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Fresh update on "scott miller" discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

00:34 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "scott miller" discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Likely needs to talk to you, but you guys haven't had any prior incidents. What's that conversation going to be like? I mean, you know, I keep hearing these guys, but you know, I'll just add it to the list of guys when I get a chance, they're gonna get it. Gonna get it later in the playoffs or is this something that carries over to next year? It just works itself out. We'll be racing each other at some point and he'll lose a lot of spots 'cause he's, you know, race to me. So it's just, this is heart racing, obviously. I'm fine with heart racing, but recommend under caution is obviously not what we were bargained for. Let's work our way through this, I guess, starting with because NASCAR didn't act here because they said that they didn't have eyes on William Byron spinning Denny Hamlin under caution. Should Byron have been penalized, first of all, if NASCAR were to see it. Do you feel like NASCAR missed a call there that they should have penalized William Byron for what happened? That is a great question because I'm going to say if you spend somebody under caution, the answer is yes. You should be penalized. Because now I'm going to go back. I'm going to throw my safety chip back in because you have safety workers on the track. When the whole point of a caution is, stop, slow down. We've got somebody in trouble. We got to send somebody out there. I think drivers forget that too. I think a lot of people forget that. The caution means slow down, man. We got to get somebody needs help. So I think you should be penalized. There should be ramifications for running into somebody under caution. Now, I don't know, I've not seen the ratings for yesterday's race, nor have I. Yeah, but let's just say, let's just say a million and a half people watch the race. So you're telling me a million and a half people saw it and the people in NASCAR stand in their little suite up there didn't see it because we talked about it forever throughout that caution. That whole caution laps long. Yeah, we talked about it. Which was 8 or ten minutes. So I can't believe they missed it. I don't buy that, okay? I don't believe, honestly, when you see his in car camera, when you see, when I see his in car camera, I believe he meant to run up there and the words of the great Dale Earnhardt senior rattle as cage. Byron did Byron to him. Bumping and say, don't appreciate dude. I think he called him just right as they come through that little trial right there and just send him out in the grass. As we talk about them, we talk about these cars not lining up and not being able to push all the time. You know what I mean and being in the wrong place. If you watch Denny's car as they come through there it moves to a certain he hits him in a wrong place and sends him around. Right wrong and different. Only two people know, only one person knows. William Byron. He's the only one that knows. So we can talk about. But it did send him out through the grass. So if I'm going to penalize Byron, I got to penalize him now. To come back on a Tuesday, no. I'm not going to penalize him. That's got to be back on me as the official. It's like watching an NFL game on Monday morning as an official and saying, I missed that call. You just missed it. I can't go back and take that holding call. Totally changes the game. You let the game go and you miss the call. That's back on you. So I think NASCAR has to take responsibility for that and say, miss the call, we're not going to let it happen again. We'll put more eyes on TV cameras, their own monitors, whatever. We'll do the best we can. Just as NASCAR had, again, had rain at Daytona, and yesterday just stopped and said, we're not going to let it rain on this racetrack. They learn from their mistake. Learn from this. If you truly miss this call, then you can't call it. Making a call on a Tuesday is worse than the comments they said we didn't see it. Yeah, it doesn't feel right to me to retroactive punishment. I think they might, but I agree with you. And it also feels wrong to me in that the guy who really got hurt here was Denny. Denny went from being second or third or whatever to be in way back in the pack and had to work as a way all the way back through traffic and got up to finish tenth, but potentially could have won the race. It doesn't address that at all. I don't want to put you on the spot KP, but oh, that's right. I mean, multiple NASCAR officials, namely Scott Miller, said we were in the tower,

