17 Burst results for "Ryan Mcdonald"

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:55 min | 6 months ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I know what I'm talking about when I come on the show the next morning, So that's why I'm up in on the Islanders. That's the only reason because it's a professional duty of mind to be able to sit there and watch and watch them beat down the Flyers, which you know, I will say gave me Ah ah lot of A lot of happiness because I can't stand the fliers as you know that and you know, watching. You know a former ranger Kevin Hayes on a breakaway. And then, of course, the park comes office stick, and he can't score and watching Ryan McDonald the other night, give a puck up in his own zone and end up in the back of his own net. No, I've seen a lot of these things before in different ways. But I have to say that Simeon Varlamov office is unbelievable. He's hasn't given up a goal in 50 straight shots, 136 minutes and 20 seconds. I believe so Hee's side but I think 39 seconds behind. Billy Smith's record for the Islanders in terms of not giving a pickle in terms of time. So in the second period last night, he was great. In the first period. You saw what the Islanders do. Two opposing teams Stay four checked the hell out of him. They forced turnovers. They get a ton of shots. They offense, I think is definitely so much better than it was last year simply because you have a number of young guys that have finally figured it out. And they still play the defense of brand of hockey that Lulu Amarillo and Barry Trotz like the play, But when you have a hot goalie, we always say it always Khun Steel, serious goalie, skin Steel games. I think last night in a second period, especially Seven. Varlamov was unbelievable. He was great. He really was any outplayed Carter Heart who's one of the bright young goalies in the pretty darn good himself. Us. He waas. So it was. You know, the interesting thing is watching. You know this game. Just it was Islander hockey at its finest one. When they're playing the way that they're playing, the secretary wasn't their greatest period. Their first in their third period was exactly who they've been pretty much you know, all year. You know, they had a little bit of a losing streak going into the break, but now they're all healthy and they have some pretty good guys. They're sitting out. Games right now and being replaced, you know, by guys like Annie Green, who had his first goal in the playoffs last year, and that was a great pickup by Lulu Amarillo in the off season, But Johnny Boy, Chuck Is sitting out and he can't get back on the ice, and that just tells you about the depth that they have in the health that they have and the way that they played last night, So they played great. And Matt did have a couple really good chances and usually has a couple chances of game you know, and he Casey and cow and of course, they're double shifting Padua times to get two centers on the ice with Casey and sometimes that eats into Matt's ice time. But I don't hear any complaint and long as they keep one in May, when it was going to follow the coach. They're gonna follow through like a bring a fire If they have to. No doubt Pageau scores a goal last night as well. And it's cool. You know your your granddaughters. Dad is on the ice, So we expect you to be all up in on that and you should be. It's fun. And you know what they want to be a cop leveraging the Griner part right? I won't do that again. But the point is, we understand why you'd be watching these games. You love hockey and your son in law's on the ice. Rangers are out. So you know what? Where you going first overall in the draft coming up, I understand, But I think so. You know that, okay? And and our time is coming. I think it's fine for you to root for this team away. Whoa! And rightly so. I'm not sure what that what with the road, the worst son in law stop Stop saying route. Don't say that. That's not true. I'm just I am trying to be professionally objective and try are, you know just tryingto Teo. Look at this. As you know, as a hockey fan. That's how I look at this. You look at it any way you want your son in law's on the ice. The wind s O there now, so they handle the capital's They take the first game from the flyer so all good. And seriously, you want calls it on that. Let's do it because the others look like a really good hockey team right now, and it's coming together for them at the right time, but still a long way to go there. There is some other really other good hockey teams out for sure. The Bruins being one a long way to go, the Vegas cold, the nights being one of them. And then, of course, the Dallas stars who are just absolutely taken apart. The Colorado Avalanche. They wanna get ran through. Ah, the the Arizona Coyotes like a like a high school team. Right. So there you got the hockey and again we'll take your calls more than happy to do that today. Also, the baseball sorted itself out yesterday, and you know if you're a fan, I said this before, or maybe right after six o'clock. This is going to be a month where you're gonna have more baseball than you know what to do it now. I like Al's idea. Let's go for five games in one day really knocked him out. That's Al's idea. That was Al's idea or something because it looks bad. The weather wise does not look great today in the area and now I don't know that I saw that, but we'll see. He told me it's going to rain between two and eight PM Which could make this met double header into a single game. Who knows?.