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Fresh update on "schaefer" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Before taking off on foot that sparked an all night, Sir, We've never had an officer So this speed some uncharted territory for us. The suspect was found about 3 30 this morning on top of a nearby roof. The second officer has been released from the hospital and the pedestrian hit last night is said to be in satisfactory condition. Ryan Calvert Camo News this year in Washington to other law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty. State Trooper Justine Schaeffer was hit by a pickup along I five and she Hey, listen. March, Schaefer was putting out Spike strips. Police say the driver hit him on purpose. And correctional Officer Beers furred Moors who worked at the Monroe Correctional Complex died of covert 19 nationwide. At least 30 law enforcement officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty this year. That is more than all of 2019. A 15 year old boys in the hospital after getting shot last night. Inside, I written Target store. It happened at the landing around eight o'clock, This woman saw a group of people arguing before the gunfire erupted. I was for the fruits office. And then I just saw a guy in red with.
Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31
"Popular twist. Dreamer Byron wreck full. Bernstein dies thirty one. This is only Schaefer at writing. Byron Wreck Full Bernstein a popular video game stream around which has died according to social media post from his ex-girlfriend's and brother. Was Thirty one, according to blue magical, his ex girlfriend, and one of the people who who initially confirmed his death on social. Media Bernstein died by suicide. Bursting went by the name wreck full on twitch where he was, he was best known for his work restaurant world of warcraft streams, and had over nine hundred and thirty six thousand followers most recently, Bernstein had been working as a developer on his own video game ever which was set released later this year. Greg, this is a story that I saw very going up on twitter. And this one of the ones where I I wasn't really familiar with WHO wreck was, either you know read through the story and was very saddened to see that he was huge switched remarried and. died by suicide in a way that I think is the reminder like. In? The same way that any company can be I guess corrupted. By you know whatever might be going on there, in the same way, anybody can go community going through problems. Anybody can be going through depression. Anybody can be struggling and so two that like you have good oppose that you put up on the forms. Rego saying that you're not allowed to kill yourself, and if you want to expand on on that at all, but yeah I mean.
Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31
"Popular twist. Dreamer Byron wreck full. Bernstein dies thirty one. This is only Schaefer at writing. Byron Wreck Full Bernstein a popular video game stream around which has died according to social media post from his ex-girlfriend's and brother. Was Thirty one, according to blue magical, his ex girlfriend, and one of the people who who initially confirmed his death on social. Media Bernstein died by suicide. Bursting went by the name wreck full on twitch where he was, he was best known for his work restaurant world of warcraft streams, and had over nine hundred and thirty six thousand followers most recently, Bernstein had been working as a developer on his own video game ever which was set released later this year. Greg, this is a story that I saw very going up on twitter. And this one of the ones where I I wasn't really familiar with WHO wreck was, either you know read through the story and was very saddened to see that he was huge switched remarried and. died by suicide in a way that I think is the reminder like. In? The same way that any company can be I guess corrupted. By you know whatever might be going on there, in the same way, anybody can go community going through problems. Anybody can be going through depression. Anybody can be struggling
"schaefer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Old barber Schaefer was driving an SUV northbound on highway forty seven Saturday the twenty four year old man driving southbound lost control of his vehicle and hit Schaefer she was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead partly cloudy warm and humid are forecast overnight with a low seventy one mostly cloudy on Monday couple showers and storms with a high around eighty eight I'm Alex Bregman KMOX news this is our American stories we tell stories of all sorts here on the show and this next one is a story about a bridge in Durham North Carolina is captured the world's attention on YouTube today Jesse brings us the story of the eleven foot eight inch high bridge the eleven foot eight bridges a railroad trestle in Durham North Carolina that people keep running into with their big trucks buses and RV's sometimes entire roofs of moving vans are removed he'll then rolling back a ten KM big rigs are stuck on the fact despite many large warning signs flashing lights warning drivers who dare to pass under its own weight clearance people just keep running one day you're gonna hands started recording the bridge right outside my office I started working in that building in two thousand two and up every time a truck hits the bridge we kind of noticed because our users over the years and now every every few.
Tips for Pivoting Because of COVID-19
"I I want talk about so we'll talk about the things that I'm doing a kind of sprinkled in throughout the episode but a few of my friends six of my friends Were able to record messages and I think that they cover a pretty decent range of Changes that they've made and I want to start with some of the Maybe some of the more obvious or maybe just the things that people probably think to do the things that they think they should do And that's changing their service in some way not completely of course but pivoting to take their service and and help the people who are most affected so I up Is My friend Shannon Schaefer Schaefer Shannon Schaefer. You might remember her from earlier this year and her talking about her processes and how to Not necessarily automate the whole process but put a good process in place to help. Grow Your Business. Well let's hear from Shannon about what she's doing During the pandemic to help pivot her business. Hey Jal so yeah. We had to make some quick changes to our company. We were heavily into both membership sites in also into brochure sites from local businesses than what we found is we were able to take our experience with membership. Sites will commerce that side of the house quickly translated into e commerce sites for restaurants locally here who needed to get their menus online and for some of our other clients who previously weren't selling physical products online. We were able to help them. So while we didn't have a ton of experience in the true ecommerce space We've been using woo. Commerce for memberships and other memberships funding. We just took that experience and very quickly became a ECOMMERCE shop And we are pushing out. Several new will commerce sites here in the next couple of weeks so law. Our core offering is still available We have let our customers know that they need to get their businesses online Specifically in the restaurant space Some of our retail customers who only had a brick and mortar space. So we've kind of partnered with them to help them get their products out there and still be able to do business. The other thing that we've done is help with covert messaging We do email marketing and that was important that we were like. Hey now's not the time to stop so we've actually ramped up the amount of email marketing that we're doing for our clients for source sites are kind of on hold. You know. People don't need. They need something interactive something where they can actually make sales online. So sometimes just stop and think about how your business can evolve so for me. I think that what I've learned in this pandemic quickly is that Sometimes we have something that we do really well that can translate to another line of business and instead of sitting on it We were pushed to to make it happen so Hopefully we will be doing e commerce sites at scale in the near future all right. I WanNa thank Shannon for For calling in a special shout to her because she did basically isn't it? I asked Which was amazing because you never know people are busy and and I wanted to get this out as soon as possible. So thank you Shannon. You can find out more about Shannon and everybody in this episode over at the show notes for this episode at how I built dot it slash one six nine but the important thing to remember about what Shannon said here is that she was doing brochure sites and membership sites and she was able to take and use that experience to help people build ecommerce sites. I know that she works with a lot of local clients and some not so local clients. But she's communicating with her brick and mortar stores. She's helping them get online so that they can continue to do business and Helped with their Kovic nineteen messaging which will hear about from somebody else leader but what I loved about. Her answer was she said now is not the time to stop and think that's so important for us to remember end for us to relate to our clients or customers. This is a time where people are probably worried about money in their thinking that they should pull back and go into complete defense mode But you're you know you're not gonNA score any goals if you're just playing defense so I'm really Miss Sports. So that's what that sports analogy was brought to you by So if you can help your go on the offense and be proactive about their businesses. I think that Shannon offers a great way she took her experience and her teams experience and they were able to use it in a way to help businesses where they need it
"schaefer" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball
"You just saw a flower blue. I mean she just blossomed into this all American player. All American Person This personality And again it's why we do what we do. Howard it's just a she is truly You know an incredible story In and of itself. But I I do have to say by the way also you. You've created a terrible conundrum for WNBA coaches for the next ten fifteen years. Nobody knows how to stop. Nobody didn't have. You talked to the coaches post team at these. Wnba Dame's that after they play the fever and there's just so fatigued because they throw everything they have it or and you can't stop for now. It's been amazing to see Yup. She's she's She's a monster in a great way and she's going to wreak havoc in that league for like you said many many years to come. But just going back to the recruiting you know. We finally started getting those top twenty kids. Those McDonald's all Americans at Mississippi state in the last couple of two three years in so Texas has been able to recruit them. They just had a hard time retaining them And so our job is to continue the recruitment of those players but now retain them and developed they And again it's that player that's driven. That's hungry that wants to win championships. That will do it in in in understand. There's a there's a it's not easy. There's a price to pay. There's no shortcut to success. And I think that's the challenge. But that's what we're really good at Howard. We were able to convey that to young people and get them to do that and do that so that we can play our style which is exciting which people want to come see. They want to come watch. They want to support. They want to love. And that's what's made it unique for us at Mississippi State and it's what's GonNa make it great for taxes so when you look at the roster that you are bringing back. I'm excited in particular about you and your staff in the chance to work with Charlie Collier. Who has a lot of to my mind a hybrid of what you had in. Pretoria and more of the size even though they're not to the same extent as McCowan but the size of a legit five at the next level and I just wonder what you've seen so far on video and in conversations. What you think Charlie. Collier can be in a vic for system. Yeah she's GonNa be a monster. I mean she's got she's got so much Versatility to her gain is going to be fun. You know putting that all together in our system I think you look at her. And the last Those two I call them. The book ends It's great to build the in between those two and put together a roster. Now WE HAVE KARL. Lambert the point guard from do Transit Grad transfer which we absolutely had to have a point guard and so. I do think that you're talking about a cup. You know those two kids in particular are great ones to build around but they have so much to gain. They're both probably going to be pros Just very very skilled Young Ladies and I think they're both workers. I think they're both gonna WanNa Work Really Hard. I know they're both super excited about The opportunity that that they're going to have with us in our system. So yeah that it's it's really exciting and again the versatility that Charlie brings really is a match up nightmare in our system for a lot of people. It's not going to be fascinating to see that growth happen but it also gives you an opportunity. You didn't necessarily have a Mississippi state in you're going to have a couple of cornerstones of talent now to recruit to that it makes it easier presumably because you have something to be able to point to. That's already there. You also have your own success to be able to point to just wonder though what your recruiting light in this fraught moment How do you? How much does it change? How do you go about approaching it when it's so hard to be able to tell what the future brains in a much larger sense? Yeah it's IT'S DIFFERENT. Obviously right now with us not being able to be out and we're such personal staff and You know being able to go into homes I it's very difficult right now to do it on the phone. So we do. You know we do a lot of You know facetime talk recruiting visits and things like that. I'm sure everybody's doing that And and again I think were you know people see my staff. They they see how personal bull we are. They they they get to know us and and again understand. What tremendous role models In mentors that my my my our staff Is it really is You know we just keep working. I guess the answer we. We don't say well we can't do this. We're not doing anything we say we're limited here so let's find a way to be better here and so that's what we've been able to do so It's it's really look taxes. The brand is really easy to sell and You know the program itself. I mean. We're building a five hundred million dollar brand new arena. That's going to be ready in the spring of twenty two state of the art best in the country new practice facility new offices new locker knew everything I mean. There won't be a better arena in the country Better facilities in the country in so again that adds to the responsibility that we have In the undertaking that we have to make sure that we we do our job in restore this great program to where it deserves to be when you think about the program. You're leaving behind now. You've had a few weeks to be able to do that too. I just wonder being a couple of different ways. No one will ever be able to tell the story of Mississippi State Women's basketball without talking about Vic Schaefer and the role you've played there and you've built a foundation that looks to be secure But there's two parts that one is. We've also seen no shortage of places through the years that were ultimately built around though work that a leader brought forward and there are programs in women's basketball and anything else that falter without that. How bullish are you? About Mississippi? State Future Whether it's with Nikki McRae were just more generally and then the other part that I'm curious about is that you are a as you have said. Championship were bust person. And you got as close as it is possible. I don't have to tell you but I've listeners. Know this to as close as it is possible to debt that championship without getting to come. Soto's to come a shot away to come game away multiple times. I just wonder how hard that is for you to reconcile Knowing having done everything else and how you reconcile it how you do that emotionally well. Look it's tough You know. Let's go to the first year we're in the last game and it was. It was obviously so emotional. Such an emotional night for all of us to we. Not You know not only do you. End The the nation's longest winning streak in any sport ever. But we did it in the state of Texas. Where I'm from where I had three recruits from in front of a sellout crowd of mostly bulldogs in in in in to do that but people don't realize we had the late game that night We walked we didn't tip till nine. We walked off the floor at eleven thirty five eleven forty five by the time. We got our kids back to the hotel. The Anatole Hilton. We walked in that lobby at one. Fifteen am in the morning and there were five thousand people Howard.
