17 Burst results for "Sean Gilbert"
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Them kevin costner. Who's had a nice year. But the moment. I keep hearing this. I have friends that are giants fans. They keep saying this is their destiny. Feels like feels like it. Because you have all these older guys who are having career years in their mid thirties late thirties but to win playoff series. You just like the dodgers played this movie several times when they at the beginning of this run that they've had the marco have great regular season win a west coast and they'd get into a playoff series or a world series and they look up and the other team had three aces right and the other team had everyone come out of the bullpen. Throwing one hundred and they would have clayton kershaw. Who couldn't kwait do it or they'd have to squeezed four innings at five innings at a rich hill. Or they have to squeeze like they. Did you have the stacked pitching lineup that they do now. And so is in the postseason for some of these teams and to me. That's really what the divers have done differently. These last couple of years as i was just on. Tv in here They they had bueller sherzer and click and clayton kershaw was on screen. And then there's aureus. Yes i mean. So it's an embarrassment of riches. They're pitching but yeah. I mean. I've never disputed the fact that the dodgers are the better team on paper and they've performed. I can't say better than the giants because they're behind the giants right now but it's been equal and if i had to choose rosters i'd take the dodgers but when you start hearing that destiny nonsense coming out of there. They make believe they're better than what they are. Remember when it was the i think it was pat. Riley's heat when they did the all in thing and it was a bunch of vets and they all of a sudden they just caught fire and won a championship. Because yeah so a lot of stuff going on in la today and as you talk about the miami heat and they're going to win five not six championships. Right mean other heat team okay. That's the other famous team. I was coming off today this morning. At sea bomber in the clippers big groundbreaking. And i've got to tell you that that arena is going to be amazing. It is going to be this giant state of the art halo board like they have like an acre of lights like an acre of lights. I don't even know what that means. That sounds like it sounds like a lot so you think about it like thinking about it like a like a speed skating track so that it's going to be two sided halo instead of scoreboard. That's like a big box in the center. It's going to be a halo around the court and as gonna be really cool. Explain that again instead of a spare board. It's going to. Your board is usually like a big giant box. This is going to be like a ribbon foresight. Yeah it's going to be like a like a speed skating all the way around the track. Nice like every seem bomber. Pay two billion dollars for the clippers. And then he's gonna pay two billion dollars for this stadium if you think. But don't worry he's he like the man's is worth one hundred eight billion dollars. Not billion with a b. is he. He's got enough money to go up in space right. They said it was fifty. Five mil go up. you think. He's a space guy. I mean he do that anytime you want. And fifty five million to him. It's like five dollars for. I don't think he would. Because i think he's really obsessed big isn't he. He's six five fit. No no he's all about like the comfy seats like he's going to have the biggest seats at the arena and he's like really into like i gotta have enough bathroom. Everybody i mean these are like it's kind of fun but he's he's like he seems cool. Yes cool but like. I'm down there and i'm watching this so excited bomber gets excited like he'd just is excited by nature but then he gets talking about this and he started talking about championships. He's like we're gonna win a bunch of championships before we even get to this arena. And then we're gonna gets and we're gonna win solar. He's he goes where you send me like. Oh this is gonna be like that's really cool. It's awesome vision. And then he goes can be better than the hall of fame because we only championships house. Like i see how this happens. You get excited and you start talking and then you start saying we're gonna win championships and then you just double down on it and then you realize like i said at once i said it twice a month. We'll say it a third time and go even further you know. You uber jumped off a cliff into the water. Neither never well okay. Well i had aired even looking over the clinton too but like like he said when you start talking about champion once you'd like it once you jump and you're out in the air and there's nowhere to go but down you might as well have some fun. You know you're already out there you know. Yeah can't go back so you nuts about like so you're talking about leaving your and i get a little nervous too i get. I mean you heard me the day that you see supposed to. I'm always on masonite. See mason was supposed to lead his comrex. Dropped out right at the top of the show. We play this all the time. Because it's like hello. Hello oh it's just me talking. Okay wow here you can hear like career flashing before my. It's good no but see that makes you grow. You know when. I was a rookie. I was in san diego places getting ready to play. The chargers and the special teams coach was named wayne severe. God rest his soul. So i'm a rookie. I'm backing up sean gilbert. I'm also back it up on special teams that day and he walks while we're stretching this is stretching before the game like the chargers are out there. We're out there. The game's about to happen in like twenty minutes and he goes. Hey how you feel. I said i feel good coach. Ready to go. He goes good. You're leading the wedge today on kick return. Oh right okay. A- ask me how many reps. I took that week in practice in the wedge zero. Now i gotta go block the chargers in a wedge and i have absolutely no idea how to return this thing so that was nerves but we had a good day returning. So we're gonna have a good day today with me leaving show Happy one more thing. So these sherzer trade your into this more than i am. The max scherzer trade turner trade best trade. They've ever made best trade. The dodgers have ever made is. Is that just like now talk. Or is that for real the his dodgers. That's the best trade ever so far has been. I think it's a crazy thing to say because it sounds very hyperbolic like forever. Yeah people say. I think four times a week. He said it's the best day ever. You produce him every time. It was the best day ever since yesterday. Okay because that was also the best ever. I it has been. It has been though. If you think about how impactful shares are has been how impactful trae turner has been probably the best regular season trade. I've ever see now. But shouldn't we wait until the season is over..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I would guess i wasn't going to be a title favourite portland because we have to deal with the lakers. Okay powerhouses the celtics. Pows like that. But i want cash and wins but i would rather sacrifice the cash to keep the win peasant. How much cash. I would sacrifice online at not well. I'm not going to sacrifice half fifty. I'm not gonna sacrifice half the deal. No you're going to have to make it close. But yeah i would i would. I would do what it takes to stay on a team. That has a chance to win it so hard. It is to win. The million dollar man used to say who the million dollar man the wrestler. Oh yeah well. Everybody's got a price and that's why couldn't stand people that would leave. Do you remember sean gilbert. I think you were here taco. Yeah yes he was. He was the errand donald. I guess back then in the nineties and from pitt same school as aaron donald and he was the guy that mentored me into the nfl. So i went right from college. I'm still raw. Boola boola and i met show gilbert so he kind of mentored me then. We left went to saint louis and i remember we were on a bus leaving practice going back to the facility in city about fifteen minute drive. Everything in saint louis is a fifteen minute drive and he told me on the bus that he was getting ready to leave like. I'm leaving this team and going to washington. And i was so i never. I haven't spoke to him since. I was so disgusted by that. How can you leave us. We have a chance to be great. We have a chance to win and it was all about business and money was so. What's the basis now back then. Thirty years ago he wound up making forty eight million. Forty six million. This is nine hundred ninety. Five dollars for a defensive tackle. That's big dough. Absolutely no doubt but i'm saying i was supposed to be other players pockets last night me. We had a chance to be a dominant defensive line about the steel curtain. If i had a team that says i got a chance to make way more money. Something i said. Go ahead take yourself and your family. I wouldn't be mad if it i first. What's the team going to do for you here. What's the team offer. So if the team said if he told me the team is going to offer them twenty five million and you know you're close to that number but some team is about to break the bank and pay you way more than you're worth and you take that then an with washington did not him no Carolina them but he wants to the pro bowl that year. Yeah absolutely absolutely. So what's good here. There's nobody better to talk to you about this two things when i watched my football game to raspy exactly the. I'm sorry. i told my family that i was going to do a show with you and they went nuts. 'cause they're laker fans really yeah. I mean they're listening right now. But what does he look like now exactly the way he did as a player. Anyway go ahead except louis hair. Yeah go ahead. Look at grady. From the sanford sanford and son. Oh y'all agree but here's the thing that bothers me when i watched the rams play and when i watch lyman play 'cause i always like to watch the trenches. I always pay attention to that stuff. You're a big yeah. Ever since larry's larry allen was in the league who dominate at the line. Did anybody ever scare you in your career. Yeah oh yeah i was. I'm not man enough to say. Does darryl dawkins okay fair. Big monsters just didn't what. I've never heard any man pads until i lined up on larry allen why he was massive he was strong and we had played in an all star game together and he was just like he was nasty as a person not mean just gross like he would spit tobacco spit in his car seat. Just nasty type dude. But he was also nasty as a player and strong as i heard..