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"Oh client hasn't paid I need to go and collect on or you know just the minutia the bookkeeping or the minutiae of day to day things that are now entrepreneur faces. It's made me very sympathetic to a lot of small business owners especially in the service space yummy yeah you mean you're you're. You're wearing hats now because it's still a small business. You're doing the work for your clients. One of the things that that people always ask me because I do strategic planning marketing planning for my clients and a they all look at me and they're like dude. How is how easy. Is it for you to do this for yourself right. I can go to somebody else's business and I can tell them you need to do this. Change this tweak that and literally piles of money can fall out if done properly one of my recent clients. They hadn't added any revenue in two and a half years. We were together we did. I mean they were they were doing well. They did two and a half million dollars in revenue but it was two and a half million the next year and the next year and then and we went through a process we cleaned up a few things we made some adjustments to their business into their plan and their marketing and how they were running things and and they added four hundred thousand dollars in revenue in four and a half months because they were so used to doing what you're doing but when you do it for yourself like when I do it on my own business this is. I actually hire another version of me to do my stuff when you're doing digital marketing right. It should be super easy but I'm sure you run into the same thing that it's always easier to to do it for someone else than it is for yourself yeah. You're a hundred percent right there. It's a it's a strange thing because I feel like we're too close. Oh store selves to be objective in our perception of what's right and what's wrong or to to married to the idea ourselves that third party getting a third party as you say hiring. Another person like you for your business is a great idea so I do. I I do you my own digital advertising online advertising for my business but at the same point its way to the actor like like far behind. I'm thinking about client projects in the first top ten on my list and then it's like my business stuff and then it's okay. I need to get back to figuring out what's good. What's a good test for Mayak yeah so it's always like client stuff first business stuff after that and then like advertising gambling's I'll get to it. It's so true so true Yup Yup but yeah. It's an IT's. I feel like it's choice. Sponsor worked on someone else's brand or more fun on your will. If there's something I'm good with that yeah okay as long as we don't have to be grammatically aggressive now grant grammar is only important if you're writing but so let let's pivot a little a bid to the actual online advertising and telling people hire third parties. Yes that was a bit of a shameless plug to look up Ryan and hire him to did your advertising because I know a lot of you are doing it yourselves and you're spending money you could pay him probably less than you're spending the day and actually get greater results but when when you talk hop to prospects a lot of them probably are doing something themselves as having no success and and you can look at their business business in a different way with a different. Lens and put a campaign together that begins to to really move the dial you know where do you start like when you look at a business snus and you say yes you need digital marketing and specifically online advertising and here's why where do you start when when you're looking at somebody's business yeah and I would say so. It's Kinda pre face. Their address video pre face there that question you know. I think in my life I've managed. It's got to be close to one hundred million dollars online advertising on through such a wide hydride you channels and for such a wide variety of business that it is rare that I come across something that is unique and so that sort of experience gives gives me the perspective needed when addressing a new client or business when because I start off every customer you know they come up to me and you know we'll book a free consultation and so I'll spend an hour with them or be going over there analytics. I'll be talking to them of their businesses fraley making notes and I'll give them a bit of perspective on where I think a good starting point is and that starting according to entirely based on that hundred million dollars of adspend that I've gone through in my lifetime manager managing it for rather business and so it's such an insanely expensive learning curve doing this stuff on your own that while one can do it. I don't recommend and and a lot of time someone will you know they might say something like Oh. I'm going to start on Google or alumnus. I'M GONNA start on facebook. I mean I'm glad that you're thinking about a platform but that is in no way a real strategy. that's. Inouye building a sustainable Komo customer acquisition channel so these things I find that most people don't think about them on a deep enough level or have the right perspective to manage their own with any degree of confidence. I've come across businesses that have managed them themselves like I- i- autism account the other day doc a stock new guy friend of friend under his account. He's managing himself and it was doing pretty well. I mean there's room for improvement but he was doing entreaty well himself. I could probably shaved his customer acquisition off thirty percent but for an amateur to discussing on the game so it's possible to do okay but you're always better off hiring an expert so shameless plug their. I guess we're good with shameless plug somebody. I I think everyone gets it. You know we we all. We all want business. We all want to grow and you know if we can get a little business while hopefully giving a.