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Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson
"I'm Sean Kelly. I'm here live at eastern state penitentiary for our weekly searchlight. We're going to START SEARCH LIGHTS OFF For the foreseeable future. Unfortunately we running through some numbers As of today and US prisons in jails. There are three hundred three thousand three hundred. Thirty eight cases confirmed infections of covert nineteen. There have been fifty fifty deaths today to people incarcerated in jails and prisons. There's also prison staff again. More than three thousand members of the prison staff around the United States have been confirmed with a virus and sixteen deaths. We're going to keep looking at these numbers at the start of every searchlight moving forward for those of you who don't know eastern state penitentiary. We are a prison museum in Philadelphia. The prison was built on the belief. That people are inherently. Good and can be rehabilitated. Through solitary confinement that is has a distinctive wagon wheel floor plan that was copied all over the world and there are about eighty three thousand people who were incarcerated inside this building men women and yes children as well. The prison was opened today for tours was abandoned in Nineteen seventy-one today we give tours when we're able when it's safe to do so we have artist's installations like this glorious piece by Jesse Crimes. This is a mural that he made while incarcerated in federal prison this is our graph illustrating the US rate of incarceration the highest in the world by far and our exhibit companion exhibit is called prisons. Today ask questions like have you ever broken the law and what is criminality and do prison work. And what are we? What should we do next last year? We had three hundred and ten thousand daytime. Visitors including twenty-eight thousand school visits. We are proud. Second chance employers. We seek out people with the experience of incarceration to join our education team. We find it's one more tool if they choose to use it That we can use that. They can use to engage our visitors in discussions of the impact of the policies. Around incarceration in the United States are big project. Last year was called hidden lives illuminated. We worked for over a year inside of two prisons here in the Philadelphia Area Teaching animation to artists or incarcerated This is working on his On his film and then we projected those films onto the front wall of eastern state penitentiary for months last summer. You what we're doing here. We encourage you to become a member. I can also support us in many ways from our website Which you see right there. The science close to the public because of the virus through at least may thirty first I. We have wrought much of our programming online. Those hidden lives luminated. Films are being feature one per week out. Different different film focused on every week this week. It's Davids film called freedom. We have a twice weekly visit video. Podcast it's called prisons and the pandemic. It's three minute episode twice a week covering what's happening in American prisons in jails and detention centres with this virus. I can find that on facebook. We have what we call the hospital tour twice. I saw once a week Wednesdays at two thirty live Matt Murphy from our team talks about issues of health both historically and currently in prisons and of course we have the searchlight series. Next week's topic is cove in one thousand nine hundred impact on incarcerated youth. We have heard on contain Martinez from youth. I rethought on a Terry from New Jersey Institute of Social Justice Vincent Schiraldi from the Columbia School of social work. And it's moderated by Liz Ryan from. She's the president and CEO of the youth. I initiative join US. One week from tonight for searchlight but tonight we have Cates Meissner She is a pen America. She's the Panamerican Prison Injustice Writing Program Director Welcome cates we're going to be joined in a few minutes by Justin Reveals Monson. He's pen America writing for justice fellow in his poet. He'll be calling in. So hey it's welcome to searchlight from eastern state penitentiary. Thank you for having me and I was just smiling to see Vinnie. Giraldi on your next week is he'll also an upcoming issue of our newsletter. He is a a real leader in this field. Bigtime happier topics about right now. But agreed what? It is We're just a few minutes actually. Did the introduction a little faster than I thought I would few minutes our second guess. Justin is going to be dialing in hit. You want to tell us a little bit more about our guest Justin and how you know him And then we'll be a unfortunately kind of a lab process them online here with us but a little bit about how you know Justin while I knew of Justin's work a little bit. Before he became a writing for justice fellow. He'd won our prison writing awards and honorable mention a number of years back and so I have read this poem. Thought it was quite a phenomenal. So it's really exciting to see his work elevated through the fellowship the fellowship by the way the prison writing awards and I'll talk a little bit more about our program down the line in prison. Writing Words is solely for currently Karsh Writers and the rain for Justice. Fellowship is a very prestigious opportunity. Eight hundred people apply to across the US. It is an ecosystem of writers. Confronting mass incarceration through various mediums. And is not just people justice involvement? Certainly we have currently and formerly incarcerated to a currently incarcerated fellows. Each round justin was part of our inaugural class last year cohort but but we have people representing all different interests in the field so through that Justin one obviously the fellowship and because he's able to be in communication more than some other folks because Jay communication system which will also talk about a little bit down the line. I found that I was able to communicate with him almost as easily as somebody on the outside. Not Quite. That's not always the case. It's rarely the case in fact says through that because I'm also poet in my other life and Justin's a poet and we share a lot of the same influences reading looking at who are interested in we really developed also a friendship through the work in in a in a shared aesthetic. So it's really a pleasure to get to each your him and bring him on today and hear his thoughts. I think they eat will offer a lot of insight around a variety of topics for people who are tuning it tonight more about communicating with people who are incarcerated as do. This work is a challenge that we have as well in our work. And I'm sure you face it at least as