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Make the lineup move. They've got pretty good base running, smart base runners. Defensively, they're good. Pitching rotation and bullpen is very good. So, I mean, you look at all aspects of the game. Right now, no, I mean, no weaknesses. And they're just bludgeoning everybody. The thing that could turn into weakness is and this is true for everybody is injuries. And you know, Stanton went on the IL briefly, but he's back in so far, judge and Stanton who you always have to kind of be concerned with. Staying in the lineup so far, both of those guys have had pretty much relatively injury free seasons other than, like I say, stand going on. I all wants, but they've been healthy. So right now, they've got it all. Health pitching, starting pitching, relief pitching, power, on base percentage base running. You don't want to play the Yankees right now. No. Scott last question for you. I know you are obviously a shoe autani guy I read you on Twitter. I am as well by the way. I think he's the best player in baseball. No offense to Mike Trout, but Trump may be a better hitter, but no one's better overall. He's going to have to get paid soon, what kind of and I've read guys like buster only talking about this, but Scott, when the time comes in the next year or two to pay Shohei Ohtani, what are we talking about for a guy who is a legitimately a number one ace and legitimately a top hitter in any line that you put him in, what's his value out there because we've never seen this before? Now we have it. I mean, you look at his teammate, you mentioned Mike Trout as what a $426 million deal. In ohtani can beat you in more ways, no offense, like you said to Mike Trout, but ohtani could beat you in any number of ways. More ways than drought because drought doesn't start every 6 days for the age old. So, you know, again, it comes down to health, but you wonder if you could be the first half a $1 billion guy. First 500 million contract. I don't see why not. It's going to be really interesting when, by the way, he's a free agent after the 2023 season. So tani, he and the angels, this upcoming winner, he'll be eligible for arbitration and then next year, you know, I was where the rubber hits the road. He'll be in his free agency in 2023. And you know, he's interesting with him, you know, I said a little bit ago, judge has made it clear. He's going to sign if and when he hit his free agent market he's made clear it's going to go to the top contract offer ohtani end of last year made it clear he wants to win. And that's where it becomes really interesting with the angels because he's a guy they have to re sign. But Anthony Rendon being there, that 7 year $345 million contract is going to make it really complicated for the angels to fit trout Rendon and ohtani in. And if the angels, you know, they hit the skids again this year. If they don't win, definitely could be looking elsewhere. It's unbelievable what he has done. I mean, as you said, you know, he beats you any which way pitching and hitting. Scott Miller. SiriusXM MLB network radio analyst author just a great dude. Scott always appreciate you hopping on the show, man. Have a great weekend. Dan, you too, my pleasure. Thank you and take care. Awesome stuff there from Scott Miller. I mean, that's the thing though. In art, you're a southern Cal guy and I know you're a Dodger fan, but as a baseball fan, you know, I don't care what uniform this guy wears. And I know you hate the angels being a Dodger fan the way that as a Yankee fan, I hate the mets. But if Shohei Ohtani was wearing the mets color of, I call it puke orange and blue, the reality is I would stop and watch. He's one of those rare guys that you stop and watch. Either when he's at the plate or when he's on the mound. Because he is literally one of the top ten players in both. It's unbelievable. You're a baseline. I've never seen this before when you have to go back to Babe Ruth and by the way, Babe Ruth really never did both in the same year. When he started hitting, they made him stop pitching. He didn't have a career way he did both for multiple years. The way that ohtani's doing right now. I mean, he's worth $50 million, right? Oh, absolutely. Yes. I mean, you can admit it as a Dodger fan. I mean, you gotta admire the guy does regardless of being an angel. When the Dodgers aren't playing, I love to watch the angels. It trout in ohtani. Oh my gosh. A Rendon is always hurt. I mean, I don't know what they're going to do with that guy, but trout and Otani, oh man, you know what they're gonna do with Rendon? Nothing, 'cause they can't get rid of that. Exactly. What a terrible contract, by the way. And that's gonna be an albatross hanging. The way that the Josh Hamilton contract, the way that the Albert Pujols contract, the way that the remember that pitcher Wilson, right? CJ Wilson. That contract. All these contracts that poor Artie Moreno sign, he spends money, but he always gives it to the wrong guys, apparently. Wrong guys, and he's got bad luck. Bad luck. Although everybody knew pools is contract was just idiotic. The Cardinals knew smartly. Let's not give pools that kind of money because they realized a, the whispers about the age, but also you can't give a guy that's like 30, 31 at the time, a ten year contract. And already gave it to him and got burned. But Shohei Ohtani will be 28 years old in a couple of weeks, which means he will be 29 when he hits free agency at the end of next year, prime. He's in his prime. That's an 8 year contract there, right? 8 years, 400 million? Wow. Is that what we're looking at here? Ten years, 500 million? Because I mentioned a name before. You don't think a guy like Steve Cohen with the mets. Who doesn't care how much money it takes to win, right? And the mets are winning by the way. Second best record in baseball behind the Yankees because he hired the right manager and buck showalter a great baseball mind, by the way. And he spent money. He brought in players. He's got a pitching staff. He's got, and by the way, they're winning without, you know, Scherzer's missed half the season, de Grom hasn't pitched yet for the mets, and yet they got the best record in the national league. So look, you know, if you're Steve Cohen and you're worth $14 billion, whatever it is, Shohei Ohtani hits free agency at the end of 2023 and you heard Scott Miller say to him it's all about winning. Why not write him a check for half a $1 billion? And now that you have the DH in the national league, you have the dates and the national league. He can do both. He can do both. Pitch him every 6 days. And then you let him DH. Play a little outfield here and there. I mean, that three run home run he hit to win that or to send that game in texture, anything's a couple of days ago. I mean, unbelievable. Sky is Emily. It's honestly, it's it's mind-blowing.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Today, literally about 20 minutes ago, Aaron judge's arbitration hearing began, Yankees had made a last ditch midway point offer of $19 million. They offered 17 he wants 21, they offered 19. He rejected that. A lot going on with baseball. Scott Miller, SiriusXM MLB network radio analyst also author joining us here and Scott are the Yankees playing with fire here. I mean, you don't want to just obviously write a blank check to a guy, but when he's a year away from being able to hit free agency and you have a guy named Steve Cohen across talent the mets and the Giants of course near his hometown, should the Yankees try to keep him as happy as possible when you talk about Aaron judge. All right, do we have Scott? All right, don't hear Scott. You got me now? There you are, buddy. All right, Scott, I didn't have you there for a second. Are the Yankees playing with fire with Aaron judge here? You know, it's like they're if they do a damned if they don't. They made it clear and we saw it last winter in the people thought they should go out to Carlos Correa. And they didn't. They didn't go after him. They didn't go after Corey Seeger. They made a trade with Minnesota, they brought in Isaiah. Isaiah kinder falafel at short. And basically that's indicative. The Yankees are trying to not just buy everything. But with judge, he's a homegrown guy. And two things. One, judge has an injury history. You know, he's a big body guy. He's gotten hurt a lot. So is it wise to make a long-term investment in a guy that has shown that he's this year, at least he stayed off the injured list, but historically he hasn't. Yet, if they don't make that investment, then certainly PR wise, it's going to be a pretty big hit. For the Yankees, because obviously the kind of your judges having, he's leading them. The Yankees are compiling and producing what looks like could be a historic season. And judge is right there in the middle of it and needless to say that people in New York loving, but judged by his actions as indicated, he's going to take the biggest contract he can get if and when he hits the free agent market, whether that's Yankees or somebody else. Scott, do you think legacy needs to play somewhat of a role he is beloved by the fan base, he of course has gotten the baton straight from Derek Jeter. He will be the next captain of the Yankees. There will be a spot in monument park from heck you may even have, you know, definitely a plaque, maybe a retired number and possibly a monument, the way that his career is gone, do you think that matters at all or you think literally it's a couple more million bucks here and I'm signing wherever. You mean, does it matter to him or to the Yankees to him? Yeah, to him more. I mean, Yankees obviously they'll play that game. Right. Yeah, to him, I don't know. You know, it's a good question. You would think it would matter. But question is, as I said, he's shown a willingness to play that game of chicken with Yankees and go elsewhere. And he hasn't tipped his hand a lot. He's from California and he's a little bit of a different sort of guy. I would think, yes, to answer your question. I would think that legacy potential captaincy, monument park, all that stuff. And it's a little bit early. In his career to say all of this as a given, but from his perspective with a chance at that, you would think it would matter. Yeah, I would think you would hope. I mean, you know, that people care about baseball history and things like that, although the younger players say it don't seem to know as much about that. Our buddy Scott Miller series XML be network radio analyst and author joining us here on the rich eisen show Dan Schwartzman infra rich. Yankees are 52 and 18 and I watch his team fairly regularly pretty much nightly and you kind of always wonders they're gonna be a shoe that drops, but through 70 games, are they what they are? Are they really this good or should there be some pause for, you know, cause for pause at some point here because right now they're the best team in baseball, but we've seen in the past that they always have a weakness. Is there a weakness right now on this team? No, not right now. I mean, it's incredible what they're doing. And no, that's one reason they're so good. You could point to weaknesses in the past and I've said the past several years, I thought their lineup was not constructed well. They were two one dimensional, too much power, too many, but that came with too many strikeouts. The brilliance of this year's team is acquiring Anthony Rizzo last year and then I mentioned the kind of philosophy trade bringing a Josh down from Minnesota. They still have a strikeouts in their lineup, but it's a much better balance lineup. These guys, they've got some on base percentage guys now that.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"All that, of course, the NBA draft occurring last night at the Barclays center in Brooklyn, New York. By the way, a great venue for basketball. I've gone to a basketball game there. I've been to a bunch of boxing matches there. It's a terrible venue for hockey, by the way, the islanders played there for a few years and then finally shipped themselves back east, I guess, to the island. Because they just couldn't stand playing at Barclays center, just not a great place for hockey. Awesome place again, though, for basketball. Oh, our buddy art Martinez, on the other side of the glass, good morning. And I'll tell you. Good afternoon, good morning, whatever it is. Good evening to those out in Europe somewhere where it's like 6 o'clock in England, which is Australia. We're Australia. What's the next day there in Tokyo? It's about 2 a.m. right now, so either you're coming home from the bars or you're heading out to the bars. You're heading out to the barns Tokyo never sleeps. Let me tell you that. I know from experience, but the NBA draft yesterday are always fun. I do enjoy watching it. And I always love that question. Well, who's the winner of the draft? How the hell do I know? I mean, these guys haven't played a minute in the NBA yet. They haven't signed their rookie contracts yet. How am I supposed to tell you who's a winner who's a loser? Oh yeah, Orlando won because they took Paolo Ben Caro from duke number one overall. All right, in a couple years, we might say that they won. Or he might say that it's a bus, but let me tell you something interesting here. Paolo Ben Caro has big shoes to fill because the Orlando Magic have literally never failed with the number one pick in a draft. Are you ready for this? 1992, they take a pretty good player out of Ellis you named Shaquille O'Neal first overall. The next year they take a kid out of Michigan called Chris Webber now they deal him for Anthony Hardaway, but couldn't go wrong with either penny or Chris Webber, right? So pretty good there, Shaq and Chris Webber both first overall picks. Then you have to go from 19 90 three all the way to 2004 and they took a high schooler from Atlanta named Dwight Howard. Okay? So I've taken three big men, I mean, obviously Webber's not as big as Howard and Shaq. He's more a power forward than a center, but you're looking at literally hitting on all three of your picks. I mean, that is incredible odds, right? That's an impressive trio of basketball players. I love the history lesson. You like that, right? You listen to this show, you get yourself a nice history lesson. But you're talking three studs, Shaq Hall of Famer, Chris Webber's right up there. Dwight Howard in his prime was a dominant force right in a 20 and 14 type of player. And now you bring in, you know, Paolo Ben Carroll from duke. And again, I don't know if he's going to be any good. We really don't know. We won't know for a little while yet. But I'll tell you who is clearly the winner from last night's draft at the Barclays center. This is an obvious answer. It's the duke blue Devils. All right? It's not an actual NBA team. It's not a player, although I do have one player that I think did fare well in this draft, it's the fact that duke had four players picked in the first 26 picks and they had 5 players total chosen in the two rounds of the draft when you throw in Trevor keels who went to the New York Knicks in the second round. What was there anybody else close? In terms of number of picks like that, I don't believe so, Kentucky had two players in the first round, Kansas had, I believe, two players in the first round as well. And I think that's it for schools with multiple first round picks. In this draft. There may have been a lot of duke had four guys. I mean, you look at Paolo banquero going one, then you have the back to back players of 15 Mark Williams at 16 AJ Griffin and then at 26 you had Wendell Moore junior. Four guys in the top 26, here's why they win. Because half the game in college basketball or college athletics in general is recruiting, right? You have to bring in talented players if you want to vie for a national championship, it's one thing to go get the guy. It's another thing to then obviously nurture them and get the most out of them. Well, isn't it easier now with the transfer portal? Well, yeah, it is. Listen to transporters, I absolutely mess. And at some point they're gonna have to close some of the loopholes, I guess, in this transfer portal because it's become the wild west out there, right? I'm not happy with my playing time. I'm gonna transfer and I get to play next year. I don't even have to sit out anymore, right? But if you're duke, and by the way, duke loses players to the transfer portal because you're too good. And some of these guys just can't break into a lineup and you see why, right? When you have 5 guys drafted, four in the top 26, you might be a 5 star kid or a high four star kid coming out of high school. It doesn't mean squat because you can't get on the court at duke, you might as well go somewhere else. But the other end of that coin is, you just wait because they're all going to get drafted. And then you want to wait. But you don't want to wait, though, because guys want to leave after the first, they're not there for a degree art. Serious backseat, right? So what do you do? What do you do? You got to leave. So if you're, you know, if your dream is to be one and done or max go two years, and you get to duke and you realize you're not going to play that first year, maybe it's time to look around, shop yourself around, have a big sophomore year because the problem is this, all right? Because in year two, it's not as if duke's not bringing in four more 5 star guys, right? Every year they're bringing it up a plethora of 5 star prospects. That's true. True. Yeah, there's no guarantee that just because you sat there on the bench for a year and you practice with the team for a year that you're guaranteed that starting spot year two because the guy ahead of you goes in the NBA draft because they may bring in the number one recruit in the nation that happens to play your position. And guess what? They're probably going to start over you. And the longer you stay in college, the more people look at you as if you have three eyes and they say, what's wrong with you? Why are you still in college? I remember Kentucky would have like three freshmen and two like juniors and you're going to yourself those juniors must not be very good because why are they still there? Right? I mean, that's the irony of this is, yeah, I commend you for being there and hopefully getting your degree in whatever it is, but you must not be that good because you haven't left after your first or second year. So the older you get, it ain't like a fine wine here art where the better you are, you know? The longer you stay, the more question marks there are as to why you're staying and you haven't left yet. Because we know academics is probably not gonna be the answer. So you have a mess of guys obviously in the transfer portal. Now sometimes it's numbers. Look, look at the NFL Draft. Jameson Williams out of Alabama the wide receiver that went, what, 12 to 13th? The only reason why he even played at Alabama last year is because he couldn't get on the field at Ohio State because there was Garrett Wilson, there was Chris olave to first.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Who would have thought two months ago that Cortez would be stepping up and doing what he's doing, that's been a phenomenal story. But that's part of the fun of the game and the season, right? I mean, all winter long, you know, we watch other than the lockout last year, but normally, you know, we watch all these teams put together their rosters. We look at it on paper and we make our evaluations and then a season starts and usually the season shows us that even if we think we're very knowledgeable and smart about baseball, it shows us we're wrong on many different occasions. Continually does. And Nestor Cortez has been a wonderful addition. Garrett Cole hasn't been as good as hoped he's been a little better lately. Luis severino needs around in the form, but this Yankees team, I like it. I like the shuffling with the raster Brian cashman did. Isaiah kinder falafel and Josh Donaldson on left side of the infield. Especially counter for laffa. Catcher Jose trevino. What they've done is they still have too many strikeouts in their lineup. I think Brian, which in October tends to get the teams. But judge is having a phenomenal year and they have mixed in some guys with good on base percentages. You're like kind of falafel. As opposed, I thought the last few years, they didn't have enough contact guys in their lineup and they couldn't get guys on base. So they were getting solo homers and a lot of strikeouts. This is a more well rounded team. I think they're in it for the long haul. This is the best Yankees team I feel in the last 5 or 6 years. Scott looking for an answer in 60 seconds. You know the radio business. Irrespective of Lee situations and league politics. How long will it take for the a's to wind up in Las Vegas? Yeah, I mean, that seems inevitable, doesn't it? There's so much tradition at all fun. I mean, I really hate to see things like that happen, but Oakland has been unable to get financing for a new stadium. For about the last 20 years or more and things don't look good now and they've had a nice small contingent of fans, even as much they get ripped for no attendance. They've had 12, 13, 15,000 fans. And that's even shrunk. Now, even the loyalists are frustrated. So I don't know. It seems like we're reaching a point of push coming to shove real soon, Brian. Terrific thoughts and you did it in 60 seconds. Scott always enjoy the conversation Memorial Day means the start of summer, and I start filling in a lot, so keep your phone on. I look forward to talking a lot more baseball with you in the coming weeks. I will count on that, Brian. You take care by listening to have a great holiday and we'll talk soon. You too. Scott Miller, terrific. I love Scott's voice. I'm going to tell Scott next time I chat with him off the year. He should be doing baseball play by play. He sounds like baseball and has phenomenal knowledge, one of three guests want to thank them, hopefully I didn't overwhelm you with outside voices, NBA talk in the first hour of the program. Courtesy of Eric pink is a bleacher report, our number two. More NBA analysis from Kurt healin lead basketball writer for NBC sports dot com. Scott Miller just joined us talking baseball from The New York Times. Rich is back tomorrow. I'll talk to you down the road. And my remaining minute, I don't tell you what to watch, but many of us love sports because we appreciate excellence. If you go to my Twitter, you'll see a tennis connection. Tomorrow, Djokovic, Nadal on clay in Roland Garros, both 35 years old. Don't know how many more times we're going to see it on the Terra batu in Paris. Where Nadal is the king of clay, but dealing with a foot injury. So, if you're looking for something to watch tomorrow, check it out. You'll be watching rich on peacock, you'll be listening to the program as well. Want to thank mister eisen for allowing me to fill in once more always enjoy this opportunity, all the great people at Westwood.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Taking us in more granular detail and finally, can you imagine if these guys have played in a keeper league and there have been this waiver wire controversy? What would Tommy Pham have done then? Are we talking about Jacques Peterson in a body bag? Inquiring minds want to know. Well, thankfully, I have a baseball journalist coming up. So I'll throw that question in a much more focused manner. The direction of our final guess is going to join us straight ahead, Scott Miller, longtime baseball scribe. Now contributing to The New York Times, you hear him on SiriusXM radio, we'll get his thoughts on this strange development all about fantasy football, maybe I'll ask Scott. Scott, what would have to happen in your life for you to feel comfortable smacking another human being. See, I did it again. I've been well conditioned by my parents. Slapping. And we'll focus on matters on the field. Can anything other than health issues derail? The mighty New York Yankees. I am Brian Weber having a great time as always infra rich on this Memorial Day. It's the rich eisen show. Final segment on this Memorial Day show, I'm Brian Weber inference. It is the rich eisen show rich back with you tomorrow. You want to continue our conversation after the.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:00 min | 4 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"It was a slap. Delivered by fam. He was pulled from the lineup, didn't play, subsequently suspended by Major League Baseball for three games. So you can watch the video. There's nothing foreshadowing the physical contact. But I guess if you're a fam, he had the presence of mind, maybe Will Smith did as well. If you throw a punch and I'm talking from no experience. The last kerfuffle since I'm addicted to that word today, I was involved with came in the 8th grade. So I'm not big into fighting. I talk a lot, but surprisingly, I'm still pretty fast getting away from any confrontation. If you're going to hit somebody, don't punch them. Because if you punch them, especially somebody that's unsuspecting, there's the possibility of real damage. We're talking eye socket. We're talking nose. We're talking teeth. And beyond then, a much more severe suspension than you're looking at a lawsuit, and all the other repercussions. So while famine, I remember the name because I'm not overlooking baseball. I don't talk it when I'm lucky enough to be on the radio because I want you to stick around and I'm not just bashing baseball. Look, I book Scott Miller coming up in ten minutes because I know there's a portion of the audience that's still cares about baseball. It's $11 billion industry, it just does not translate nationally anymore because if I'm talking baseball and I give you a takeaway on a team, your pushback is going to be okay, call me in September. But if I could talk about a fantasy football fight, I should have opened the show with this. I was neglectful in my duties as a film and host to spend so much time on the NBA Finals and a thrilling game 7 conclusion last night in Miami. Because I knew Tommy Pham's name, unfortunately because I'm not making light of it. That's why I knew him when he played for the Padres. I'm based in Southern California, Padres and Dodgers have had a spicier rivalry in recent years because San Diego is finally relevant. Tommy Pham was unfortunately stabbed outside of a gentleman's club and Southern California. So I knew the name I'm not connecting the two, but I knew who Tommy Pham was. Jock Peterson, part of the Dodger team that made it to the World Series and finally won. And that's the key part of the timeline because after the game, choc Peterson in a very low key chill, almost seem like he was doing a bit, but that's who jock is. Said, yeah? It was over dispute. Connected the fantasy football. That jock and Tommy were part of a league with other major league players, and there was some misunderstanding. I'll be open minded, or I could be a little bit more strategic and say, there was an accusation that jock had been stashing players on the IR and we know that is taboo in the high stakes world of fantasy football. And that's the other key. Because after jock spoke without a pause for the better part of two and a half minutes on Friday after the game laying out that there had been a dispute about this fantasy football transaction and fams inability to pick up a player on the waiver wire, there was more on Saturday when Peterson came back and said, yeah, there was a lot of money involved in our league. Well, that's not unusual. Think about your dopey fantasy football league and all the money you throw out there. These guys are millionaires. But to raise the stakes, fam finally spoke in a much more defiant tone because that seems to be his approach. And he said not only was it about a lack of following the rules in that fantasy football league, but Jacques Peterson had the temerity to pylon in the midst of a group text sending an emoji that was disrespectful to his old team, the Padres. And here's why Jacques Peterson is now my new favorite athlete in all of sports, Jacques took out his phone as reporters are going back and forth between the clubhouses and Cincinnati and show the emoji. And it was some kind of orangutan, I don't know. I don't speak a road. So what are the takeaways here? Well, first of all, I'll get back to what I said earlier. What's with slapping? Is this somehow influenced by Will Smith? Will Will Smith get a sense of humor and go on social media to try to endear himself to people who were rightfully and I'm part of this camp, disgusted by what he did with Chris Rock, I understand you are poking fun at a spouse, but it was a joke. On national and global TV, lighten up will. So that was one thought. And the other thought would be, and we won't do it because the show is winding down, and I'm merely the villain host. What in your world could happen that you would think would rise to the level of a slap? And if I was a more skilled host, I would have opened the program with this forgot about the NBA Finals and bang calls for three hours. But just think about it. You spend the rest of this holiday, get ready to go back to work tomorrow. And hopefully you're not going to slap anybody there. What would have to happen in your daily life to raise to the threshold of, okay, here come the 5 fingers. Is this a sign that we now have moved beyond even the world of talking and I realize this different and Major League Baseball and nobody was arrested. Nobody passed away and we're talking about the testosterone of guys in their 20s and Tommy Pham for lack of a better term runs hot. But my goodness, I have so many more questions. I can't wait for the 30 for.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Hinge my analysis on a couple key elements. First, playoff experience rarely do you see a team bolt two, the NBA Finals and win it all, Milwaukee was a slow build and yes, they won it in their first appearance in the final since Kareem was patrolling the paint in Milwaukee, an eon ago, but that was part of Phoenix getting type two blowing the chuo seriously. Remember, Giannis was superhuman, better than 50 points in the closeout game last year. So I do believe, as much as the NBA has radically changed because of the dominance of three point shot when you get to the playoffs with more defensive intensity allowed and the officials letting it go understanding that and making those adjustments can be pivotal, so advantage warriors clearly 6 final and 8 years. And I think with the game on the line, I have more confidence in the warriors options to knock down a big shot, although in fairness, Tatum did have a couple buckets late that he needed because he had disappeared for a while in the second half, and that's the pushback against Tatum before you annoyed him as a true superstar. I need to see more consistency and high level leverage situations. But if the warriors get in the jam, it's not just Steph. And thankfully from their perspective, Klay Thompson finally rounding into shape still not a 100%, and that's completely understandable, given the severity of the injuries a sidelined him the last two years, Jordan Poole, coming up big Andrew Wiggins showing why he was the number one overall pick. Wound up in Minnesota, exiled to the darkest regions of the NBA where nothing good had happened forever comes over to the warriors and he is an all star this year. And while draymond green is largely one dimensional, he's got the belief to take a big shot. So I say warriors in 6 and a couple quick thoughts now on a guy who will be enjoying the NBA Finals the way you and I are probably from a more exotic location, certainly from a much better living situation than my one bedroom apartment here in wonderful Southern California. I'm talking Kevin Durant because if we're just recapping mentally, the warriors runs through these finals, 2015, they win it all, Steph was not the MVP. Remember Steph has never been a Finals MVP. It was Andre Iguodala who got it done. 2016, the collapse from three one to watching Kyrie Irving step up in game 7 and draymond green not helping matters because he couldn't control his body nor his emotions and he picked up the second flagrant and got suspended in the midst of that three one lead going away. Durant shows up and the warriors become even more of a juggernaut. So I just wonder in a private moment what Durant thinks about his decision now. And I think a lot of it came down to basic, almost biblical attributes. Nobody wants to be yelled at. I know the commandments don't have one listing. Thou shall not yell? But it's clear after the fact Durant just could not handle draymond green getting in his grill. And then secondly, I think there was a degree of envy Durant wanted to prove he could do it without Steph Curry. And he wanted to prove he could do it on his terms with the stars of his choosing, although remember he chose the warriors, go back to 2016 as he had that summit meeting in a mansion on the Hamptons Long Island New York teams coming to whoo whoo whoo him, warriors showed up most of their key players and he signed on, but I think there was ego behind Kevin Durant saying, okay, I've achieved this with the warriors. I can do more. And if not more, I can do it my way. Old blue eyes, written by Paul Anka. So, just think about Kevin Durant's, as we're watching the final starting on Thursday, no need for a bake sale. He's made even more money. There was a business foundation to what he did. He has been very successful in his investments and closer to the hub of activity in New York beyond everything happening in Northern California, but there's no way you could say he made the right decision. And I think the biggest blunder, and this is something that's applicable to all of us in life, choose your Friends wisely, because Katie bet on Kyrie Irving. How's that working out so far? Warriors have a shot at her favorite to win another title..