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"It's it's hard for someone who didn't go through that lifestyle to understand yeah. I bet but I think that set you up well right because the life of an entrepreneur the life of a business owner is a lot of times feast or famine. I mean you could be on a phone call with a prospects and think it's going well and they say no and for some of us it can crush spirits for days for you know somebody says yes and you're super for sites and you're like wow. I gotTA sale now. Let me go out and grab dinner and drinks with my buddies or my wife or whatever it is so you will learn that up and down and when you started your business did that like were you sort of again numb to the ups and downs of the prospects prospects sale close losing deal relationship because of the background that you had as a poker player and you're spot on with your analogy because it's it's very similar in that like let's say you lose a client a big client and it's like you feel bad you think about it for a couple of days or let's say so you land a big client and you're like yes going out for dinner. you know wine and dine your wife or whatever it's a very similar thing see the the ups and downs poker. I and I would say that it has helps my mental state of it. It's something that I've you you. KINDA got numb to but it was a little bit different of a feeling win doing it from a business perspective than and ochre. It's a little bit you know. There's as a sales process. There's there's a buying cycle associated with the poker. It was you know instantaneous. You Know Oh shoot I just was was an eighty twenty three thousand dollars pot and I lost and it's like how but but yeah so it's similar very mary similar on it. It didn't help a little bit. That's cool. I love that you took it that direction with sort of the sales cycle that businesses go through. I mean I've had prospects one. I'm currently working with this. Is someone known for twenty five years. We reconnected a year ago. We've been talking about doing business together together and it's been really a year long journey for him to get comfortable with what it is that I do and how I can help him. because it's it's a big difference when you started with talking to prospects and there was no instant gratification. You didn't have a yes necessarily at the end order a yes or no. I guess like a winner loss. How did you deal with that in. How did you change your psyche to go to a longer term sale. Michael Yeah Yeah it for a little bit there when I started shade digital I thought well I just made it like websites or e commerce style style people can sign up on very naive naive thought in that you know if I price it appropriately explained the value on the page book and sign up it doesn't work like that and be to be sales or at least somewhat higher two of those naive thought but yeah it was an adjustment for sure and by the way I have to say it's becoming an entrepreneur for is extremely people underrate how difficult it is by a large amount I've I you know before I started Shea Digital. I I worked in housing on the house at a Billion Dollar Company. I worked in house agency. I worked in house for a very large comes. I always thought I could could run this company better than they could. You know very entrepreneurial thought of if I just had the rains I could totally crush this thing but once you go ahead and say okay. I'm going all in on my idea an jump off that that diving board you realize oh starting a business is harder than it was even with something that you know. I've been in this industry now.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"If you're a small business owner looking to grow or expand your business check out on deck business loans on-deck offers business loans online from five thousand dollars to five hundred thousand dollars and they're simple application. Process only takes ten minutes unlike banks. They'll give you a decision. Quickly and funding is as fast as one day. Get a free consultation with an on-deck loan adviser visit ondeck dot com slash podcast welcome to the entrepreneurs. Mba bringing you lessons from real life entrepreneurs. They don't teach in business school. Here's your host business coach and Marketing Strategist Adam kipness digital marketing. It's the biggest topic in small business world honestly when I talked to climb today I have one and we were in his office and that's all he wanted to talk about they like salivate over digital marketing and people try and do it and they fail over and over and part of it is because is digital marketing is it's a general term such a huge space that no one really knows what it means so they do advertising on facebook that do it on. Google or they pay an SEO person but they don't even know what they're showing in their websites terrible and so even if they drove people to it it doesn't convert and what I hear over and over from from all of your listeners as you want to know more about how to make money digitally how to advertise Your Business and today I brought in an expert in that space really the online advertising space. How do you get your message out and get people to come back to you so I'm really excited to have this conversation because it's.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"The employees were trying to take photos of people buying limited edition box of stuff to put on the stores Instagram page was the story say, no say don't fuck and take my. Away from me give me my game. And let's be done this experience. Maybe want to Email you guys esque what has been either the worst or weirdest experiences. You've had at these kinds of events of oil. Let me just get this out there in Claverie ration- with our friends over at the game spot every console launch for the last. I guess the last two generations. Maybe when was no for the maybe just for a PS four and Xbox One. So this is what fourteen tell me, Jack, they sent me out two thousand fourteen. Yeah, they sent me out to like a best buy in union square with like a live backpack here New York here, and I'm interviewing these people going out at midnight. And I was that guy. I wasn't working. In the live BAC pan. Martin Cam marker. Somebody was Mark. Goes, by the view view view. You don't know what it's called? Now. There's a couple of them anyway. And I'm just like why are you waiting out? It was just not the best and that guy, and I don't know working the line is tough. I mean, it wasn't like it wasn't humiliate or anything. We had a good time. When it was all said and done, but it's just like these things are inherently lame nothing. Really? You can do about it. Yeah. Yeah. Council launches can be corny. They're corny game launches are corny. I've into like remarkably few midnight events that game stores, which I thank my count, my blessings for even for work. But still like the one that I did do before I was actually working at gamespot. They so they were getting a very limited number of launch PS two to the point where they were. They had staff decide that