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Off back not going anywhere or you grew up your whole life in los angeles there when there was no. Nfl yes there was no. We didn't have a team right. So the rams. I'm trying to remember what you're the rams actually left and went to saint. Louis what do we think it was. Maybe ninety three four. I live four years old neighborhood right tomorrow. I mean what what year. I'm trying to remember what year was early nineties. Right when the raiders left. No one the rams left. Oh ninety five yeah yeah. Ninety four season was here. Ninety five saint louis and did you. You went with the rams from from l. A. to saint louis yes. I was a rookie. I didn't know any better. I was you know turned on the i was in orange county. Yeah living with my college roommate and turned on the tv. And there's georgia frontier on tv with sparklers behind her and it said saint. Louis rams i said well i guess we're moving. I gotta go now demarco to a my really good college buddies were on that team with you. One was sean gilbert kill. Yeah right and one another one who is one of my closest pals in college. Because i was number nine. He was number eleven. So we lock right next to each other guy by the name of stephen israel big. Yes absolutely right is that was my guy that year that the year that they were drafted. Which i want to say was ninety. One ish gilbert sean. Gilbert was the number two overall pick in the draft to the rams yet and. I think that. I want to say that. Stephen israel was the second pick of the second round so two of my college teammates were big stars with the rams back. That big time Gill was my mentor. Sean gilbert was my mentor. Coming into the nfl. He really was and this is funny. I actually bumped him out of the defensive tackle position. They bumped him defensive end and he told me we were friends. He says you don't know how big this is. They're making me play in for you. Know what i mean. It was funny bills my guy. Yeah i mean that guy. Coming out of high. School was like the gatorade high school player of the year. No doubt monsters. He was a beat. What are they doing in. Pittsburgh for defensive tackles i mean good lord. I know man he was. He was a superstar and stephen israel. This is one of my favorite things. One day. stephen. Israel gets a A letter in his locker and he comes over to me and he goes cap Actually think this is for you. And i go. No it's addressed to you is for you. He goes yeah but they just named me a jewish all american because my last name israel. I think this is for you buddy. Wow so so. Laura grows up in la where there's no rams there's no raiders. The chargers are down in san diego. And so i think laura you grow up like a lot of kids in la when there's no nfl team in the hometown you watch every other game and you may not actually have a passion for one team. But i gotta i gotta try and work on your all your long on the rams. You shouldn't have to though cap. I would say. Look if you're trying to decide between the raiders and the rams right now it's a no brainer really if even if you don't wanna marry i would say date. The rams as long as jon gruden is the coach of the raiders. Okay i that's going to be a mess for a while. It's not fun with him. As we're saying that greg. And i were having while you guys are your conversation on air because he said we need to get you married to a team. That's that's a little just a little strong. I can date and possibly get engaged to a team. And i'm okay. I'm open very open to the rams because we are the ramp station and every time we have mcvay on or one of the players are super dope. And i mean you're here and gerke and travis. So i'm jose date and make sure you marry before the super bowl. Don't be blue that wagon. That's why didn't pick the chiefs when we had a bunch of people telling me like all mahomes. I don't want to be that person. 'cause y'all went sandy. Read a car. i'm gonna tell you something laura. I'm became a rams fan five years ago. And i'll tell you what happened When the chargers decided that they were going to take off for la. I said to you have to remember. I was in san diego at the time. And i was fighting to keep the chargers in san diego and i said to everybody who was a former charger fan. Everybody who gave up on the chargers. I said look the way you hurt. The chargers is not to become a raider fan. You become a rams fan because the rams and the chargers on some levels will compete for corporate sponsorship for ticket sales for sells for eyeballs for tv ratings for radio. So i said the way you the way you hurt the chargers you become a rams fan and i married the rams directly out of divorce from the chargers directly rebound. Yeah that's we don't want that either. Well it's tough. I'm still committed to this relationship. Are you though a lot of hatred. Read owner for the ex. And there's like a town new for the new found my new soulmate. Hey stick around everybody. Because overrated underrated will kick us off here on a friday. Thank you very much chris. All right birthday time demarco. you're ready. Yes right charlie sheen or snowboarder for you kept shaun white oud lease. Don't say oh please. You don't know anybody a lot of people. I don't know a lot of actors and actresses people from the fifties. No no no. That's incorrect now sean. White i mean come on. It's an olympic superstar. Okay right go ahead. Isn't that the guy. They called the flying tomato okay. He didn't like the name right. No he did not. He did not like the name eventually. Cut his hair eventually cut his hair. I liked flying tomato. I think i would have stayed with it. i'll go. She underrated half to For a while. that's all we were talking about in this world was charlie sheen so underrated end shaun white. Because he didn't like flying tomato overrated. Now i love sean white because and i'll tell you what i love about him. Not only was. He a great decorated olympic snowboarder. But he was also a transitional athlete meaning he was also a great skateboarder. So you think of those two things like oh. They're the same. If you can skateboard you can still not necessarily so. I love the fact that sean white was great at both of these sports. But i'm with you charlie sheen tiger blood you know. I'm trying to remember some of the other. What was it. i'm a warlock. Yeah would say all kinds of crazy stuff man. He was out of his mind and he was super interesting. So i'm gonna go. Charlie's underrated and i'm gonna unfortunately shaun white. I don't know if you know he's a he's a he's a snowboarder champion. Yes yes. He should've married one of the kardashian's can you imagine that no sheen incurred. Can you imagine that in his heyday that would have been. You would have been a mess. The world of exploded kaplan serve tons to play a little bit of a movie. Pitch game. Because i know demarco loves movies so this all works out that way. So we'll start off. I got five of these. You can stop whenever you want. But god and queen. Elizabeth spend a night walking around wellness. Iris and talking about in this. Joel and ethan coen film. I'm gonna say that that is an overrated concept for film. Because i'm not really sure how god walks around god walk. I mean does he does. He does she. Does he walk does he..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"One of these guys just not going to get a job and it's going to be a shame so i'm really excited about how they looked on. Defense the defensive back you had a guy named mark gilbert. He's from the pittsburgh area. He's related to Sean gilbert and another guy durrell rivas that you've heard of. He played a duke. Did not play a lot. Because he's had injury problems but if he's healthy number seventeen. Look really good on defensive corner. They've got a lot of young players. I'm really excited. And this game. Just showed them off showcase what they can do. I really think that next week against your philly boys. You're going to see so much more of what the pittsburgh steelers team can do. What we're gonna do is we're going to have you on next week for before and after we'll preview that preseason game more detail because again there's things are going to happen in both training camps between now and then players they may not be there. Is it okay with you. That's absolutely okay so this is good news. Everybody for the steelers organization will be there next week because of the hall of fame game. They have the the They do not have to cut five players like the other teams will after the first game. So that's that's really good news there so we'll see extended look at some of these guys and you'll get a chance to kind of figure out what the black and gold ministerial gonna look like this year. Ryen anthony davis heavy stellar weekend in unit. So you know it is national water balloon day it is well laid with some of those yet but do not tell my kids because they like to make a mess and they're not afraid to do it inside the house. So you're trivia question is and you're so good particularly when we come to the nineteen eighties music that being said the water balloon actually originated with a sock specifically a water per sock when it was invented in the nineteen hundreds. Can you tell us what decade that first waterproof sock was invented in the nineteen hundreds and that is where your water balloon playing started. Okay well i'm gonna probably say it how to be during wartime so i have to guess between the nineteen chan's and twentieth for world one or maybe World war tooth for some reason. I'm going towards world war two. So let's say the forties actually guess excellent and what analysis the man stellar. Actually this visit here is nineteen fifty. Okay it's almost like you always want to give it to brian. The nineteen forties would have been up to nineteen forty nine. How close okay. yeah. I'm sure that All of that running around over overseas they a lot of people realize that they need water through socks so it was probably in development probably doesn't develop his quick so the idea was probably born in the forties forty. We'll go to give you credit for that. I tell you when these contestants they explain their reason for getting the correct answer well done and you are a winner here. As a throw in wednesday we had a day. You probably really like. It was nestle chocolate chip cookie day. All yes i do. Those were invented in the nineteen thirties. This one i'll just go ahead and tell you in massachusetts by a woman who actually made a mistake. She actually ran out of your baker's chocolate and as you can imagine a chef cooke baker there in the kitchen this relates to the toll house. Toss restaurant and what do i do. Well all put in semi sweet. Semi sweet does not melt in your chocolate chip. Cookie was born absolutely. We suggest you again sometime in the days ahead and maybe perhaps that would be little snack suggestion. You know what. I've tried recently with an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. That i decided that at my wife was she could make and we made them together and they were fantastic. That's a good combo and the oatmeal is good for. You is really good..