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:02 min | 4 months ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Three four the lead potentially the win in the closing seconds, Boston hung on 196 to advance to the NBA Finals. Boston went away defensively down the stretch. We'll talk about that coming up, getting you set for game one between the Celtics and the warriors coming up Thursday in San Francisco and we'll jump in the hot tub time machine and think about what could have happened not only for the warriors but for Kevin Durant had he not decided on a different holiday, July 4th, a few years ago to come to Golden State and then decided after those runs to the finals and a couple championships and then the Achilles injury, if he decided to stay, we're going to go through a little revisionist history coming up. That's in 5 minutes, but I'm forward promoting for reason in 20 minutes, the details of the best reason for a baseball. I keep saying the word kerfuffle because I like the word and I'm looking for the right summation, a baseball incident prior to the game between the reds and the Giants afterwards we found out it was all about fantasy football. Yes. You don't mess with a person's ability to work the waiver wire apparently that was part of the reason Tommy Pham impersonated Will Smith. You can watch the video on your own time. I'm sure the outstanding production team on the simulcast on peacock will slow it down frame by frame. The old Dave Chappelle bit with Rick James with the open hand to Charlie Murphy. Would the 5 fingers say to your cheek slap, words to that effect? Fam, just flat out, hit jock Peterson out of nowhere in the outfield. We found out after the game, this was all about fantasy football from a few years ago when the Dodgers were in the World Series and as the kids say because we're talking about youngsters because I'm 52 my life is over as the kids say, Peterson had to receipts. That's coming up in less than 20 minutes. So the dominant through line for the program, I do have a blueprint when I come in, not going to script anything. It's too bad we're not on the simulcast because I'm so energized to be here. I'm standing for the first time in a long time. I'm like a morning ZooKeeper waiting to do some wacky phone calls. I could use the help of our final guessing to join us in 40 minutes. We'll talk baseball with Scott Miller, you're a man serious XM radio, you read his fine work, contributing to The New York Times and will put into perspective all of the big developments around baseball, even if you only parachute in from time to time. We know that baseball now is a regional sport and a content provider. You got a 162 games, that's a 162 episodes to sell commercials around irrespective of the platform I mentioned peacock. I was watching the early game quote unquote from the West Coast perspective with I enjoy that Sunday game. Now it's a little bit early, starting at 8 30 local time here on the West Coast, but it feels like the old game although week on NBC would say Bob Costas and Tony kubek as the B team on the network. We'll get into what's going on with the Yankees and should we be concerned about their injuries when we chat with Scotty Miller of The New York Times. But I have spent the majority of the program and hopefully justifiably so. With our takeaways from what happened last night in Miami, we all have recency bias and to be totally open with you because I found the majority of that game virtually on watchable other than the end and yeah dust off the old bromide about, hey, you only want to watch last two minutes of an NBA game you'll be fine. But there was virtually nothing to indicate Miami was going to erupt for that comeback. The 11 O run in the midst of it, you had fellows like max truce knocking down impossible shots, and in all came down to a two point deficit with less than a minute ago, Jimmy Butler skies for the rebound carrying this team once more coming off the magnificent 47 point performance and game 6 another one in Boston to keep the heat alive. Butler was the only reason why the heat had a shot after a very sluggish start. He had 24 in the first half last night, finished with 35. So let's just do that math. 47 plus 35. I saw the stat on SportsCenter, put some top three all time for the most prolific outputs in a game 6 and 7 in the postseason and NBA history. Still, it wasn't enough because butler after he took that rebound and took it the other way was open for three went for the three in motion, pull up three and wasn't close. Hit the front of the rim, that was the game. So we posed the question to our only two guests so far. Our number one joined by Eric pink is a bleacher report. Last hour the show featured a conversation with Kurt healin. Lead NBA rider for NBC sports dot com. I asked them both not about the outcome, but when they were watching last night, what did they think when the ball left Jimmy Butler's hand to go for three, the lead and maybe the win as opposed to what we used to call the higher percentage shot to take it to the lane and just go for a traditional hoop to tie up the game at both of them, said they have no issues with butler taking that shot, nor do I. Now I know you could push back with the analytics or just the old counting numbers that Jimmy Butler is not a proficient three point shooter. However, let's remind you.