they were going to go out and they were camp out and get some extra consoles for work as well as getting their own personal units. He as were. Impossible to so me Ryan, Jeff, Ryan McDonald? Maybe. We spread out across the county, and like various places like we started out of the WalMart and Regner park, and we were in line there, and the staff wasn't really trying to do anything. Hide the crowd because they seem to be having a hard time just keeping track of the crowd to the point where a couple of dudes at one point tried to cut the line and everybody revolted against them in a way, it was like borderline Lord of the flies. But with middle aged mom's like waiting to get their PS twos. Like, we'd formed our own little society in that line. I hate line cutters. Honestly. Hell, yeah. No. It was totally justified. But also, I pretty sure if the staff had not been there to just sort of extricate those dudes, there would have been blood and then later on these people in line just like they were just being shouted at. Hey, get the fuck outta here. Say they had a claim to their sponde- out. It was I'm I'm hyping this up a fairly short moment. It was literally like they kind kinda started tried to angle their way in there and then fuck off. But the staff was definitely. Not having a great time. Trying to keep track of all that stuff. The I've been to a bunch of launch events we covered a bunch of gamespot akin river. This was a PS three launch event or God of war men. Got a war or something something something launch of it. But they anyway, they had roped off the street fucking creatives and a chariot. How and we'll fucking hit the curb. Tips over that create us was amazing of do shit. His pants owes a horse and chariot and the whole thing. And boy that that was fun all the ones I went to our in Kansas like fifty of these things like camped out for like every console on two million games at midnight. But like there's never any like gimmicky stuff or certainly no chariots and Sony's when Sony had the store in the metro. That's right Francisco. Yes. Yes. It was pretty big. Gotcha. Metro unmet, something what do you think the Nintendo attendant have shit for the the we launch like just a bunch of people waiting line? Yeah..

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"He had like a CD that was just like call of duty. Supposed to play the CD with some intense music on it, and it was just sitting on the dash like you never put it in like, yeah, no, like no one's that into it at the end of the day. Just like this is. Like fun in a weird way, but also like doesn't need to happen. I went through Bethesda showcase in Vegas. They had a student dune buggy stuff for a couple of hours in the afternoon, right before rage came out. But like that's not a dead goat. I went to the e event in Vegas where they were showing kingdoms of lure reckoning and also whatever the need for speed game was at that point. And there was some event they did where they took everybody out to the track and let them sit passenger seat in some fancy car didn't go to that. I was like, now I'm here to see these games and whatever they wanna say this syndicate off for the first time to might have been might have been might have been different event. This one isn't a game related per se, but we tried to tie it into some sort of gaming event. There is a place in Minnesota that contact you game informer. They've run this like. Big field testing facility where you can drive a tank. Okay. Over cars and shit like over. Okay. This obstacle course and shit like that and it was my. It was my first day game former and they're like, hey, we need you to go to the shoot tomorrow. And it's like, okay, sounds grays. It going to be like this all the time. Yeah. So usually so my second day game former. Yeah, we got a camera together in a couple of guys. I said on top of tank, moving tank with his extremely expensive camera that I'd never used before it was that was pretty ridiculous in then like up over a car and shit, it was. It was fun. It was fun, but it sounds all right. We cut it to like some battlefield music. Yeah, it's like every shooting shit. You know, there was a time when like people were a lot more open with just like putting us into dangerous situations. Like when Sony put us into destruction derby for twisted metal, four. Drove everybody out on a bus to someplace where you could rent demolition derby cars, and they were trying to be like, oh, don't try to wreck the car so we can use them again, like, fuck that. Recognise these fun Gars. Now is pretty ridiculous. One I wasn't added, but it was for a boxing game and they had eight fucking boxing tournament and had like Ryan McDonald dislocated his shoulder, boxing, rape, holy shit. Wow. Like just like fucking what like, what are we doing like anyone getting the ring. And I think anyone who was at the event they were if you wanna do it where each other and tournament. Okay. Fucking what. The. And if I remember correctly, Ryan dislocated shoulder at that thing, and then because it was a work related injury, but an extreme case work related injury, health coverage. When he got he got fucked over. Wow, that's don't forget. But at the events. They had Paci. Oh, yeah. Street, how Japan right now. Yeah. My greatest in craziest press event saying was I went to a hotel like fifteen minutes away and played arms, find eight sliders. Fuck Yep. Wait until you check out the chicken on a stick. All your mind. Yeah, they just don't do a lot of that stuff anymore. No. Well, I think they are starting to again, but it's targeted. It's started at like YouTubers people that will film because, like I said, I got invited like Microsoft invited us to like someone actually going to get, say like, hey, do you wanna come down and film celebrities playing. So Ryan Giggs and it wasn't. No, it was not take wasn't Hague's I forget who was on the list, but then afterwards, they had photos just like we go because of the weather thing. We had it rain on them while they were playing it and shot mud in their face. It was really chocolate. I'd like what? All right. It reminded me of the ballers be roll on game tapes of Tom Arnold is games..

