21 Burst results for "Shaab"
Who Is Buying Hunter Biden's "Art"?
"The White House interestingly issued a 38 page report this week on money land or money laundering how concerned they are about it. And of course, how we need to protect from this, and there was a big section in that report actually on page 24 about the art industry and how vulnerable the art industry was and is to these kinds of financial crimes. In fact, I will directly quote from the report, they say that it is especially vulnerable to a range of financial crimes. Because of, quote, built in opacity, lack of stable and predictable pricing incoherent cross border transportability of goods, all of these things, of course, make the market optimal for elicit value transfer, sanctions evasion and corruption. I mean, it's just kind of interesting given that the president's son is in this business, along with somehow being in the business of being on various boards, where involved in deals in China and Ukraine, et cetera again, I don't want to begrudge his opportunity and right to make a living. Everybody's certainly does. But in his particular case, I think there are a lot of questions here that continue to give us all pause. And so long as The White House is bringing it up, why shouldn't we? Be asking these questions. We don't know who's buying his art. And that's kind of a problem. In fact, even the former Obama administration official that was in charge of the ethics office, recognizes that. Just this week, shaab tweeted sarcastically that quote The White House just issued a report flagging that money laundering is a problem in the wait for it. Art sale industry. You think, don't forget, just a short time ago, this fall in October Jen Psaki was asked about whether or not the public would figure out know who was buying all this art from Hunter Biden because right now it's all anonymous buyers and she said, you know, that it would remain apparently
"shaab" Discussed on My First Million
"I i've never been happier about. You know like my age. My life. And i remember when i was a young kid and we went to boston and my mom turned forty. And i remember. She locked herself in the bathroom and she was crying because she was so sad that she turned forty. And i joke about this with her now is about to turn forty thank god. She's still alive and well am i. I'm so happy to be forty. I feel. I'm way happier at thirty nine forty than i was at nineteen twenty and i just can't wait to see how this all plays out love it last thing. I wanted to ask you quick. You mentioned jake. Paul and he talked about audience building and all the good stuff consistency quality hard work. But there's also controversy jake. Paul is a massive controversy. Conor mcgregor is a master of controversy. And you have leaned into the controversy. I don't know if you've leaned dan. I don't know if it's a work. I don't know if you this is lower. But the you are the number one emma guy and you're banned for life from from uc events by because the president of the afc has a feud with you and brennan shaab now has a little bit of feud with you and it's highly entertaining. I click every single one of them. Because you know zan every everybody loves drama. Everybody loves the fight. We all turn our heads and look whenever there's there's a brawl that breaks out. I'm your clip. his it's called. ask the knows. i believe. It's on the nose on the no. Sorry and it's and it's been all about lately his fight with other other folks. It's great so tell me about that leaning into that. Is that intentional. Is that for business fun with it. You're actually angry. What's going on okay. Well i'll just say. I am not banned for life. I was banned for forty eight hours but that was back in two thousand sixteen over time. There's been some revisionist history. Where people think i'm still bad. I'm not bad. I've been to a bunch of events since then but yes of course there was that feud there that happened and all the stuff and that's all well and good and now as i've come you know into this new era and this persona. He'll wanna thug knows l. Nowadays whatever you wanna call me. I just enjoyed being able to respond to people. And i think part of this comes from the fact that when i was at espn they kept telling me. Take the high road. Take the high road like a lot of people. Were taking shots at me. And i had to take the high road take the high road muzzle muslim muzzle censor yourself. And then all of a sudden i become free and i think as a byproduct of being told to take the high road for the last three years i just kind of snapped exploded and i think people have enjoyed seat look. I'm not this whim. That people think i am. I don't have big muscles. i'm not a fighter. Not but i'm a crazy fiery middle eastern kid who grew up getting into fights all the time while was playing sports arguing. Like i'm not the glasses. i look nerdy. Whatever i'm an at times. I've actually leaned into that..
"shaab" Discussed on My First Million
"Should be one hour. You should have like this intro. You shouldn't one day talking about one topic. And then the people who want to hear. Neil the grass tyson. Don't care about brennan shaab or whatever else. Shares like lex. Friedman huge huge podcast channels created in the guys talking about the nerdy est of the ninetieth subjects in the most like monotone voice right. So it's like. He's not mr charisma. He's not talking about pop culture and like other top because he's not. He found the balance of doing. What's interesting to him in his normal personality. And i just think that's just like a better way to go then trying to say don't ask don't act like rogan's not human has the same insecurities. I wanna please people i want. Look oh wow bernie. Did really well. I should do bernie more often shit like that. Don't buy i don't buy that. You don't care i think everybody cares..
"shaab" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine
"Our podcast series on various podcast platforms like spotify apple. Google or what have you please follow us. If you're watching video version on our youtube channel hit the subscribe button. Smashed the belt to the right and you will get an update each and every time we upload a new episode. I don't have a green wall behind me. You are not green and you are not a wall. I have four very distinct people here. Live in colorado springs at the america's newspapers senior leadership. Okay you're not distinguish you're just average. What do you want me to say guys. I was asked by dean to put together a program. I get a free video. This at least entertaining. We thought we would take a perspective about the industry and see if we can get some predictions just for thirty minutes of your valuable time. From how should. I say this from industry leaders. How does that sit. People from different old people come on but more importantly get an idea of. Maybe where we're coming from. Different perspectives now. I'm going to introduce you to your backgrounds because everybody seems to know. Pj frowning do come trust charleston south carolina and we are honored to have you here. Of course we also have heidi right from. I worked in your markets as well. You are the ceo. C o of ill media group. Tim prince boone newspapers. And of course. Jon run your with the shaab media groups first question. I live in tampa bay florida. My hometown newspaper is operated by the poynter institute. My hometown newspaper publishes now apprentice addition twice a week print frequence. What ius pre frequency actually was chatting a little bit earlier. We owner you in the room. Alwin from a win yes no. He's not in the room he's out doing a deal. He was asking me what picks a daily newspaper. I'm about to issue are twenty two thousand twenty one data book. What is the daily newspaper in today's world. Ladies and gentlemen. We'll start with you. How often do you publish now. Pj what do you predict for the pre publication for all of your different properties. right now. okay. Great question of we are still seven days a week for the post and courier and for our other daily in south carolina we will continue to be a print based publication. Probably i would say safely for the next five to seven years. If and when we decide to reduce sprint days we would look to go to a sunday only print We've looked at all the numbers and based on that and readership habits and cost analysis. Were still bullish on print and putting it oppressed. Hopefully it will be live. June of this year or june of next year. John shaw media have decreased print. So you have a. You have a combination of daily newspapers in some markets and also weeklies and others. The weeklies i assume are still publishing print. That's correct we Have every combination that you could one of frequency except for seven day. Our last seven days bit the dust during kovic it went down to six so we we have one two three five and six day frequency in print. What do you predict for the future with your company less. I would think you know five and three and one. I think that's your prediction and you're already making those conversation. You are using pay wells right. Now you are metered paywall yes operation right and do you do a replica. Version of all european media. Yes okay let's move over to. Who are tim from noon. You have how many newspapers now ninety one ninety one. You did the math. You're also now in twelve states. That's all shapes flavors and sizes suburban weeklies community dailies. What is your largest sir. Fritzy newspaper right now for print guess that would probably be Lake charles louisiana In most of our operations during the pandemic reduced frequency i probably in the eighty percent range of our operations changed frequency. Somehow i can't tell you. One of those instances that did not go well or produce the results that we wanted which were obviously gas at the end of the month right so so i guess if you want my prediction I think we're all going to be weeklies. If not monthly at some on everybody in the industry. I know that's a really popular idea. But let let me back that up for a second if you think about pre prints if you think about public notice if those two things went away to today how many times would you print next good. It would be different problems. I also my personal bias hospital weekly to ease and no aids. So i don't think we've got a negative when we digitally published as news happens in a format or multiple channels that people prefer if print is simply a weekly synopsis of news the cater so particularly all right. Let's before because i know you would have been on that for a second so i know i saw it in your eyes but we haven't introduced heidi. Heidi you have a daily story correct published three days a week and as a week. A story do you have no dailies. Then we have been bulletin the daily okay. And how often does it publish. It publishes seven days a week in your inbox. Six days a week on your driveway and i like fat. Well that's what it is. I mean it's not about the product it's about the content and i think the transition needs to happen before we talk about dropping anymore print days. You've got to get people to start consuming the e edition and i think we've looked past that as an industry too much. I think if we move people towards like we stopped publishing monday for the bulletin in april of last year and at that time we had maybe twenty five hundred people that were regularly reading the e addition on mondays that doubled and so we're just about five thousand people now on mondays and were about fifteen thousand circulation so you know my messaging tool mitts on your driveway. Six days a week. It's in your inbox. Seven days a week plus will also help us when we have snow pacalypse winters. Because we'll have trouble with delivery no doubt. Pj youth seem to take issue with the tim's prognostication. I just saw it in your eyes. Like will you become a weekly or.