"schaefer" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball
"Bread is the flavor of choice. I'm using today Tastes a lot like my wife's been ended up red but definitely a better choice for me as I'm trying to make sure my workout was not for not this morning and so I'd like to take time now to talk to and this is still weird for me to say University of Texas head coach Vic Schaefer but vic for you how normal is this you were saying off the air forty five or fifty nine years have been spent in the state of Texas so this must feel pretty pretty normal to you. Well it it does Howard. It's it's really a blessing first of all. Thanks for having me today. I really appreciate the opportunity and once you not much I appreciate all you do for our great game and Treasure that being said you know I was born in Breckenridge Hospital which is a cross the street literally from the drums where we play and so Live the first two years of my life in Austin before I was raised on the south of Houston The rest of my time. But you know Austin is a is a place. I'm very familiar with in there. So many you know hundreds of times and I'm actually now sixty five miles from where I grew up on the weekends at my grandmother's House in Lagrange taxes and my mother and father are buried there and I'll be able to go to the cemetery and take care of their their Their gravesite Myself now instead of having somebody do that. So it's It's really It's really comfortable for me. I'm excited about the opportunity and again. It's it's a chance for for all of us to get back home you know to me. We've talked about your path which is such an interesting one and it's always been your voice talked about the fact that you didn't necessarily see this as where you'd end up is one of the frankly iconic figures in women's basketball at all let alone basketball overall and I just. I wonder at what point it started to be a thought in your mind that Jeet University of Texas for all the reasons you just said is a comfortable place is a logical place for you to end up where this could be the pathway of your career. Yeah I mean Been DOING IT thirty five years. Obviously and I've had You know I've just some some really incredible opportunities dating all the way back to my first job as a high school Coach in nineteen eighty-five working for a hall of Famer and coach. Only at high school in Houston too. You know spending fifteen years with coach coach. Blair and Arkansas and am and You know had a young in my career early in my career being a head coach at Sam Houston State Ninety to ninety seven probably wasn't ready when I got that job but thrown into the fire and you learn on the on the go and you learn on the run and You know learn so many things there. And then you know obviously now my eight years here It Mississippi State Just a tremendous year. So Much Fun Building. It here In in knowing Obviously we've left it in a really good place and I'm really proud of what we've been able to accomplish here as you know. It's very difficult to do in Really proud of of of what we've been able to do here so but now being able to go to to the University of Texas one of the the absolute I mean just in my mind to take to have the opportunity to restore the lower and the tradition Jodi. Conrad built there. is a tremendous responsibility. And you're not only talking about a a women's basketball program that Really kind of started all this in women's basketball with the tendencies of the world in Pat Summitt in In those types but you know now to have the responsibility to try to bring that tradition in in in Back is really a tremendous responsibility so excited about that. No one also and you're talking about a a university academically. That has so much. Tradition in history is such a well respected in national degree and involved in so many things nationally academically. So it's exciting as you can tell. I'm excited about the opportunity and We've got a big job in front of us but we're excited about the challenges you know. It's a tradition. I think that is in some areas over lots. Just because there's been a little bit of a gap I. I had the privilege watching Texas play on Saturday night. As a matter of fact you back you know that eighty two team Jodi Conrad took to the championship. Game of the I W years later. Of course she wins an NCAA TOURNAMENT. Championship is and so there is. There's this rich history and you look back at that period of time. The there was the need for rutgers to Tennessee to debt. They're young Pat Summitt. It's before Gino is even head coaches before muffins coach. I it's it's a different time and I decided wonder because you talk about championship or bus and you talked about that a lot. with the group When we had the opportunity to talk you Right after the hiring and women's basketball is in a different place than it was ten ago twenty years ago as you know Because you're part of the reason that happened. I mean ten years ago. Mississippi state was not a power now. Mississippi State is power and there are more and more programs. That are what you call in the elite. So does that change. Does that change? What is realistic? What is what constitutes being illegal. A and I say that at a time where for instance Yukon grows several years and frankly without Brianna Stewart Yukon is not been irregular championship title contender. Certainly they've not one University of Tennessee since PAT SUMMITT had some talented teams under holly but did not even reach the final four under her. So does it change. What is realistic in more closely approximate? The men's game where there's more money being spent there's more history built up. There's more programs with expectations every year. Yeah I think it's a combination of several things but I think one you've got more programs more administrations that are more committed to not only women's basketball but women's athletic Think back in the nineties. You had very few programs that were truly committed to women's basketball in the state of Texas. There were three. There was the University of Texas. There were Stephen F. Austin and there was Texas tech then when you WanNa step outside of that there was Tennessee there were Stanford You know and so in that time. Hi This is David Locke. The CEO of the lockdown podcast network. I'd like to take a moment to talk to our local business owners. That are tuned into this. Podcast at the lockdown podcast network. We want to see if we can do something to help you out in these difficult times. Here's what we'd like to do. 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"schaefer" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"In the basket and it's my hobby lobby. I get it. They wanted to make their museum perfect. I wanted my craft enough to be perfect from now on. Let's just agree to no longer do business with terrorists just going forward. Let's not do that again. We're back after listening to the joke journey okay so this was all leading to Edinburgh Fringe Festival which I did in August two thousand seventeen and probably a year prior is when I started making craft nook physically in my home and prior to Edinburgh to Edinburgh and then I decided I was going to do Edinburgh in like wary of two thousand seventeen and they make you like send in your name of the show and a brief concept like right away and I they were like. Don't worry if you don't have it figured out it's fine just you just have to make it loosely. Because that's part of what Hannah Gotzis net the title and the net is. She'd come up with the title before writing. I thought there's going to be a lot of materials. Yeah so apparently at a number. This is very common. Like people will submit their show without having written. Some people. Were like writing at the day before which I did not do. Thank God but Until Explain Edinburgh Festival in Scotland that is a comedian goes and they do thirty straight days of shows and they tend to be more one person. Joey our yeah. They encourage or well. Look you can do whatever you want. There's all kinds of shows there's music there's theater there's drama plays total insanity Literally like ten thousand shows a day. I'm not exaggerating. Like that's what you're up against him but I yeah I did sort of a hybrid stand up and loosely themed show and it was called little white box and So January you knew. Yeah I knew the loose themes and our like it was like trump Jesus in America like to joke. You know written that I built around which is a great challenge for me because I'd never written around a theme or to specific purpose like that before So I think I don't remember I think I was. Just I think I was doing this. Podcast thing experimenting with my own new podcast. I was just blabbing about it. Craft nook on my podcast. That could be a joke and I tried it out and just the craft part pre lobby. Yeah it was just me talking about craft knock. And then the craft nook the name of it as a entity was that that that part of joke was on the first parts of the yes and then hobby lobby came into it because putting it together and I was like I. It was the first time I'd been in a hobby lobby and I was just completely or Orafidiya at how incredible in it so it was probably January or February. So you're so you're in the hobby lobby. Are you by the time you're step foot? You're like this is going to be material immediately. Sort of no. I didn't I was in there feeling. Those feelings I have is like this isn't fair. I hate how cool the stories cool is very open to interpretation I was completely focused on the task at hand which was decorating craft. I was not about anything to do with jokes. Because that's usually how I am with material up until this point with doing this Edinburgh show which is just. It wouldn't occur to me until years later that something that happened in my life could be a joke story even telling friends and then suddenly on stage when nine. Oh I should tell that story to see Ya But this time period I was specifically writing jokes but I still was mining older experiences. So the hobby lobby thing kind of came in like ooh. Ooh I could Talk about this and maybe tight together with this theme of show And then the joke just became so long and now I mean it's even I can't even do the joke anymore because it's too long and it so growing only out certain settings If I feel comfortable because it does touch on things that I think are for me Edgy Meaning like abortion and And I do reveal that I'm you know first off if you come see me. Perform in the first ten seconds. You don't know that I'm a liberal feminist. You're not paying attention just by what I look And how I talk and stuff but you never know but Yeah there's a lot going on in this joke and stuff. Oh in this all the stuff with hobby lobby literally. I started talking about the experience of going in there and the feeling of like. Oh my God. I'm not supposed to be shopping in the store politically like I'm i. I should be boycotting hobby lobby. But I've been here and I love it and I have to buy this thing because it's what I need And then I believe all that stuff where they got caught smuggling is it happened then yeah like in two thousand seventeen right. July two thousand yes so I was like down the path. Yeah so I had to add this stuff and it was just so intense and then like even after Edinburgh like new stuff has happened which I didn't add on the album because it had literally just happened. I didn't