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Down for 14 days. If you're talking about an individual school, 5% again is the metric the number of cases per 100,000. San Diego's holding steady at 80 and schools are eligible to open September 1st. If the rate remains below 100 once opened, they'll remain open unless there's an outbreak on campus, regardless of the size of the county. Overall. Jack Chronicle new meantime, as your kids are getting ready to go back to school. Ah, lot of people have plenty of anxiety. Parents have had to make a lot of decisions lately, including whether to let their kids go back to school for In person Learning, Councilor Lee Richardson says while kids have been getting used to restrictions of wearing masks and physically distancing, they are likely nervous six years old and I'm walking in that door and I am just totally overwhelmed with everything. And honestly, I don't think it's a whole lot different. If you're 13, she says parents should assure their kids everyone is in this together and tell them if they have any concerns, they should talk it over. Maryland. Haider Kogo News, a gym owner refused to close his university Heights facility, violating county public health orders has temporarily closed his gym and a letter of members Boulevard fitness owner Sean Gilbert says potential fines against the gym would prevent him from reopening. Gilbert has not said a reopening date, but says he's working with legal counsel to come into compliance with public health orders. Traffic and weather Next Coco News time 10 02 from your always sunny San Diego hot and even Chevy Center authorities still working with this earlier hit and run accident nor pound 15 Rancho Bernardo while from to the carpool lanes, though it's into the center divide or in the center divide, not causing too much of a slowdown. This report sponsored by your San Diego Honda dealers, 2020 Honda CR V's are loaded with extras..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Owner Sean Gilbert says potential fines against the gym would prevent him from reopening. Gilbert hasn't said a reopening date but says he is working with legal counsel to come into compliance with public health. Orders a federal ruling on a controversial issue on the use of bathrooms in schools. Virginia school boards, transgender bathroom ban is unconstitutional. That's according to a three judge panel of the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals, which found that the Gloucester County School board discriminated against a transgender male student who was barred from using the boy's bathroom in his Virginia high school. The ruling is a victory for transgender rights advocates and Gavin Grimm. Who is required to use restrooms that corresponded with his biological sex, female or private bathrooms. Grimm, who was represented by the way, You said in a statement that the court's decision is an incredible affirmation, not just for me, but for trans youth around the country. In Washington. John Decker Fox News. The city wants your feedback on two competing plans to redevelop the tailgate lot near Petco Park. Both plans call for a combination of office, retail, residential and open park space. Brookfield Properties also wants to add a bizarre style marketplace in a culinary incubator for restaurants, startups. Another plan by the Padres into developers, which feature hundreds of market rate in affordable housing units and a 1600 space parking garage. With a recreational field on the roof. You can give your opinion at East Village Quarter input dot ord Joshua Lipton KOGO news. There is still no explanation as to why a 20 year old Michigan woman who was declared dead was discovered alive hours later at a funeral home. The 20 year old woman identified is to Misha Bo champ who has cerebral palsy was declared dead. Goodbye. Emergency crews who responded to her family suburban Detroit home Sunday who was unconscious and not breathing in who three times found her absence of all vital signs. Self field fire chief Johnny Menefee, the Oakland County medical examiner's office also clear of the death. We left her in care of the family to call the funeral home of their choosing a Detroit funeral home where later staff confirmed Abo champ was breathing and now recovering. The family has hired an attorney. The investigation Into the incident is ongoing. That's Jeffe Man. Also, the world's wealthiest person continues to rake in the cash. Of course, Forbes says Amazon founder Jeff Bezos became the first ever to be worth $200 billion. It comes after stock for the e commerce giant went up 2% on Wednesday to put it in perspective. Bezos is worth almost $90 billion more than Microsoft co founder Bill Gates, who's the second richest person in the world, Forbes noted Bezos would have even more money if it weren't for the biggest divorce settlement in history last year, remember She gets half He gets half Hurricane Laura slamming the coasts of Texas and Louisiana and causing turmoil upstream as well. We'll have an update coming up in 6 40 stories trending a sailor is under investigation.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on WTOP
"W GOP. 11 year old Davon McNeil was dressed in his football jersey as his body was carried in a horse drawn carriage through the streets of southeast D. C. Hundreds, then gathered at the Anacostia High School football field for the funeral. Davon was shot and killed at a community cookout on the fourth of July. Meantime, an additional $30,000 reward is being offered in David's murder. That brings the total to 50 5000. So far. Two men have been arrested, but police are looking for additional suspects identified his 19 year old Carlo Hannah, Raul, and 25 year old Marcel Gordon, both of southeast police of the men are armed and dangerous. The Washington Post on covering a person behind a number of social media hoaxes intended to rile of far right wing extremists. One of them involved a fake and teeth of flag burning events in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, at which 100 showed up to confront the participants who never arrived. I spoke with the Post investigative reporter Sean Dulberg, about what they found out from there. Shortly after we wrote our first story, we got a call from some former multiple former acquaintances of a guy named Adam Cuba, who lives right outside of Pittsburgh, and we started looking into his background. These former acquaintances were fairly certain that he had something to do with it. We found lots of Web sites. Social media accounts that both had his name on it. But many others that has similarities to those with his name on it, but that we're also spreading Similar sorts of propaganda. Now he confronted him in person. So what did he have to say? For himself about all this? We tracked him down at a friend's house in Pennsylvania. So we drove out there knocked on the door. And he answered. I had exchanged direct messages from private messages with him while he was organizing. This is Aunt Eva protests and he was assuming an alias on alternate name and pretending to be someone else. So we have had exchanged messages. So the second, I said on Sean Gilbert from The Washington Post. First responses. How did you find me? And what did he say that he have any remorse about what? He did no more. He basically told us. He has been doing this for his own amusement for years. He clearly was proud of them. He got a kick out of them. But we said Look in some of these events you have heavily armed people. In one case in 2017 guy shot himself accidentally. And we said, you know, don't you think you any misgivings about this? And he said, No, the guy that shot himself. That's actually the comedy in that. Is there anything illegal about what he did here, But we talked to some legal experts and they said he's basically claiming That a group of people is would hold a peaceful and legal protest. Flag burning is protected speech, and so they said. There's nothing illegal there. And even if a prosecutor could find a law, his first Amendment protections history speech protections would sort of provide AH protective umbrella, so it doesn't look like he broke the law again. That's the Washington Post investigative reporter Sean Goldberg, 11 14 a recently added statue of General Robert E. Lead. Two. Faced at Antietam National Battlefield. The big Statue of General Lee astride his horse traveler was erected by a private individual in 2003 on land. That was then given to the National Park Service. Ginger Bigelow, who lives in nearby Boonsboro is upset. The statue's been defaced. I am disgusted I.