"shaab" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"With 'em. Dr jon gruden talked about the emotional roller coaster of that game last night and summed it up this way coach in your career. Have you ever been involved in a game like this before. We're almost appeared like you had to win the game twice. Can you recall anything like this in your diet and woke up and died again and i was like a cat. I had multiple lives tonight. I don't like playing like that. It was tough but again we did a lot of really good thanks to win. That football game tonight. Sounds like frank. Kellyanne doing jon gruden. Multiple lives dives multiple lives. It's week one. And i feel like i'm to know now i feel like we're to what's poll question we're gonna go with mclovin so seton and i just workshop this. It's pretty perfect. Okay you have to win one game. Who do you want under center. Wait are you going to go. Derek carr jameis winston okay dare carr or kerr. Cousins james has tuber curiel actually cover basically derek carr and kirk cousins. Statistically in every way or the exact same quarterback cousins have been to two pro bowls. Cars been to three. I described them both. Live in what i call. Shaab ville match shaab who also been the to global. Don't know they're better than match. Good quarterback i know but it's just there there. They've graduated from sharpeville. Oh i don't know they've graduated from sean bill. Yes that's what i thought to hold up. They're not residents of sharpeville better than that led the league in passing one year almost another year two time pro bowler. Yeah that again. Cousins has to bill ville.
"shaab" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Jon Gruden talked about the emotional roller coaster of that game last night and summed it up this way in your career. Have you ever been involved in a game like this before? We're almost appeared like you had to win the game twice. Can you recall anything like this in your career and woke up Indict again and I was like a cat. I had multiple lives tonight. I don't like playing like that. It was tough. But again, we did a lot of really good things to win that football game tonight. It sounds like Frank Kelly Endo doing Jon Gruden. Multiple lifestyle. Multiple lives. It's week one. And I feel like I'm too no, not one of them. Oh, I feel like we're to know. Uh, what's Paul question? We're going to go with McLovin. So seating and I just workshop this. It's pretty perfect, okay? You have to win one game. Who do you want under center? Wait, Are you going to go? Derek Carr and James Winston? Okay, Derek Carr or Kirk cousins. James has to mercurial for this actually, Number seven. Okay, basically Derek Carr and Kirk cousins statistically in every way or the exact same quarterback. Cousins have been to two Pro Bowls. Car's been 23. How I described them both. They live in what I call sh Abbeville, Matt Shaw Bill, who had also been the two Pro Bowls. They're better than Matt shot was a good quarterback. I know, but it's just there. There. There. They graduated from Shaab Ville. Oh, I don't know. Yes, they graduated from Sean Bill. Yes, That's what I thought, too. I was like, You know what? Hold up. They're not residents of Sharpeville. They're better than that. Led the league in passing one year, almost another year. Two time Pro Bowler. Yeah, that again. Cousins has to Sharpeville. Mhm. If we get back to the whole question, though, it's not three. Not easy. I'm going to go with Derek Carr. I'll go. Derek Carr in one game. You're going with Derek Carr, not Kirk Cousins. And those are the only two options, okay? You can't go without a quarterback. That would be can I should not have the NFL. I can go with the Wall Wildcat. I'm going to go with Ronnie Brown in the Wildcat offense. Career rating. 98 for Kirk Cousins 93 for Derek Carr. Oh, I don't know. Right? I don't I have no idea. Yeah. Paul Kirk Cousins is one in three playoff games. Their cars never lost a game in the postseason because he's never been to the thought. I think he got hurt. One year he was really good early in his career, broke his leg right before the playoffs. Backup Adam Yes. Matt Shop career rating. Just a half a point under 90. He's at 89. Okay? He was in the league for a long time as a backup was, I think, is he still in the early was last year? I don't my God. Good chunk of change for himself to Yeah. He was definitely in the league last year he played in one game. And he rushed Three times from minus four yards. He must have done the kneel down. Oh, that's just all establish, didn't drop acid. Three Russians minus four yards. Statistics are actually getting worse. And he's not even playing. Dan in Michigan leads us off. Hey, Dan, what's on your mind today? ADP first time caller. Longtime listener loved the show. Uh, 5, 11 2 or five I just want to comment on your interview with Louis, Riddick and Uh, on behalf of all lines, and, uh, we're a little hurt the calls the substandard team. Um, but I will be at the game at Lambeau on Monday night and go island. All right. Well, thank you. Thank you. Dan for calling in Um, you are substandard team right now. I mean decision personal. It's just performance based. I have nothing against it. I know Fan base. I mean, I hope the Lions win the Super Bowl One day. I think it's one of the few remaining great stories left to be told. In the NFL. I might not be around to see it. But maybe you can record my voice and then it can be played. When the Lions have won the Super Bowl. I never sought. I would be around for this. It's unbelievable. We got it recorded. Okay? Yes. McClure free Agent acquisition. Derek Carr. That's not all be around. I'll be around for that. If that were to happen, I hope club we allowed to put up this car cousins, Paul, we love it over here were really into it as really mean. Is it me? I like the college football one. Oh, that. That's which one about the program is most disappointing. Over the last decade. Our Twitter feed is rolling in with several other well there. Write in ballots. Yeah. USC, Michigan and Texas. Other question. Mark Tennessee and Nebraska fans are all over Twitter. Rasca. Yeah. Well, when when was Tennessee? Great? Long time ago, Right back to Hayden. She Higgins..
Darren Till's Record Is One of Inconsistency
"Darren till versus kelvin. Gasol and that's a big fight of we did it today. It was an even bigger fight than it had major implications on it. I remember working for. Espn out there and dana came to the desk. This is prior to the fight. And i said to him flat out if darren till beats kelvin will be considered for the championship fight against sonya and dana said. Yes so simple as that but just to remind you of this timeframe. That would've may darren until undefeated at one eighty five even if he would have taken out a top contender in gats lem. Who just had the most razor thin fight of audits on his career there was a major revolving door. It would have opened things for till taking you back to that time from shows up to press conference and he almost fell asleep at he was so tired. So you're not gonna expect till the do very well in all fairness that's a super hard fight in a foreign land while you're exhausted at away class you have been at. Oh by the way now you get the pleasures of jetlag real thing. Till's dog going to perform well wrong. He did. But i could say the same thing about the night that till lost the welterweight championship fight to woodley. He was a favourite. The sport was getting ready to welcome in the till era. People thought he was going to run away with it and it wasn't a matter that t- would beat him if he would have beat him. I don't think i'm having this conversation. I probably would have forgotten. The fight happened. it was the way till performed. He did it till greatly underperformed. He got taken down. He's hard to take down. He got taken down. He got mauled when he was there. He got tired within the fight. It was just the performance. The lights were bright. There was a lot on. It was a massive weight cut in he underperformed point that make it. You don't know what makes this guy tick the night that till popped onto the radar. He gets thrown into a main event against cowboys. Sarony i remember. Shaab doing an entire piece on this prior to the fight and brennan was saying cowboy. Don't take this fight. There's nothing for you to gain. You're taking on an absolute unknown. All you have to do is lose esteem. even if you beat this guy you get nothing if you do anything short of steamroll him you go backwards till one the fight and he did it in the first round it did surprise everybody right you know cowboys gonna take the fight. You know that story cowboy didn't give a damn. I'm just setting the stage for you of till's career in the performances that till has had with what you thought would happen when you think everything's gonna be smooth. He's going to perform well. He doesn't when you think everything's against him he's going to go out there and laying egg he doesn't he doesn't he still inconsistent.