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"scott miller" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Me we charge of the all maybe ten days which have to deal with short-term games only. I think they're just a little too greedy polishing. You're stuck canada in the past. They don't really don't get the the by distribution and everything works now. It's like now knows how he like. It wasn't nineteen sixty four guys state. But i'm not out of here. Yeah no problem. do you do with us. Do you have a few seconds. Okay you can record promo for us like hello. I'm scott miller from apache games. You're listening to the same bus podcast. See lucas fema i. Guys this is scott miller. Start over your name. Scott minner from epilepsy. And you're listening to the scene by scene. I this is scott miller under fda entertainment here on the cbo podcast. They recommend everyone. Listen to arnold. Thank you thanks. Offer with us Where can people go to find out about what you don't. I would just say through. Our website design achy. Emt so it's kind of weird Threes little nc substantial after your team dot com awesome to that right and podcast gershon below. Awesome thanks a lot guys..

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"scott miller" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"There some winward out of sort of wind up at work after guy say and that's actually done by musician so we're trying to bring in real artists also to really make the music sort of pop sound authentic and so on not scientists from computer that kind of thing so that's that's definitely one areas that we're focusing on. I actually don't work for the musicians like myself. We have a person here. One of our producers who has hollywood background in easy to reach out to his network in its onboard musici- seminarian eight work in the game industry. But after that assam sparse like super excited about it. And you know. We're doing a lot of even sort of interactive music to where they have to think in terms of like you know they loop like more subtle area than get to area where the attentions wrapping up in a loose into a more tense version of result. And so we're getting them thinking in ways that they never thought about before because you know your background is strictly linear music. That's written over a seem. So yeah well. I mean i mean games are like movies fast. More interactive exactly. It's interesting that you emphasize on that because fifteen years ago the they've also shaped in the game industry for a lot of music composers actually lost their jobs. Fifty years ago many many game creators started ranching it out and buying music from other bands much getting it specifically composed for for the game. I mean i mean there are many examples and i. It's interesting that now. The it's kind of shifting back to hiring people to make the music is fascinating from the game again. Yeah definitely another thing that we've been trying to do but we've been totally successful at it. Is you get movies. Guardians of the galaxy. We moved actually. Happy is contracts from certain her up music. We have actually been looking into doing this for some of our games all it is. Is that what we actually did this. Back in our game up freight Empty six we actually had ira six licensed songs like i think there was a heart song near For in saraga songs that like on a jukebox order. Play different parts game in back in the license. Fever these songs now. Eight to ten thousand dollars but nowadays practice conway up like all the songs that we looked into around eight around eighty one hundred dollars yet so it's just out of our price range of indie level. I could skip games like. Uta can pull this off that any level to pricing so It would be nice if we could do that. Maybe we can figure out how to make this work. Some point down the road by Our ballpark now but like said we would love to do that. Because i love how bodies moody's have poured in you know songs that bring back into static. Feel him so on to the scene at the end so That's that's another area that we explored to crise. We're gonna keep exploring interesting. Thanks for talking about that. I mean i mean. I mean that that's even a topic back from the eighties. I mean just before the interview. I was laying renegades on the us and after all that's johnny v goods in now from chuck berry playing in the first level of changing a few notes here and there so doesn't sound like that but it's still very close to it but course that's pretty shady to make something that's that's ranks vaccine us town feeling but doesn't cost the copyrights fish argument example. You're like when we were doing the nascar trailer. Fourth turbo overfill. It was announced about a month ago. I think the song that i wanted for that trailer is a song by judas crease of turbo lover gets on and if we we felt like yeah this matches a rating has the right energy industry like the perfect song but one hundred thousand dollars so we did actually make version of the trailer using a triple ever cut up the mets trailer internally just to see how it worked out workout so i wish we'd written weekends i mean i mean talking about ss it's out of your ballparks. That vast the name like scott miller convince the people throwing the money. You know if if i if they recognize my name. The price saliger's higher. It's the problem doesn't you just can't just walk in and be like yom's got not pool and i wish these companies would realize that you know if we released a trailer with their song. You know it's a win win. It totally helps their song back on a map to been for themselves and samba. They don't see it that way dislike. They see solely one-sided may you're benefiting from her song despite we're going to get a lot more sales on it so i mean that happened with Become human that men game where they actually made the actually made them musicians rates and known because they put puts an an they scan the musicians face and fast make. A speech was issued on the game. People actually bought spots his music because of that. So you're right here is actually can started rear for some for some people because they ever. There were part of a video game in white. I mean if you look at like gardens of the scene. I'm trying to. I'm trying to cure game with anything. That huge media that made all the songs that appeared in the movie So they all kind of went to the top of the chart for awhile right so i just don't understand why. Visa meetings workforce fairly on. Gill's you know like say. Yeah you're just indicating.