much as we do that you know you wanNA partner with people and bring their voices into the projects And the communication is often We'll hear it here in a moment. Even when a good situation I say relatively good like Justin's where three of us spoke yesterday or speaker got an a moment Even that at such there's so many barriers in the the communication ends up being so challenging. If you say more about working with creative people on these projects yeah and I think it's part of what I will be later but certainly you know I mean in a kind of lucky way or a decision made is that we don't work with. We don't actually do classes on the inside. Where National Program? We work with individuals through the mail snail mail and occasionally through one of these kind of pay to play email systems depending on people have access to it depending on the money on etc. So right now. It's even harder because we're doing a once a week. Mail pick up because the virus at the office thankfully. My team member has a car. If he didn't we would be really at a luck and And we get a stack of mail. Uk High Foot high a week and people are requesting all kinds of support. And so obviously when you're doing an editorial process are awards that I mentioned earlier are in theology that the work is very raw and unedited. Because we can't go through a real aditorial process in the turnaround. You need a good couple months because of the snail pace all prison mail is reviewed as we're GONNA here tonight and I'm thankful in advance to everybody who sticks around embarrassed with US Justin's phone calls aren't fifteen minute increments Hang UP AND CALL BACK. The gotTa go through a whole screening. That would in a moment so people's people's lives and communication are one hundred percent red often censored it's often up to the mail room whose mail gets through or not clerk working that day Actually I I. I don't know if we can include this. I wrote a Tony. Eighteen Bed about it for the Guardian. That details of what that looks like
Liquor Control Board considers opening some online stores
"The Pennsylvania liquor control board Sean Kelly says the agency will not be re opening the brick and mortar operations but it is considering resuming limited online sales as it continues monitoring the outbreak along with the governor and state health officials and that's not what Chris Wong wanted to hear he's the head of the distilled spirits council of the United States and says while he understands the need to protect people's health there are creative ways to keep stores open while reducing the risk to employees and customers could be limiting access into the stores it could be allowing you when you picked up you're better can go a little less strong and be a lot of distilled spirits as well for now the situation for Pennsylvania residents is every man and woman for themselves and a lot of them are defying the stay at home order and driving to Delaware and New Jersey Sabrina Harrison made the half hour drive from Philly to stock up home phone line so the city locked down for another month that becomes that we'll be making another
"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One eighteen one fifteen Damian Lillard game winning thirty seven footer. And then Wade goodbye the thunder as it splashed in from thirty seven feet away blazers a four one series victory Lillard as you heard finishing with fifty points. Franchise record for a playoff game, but include that game winning shot describe with the feeling was like when that ball went through the basket at the end the game for you. Oh, just it was a great feeling. You know, when we left my hands. It felt good. I felt good about it. And on the last five six five or six minutes of the game. I just kept telling myself like for us to get this game was gonna have to really really dig, you know, to come out on top. So. The fact that I kept telling myself that and then we came out on top in shot when I was like man, it really it really happened. You know, we really dug and put it out. So it was a great feeling. They everybody in this building at flashback stage of winning shot against Houston point nine. How different or similar was shot to the the one tonight? It was it was a little bit different in that game. We were down to less time. And that time I actually broke the play not a lot of people noted. I just broke the play off the guys out there telling me to just run to the ball. And that's what I did tonight. This was of the way it was set up. No. It was just set up different. What impact do you think use of superiors had? I mean, I would love to see what is plus minus with. Because I think we was downtown when he came out there, three minutes or something like that. So I guess it was a huge impact. I think they put the camera on him in the crowd like crazy. So you gave us a nice punch. At what point you got ball your hands at whole last possession? What point you decide I'm I'm gonna shoot from out here or didn't wanna drive or whatever. How does that decision? Come about. I don't wanna put it in the referees. Ans-, you know, where there was contact. And maybe they get away with contact or I end up having to take tougher shot because they're contacting them wanna decide to game. So I was standing there looking at the rim, and I was like this comfortable range. My trainer feel. We was working the other night. No KC. And he was just like just take a few take a few deep off the dribble this. Let's shoot. If you. And he was like I'm telling you gonna hit one of these. He just kept saying you're gonna hit one of these. And when I was standing there. I was like I'm gonna shoot, you know, he was he was a little bit off on me. And I was like enough space for me to just raise up shooting for gang. And at the last second he step towards me a little bit. And I was like, okay. I'm just going Pounder with sidestepping raise up, you know. I just had to let it fly. You know, shoot the ball high in the air to give it a chance. And that's what I did. Fifty points in the close out victory for Damian Lillard, ten of eighteen from three point range second most three in seconds threes in a playoff game in NBA history. Okay. See led by fifteen. We just inside seven minutes to go. They had won their last hundred thirty nine games when they led by fifteen or more with less than seven minutes to play both regular season and playoffs. But they lose this one game was here on ESPN radio. Sean Kelly PJ colors were courtside with the call thrilling finish to the game and the series as Portland closes out Oklahoma City four games to one on a buzzer beater by Damian Lillard from nearby. You gene seems the way that he fired it and got himself to a new franchise record fifty points and a win here.