"shaab" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"What we take a break from talking about kobe. Yeah she liquorland have been there for people watching them on from one right through to for some reason uninterrupted hour twenty four and don't forget father's day's just around the corner and land. Has you covered. Get free thirty minutes. Click and collect from your local store and relax knowing you prison sorted out saying some of those pitstops at lamont and they caught slow compared to forward second pitstops look. I don't want to be critical to leaky land. But if they're going to align themselves with foam the one podcast such zales. I think the and go on up. They should equally raise the bar so instead of i. Thirty minutes collect. I put the challenge to you. Mr mr land miss land a two point five. Sacred clicking stop and literally from door to door contactless. Yeah this is this is. This is what the the strange carver tom bringing us. It's not sort of duck in wave. It's to get better marco land. You are record the thirty minutes oregon. You can proven that. Dan by at least twenty nine point. Five minutes I've thought out challenge to you liquorland. Either you're in a good position to get whatever you order by the fifth to september father's day's coming up. Remember you can sign up today and get ten dollars off your first purchase. Just visit like a land dot com. Donahue please drink responsibly. ts and cs apply see online for details. You're listening to bucks of neutrals with michael manado raw james and david tench look what's happening in the box of mutual discord as we get warmed up for the belgian grand prix. This weekend. it spa franko shaab. Yes i will also be watching the football not ashamed to say. I'm sure i'll find a way. I've i've voted tablet this so i can be one of those people who watch multiple sports at once. I feel like it's long overdue multi-channel white till you try. Why why did until you try watching phone with the one with the the walls grade and the world fades right if only they had sort of an alternative commentary strain As one day one day baby steps markle babysitting very cool. Look we put out the coal lost week. That box of neutrals was have partnership with the people who we can't say anymore because of lockdown but one day we were you not with him in the physical sense and of course in the studio boiled imagine that in the meets via instead of intimate sphere instead of all. Let's do zoom drinks again. No i would rather be isolated here and learned and go through the bullshit. Zoom drinks again are getting three that And the pipe podcast. We did sites. just you know. we're not going to remove anything for free that you already get. Because to be honest while on require e- hearing a rustling for the lost thirty forty fifty minutes. This is literally recorded with a bed shaking my head because the echo is so bad in this room that i'm currently in That i am poisoning myself with c. With truly carbon monoxide poisoning so You know we always saying we'll do more work and we'll we'll charge for for the extra segments but now this is just i'm f revenge. I'm doing this for freight. I'm slowly killing myself by recording on the bed shades because the echo so bad so You can get stuff to pay us money I'm gonna go aggressive this morning. Won't miss guide anymore you ungrateful sheets for this stuff. He taught isis. Wow it's serious. Getting hauch wanted me literally for you. It's getting very hot side and feeling that hate. I've got to say. I was a little bit touching to be honest. In the prerecorded talkback channel. How many people said they wouldn't ask for anything but would be happy to give us some money. I very genuinely. Did it want to pay you to charge for anything when it's bloody man recording under embiid sheets and profusely sweating in hunt row laptop but maybe maybe some noncarbon songs we'll We'll do some quite still wanna do different segments but again it's the timing that's called blind but Yeah it's not it's not like the census mock you can still float europeans about what the the the pay wall version That you would like or whether it's just the subscription or whatever just let us know your thoughts and we'll work around it. yeah still. There was some interesting discussion as well. Maybe we didn't might not that we didn't shed an awful lot in the last week. We can envisage every question that someone wants to ask but as opposed to let's say doing a or whatever i mean. It's fundamentally a similar situation compared to patriot or something like that. For example it's very similar. You could still subscribe and then not listen to anything for example with the horde and i mean we patriots. Still of course. Be giving a to patriot on this way. We get a pretty cod of this money and the money that we're not getting us going to a local studio which i think he's he's nice. It's a local melbourne startup. Which is a nice thing to do. I think i mean nothing patriot. Of course perfectly good. But you made it. Yeah then in a polite the literally. Recording it revolved issue for melvin. Do you will. You will know that it is. It's not like we're recording at three. He would not trust me. You definitely we might have more more three w sound fix than the real threat showers. But it's getting any of this bundy so don't worry relaxed..
"shaab" Discussed on Sitting Ringside
"That list. Says he really for for she'll take signing. Jake paul keep talking to you and your brother. Use a bitch the fighting words dylan dana's against jake. Paul showtime ill though dana's dildo daynuss. Some kind of freak show. Fi is next room that would be the freak show album sale versus j. Paul said that rudy said. That's fucking hilarious. That's a guaranteed. Win for sure. For jake butt bob sapp getting paid millions of people who love to see that shit bro from the green mile jake paul or they can do. What's his name. The most hated man in a fucking enemy podcasting ruin what is it the streaming brennan shaab l. Jake paul that could happen. Oh before the show. Everybody watch out valor b. k. Is coming that's all. I'm gonna say right now. Once i get more details are i. Don't think i'll be putting out the news when location and who's going to be on the fight card. I can't say manual and you'll be there kate side hopefully up i'll be there And and reporting live to. So yeah our gonna be. It's gonna be fun though off. Look out for the news coming soon. Yoga show We had a good gaston and a great last night up gab. man again fed. Thank you so much for. Joining us was a huge honor. And a pleasure to having you on the show. Thanks to everybody. That's watching listening. Really do appreciate support and everybody that we work with. Thank you so much. Good luck brother. Happy fucking birthday is there. Yeah man all. My daughter's birthday is on sunday so happy birthday. Some nice nice but to the show. David you yeah with that said every thursday night always a pleasure boy. Y'all know where to go to all your latest combat sports news. You want tune in the prelims. Smile ballatore watch tyler king by booking dot com is the place to be and yeah nine till one hundred boys episode ninety one in the books for myself. They've rodriguez really the prophet. Laura the mastermind behind the curtain. There now has day robert via episode. Ninety one in the books will catch on the next one. Enjoy the fights A facebook is all about faces or facebook. Yeah they do more stuff as well but five book is all about fighting on facebook and fight bouc. Mma it's just a really great mma on facebook. it is unbelievable. All right guys. My cousin hind tells me all things about you. So i figured to give you a shout out you guys. Doing an awesome job got beat body on being but a boom booth picked.
"shaab" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Spoke from a community college in norfolk virginia. I come from the corporate capital of the world. More corporations are incorporated stated delaware than all the rest of the nation combined. And i'm not anti-corporate but it's about time they start paying their fair share the environmental protection agency moved monday to phase out. The use of hydrofluorocarbons highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used and refrigerants. The plan calls for an eighty five percent reduction in the use of the chemicals over the next fifteen years. Climate scientists. say a rapid phase. Out of hydrofluorocarbons worldwide would help prevent a global temperature rise of one half of one degree celsius by the end of the century in west virginia. A landmark trial kicked off in federal court monday as local governments seek accountability from drug companies over the opioid crisis. The city of huntington and kabul county in west virginia are seeking over one billion dollars from the nation's three largest drug distributors mckesson ameristar spergon and cardinal health plaintiffs say the company's flooded their communities with addictive pain medications despite their dangerous causing a public nuisance and fueling the country's devastating opioid epidemic which claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. If the case is successful it could have major implications for thousands of similar lawsuits around. The country brought by cities counties native american tribes and other plaintiffs in colombia. The family of seventeen year old marcelo today though is demanding justice after police officer fatally shot the boy while he joined a protest against the government's proposed tax reforms last week new disturbing video shows a day though kicking an officer than running away as the officer draws a pistol and shoots the teen in the back. Data was at the march with his brother. His father's retired taxi driver. At least nineteen people have been killed and hundreds more wounded during the days long demonstrations massive protests continue even after colombian president yvonne duquet withdrew the plan tax reforms as their mounts against his right-wing government and worsening poverty unemployment and inequity in columbia in el salvador rights. Groups are warning of a worsening political crisis after the salvadoran legislative assembly which is controlled by the political party of president. Naive kaley voted to seat. Five supreme court justices. This salvadoran attorney. General has also been dismissed. The committee in solidarity with the people of el salvador or six spaces calling their ousting illegal and an assault and democratic institutions other salvador and groups condemned the move the novels all based out we categorically condemn this talk by lawmakers of the new ideas party and other parties to the court of justice trying to constantly question authoritarian political project. In which all powers respond to the person in response space is demanding. The us withdraws funding for the salvadoran military and police and to stop sending aid that they argue only benefits the economic interests of the corrupt elite in mexico city. At least twenty. Three people were killed and dozens. More injured monday night after subway. Overpass collapsed while a train was passing over it to subway. Cars were left dangling precariously from the ruined bridge. Rescue operations were halted overnight while authorities brought in a crane tilt stabilize the wreckage. Local residents had reported cracks in the bridge after a powerful earthquake in two thousand seventeen. Texas republican senator. Ted cruz is under fire. For threatening to punish corporations who ceo's have spoken out against voter suppression efforts like georgia's recently passed election law in recent wall street journal op-ed headlined. Your woke money is no good here. Senator cruz writes quote this time. We won't look the other way on coca cola's twelve billion dollars in back taxes. Owed this time when major league baseball lobbies to preserve its multi billion dollar antitrust exception. Say no thank you. He said walter shaab. The former director of the office of government ethics responded this. Maybe the most openly corrupt thing. Any senator has sad. Republican lawmakers in kansas have failed to enact legislation that would have been transgender athletes from participating in girls and women's sports. Mondays twenty six to fourteen vote by the kansas state senate was one vote shy of the two-thirds majority needed to override democratic governor. Laura kelly's veto similar anti trans bills have recently become law in alabama arkansas idaho. Mississippi tennessee and west virginia and the transgender community is mourning. The loss of ballroom legend an activist to hire delta. Who was fatally stabbed boston sunday. She was forty three years. Old gelato belonged to the house of volunteer. Which said in a statement quote. Let us not forget her ungoing work against domestic abuse and continue to uplift her name and ensure her memory lives on in this ironic twist of fate they wrote giraldo. Alto was also a caregiver for other members of the trans community last year. On mother's day she wrote on twitter quote. I am the mother who raised the children whose rainbow sparkled too brightly and blinded their birth moms. I cherish what they discarded for their babies who still needed raising. I did that. She said the was at least the twenty-first trans person to be killed in the us. Twenty twenty one with activists were in this year is on track to become the deadliest for trans people. And there's some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot or the quarantine report when we come back. we'll be joined by the acclaimed. Haitian filmmaker role pack to talk about his new stunning documentary series exterminate all the brutes. It's about colonialism. White supremacy.