have time to get it in but like also some of the documents that Like old archival ancient documents that they had found in the Bible Museum were fake. And so I made this whole segment where Carol is it. Carol Carol Cheryl Cheryl is like dipping paper into T. You know when you're growing up and you made documents new dependency in the singe the edges with like a match like do a whole act out of her doing that like Lord me to make these documents old looking at it. I mean something about you. Talking about it is very. Romeo and Juliet esque story. Love story between you and this basket and sort of the the so. The joke has seven sections as recorded You deconstruct joke clearly has not only they some seconds but they very neatly follow a hero's journey. I love it so I will go through it. So the people that also people listening Just the cat is apparently does not famous. There was this book called. Say That is like the interest screenwriting book of of last twenty years that very clearly lines up the beat of a classic sort of Hollywood movie but the Hero's journey is a sort of a classic story structure and this follows one is Section one is purity which is the setup then craft nook which is the catalyst or call to action stores the section where you talked about the stores. That is the debate. The debate continues into the section about the about Hobby Lobby section which is also ends with the Cross. The threshold moment Then inside the hobby lobby is What the Book Calls Fun. Games or problems of the premise is the second act of the story then all the trump is all's lost dark night of the Soul Hobby Lobby. Museum is the finale. I'm I can't imagine you thought it this way but maybe did. But how aware you of when you're thinking about this especially with borough of like the structure this story. I am not that aware I. I'm vaguely aware of it. But I think my one of my best skills in writing and in Standup is storytelling. And I fought against it for years. 'cause storytelling also can lead to long in length and when you're coming up in comedy there's a period where you're being pressured to do very short bite sized. Did you might have five minutes five minutes for Montreal. Five minute for your audition. Five minutes for late night set and things happened in my career and people said things that made me think I had to abandon my storytelling. Which is what I started out. As essentially I would do structured stories with jokes and payoffs that would fill my entire ten minutes minutes however long I was getting. I mean even if you've got fifteen minutes now the story is still too long minutes So this type of joke is my favorite but now finally. I'm in a place in my career where I think I have the ability to just go back to my roots but I've always been a natural storyteller and when I I wrote my first television script I was overwhelmed with the structure and then when I was done with it I realized I already knew inherently because I consume so much of this stuff. I think some people think they know to and they don't but I actually do. I think I'd actually do. It just feels I told right I. I know you confirmed it for me. So you mentioned Edinburgh when you say you wrote to the assignment. What does that mean in in practice? Are you like sitting down yes? I was I was transcribing my set encoding than yeah and typing it out and I've done this process before but not on such an intense level for so long Like fern at my first album. I transcribed on my jokes and I tweaked typing wise and worked on it that way but this was like extended for like a full six months of just like really intensely every night recording it listening back tweaking the script. I had like what I had a script. And so much of the writing came down to transition and making it feel like a cohesive. I barely accomplished. I feel like I barely accomplish that after going grow and seeing other people shows and seeing what I could do I realized that stringing together a full hour of stand up in a way that feels like its own show. That really has a cohesive theme I could have done more. And maybe if I had started like okay. I'm going to write a show about Jesus and just do that. That would have been easier than what I had done which we have three jokes. I really like and I want to tell them adjacent to each other. Yeah and there's a lot in my enemy their stuff. That's like a Mike Christian upbringing there's Stuff about my mom dying these in a lot of material I have now have put on hold that I can't wait to go back to but I don't know what to do with it yet. Had you been exposed to this? I mean I think it's important context which is sort of like in the UK and in Australia. This sort of form is the standard. Yes had you been exposed to those type of comedians before you went into? I done Melbourne. Yeah For two weeks of the year prior and that was my first exposure to those shows. But it really wasn't until Edinburgh that I saw this sort of I saw a net there in person And it was truly one of the best shows I've ever seen and I will fight physically fight and comedian. I will meet you at the stand on Thursday night. I don't think this is going to be out before but not leak it tag. People That you know we'll be triggered by talking now. I loved that I thought it was an incredible piece of not only performance but also commenting And my father watched net and he is in seventy three year old lifelong Republican White Man Southerner and he loved it he like. It was incredible. So I'm just saying you know it's I think if you go into with a preconceived notion and attitude and you might not like it anyway but That I saw that show. I saw a lot of shows in Edinburgh and some were good and some weren't but I saw what people were doing and I saw the whole range of you know quality and what made the better ones better. And what made the weaker ones weaker and Did it change how you approached even this story? Which is a longer? Pm It it definitely. Let me tell that I would not have developed that joke. The Hobby lobby thing as much as I did if I had it done. Edinburgh and it is one of my favorite jokes. I've ever told because I think I'm actually saying something from real in it and and it's funny and I also like could be funnier. I I should. I should keep going back to it but I don't know it's on this album. I don't know what to do with it now but and it's like I can't even put it online I could. I could put a video on youtube and now I guess there's I g TV they'll let you go longer. I don't know but It seems like a lot of work to caption that you know what I mean. I don't have time for that Shit. We'll be right back with more Sarah Schaefer. I am a big proponent of therapy especially now this time is impossible to comprehend and it helps to have someone you can talk to who can help you process it..
"schaefer" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Host ultra senior editor. Jesse tapered Fox each episode. A comedian comes on to play a clip of one of their jokes and then discuss how they wrote it and how it fits into what. They're trying to do with their comedy. Sometimes the jokes are small. Like a baby but you know like like a small baby. The joke will be a minute long. Maybe to be a one liner or or two liner. I think for the Neal Brennan episode. It was like a short three second throwaway line other times. The jokes are big babies. I know as a former big baby. Jen Kirkman Bill Burr Pignataro. They all had jokes well over ten minutes no one touches. Gary Coleman who's joked with an unbelievable twenty five minutes but this week's joke definitely tries the joke writer in question in my guest today is stand up comedian TV writer and soon to be author. Sara Schaefer the subject is her sixteen and a half made a magnum opus. About our first trip to hobby lobby the infamous arson craft store. Who is best known for winning a Supreme Court case that allow to offer health insurance policies that excluded covering certain birth controls last week our guest Daniel Slough spoke about the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from the perspective of a UK comedian? And how they're expected to bring a new show there every year in this episode. Sarah Talks about what the festivals like for Comedians coming from America who try their hands at adapting their style to something that leans closer to the one person show to set the scene. Seir started working on the joke in early. Two thousand seventeen before performing it as part of her Edinburgh show that summer however the version you'll hear from her two thousand nineteen album live. Laugh love since there are a few versions of the joke floating around. We get the name of one of her fictional characters mixed up a few times. But don't worry we figured out. Eventually Saturday spoke in February of this year. So here is Sara Schaefer enjoy..
"schaefer" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Have good heated conversations with other coaches about philosophy and really try to duke it out at a at a coach's meeting destined or you know when you go to New Orleans for the final four or anything like that or is that just something where it's it's understood. This is how I feel. That's how you feel and we respected. Yeah I think that's probably it morning thing and get everybody's got their own philosophy and You know it's what makes everybody so good and You know and yet it makes all of us uniquely different and so I think you're right. I think we all respect that and have a great appreciation for for each other and And so we it's kind of a I guess might be an unwritten rule. I gotcha coach while I'm so excited to see what you do down at. Ut Please treat my man Craig Way Right. He's one of the best in the business. One of the broadcasters down there and he's going to do a great job for you as well and I'm so looking forward to it it's it's GonNa be a great storyline for the upcoming season. Well frankly I'm excited about it as well. I really appreciate you taking the time today and appreciate your coverage of our great game and appreciate your coverage of the University of Texas so till we visit again high appreciated phrase Lording Hook them horns Vic Schaefer with us on the hoop stats podcast. Thank you so much to coach Shaffer for joining us. Great to get him early on before even coaches a game at ut and it's GonNa be fun to see how that all shakes out and just knowing that That really ramps things up in the big twelve again and and gives us yet another wonderful storyline in the big twelve as everybody tries to catch up with Baylor. It's going to be a lot of fun. It for sure. More great shows are on the way I've already recorded with a couple of WNBA rookies and looking forward to bringing those to the appropriate time. Of course we gotta get a WNBA season. Started UP HERE BELTWAY. And we'll see where things go from here but also there have been some other big. Coaching changes big retirements along the way in college basketball as well. Maybe that'll be the next subject of our hoops stats. Podcast either way. We'll be with you coming up next Monday. Thanks so much for listening the announcer on the hoop stance. Podcast is suzy. So Lis our music by Jared Jack Jerry. Tech MUSIC DOT COM and the executive producer of the hoops. That's podcast is Erin Barzilai. I'm your host John. Little reminding you that at the her hoop stats podcast. We are locking better insight about the women's game hoop stats..