Brees, Saints singe sinking Eagles, 48-7
"The New Orleans Saints home Sunday against the eagles. And drew Brees in the saints continue to put points on the board resolved on the backfield. Takes shotgun snap. Looks to throw down the right sideline. What? Touchdown New Orleans. Thirty eight yards Alvin Cabrera striking down the right sideline. At an absolute laser throw by troop race. Wow. Raised threw for three hundred and sixty three yards or score. Sean Kelly the call on ESPN radio saints ninth straight win. Now. Ninety one on the season beat the eagles, forty eight
"sean kelly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"How you sound like he's not here. A little bit. There's rose. See got. Yeah. Me might McConnell Rachel's here, and Sean Kelly. And around till six o'clock gonna guess Lance is here right now. Would you like sports, talk and stuff something like that? That's what I'm guessing. Pointed out sort of the irony of the fact that these fires in California Hewlett prisoners out to fight the fires, and they find out I guess for weeks on end. But once they're back in prison and they finish their sentence. They can't be firefighters because have criminal records, which doesn't make a lot of sense to me which prompted one or two people don't want to comment on it. So that's what we'll do. Yeah. Debra. Hey, mike. How are you? I sent you. Hey. Question. I hope we're taking the criminal background before we let these guys out there. I mean, how are we going to send an art tennis out there to fight a fire? I mean, I would go out on a limb to say, they probably made sure of obvious red flags like that before they just said, you the serial killer and the arsonist let's get you guys together now. Well, the yeah. The the arsonist. Are supposed to be the first one to volunteer. Yeah. You know, they're not gonna whack off either with the shovels that they're giving them for weapon. Generally, they're out there because they're on good behavior. We used to do that around here that the sheriff used to take people from Helena county Justice center, chopped down weeds, Columbia Parkway, or whatever they used to do that on why they stopped in our highway Thirdly, again, they're a mess on the side of the road. Yes, they are. Don't get me started. Debra. Thank you. I can't people who throw things out car windows. I. Does your house? Look like if I want to properly clean because they can't they dump everything. Sit there on the sofa and they're done with an interest to throw the bottle of the corner. I dunno pigs. I I don't understand it. I don't understand a lot of things that we we can't get into the topic of things that happen on the hot when I cut my grass. It's it sits close to it sits close right there to the road busy road. And I see McDonald's. I see beer cans all the time. Yeah. I used to live on a corner. So like every Sunday morning or something. I'd have an empty twelve because teenagers slow down to turn the corner. It's a handy place to just that saw them Bush light draft Bush light draft had to be the cheapest beer, which oh, yeah. You tend to buy when you're young gotta get rid of the cans. There's the Bush light draft in the same corner. Every Sunday morning on the when they turned the corner how we get to that focus focus. Yeah. Charlie. What's going on? Mike. Are you Charlie? Thank you. Mike, I'm former cop, and I was in the Marine Corps. And I started about three years ago working with guys coming out of prison. I don't care. It's been the busing of ever done. A lot of good people that got stupid and got in trouble. We get them job Sioux City gospel and working with them. And it's been tremendous. I can't believe how smart some of these people aren't. I mean in a good way. They got Allison. I don't think they realize they have been involved in major investigation for thirty years. Fridge center wildfires Intel I've been Donald hall, and you know, we need to take these guys that can be trusted them out in the job. They're they're looking for jobs all over. That's their biggest downfall is not having. What we call it a survivor. That's ten bucks an hour. You know, they need to work their way into. I've got a young man that works for me right now, it is an opportunity to go is a sales agent was the largest insurance companies in the country. We're going to meet with the insurance Commissioner, I would hire this guy every job I've ever seen. It's worked up because beyond belief. He got screwed up a little bit with, you know, painkillers or something. Right. So you work with them. I got a halfway house, typesetting volunteer..
"sean kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Leagues in America because that's a huge industry and only like three or so companies have the licensing right now to sell those jersey right. Right? You need five years of constant sales of two million, I believe. So. I think we could get there. Absolutely. You can get us again, star discretion. The tip of the iceberg. Good stuff. Magassa. What what mistake do you feel like you've made where you stumbled you've, you've maybe made a bad decision? What have you done so that we can learn from your mistakes. I made a few. So the biggest financial mistake I made was Holloway lean slash blackfriday of last year. I ended up having to refund almost every customer because we didn't ship the product in time. So a lot of job shippers prior going to have to deal with this coming up you, you can't drop ship those orders for like Christmas in like holiday season because it takes two to three weeks to arrive from China, Syria, gonna get a ton of chargebacks in angry customers in stops. You got actually carry him in Tori in your country. So we ended up losing close to six figures, I believe, and it was just really bad. So you gotta you gotta do the numbers. Dander. That's a that's a expensive lesson. I wouldn't call it a mistake either. It's a lesson right? Like I know you're familiar. I've done things. I have left things out of contracts, and then it's cost me in and it could be, you know, three thousand five thousand ten thousand game be multiple six figures, but you learn from these. These mistakes began less. I like this. Thanks for sharing that. When you say we because you obviously referring to your team, how many people do you have on your team? All we got about a Lennon now at believe. So, yeah, we're growing and they have a local today live closely or if you got them working from all over the world, how does that work? Yeah, they're all over the place. One of our designers now for cost. So we got an our art virtual assistant team is in Ukraine. So where worldwide right Now, Dan taking a