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"He's not trying to be a rebel but small business. Shoes are hurting, and he had to take a stance. Sean Gilbert is the owner of Boulevard Fitness on Alcohol in Boulevard and tells Kogo News. He'll be open tomorrow despite the governor, ordering all indoor gym's closed. You know, on the first shot down happen, we complied. We were shut down for almost three months. We followed rules. The number went down. We took equipment out. We moved the clicking around in regards to making six foot space was shut down. Certain areas are were confined areas are shut down completely. No one can use them know it's all about ventilation. So Newsome allow things open back up in phases, and we followed to a T. Then, sure enough, five weeks in the business seems like a lot of small businesses are assigned a crime out of the hole. And sure enough, he closes things down from may be rising numbers from something else. But It's one of those things where, with the bottom my heart and my soul way can't be closed down because of what I experienced. The re opening of my gym was incredible where people said this is essential to everyone who works, so it's essential regardless of what the governor says myself. My members, my staff. It's essential. They needed this in their life. It's one of those things in the fitness world. You just don't don't do it one time and never go back. It's a lifetime. It's part of your life to mental health. It's physical. It's fight. Many diseases helps prevent many diseases. So to me and the rest of us in this world, it's essential. Are you open today? I closed today for a thorough cleaning. We actually went in seven hour clean from head to toe. Wipe stuff down. We move stuff around close, even another section of the gym based upon ventilation. My gym is ah, a gym that has 40 40 50 foot sailing, three humongous Bake Raj doors and outdoor area. It's pretty big. We will open tomorrow. At 6 a.m. normal time and do you split the exercising inside and outside or is it all inside? That's a great question. It's indoors and outdoors. We have an outdoor section and we have an indoor section. But even the indoor section is opened. With three massive garage doors, so it's technically there's no wall from the outdoors to the indoor. It's one wide open spot that actually goes outside how many people would be allowed inside your facility At one time? A couple number down capacity with 100% capacity. I was allowed roughly 330 people by fire code. Now I've cut it in half and I don't let it go. 100 mohr, but the highest number I've seen so far was 77 78. Give or take a number two. Now what if an enforcement person comes around? I have hired Ah, legal counsel in regards to the scandalous when it comes in, If it does come in, you know we had a great great meeting today with my lawyer And she says, is what we're going to do. And this is what we're all about, like that. We're not just a gym where many, many other things there. And we sell powerful. We we have therapy. Did your lawyer give you an idea that you could share with us of her strategy? She was very honest. She was very up for with us. And, like six other gym there. She's working with private gyms to you know, there was a couple of forms or the state made a very, very hard to find for a normal person. Mom what was accepted on what was defined. But she was very easy to find it and it made me feel a tease where Newsome clearly didn't define a few things, and and I'm not saying he did it, But there was a form that was kind of hard to find for the average person, But she knew exactly what I look for in after reading it. It made a lot of sense for small businesses to say open. John Gilbert, the owner of Boulevard Fitness on Alcohol on Boulevard can air purification systems be effective in fighting the spread of covert 19? One company called Molecule with a K is betting they can the CEO molecule J. Around hotels. KOGO News. It's new air purification technology does something fundamentally different in that we don't just filter the air of particles. We also helped destroy an entire range of microscopic pollutants and Particularly relevant now, as you mentioned is, is the ability to destroy airborne viruses, she says. The device is plugged into a wall and work immediately at home or in an office. But the core technology inside of it, which is called PICO or photo, electrochemical oxidation is basically You know, pulling air into it. And then through a chemical reaction on our filter surface able to destroy, you know this entire gammon of pollutants being airborne chemicals. Things like pet dander. Specifically, she says. It works through a combination of UV light and that specially coated filter. So if you look at our filter, you know in in a normal way, You're not going to see anything perfect, particularly different. But what molecule did that was unique is that at the surface of our filter, there's a nano particle coding. And when that nanoparticle coding sees that UV light from led these inside of our device, it creates a chemical reaction on the surface of our filter that allows us to destroy. You know, these range of Putin and many are hoping technology like this can be used to help businesses reopen safely and successfully. Ted Garcia. KOGO News REMINDER Taxes are due today. I'm going to Chuck Wall Street in just a few minutes. And why one actress regrets a movie role and we'll check your real time traffic in three minutes on San Diego's evening news going.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The Palais rabbi who survived a deadly shooting in his Synagogue more than a year ago, has pleaded guilty to federal tax and wire fraud charges. He was attorney's office says Habad of power a rabbi Israel, Goldstein collected phony donations, returning 90% of it and keeping 10% for himself. Assistant U. S. Attorney Emily Allen telling KOGO news radicals means stood at the centre of Tax Evasion tax Charitable donation scheme involving More than a dozen people who are participating in this by pretending to make charitable donations that we're actually just secretly kicked back to them. Alan says. Goldstein was under investigation since 2016 and accumulated more than $6 million in fraudulent donations, personally pocketing more than $600,000. U. S Attorney's office is recommending Goldstein be sentenced to probation. Goldstein also agreed to pay $2.5 million in restitution. More restrictions on indoor businesses start today. But in pal Way City leaders are coming up with innovative ways to help gyms and houses of worship. Coco's Joshua Lipton has more on a proposal considered today by the City Council. First, it was picnic tables for outdoor dining. Now Pao, a mayor Steve Boss wants to hold gym class and church services in city parks. We've got an awful lot of big parks a whole lot of acreage, but allow these businesses and are Thousands of warships to use space in our park so they can carry on bosses. The sharing outdoor spaces or S O s program would be available the fitness organizations and houses of worship with a pal way business certificate and commercial insurance, he says. There's enough outdoor space for everyone to enjoy. We're going to try and keep him away from sports fields so people can still recreation there, but they'll be able to reserve space and, most importantly, One charge Import boss says the program could be operational before the end of the week. Joshua Lipton Kogo News. Meantime, a San Diego gym owner is standing and defiance after the governor ordered to stop Tio indoor operations to slow the pandemic. Sean Gilbert runs Boulevard Fitness in University Heights and tells reporting partner 10 news. It's a matter of survival..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Two picks in the draft ended up still being a miserable franchise for most of the nineties for what it was worth later on that trip the trip was a really great as it is but Desmond Howard went number four to Washington in Leon Searcy eleven to the Steelers it was a pretty bad draft overall lot of Boston that draft but they obviously got the word Sean Gilbert went three to the rams there was Troy Vincent seven to the dolphins to busts at the top first two picks the draft a couple years ago the Cleveland Browns had two first round picks and they took Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden I mean talk about total busts and then a couple of years later they have two first round picks it took Justin Gilbert and Johnny Mann Zell two first round busts so just having picks the first round doesn't automatically mean that you're gonna make a great roster but it gives you a chance to build a team ET your identity with three first round talents which is usually three times more than any other team has the dolphins that I'd have a chance to really put the afterburners on in building the roster that they want and again in the AFC east the floor is now yours the patriots are no longer the patriots they might still be knighted six seven six nine seven ten six good but they are not the dominate thirteen three T. that you cannot topple if you are the dolphins the jets the bills tonight is vital to be the next team to take over that division when.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Head the first who picks in the draft their number one and number two and they thought they already have their quarterback Jeff George they took Steve admin number one out of Washington defensive tackle vita quitting corrie act linebacker A. N. M. at linebacker as you know it meeting core yet never amounted to anything at mid major injuries and the colts with the first two picks in the draft the first two picks in the draft ended up still being a miserable franchise for most of the nineties for what it was worth later on that trip the trip was a really great as it is but Desmond Howard went number four to Washington in Leon Searcy eleven to the Steelers it was a pretty bad draft overall lot of Boston that draft but they obviously got the worst Sean Gilbert went three for the rams there was Troy Vincent seven to the dolphins to busts at the top first two picks to draft a couple years ago the Cleveland Browns had two first round picks and they took Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden I mean talk about total busts and then a couple of years later they have two first round picks it took Justin Gilbert and Johnny man's al two first round busts so just having picks the first round doesn't automatically mean that you're gonna make a great roster but it gives you a chance to build a team ET your identity with three first round talents which is usually three times more than any other team has the dolphins tonight have a chance to really put the afterburners on in building the roster that they want and again in the AFC east the floor is now yours the patriots are no longer the patriots they might still be knighted six seven six nine seven ten six good.