"schaefer" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"You know even before that. Why were you the Defensive Guy? Why was that such a? You are and what you build your coaching philosophy upon. Just I think that's what coach needed me to be He. He was an offensive guy. He wanted me to really embrace. You know taking over that side. It wasn't just the first year her nat over time and in. So that's what I did in You know for fifteen years that trust and respect and His last that was the last few years to get her main. That was my job. I had it and he didn't mess with it and And it worked you know we want a Lotta Games together. You Know I. I was talking to Mike neighbors the other day and he was he was relating the story about Coach Blair just leaving practice when you got to. You got to working as the assistant coach With the defensive game plan he turned around and walked out you know. Why did that work? And have you done anything similarly yet with your assistant coaches with any part of the game plan to this point that he didn't do that early on. I mean that was something that was earned over time and You know you're right those last four six years you know. That's what work he got so many other. He had so many other things he had to do that. You know there was an opportunity for him to get a lot done and He knew I was GONNA handle. I was going to have the defense and the conditioning and Any Topic Defensive Game Plan that needed to happen and so you know but again I earned that trust over time it wasn't just L. You're the assistant coach. And this is your job. I earned that trust so You know and again I I as I told coach all time. I never want to look at him and tell him I was wrong. You know I'm not paid to be wrong. And so I took a lot of pride in that and I made sure I did. My homework and watched You know all the film are ponant. Coach always watched us. He wasn't too concerned about our our opponents because he knew I was going to take care of that. And so you know what I do with my current staff. I have tremendous assistant coaches and they all have A. You know a lot of responsibility when it comes to gain planning whether it's out of bounds plays with with Johnny. But she wouldn't we all watching film. We all pay attention to defense and out of bounds and things like that and then you know we. Janis usually really good at at At that peace and then You know we're all very involved. That's what I can say we're all very don't just have one person like it was with me I try to let them. You know have had their all. They all have a position. The honest my point guard coach. Elaine has got the wings with with the and then co chairs has a post players and so they all have that responsibility making sure those kids are you know are good to go and ready and that shows just You know how you can skin a cat in different ways. You know coach Blair. Does it one way and you even though you came off of his tree do it. At least recently. I Know You had head coaching jobs before that. You know you do it differently. And then I think about coach neighbors. I just had a long conversation with him about why he thinks that it. You know why he concentrate so much on the offensive side of the ball. Why he thinks that. That's you know the ultimate score. You can't win. Ever just.
"schaefer" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Just the growth that you saw in Blair especially this past season as she got into the coaching game. What did you see from her over this last year specifically coach? Well just. It's so good to have former players on your staff and I've got three in Blair dominate dilling. Hamic Atara Chapel. Each of those kids has instant- current movie. They flayed the game at the highest level. They've been successful at the highest level. They've all played in the national team. You serve some of them twice and so you know having Blair again. She's going to be a great coach. Just like Attaran dominate. And to have her with me and Own on the bench. Tadao that my daughter is going to continue You know a legacy of coaching up just finished thirty fifth year. Coaching and to know that that's the path that she wants to take her career. It's really special and she's going to be tremendous far game. She's going to impact the game and You know our women's basketball is going to be better for that. So it's it's It's awesome you know it's really cool to to know. You've you've coached her. You watched it Rosa player. You help developer. And now she's turning it around and giving back impacting the game in a positive way. Impacting your student athletes in a real positive way. It'd be great for our game. Is it even nicer to know that? She kind of took her own path in that you know she did go out there for a couple years and try some other things like the media game and things like that and came back to it and it wasn't like daddy saying you gotTa do this you know or not that you ever would But but but the. She truly chose the path herself after trying. Some other things is does that does that. Do your heart good absolutely and try to get her to do it right out. I'd be I'd be. I tried to get her to do it right away. And she said Hi data. I really think I WANNA do the media thing. I think I WANNA go into broadcasting. I really want and semantic. I just think he'd be really good in coaching. And I got these young guards. Come on can't do it now and now. I Really WanNa do this of you. You know you gotta let them grow. You GotTa let them go and let them do their own deal we did. And you know when she called the about military's thank you ride. I'm feeling the tug of coaching Watching all this film in preparation for for TV and you know. I just feel like I can help you know. Help all these kids at that. I'm watching but I can't because I'm just doing this on on TV. And she said. I think I really WANNA coach. And I told her you get through with your amendments. Espn AN SEC network and get through season and we'll talk about it night full and so that's what we did and once we got April and she was all in and excited and that I can tell you well it speaking of all in. That's what you ask your players to do especially on the on the defensive side even before got hooked up with With with Gary Blair. And even.
"schaefer" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Podcast CO Schaefer. Thank you so much for joining us. And I want to be the eighty six thousand person to congratulate you on the On the University of Texas gig. Congratulations to you. Well thank you so much. I'm very excited and excited about the opportunity and excited To wear the responsibility of restoring Great tradition of the University of Texas women's basketball. It's a big responsibility and I'm ready to get after well. You certainly have talked a lot about that about how great that tradition is in your mind. How would you contextualized that for especially jody? Conrad the impact that she had on women's basketball. How would you explain that to people at two kids coming up? Well just know that you know taxes was probably the very first school that really got committed to women's athletics and women's basketball. There were only a handful back in the day. You have to be all designed to understand that appreciating in especially in women's Basketball Tennessee You know attack Stanford Dozer you know perennial powers that have been in it for a long time. Women's basketball has been very important to those schools. And then you though Stephen F. Austin in there as well you know back in the nineties. Those were kind of schools that were really really committed and You Know Auburn coach Champi. They they Played for some championships. Believe actually won some championships. Andy Landers at Georgia But you know. Just understand the the The commitment that Texas has had two win athletics and specifically to women's basketball and to know the success that they had for so many years as the premier program in the country And and so. That's our job. That's what we're charged with is is to try to restore their Their place and again in today's world everybody's committed and so it makes it twice. You know two hundred times harder because of the commitment that so many people now have to to women's basketball which is Great. It's great for game And it's the way it should be but we're GONNA go to tax Susan We're GONNA work our tail off and We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA hopefully be able to make them proud and and get us get them back to to championships Because that's that's what we do. That's what we've done here. Mississippi state and That's our that's our goals. Anytime we step on the floor were were about winning championships. I would have to think that three time. Sec Co two. The year consensus national coach of the year. A couple years ago. I I mean just we can rattle off all that but everybody knows you've had great success. There probably only a handful of jobs and maybe even just one. That would have gotten your attention like this. How did you know that this is a job that it made sense for you to take you said it only one and You know I it's just you know the opportunity for me to to to to go back to taxes in the APP University of Taxes Really That's it in a nutshell. I mean it's it's Is just an incredible place You step foot on campus. You see in. Talk to those folks and be around The history and the tradition of that university To know the academic integrity in the academic History there as well as the athletic history. is just tremendous and to be a part of that to to know that you're gonNA wear that orange and white when you walk into a GM anywhere in the country. People know and respect. You know that brand and boy. That's that's special and in so again there's a responsibility that comes now with that and But I know my staff and I you know we're GonNa work our rear ends off and and because that's the only thing we know how to do and we're going to work hard and and we're going to have a lot of fun and we're going you know hopefully Make them proud of us. It's definitely an incredible brand and there's also another just terrific brand as well that that wears Maroon just a hour and a half away in college station You know that better than anybody. How do you you know Mary in your mind Texas Aggie and taken a job at ut or are we past that because there? Are there in different conferences things like that. How do you marry those things in your mind? It's really a a non issue for May Gary Blair's the head coach at Texas. Am and he deserves to be there as long as he wants to be. He's a hall of Famer six times. Good night man. You don't have to justify him and so you know it's a non issue for me Went to school there. My Dad went to school there. Everybody knows that but look nobody knows the University of Texas better than me as well. It's like I told Chris del Conte. Nobody knows the is a Texas better than VIC Schaefer. Growing up in that rivalry being. It's so many football games on Thanksgiving night. You know playing in the Big Twelve. I get it in and when you step foot on the University of Texas campus. It really brings clarity to you and gives you an understanding of the University of Texas and what that means to so many people good better indifferent and so for me again. It's just exciting. I'm just I'm just so excited to have the opportunity to represent That great university in in I'm looking forward to the challenges And again just Appreciate the opportunity. It's going to be Dang exciting. For sure you know the first tweets that were thrown out there on a Sunday afternoon as a coach Dough County tweeted out that you were coming to town and really that Friday when when it was learned that co Jasper wouldn't be coming back it was all about Texas versus Baylor in that record whatever it is over the last few years that come up at all in the conversation as you were thinking about the Texas job the fact that you had beaten Baylor in his big situation over the last few years that That that maybe Texas felt like That was a good fit because of that you know I don't I don't that didn't come up. I don't think that's