worldwide, I love that. So so Sean, what advice would you give to young entrepreneurs that are in the early twenties or even mid twenties reading, Yanga advice. Would you share with them that you've you, you believe to be wisdom now that you've learn from? Yes. So if you're still young, you still got a lot of time. I, I know I'm young right now, but I wish I started when I was eating younger, like in high school. All the time times your biggest asset in you're going to realize how important time is as you about your business to rare. It's really important. So like whenever you can just work on a side business in, basically that's what I did. I was working on jersey champs while I was in college in eventually overtook academics, and I got to the next level in the dropout and run it full-time. So just threw it on the side and you never know one day it blow up. A love this man. So you're a high school. Dropout Colin calls college dropout Australia, col- high school. So your your college, dropout, and you've gone onto build a multimillion dollar business. I mean, look, man, this is what it is. I'm a high school dropout, right?.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Have you traveled what? What's change in your life? No, no. My parents are both very like, well off. They've been working their whole life gone on. I actually didn't even pay myself with single penny of this year. So I was broke the past two years. I was just reinvesting all the money back into the business. So I finally paid myself this year, so I'm I can now buy my own food and stuff, but. Yeah, I'm still reinvesting everything back. I don't. I don't care about money at this point. I'd never been materialistic anything. So it's just going all back into company right now. Love it. Eleven brother. This is really good. You know, this is what you have to do. Sometimes you have to have that sacrifice in the beginning writes a really build the foundations to build your empire. It doesn't come. If you keep spending, you need to invest Gaga. I love. I love him and you're twenty years old. You understand this already and for anyone that's listening like this, is it. You know, all that so many entrepreneurs that we get here on the addicted to success cost. So many of them like don't spend until you've invested like it's not even. It's not even good to just save money all the time because you'll holding it and it's not doing anything. We had a grand Condon, right? We had grant Cardone on one of the episodes in. He said that he looks like looks at money as his slave, and it was kind of like, whoa, okay. But he said he gets his slaves to work. You know, he gets his money to work if it didn't work. You'll find more slaves. That's how he caused money's level than he really gets at work in. It was a really cool shift in in wines mindset in perspective to really look at business in in such a healthy way of investing back into business. Most is good. What's your ten year plan? Sean, if you go to five year or ten year vision for what you're looking at creating and what you take Josie champs. Yes. So we're already like at the top for like costume movie, TV show rapper jerseys. So we want to hopefully get licensing for actual sports down the road, like NFL mobile in all these big sports.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"For that one trending designed to make, and I'm just focusing on that usually. Right? So don't have been a market research staying on the curve, seeing what's on the horizon? Yeah. Okay, excellent. Excellent. You said you outsource. So let's say somebody has an online business and they're struggling. They're like spinning plates that balancing way too many things at once. How do we outsource? What's the best way to do that? And sounds like kind of like a floor, our workweek thing. The first person I'd hire would be at the, so they're going to answer your your emails and stuff. You're Eric messages on social media, even if you're dropped shipping, they can even handle all those orders. They can type in the customer's address on Ali express wherever you're drop shipping from, and then I'd hire a web developer to improve your website because. That's an extremely important. Every conversion rate percentage is like five or six figures once you're selling a lot of volume. So you want to constantly improving your site. Wonderful. Beautiful. So. When you when you putting your jerseys together? Right? What's the process that how do you manufacture these jerseys? If someone wanted to come with a clothing line or they have like a product, what's the best way to do it? Yes. So with our jerseys, we have these blank templates. So I'm sure if you're trying to manufacture product, you could find a blank template and then how the designer fill in the necessary components of it and then forward over to the factory and house them send a sample. And that's basically what we did with jersey champs. So you could replicate nine any industry. Right, I can. Excellent. You just over time, you obviously like tweak your products, fine shooter. You come across some vitamin cereals and just. Yeah, I just. Jerseys was really funny. The net went down to like the chest area. So like chess showed a lot. The. The. I'm a long way from there. That's good. Hey, this is entrepreneurship. Man. I tell people feel like they're trying to get it perfect straightaway and I say it's the post says, baby, you get in there. You've gotta, you know, like put it out. You obviously you want to try and get as many ducks in a ROY as you can. But at the same time it doesn't have to be perfect to begin with them oversee. Sounds like you've taking the same poach. Yeah, it's been a journey Nicole. Nicole, what online tools or platforms do you use? What what systems do use online? Like? Do you have any software that you like to use that you feel as really helped your business so that if anybody's listening that could have some better software on the computer to run the business, what would that be? Yeah, I use a few right now. I used to use an automation tool for Instagram, but it's kind of against her keel s automate so I stopped doing that. But when when you're first starting out, you might off these something like that is it's hard, but now I use few sites. I use watch count dot com. It I site shows you the top sellers on EBay, and I use a chrome extension called follower long which shows you the top sellers on Amazon and how much monthly revenue they're bringing in. So that's a great tool because a lot of people shop on Amazon so you can find winners before you even for even start selling them. What's the name of those two tools again? Oh yes..