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"scott miller" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Of games that are just awesome about a nowhere. People are are fed up with corona and starting to get active. I was surprised that that that there weren't more game releases during the pandemic. Because because you're gonna do you seminole families. Yeah yeah but you're still used to at home. You got extra time man. It's computer co. Some games but anyway yes. Nice to know nice to know. We'll yeah. you're uruguay put links to all data podcast description because again. He's doing the editing for this. And but but also if you wanna just probably indirect richer news. You'll see them all. It's it's the first thing you'll find their give give give at least at least from today's few. Yes give give give give a shout out to our colleagues over there at indira turnips anyway. That was a good roundup was and we are jumping to france. I don't want to jump to france. We do each tally but the good food good food. But but international travel is is is rather iffy at the moment. so i'll let's do it. Virtually if we can like like skype the f. We can use skype. Can we do that. That'd be great right right. Okay yes see you then. All right on the today are talking to start minner. Hello scott's guys come It's actually the second time that beat. That's be talk because five years ago. We we talked. Venue boembe vendors brewing. It's mitch show for fishermen gains in the frankford famous. Zuma were uber together with us Over to mitch via frederik schreiber and mike nielsen talking about share and you obey into the industry and today we'll talk if it's about you re joining apple tree and that is actually the the awesome senior so perhaps let's start a bit how that started. I mean all we know. Is that epilepsy. Recreated in bentzi eight. Yeah we we probably spent about forty five minutes trying to figure out the history of advocacy and how it all went exactly under operas. Mastic me started camping back in nineteen ninety in you know. We was just releasing games to share. We're back in college where you release you know. We can't find your the idea of releasing one episode and then that would advertise the digital episodes by some the games. I was releasing the cross games for doing really well. So i decided to my day job and kind of form app. She has full-time this. Seattle and start recruiting authors and recruit. The guy who ended up making you can with the restaurant come also recruited out. The people became it's tougher for itself They were just developed. Was working at this magazine at the time and so i can. Yes exactly recovered so Yeah and funded. I in connecticut and then for them on throw the stein early nineties as everything was transition three b. I decided to throw the new name of the company just reading a couple of marketing books about positioning and stuff in. It just struck me that. Yeah happy is known for arcade games. We have of sabrina games. A whole new. They would to focus on that. It was the same company. Started using a three d arouse the and we started transitioning away from the app gene during the mid nineties starts after games to me out but nobody knew that three d. was was future syringe direction. So so you know we around at the nineteen ninety six or seven hundred. Ninety eight was the last game. Enta- argon backed not sure but so Anyway in around two thousand eight when my business partners terry nike from partnered with He asked if he could license. The app jemaine also licensed rights. That drive both of which i thought. Why not either kind of dead. We're not using preview rooms. So why not. You no doubt. I'll using that That name and try license to work with fred. This is a kid. I know i know. Yeah it really is weird. How this on your time. But he ended up. Working with. Fred schreiber Later became a partner of mine. With three rounds. Anyway terry was the guy i worked with him in. They did not arise to try. And remove and i get the note read through all this um fred because fred one two. I have time to people treaty reading stupi for three d. reloaded which is pretty good and so But that kinda felt because you ended up cylinder rights to ear. Boxing may not impact.

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Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows

KOMO

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows

"Such a fast takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban, the Biden administration coming under criticism, thousands of Americans and others will be evacuated, say the state and defense departments. Pictures of the airport in Kabul show the tarmac crowded with people. ABC is Connor Finnegan in Washington. All US personnel have been safely evacuated from the U. S embassy in Kabul. The facility has shuttered diplomats are now at Kabul airport, where the majority will be evacuated. A small core Group, including Ambassador Ross Wilson plan to stay behind ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz talk with the outgoing US commander in Afghanistan. What Scott Miller was most upset about is there was no planning. For getting the contractors out, forgetting the interpreters out for getting those people out who helped Americans for 20 years and are now in terrible, terrible danger. Members of Congress were briefed on the phone by the State Department, says ABC News Congressional correspondent Rachel Scott on that call several lawmakers growing frustrated outraged over this. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called it an embarrassment to our nation. He is now requesting another briefing immediately from members of Congress. Total earthquake

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"I have never been organization. Am was their only ciara. Always fight a wrong one. First and then your second or third. Crm becomes their evergreen ongoing. Crm is that there is a level of impulsively Sort of shiny distraction. Go slow to technology. Make sure you are leveraging an implementing. The first thing you bought before you buy all the add on tool because the fact of the matter is most of these vendors now are subscription based sas models. And they're in a louis win to have all the bells were look. You can't possibly them all while still keeping your job going in your day job in the rural wind and solar your problems. They want you to spend all your time in their tool in the tax matter. Is you're not going to mean you shouldn't maximize investment you have with proper add-ons i just don't get lured. Engine will if you don't buy by friday it's going to be fifty percent more b. s. b. s. cesco into your technology. Stack really thoughtfully deliberated. I'd argue go talk to some of your competitors. Which ones do you use in. What'd you over by. Go talk to some of their clients. Say what do i not need. What is it. they're telling me. I have to have if you had to do this over. Would you still go with them. And what do i not need and do not following the trap of if you don't buy it now instead of a triple ninety days from now that's a bunch of hot wash. They want the long term and the and they're gonna meet you where you need to be or they don't they don't have your best interest in mind so i that it's a broad chaptered. I kinda teach really careful deliberate about how you start over by technology. Add ons in supplements before you have ruling recognized. Do you have the capacity to deliver an implement. You currently bought you've proven to yourself are y for that for you start. Adding honor bindings entrances while we have absolutely packed this value in it. It's kind of funny. Because i think on the surface. This is a book about marketing but in reality it's a book about self-awareness in the process of building a business. I hear you saying that. I think you absolutely l. in many ways. I think the book is going to do as well as sales leaders as is gonna be with marketing leaders because i take marketing task. Your job is to drive sales. Your job to your point is to get lights in impressions increased brain brand equity as part of your job but to quote both of us. You can't pay your rent on lights and brand equity as part of the job. And i really think that sales leaves are going to buy this book and handed for their marketing counterpart in say i need you in my boat rowing with me in the same direction. Read scott's book while i have one final question for you which is how we finish all of our interviews of the unmistakable. Creative what do you think it is that makes somebody or something unmistakable freshman. what is it well i. it's funny because you've answered this question before. And i didn't get a chance to go back and listen to the entire episode But for the purposes of of writing a book. I've always i had to define it because i wrote a book called mistake. I say it's the thing that nobody else can do in the way that you do. It wasn't that true. If i had a quote one person janssen cero's famous authors. She wrote the whole. You are bad ass series. I asked her why she wrote the book. she's written. Four books series has sold six million copies and she said. I wrote the book that i needed to read. The book she had written had not been written yet. I think you may have. You may not be original. Venture may be creative tight. But you're you're big idea. Might be the trust on somebody else's idea you don't have to be original veteran. Never had an original off in my entire life. I'm an aggregate here. I'm a twister most of all my content of books Quite well are just taking somebody else's idea giving them credit for it but then twisting it forming it in a way that works for me works for countless thousands of others that didn't resonate with idea the wrestling with this. Twist on that idea. So i would say to anybody who's listening. Don't let anybody tell you not to do something if you found value in it odds are thousands and thousands if not millions of others. You will find amazing Will i can't for taking the time to join us. And share your story and Wisdom and insights with our listeners. I absolutely love this conversation. Because you've packed it with not only a combination of very sort of philosophical advice but also incredibly practical advice which i think is so rare Where can people find out more about you your book and all the other stuff. You're up to again. Thank thank you for the abundance shining your light on me. I appreciate it. You can visit scott. Jeffrey miller dot com my courses. My both my podcasts. Blogs might eat articles are they're all the votes than author are available on anywhere any retail or digital site on amazon. Right now. The most recent book is marketing mass brand success in january. I'll be releasing job Career success in september through harpercollins. I've written nouveau called master mentors. That is basically collected insights from I thirty favorite guests on the podcast. And so you can just google scott. Jeffrey miller handsome mug is bound to come up. Amazing and for everybody listening. We will wrap the show with that. Thank you for listening to this of the unmistakable. Creative podcast why you're listening. Were there any moments. you've found fascinating inspiring instructive. Maybe even heartwarming. Can you think of anyone a friend or a family member who would appreciate this moment. If so take a second and share. 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"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"A different strategy than the one they they set out with only seven percent of the time recumbent successful with the original idea of the founder of the creative was common ninety. Seven percent of the time was they had to tiffany. Haddish change entity opened influence. They had to be willing to change their mind. Perhaps they're genius. Idea was not the idea. It was going to create success for the organization for the entrepreneur side hustle. So i think there's just delicate balance of knowing you know win be creative in just execute on it. Windy pivot winter recognize. This may not work that might have to pivot on a dime to know your own impulses. I love to save the day. I love to be the guy that russia's picks up the pieces and saves the day. Not at the expense of anyone else that i like to be. The second is as saving the day. I also workin like to work in urgency mode. I like to work in deadlines have dopamine in the adrenaline problem. Is i love In crisis mode so much that all cook went up one being to crisis level. So that i get the adrenaline in there all elevates stupid stuff to crisis level at my my family and friends in college. No that's why permission to call meow self-awareness awareness to understand. Some stuff will work. Some stuff will have the judgment of win. You should pylon more stuff as kind of a plan. Vera plant seeing or is your plan. B c d inhibiting you executing on your planet just as broad self awareness of. How much is too much now. Let's briefly touch on process because there's quite a few other ones that i wanna get to but it's funny because i think this is something that creatives resist and i know you're about this. I realized that every single thing that we produce is the here at unmistakable. Creative is the result of a system and a process and it's something that i literally am basically constantly tweaking to maximize output. So this your question yes. Let's so process is one of those things to your point. That creatives resist. How do people build one. Because i know that building process has been is central even Victor chang amazing book called extreme revenue growth which i basically beat a dead horse to anybody. I talked to Like i treat it like the bible because he says that one of the things that he does in taking a company for a million to twenty five million in revenue a very first does when he goes into any organization as he has them literally document every single process for every task into superb book. Your recommendation is well served. You're thinking about right now. Is challenge twelve install processes Hornets creative minds. Now this may or may not be are reasonable statement but i think majority of marketers of creative types right. Brainers generally loathe processes. They're usually more fine genius like me perhaps sometimes ricco system. They're thinking of linear thought. My entire life not very good at processes. I'm good vision. Actually great at executing. But i don't always know what what she come after be After beat right. So i have to have the self awareness again to surround myself with people. That are linear thinkers. No i get from a to be and sometimes my creativity needs to be ray did because i think a lot of times unbridled creativity could interrupt our results it interrupt with so many ideas of the actually never lay on the plane. The plane just runs around in vans have gas so i think all creativity needs some level of structure to safeguard its success because either the most genius types complement their right brain thinking with left rain. Thinking perhaps those around the pushback harnessed to focus to guard rails on so that we're not just kind of running around in running out of gas and this was not easy for me because creative thinker as a cmo. i did not like people rating me yet. I was a big thinker. Shock and awe. Right bigger was better and everything. And so i had to recognize the balance of lind surround myself people who may not make my idea smaller would make sure that my plane landed safely and on time all passengers allies. Well speaking of shock-and-awe. I think this was probably my favorite quote in the entire book. And you talked about publicity stunts and you said stunts. classic group. Think your product or service can't stand on. Its so well intended yet. Inexperienced remember cooks up a plan to shock. And all your way free publicity. Nearly all stunts like this fail. They are neither noticed or they get noticed for the wrong reasons. Rarely if ever stunts when you that long term results you wanted and signed up for. And i think the reason that that struck me as because i felt that it was highly relevant to a world in which people are constantly seeking attention on social media and seeing other people get just huge sort of like massive amounts of attention with hundreds of likes and that kind of stuff which i think we mistakenly value as useful metrics. So one hundred people stop doing that. But more importantly i think it's a set in my mind that you start to realize that those things aren't valuable because last i checked my landlord doesn't accept likes re tweets for rent that i quote that book you cannot staple brand equity to the back of your bank deposits slip and fund payroll off of it. This is a reason to buy the book alone. Letting this chapter wise. If i ever meeting again where someone says a viral video idiotic by saying it means vocal viral. I mentioned i host. A podcast is now the world's largest Podcast call amish scott mou interview. 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"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Organization. I don't care if you're a soleure or your exxon you're going to have this sort of gravitational pull towards your even die european l. Your mission. your needs quite often. Your clients don't care about your mission. Don't care about your They don't care about your third quarter earnings call. And your you know price per share. They care about their Their third quarter their needs so in every organization. I write about how you should monitor. How much talking about the client versus yourself to recognize that there is this irresistible gravitational whole the focus on your business in in many ways. Marketing is responsible for being a voice of the customer. The natural thing that every company goes through until they have perhaps the stamina disciplined the runway to be fiercely focused on their client. I was the best salespeople are not those that have memorized their third quarter revenue goal. They'd memorized their clients. Third quarter revenue goal that says that their clients success. It seems like a no brainer. But every company i worked for there is this sort of natural gravitational pull the focus inward when you've gotta be aware of that focus if not as much more outward so one of the things that I definitely wanna talk about end. As i was telling you. I think this is something that is a like a curse for creative as they think way too much like it's not enough business owners. You talk about this idea of staying close to the cash. Let's go deeper into that and this is challenged three right and this is really about regard. What rule you're in if you're if you're on your side hustle. We tend to do things that. Bring us validation. We tend to go. Where are strings balloting us. We filled with joy. And regardless whether you're working for a fortune five thousand a year in inc five thousand or you're just upstart like a semaphore person at owns their own business. You gotta make sure that you are an integral part of the cash. Generating machine that one you're doing is driving cash. If you work for someone else in the boutique for morever you stay close to the cash. You're not hiding in ovation or hiding over behind. You know you design. You gotta make sure that you can consistently articulate how you are either generating revenue profit or reducing costs or supporting someone who does at the end of the day the people who build their careers or those closely tied to the cash generating machine. Is i think a lot of artists and creative types in ryan brain thinkers have probably done themselves a disservice. Because they'd gone with their passion is but they're not really aware of what is their companies money-making model. You need to have a level of financial acumen business acumen to understand. How does your organization you work for or with or if you are the owner. How do you make money. You can't just outsource that. Stop saying. I don't want to be part of that or that intimidated. You've got to understand it if you want to build your career in not always be wondering if this is gonna drop because the first person that goes in a company when titan cash tied is the is the artist is the creatives is a marketer. The advertisers the public relations people is. They're not tied closely. The cfo's mind to the moneymaking model and there are five. Parts of their business. Cash margin velocity customers and growth in. You need understand which of those are valued in your business. And how do you stay close to those. So that when the ass comes wielding. They realized they usually someone in the c. suite. Oh we can't possibly Cut tina because tina is the brain behind this. It has providing us with life generating cash or it's reducing customer churn or it's increasing our subscription expansion rates. Do not hide behind your creativity. You've got to stay close to the cash or you will constantly be surprised and having your career be decided by someone else if you're looking for the next best thing to invest in try investing in your long term health with forward forward is intelligent medicine with a personal touch. Their doctors are dedicated to catching top killers. Like cancer and heart disease early which could save you. Tens of thousands of dollars in the long run so invest in doctor. That's invested in you. Visit go forward dot com to learn more about how forward can help you manage your long term health risks for one flat monthly fee. That's go forward dot com. It's funny you say that. Because i remember once somebody told me. Oh i i just want to be creative and have somebody figure out how to run the business and once we're as round of funding i became very. Obviously that's not how it works. I don't get to be creative. And have somebody else generate revenue off of your passion. Especially if it doesn't serve anybody's needs. I think there i think i think that is irresponsible short-sighted and and That person needs to be reminded. You can thing fat but don't say that that comes out of your behaviors and you'll give license to other people to do the same. You have got pay the price to learn the business side. You have to be able to read a pnl by the we ought to be an expert in the a cpa. You just have to be literate enough because you require that and everyone that works within for you will. let's talk about. The idea of lots of stuff doesn't work. Because i think that one of my favorite seth godin phrases. This might not work in. I remember him saying. Is it before. I start any project. Fi attempt anything. I say to myself this might not work and i always love that because it basically reduces your sense of expectation which i think often leads to disappointment for a lot of people but you actually brought this up into several different prices. Parts when you say reduce the compunction to save the day minimize or eliminate frizz often go. Let's go deeper this whole idea of things that don't work. General idea of this is to recognize as a marketer as as entrepreneurs a creative mind you probably had no shortage of great ideas but there will always be more great ideas than there is capacity to execute them. Sometimes your own creativity can be your biggest enemies so you might need to surround yourself with people are good at process. Arlen your thinkers. You might decide that if you're opening every meeting with well what if we did this. What if we did that. If you're a charismatic person you might sell all nine of your ideas. Therefore '09 are going to be executed the be quality to add a plus politics requires a brass unnatural level of self awareness. Sometimes you should not be throwing out fifteen ideas. perhaps you should. I was crinolines. The interview cara dillon. On the podcast. I host called on your ship. Scott miller karen gillan is the former enter the harvard business review. He become a good friend of mine. And she is the co author of the book with the late clayton christianson. How will you measure your life. Phenomenal highly recommended this book. How will you measure your life will in this book they drew upon a number colleagues research from h. Vr hps harvard business school but said that empirically ninety three percent of quote successful organisations as measured by financial success achieve that success with what they call it an emergent strategy not. They're deliberate strategy meeting that ninety three percent of the cases what made this company financial Successful wasn't.