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Every night Sleep. Pask hundreds of questions So I'm making mistakes and learning from amount afraid to make make I embrace. Mistakes they make you are I never been afraid to Foucault and I'll say all these. Things but now getting tested what about the business? Aspect for her Kimberly Adams how did that change after she? Started to to manage yourself even she kinda refers to this learning, curve that she had well I think she's like many CEO's that see their businesses. Grow and develop and change you get pushed back and you change your business and how you. Run it as a result I think because she is such a notable, singer and performer and celebrity people don't always think of. Her as a business woman but if you, actually put, it in context you know she started Parkwood. Entertainment in two thousand eight when, she decided to manage herself she now. Produces movies her own video she has a. Talent management aspect of it she, has her, own, clothing, lines fragment fragrances endorsements Manages hundreds of staff and employees is clearly the Queen of the nondisclosure. Agreement and she runs her business all about that control that you said and that. She referenced in her. Own commentary that she wants to be in charge of her image of her business of. The money that she makes from her business and? She uses the authority that she has from her space in? This society and her popularity in her celebrity to manage your business, kind of however she wants in a rather odd way especially when you consider the. Relationship to the media and the fact that she doesn't do interviews anymore it's almost like President. Trump where he goes around the media often and speaks directly to people, beyond say speaks directly to her fans do whatever form. She chooses pause and just a moment but, Kenneth marine, Bimbo do we notice a shift in her. Artistic style in her musical style, after she parted ways with their dad. Oh absolutely I mean I think that you. Can look back to the album, four and see That should check -tory shift right you have Much more of a she has much more of a hands on perspective and approach to. One music answer the production into the access I'm a lot of people wanna just look at the surprise album that again without question at changed and transformed the music industry by you really see her taking four as, that particular album as her insurance, to say this is a, new beyond say this is a new sound and I'm moving towards owning my own sound. And my own craft as much as possible, we'll, continue. This conversation, momentarily with Kimberly Adams. Candice Marie Ben Bosa Ryan McDonald and free Tara Hadley Kiana emailed for me beyond say is the embodiment of the fierce. Version of myself that. Lives in my. Head I hear that Kiana. I'm Joshua Johnson glad to be with you the beehive is buzzing today on one a. from w. a. m., u.? And NPR.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"More on this free program, a free rowing camp for middle school students was held for the first time here at the east park. Canoe house, I'm Kelly Dr Larry Dougherty. Is with temple university and we have about twenty five to. Thirty young children are learning the sport of rowing eleven year old Ryan McDonald the program is. Really fun you, get to learn a bunch of new things about ruin the. Council is a very nice and it's just really been fun all around twelve year? Old Sam spear says there's a common theme in what he's learned this past week what? Do you like best about rowing or working as a team to go, fast what has rowing taught you about life after work as a team to get anything done what's been the most challenging part about the. Sport working as a, team which is also immersed important car, on boathouse, row Hadas Kuznits KYW NewsRadio looking to catch some Z's, before you board the plane or decompress Officials at international airport are excited to announce the opening of a new quiet room wwltv's Mike Dougherty. Fills us, in it's a small space. Only about three hundred fifteen square feet split into two areas. Designed for relaxation and reflection way frosted glass separating the two sections but we've their wooden benches. Where folks can, sit and think and there's also a place where we put. A foot bath and for those who need to wash their feet before they Philadelphia? Aviation CEO Shelly Cameron says the idea came from passengers if it looks like there's demand? For it in other locations in the airport we'll see if we can, find the space and try and replicate the concept the quiet room is located in the secure area near terminals Dini Mike Dougherty KYW NewsRadio News..