"sean kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"So altogether it'll be like one hundred fifty to two hundred a month probably and. Yeah, if you're just starting out, you're going to have to pay for that and then you're hosting and then. Trying to think what else. That's probably going to be your biggest expense and just focused on the ongoing, the social media platforms. Okay. Excellent. Yeah, good stuff. Good stuff. Now when it comes to social media, how do we grow platforms because you. One point is a one point, five million followers yet one point six now I believe one point six million followers. So what advice if the people out there that are struggling to build their social media? Yes. So there's a few ways. Luckily, if you spend a lot of money, you'll have access to the Facebook lined support animal. So you can. You can merge ages, which is the quickest way to grow. So he was a millions of followers actually merge ages. I know all the big guys with like ten fifteen million and they all merge. So that's the quickest way. And then if you Birch, when you say most pages, what do you mean by that? Just those might not know what that means. Merge pages is when you have to page is so you're the owner of two pages in, let's say, one of them is inactive or you're not using it. You can send all the followers from not page to your current act of age, and then not account will be deleted. I see. I see right yet. And what what else works as well? What's it good way to build a social? Yes. So if you have a bigger budget, you can just buy shots and use influencers. We've got our jerseys on like worldstar and like all those baked pages, but those pages obviously cost a few thousand, right? But the good thing is, if you advertise it correctly, you'll get that money back and get free followers on top of it. So it's like a win win. Nice. And so you get your money back. Why? How do you measure that? So you put down a thousand and then you just watch your sales or do you have a specific link that share so you can track it or how does that work? Yes. So jersey champs, we have traffic coming from everywhere, so it's kinda complicated, but with you can either use Google UTM link, which is Google analytics, and then you could track all sales from that link or you can use a shop like discount late and track all sales from that discount. So there's a couple options. What's your next Moore's jersey champs. Have you got a new. Deji in place. I know you have this fourth quarter coming out, what? What's different this this quarter. Yes. So e sports is blowing up in America. I'm not sure if it's blowing up where you're at, but we just made a bunch of jerseys for a bunch of pro sports teams because those guys actually wear jerseys when they compete so wants these sports. I don't think we have that out here in strata fusion America. It's it's all mine gaming. So these kids just play on their computers and they get all like tons of yours and stuff. It's crazy. Wow. Right? So you're customizing jerseys for that for those play of what's called the clan, which is like a bunch of people in one clan and they compete competitively. So it's like hundreds of jerseys out of time. We're making them right. So Sean, take us into your mind. What does your day to day look like when you wake up in the morning. How do you handle your business? Like what are you thinking? What are your daily habits that you have in play? What things do you check? Where things that you setting off? What's what's the day to day day in the laughing shown? Yeah. So I've done a lot better at this. Luckily because I was able to outsource all the like annoying tasks like Email and like running the social media pages. We'll be on just the marketing now. So I'll wake up in check on how the Facebook guys are doing is they vary so tremendously from day to day, like some days, they'll be really good. And then the next day you don't have to turn them off. So you gotta check them every day, and then I'll see what's trending. See if there's a new design I can make because the more designs to make the bed at opportunity is one will pop. Because five five designs out of time are usually eighty percent of our sales. So we're always looking.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Now, this is just truly incredible man and the way that you've been able to be resourceful and you've learned so many amazing things, and I'd love fees early break this down with us saying this episode, and I just like to say, thank you for sharing time with us. Sean, welcome back. Thank you. To be here, and I'm excited to share. Rela. So you reached out to me on Instagram? Yeah. Yeah, I'd say probably about a month and a half two months ago. And you said you were inspired by some things that will putting out on addicted to success and you you your brand. Now, what was that? What was that thing that inspired you to really reach out and to connect with me and to also really start is business? Yes, I've read a ton of articles on it. They did to success also. So many other sites. Tunnel articles ranging from conversion rate, optimization towards methods on growing your social media's now just like compiled all these articles, and I have a huge word document where I take notes on everything I, I listened to, and I read a Seon line and it's definitely helped me in the long run. Wow, that's amazing, man. So you're, you're kind of like the Indiana Jones. So they're just like digging hurled, go the nuggets, the wisdom, you're putting it all into one document. I love that. That's awesome. So you started jersey chance. How long ago was this? I started it two years ago when I was in college. Okay. You started with a thousand dollars announce a multimillion dollar business. How does this happen? What are some things that you implemented that you feel like really helped you to build this business? So, yeah, I made some really unique jerseys. The first jersey that put us on the map Lewis, a Harambee jersey, which was viral mean two years ago, and we made a Harambee jersey which got Sittard on barstool sports and a lot of other big Instagram pages. So ever since then we try to center our designs around anything trending. So we caught the Trump way when he was elected at the end of two thousand sixteen, we made a Trump jersey and not also like really helped us get the brand out there. So we noticed to center our designs.
"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sean Kelly check ladders CD back in Heinz field. A terrible towels are flying now point game forty two to thirty seven chiefs a minute fifty nine to go on the Steelers are teeing up. There are some good hands folks out there for the Steelers. I'm not sure if I know whether they want side this or give it give it up the with Pittsburgh holding three timeouts. I guess is. They're gonna kick it deep and play the game. They will boom it away. And send it over Thomas. The demand for the chiefs in through the back of the end zone, and they'll play it this way here with a minute fifty nine to go in Kansas City starting at their own twenty five yard line one first down into the game for Kansas City. Homes. As a needed many first downs today. This would be big he's done everything. Unorthodox fashion. He's just been very efficient and has it either put together long extended. What a day for him six touchdown passes. I'll bring everybody in tight here. I formation. Communicating with his fever wide left. Under center the snap back. We'll draw here the hot trying to find something gets around the left hand and across the thirty to the thirty two yard line. That's a gain of seven that's kind of a gash play here on first down in favor of the cheap pickup on first down platelets wide open. Now for second third down is all you have to get his three yards. Give him nine really of Kansas City, a great spot. Now. Second and one three putt was good blocking. But more so him just picking his way through Pittsburgh defenders gets an outstanding pickup. On first down. We mentioned to timeouts left for Pittsburgh one first down all but in this game for Kansas City, Kansas City with just one hundred nineteen yards rushing is a team on bigger than the nine games. Here. That's against their three hundred twenty two yards passing on the day. Second one with a minute fifty one less sheets used one of their three timeouts. Formation again, Mahomes Hilst without why left off again too hot. I'll beat him just past thirty five and that's enough. For a first down of the chains will move here in favor of the chiefs were looking to go to an all both on the road. That's moving to change. They're going to get to it. Oh. Pittsburgh's going gonna use their second time out. Yep. So they'll stop play here. And that gives us a chance to head back to our ESPN radio studios. Kevin winter with an afternoon scoreboard. Check Kevin is challenge update in Green.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Get Up!