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"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"scott miller" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"I was talking about. It wasn't riding horses in madison square gardens or suffering in a hamptons or any of that crap none of that but even mine life was unrecognizable than your mother. That didn't work. Three jobs was privileged them. Now i i think you bring up an incredibly important point about context in how cognitive biases distort our perception. Whether it's still reading a book or braiding book yet we look at it from our own perspective. You've been around the corporate world. You've you've kinda lengthy career you've been successful. How what have you learned about cognitive biases and You know how we overcome them. Well there's so many different advisors writer so many unconscious is that we have. I mean i've i've learned as the curator covey's thought leadership for twenty five years as an author and the editor of many of our books including one on unconscious. Bias is that it's not a bad thing all your aren't bad there are biases that are helpful. Biases that are destructive. Buys uplifting dominicus. I think recognizing that we all have biases in cloud our paradise our mindsets. Our belief systems is half. The battle is recognizing the not everybody has the same path you took. Her had the same headstart in once. You recognize that. This isn't a badge of shame. This isn't something to be ashamed of to recognize that arcana devices have a massive impact on how we treat other people how we live or bypass other people how we shut down other people's perspectives. In this makes you more patient more humble it makes you more focused on what is right than being right immense you more aware of when you're arguing for your own benefit perhaps for the benefit of others still benefits you so i can take that in so many directions the more you are aware of your biases the less. You're insecure about them. The less you're needing to deny them in just embrace of then figure out. How does that impact decisions. That i make the in how i treat other. People will do to you kind of picky about that. We're in the process of putting together a series on a khalsa personal development. People have heard this bob already by the time they hear your episode and one of the things that i have you noticed in my conversations with all of the guests is that from the standpoint of sort of self improvement organizations one of the things that goes sort of overlooked or completely ignored as context. Not just on the part of the consumer but also on the part of people who deliver this stuff because what ends up happening is that for example is just take franklin copyright. Let's say seven habits of highly effective people and it's kind of similar to something that my friend benjamin hardy wrote was like eight things that everyone should do before eight. Am and i'm thinking to myself. There's nothing that every single person on the planet should do before eight. Am because if you've just worked at midnight a thirteen hour shift at a hospital. The only damn thing you should be doing before eight. Am is going to sleep. And yet people take advice like the stuff they get from seven habits or even stuff like the thing that you know. Ben wrote and treat it like a map as a postal compass. Why do they do that and what they need to be aware of. And what do you think the responsibility of people who create this stuff. I mean you're like you said in charge of thought leadership for the rule that i've played at franklin covey of i can't speak for other authors from five years but we like to identify fat principles that we think govern all human behavior. These are moveable laws that are present in our lives regardless of wet time we do or don't start were what religion is gender generation country. You name it. So we generally liked to uncover identify principles. Things like you know. Don't gossip and understand the difference between effectiveness efficiency and urgency importance. Not everything is a principal. But we generally light to fine principles that.