You Know I. I don't think that's the the reason you know I think again. I don't have any idea that's not for me to know but I do think I do know this. That you know there comes a responsibility with any job in any especially in coaching and At a place like University of Texas. You know it's about championships. It's a standard You know it isn't about one game. It's about all of them and You know I don't I just I just know that You know certainly dialers had a great run in the League Kim Cookies a heck of a coach. She's got a great staff I know them well And have a lot of respect for them so a bet at the same time we got to win a bunch of the Games too. And so you know I think that sometimes probably gets blown up a little bit Again I it's not something that was told me. Hey you got to do this. You got to do that it like I just think it's a you know it's a total total picture if you know what I mean. Yeah absolutely you know and Coach Mulkey for her part. She was quoted today in in a story and it looks like she said it on. Espn central taxes. So what if you can't beat Baylor? There are a lot of teams that have unbeaten. Baylor out there she's She's definitely right about that. But it's going to be tough. It's GonNa be fun to see Baylor in Texas Competed always is no matter. Who is the head coach Let's talk about your staff a little bit. At what point. Will you be announcing that? What kind of process do you go through during that sure? So those jobs have to be posted seven days. So that'll be announced sometime early next week. Okay and that goes for. Even you know somebody who might live in the household with you might have been on your last staff right and we've got a we've gotta wait. We gotta wait here okay. That's great we'll be watching for that. How are you? How are you passing your time during the Corona virus shutdown? Well you know. I'm a big outdoors guy in Turkey hunter in the spring. I like the Turkey Hunt. I like to fish with a new job. Now I've been on the phone with with my current players and my and my recruits and Just trying to get to know them a little bit and again just trying to as you just mentioned trying to get this staff thing figured out and put together and and really quite frankly. I'm just staying away from people. I mean what we have going on right now is a lot bigger than basketball And I just you I'm doing what. Cdc's told me to do in. That is stay away from people and so that's what I'm doing and I'm A Matter Farm right now. doing some things and it's an unprecedented time and it calls for unprecedented measures and again. It's it's the whole lot bigger than basketball. And so I'm telling my players at Texas. Stay home you know stay away from people recruits same thing. You know. It's just not worth it right now. There'll be a time when we can get together and practice and and have a meal and get to know each other but it ain't right now with that in mind. How do you take quote advantage of this opportunity if you will? I think my main question was going to be. Is this a good time or a bad time to change jobs when we're in the middle of something so unprecedented but I? I would guess that you would be the type of person that would try to make it into a positive as much as you can so with that in mind how do you how do you do that. Yeah so I mean it's it's rough and I'll tell you why it's rough in that. I wasn't able to see my players and tell them personally. You know face to face one on one as a group. You know that I was going to do this that I was going to make a change. You have to do it on a conference call and and then once you tell them you can't call them back and try to have a one on one conversation with them and just explain a little bit more. Take a little more time with them personally. you you can't do that you know. And so it's been extremely difficult. I love my team. I love those kids. Death they're like my own to that. We've had our last team meal together. Our last airplane ride our last practice. Our last competition together this just gut wrenching and I mean it I love them to death. That was the hardest part in making this decision. It was the absolute hardest thing to do. Because I just have so much invested in the mostly personally and I care so deeply about them and so it was. You know it's hard and but at the same time now. I need to be working with my new teen at Texas and I can't do that. And so that makes this extremely difficult. And so it's it's a difficult time right now now so many fronts and you know but we're going to get through it and again this basketball. This is not that important. When you're dealing with what's going on in the real world today and We'll get through it and thankfully. I hear that time and time again from people like yourself. Influential people around the game of women's basketball around all games. I think there's a good sense of what's going on right now. Hey I I did want to bring up. If people weren't aware you and your daughter did spend some time with us at her. Hoops DADS for a a great article. That Jen Hatfield. Put together Yeah your relationship with your daughter and how you saw her grow and that is something that we can talk about here..
"schaefer" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Now we're kind of celebrating. Our year anniversary was right around this time that we launch this little show so yeah you haven't gotten rid of this yet and you won't anytime soon. Thank you so much for being here. What a great last week we had talking the WNBA draft and of course we'll get back into WNBA stuff very shortly. I've started to roll on some recordings. With some of the rookies coming into the League looking forward to bringing that to you as soon as time allows but right now we've got Vic Schaefer on the show his timing very very pressing as he takes over as the head coach of the Texas Women's basketball team. That is on the way but I just wanted to say thanks so much to everybody who was involved in our draft coverage at her hoop stats. I thought it was just a lot of passion involved. We had a lot of fun kind of capped it off by talking to Rebecca Lobo last week on episode number seventy four. So if you didn't get a chance to listen to that make sure you catch it. Not only talk about the draft with a Rebecca but also her journey as well make sure to rate and review the podcast. We always appreciate that. You can do that on apple podcasts. Of course and you can always reach out to us as well podcast at her hoop stats dot Com podcast at her hoop stats dot com. If you ever have a a comment a question also on twitter we're just at her hoop stats or I'm at John. Little voice and we've gotten a ton of interaction in the past week from our graph coverage we just love it. So moving on shifting gears were into college basketball again and we're talking to VIC Schaefer the new head coach of the Texas longhorns. In just a couple of days we learned that Texas was not renewing the contract of Karen Ashton who has been a great guest this show in the past What a great coach she is. She's GonNa land somewhere There is no doubt about that in the in the next couple years to continue her great career but who does Texas turn to a former aggie and we get into that in Vic Schaefer so the Mississippi state man makes.
"schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Market Schaefer and salmon tail residents keep their social distance so far the next four weeks are going to be any less challenging yes this time out twelve oh eight and we are first to traffic let's head into the him medically sealed bunker that's uses traffic center has we talked to Victor Saragossa Booker said actually smells like pizza and has gone question mail I'll be okay with that I'll be all right that's my motivation that's my motivation today anyway good morning Curtis so we end up in the road work going on and I do have some information on public transportation as well in the snow great construction north bound six eighty between mission Boulevard north and pretty much all the way to Pleasanton Sunol road in so no you do have alternating lane closures till six AM I see a little bit of slowing but nothing too major also in Fremont some striping work northbound eighty between auto mall parkway and Amari Avenue there you will encounter that three right lanes closed until six AM and in Hayward electrical work in both directions highway eighty between highway ninety two and highway eighty four there you will encounter the two left lanes in each direction close till five A. M. and a quick reminder that bay area bridges are no longer staffed with any toll takers so cash payers you can just drive on through and you will receive a bill for the crossing in the mail a pay by plate is in effect if you like more details you can visit our website at KCBS radio dot com in extravagant dinner twelve eighteen on the traffic we see all right let's check the forecast now which calls for partly cloudy skies and increasing cloudiness overnight when you wake up in the morning partly cloudy II will.
"schaefer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Good morning I'm John Schaefer the adobe summit is not coming to Las Vegas at the end of March software company adobe so they are cancelling their conference at the Venetian scheduled for March twenty ninth to April second due to fears over coronavirus summit was expected to bring about twenty two thousand people to Las Vegas it's now going to be held on line the Supreme Court has rejected an appeal of the federal ban on bump stocks devices that allow semi automatic firearms to fire rapidly like machine guns the justices did not comment Monday and declined to review a lower court ruling that upheld the ban which took effect nearly a year ago the trump administration announced the ban following the mass shooting here in Las Vegas in twenty seventeen to twenty gunman used bump stocks that allow them to fire more than one thousand rounds at eleven minutes until fifty nine people wounding hundreds more it's a super Tuesday voters in fourteen states and one U. S. territory will go to the polls today to pick a democratic nominee for president Joe Biden got a boost yesterday when former rivals judging Amy clover shar indoors Tim after dropping out Democrats want to nominate to be Donald Trump keeps Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house the United States to do says there's an effort to stop him and that the establishment is getting nervous the last seventy five national polls he says we it's seventy out of those seventy five Elizabeth Warren is on the ballot and for the first time Mike Bloomberg more than a third of the delegates needed to win the nomination are up for grabs on super Tuesday I'm Julie Walker former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is endorsing Joe Biden for president the ex Nevada senator said in a statement Monday that Biden is the democratic candidate with the best chance of beating president Donald Trump in November at least two tornadoes touched down early Tuesday in central Tennessee including one that ripped across downtown Nashville involved about forty buildings that collapsed around the city yes my name is don homes trees and power lines where multiple injuries and hundreds of volunteers are in that area working currently allows families to sponsor placement hours on our trucks Randy Porter Merrin Putnam County says police are searching for injured people some schools already closed for super Tuesday voting will be kept close this week and beyond to handle repairs later this month construction of an arch that will welcome people to downtown Las Vegas will begin on Las Vegas Boulevard near the straps work on the eighty foot tall illuminated crisscross arch is is expected to be completed by September the six and a half million dollar project is part of a continued effort to update infrastructure and signage around downtown Las Vegas for the check on our weather is news stories Kelly current we're looking at sunny skies and breezy conditions across the area again today a little warmer with highs today topping out in the upper sixties and low seventy.