"This is the nationals Sean Kelly who is actually sent down designated for assignment after through his glove, down in disgust, during the nets blowout win over the Mets the other day, and they interpreted it as in being frustrated with being taken out of the game. But his agent told Jerry Crasnick. He was not upset about being asked to pitch in the game or giving up a home run, but his frustration with the unpire in crew that certainly not the way it was taken by the organization. Yeah, I think the national. I'm not saying Sean Kelly. Had the issue with the umpires or not, but this is the nationals cleaning house. The nationals have decided, hey, guys, we are going forward with players that are on our program that are going to be good clubhouse guys and Sean Kelly might have gotten mixed up into so. Things that shouldn't have happened on the field and the nationals are saying, we're not having that. No can't do that. I mean, that's it's just you don't do it. And so if you're going to do it then in, like you said, they're trying to clean house anyway. You put yourself in a little bit of a situation where you might end up in on the what I read the story, right? Wrong, fair or otherwise is that he said that one was telling him he needed to pitch faster in the other one was telling him he needed to slow down or it was going to be a buck and he didn't know what to do that again, I wasn't there. I'm telling you what it is. He said, and that's what caused his frustration with the moment with with that, be an acceptable thing in your view, but but in baseball, you go into your manager and say, hey, this is why did this man? You don't do that. Well, also they say, okay, that makes sense. Sean, just don't do it again. You don't release the guy. He's a good pitcher. That's the issue here. All right. Let's give you a favorite athlete of all time, right? This second, we never want to not do these for you here. Bring you the good stories in the world of sports. And this one involves Dane. Dow who's one of the goalies for the Humboldt Broncos this upcoming season, his. Goalie, mask honors last season's team, which you'll recall the struck by the worst of tragedies, helmet features, all sixteen names of the people who lost their lives in the tragic plane accident, as well as the saying. Humboldt strong humble played their first game since the accident on September the twelfth, the bus accident, Susan misspoke. There was a bus accident that killed so many members of that team. So his helmet will feature all the names of all of those whose lives were lost as he takes the net for that team this coming year. All right, let's move it along here. Again, we'll get back to the very latest on the situation at Ohio State as we continue. But first reminder are WNBA game of the week is involving one of the league's best rivalries links in the sparks, staple center tonight ten eastern on.
"sean kelly" Discussed on WEEI
"And the watch espn app a day after mookie betts went on the dl dustin pedroia returned he lasted only three games four time all star put back on that disabled list because of left knee inflammation boston again in each town in a ver lander price mound matchup with the former cy young winners handed it to the pen by the seventh the game was even at three and this was the gaze big blow onto pitch there goes the runner again swain along field hey man to one shocker benintendi he's eighth of the year no doubt or for benintendi and it is five to three boston andrew benintendi that wound up as your game winning blow a three run seventh of the red sox and the five four win craig kimbrel closed it out his nineteen save the post game extra for more team teams over whether you're still time for extra innings sean kelly alongside chris singleton is the red sox you're a minute maid park win it over the astros by the final count of five to four one into tonight's ballgame of the dandy of a pitching matchup justin verlander and david price those two did not factor into things as well it's a comeback win for the red sox with a big seventhinning well you got a credit the red sox lineup and david price even though he was trailing holding them right there and the offense coming through to kind of take him off the hook but the even pull ahead we'll harris on in relief of justin verlander who is really good today he wasn't he'll dominant lights out like he's been up to this point but you know quality starts six innings to earn runs we'll hairs comes in can't get through an antonina gives up three runs and everything changed shifted the momentum in favor of the red sox in red sox bullpen was able to come in and and pretty much move things to the end and get it in the hands of craig kimbrel who when it gets in his hands ballgames over interestingly enough the first one in the.
2018 NBA Playoffs: New Orleans Pelicans thwart Portland Trail Blazers in series opener, hold on for 97-95 victory
"Three for their seventeenth straight win overall it was this insatiable all around play of ben simmons that led the way the biggest difference i've noticed with this first game than the regular season is you gotta be locked in simmons was certainly locked in finishing with seventeen points fourteen assists nine rebounds jj radic twenty eight points marco bell and e poured in twenty five off the bench the raptors were looking to snap a ten game losing streak and playoff series opener's who was a three point game against the wizards answering the fourth until surgery baca led the toronto charge triple works parsi now back to the nearside lightweight what walk toronto eric smith raptors radio network the raptors and their game one drought rallying past the wizards won fourteen one zero six sixty balk at twenty three points twelve boards the marta rose in at seventeen in the west the pelicans anthony davis was determined to get his first career playoff win and with the help of regime rondo andrew holiday he got it racing to the other end mccollum shoot cellini three knocked it in it beats the buzzer but it won't beat the pelicans and new orleans on the road is the sixth seed takes down the blazers here in game one sean kelly pelicans radio network ninety.
"sean kelly" Discussed on WWL
"Sean kelly the voice of new orleans pelicans at sean kelly live i think i think zach had another one for you sean you know obviously a huge game last saturday against golden state and i thought it was interesting you know steve kerr comes out after the game and kinda says well yeah i mean what do you expect to happen you know they're playing for their lives and our season hasn't started yet kind of an answer to his challenge after they're really bad lost indiana what was the last ones there whatever but i also see this i also see new orleans right now as a team that whether it's golden state or anybody else that that nobody wants to see in the next couple of weeks kevin durant talked about it after the game on saturday that right now with the way the holiday inn and davis playing the pick and roll and we're getting shooting on the wings like each one more and now pelicans are really dangerous for anybody whether you're the one two three four or five seats so i just pelicans team right now other is like others in the west that is gonna make the western conference playoffs maybe more interesting that we've seen in some time and i was sean kelly hear the voice of the pelicans radio voice of the pelicans here and the pelicans in action tonight at nine thirty against the clippers follow him on twitter at sean kelly live showing we talk about the way he's played after the all star break had a little bit of a lull as he started a kind of refined his game where he was hot again yeah i look in the last three games all of which your wins you know he's averaging more than point per game total so he's right around thirty points a game this is the anthony davis that they need to win games don't kid yourself to think that the pelicans can be just fine without anthony davis putting up you know all world numbers they need him.
