated that the Trump organization inflated value of its assets to insurance companies, they don't necessarily the group that's doing that investigation. The New York state regulators don't conduct that kind of education, but they do refer something that they find it illegality to prosecutors. So again hits that if you find something sketchy u handed off to somebody that can enforce from there. All right. We'll see what happens. Thank you, Michael Michael Bauer. Joining us here on Kentucky was like we were talking about Al. Six customer does.

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