California moves up primary, wants bigger impact 2020 vote
"So California wanted to be more relevant in the democratic nominating committee process and they've moved their primary up right so now we're gonna be voting on Tuesday on super Tuesday for the first time instead of in June what sort of impact is gonna have on the racetrack let's start with you well I think a lot of people are just thrilled to California's if relevant this year more so than if we had our primary in June which is where used to be you know that the nomination is still up for grabs in California has four hundred fifteen delegates up for grabs in particular that's that's gonna have a big impact the problem with California's it's so expensive you know to campaign here and so we've seen the candidates come here raise money but not too many of them have really been here campaigning except for like very recently and so they're they're spending time in Texas and other places where there can they can be on television for less money no and I think another reason was moved up is perhaps to help California candidates like Kamala Harris and perhaps Eric Swalwell they dropped out and so you have to say that you know in in I think if Eskom Herskovitz help make California more relevant she would say no and there are a couple pulls out this week that show that Bernie Sanders certainly has the lead among likely democratic voters here in California it can anyone take that away from him or is it just has to win at this time I mean look after twenty sixteen we don't make predictions on an X. ray I think that it would be very surprising if anyone were to beat Bernie Sanders however as you said it was with Warren is in second and not change research KQED poll she certainly stands if those numbers are right to pick up some delegates which could help her momentum a lot of people who have gotten their vote by mail ballot sixteen million were sent out or holding on to them way later than they have in years past including if you look at people who analyze this like Paul Mitchell says that that includes people who are very consistent voters so it's not as if it's just like people about their ballots and maybe they're not gonna turn them and it does seem like they've been waiting to see these debates to seem about it to see South Carolina so I do think that Joe Biden you know what happens in South Carolina could really help him stay in this race I think if you're Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren or Joe Biden you might hope that the other candidates are cold and it comes at a two or three way race after super Tuesday but there's still a lot up in the air at this point the big question too is can't other how many other candidates are gonna hit that fifteen percent threshold because in order to get any delegates in a congressional district or statewide you have to get fifteen percent so the more that Bernie Sanders gets the less of the pie there is for the other candidates to divide up so you could have a situation where Bernie Sanders if he reaches forty five fifty percent of the vote no one else reaches fifteen percent that would be a huge win for him but I mean everything because it is absolutely right in terms of how hard it is to campaign her expensive it is but let's be clear it's February you know Mar almost March third there months ago well but also like if if this is the primary was happening in June in California this nomination be locked up so we are relevant we do matter we just don't get the same attention they get in Iowa New Hampshire South Carolina because there's four forty million of it all the more relevant because were earlier absolutely and I think that you know you're seeing in terms of both the attention we're getting from the candidates but also just from the national media for once let's turn a little bit and talk about property can you tell me a little bit about what this will do and what's significant about research yes this is a measure that's kind of been talked about for a long time in San Francisco it would essentially penalize folks who own properties that keep about street level vacant storefronts are talking about commercial properties and this is really been a problem in neighborhoods including North Beach are are we are other commercial corridors it's interesting because this is one of those things that I think you know some property owners aren't too happy about the ideas you get taxed if you leave it vacant if you fill it you're okay you don't have that tax the money that would be raised would go to small businesses you know people against it say why are you making it even harder retails already suffering but I think what's interesting is you look at who's lined up on in support of it and the town that doesn't agree on much the mayor is on board the more progressive supervisors us poorer the chronicle endorsed it it's less controversial than I would have expected and is this Scott because of the flight that we're seeing with I think so and you know I just friends just anecdotally when I talk to people who have been in that place for many many many years harvest market on on Market Street for example they were there thirty years and the rent got doubled and that's storefront is still vacant it was over a year and a half ago and so what happens is you get homeless people you get blight it's better to send a looks bad this less inviting to people want to go shop on that blocker in that neighborhood and so you know I think that there's just a concern that it's it's are these languages being greedy waiting for a big chain store to command or a bank or something like that who can afford these top dollar rents and what's even in that that's the case let's make him pay something for you know for that sort of work it out it's a small business and enterprise yeah right right so we do have South Carolina coming up and so talking about South Carolina Joe Biden certainly has to win in this state from everything he said really do you think there's any chart for him if he does not win South Carolina can he move forward he really needs to do well I mean he has said very categorically I'm going to win South Carolina and you know he needs that moment it's a first of all he's been staking problems chips on South Carolina show the African American vote is going to be really a firewall for him and then going into super Tuesday that would give momentum to some of the other states like Alabama Tennessee Texas you know where they're more African American voters and I you know if he comes in second or just barely wins in South Carolina just be more consternation and anxiety among the democratic insiders like but I think maybe some pressure for him to get out but that's gonna it's gonna be a tough call but if he does really well it could sling shot him into super Tuesday that really well means winning it doesn't seem coming in one close by a double digit margin I think that that is the key here he has to not only win but win big and he has to really show that he has that support from the African American community and I think other communities as well because we know this year that communities of color women of color in particular are going to be key if Democrats really want to be a take on trump and beat him in November and has Joe Biden been able to solidify any of those groups with the when the women of color around him well I think if you look at the polls he's doing exceptionally well among African American voters but interestingly California billionaire Tom Steyer's actually cut into that margin he's been running a lot as we talk about triage he has really put his chips on South Carolina as well I'm I think that does raise questions and I think the splitting of the vote amongst the more centrist candidates is really making it hard for some voters to make that call do they go with Bloomberg with his deep pockets so they go with you know Joe Biden who they know it's certainly some younger African Americans in South Carolina really likes tire yeah I think there's a big generational divides Marie's this point you know a lot of older African Americans really like Joe Biden was younger ones are like more open to Bernie Sanders Tom's tire one of the younger candidates a few words before we go corona virus suddenly putting health care front center well I don't think it's gonna scare people from voting but it you know we see what's happening with the Dow and if the stock market tanks further in the economy begins to really have a hard time even that takes away one of the pillars of Donald trump's argument for being reelected and that's where it could have an impact we just don't know where is where it's going and where it's going to be come the fall Scott Schaefer and Marie's Lagos thank you so much for being
"schaefer" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"That's West Virginia University's data marketing communications. Okay can I ask one quick question before he answers your question there and I'm just thinking is talking about the topic here today. Can companies even stay human when more and more of the customer interaction is dealt with robocalls and robots and bots and A and all this stuff are we removing the humans from the whole equation. That's an interesting question. And a lot of the research today shows that consumers generally accept bought and the reason is often the box are more human than the humans so I mean how many of us have had really terrible terrible customer service experiences. So if you have a but that's just one slot above terrible. It's an improvement interesting. Take on the whole thing you know so many times. The bots are more sympathetic and empathetic and helpful than the other person that Seems like they're having a bad day just wants to get off the call. Her and I think the bottle be becoming more sophisticated. I think it'll even get to a point. They will become entertaining and they'll be certain that will be our favorites and we'll tell our friends about and this'll be a whole new sort of marketing tool because we don't really like spending time on On the phone with a customer service person but it might be interesting chatting online at Nike with Michael Jordan bought with Dolly Parton. Bought or anything like that. That might be fun. And then all the while the companies can be collecting information about it so I think we're just at the cusp of some very interesting days in terms of of bought some example. That Cindy actually could make today. This is the Cindy Green glass bottle today. Never known. It's very funny though. I love my bit Mo- Jeez and so do all my friends that when I send them their morning bit mortgages and We have conversations with our colleagues about the voice assistance. And whose voice are you using. What did I hear Samuel? L. Jackson is now going to be a voice assistant voice and so. I do think it's entertaining. You're right on there and They can't be helpful and Andrew -taining at the same time and welcoming so. Let's go back to this question about the traditional role of marketing changing the traditional jobs. Changing is the CMO gone for good or will arise again as an in a new role. And what are the titles and functions that you're seeing that companies need to look at for marketing professionals in the future? Well I think there's a lot of turmoil going on. We see a lot of big companies like Coca Cola and Johnson and Johnson eliminating the CMO role. Which has been a surprise to a lot of people and I think part of the problem part of the turmoil is exactly the turmoil that talk about in my book. Marketing rebellion is that we are moving from this era where it was easy to measure. We had familiar advertising techniques. We had relationships with advertising agencies and all of that is starting to crumble and the CMO is right in the middle of that right now and a lot of the marketing techniques where instead of we're broadcasting at people and we're trying to manipulate people now we sort of have to come alongside them now that we have consumers have the accumulated knowledge of the human race in the palm of their hands. They're pretty good at making their own. Decisions and so. The role of marketing is changing. A lot of the tactics are going to be changing and so the role of the CMO is really in turmoil right now as companies try to hang on to what they have and and try to figure out what's coming next. I think marketing is very essential role in the organization. I don't think marketing will ever go away. I think the role the marketing leader will have to be in some transition however and some of the things I'm hearing now cindy are that that. Cmo's they're focusing more on customer experience so that instead of just running programs or managing accounts. Cmo's it would be responsible for every single customer touch point every single way. That customer could experience our company. It's a very very different way of thinking. And it's exciting to see it's endlessly fascinating and I'm very optimistic about the role of marketing and marketing leadership but it is going to go through some tumultuous times. Yes I am. Recently was at a large hospital network. We were talking about some of the automation that is being put in place to facilitate appointment setting and working with the hospital on all the different parts departments to navigate through lab and doctors etc and in the meeting was an individual with the title of Chief Access Officer and that this was the individual who has all the access points that patients have available to them in communicating with the institution call centers the front desk billing you name it and I thought now that was rather interesting title. And they said this is becoming very prevalent in the healthcare industry because there's so many access points and they don't communicate with each other and it's extremely disjointed so not that was an interesting title and marketing role for healthcare. If you think about it a brand used to be what a company told you it was but today a brand is what people tell each other so it makes sense to really look at all those touch points just as you said because in their hospital example if one touch point sales that's what they're going to talk about. That's going to become the brand. So you've gotta be perfect in sort of three hundred sixty degree view of everything. The customer is experiencing. Because as I said the customers are the marketers today if we see ads we don't believe that anymore but we believe each other. We believe our friends. We believe our families. We believe business leaders. We believe technical experts and we believe these people called influencers. Who really are just trusted friends? That are online a strategy being enacted by the hospital there. I think that makes a lot of sense. I want to pick up on that. We may have less trust in our institutions today than perhaps ever and we have greater confidence and trust in the authenticity of our friends family. And and as you said these influencers so I'm a brand and we need to figure out. How a brand inserts himself into this new environment where they are known and they are engaging in a conversation and be authentic about it when they're presenting themselves in. Is there a secret sauce? Way To be authentic. When you know that you're inserting yourself as a marketing or a brand. That's trying to influence opinion or purchase behavior. I think it really requires a different mindset and I hinted at earlier where I said lot of the mindset of the marketing of the past. Is I'm broadcasting at you and I'm going to change you and today it's more like I wanna come alongside you and help you and I think the first thing in any business is before marketing matters at all. You've got to deliver the goods right. The hospital you talked about the gotta do everything right. A restaurant you go to nobis care about their marketing. Nobis took care about telling their story if the service was bad or they couldn't find a parking space or the bathrooms were a mess. Barking begins with delivering the goods. And then after that. I think great marketing today is beginning to identify. What is a story about view? That's authentic that's interesting. That's relevant so. I was at a restaurant the other day and they had this story on the table about some of the historic surroundings of this building and they had a story on the table about some of the special storms were. They were getting ingredients for their food. Now that is believable. It's authentic. It's interesting it's something that I would want to tell my friends and it's relevant and so that's not an you know that's not of some public relations thing but it's a way to get the means to understand the story so there's lots of ways today that we have to think about. How do we start to enter the conversation? Offline how do we start to enter the conversation online and most important? How do we encourage other people to spread the story? One of the big buzzword today and for the last ten years it's been content marketing and so watson companies are spending millions and millions of dollars creating all this content that nobody ever really sees the economic value of content. That's not seen and shared is zero so in every aspect of marketing it really today depends on getting customers getting consumers to carry the story forward. That's really where marketing today. How do we enter that? Two-thirds two thirds of our marketing is occurring without us. How do we get invited to that? That's really what marketing is going to be looking like in the future wonderful. Well I wish we had more time together mark. You have so much to share. I hope we'll continue this conversation and we will see what integrate later this year. You provided US great relevant interesting and authentic insights and we'll see you in West Virginia soon. You've been listening to Wvu Marketing Communications today. Brought to you live from West Virginia.