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"There was one year i was back stage at sony during their press conference and it was like backstage backstage it wasn't like down in the cellar he's other spots it was like the right behind the stage just had drops are and and all of a sudden stuff and you could see both wings you could see where people were coming in and i wasn't actually doing any real work there i just decided to go to the press conference early and sneak in with ryan mcdonald and just like i'm gonna stand back with you works but i just wanna see this this weird and no one threw me out so i was able to sit back their phone right yeah read the tell like sit there and look at the teleprompter and you can do that always turn around at a press conference and no announcements like fifteen seconds early which now that everyone's on phones and like you can spoil you can get out there you can make things happen i think like like you were saying before i it is real people going out there that are not actors right that are you know you see them but when you see the backstage you see them kind of getting pratt and they're just like nervous you know and sometimes you see that manifest onstage when you can see people getting nervous yeah but to see them backstage with their friends and stuff getting ready to go out it can be very lonely of handler back there you don't know where to go but then you see them come out on stage sometimes just kill it and it's really mazing they come back out behind the wings and just like oh shit oh my god there's so many people out there nobody said there's you know you see this i couldn't see anything it's just like you know like yeah this rehearsal totally or like the teleprompter died like halfway through what the fuck to say it's that's fun to batteries controller died the whole demo sideways yeah that's up yeah one of the moments i remember it was like.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Of them every one of them was going to be asked about roseanne's comments every single time they appeared what was biolo davis going to say was abc going to put viola davis through that what was john to rhymes going to say she's still delivers programmings to abc was abc going to put chanda rhymes through that today so ryan mcdonald wrote abc spent months building anticipation for roseanne's return and it worked the show's reboot debuted to an audience of twenty seven point three million viewers absolutely gobsmack numbers in our age of streaming dvr and video on demand the network quickly green lit the now cancelled second season but it's all too predictable ugly collapse should leave the executives of america's network seriously asking themselves was it worth it so ryan mcdonald and npr's television critic eric diggins join us next valerie jarrett new before the rest of us did that roseanne was going to be fired for what roseanne tweeted today about valerie jarrett bob i who's a ceo of disney called me before the announcement he apologized he said that he had zero tolerance for that sort of racist bigoted comment and he wanted me to know before he made it public that he was counseling his show and so i appreciate abc is of course division of disney joining our discussion now so royal not mcdonald a culture critic for the undefeated at espn and eric diggins and media analyst for nbc news and msnbc he's also npr's tv critic and seraya you have spent some time writing and thinking about this today and tweeting about it what let me ask you what did you think was going to happen let's go all the way back to eleven am and and and it seems like weeks ago and it did did you see this coming that would just pull the plug on this hit the bad you know i'm not entirely sure because usually what happens in these situations is that you see around very serious apologies and that was the first thing we saw from rozan quite quickly with basically apologizing for making a bad joke is the way she put it.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our top story this hour it will likely be too even three more days before everyone's power is back on after the massive nor'easter people living on the massachusetts coast are in for the longhaul the governor and lieutenant governor are getting a first hand look at storm damage and a few towns and are meeting with local officials to talk about recovery wbz's karyn regal spoke with governor baker in hard hit gloucester a governor looked at damage along gloucester storied waterfront and peered over the see wellness state park you go to soaking from the atlantic for that and he said things need to change when we think about resiliency and infrastructure were normally not talking this is thoroughly all the time of this sort of work i fully expect that we're going to have to do a lot more this i think are building codes uh which were talking to locals about are going to have to change uh is low worked it's going to have a lot of change is going to take place he says authorities looking at how to handle these kinds of storms in the commonwealth in gloucester karyn regal wbz news radio 1030 though many homes and businesses remain in the dark the number is steadily going down meema now says the route one hundred sixty thousand outages that's a drop of about ten thousand adjust the past hour mike durand with ever source says the majority of customers in greater boston and metro west should have their power back tonight but for the south coast and case it will be more like tomorrow were tuesday in he tells wbz why it's taken so long period veered david with door could take literally with friday evening's wins ruled in and they were upwards of ninety mile an hour gusts saw at that point that the system really sustained heavy damage so we spent a good deal of the night friday into saturday clearing roads making things safe uh and then from there yesterday beginning fullforce into the uh the restoration effort there is reported stormrelated death massachusetts 36yearold ryan mcdonald of plumpton died when a tree fell on his pickup truck at least nine deaths are blamed on the storm up.