"shaab" Discussed on X96
"You don't care about anyone but yourself. Come on. I take My birthday off from helping people and suddenly I don't care about anyone. Your birthday's not for three months. You lie about your birthday best take you about your birthday. Please don't drive me in the leg, babe. Why don't we just tell them it was my birthday? It actually is my birthday because I wanted them to sing to me. Follow bill already on Twitter at our FH bill, This is radio from hell on X 96. Okay, 7 21 Right now it is time for round one of your boner voting. Here we go. Three news stories. These are examples of bad, stupid or funny human behavior and you will decide with your votes of these three candidates, which one is the worst, which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fighting, possibly Become boner of the day Round two comes up at 8 20 this morning. We do this again with three more three different candidates. We get another winner there and we have two winners. We put them against each other at 9 20 this morning. That's when you'll decide Boner of the day for Real Z's. That's when Boehner fight happens right now pick one of these three to send forward to Boehner Dome. Two candidates now a third after the news. Once you've heard all three, then you will vote one of you lucky random boner voters will receive They can't buy. Gotta win it. Yes, you can pick it up radio from Hell Boner T shirt. We have office hours now from nine to noon at 50 West Broadway on the second floor. Boner candidate number one Well, Ted Cruz is now just openly corrupt. Senator Cruz made a threat. To woke CEO Zoe's on and he has his threat has been slammed as the most openly corrupt message ever received from the Senate. That's according to Walter Shrub. Former head of the government Office of Ethics in the Wall Street Journal column Last week, Cruise warned That CEOs opposing Republican threats to voting rights. Will be excluded from the Republican Party's pay to play legislative operation because they're no longer conservative enough. For the GOP, for example. Republicans will stop accepting donations in exchange for looking the other way when corporations and their big wigs, dodge taxes. Wow. On cruise wrote this any stunningly honest admission of his party. This isn't this good, E No, I thought it was to his way won't look here's what he said. Here's what he wrote. This time we won't look. The other way on Coca Cola is $12 billion in back taxes owed this time when Major League baseball lobbies to preserve its multi billion dollar antitrust exception will say no, thank you. This time when Boeing ask for billions of dollars in corporate welfare will simply let the Export import Bank expire. Now, Mr Shaab. Who served under both Barack Obama and Donald Trump, called Ted Cruz is threat. Ah, blatant admission that Republicans are selling corporate donors access the government. In a clear swipe, it cruises clueless self exposure. Shab noted that the most lawmakers have too much sense to say these things openly and Wow, Don't Ted Cruz is an idiot. He also tweeted this this week. That's the Republicans are not the party of Of, you know, common man way, he said. We are the party of the Common man. The blue collar worker were not the party of resort hotel people. Your boss is living in a resort hotel, then is like two days later pictures of him and his daughter at the Kentucky Derby in a suite. Yes, we're having a wonderful time in the Kentucky Derby. Boner candidate number one. Ted Cruz is openly corrupt on and perhaps we should add the word cluelessly corrupt Boner candidate number two You know, mannequins have already achieved herd immunity in half how in Halifax, Nova Scotia Police were called to a restaurant on report of a covert 19 lockdown violation discovered and they discovered that the alleged illegal customer seated at a table Was actually a mannequin. Mike Cormier, the owner of Ardmore Tea Room, and Halifax, said police visited his restaurant Thursday morning. After somebody called to report somebody was dining indoors at the facility of the shutdown in violation of shut down orders. The officer got out. Looking in the window and saw Well, a man Incan, Hey, said he went out and spoke to the office with the owner of the restaurant and spoke, spoke to the officer who admitted that the caller had mistaken the manic and seated at the table for a human customer. Halifax regional spokesman John Macleod confirmed officers were called to the restaurant on report of individuals not following help directives. It was a mannequin and you know, manikins have already achieved herd immunity. So it's okay. Boner. Candidate number two coming up in a moment. Boner candidate number three Need the crotch will teacher Owner candidate number three for this round one..
"shaab" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast
"It's just the fact that somebody takes time to like. Think of me to think about the people i work. What is just fascinating ryan. You got you got all this shit. Roll off your show. You what you gotta understand. Is that person. You don't know that person you're not going to hang out doesn't mean shit like people talk all the time i i don't just say i don't care i don't really care i don't know you you just your mouth and making words talk about my mom talk about my gir- it's words. I don't care ever. Does the of ever amen keep talking about what i'll read sweetie you just keep talking. Hey hey you know what. Hey you you haven ever doesn't understand the anxiety opened up your fucking twitter z. Fucking people just hating on god. Damn bro you know. After a while and fucking deteriorates on the you know what. I mean like fog ryan. You're on you're on a different level to me. I had a lot of hate. But you're on a diff- low art. Imagine you're getting it all fucking day. Not as much any more. But it's more annoying when like the occasional. It'll always be when i'm waking up at like three in the morning to go work at the ball and like somebody tweets you saw. You're never gonna make it about you. Always win. Like i'm really tired and i just don't need that at three in the morning. Those are the ones that are annoying. If i'm like post workout gym and i feel alive. That's fine but it'll be like when i've been at work all day and some asshole from largo is like tweeting. Oh you suck on. Mike osha on. It's like god damn. I'm putting in a lot of work. Shut off behind his board and do something. But i mean it's like they got like maybe ten followers and they're sitting there and it's like what the hell do like. Why are you just all. Hey you hate everything. Yeah and then like. I don't know it's tiring io twitter negative brendan shaab. Used to be a ufc fighter. Now he does podcasts. Stand up comedian. I've seen his name. I don't know much bottom. But yo- all he does on social media is post and get out hosting get out unique. You should probably do that like maybe like a week here week here just because it gets worked up just so it doesn't get you worked up. Just post your shit get out. Don't read anything. yeah you're right. I address this man You said your last interview with what was his name. Eric nagler said. I heard that man and i have to say dude. I was astonished of how much information that man was. Just spitting out. That was awesome bro. Like for rude you know. He's a radio machine. It's very influential. I was like and then he was like debating me he would like. I would have like an opinion. That i think is correct. And he'd be like no no. And you'd talk performance and all wireless incorrect. And i was like well damn awesome interview man much props dude hell. Yeah that was awesome. I listened to the what's the one you sent me today to The co vino. Yeah listen to that. One ellison the monica whenever both good man. You're doing a good job interview. People deal the casino. One was dope. Man yeah casinos. A good dude man. It comes from. And i'm not kissing disaster disease. The main duda. Why don't you five the bug. But it's really just like listening to him just casually. The people is the approach. I go for and i don't have like an agenda. I just kind of like listen to what they're saying. And i try to figure out what to say next. Very nerve wracking but it's fun. It is especially when you talk it like like you know somebody that you really you know have emotions and have like you know a a feel for you get super nervous and like the other day i was nervous about dropping an intro and i was like fuck i hope. I don't stutter. You know what. I mean like god damn shit like that fox bad man. Eric is a weird one. Because like i'm really not incredibly close to him but like we're tight and like last night i was just nervous because you is like we're doing it through zoom and i was like oh okay yeah designing this whole zoom thing man just took over everything like the whole quarantine thing fucked everything up man. Because he's like we used to get together and have these podcasts. You know invite people over and everybody would jump on the show and stuff but now all this fucking court. You can't do this shit. No more i know going on forever never going on no shit shit man. I appreciate you coming on. Hoppy man this man. I'm honored edgy. Came on it was a privileged talking I'm honored that you feel honored to have me on. I appreciate you got ryan stop. Let knows people drive you crazy them. I will stop thought the haters abroad. I appreciate you. I appreciate it. I remember ladder. Hell yeah man. A dope brought another episode in the books. Baby havi came on shoe. This was also appreciate everybody tuning in baby. A tito was like i know we gotta guess tomorrow. We got Coming up tomorrow. We got that comedian. Do coming up on. Tuesday your user after that we might have to do a solo one because we get like to like what happened to all the bullshit talked. We're doing it man. Hey everybody listen. This is doubt baby. Y'all have a..