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"One nothing Norfolk as we go to the bottom of the third inning as the night is done for Josh Lucas in a spot start that was only the second start that's a long time believer in the minors in a little bit in the majors it's only the second start he's made since two thousand thirteen well Lucas is very good he give up just one baserunner then headed straight down he will not be involved in the decision and Mike Monaco here comes the veteran lefty shot deal for years can take over here he's going to get nine and one after just the twenty two catches Luke is made at the outset of this game the guy at the pasar sixteen before twenty nine year old and former first round pick of the Braves out of Florida state lefty lefty with the first three batters starting with Cole sturgeon or take straight one you know this is such a left handed a heavy line up these days that Billy McMillan puts out we've seen teams recently try to match up lefties when these part of the order to come up so we can do this by sturgeon only to I get to the numbers on Gil Martin in a moment but first study about Cole sturgeon two seventy five in seventy six games the to pitch swinging a miss just got a piece to the end of the day fell off the catcher Austin with these alive no coal who's become just about every day outfielder recently just three for twenty four slash seven but an RBI double in Toledo on Sunday we played it for you know brigade show lefty lefty billboards fixed wing hard ground ball rate side get out of the reach of the second baseman running high who was shifted over in that direction but he still could not get there Cole sturgeon greets Gil Martin with a single you know we almost struck down just barely tip the fell ball and bring him back alive to get that six earlier this year back in may down in Virginia to a third no word runs one owner on one hit one walked is pretty efficient as well he looks solid when the pasas on that brings up the number nine better once intento again another lefty any takes a fastball in there for strike one once it's in a lake sturgeon the last week or so has been quiet with the bat but he also had an RBI double in Toledo during the last Sunday it was in the ninth inning no one pitch down in a way that time goes breaking balls Sean Gilbert Santana comes in with a batting average of two forty four and seventy games three homers thirty five driven in thank read it first with nobody out bottom of the third in a one nothing Norfolk lead opener of a three game series sturgeon a very shortly did for us one one four going to chop back to the hilt not hit very hard till March first to second base they just get the out there related first though is not a time was the shortstop V. Elba who took the throw from the pitcher Virginia was really to get to second base but it ends up being a one six dealers for almost got throw to first thing nearly beat turn into two it sits in a replacing sturgeon at first base and here comes the leadoff batter zoo a land John Gil Martin twenty nine years of age it's a game in the big leagues this season for the Orioles first pitch this new way is a fast ball called a strike red at the bell over the outside corner actually made a start when the Orioles said selected as contracts the key back in June yes it's been designated for assignment at the end of that month first the first it checks in on since then he is not going anywhere it's in the back of the bag before the first baseman debate C. caught the pick Josh Gil Martin to he replaces the guy that you have a a naming link right I was Josh Lucas is Alex only one on the way takes a fast ball outside one and one that was an eighty nine mile an hour so Josh Lucas started for those of you were thinking how do I know the name Josh Lucas I give you okay I'll give you the answer that's the same date as deep as the Hollywood actor Josh Lucas one pitch well not listed in the left field packing up mount castle still back over the shoulder able to make the catch all the warning track back to first go since then nice plate right amount castle is only playing the outfield for the third time Paul was just about an extra base hit yeah he's always had defensive question marks surrounding him he's gone from short to third base your first base and now like you said a dozen starts in left field coming into tonight's action that's a really nice catch so the former long time in New York the guy we saw in this league also with Rochester and Gwinnett gilbarco basic is first radio chatter protects low ball one CT Chatham in his second triple a at back just promoted today he flew out to write his first answer to our since then remained at first CG Chatham former second round pick by boss of Florida Atlantic college player it's so we can advance mark pulled a string on and I will finish the job Lucas story because there's more to Josh Lucas the actor who has the same name as the night spot starter for Norfolk has the full name the actor of talking about his full name is Josh will Lucas our his last name is our his name is Josh Mauer yeah you said look up the full name I don't know what to expect it just kept getting better and better that's the actor from the movie glory road a beautiful mind all rights inside to emote to take around here I think the first time I saw Josh Lucas in a movie was probably a beautiful mind member the great Russell Crowe movie about John Nash yeah and then he was the coach of glory road Haskins the legend and he is actual given name is Josh from our spelled the same way as I spell my last name he's got like three middle names to it's a roller coaster so his real name is not actually Josh Lucas but I presume the pitcher tonight's is here's a strike at the knees the Chatham did agree with two with two anyway if you had a stage name what would it be it's the next logical question is it now it's got I never quite got that far my middle name is to to patch hide away three into without an H. E. R. B. E. R. that's my mom okay I think you meant Burke or for I like that Josh what herbal power so jammer Josh Lucas marries the actor three into its get back to chat up we'll send a runner here centennial he's off to the pitch swing and a miss breaking ball down it in for a kill bart and the better it gets him to end the inning the Chatham starts so for to kill Martin gets a scoreless first Josh Lucas when we come back tonight it's progress a lot to you know one of those so far as night we'll talk all about it we go back to the fourth one on the north Hey everybody Geraldo here my old friend and mentor my boss Roger ailes at fox news used to say the only thing in the middle of the road kid is road kill you got to pick a lane I defied him I defy everybody I'm in the middle of the road check out my podcast you'll find out road kill we talk about the most pressing issues most controversial issues of the day listen to road kill with are all.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Play. Do it. They comes he comes in, and I said to the costumer Roger fork said, Gilbert Gottfried is Hitler about the same size as Hitler, but I don't want him to be a glorious Hitler. I want to see him in the socks later. I wanted to be Gilbert Hiller. Gentler legs and great walk. So I thought we got to show off Gilbert has beautiful ankles. Yeah. It's like like Brando Stanley coonskin. Yeah, you don't want just any any hip. He's played the part before. Yeah, I was right. Yeah, it was in a movie where I did a small parts Hitler. But I weigh the hell. Yeah. And in, in highway, the hell it was funny are in the credits. And it was in the movie this time, it was funny. This time you to use the maybe a poor word murdered. It was such a. Really? And Gilbert, Canada hersal. He got there before the before the camera people. He was so excited. First thing the lighting's guy in the customer, they put the armband in the Ma Sean Gilbert, to make sure everything fit for the and that was it Gilbert, didn't take it off until he left on the airplane. Did he make a beeline to craft services? We've Hitler Hitler. He's. It was wonderful. He really got into character. And, and I think if Hitler saw it, I think he'd probably be really proud. Bruno gones are the are the definitive Hitler's and, and. Yeah, it was the row stuff and Frank. How did you feel when you were looking like Hitler? What did it make you feel like I finally in my element? As a Jewish person. Did you have any sort of mixed feelings about doing the role none, none, none? That's the way I prayed Mel Brooks used to talk about revenge through ridicule. This is how the Jews take on the Nazis. We mock them O N. He did a lot of it. It did a lot of it. Yeah. I'm I'm proud of the work. We did. I think it came out, great. Yeah. I did too. I think you should win. And a German, EMMY. Let's give a nod to John Lovett says as FDR. Yes, sir. Wonderful and Fred Willard, planet, drillers, Feinstein, of course, played and Frank and I played myself as Jewish comic during the Nazi occupation. Yes, you're wearing one of those old suits with the star of David on it. Right. And it made me it made me. It gave me a certain seriousness. I didn't I wasn't silly about it. I didn't have to, you know, it made me feel like comedies important. And when we say is important as comedians I didn't want to, I didn't wanna be cavalier about wearing that Jewish star of David I wanted it to mean something and I'm not even a religious person. But, you know, this is this is our world Gilbert, this is our, our arena. We don't make films we make jerk growth. And, and there's no very few documentaries or movies about Anne, Frank anywhere. I couldn't find any even as to show. My writers for research is the diary of aunt only diarrhea van Frank. Yeah. And, and as a resource so eh it gave me great pride to see my, my writers, who were young. My, my Vietnamese writer taking home, a copy of the diarrhea van Franken coming back the next day with. Ideas and jazzed about it, and completely all in on her story. So we talk about the holocaust say, never forget, how can we, we to know about it? The younger generation has to know about it for us to really for the story to go on for the cautionary tale. And one of your riders thank me a bunch of times during the show, but playing Hitler on him. And the reason was that his grandmother was camp survivor. Right. As the he thought this was so important, right? Like to make a fool out of Hitler. Right. And that she survived, and, you know, Hitler's being left at his that's Eddie Firth, who's one of the originators of the historical roast, and he his grandmother, Molly, I believe aim is wrote a book and she survived an and he his family. Very proud of the work proud, proud that he his show took on this thing. And, and I think it's if you can say who, why would you roast and Frank? Well, how could you not? Yeah, what do I get a row someone something, I don't care about this is perhaps, one of the people I care about the most in the world are book, change the way, I think about humanity and, and have writer kept thanking me throughout the whole production. Yes, it was so important for him. Yeah. Also, I want to mention the, the Lincoln roast with our friend. Bob sag it. Yeah. And stay most as John Wilkes booth really fun. And who was the comic who was playing Harriet Tubman? She was great yarmulke Saunders. Larry. He's one of our writers, a dear friend of mine really funny, Yemeni really attack that Harriet Tubman. He was great. I hung out with her on Memorial Day. She took me in a bunch of us on a on a excursion to the to the Staten Island ferry. She likes to ride