Coronavirus puts local health officials on guard after patient in isolation in Clark County
"Schaefer other maybe a possible case of coronavirus import county according to the southern Nevada health district the person currently in isolation at a local hospital we'll be continually monitored and tested by the centers for disease control yes an H. P. said there are four types of coronavirus the CDC currently only have the capability to test for the novel coronavirus which is what the person here in Clark County is being
Parnas presented to Ukrainians as speaking on Trump's behalf
"You're really at the time was the general. The first thing I did this to introduce myself and tell them I'm here on behalf of really Giuliani beyond the president of the United States. And I'd like to put you on speakerphone for you. Know to confirm which we did we put you on. The phone rudy relate to him basically that we were there on behalf of the president of the United States. And you were there to speak on president. Trump's behalf exhibited those exact words. Mr Parnasse says that when he was taking meetings to advance this scheme taking meetings with various government officials in Ukraine he says it was a regular occurrence. It was the way those meetings started. He would put rudy. Giuliani on phone on the speakerphone in the room and he would say explicitly. Mr Giuliani would say explicitly that as the president's personal attorney he could affirm that left Parnis. was there air at that meeting. In Ukraine to speak on behalf of the President of the United States Donald Trump in May of last year may twenty nineteen. Mr Giuliani started speaking with reporters about his plans to travel himself to Ukraine to try to enlist the Ukrainian government's assistance to help hoped his client president trump. Basically in his re-election effort he said he was going to Ukraine to try to get them to announce investigations into Vice President Biden because that would be very very helpful to his client in the resulting firestorm of criticism. Mr Giuliani's trip was called off in May when he called off the trip. Mr Giuliani Johny made public statements. Criticizing the new government of Ukraine saying that Ukraine's new president was surrounded by enemies of the United States and for Ukraine that it was a really big deal right Ukraine. A country at war with Russia is a country very much dependent on both the reality and the perception of their having strong support from the United States government. And so when Mr Giuliani as the president's personal attorneys started making public claims the new Ukrainian president was surrounded by enemies of the United States of America. That's why he wasn't going to Ukraine at that point. The Ukrainian government kind of freaked out that kind of criticism from the new administration for their new new president in Ukraine. And that's a potential death sentence for their country so at the time that happened left part was in Ukraine in Kiev. At the time all of that happened and he told me today that he was tasked by Rudy Giuliani in that moment to crank up the pressure on the government of Ukraine to make even more insistent and obvious is an even more onerous this threat and this demand that Ukraine must announce investigations into Joe Biden. Or else it. Did you meet with Ukrainian official name. Sergei Schaefer Circuit Schaefer is a very senior aide to presidents Alinsky. It has been reported as far as we understand from public reporting that you conveyed to Mr Schaffer. The exact quid pro bowl that you wanted Celeski Alinsky to announce investigations into Joe Biden or military aid would not be released to Ukraine. Is that accurate. It was a little bit more than that Aw Basically The message that that was supposed to die gave Sergei Schaefer was a very harsh message that was told to be to give it to him in a very harsh way. A not in a pleasant way to give it to harshly mayor Guiliani Rudy told me After a meeting the president the White House he called me. His message was wasn't just military. It was all eight. Basically the relationships would be sour. You would stop giving him any kind of aid that unless that there was an announcement made several several demands at that point a the most important one is the announcement of the bite. Ministration did you also convey convey to him that the US government would stop showing support for mistress Alinsky. They wouldn't attend the inauguration those that was the biggest thing. Actually that was the that was the main Wasn't because at that time you have to understand the way you create now is for presents alinsky winning on that platform being a young president and not really having any experience the number one end being at war with Russia at the time the number one thing for them was not even eight and I know it sounds crazy but it was more of a support for the president resident by having a White House. Visit by having a big inauguration by having all the dignitaries there that was the key and at that time There were already aware because of their Conversations with the I guess what the embassy that President Vice President Pence was supposed to come to the inauguration was already discussed and they were replanning and now they were just working on days. That would be good for him at our meeting. I was very very heated. Conversation from our part to him. Basically telling What needs to be done? I mean basically me and at the at the at in the conversation. I told him that if he doesn't the announcement it was the key at that time because of the nation the pence would not show up. Nobody would show up to his inauguration unless he announced an investigation into Joe Biden No. US officials Dell's particularly vice president. Mike Pence would not come to do so the day after that meeting that you had on the twelfth. Aw I believe it was the following day that in fact vice-president pence is a visit to the inauguration was cancelled after my phone. Call the conversation conversation that I laid out to. Mr Schaffer was basically what I was told to do. By Giuliani of the president. And then afterwards I relate back to them saying that he's going to get back to me later tonight and we're supposed to meet then around eight o'clock or nine o'clock at night. I texted back against saying any word. What's the situation and at that point Because because
Iran ‘Concludes’ Attacks, Foreign Minister Says
"Schaefer around foreign minister is calling a ballistic missile attack on a rocky bases housing U. S. troops a proportionate measure in self defense foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also tweeted early Wednesday that Iran does not seek escalation or war will defend itself against any
Teens charged with murder of photographer after pushing log off cliff
"This morning we're learning to teenage boys in Ohio will be tried as adults for the murder of a photographer who was killed on Labor Day after being hit by a log at a park on September second Victoria Schaefer without taking senior pictures for a group of high school students and Hocking hills state park in Ohio that's when the photographer and mother of four was struck by a six foot long seventy four pound log that fell from above without warning it killed her instantly students and other witnesses immediately called nine one one slow down I can't understand you you what happened I think he said more local stays her chest rising and falling and there's no movement at the time the stories began investigating whether the tree section was dislodged on purpose last month they determined to sixteen year old boys did in fact push the log intentionally this is not an accident this was not something that just happened but one of the boys attorneys argues his client had no idea of the law would kill someone cannot prove murder which is the most serious of the charges unless they can prove that this log was pushed over the edge knowing that it would kill somebody and I I do not think they can do that Ohio law
South Dakota man executed for 1992 stabbing death of doughnut shop co-worker
"There's an empty cell on death row in South Dakota after the Supreme Court refused to stop its Charles Russell Ryan's was lethally injected for stabbing donut shop worker Donovan Schaefer to death during a nineteen ninety two robbery Ryan said appealed his sentence claiming among other things that south Dakota's lethal injection protocol could be long and painful the witnesses said Ryan's passed out quickly and it was all over in about five minutes well and used his last words to forgive the victims parents for their hate and anger towards him Donovan shavers mother said afterwards she had none it is long since forgiven Ryan's Jack Callahan fox
Fentanyl Now Officially Causes the Most Drug Overdose Deaths in the U.S.
"Fenton all is now the leading cause of opioid overdose deaths in san francisco it has surpassed prescription pills and heroin courting to the san francisco chronicle k._c._b._s.'s margie schaefer reports deaths are increasing despite the use of opioid reversal agents in two thousand ten six people died in san francisco fennel overdoses and twenty eighteen that number grew to fifty seven deaths according to the san francisco chronicle knows about fifty to one hundred times more potent than heroin that his medical director of addiction at stanford university on a lemke who says fenton all with once added to heroin or elicit xanax or mixed with other drugs it's now being sold on its own people with the disease of addiction actually seeking out no because for much less of the drug they get more potent high first responders in san francisco arkansas national leaders in providing the opioid overdose reversal agent lock zone but some are frustrated that often the same people are resuscitate multiple times what we need to do a better job of not just in terms cisco but nationally is finding ways to convince people who are overdosing to get to get into treatment some fennel users claim they prefer to smoke fenton all then shoot heroin and risk
Ex-Stanford sailing coach avoids prison in U.S. college admissions scandal
"Former Stanford sailing coach John van damore, the first person sentenced in the college, admissions bribery scheme apologized to its friends family. The sailing team and Stanford during the sentencing hearing, and the US district judge sentenced him to one day in prison deemed serve. Learn much for my mistake, and it will take those Ford in my life legal analyst. Stephen Clark says he was treated kindly by the court for two reasons. The first is that he did not personally gain from these illicit payments, but I think most important was his early acknowledgement of responsibility, and guilt, and his contrition, this case has exposed the lengths that some wealthy parents have gone to get their kids into top schools some bay area. Parents have admitted their responsibility Clark says judges look favorably upon defendants who acknowledge responsibility early case Laurie Laughlin on the other hand, who may be perceived as dragging her feet could still be facing a significant prison sentence. Meanwhile, Stanford says it is committed to learning from this deeply unfortunate episode Margie Schaefer,
John Van Demar, Margie Schaefer And Stanford discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"Forty three. A former Stanford sailing coach has avoided prison time after he admitted to accepting bribes in college. Admissions cheating scandal KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports not all defendants are likely to face the same outcome. However, former sailing coach John van demar pleaded guilty to taking money for Stanford sailing program in exchange for labeling perspective students as team recruits. I'm here to take
Two US Women's Soccer Players Hail From Small Bay Area High School
"The women's world soccer team World Cup soccer team setting multiple records in thirteen meal win over. Thailand team has several players who went to college in California, and his KCBS mortgage Schaefer, reports, a couple of teammates went to the same high school in Atherton Sacred, Heart prep and Atherton has to alumni on the World Cup team. If you came to the Barry wouldn't think this is the soccer school. It's a has a very strong talker program, but is not the soccer dynasty is not this. Powerhouse longtime teacher at Sacred, Heart prep, and former varsity women's soccer. Coach Jake Moffitt says it's statistically improbable that both Abby doll camper and Tierney, Davidson would come from the same high school. There's a six year gap between the two the never played together. But they play the same position that both play centreback though in high school, they'd never played that position because both of them are so good that in high school game they need to be in the center of the midfield. They need to be touching the ball, all the time Moffat and his daughter are headed to France to watch the next two matches in the first row in Paris for the second game on Sunday and then head up to Normandy and watch them play Sweden. USA is the defending champion coming up to this tournament. And at home, they look great Eknath Margie Schaefer.