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"South coast in cape it'll be more like tomorrow were tuesday tells wbz newsradio 1030 that's why it's why it's taken so long when you bury david with the door particularly when friday evening wins rolled in and they were upward took ninety miles an hour ago saw at that point the system really has stain heavy damage so we spent a good deal of the night friday into saturday clearing roads making things safe all and then from there yesterday beginning fullforce into the uh the restoration effort there is one reported stormrelated death you're in massachusetts 36yearold ryan mcdonald of plumpton was crushed when a tree fell on his truck he was the only one in the vehicle and at least nine deaths were blamed on the storm up and down the east coast most of them caused by falling trees or branches in the aftermath of the fierce nor'easter wbz's garo hug gopi spoke reports the red cross's deploying resources to help in the recovery loyd's zeal a spokesman for the red cross as emergency response vehicles will be in various cities and towns in massachusetts today helping the hard hits the storm wearing we've already ya uh got some trucks on the road and merck getting some supplies together so that we can go through neighborhoods and deliver uh food water people that are cleaning up and then clean up kits like mops and buckets and grooms and things like that to make things a little easier for the communities were the response vehicles will be seen today include quincy home situated weymouth lynn revere and sam which among others goroka guilty in wbz news radio 1030 wbz news time eleven o3 the subaru retailers.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WEEI

"Grisly has been good tori cruise been great and charras is chart you know but but i think that there's a little bit of concern in the back of their minds that they may need another guy there and complain off time when the teens become more physical when the when the action sort of heats up if you will i dunno if you necessarily want to five foot nine defenseman in there and i think grisly can crew of an amazing but i do think there is that philosophy in the back of their mind and when you think about that the one player that really sort of pops out to me is is ryan mcdonald new york range the rangers were obviously selling mcdonough's the captain iis the left is left side fence he has he has term left on his current contract so so he can heal he'd be here for more than just rental the same time he's a very wanted man at this yeah what what are you gonna part with exactly that thing you would have to part with one of highland hainan and order brusque not exactly and the neutron john what i wanted to happen and he's talking about a firstround pick which has whatever they if the bruins win it's a late 20s firstround pick anyways they have enough prospects the sort of deal with that but then i think you're talking about one of your high end defensive prospects not mcevoy obviously but you're talking about the borrell or jimmy on uh they have some they have some other guys as well not not in the the pro hockey rang set where it's ryan's and otto or at trent frederick you're talking about significant pieces no matter how you slice it and also you're talking about a bidding war i know the maple leafs have looked at mcdonough and other lightning have looked at mcdonough as well i mean this is a bidding war linked atlantic division that's entrapped drought the price and it's road the rangers you know jeff used to work for the bruins i dunno if he does what he wants to help out his old team that kicked the kerber peter surely back in two thousand six i don't know if that's the.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Held off the shark 65 ryan mcdonald with lamp twice first two of the season for him as the blue shirt snapped a fivegame road losing streak islanders with the nuts much needed victory as well they held up the golden knights two one thanks to 38 see from gals level lock who was standing in the last ten twelve minutes there like i said so we came out and kind of boredom to death a little bit and played a good smart style and let me start your low fancy n and now we light relied on him to make some huge save so he's a he's a confident goalie right now it's too bad they uh they got one late doug weight i'm as she pluses vegas separatist a third loss on home ice this season jordan aberly ross johnson what the gaullist predators blanked the devil's three sip pekka rate arena stop twenty seven shots for the shut out that the devil for the fourth straight loss canton last twelve games brewer seem to be going all lynn is they acquire christian gallup from the marlins for prospects and they reportedly signed the renzo cain eighty million over five years mets they reportedly bringing back jose reyes for one year and two million xfl to be born again metric man bringing back the league despite the original venture lasting just one season this version would begin play in january twenty twenty golf one round complete farmers insurance open tiger woods seven off the pace he finished up at even par tony pena i was your leader at seven under australian open semifinalist roger federer currently up a set on cheung an ecology of yukon took out this have you sixty 350 chubut off the court their head coach and yet they're university kevin ali and the university reportedly being investigated by the nc aa for recruiting violations scores mom at bouncy and a sixty seven fifty six saint francis brooklyn finished off at the youth seventy six seventy could it be accurate marisa 85 seventy seven northeastern posture eighty 167 with reports every twenty minutes marco politi wfan's 2020 sports friday show in the afternoon drive with karlyn maggie of bart shurmur introduced.