the ferry on national holidays. It's free. It's fun. It's patriotic to go past the statue of liberty, so Yama nica, definitely. Let us around Staten Island, the Hudson river the way, Harriet, Tubman, led those people out of slavery. Great job, everybody, and one thing, I'm proud of. And I think you are too. You're already getting in trouble for these roles. I might have seen something about that online. Well, I mean, anytime you take on things that are sacred, you know, if it doesn't offend somebody somewhere, it's not funny. It's probably not funny. So you, you know you have to it's I feel it's my responsibility. If you're comfortable watching a roast of and Frank or Martin Luther King junior, which we do follow that, discomfort. Maybe you'll learn something about yourself. Maybe you'll learn something about other people. What's wrong with being uncomfortable? What was carlin's line that you like to talk about Gilbert, George Carlin said, it's the duty of a comedian to find out where the line is drawn and deliberately crossover, it right comics without borders. Yeah. I like that. What is your t-shirt say right now when you're wearing a tee shirt, I'm offended by people who are always offended? Perfect. Website. Everyone's offended in the internet age because everybody has a bully pulpit. Now we talk about it and the old days you had to write a letter people are trying to get mad. They wanna be offended because they know that they have a better punch down at you. Absolutely are waiting for you to say anything where they can have the one in the chamber set to go the fire back. It also gives them access to the conversation to what's going on. Right. And if you don't answer these, these idea, by the way, people who are might be complaining that the holocaust should not be mocked. They're probably right. I agree with them. Yeah. This is not the perfect way to learn about this. But I'm the only one talking about an Frank. I'm sorry. I'm not on the evening news. Like this is my my thing, some would say these are, there are survivors out there in these things are trigger to them. So I don't know how many ninety year olds are watching our Netflix historical rose. But I mean, does that mean any talk is a trigger? We, we laugh through the pain if we don't laugh, we cry. It's been a long time since the holocaust. This is how we're going to learn. I can't expect my teenage nephews to, to go to the Anne Frank house in an Amsterdam to, to learn about the hall. Let everybody could afford that, you know, I'm talking to teenagers who are all over the country all over the world, you know, with this show. So this is a way to at least get them curious enough to Google and Frank or Martin Luther King or Muhammad Ali, or some of the other. People. We talk about, you know, we talk about Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman in this show. These are names that adults are getting confused about who's who it was strangely educational right realizes. I was watching it. So, you know, to me, there's so much fake news. We talk about fake news. That's gonna evolve in a fake history. I felt an obligation to give a people's history to every joke in the historical roadshow. They're six episodes, every joke is based. In fact, you know, it's a, a trustee narrator. And what what's funny, too is like. It. It's it is respectful. There's something like it's both extremely offensive and extremely respectful at the same time, right? Well, that's what rose are. Yeah. It's a great device to be. You know, it's like. A Pat on the back and kick in the ass. You know what I mean? Speaking laughter through pain. I we were talking before we turn the mic on about the prison special. Uh-huh. That you did which I watched with my wife, which is absolutely fascinating. Thank particularly the part where you were performing for the women. Right. The incarcerated women. Right. And how you bonded with these people. Well, this is show I did a couple years ago and. I had been trying for a long time to get access to maximum security jail or prison. And everybody said, no but there's. There's a jail in Texas. Brass's county jail, where the sheriff and the jail administrators. They have a lot of autonomy over their jails, and they saw the good in bringing in an entertainer, and I and they asked for a month notice, so that they could use it as good behavior. In other words, you had to be a in order to see my show, and when word got out in the jail, that I was doing a show for the guys, the women, obviously. They wanted the same incentive. They wanted to say they had a show and this wasn't part of the plan. I was always up for it, but there were security issues with, with how to make that work force, and to put all the women in one room at the same time is not their normal routine. So I did an off the cuff. You know, I was looking at all the solitary confinement cells, and doing sort of the documentary part of the special and the jail administrator at the time, Wayne Dickie said, the women seem to be really super jealous that you're doing a show for the guys. How do you feel about doing a show for the women in half an hour? Okay. Well, I worked months on my act for the guy pulled it off. So I went into the women's jail, and you know you can see this if you'll watch the special and I did it like a nightclub performance, it wasn't social commentary was barely a roast until I said stuff, like you know, you know, you know. If they were all upset about all wearing the same outfit. Yeah. Like some easy jokes. But there was the pregnant woman to pregnant women in the row and big mama. Joe big mama. Joe? Yeah. Yeah, they were they were really into it. So it became an easy almost like a nightclub show, and I brought women up and roasted them one at a time and, you know, some heartbreaking stories and they all had a pretty good sense of humor. And then afterwards Wayne told me that the women were buzzing for weeks afterwards because no one had talked to them as women in a long time. It was a human nizing experience. An enormous sizing experience for the ladies and the chil. So, yeah, it was cool. It was that was a cool way to bring roasting into the incarceration were all, which is something that I'm always really curious about that. They put the murderer is up front the front row security. That was a security thing where my murderers. That was your opening line. Yeah. I asked where the where the real. Dangerous people where they said, they'd be up front, Wayne said, they'd be a front because. Because it was easier to get them out. If something happened. And I said my opening joke. So we're my murder is at and three guys in the front raise their hands. And I remember one time you came over to my house. I guessed on your podcast. Right. And you brought my two. My two kids on. And while they were on with you, they were saying, you know, you're not funny, that he's hidden. And I remember your reaction was got a big smile on your face and said, you're roasting me. Yeah. Well, it's the my podcast is called thick skin. Jeff Ross, and it's about that. It's about taking a joke. You gotta have thick skin, especially me if I dish it out or I'm required to take it. I mean, otherwise, I'm a hypocrite, and I am sensitive, the way we all are. And also it digitally. Delighted me to see. Your son understand as a boy, an eight year old and nine year old ten year old, what roasting is. Hey Gilbert, you know, like this shit was corny. When I was a kid. Now it's cool. We didn't I didn't. I didn't know from that stuff as a kid. It was like it was funny to see some of the old time, comics on Johnny Carson and stuff like that. Of course, that was a big influence me obviously love that type of humor. But when I first started doing the rose they were antiquated. Yeah. They were it was like saying, I joust, or I know, Latin lost art, and, you know, through through a lot of hard work and love like roasts are more popular than they've ever been and not only that, like boys and girls will roast a bully. You know, that makes me so happy, I always thought roasting as form of self defense. You know, I studied karate kid when I was your son Max's age, I was already probably a Brown belt, and take Cuando. So I understood the power of. Being quiet. I understood that, you know, you, you can let a bully mouth off. And then a certain point you could shut it down to either with your words or with a good solid front snap. Kick was the kid. You talk about in the book the one that would hide around corners, and you're in the crotch was he was he a catalyst. Yeah. Or, you know, if you get picked on you, you either break or, you know, it's like fighter flight. Right. And you can only fly so many times, you have to fight back. If you're going to exist in an environment, and I don't know I think roasting sort of like that, I only roasts volunteers, and.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Reportedly made it off for Jewish soon to be acting Olympic your secretary. If he went ahead and closed the southern border correspondent Bob Costantini explains. Kevin michelina, and who is now acting secretary of homeland security was told by President Trump last week during a visit to the border the president would pardon him. If he violated federal laws regarding handling migrants, according to senior administration officials volume ninety department of homeland security denied from pressure McLean and do anything illegal a five year old child suffered life threatening injuries. Friday when witnesses say a man either through or push the boy from the third floor of of all of America in Minnesota. A twenty four year old man was charged with attempted homicide secretary stage. Mike pay says the China's financing of president Medeiros government. Venezuela is prolonging the crisis there. I'm Barton Eggert. This Bloomberg sports update with another call the lenders now two games to none on their best of southern first round playoff series against Pittsburgh after a three one victory over the penguins. Eric good Brunson had given the penguins nothing lead midway through the second period. But I believe affiliate even the score at one less than three minutes later, and then Jordan Everley, Josh Bailey. Scored in the third to seal the island or win Bailey's Ville on the power play rubber Linter stopped thirty two shots game. Three Sunday in Pittsburgh at twelve noon. Friday, could none of the worst day for the they found out before their series opener with the White Sox that they will be without another key player after they placed catcher Gary Sanchez on the injured list, the slugger dealing with