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Top US Commander in Afghanistan Hands Over Command

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Top US Commander in Afghanistan Hands Over Command

"America's forever war is another step closer to ending the vast majority of U. S. troops have already left Afghanistan and the war's commander will follow them today general Scott Miller has handed over command to general Frank McKenzie the US Central Command chief will operate from his Florida headquarters mackenzie will have the authority to conduct possible air strikes in defense of Afghan forces at least until the U. S. pullout ends by next month the handover comes as the Taliban continue retaking territory across Afghanistan Sager made Donnie Washington

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U.S. Leaves Its Last Afghan Base, Effectively Ending Operations

World News This Week

02:05 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Leaves Its Last Afghan Base, Effectively Ending Operations

"Us military has left barham airfield in afghanistan as part of the troop withdrawal abc news. Chief global affairs correspondent. Martha raddatz visited afghanistan and spoke with the general overseeing the pullout we are flying over bog rem airfield once home to thirty thousand. Us troops now nearly abandoned the jets gone. Nearly everything gone. This is what packing up. Twenty years of war in afghanistan looks like the. us had a mission when they invaded afghanistan. Right after nine. Eleven to denial kaieda a base of operations and deter attacks on the us homeland from taliban safe haven but two decades later the taliban remains and the biden administration is drawing this mission to a close four star. General austin scott miller is overseeing the withdrawal. He has spent nearly nine of the last. Twenty years on deployments and is now the longest serving general in afghanistan at three years. Paramount is is safety and security of the troops. You've gotten a ton out already. How do you assure that they're safe. Clear objective is not only safe but an orderly withdrawal. If there are attacks we certainly have the ability to respond to those. But as american troops depart fear that large swamps of afghanistan are falling back into the hands of the taliban despaired of attacks dramatically increasing. I've been in kabul here several days. Talk to a lot of afghans. They're very concerned that the taliban will move into coppell. How likely is that. I understand that concern. It goes back to Trying to understand the security situation Across the country if you go back to what the taliban's objectives are they want to take over and so some point. There's a you know that implies at some point they are in kabul

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Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

"A drug raid and a broken tennis racket. Our top stories in the land down under here's Como's Bill Swartz, a stunning predawn police raid in Sydney, Australia. Olympic swimming medalist Scott Miller arrested charged with running a meth drug ring throughout New South

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Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

News, Traffic and Weather

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

"Police raid and said the Australia Olympic swimming medalist Scott Miller, arrested charged with running a meth drug ring throughout New South Wales. Meanwhile, in

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Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

News, Traffic and Weather

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

"Police raid and said the Australia Olympic swimming medalist Scott Miller, arrested charged with running a meth drug ring throughout New South Wales, Meanwhile,

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"scott miller" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"scott miller" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"That's where I do my shopping and Boyd we have some grilling whether he's right now Snooks butcher's make it better whether you need expert recommendations cooking tips or custom cuts Schnucks butchers are always ready to lend a helpful hand. You can see me tips and recipes off at schnucks.com and head over to your local shnooks and pick up something to throw on the grill tonight. It's the Chris r a v show on Scoops at Danny mac.com. We're talking Major League Baseball post-season with Bleacher Report in Turner Sports, Scott Miller Scott before we let you go. It was in San Diego on Friday night as the Cardinals were eliminated from the postseason that they've then moments after or you know here in from their manager Mike. She learned about the news of the passing of Hall of Famer Bob Gibson. Bob had been battling for quite some time and the organization off. Making the announcement on Friday evening when you think about Bob Gibson and you just mentioned, you know, 68 and everything. He did not just on the field but off the field, but when you think of of Bob Gibson, what's the first word that comes to mind Scott Intimidator? And I mean that in the best possible sense that was back when you know, how often we heard lately about baseball changing rules and you know used to be baseball players patrolled the game themselves and you know, I know that kind of like talking about back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, but you know what, I mean Gibson was just so intimidating and so good and I loved the stories about how he would not even talk to hitters on his own team. Let alone no errors on other teams, you know that just if you were a hitter you didn't want anything to do with you because you were his enemy and you know, the year he put up in nineteen sixty-eight obviously dead. You know cause baseball change the rules next year. They lower the mound. I mean,.

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"scott miller" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"scott miller" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Let's add to San Diego. That's for the New York Yankees, I think are still getting a couple of runs in before game two of them channel series against the Rays tonight. And that is where we find Scott Miller of Bleacher Report and Turner. Also, of course MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM. You can follow Scott at Scott Miller M B L Scott appreciate the time man. What's it like to just having watched San Diego beat the Cardinals in a series last week now watch the Padres had Texas package and you get the Yankees and rays and there's a bunch of baseball in Southern California and going to be a bunch of more baseball in Southern California. How are things going and San Diego for Scott Miller Chris a couple of thoughts come to my one it's weird. It was really weird watching the Yankees and Tampa Bay to East Eastern teams playing unimportant log. M a playoff game in Petco Park, and I know I'm not alone in that. I mean I heard some from all kinds of colleagues around, you know saying even how weird it was watching Oakland and Houston Dodger Stadium yesterday, and of course today, you know, we're going to get more of that. You know, this week is the National League games get going in Texas. So, you know, it was really weird the Yankees playing in Petco and and to your point about in my backyard. Yeah, the other weird thing about it is I don't think I'm well I'm trying to going back I guess the I don't think I covered the Padres the last time they were in the playoffs in 06. I think I was on the road at a different Series. So let's just say in twenty years of living here in Northern San Diego County where I do. I have never slept in my own bed more than a couple of nights off. A month of October and like twenty years or more. So now that's the other weird thing aside from the Yankees playing Petco Park the part the fact that all these playoff games are coming to San Diego and you know, I'm actually in my own bed. That's a weird thing too. And there's no one that can even like kick you up for tickets or anything or bug you turn it down Scott Miller was our guest from Bleacher Report and Turner talking to Major League Baseball postseason on the Chris r a v show on Scoops with Danny mac.com. It's pretty remarkable though. And you know in all seriousness. I wonder from your Vantage Point scars just take us a bit behind the curtain and take us behind the curtain what it was like and and what it is like to watch the Padres and Cardinals game last week and now have the divisional series roll into town. Obviously..

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US pausing movement of troops into Afghanistan, quarantining 1,500 new arrivals to country due to virus

WBZ Midday News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

US pausing movement of troops into Afghanistan, quarantining 1,500 new arrivals to country due to virus

"The U. S. military says it is pausing the movements of any new troops into Afghanistan and quarantining the fifteen hundred who recently arrived not with the new personnel under quarantine for their own protection troops already in the country may have their deployments extended so missions can continue the U. S. is reducing its troop presence in Afghanistan as part of the peace deal signed last month with the Taliban in a tweet army general Scott Miller said the military started new screening procedures for personnel arriving in the

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Dr. David Chao talks injuries

Bet The Board

08:36 min | 3 years ago

Dr. David Chao talks injuries

"Dr Child always good to have you aboard for the show. Thanks for having me. So when we look at some of the injuries that kind of flakes of the skill position talents We had a big one again in Tampa and it seems to be history repeating itself last week we talked about Mike Evans. His hamstring hamstring the season ending scenario. That played out there. Lo and behold Chris Godwin goes down with what looked like a similar injury last. We saw him carted off in the tunnel in Detroit. Coincidence there is there something going on in Tampa as it pertains to their wideouts in their hamstrings as we get into the tail end of the season they run them ragged and they throw the ball lot. That's probably the only Only Lincoln Yeah and if you really WANNA go conspiracy theory Mike Evans last week. You Scott Miller Another wide receiver earlier in the game in Chris Godwin in early in the season Perriman had a hamstring issue. So if you really trying to go that way but I think it's just coincidence and maybe some of it is They're still slinging the ball around quite a bit Four hundred fifty yards for James Winston This week so so they were running a lot of routes and so forth as we talked about Mike Evans Hamstring with significant and with only three games left. We thought you and I are candidate. I think the same something's GonNa fall for for Chris Godwin here. You know there's only two weeks left there the bucks out of it The hamstring is probably going to be longer than that and he's probably headed into reserve so What does that mean I mean? Had you know from a fantasy site look for paramount. Because Winston's going to have to you. Who else is left? That's a blow. Be still my heart God. What has been the Horse Dr John? That's gotten me in the fantasy. Football finals beat up on her. Dear friend Clay Travis this past past week and in a massive showdown GonNa help that somebody else on my rosters able to step up and fill that void pain savior jokes. Because I know you're gonNA take cheap shots I'm not at all I'm not at all actually gonNA transition to another wide receiver with Adam Phelan. There was talks that he wasn't going to return until he was one hundred percent. Healthy Limited. Snap count this past against the chargers. What do you think that was maybe score or Israel setback therefore Adam feeling well? I think it's a original part of the plan in preparation. Maybe the seven snaps were only because of because of the score but he was never gonNA play fifty Think about it this way first of all if you look Ah. The history of what happened with Phelan was supposed to be a minor hamstring. You played it. Two weeks aggravated missed. Many more weeks. Try to come back to fast in in Practice aggravated again. So they've been burned twice with aggravation. Do you think they were GonNa be burned a third time when next week. They have the Monday night game against against the packers which is for the division and then even the week seventeen game against the division rival bears. This were the LA chargers not that you look past with them. But I don't care who it was only made medical sense to bring him back a little more slowly this type give them a few game raps so that he can and be good to go for the packers. I think you'll see. EEOC normal reps against the packers next week but there was no way he's going to see normal routes this week and so even when Schefter after said he was going to play and be fine. I never thought he would. But you know we all know coachspeak right. It's just another example of coachspeak another guy that's critical to the Vikings offensive successes. Delvin Cook suffered another shoulder. Injury couldn't return against the chargers. Obviously you mentioned the importance of the Monday night. Game against the packers will Delvin Cook play and if so how effective can you be. Well here's a good news. Bad News Bad news is he got hurt again and you didn't finish the game the bad news. It's actually a new injury and that's also the good news it's a new injury if it were the SC join again the right Septa. You'd have to say. Even when he plays against the packers he's one hit one play from being out against. This seems to be something to his left shoulder by video. I can't tell you exactly what it is. There's which sometimes good news because if he dislocated I could tell you. I don't think that's the case. I can't tell you exactly what he has. But it's new to the left shoulder and I think there is okay. Good chance I would expect that he will play and be good to go against the packers And I think that's part of where they said Look L.. Let us live to fight another day Dalvin and rest the rest of the game here in terms of feeling like they have a game in hand out in Los Angeles makes percents with a capable fill in like Mike. Boone had two touchdowns he actually had the second highest sparks score among running backs in two thousand eighteen draft only behind saquon so hard running running in athletic last Vikings Guy One ask you about. That's crucial to the defense's cornerback. Xavier Rhodes went into the chargers game with an ankle. Injury already played through it left left with what appeared to be a calf injury. Does he have a shot to play against Green Bay it's GonNa be hard Calf injuries linger CT Way Hilton. And uh-huh this even though he was GonNa want to at the quarterback position. It's pretty hard to break in driving the ball. If you don't have your staff there then you add the lingering ankle. I mean when you talk about multiple injuries and one of them being calf especially the positioning place as optimistic as I am on Dow Cook able to go. I'm not pessimistic and league's exist your roads being able to go last one. I want to ask you about beforehand it back to todd. The timeline probably doesn't work if it's a high ankle sprain but The seasons on the Line Right Philadelphia Dallas does lane. Johnson have a chance to play this week. I think he does first of all learning clean. Johnson Yasser Heikal Spring He might get some pre-game quote acupuncture to play area. I mean it's it's that big give a game and the other thing is he. You know Yes he's a tackle so he's a little more in space and I can guard. But but certainly it's easier to for a Lineman Wiedeman an offensive lineman to play through high ankle than some other skill position. So I think he's GonNa try everything you can to go. The question is If he can royal factor if you will be I think you're GONNA try all hands on deck type game coming up Sunday for the division and I know a lot of our board listeners Dr Chow who have been writing this Eagles Eagles train with the division future since the beginning of the season. So we'll all sit with wait and wait with bated breath as they go into that one against maybe resurgent cowboys team is short home underdogs but but before we get there. We do have a Monday night. Football game and clearly. The biggest injury around this contest is with. Ty held a lot of optimism through colts camp but you look through some of the lingering signs for T. Y.. Hilton this calf injury. Do you expect him to be able to give it a go tonight. And if if even tries how effective do you believe. He can be out there as a viable deep throat against the Saints Defense. Well you know. There's there's there's two two thoughts here the he will play thought and he won't play thought if you go by what the head coach says and very fulmer to him. Even Situation Frank Reich is if he plays on Monday. We'll be at one hundred percent. I E not playing short of a hundred percent. Well if that is actually true. He's not playing period. There's no way that cafeteria one hundred percent is lingered this long another couple of days. He's been full practice all all week and other days isn't GonNa Change Anything. There's no way he's hundred hundred percent for tonight's game. So we're going to stick to what Frank Reich really sad. Ty He's already told US T Y Hilton's not playing but we all know coachspeak and we all know this is. The colts is kind of last chance. They kind of have to win to stay in it to have any chance to stay in it so That may push what t y Hilton does and you may try. Try and go always interesting to see these guys and who's able to gut it out. As it becomes a war of attrition at this point in the season especially with playoff berths hanging in the balance team saw hang on for dear life in their respective conferences. You can follow Dr David Show on twitter at pro football doc like we say every week the single best source for injury information not only for your sports gambling but for those fantasy football ball championships. That are coming up. He's got a great podcast. Delve sometimes a little bit deeper into a lot of the injury information. Dr Chow. Can't thank you enough for your time. Although I'm going to have to cry before we continue the rest of this podcast with pain now. Knowing Chris Godden won't be available for me to go out there and win a title sort of your that gets into. Thanks as always Dr