"Nashville Flipped" star Troy Dean Shafer has died at 38
"And the star of Nashville flipped his passed away unexpectedly. The family of Troy Schaefer revealing this week he died in his sleep late last month, the age of thirty eight shave for reportedly did not have any known. Medical issues. A toxicology report will be finalized in the coming weeks. Nashville flipped aired on the DIY network and followed shapers he restored and flipped historic homes and the national
Gap and Old Navy are splitting up
"San Francisco based gap is splitting into and the market. Like, the news KCBS is Margie. Schaefer reports on the challenges and opportunities ahead. Gap says it is creating two independent publicly traded companies low priced old navy and a yet to be named company, which will include the gap brand athletic banana Republic intermix and he'll city Republic. These particular brands have not innovative in addition to that so many of their locations are really poor. They're not working tumors are calling. So a lot of stores will be that will help them that is consumer psychologists kit. Yaro who says old navy? Heavy is offering what consumers want and they deserve to have more attention on their brand to innovate. Hey, CBS business. Reporter Jason Brooks pointed to last year's number. So a sales for the flagship chain down five percent while old navy sales were up by three percent and made up half the overall revenue probably one of the things that is helping out. The stock is that the company is going to close two hundred thirty stores that's one in five gaps out there in the market tends to cheer cost cutting measures. But long-term gap is going to have to prove they can grow sales. Atlas founded in San Francisco fifty years ago
Engineered yeast can brew up the active ingredients in cannabis plants
"Science now has a way to get the active ingredients from marijuana without actually going growing rather a pot plant KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from Emeryville on the brakes through claimed by scientists from UC Berkeley, professor of chemical. Bioengineering J Kiessling in his team at UC Berkeley have figured out a way to make cannabis compounds without plants. In fact, he says it's better than plants. We've taken the genes out of cannabis that are responsible for producing THC, and we put them into yeast you can grow yeast on sugar, and it produces CBD or THC depending on which genes it has in it just like bring beer, his company Dimitri is working on making the yeast a super producer with the goal of large-scale production for pharmaceutical or cosmetic companies where production would take just one to two weeks. Everything we do in my laboratory over Dmitry is approved by the DA. We follow all of the federal guidelines. What advantage of yeast production is to simplify production of pure compounds and measure them, we'll be able to supply high-quality pure can happen for the consumer a decade ago, his lab engineered an anti malarial
Suspect accused of killing cop makes first court appearance
"Colleagues family and friends packed the courtroom where he's accused killer who startled Peres Ariaca based Stanislas county judge for the first time instead of hearing the defendant, enter a plea to murder and other charges. They heard his attorney declared that Arianga may not be fit for trial. A doctor will now examine his mental state and report back to the court at his next appearance scheduled for five weeks from now sings family did not answer reporters questions before or after the hearing. They were greeted by dozens of supporters holding signs with slogans like back. The blue and Justice for corporal sing, our youngest supporters also came and went in silence in Modesto lane KCBS, family and supporters of a woman shot and killed by San Jose police on Christmas day gathered near the site of the shooting today. KCBS KCBS's Margie Schaefer reports they're calling for criminal charges against the four
Coastal Pacific Oxygen Levels Now Plummet Once A Year
"News, not so good for fish oxygen levels along the Pacific coast. Now plummet once a year usually in the summer, creating hypotheses events killing fish KCBS. Margaret Schaefer reports with climate change these events could get worse pitcher the ocean. Like a layer cake says Oregon state university professor and co chair of the California high poxy a science task force Francis. Chan where the ocean has layers of oxygen in the bottom of the ocean can have reload wash levels, and sometimes levels are so low that marine life actually suffocates most likely to be affected our CQ comers and see stars says fish more often than not skedaddle two more oxygen rich waters climate change. We'll make things worse. Warmer water holds less
"schaefer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Nobody nobody nobody agrees and then spiderman i mean you know i mean there's so many characters like you know everybody's got somebody to love but with guardians i like artie guardians aspect of if he were really really boosted it for me like very excited to see all of them and then they split up the guardians cleverly so that like you know in two different story lines you still have some guardians gets very guardians heavy war that's that's not a bad thing yeah he's amazing he's very good all right well thank you for being here and let's say hello to another you know i've had so many guests for so many years i lose track sometimes but i'm pretty sure that this is the first time that we've had sara schaefer on this show is that true yes it is true first time ever i've been a big fan for a long time your you know your stand up comedy and your tv shows and your podcast and thank you for for being here for this thank you for having every eight it what do you what do you have to lately oh you know just fifty you know the relatives ask that we go but what do you do it in show business now oh bunch of things that you don't get understand dumb relatives well i love this one it's i can't talk about it there's a thing you can't talk one i love that but i've got so many things that can't talk about because they're not things at all so i don't talk about that shit.
"schaefer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Why is that it seems like it's a different it's a it's a different endgame than than than some sports yeah you know the first of all you have to play to get here you know you have to win four games and that's a little bit of a grand you know you're you're out of your normal schedule you know the regular season you establish a schedule when it comes tournament time the ncwa tells you what your schedule we will be i was listening to vic there in the segment that played before you came on coach schafer talking about the demands once you get to the final four and that's where the greatest change has occurred since nineteen eighty three in when we played in our first one is just the demands from a media standpoint the time that it takes out of the coaches day the players day there's always it seems like there's always something that you need to go do aside from prepare yourself to play in it can be a great distraction well you mentioned vic schaefer and it was on this friday night a year ago everyone saw the shocking upset this year it's different people were expecting him to win this first game that probably won't expect him to win the next one assuming everybody gets bob but let's first talk about tonight what what does he face against louisville well you know for yeah yeah it's different than a year ago it's amazing how things can change when you win some games and mississippi state is worn them at a record pace you know but they're playing against a louisville team that has a rich tradition jeff walls has done a fabulous job they're this is not their first rate rodeo although it is the louisville players on this team's first final four so i think mississippi state has a little bit of an advantage there you know personnel was i think the two teams are different i heard vic say that they were similar i think their different you know mccowan inside for mississippi state represents something that no one else in this final four has a six seven big bodied strong if fishing offensive and defensive player louisville counters with with an athletic team with forwards who are versatile who can shoot from the parameter put it on the deck drive it back to the rim and it'll be interesting.
"schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Offer council legal help to unrepresented detainees kcbs his margie schaefer reports san francisco is now looking to create a universal representation program something like the one now offered in new york for people who were caught up in immigration rate as hundreds protested recent attainments by ice public defender jeff adachi admitted not everyone is getting the help they need curling now representing about a hundred people ear and with a number of people who are being detained now increasing they're probably 13 4000 people without lawyers and immigration unit was created in the public defenders office in san francisco and its pass may we knew this was coming the trump administration has made any secret of the fact that their targeting sanctuary city i'm surprised at how sloppy their operation is a dante explaining many of the people arrested in these most recent raise are not criminals while ice has said they were targetting criminals being japaneseamerican move by persia grandparents were in turner in the war they did have a right to a lawyer blabber told myself if i was ever in a position to help out i would suffer from here adachi saying the goal in san francisco is tomato new york where there is universal representation where every person detained by isis given access to a lawyer in san francisco marqui schaefer kcbs six dared cases over the bill with both of of west plus bonn let's check in with jason stand the market looking to bounce back after a couple of tough session sense so far so good dow's up 23 points at twenty five thousand fifty two nasdaq gaining fourteen points to seventy to eighty seven sp of four points at twenty seven seventeen coming up at six fifty five facebook and google face increasing pressure in europe on getting rid of terrorist content jason will check back with you then a crazy mourning in the traffic and weather department the.
"schaefer" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk
"Echoed ilford they're totally does this they took me say like wait the wind just come back from it added on the nascar to you what a guy in phnom coma agai mira baltimore and governor of the state ira i think he was computer data graham stitch moped over four as yassin air reich boy oh my what a time to be alive uh lord to people don't we're talking about right now the just google william donald schaefer and then compare that to a picture of roger penske nowadays go go away donna schaefer in the 80s yes and then google a picture of a roger roger penske today up the up now they could go um and then on top of it okay so they got the banquet and before it used to be this like they they thought it was in the ward show every word show every word show the you ever see on tv the people putting together the awards show think that you want to see an award show in the end all you want to seize who won right more in nascar's case they think the same thing even though we all know who why before we even go in said they came away like the other awards before the damn thing happens exactly and that's what they did this time to at the myers brothers breakfasts thing they give away all the other awards and then than the nascar awards being used to be like the top 10 in the top twelve in the tops again everybody has given speeches and every but his uncomfortable.