"shaab" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"That's an accident. i. I killed that person. It was a homicide but it wasn't a murder. And i'm not gonna go to jail and remember. The manner of death is how he died. It's not why he died. Why he died are the causes and the contributing factors which include the heart disease hypertension the fence and all the methamphetamine and without those contributing factors even with the law enforcement subdural and restraint. George floyd would not have died another thing. I wanted to point out to about the case because earlier. In the case. I thought that maybe derek shaab and was going to have to take the stand in his own defense because i thought maybe the jury was going to need to hear from shelvin his explanation with regard to why he acted the way he did why he made certain choices for example. Why after floyd became non responsive why he didn't administer cpr. I thought maybe the jury would need to hear from shaaban himself an explanation but once i saw how the case progressed and the evidence that was presented i think that the call for shaab and not to take the stand was a good one because i didn't think he needed to generally defense attorneys. Don't want their clients to take the stand because remember. The state has the burden of proof and the state needs to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Now if they don't do that during the course of the trial then why put your client on the stand and give the government a chance to maybe with a hail mary Trip up the the defendant and get a conviction on that basis so if you think the government has an extremely weak case and they did not prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Then why given the opportunity to cross. Examine your witness right. So you know point and i think in this case. The government didn't even come close to meeting that burden but also there was a lot of evidence. I think that was presented. That provides the explanation that i thought derek chauvin needed to provide without derek. Chauvin having to take the stand and provided himself thereby subjecting himself to cross examination because once you get on that witness stand the government can now question you in any matter that it wants right once. You're up there and so you can't just say what you want to say because the government has an opportunity To cross examine you and that is the reason that you don't want to take the stand. It's not that you don't want to defend yourself and state your astra now but you don't want to risk getting tripped up by a clever Prosecution especially in this case. And i think there's many examples of prosecutorial misconduct in this trial. Because again the prosecutors are not supposed to be there to convict. They're supposed to be there to see that. Justice is served. And i think there is multiple examples of prosecutorial misconduct. That could be elements for an appeal. Now another piece of evidence that got in. Which i think was another reason that derek chauvin did not have to testify is there was the video conversation that derek chauvin had with one of the bystanders in which he explained his actions to the bystander. He talked about the fact. That george floyd was a big guy he was resisting arrest that he had to be subdued and so that was the equivalent of explaining himself to the jury. The jury got to hear derek shaaban's explanation for his conduct or at least part of the explanation without him having to take a stand and explained it for himself and then be subject to cross examination but also all of this video evidence that was introduced also helps to explain to the jury why he did what he did as did testimony of other witnesses including the testimony of the government's witnesses under cross examination so that really allowed the defense attorney to help explain to the jury..
"shaab" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Shaab to circle back a little bit in terms of. I do think you have kind of awoke bourgeoisie and the racist bourgeoisie. Like not just a sincere ideological divide although that exists but you have like actual material contradictions embedded in capitalism. Like you know what let let. Let's just go to the manifesto for a second. Because i feel like i feel like a lot of people read this part of the communist manifesto and took away the wrong lesson from it You know there's the famous section where marks talks about all that is solid melting into the air right. So is all right. If i just read that paragraph greg. So in the manifesto they write. The bourgeoisie cannot exist without constantly revolutionizing the instruments of production and thereby the relations of production and with them the whole relations of society right so so capital. The bourgeoisie either. Constantly revolutionary revolutionizing the entire way we live the constantly upending society may continue conservation of the old modes of production in unaltered. Form was on the contrary the first edition of existence for all earlier industrial classes. So that is to say prior to the modern bourgeoisie previous class. Hierarchy was based on fixed. Nece stability control right stasis. I mean this is a little bit outdated as a reading of history but there is some truth to it Anyway continuing constant revolutionizing production uninterrupted disturbance of all social conditions everlasting uncertainty and agitation distinguished the bourgeois epoch from earlier ones all fixed fast frozen relations with their train of ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions are swept away. All new formed ones become antiquated before they can also ossified all that is solid melts into air. All that is holy is profaned and man is last compelled to face with sewer senses. His real conditions of life and his relations with his kind. Now i think people a lot of people have taken the wrong lesson from this day read while capitalism is constantly up ending society melting into everything that is solid. they're wiping away all the ancient and venerable prejudices opinions we should bring back the ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions. We need to go back. We need to freeze society in time. Because that's what capitalism is doing the opposite of that back to feudalism like that's the answer that they get from this. When in fact marks his point is that while this is really disruptive and difficult for a lot of people as they're going through it that last part is really critical where it allows you to face with so percents is your real conditions of life and your relationship with your kind. It is the wiping away of idealistic ways of organizing society like cast in which capital creates the possibility for a working class that develops class consciousness and themselves as belonging to the class because capital gets rid of all the bullshit. That divided them bright. And i just because it's something that is a tendency in capitalism. Doesn't make it bad particularly when the tennessee we're talking about is something that leads to the destruction of capitalism right the way that capital eventually treats all workers equally by equally exploiting them. It's not it's not like we have to give them credit like as a moral good like get out of the goodness of their hearts. No but once that's the case materially then bend started in the working class is primed for class consciousness than revolution. But only once. They're actually the same. You can't just wish all workers to be the same and living the same way and having the same class politics..