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U.S. Trims Size of Afghan Military Force

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. Trims Size of Afghan Military Force

"The number of American troops in Afghanistan is quietly declined in general Austin Scott Miller the commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan says they reduce their authorized strength by two thousand the reduction has been happening over the past year even though a peace deal with the Taliban has not been made secretary of defense mark asper said over the weekend they could go down to eighty six hundred troops but middle be conditions

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U.S. Is Quietly Reducing Its Troop Force in Afghanistan

Ron St. Pierre

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. Is Quietly Reducing Its Troop Force in Afghanistan

"There are fewer US troops in Afghanistan general Austin Scott Miller the commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan told reporters in Kabul Monday that they reduced their authorized troop strength by two thousand the reduction is taking place over the past year even though a peace deal with the Taliban has not been

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 NASCAR drivers pushing limits on track, pointing fingers

Howie Carr

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

NASCAR drivers pushing limits on track, pointing fingers

"NASCAR Cup series drivers are pushing the limits on the track and pointing fingers off as tensions rise because there's just four races left before the playoffs Kyle Busch was summoned to the NASCAR holler at Michigan international speedway to talk with officials along with William Byron and bubble Wallace after sparring with both drivers at Watkins Glen Scott Miller NASCAR senior VP of competition said he had conversations with Jimmy Johnson and Ryan Blaney about their own off track feud this is a sermon

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Phillies want Manny Machado, Bryce Harper

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:54 min | 3 years ago

Phillies want Manny Machado, Bryce Harper

"To be feeding clear Phillies fans display all they've done. What they've done has been extraordinary despite all they've done. This off season would be considered an utter failure as affiliates. Don't walk away with Manny Machado. I can I can guarantee you for certain the front office is here. That. And I think no matter what it takes whether it's three thirty or three fifty or even north of that. I didn't the Phillies will do whatever is required to get done. Yeah. I said to Scott Miller, my sense was that John Middleton who made the comment about the Phillies, you know, perhaps spending stupid money. He would basically have to grab the steering wheel away from the front office analysts. What do you think? I I agree. I mean, those if they find a way not to to pull in Harper tho those are going to be word that he eats for very long time. I can assure you of that. All right. Let's talk about Manny Machado earlier in the week. I wrote a column in which I suggested that. I mean, I flat out don't think that the timing of the Machado signing is right because I don't think they're pitching develop enough. We we know that they have is tremendous wave of prospects coming you, send me a note after that though that maybe disagree a little bit both to an extent, I agree into an extent. I don't offer you both sides of the aisle. Here's the Padres. Lost ninety six games last season. And now have agreed to three hundred million dollar deal with Machado in that dynamic is practically without precedent. Before yesterday. There had been thirty nine nine figure contracts handed out to free agents in major league history. But only two of them were signed by team that won fewer than seventy games the previous season the oath. Dick's cubs. Went sixty six ninety six signed Alfonso Soriano to one hundred and thirty six million dollar deal. The twenty ten nationals went sixty nine ninety three. They signed Jason worth to a one hundred and twenty six million dollar deal. But the Padres of the top ranked form system, according to baseball America among other outlets, including our own law since two thousand five thirteen of the fourteen teams with that number one distinction made the playoffs BUSTER within two years. And the only exception was the twenty eleven royals and they wound up making it to back to back World Series in two thousand fourteen and twenty fifty. So let me ask you if you were Peter Seidler who is the owner of the Padres. And he's the one who's making like that not a general manager like AJ prowler. Would you have made the same decision that would have made the exact same decision? This is this is a city. In a franchise now that has the opportunity to explode because of the because the chargers have left they play in as we all know the best climate in America. Now have the opportunity to be the biggest show in town. I think Manny Machado though, he isn't Bryce Harper. In terms of celebrity is probably that present a better baseball player. Just in terms of his tools, Dan, Bryce Harper is I will go on record as saying that he will be well worth three hundred million dollars over the next ten years. And I will also point out that the five year player option is not something that shouldn't should should go without being mentioned because as you know, the collective bargaining agreement expires after three years, you never know what the market might look like in five a really shrewd move by Manny Machado when his representation to give them that player option after five

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Assassination puts Afghan election on hold for entire province

Chris Plante

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Assassination puts Afghan election on hold for entire province

"Powerful police chief of Kandahar province in Afghanistan dead. Correspondent Barbara Starr reports. General Scott Miller commander of NATO forces was present. But not the intended target attacker, an Afghan pointed the the weapon initially directly. It's general over Zeke one of the top Afghan officials there at the time by all accounts, it appears to have been an assassination of general receipt. But this was outside the compound very close quarters everyone moving very quickly considerable danger. Miller was not injured American service member died as well as to American civilians, President Trump threatening to send the military to the

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Police arrest anti-violence activists during march near Chicago airport

KSTE Programming

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Police arrest anti-violence activists during march near Chicago airport

"And a dozen protesters are behind bars following an anti-violence demonstration in Chicago. Illinois state police major David bird says that they arrested twelve people on Monday afternoon for trying to March on the busy Kennedy expressway near O'Hare international airport. Authorities say about sixty protesters were met by police at the entrance to the freeway. Protest leader, Reverend Gregory Livingston was among those

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4 missing, 13 injured after 2 boats collide on Colorado River

KNX Programming

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

4 missing, 13 injured after 2 boats collide on Colorado River

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone for people are missing and more than. A dozen are injured after a boat crash on the Colorado river. Last night, the crash occurred in Milwaukee reached park about three hundred miles east of Los Angeles we get details from Bridget Dowd of member. Station k. j. z. z. in Phoenix the high speed head on collision happened just after eight pm local. Time along, the border of California and Arizona Eric Sherwin is a spokesman with the San Bernardino county. Fire district he says first. Responders heard conflicting reports of how many people. Were on board the two. Boats and initially thought only two people were missing you can. Imagine at that time we were working in low to no light conditions with a flowing river Sherwin says the. Cause of the crash is under investigation and recovery efforts. Are

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Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early

"McCain is being laid to rest today. Private burial is set for the Sam noon at the US naval academy in Annapolis Maryland, following Saturday's funeral service at Washington National cathedral. Four presidents, George W Bush and Barack Obama were among those who paid tribute to McCain. But it was his daughter, Megan, who was the most blunt we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness. The real thing not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice. He gave so willingly nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who live lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served. Megan McCain did not mention President Trump by name, but Trump was not

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ASD may increase depression risk

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

ASD may increase depression risk

"A new study finds that young adults with autism spectrum disorders are at high risk of depression and John Hamilton reports on research that appears in the journal Jaama network open. The steady looked at more than two hundred thousand young people in Sweden. It found that nearly twenty percent of those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders also had been diagnosed with depression. By the time they turned twenty-seven. In contrast, depression was diagnosed in just six percent of young people who did not have autism. Previous studies have found that depression is common among at lessons with autism. The new findings suggest that they're elevated risk continues into adulthood. Several studies have also shown that people with autism are more likely to think about suicide. The authors of the new study, say the results show that health professionals need to look for signs of depression in young people with autism spectrum disorders. John Hamilton,

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