Anthony Davis of New Orleans Pelicans bounces back from injury scare to score 41 points in win over LA Clippers
"Sports fla i'll marco politi well after a slow start the rockets just too much for the thunder rockets have exploited this match up all night long over carmelo anthony is defending they go right atom drives lows right by gets to the rim and easily finishes with left and that is that just like taking candy from a baby make it sixteen straight wins for the rockets they bounced the thunder one 221 twelve chris paul with 25 james harden at 23 11 assists greg i commend the call on the rockets radio network house where the sixers outscored the hornets 121 fourteen ben simmons 16 points 8 rebounds 13 assists raptors pick up a halt 106 ninety two marta rosen at twenty five wizards outlasted the he 117 one thirteen in overtime thanks to thirty from bradley beal i anthony davis another monster night one thirty one thirty all the over the david fury there just goes to the rim all the old saab new york transparency today davis turnaround trouble up the larry god followed thirty nine for new orleans said third swiss forward slash all world anthony davis davis at forty one points thirteen rebounds pelicans to raise the clippers 121 116 sean kelly the call on the pelicans radio network press the scoreboard the blazers pounded the knicks one eleven eighty seven deeming low of thirty seven were used to got the nets 114 wanna once that curry with thirty four the mavericks down the nuggets one eighteen 10 seven college troops acci round syracuse took out wake forest 73 64 boston college dumped georgia tech 87 77 and notredame slip by pittsburgh 6764 automatic beds we had ourselves in overtime game in the cia how will walk away with a person died since 1993 guided put collagen charles movement is going to the ncaa tournament journalist in shock northeastern 83 seventy six in overtime to win the cia is their waste a thirteen point halftime deficit at scot graeme with called on westwood one hausbergen zagre routed byu seventy four fifty four to win the west coast conference rising league finals with the right state they raise cleveland's thinks seventy 74 fifty nec finals lu brooklyn down wagner seventy one sixty one in south dakota state is going dancing as they dump south dakota 97 eighty seven when the summit league memphis head coach tubby smith maybe in some trouble gary parish.
"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Now it gets on tyron lou at you know he doesn't understand the rotations that work for success for the cavs swing games i mean you got larry nance playing fifteen minutes he pro your best plusminus guy on this team that you will could a guy like tristan thompson yeah he's a piece on the backboard presentgiving any offense jordan court singer secondbest score on his team right now in my opinion and it's been all abroad jaso not always lebrun lacking trust with his teammates coach lose trying to figure out the right rotations to play out there on the in the game when it comes down to winning time and i think that's a big struggle for these cazes can acclimate if liu doesn't get to the finals this year either want him back in cleveland everybody clinton's round the coattails of projects we get that but i do think a coach who can figure out rotations for the cavs goes a long way and could it be lou absolutely but it's a head scratcher watching today's game when you look at the minutes logged by everybody of course lebron's gulag 40 minutes but in terms of rotations everywhere else there some head scratcher is there and i think the cavs got to figure out who they are that starts from the guy on the sidelines making the decisions and no that's not lebron james making those decisions that siro lebrun did play 40 minutes solely cans player to play even twenty nine cans fall to the spurs one tend to ninety four lebrun thirteen and fourteen in his career against san antonio it's one of just three teams against which he has a losing record when he plays the rockets and the nuggets raw the other two four san antonio in the win on sunday guinea green 22 points sixteen of them coming on four of seven shooting from 3point range in the first half after the spurs win these spoke with the crew the called the game here on espn radio sean kelly and john berry denigrating our style the game joy a score side here on espn radio twenty two points off.
"sean kelly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Resign or not spend a lot of confusion with our own reporting with other reporting there seems to be duty unofficially offered to right the resignation letter but just not officially habitable what can you clarify general kelly in my mind is an american hero there's a few families in america this sacrifice more for our country john kelly knows that he serves the pleasure the president he will step aside as soon as anytime at present doesn't wanted to be for john kelly is not offered his resignation sean kelly's doing an outstanding job in the last six months jobs we've seen four point two million americans receive eatery bonus repeat our wage increase we have seen the repeal of angel mandate we is seen as a budget cap still produced is seen isis flee now from over 100 percent of his territory habit in iraq and syria is gone general kelly is doing a great job rob porter id resigned wednesday after allegations and a photo surfaced of one of his exwives with a black guy not explosion and fire at an electrical substation throwing much of northern quite a ricoh ended darkness late sunday also us setback for the us territories efforts to fully restore power the island's electric power authority said several municipalities were without power including parts of the capital the blackout comes as more than four hundred thousand customers remained in the dark more than five months after hurricane maria the storm destroyed twothirds of the island's power distribution system and caused an estimated ninety four billion dollars in damage quito rico's governor announced recently that he plans to privatise the the state owned power company in your health the maker of the powerful painkiller oxycontin says it will stop marketing opioid drugs to doctors bowing to a key demand of lawsuits that blame the company for helping trigger the curtain the current opioid crisis oxycontin long been the world's top selling opioid painkiller bringing in billions in sales for the privately held at purdue company the company announced it surprise reversal on saturday produce statements that it eliminated more than half of its sales staff this last week and will no longer send sales representatives to doctor's offices to discuss opioid drugs it's.