"shaab" Discussed on Sounds Profitable
"Because i mean first of all you know for sure who the person is because telling you their email address. You're no longer guessing. It's this person using this device or is it shared device in the household. Things like that right so you know exactly. The person is telling you and then i think the back end. The interesting opportunity is is for for companies. Like live grab is where i work in. Disclosure is essentially you can analyze that and then for podcasting companies who today work with ip user agent and honestly many of them don't want any pi you know they're like what we really don't know who these people are wanna work on an aggregate level. Only we only want to be able to do the matching that is useful for advertisers. We don't want to deal with anything. That's the opportunity as rice. He take identity new anonymous it. And then you make link -able to you know to ip addresses or the id's that are available in other ecosystems. And so that's what you were saying. Earlier around connected. Tv that's where we started is anonymous way. That is respectful of people's privacy to connect those ecosystems. And i think actually it's been talking with you that we've learned a lot about how we can connect that to to the podcasting space so i wonder from your perspective when you have that identity now and you can do this. Anonymous connection on the on the back end to the ip address. Do you think that's helpful to to the people in the podcasting industries. What what are you seeing. I guess from up from podcasting standpoint. Yeah i think. I think that there's always two great ways to look at what people are trying to do in podcasting. Before i dig into that the one thing i want to say i've never been in a situation and being very honest with you in my career. Here i've been in a lot of uncomfortable. Data related situations where people have said like. I want granular lewis of ip addresses with their nielsen segments or live ram segments with their email address. Never been in a situation where people are like buying that so when we talk about privacy though the ground floor i wanna list. Is that like it's it's like. Can i target. This user has been what it is. It's not like oh. My god. I have a i have a entire cabinet full of printouts of everybody's mailing address. Who's ever been or seen my podcast or listen to my podcast. But i think that what you're saying is right. The aggregate is really attractive because if there is a third party that we can validate that you know that says. Hey i am storing this correctly. I am handling things. Legally they do have often. My job is to make sure the often is active invalid that this information is deterministic so submitted themselves and i gathered correctly versus probabilistic which a lot of assumptions can be made. There you know. I think that that's very very attractive. In podcasting it allows two things one which i think we focus on too heavily in. Use her identification. I think that everybody is so obsessed in finding re shaab on listening to a specific podcast of someone. Who's looking to buy up or someone very specific and i think that honestly what i what could be even more attractive and what. I think we need to start thinking about as an industry is not just taking that about at time of impression but looking at to see the show right because with ip address you're only able to see the digital household. You're not able to actually see the individual user. So that means that there could be thousands of segments that are returned back associated with that and that targeting platform the hosting provider and podcasting has to decide which one is relevant or if all of them are trying to find you but if you take a look at the million downloads that have happened for a specific show or episode. And then you take a look at all of the segments by each user. You're going to be able to weed out. Which ones are the users because there's going to be a lot of overlap between them and which ones are the other people in their household now. I'm not saying that there couldn't be some interesting phenomenons. Where like you know myself and my wife look exactly like the type of couple that one listening to a podcast. But the other doesn't but that's still very interesting to note. This show is primarily listened to that skew in this direction male versus female likely to purchase a new car this type of income and to me show level targeting and contextual level. Targeting is really where we need to focus. Because i think it adds the largest skill of value because not every ip address is gonna identify an individual or household but every show is going to have a profile. I think that. That's i mean that's really interesting and now for quick to add break. 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Good podcasts ourselves and you know i'll just draw a parallel in the digital ecosystem that we're starting to see emerge because that's where i spent most of my life is in the digital ecosystem and i think that is really interesting. Is you starting to see these articles. Come out like the new york times for example is saying. Hey we're going to really focused on our first party. Data at our contextual data. And i think what you're saying is is really insightful because as people are preparing at least on the digital side for the departure of the third party cookie even on the digital side people are saying. Hey actually you know what. There's a lot of value to be had from having good his party and contextual data and and are really actually investing a lot in making sure that the use of that is useful and an provides. Good scale value to to advertiser so. I think it's super interesting that you say that there's a really big opportunity in podcasting as we're seeing that the doodle side is slowly starting to do it. Yeah yeah it's it because we are. You know everyone kept saying podcasting needs to catch up catch up. They need cookies mobile device that he is in spotify with their service i doubt insertion and walled garden. Like yeah good on them. They have that data. That's very neat. But the rest of the space is just not gonna get it and then this the the hit for cookies. They hit for mobile device. Id on ios fourteen that basically said to the whole industry like no. It's not podcasting us to catch up with you. It's your now down at the level podcasting and you're going to be working with less data and less identifiers unless information so you have to do more with it or you have to think about a different way and i think the more with it is very clearly identity and the different way is revisiting contextual. Something that i think everybody in any advertising space always likes to trump but doesn't get a lot of buy in but i think i got a gut feeling that right now contextual is going to be kind of the next big thing. I think that. I think that is the intersection of those things that we're gonna see a lot of innovation in the in the coming years because it is. I think a new opportunity for a lot of publishers and advertisers to seek Identity like we've been talking about. And i think that there's link be very interesting ways that people intersect that with with the contextual information.
"shaab" Discussed on Gugacast
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"shaab" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Also drafting Jordan. Love is always going to seem stupid. No offense, but he's not turning into Aaron Rodgers. I'm sorry. Anyone that thinks that is so off their rocker. Aaron Rodgers was the presumed number one pick in the draft. In 2005. He happened to slide because the other team that needed a quarterback took a different guy and Alex Smith, and then nobody else needed a quarterback until the twenties when the Packers were up. That's not the same as taking project Jordan Love who was? I don't know. Not even in the twenties. For some teams is not the same. Like, Well, they did this with Brett. Far with an Aaron Rodgers. They had Aaron Rodgers, Senator Brett Far for three years. That turned out to be brilliant. It's not the same. He's a project. It's a miracle if he turns out to be half assed good is Aaron Rodgers. A miracle. Of Jordan. Love is just that Shaab. That's his good as you can probably get And you're gonna draft Matt Shaab. To be Aaron Rodgers replacement two years before you've got to, it's stupid. It's always been stupid. It always will be stupid. It's stupid. So for Rogers, that's all the frustration Oh, and you drafted my replacement. Okay, So that's how you feel about me right now. I'm gonna go out and throw for 55 touchdowns this year. They got to turn down this temperature in Green Bay, and they got to just like in Houston. Try toe. Get Shawn Watson to be calm and buy in. You got to try to do the same thing with Aaron Rodgers, because if you end up with a nuclear divorce, guess who's winning that Rogers is winning that? You ain't ready for Jordan Love to be the starting quarterback and weak one of this year because you drafted a project He's not ready to do that. So what? You're gonna end up going 5 11, the Jordan lover, Then bring in some account, brother. I'm sure there's a younger McCown brother. They're still kicking around somewhere. Gonna bring him in for a year. Then go to Jordan Love. I mean, you just You can't After this season, That's gonna be the choice. Whatever is going to take to make sure Aaron Rodgers feels like this is the good place to be, is what you've got to do, because He's playing at a level that nobody aside from maybe Patrick Holmes is playing at in the NFL. And coming out of this year. The Packers should be all optimism. It should sting that she lost. But it should be all optimism, Man. We've been to the NFC championship game twice in a row. We were the number one seed this year we were hosted NFC title game. Roger to 37 is showing no signs of slowing down. We got a really good squad. Ah, young Coach. You know what We're just building and why there's not optimism there. That's the real flaw. For some reason. What's going on in Green Bay is bickering or resentment or heat or something. And that's not the way that this should be. This should be a were close. Guys were really close. We're running it back. Aaron, you've been amazing. What can we do? Let's bring the minds together. Including yours, Aaron. How do we get over the top? Because this is the only thing That we need to do right now. I mean, you're the Green Bay Packers. Bento one Super Bowl in 10 years, and you've had Aaron Freaking Rogers. This should not be a time for a divorce. It should not be a time for the rest of NFL's like, Yeah, that thing is really screwed up. They hate one another. There should be a time where you're like, OK? We're running this thing back as we are close and the time that they won the Super Bowl, they were 10 and six and a wild card. It wasn't that you had to be the number one seed. You just had to have Ah, balanced team that got hot at the right time and had the right coach At the time. McCarthy was the right coach. It's a real sin that you come off of 13 and three in the one seed. And it feels like it's Armageddon. That's a real that that's something has gone horribly arrived for that to be a healthy dose of pessimism in Green Bay. Arrives. This locket for a piece was real doozy yesterday because the way that he painted it everybody around the NFL things and this is headed for new clear that this thing is gonna get nuclear Here. Do you think that we're headed for a messy divorce? I think we're headed for divorce. Not sure this offseason is hard for me to say, messy because I think Aaron Rodgers in himself has to already know the writing's on the wall. Obviously, he acknowledged as much after the game post game when you take Jordan love and spent a first round pick on a quarterback. You get that five year window. The belief is there will be a divorce and affair. Rogers isn't way willing to walk away yet from his career. He's probably gonna play somewhere else and as we're seeing with Tom Brady of the pox or Peyton Manning with the Broncos It also isn't something different or something new. So if wasn't really nuclear when Peyton Manning had to leave Indy wasn't that nuclear? I know we talked about that a little bit of bad blood between Bella check and Brady. It's hard for me to think that it's going to go nuclear for Aaron Rodgers now to end up somewhere else here at the end, when the team's already drafted a quarterback And we've seen other great all time quarterbacks kind of have to go down the same road. Well. The thing with Peyton Manning, though, is that he was coming off significant next surgery where the colt didn't really even know if he had a future. I mean, there was a real concern that he could not play football again. Aaron Rodgers is coming off an M V p season. Why would you want a divorce from him? You're right. But I also don't think necessarily the Packers are are looking for one. I mean, it might be Roger's show ticked off and annoyed by it. But I think the Packers in the last couple days and you mentioned what Murphy and said We've We've heard the floor basically said all the right things. They're not sounding like the way McVeigh and Sneed are with Jared Freakin golf. They're acknowledging that they want our Rogers back and I think drafting Jordan love While I agree. It's a mistake. I wouldn't have done it. There were a million wide receivers they could have taken I think the Packers looked at it and said, This is a prospect. We like a lot. McShay Daniel Jeremiah, All these draftniks seemed to think he has a higher ceiling than Justin Herbert, that burrow then tour than all these guys drafted last year, but that he was a project. If you're the Packers, and you feel like maybe you want to be a year ahead of this because our Roger let's face it is still getting older. I mean, everybody assumes he's gonna be breeze or Brady and played at least 43. But what if he's Eli Manning and pulls off a cliff? So I think they just painted some insurance there. It didn't mean they wanted to run Rogers out of town. Roger certainly prove this year that he's nowhere near falling off a cliff, and you could bring it back next year. Now, if that really annoyed Rogers, and that's where the nuclear stuff comes with. That's one thing, but I don't think the Packers have said all the wrong things here. That makes us think that we should turn into some explosions off season. Well, the idea that Jordan love somehow is this higher ceiling. Justin Herbert sounds utterly insane, Herbert. We haven't She love is also great, Herbert, also great as a rookie, he's great, not kind of good and him and Joe Burrow are going to be the Clear class of this draft class from quarterbacks and Jordan. Love's gonna be Max shot was gonna be, you know, a five or six or seven year starter in the NFL..