a strained left. Calf becomes the twelfth gangqi player currently on the injured list. And then the Yankees lost seventeen rain-shortened nine to six contests to the White Sox Yankees stadium during the rain delay. Brian Cashman, announcing the impetus has a spur causing inflammation in his shoulder. And it's getting a cortisone shot. It will be shut down. Three weeks in the game. Jay had failed to make it to the fifth. Third straight start allowing six runs on nine hits in four innings. Illinois Jimenez, homered twice for the White Sox. The I two of his career Brett Gardner homered for the Yankees his third. The lost four straight see savannah the returns from the injured list later this afternoon and gets the start forty days after a horrid start this past Sunday when he walked seven and allowed seven runs Zack Wheeler much better on Friday at Atlanta. Allowing just two runs on six. It's over six innings at helping the Mets to a six two win over the Braves. Brandon Nimmo homered and drove into three hits and Jeff McNeil doubled in two runs. But that's one three in a row. The top of the leaderboard crowded after two rounds of play the masters for on Cisco Mullery Jason day Brooks kept Adam Scott and Lewis who stays in our at a five waits for the lead at seven under for the tournament. Who stays in shot a sixty six Friday while Molinari day both had a sixty seven. And then there is Tiger Woods who was just one shot off the lead. Phil Mickelson is at four under. With a Bloomberg sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Messer and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. Jason President Trump's trade policies have really been challenging for American farmers. That's right from loss. Markets to stocks of unsold, grains, the egg industry says it will be dealing with the consequences of this trade spat between DC in Beijing for years to come Lindbergh trade reporter, shila Daan and broke the story this week, and he's got all the details. All right. So Shaun Donovan telling stories about trade, let's start with the simple apple the cosmic crisp. Because that helped me really start to understand. How all of this is starting to play through to American farmers. I mean, one of the things we always forget with trade the trade wars is that they're happening in the context. And that there is a broader economy going on. And if you're a farmer manufacturer, you have a reality that you're dealing with an in the farm industry in Washington state. This is the biggest export or the biggest producer of apples in the United States. They're going through this amazing. Transformation right now, which all hangs on this kind of wonder apple because Chris and so they're ripping out old orchards of red delicious gala apples apples that you don't buy the supermarket anymore because you like a lot of American consumers don't like those apples. We're all about the Honey crisp for the Fuji nowadays in the cosmic crisp is twenty years in development, and they are putting in new orchards to the point where a few years from now they will be one in six apples that come out of Washington state. We'll be these cosmic Chris in the whole idea is addressing changing consumer tastes finding a higher margin. Apple, but this is all gotten hung up and the trade wars because exports from Washington state, which is big business export to India China. Mexico's actually the biggest export market have all been hit by terrorists, and that has meant less revenues and for a lot of these family owned businesses that means less capital to invest in new orchards. And the cosmic crisp. All right. So what are the farmers saying to you like what when you get down to brass tacks? Are they having to spend less on these new capital investments as they say, and what are the ramifications there? Absolutely. I sat down with a guy called Sean Gilbert, he's a thirty eight year old former college baseball pitcher who took over the family business last year. It's one hundred plus year old family business called Gilbert. Orchards they have like two thousand acres of orchards last year, they were planning to renovate or replant one hundred and eighty acres of orchards. Instead, they went for one hundred twenty that's a third less than they were planning. That's a third less productive orchards two three years from now that will generate higher value higher margin apples, and therefore more revenues because as you say this isn't just about flipping a switch. These are decisions that have to be made that have implications years in the making. And this is one of the biggest impacts we've seen from this trade wars. And it's really hard one to quantify is how do you quantify factory that hasn't been built by or people that haven't been hired to go into that factory. And we've heard a lot of those sorts in earnings calls you hear a big big company CEOs talking about all the time. And if you get right down to it and farm country, it's about that new orchard or I was in Louisiana talking to soybean farmer. They're called Richard Fontana. And Richard Fonteneau is not buying is not going to spend three hundred thousand dollars this year on a new combine for his farm because he lost three hundred thousand dollars last year in the form of a thousand acres of soybeans. You have to leave in the field. Right. So how does this all come together in the aggregate, politically are we seeing an inflection point in this trade war this trade discussion? So one of the fascinating things is the the way the farm. Farmers have reacted to the trade wars. Politically, a lot of them voted for Trump in two thousand sixteen and you know, what a lot of them are sticking with him right now. And that's a function of what he's done on tax reform what he's done on deregulation. There's things like the use of water. That he's loosened up the regulations for that, which is very important to farms, obviously. And so all that means you still have a lot of residual support for Trump there. But there's a kind of time limit on that and that gets into the economic impact of of these, you know, it feels like we've been talking about the trade wars forever. But economically were only just starting to see a lot of an understand a lot of the economic consequences and impact of that. And that's true on the farm in you talk to the farmers, and they say last year was the worst. I've had in a long time. I'm still with him now. But if I have another year like this. I'm not sure I'm gonna stick around. And that means there's a lot of pressure on President Trump to cut these deals with China to get the US MCA this new NAFTA through congress and so on and so would that with those deals US MCA getting ratified by congress? Something meaningful happening with China. Would that alleviate some of what you saw in this reporting? So the hope. Down on the farm is that there's a kind of bounty or at the end of the rainbow that the trade wars will will generate a boom to come a guy called Richard Fontana that soybean farmer in Louisiana. He also forms rice. He's hoping that the Donald Trump can open up the rice market in China. That means that's big for for for Louisiana rice farmer, and that's one of the reasons he's willing to stick with the president. And that's Sean, Don and happy to catch up with him in New York. He really sees the whole picture of trade, and what I loved about this very specific examples.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. Jason President Trump's trade policies have really been challenging for American farmers. That's right from loss. Markets to sucks of unsold, grains, the egg industry says it will be dealing with the consequences of this trade spat between DC in Beijing for years to come Lindbergh trade reporter, Sean, Don and broke the story this week, and he's got all the details. All right. So Sean Donovan telling stories about trade, let's start with the simple apple the cosmic crisp. Because that helped me really start to understand. How all of this is starting to play through to American farmers. Yes. I mean, one of the things we always forget with trade. The trade wars is that they're happening in the context. And that there is a broader economy going on that if you're a farmer or manufacturer, you have a reality that you're dealing with and in the farm industry in Washington state. This is the biggest export or the biggest producer of apples in the United States. They're going through this amazing transformation right now which all hangs on this kind of wonder apple because me crisp. And so they're ripping out old orchards of red delicious gala apples, the kind of apples that you don't buy the supermarket anymore because you like a lot of American consumers don't like those apples. We're all about the Honey crisp for the Fuji nowadays. In the cosmic Chris is twenty years in development, and they are putting in new orchards to the point where a few years from now they will be one in six apples that come out of Washington state. We'll be these cosmic crisps and the whole idea is addressing changing consumer tastes finding a higher margin. Apple. But this is all got hung up the trade wars because exports from Washington state, which is big business export to India China. Mexico's actually the biggest export market have all been hit by tariffs, and that has meant less revenues and for a lot of these family owned businesses that means less capital to invest in new orchards and the cosmic crisp. All right. So what are the farmers saying to you like what when you get down to brass tacks? Are they having to spend less on these new capital investments as they say, and what are the ramifications there? Absolutely. I sat down with a guy called Sean Gilbert, he's a thirty eight year old former college baseball pitcher who took over the family business last year. It's one hundred plus year old family business called Gilbert. Orchards they have like two thousand acres of orchards last year, they were planning to renovate or replant one hundred and eighty acres of orchards. Instead, they went for a hundred twenty that's a third less than they were planning. That's a third. Less productive orchards two three years from now that will generate higher value higher margin apples, and therefore more revenues because as you say this isn't just about flipping a switch. These are decisions that have to be made that have implications years in the making. And this is one of the biggest impacts we've seen from this trade words, and it's just really hard one to quantify. How do you quantify factory that hasn't been built by or people that haven't been hired to go into