"sean kelly" Discussed on WWL
"The that's only your plan charge you for regular text messages most phone plans don't so get signed up for that and you can be the first to know let's go to the phone lines here at 5042601870 at stockton miss carol in houston miss carol what's up you're on wwl yeah uh let's uh i was child uh by the pelicans uh radio uh so i could hear sean kelly and uh do you know what she minutes and it's as you would gasana competitive ours miss carol so i can't tell you that cigarettes by and then on your own or on kwara while uh as okay that's okay ms carol maybe ten can tell you that off the air but sonn our station thank you for the call the let's go to george in slidell georgia on wwl what's up oh yeah i truly believe that the pelicans oil of playoff contention seemed like really think go far in the western conference just for the simple fact that we have the best frontcourt now in the league this how how far is far i mean i'm picking like people have put a maybe seconds second round possibly the western conference if we make it a look depending on the match ups maybe they proven they can play with houston right this isn't it this isn't an isolated incident they've competed with houston throughout the season george spit at look they can't they can't be the six or seven seed right or eighthseed oh no we we move in up i'm benkin like he definitely be kirk that we can keep up with mike d'antoni outscore you often when houston now we have a good shot at pretty much anything a was i believe there yeah no i look i look the the sun is shining a little brighter on the pelicans it what do you think alvin gentry what's your view on be being a pelicans fan i.
"sean kelly" Discussed on WDRC
"Logitech if could be he's the schnitt shia fukuda the fairly to you on down this item about the sean kelly and uh reports on some kind of trump borders statement continue ron this down for me is the item seems to be breaking in the last couple of minutes here folks welcome back it's snapped an hour number three alas the day matinee rods over the floods reports has been touting the 20year anniversary of the monica lewinsky bill clinton story breaking holy moley twenty years 1990 aid unbelievable one seven team 1998 that's when the story got posted on the then they'll not known by many people drudge report i i knew about it because i was doing odd does knit load while back that it was an average a load i that was three years are actually three and a half three and three quarter years prior to the launch of the schnitt show this programme launched on october first two thousand one first nicio and this sir monica lewinsky bill clinton story that broke one seventeen 1998 so twenty years ago today it was twenty years ago today monica came around the say look had this big old mess splattered i'm a big blue dress twenty years ago unbelievable trump bob uh trump should recognize that today of the un think of the president probably should have brought up the anniversary i didn't see any kind of a tweet already think about you know talk about the of the oval office youth on one the executive branch the the the west wing being desecrated wanna complain about the about trump on on numerous levels i have a bill clinton uh just off the oval office in little hallway uh yoho.
"sean kelly" Discussed on KOMO
"Now that the top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center the fate of bulb urged all the army sergeant who pleaded guilty to endangering his comrades by leading his post two thousand nine in afghanistan now rest in the hands of a judge sentencing hearing for berdahl starch tomorrow at fort bragg and expected future dramatic testimony about soldiers and a navy seal badly hurt while they search for missing bird doll you shall captive for five years by taliban allies after leaving his post for dole faces up to life in prison on charges of desertion and must behavior before the end amee after pleading guilty to the charges last week it's been a busy time for search and rescue teams called out yesterday for two hikers missing other pacific crush trail inch land county sean kelly sheriff's office saying the hikers reportedly activated a beacon and it prompted a search and rescue response right away two groups got involved in a search reached a home search and rescue team wanted to make a start from little would ask trail head and a show land team from the indian creek trail head while finding out once i got to the trail hedge six inches of snow and heavy rain fortunately there were not able to get on with their search this is a story were following here at komo news meanwhile the final call me river high waters forcing closure of many roads like dog park middlebrook at river bridge and others so call me fire department saying more flooding expected in the challenge to call me today and tonight in the fall city down through carnation and duval the river expected to crushed a carnation tonight about three point five feet over flood stage the guy komische river crushed that earlier today in your gold bar waters reports covering a number of roads near index through sultan toward is no call me river and its khomich river also expected moderate flooding it's expected to crest about two feet over flood stage this evening at a reminder for many of the emergency teams and services in the area please do not go past the road closures science thanking you can cross the water ahead of you it will be deeper than you think and in some cases you would be swept away it's got a busy time for puget sound energy at one time trying to restore power to more than ten thousand customers hearing the puget sound biggest impact on.
"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Game day college football thank you marty smith the one and only marty smith just to remind as little bit that sometimes we at college football we are the escape and we've got one tonight marty smith by the way a native of perish berg virginia capital into a few college football lives we get set for virginia tech and cleanse their with more on the man got a call the game tonight on abc television let's go to the shelf hendro performance i welcome at espn's college football voice screeched father chris let's start with claims if they go from the sean kelly some big shoes to fill how do you think they kelly bryant is done filling those used up the shawn watson there were size fifteen shoes he told me so he's not afraid to feel big shoes be doing that his whole life while i think every game for kelly brian has been a test and he's pass all of them but i mean auburn was a very style defense got through it not big numbers but managed the game well and they want to the test at louisville he feels like he's been proving skeptics wrong as entire life that answered some questions because poppa john's was fired up and he outplayed lamar jackson than that game this is another level of crowd hostility top atmosphere but foster's defense so again that's what you do when you replace the guy like to shawn watson right you're going to have a succession of tests you have to pass that if he comes outta here with the w looking good again i'd say pretty much all the questions are answered safer what's he gonna do in the postseason boys you start to mix and match everything that he has done so far in is this what happens when you're first year starter you eventually have games that.