"shaab" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"When we were in Iraq It wasn't as strict and especially since it doesn't faze was gone. There wasn't really as much It wasn't really that religious rule like there isn't study Arabia so We surprised a lot of the men and the women when they saw us and realized we were women. They couldn't believe it. I had to search a lot of the women before they came in the police station, and many of them thought I was a man and they would want my hand away and tell me to go away and I would have to take my Kevlar off and show my hair. And then they would have this realization. Look on their face. Uh, there was one point where I had to show a guy a police, uh, Iraqi police officer how to clean the police station because it was a disaster zone. And my job apparently was to make sure it stayed clean. But I didn't do it. I just had to tell this Iraqi police officer what to do. He did not want to listen to me at all until certain police officer custom on the back of the head and yelled at him in Arabic, and then he started listening to me. We call them Mr Clean, which probably wasn't that appropriate, But that's what we call them and see. Then listen to what I say they're after so So sometimes it takes a slap on the back of the head way. Don't recommend you do that. And your job is a principal at the middle school. But nowadays you can't do that. But It's a little S O. It's about 11. Years later, since you've gotten out and and, um You wrote the book on how to pee. Standing up is a sort of therapeutic tool for yourself. Can you talk about that? Sure, Yeah. When I when I was in high Iraq I journal every day, and so what I did was I took that journal and put it into a word document and over seven and finally finally found Julia Guy out of order publishing group. Thank goodness and she assisted me and really turning this thing into fruition. And mind. You. I, um I ate a lot of humble pie with her because I'm not the best writer, But okay, well, we always we need help with that. We all need help with those issues. But one of the one of the things that you were, I think trying to communicate and I'd like you to talk a little bit about is Not only your own experience with Pts on mental health issues upon coming back, but sort of How you work out of those problems. How do you find the help? How do you move forward? Yeah. So as you had mentioned, this definitely was a therapeutic tool for me. The more I talk about my experience in Iraq, give presentation talking to you right now Writing this book. Those are all processing opportunities that helped me put those memories into a certain bank and create more positive connotations towards those I also really reached out to my fellow female veterans. First defense, just knowing I wasn't alone. Creating that solidarity helped with my mental helmet, Mental wellness. And, um Um The other part is just sharing my experience with others and creating shutting that light on what it's like, is also very beneficial again. Closing that civilian and soldier gap helps so much. It just really helps create that more of a solitary feel again. That We're more of a community in this. Not just you versus me and, um Oh, shoot. I had one more thing I wanted to say, but it's gone now. So ask your next question, and then they'll come to me. So I think one of the things that people struggle with his kind of getting started. And then sticking with the path that's going to get them into a better place. This doesn't happen overnight. Talk to us about. You know when you look back now and reflect How long did this take? Oh, it's it's never gonna end. Really. I can tell you that I've gotten a lot better, but it's never going to really go away. And with me, I suffered a lot of different triggers that would bring on intrusive thoughts and post traumatic stress episode for example, the full moon Because in the month of August I was working night shift at the El Shaab police station and I would see the entire lunar cycle and think, Okay, my parents are seeing this same moon. My friends and family are saying this thing will shake seeing the same moon. I cannot not on a foreign planet like were we have this thing in comment, and then one night In old seven. I saw the full moon and had a posttraumatic stress breakdown or I was building a sense of my husband. And then they'll God and caused me to have a posttraumatic stress breakdown. And you just never really know. When it's gonna happen, But I think you know I had I started having it was called delayed onset because it didn't happen for year after I got hold, But I started having panic attacks and break down in August of all five And finally saw somebody at the end of September beginning of October, and it took me about five months of counseling and therapy and anti anxiety medication till I was able to stop taking the medication. And really slow down the therapy to the point Now where I don't have therapy. I don't take medication that I know..
"shaab" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And then writing this book, the whole purpose behind that as well is to share. Some of those more. Intricate details that people don't think about. Like, how did a woman P and an urban environment and what did you do to stop your period or to take care of that? Or, you know? How did you? How did you even manage that these different things that people don't think about right? So Anyways. Yeah, it's different, but I'm sure it's very similar to a lot of that come home as well. Oh, under undoubtedly and and I think it's helpful for not only other veterans, but family and friends of veterans to sort of understand a little bit of Maybe there are some unique Different situations of women found themselves in In country for, for example, Um, in that culture, men can't talk to Iraqi women to talk to us. How you in her face toe in that situation. Well, I have read about how women soldiers have to follow. The Religious rules say in Saudi Arabia, but when we were in Iraq It wasn't as strict and especially since it doesn't say was gone. There wasn't really as much It wasn't really that religious rule like there isn't Saudi Arabia. So We surprised a lot of the men and the women when they saw us and realized we were women. They couldn't believe it. I had to search a lot of the women before they came in the police station, and many of them thought I was a man and they would want my hand away and tell me to go away and I would have to take my cattle are off and show my hair. And then they would have this realization. Look on their face. Uh, there was one point where I had to. Show a guy a police I Iraqi police officer how to clean the police station because it was a disaster zone, And my job apparently was to make sure it stayed clean. But I didn't do it. I just had to tell this Iraqi police officer what to do. He did not want to listen to me at all until the first police officer custom on the back of the head and yelled at him in Arabic, and then he started listening to me. We call them Mr Clean, which probably wasn't that appropriate, But that's what we call them. And he then listen to what I say they're after so So sometimes it takes a slap on the back of the head way. Don't recommend you do that, in your job is a principal at the middle school. But nowadays you can't do that. But It's level. So it's about 11. Years later, since you've gotten out and and, um You wrote the book on how to pee. Standing up is a sort of therapeutic tool for yourself. Can you talk about that? Sure, Yeah. When I When I was in Iraq, I journal every day, and so what I did was I took that journal and put it into a word document and over seven and finally finally found Julia Guy out of order publishing group. And goodness and she affected me and and really turning this thing into fruition and mind you I ate a lot of humble pie with her because I'm not the best writer. But I like to party funds. Okay, well, we all we need help with that. We all need help with those issues. But one of the one of the things that you were, I think trying to communicate and I'd like you to talk a little bit about is Not only your own experience with Peach? Yes, on mental health issues upon coming back, but sort of How you work out of those problems. How do you find the help? How do you move forward? Yeah, so as you invention, this definitely was a therapeutic tool for me. The more I talk about my experience in Iraq gives presentation talking to you right now Writing this book. Those are all processing opportunities that helped me put those memories into a certain bank and create more positive connotations towards those I also really reached out to my fellow female veterans First defense, just knowing I wasn't alone. Creating that solidarity helped with my mental homeless, mental wellness. And, um Um The other part is just sharing my experience with others and creating shutting that light on what it's like, is also very beneficial again closing that civilian and soldier gap Helps so much. It's just really helps create that more of a solitary feel again that we're more of a community in this. Not just you versus me and, um Well shoot. I had one more thing I wanted to say, but it's gone now. So ask your next question. Maybe it'll come to me. I think one of the things that people struggle with his kind of getting started. And then sticking with the path that's going to get them into a better place. This doesn't happen overnight. Talk to us about. You know when you look back now and reflect How long did this take? Oh, it's it's never gonna end. Really. I can tell you that I've gotten a lot better, but it's never gonna fully go away. And with me, I suffered a lot of different triggers that would bring on intrusive thoughts and post traumatic stress episode for example, the full moon because in the month of August, I was working night shift at the El Shaab Police station, and I would see the entire lunar cycle and think, Okay, my parents are seeing the same moon. My friends and family are saying this thing we're seeing the same moon. I cannot not on a foreign planet like were we have this thing in comment, and then one night In old Southern. I saw the full moon and had a posttraumatic stress breakdown. Or I was building a fence with my husband. And then they'll God and caused me to have a posttraumatic stress break out. And you just never really know. When it's gonna happen, But I think you know I had I started having it was called delayed onset because it didn't happen for year after I got hold, But I started having panic attacks and break down in August of all five And finally saw somebody at the end of September beginning of October, and it took me about five months of counseling and therapy and anti anxiety medication till I was able to stop taking the medication. And really slow down the therapy to the point Now where I don't have therapy..