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Fixedprice on most everything we do on estate planning it's a fixed price why do you do but that way by the way because that could sticky with some time it it does in an occasion it does especially if we end up with very complicated plan it's because i want the client to feel comfortable when they come into my office that they're not being billed on an hourly basis or being sped through that's right there the reason i've seen is when clients think they're on the time they don't give me all the information i need all that information to be able to do the plan correctly i think kevin wants to go on the air let's do this team sewer of nampa cereal hotline three three six thirty seven hundred or pound six seventy on horizon wireless phone this is items many show let's go to kevin calling at an epa hike heaven excellent thanks for the call chefs kick question um if sad lawsuits those to settlements uh my would somebody be required to fake tax i'm not so that it depends as with any other attorney question it kind of depends what kind of a lawsuit is it yeah civil rights lawsuit are you replacing income or you do have suffered a loss uh forever to watch but no replacement of income the notes that is not taxable wait whenever you air receivable of what were you you get damaged and you go to lawsuit and whatever that settlement is or if it goes to a trial and you get some corner some kind of recourse or or judgement out of that it's not taxable to you because it's replacing is putting you back into the position you were out before it happened however if you suing for lost wages in the settlement included those wages than you'd be taxed on those wages g be receiving them as incomes that makes sense yeah okay so that'll help outside a bit okay well i appreciate that thank you thank you will certainly appreciate the call how's that quickfire kind of leonard ryan mcdonald's on more of those plus if you like to call the program the teens uber of neapolis studio hotline three three six thirty seven hundred pound six seventy under verizon wireless.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Comes in to help puk comes to vodka and goes crossice for the past afflicted away by grabner and dumped in by more for them fools sammy body was out there are awful lot in that first spirit eight minutes and thirty six seconds of ice time for baht now here's a take away by the devil teacher the line we it somehow it asked block the side fivemonth is sending it off the glass now he shirt booted wait for health and door victory very merry easter breit bill one question everybody thought he can hit the late great city current and ripped that here's a loose puck receiver sin tried to play a download the set contries to stipulate that would think paul various turned back by lung whisky deep very behind the net find paul out of the corner post crossice the flex in the air sea rison will settle inside the booth crying tall with a left wing return rascals off escape see rescinded a quarter that kids near side bracing it is models officejet kirk has it spins away from sokha and dumps it out the center i supplying past that's handled by will butcher devil should change rangers in the midst of it gene the truce has taken away by sick jerk now it's greedy sheets is influence over soccer takes it away and here's miles would shovels it on the back camper true stabber moves in on the backhand crossice pass walked away by lundquist the paddled down along the ice yeah you've got to recognize that in a saucer at here's three going crossice looking for socket socraithe care step starting with us out say quickly about pushed by word but apparently coming up they are good good shift by would stafford bed babel zaka they were all over the parka they just score therefore it is playing soared or only number twenty two juventus were sloshing you know i noticed that the first group shatin kirk is a little bit out of position a not taken on it just happens but he looked behind the play here again he gets cards the devils malmoe score but they want a powerplay which is very good and you've got a fresh group therapy sheriff paul mary and all devils on the pse g powerplay faceoff one by the rangers though in ryan mcdonald's thrill thank it off the glass and down so it's put your and hall all mary seajacked and boyle for the devil second power play of.

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"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ryan mcdonald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Friday saw good morning four forty are marco politi raptors continue to own the knicks beat them for the eighth straight time 10 seven eighty four in toronto next never got anything going they finished up just thirty three percent from the floor kristaps porzingis tim artery junior tied for team i honors for just thirteen points are is now also dealing with some foot pain throughout the course of the game it just started started in a new kind of worse for me so i just pushing through it you know push it through a code turned to a right can help team and it just started tilling your throughout the rest the second half of the game when you get a little bit worse gnat from msg hardaway's hope it it won't be an issue for the next game against the clippers on monday nets returned the favour on the jazz is they rip utah won eighteen 1 of 7 at police after they fell in utah last weekend can eac it's in pleased with ways club responded this teams of the physical team typical utah team they they screen you nurse there are strong so third overall we were were already for the physical challenge matt from yes spencer dinwiddie with a heavy lifting 25 points a new career high he hit on six of ten for behind the art alan crab with eighteen points demar carol had 17 however they did lose the actual russell indefinitely after he underwent arthroscopic knee surgery ranger shutdown of columbus to nothing as the blue shirts couldn't get anything past sergei bobrovsky in thirty six shots i think early on we would have lights if capitalize on a few moments him give us some confidence in the engine go is playing well like that we we're trying to emphasize keno making it hard on putting putting bodies in front of them that's ryan mcdonald msg henrik lundquist forty saves in the loss arun boone the later the interview for the yankees managerial position he joins a list with robby thompson edge and hence once giants players are the chief sunday justin pubic j goods in they're both out calvin shepherd is doubtful demon harrison devan can art both questionable i mean college you've colorado slip.

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