that factory? And we've heard a lot of those sorts in earnings calls you here big big company CEOs talking about all the time. And if you get right down to it and farm country, it's about that new orchard or I was in Louisiana talking to a soybean farmer. They're called Richard Fontana. And Richard Fonteneau is not buying is not going to spend three hundred thousand dollars this year on the new combine for his farm because he lost three hundred thousand dollars last year. In the form of a thousand acres of soybeans. You have to leave in the field. Right. So how does this all come together in the aggregate, politically are we seeing an inflection point in this trade war this trade discussion? So one of the fascinating things is the way the farm. Farmers have reacted to the trade wars. Politically, a lot of them voted for Trump in two thousand sixteen and you know, what a lot of them are sticking with him right now. And that's a function of what he's done on tax reform what he's done on deregulation. There's things like the use of water that he's loosened up the regulations for that, which is very important to farms, obviously. And so all that means you still have a lot of residual support for Trump there. But there's a kind of time limit on that and that gets into the economic impact of of these, you know, it feels like we've been talking about the trade wars forever. But economically were only just starting to see a lot of an understand a lot of the economic consequence. Impact of that? And that's true on on the farm, and you talk to the farmers, and they say last year was the worst. I've had in a long time. I'm still with him now. But if I have another year like this. I'm not sure I'm going to stick around. And that means there's a lot of pressure on President Trump to cut these deals with China to get the US MCA this new NAFTA through congress and sought and so would that would those deals US MCA getting ratified by congress? Something meaningful happening with China. Would that alleviate some of what you saw in this reporting? So the hope of down on the farm is that there is a kind of bounty or at the end of the rainbow that the trade wars will will generate a boom to come Richard Fontana that soybean farmer in Louisiana, he also farms rice, he's hoping that the Donald Trump can open up the rice market in China. That means that's big for for Louisiana rice farmer, and that's. One of the reasons he's willing to stick with the president. And that's Sean, Don and happy to catch up with him in New York. He really sees the whole picture of trade, and what I loved about this very specific examples talking to people whose everyday lives have been affected by the trade war right there being impacted. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming.
"sean gilbert" Discussed on Get Up!
"Thank you Carl banks with us again as close to the giants as you can be a reminder, our NBA Wednesday doubleheader tonight it starts in. Okay. Seeing nets taken on Russell Westbrook and the thunder. And then after that what a great matchup is at west warriors and staff heading to Houston taking on harden. And the rockets both games are here on ESPN, and you can catch all the action on the ESPN app. We're going inside these deals in a minute. You know, Odell Jarvis Landry used to be teammates. The former Tigers reunite we have a former tiger the big swag with his thoughts on all of this. Joining us net on ESPN. Back on get up. He went to sleep with the news that Odell Beckham betrayed into Cleveland. You wake up to the news that eleven on bell has signed with the jets. Let's go backwards. He sat out all of last year after refusing to sign the franchise tag joining Dan Williams and nine hundred ninety eight and Sean Gilbert ninety seven as the only players to sit out a season after being tagged when he's played he's been ridiculously good from two thousand thirteen to seventeen he averaged over eighty six yards a game on the ground. Second. Most in the league only Zeke Elliott averaged more over that span. His numbers are off the charts everywhere, and he'll certainly be an upgrade where he goes. The jets average just under four yards rushing last year that was ranked fourth worst in the National Football League. I want to bring my friend, Marcus fears, the big swag who into the conversation on that note, we will get to your LSU friends in a moment here. But let's start with this. What is your reaction levian bell on the jets? What do you think it means? The I league it means is got his money, and and he's happy, and obviously he went after the money. Look he makes the jets. Mmediately better than people talking about. Well, what what you've made the way he opens up this offense the way he's explosive and remember before say Kwon Barkley last year. This was the most productive running back in the NFL in passing yards and rushing yards. So let me unveil changes Nimick of what you can do offensively. And he also has a decent guy. He also helps you on defense because you know, what he does as well. As anybody g he extends drives he keeps back guys like myself on the sideline. So we can catch our breath and be ready to go back out. And let's talk about what the fact guys like on that side of the ball also have to spend all week worrying about what is it like game planning for and being on the field against a running back like that? Why I can tell you what it's like because I've experienced when I was with the Baltimore Ravens. We play lady on bail. And he his running style is as difficult to figure out throughout the course of a game, you love keys as defensive line. And you love to know what the bag has it's in the. Of doing labia Bill is the most patient wait and see running back that placed in my whole nine year career, and he's so tough to get to the ground is just so confused in the way, he buys time in the backfield. And then explodes like these shot out of the cannon out of out of the back of it's unbelievable. It's uncanny. Actually when you're on the field. It looks like he's running in mode, and then he's gone. And what does he do for the quarterback? Obviously a second year guy in darnold who showed a lot of promises a lot of flashes. What does he do for the quarterback will green? And you you have kids. I have kids you ever heard of a Blanke. That's what he is. He's a Blanke for Sam darnold. He's he's four young quarterback to have such a dynamic back that he can door check down to. And it turns into a gain of twenty or at turns into a touchdown in turns into just a first down pickup. We always talk about it. And Dan always in there right now, you can talk about what water back staying on schedule lady on Bill creates of the Bill. For you to stay on schedule within offense of drive and gives you an opportunity for an explosive play..
"sean gilbert" Discussed on First Draft
"I didn't get it. What was it credit or you're trying to compare them to Boston all day? All okay. He come mccafe's out. There we go Mike Evans. Yeah. I think we can't now here's the other thing that had to be Boston close. You've seen decay up close. No. I haven't seen him up close is. He is one of the most impressive. Specify. I have I don't know that I've seen many wide receivers in person that look like he does. And it's not just like 'cause David Boston to me. And it was before I started scouting. But I remember, you know, everyone remembers it. He was just. Juiced up and massive and had had some issues and all that. But this guy can move he's fluid, and he he can get off the line. He knows how to beat the press. Now, he can become a better route runner, and there's some things obviously he's coming off the neck injury. But I think he has a chance to be a a big time difference maker a good starting number one number two receiver and a guy who can get vertical with that size and go up and win the jump ball. And and a great obviously red zone threat and weapon as well. Well, it's gonna be really interesting to see what he runs because he's listen at six four to thirty. Obviously looks every bit of that. But again, all these he's going to run low four force that that should be just fine for him. There's some guys that I mean, I remember the first time when I out in the combine when we were shooting Jude avian cloudy, you see JV and clowney you shake his hand, you're like holy cow where the guys absolutely Hugh. Huge in the sense that he's listed at, you know, two eighty to eighty five, but he he carries it there's not there's not one part of where you look at. And you think that guy's not explosive? I mean, he was he was the prime out. If you've seen decay, and I get it. I mostly care. So naturally, you know, JJ watt was the same way. Cloudy is a perfect example. There are certain guys that you you would think are thirty pounds less than the listed number and not just listed the verified number that you get at the combine in the workouts and all that. So I think decays going to he's going to be one of the guys if he's healthy. And there's no medical issues coming off the neck injury, which I'm told that he's fine. But you know, you're told that by by everyone at this point. And if the bar is not set too high and few run four four five mil at six four to thirty. That's rare. Yeah. That's where we don't see many of these now. Now the guy to Todd I'll go back. Dexter Lawrence is going to be rare. Here's the three hundred and forty Pounder defensive tackle from Clemson may run four nines. So I was looking at him. And I'll go way back, and I know it will roll names will resonate with listeners. But Sean, Gilbert, Chester mcglockton of the big guys who could be at lettuce and move and and run and just be freakish talents, Dexter Lawrence from Clemson. I think once he tests will really well over some people and open a lot is what type of athlete he is. All right, guys. Let's wrap this up one final comp Mel Gardner Menchu. Johny United who do you want Gardner Minhsiu? Todd. This is Chris Brown player. John Ellison veto phone number one rated positive Tony Romo. There. We go. We're going to jump to the AFC teams fans. Enjoy we're going to spend a little bit of time on the jets bills. Patriots dolphins new-look dolphins. We're going to do that. And we're going to get started right now. But New York Jets. The quarterback who had the highest QBR in the month of December was one Sam darnold of the New York Jets. So yes, obviously, the season went sideways kind of in a way that was not totally unexpected. A lot of young players. But Sam darnold really showed some things down the stretch. Yes. Momentum doesn't always carry over to next season..