Engaging With the Marketplace with Chris Ruder
"What are the prerequisites for starting and building viral multimillion dollar, international brand, a degree in business or finance, tenure, strategic plan and annual marketing strategy well, and NBA would probably be helpful, maybe several high profile investors and contacts well. That's a great list, but it turns out that while most of those things might be good. They aren't actually necessary from the Ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcasts. Were we help? Business leaders themselves their teams and their profits. I'm your host, Alex Judd and today we talking to the founder and CEO of a company that made gist over ten thousand in revenue in two, thousand, eight, one, million, in two, thousand, thirteen and twenty, one million in two. Two Thousand Nineteen. Chris Rudra leads the business known as Spike Ball. Have you played it? It's the four player round net game that is taking the nation and now the world by storm. y'All I. Am a huge fan of this game, but here's what's funny about Chris's background. It isn't at all what you would expect. He didn't have some profoundly intentional plan strategy or goal for Spike Ball. In fact at the beginning. He wasn't even allowed to play. So I, I first spike ball in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, so I was about fourteen years old at the time, and my older brother's friends who live just down the street from us, they bought a couple sets local toy store, brought it back to the neighborhood, and they started playing a bunch and I remember thinking. It was a super cool game, but I wasn't really allowed to play because i. was you know just kind of like the annoying? Annoying younger brother, so I kinda stood on the sidelines and got to watch, and they play over the years and I'd play a little bit and fast forward to two thousand and three me, my brother and those same childhood friends. We all went on a trip to Hawaii together. You know and we are now adults out of college and kind of working, and that was where I really I got the bug for it and when we were playing strangers would. Would stop and ask us the same three questions. What's that game? How do you play? And where can I get it and the work could I get apart? We could never really answer because from what little we knew. Spike Ball was launched in nineteen, eighty nine, and it was killed in one thousand, ninety one, so it had a very short shelf life, and assuming they stop selling exit didn't sell well, not really exactly sure why but enough people ask that. That question where light bulb kind of went off, and I was like I wonder if there's like the marketplace talking to you, sort of the saying goes and I had such a blast in that game. You know my brother and I were partners. Who is he and I? I is Tim and Pat Kennedy. Who are childhood friends and their twin brother, so we just had this like brother rivalry thing going on some of the world's most beautiful beaches and. My brother and I weren't all that close and we were kids. We were kind of rivals ourselves. So this was actually the first time we. We're competing together against two other guys so I. Really you know that trip hit me hard, and that's where I really got the bug, and we started using sentences like you know. Wouldn't it be cool if we could bring this thing back to life like? Wouldn't that be fun? And you know none of us knew anything about starting a company or any of that and it was a great idea to try and bring it back, but we did what I believe. Most people do with an idea is nothing. You know you just talk about it and. We did that for a couple of years and I, finally said I'm sick of the talk I'm actually GonNa talk to an attorney and see if we can legally do this. I don't even know how this world works. So. The tourneys told us. News there was never a patent on the product, so the design and all that kind of ever you want and the trademarks Ben expired for I. Don't know ten years, or whatever and the trademarks protects the name's spike ball. So. They're okay you can do you want. We did reach out to the guy that invented it and talked about potentially relaunching together and. Didn't really find a way to make that work, so we went ahead and me. My brother, my cousin, and a few of the childhood, friends chipped in total amongst all of us about one hundred thousand dollars, and we incorporated in two thousand seven and went into business in two thousand eight. Unreal so up to that point. That's just a crazy store like had you're not GonNa? Be Vacation. This might not exist today. One other thing happened on that beach vacation, which was a major moment. Life was I got engaged to my lovely wife Shaab now fifteen years. And to go to Hawaii Moral Michael. Pretty well okay leading up to that trip. Did you have aspirations to one day? Own Your own business. or where is your head space? At that time in terms of your career Chris? By the time, I quit my job and went fulltime, so guess by that time I was working. I think at monster dot com at the time and had worked for big companies doing sales, and you know their jobs that paid well. Well and but there was nothing I was passionate about I. Did the job wasn't really that? Into the culture of the companies I worked for and knows a paycheck, and that was about it and you know. My Dad was an entrepreneur. My grandfather was my brother has his own company like it's kind of in the family. And I was kind of the one that was you know an employee for the big company and. I remember just like. My Dad ran. A few small businesses had some rental properties and stuff and the thing that I love was he had control over his schedule. He got to make decisions and decide what he was going to do each day, and that was something that I was a very foreign to me. Working at the big company I really had no control I was of told what to do and just go do it and I think that's where the sense of apathy of like yeah I'll just do the job, but I'm not going to be excited about our like it, and so I never thought that I'd actually. Launch a company I think I always wanted to, but I wasn't like a creator. And like you know, even though spike balls become as great, a company has I believe it is i. don't see myself ever becoming like a serial entrepreneur selling this and building another one selling going I, love this and I hope to be doing it for a long long time, but just having that freedom I think was what I really really wanted, and if that was going to come in the form of starting my own company great if it was GonNa, come in the form of something else great, but. Having that freedom, and that control was something that I wanted for a while. I just had no idea that. This would be. The form would show up in. So you have that idea kind of sitting on the shelf of ma'am. Wouldn't it be cool to do this one day? And like you said it just stayed as an idea for a long time. Can you identify a specific tipping point, or what was the thing that made? You say okay I'M GONNA reach out to legal advice and actually see if this could be possible. I need to go back and I'm sure I've got the emails, but I'm not sure if it was a bad day at the day job that I was just like I'm done I'm going to start looking into this or I don't remember exactly what the motivation was but I know in general, not a very patient person, a term that my team will hear me it's. It's spike ball. Say as you know I. Really don't like never-ending projects or just talking forever about things. It's like you know. I'd rather use to units of energy planning, and that eight units of energy doing I got a feeling I. You know just having enough conversations with you. Know the guys saying yeah. Wouldn't it be cool if we did this or that and? Enough of those, and I just lose my patience and my heart. I gotta go into action. Unless just start exploring. What's possible?
Delhi, Martin Luther King and La Toma discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"He's driving a car when it rolled over on four ninety five north last night also injuring a passenger a nineteen year old woman from who boston police are investigating two deadly shootings in dorchester a man was shot and killed friday on quincy street another killed yesterday on evans street wbz news time three nineteen there are conflicting accounts of the protests are being hit by a sheriff deputies suv in sacramento california last night jeffrey shaab reports it happened at a demonstration over the police shooting death of stefan clark witness told cbs tv station koa vr that he saw two sheriffs vehicles make their way through the crowd at a rapid speed struck her violently with county sheriff's department issued a statement saying that the two marked vehicles were traveling at a low rate of speed and that prior to the collision protesters had begun yelling and pounding and kicking the sheriff's vehicles cleveland told a local newspaper that the sheriff's kept getting never stopped and that it was a hit and run the california highway patrol is formerly investigating the incident the woman who was hit was treated for bruises to her upper body and head in new hampshire six people including three kids are in the hospital after being overcome by carbon monoxide in their home two of the adults are in serious condition one of the victims woke up at five am to a co alarm going off state trooper call to the home in thornton new hampshire found a fifty year old woman who had collapsed and others suffering from co symptoms than hampshire fire marshall is investigating wbz news time three twenty one sounds of the aftermath of the four story hotel collapsed in central india at least ten people have been killed the hotel is located in a city about five hundred sixty miles south of new delhi crowds is searching through the debris for survivors police are blowing whistles to clear a path for those carrying injured people away on stretchers wbz news time three twenty one seven police officers have been killed in a mexican prison riot officers entered the la toma prison today to restore order and move some dangerous inmates prisoners apparently sets mattresses on fire the smoke may have killed the officers investigators are trying to piece together what happened it's a painful chapter in american history and it's being remembered this week wednesday will mark fifty years since civil rights leader martin luther king was assassinated in.