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"simmonds" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Stay connected, stay informed. Good evening news, 8 O 5, I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening. The King County medical examiner's office confirms this afternoon the body found in rat in earlier this week is that of letitia Letty Martinez. Northwest news radio is John lobert now with the latest developments. The 58 year old woman was last seen at a Mariners game on March 31st. Her body was found two weeks later, not far from her home and como four now with new information. And the medical examiner just minutes ago released her cause of death asphyxia due to strangulation and listed the day she died as April 1st the day after she went missing and that this was a homicide. The focus quickly shifted to the prime suspect in the case, 46 year old Brett kitchell, who took a picture with Letty at the baseball game. Casey mcnearney, King County prosecuting attorney's office. Anticipate amending the charges next week to add an additional count of murder and second degree. Getchell is also facing attempted murder charges for an attack on the 24 year old son of the victim, allegedly telling the disabled man. He was saving him from being institutionalized. Red gitchell is being held on $5 million bail. He'll be arraigned on a list of charges April 24th. John lobert team, northwest news radio. Former Seattle supersonic star Sean Kemp has been charged with one count of assault connected to an incident at the Tacoma mall back in March. Kem was initially arrested following what police described as a drive by shooting following an altercation in the mall's parking lot. He was ultimately released from jail the following day as Tacoma police continued their investigation and arraignment has been set for May 4th. Proposed changes to the state's real estate excise tax structure, including some increases just past the House finance committee. But not before Republicans raised two concerns with House Bill 1628 that it would increase the cost of housing during the housing crisis and that it would allow local governments to raise their real estate excise texts without a public vote. Democratic representative Amy wallen says she generally supports increasing the property tax cap for local governments to help pay for affordable housing. But folks in my district find it very hard to stay in their homes as it is with extremely high property taxes and adding more costs to real estate in general drives up the cost for everybody and that includes renters. Democrats argue a steady revenue stream is needed to fund more affordable and supportive housing, while enjoying Republicans with a no vote, but Democrats still had enough to pass the measure 8 to 5. The bill to allow the corrections department to buy and distribute an abortion drug at the center of two federal court cases got a heated debate in the state Senate, more from northwest news radio's Ryan Harris. Republicans against Senate Bill 57 68 say the last minute push for their approval after governor Jay inslee already had the DOC purchased 30,000 doses of mifepristone removes their opportunity for legislative oversight and would set a precedent for similar moves by the governor. Democratic senator yasmin Trudeau of Tacoma says voters showed their support for abortion access long ago. If we believe this is good policy, mister president, our opinions of process and of leadership need not interfere. Auburn, Republican, Phil fortunato argued that if there had been a Republican governor during the ammunition shortage and said, we're going to have the state patrol by 30,000 rounds of ammo. And we're then going to have the state patrol sell that ammo at a loss. What would have been the response? In the end, majority Democrats won out, passing the bill to the house on a 28 to 18 party line vote. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. Catalytic converter thieves in Tacoma finally facing some serious pushback through a program called the cat con ID Titus will Toyota and simmonds automotive agreed to etch the vin numbers on catalytic converters at no cost when he had out Tacoma PD. You know, some people, they might be able to just replace it easily through insurance, but for others, it can affect their entire life. In the first three months of 2022, there were 192 catalytic converter thefts in Tacoma, but a year later, those first quarter numbers dropped to just 56. Friday night baseball and south downtown Seattle between the Mariners and Colorado Rockies right now were at the bottom of the fourth, Mariners up two to one. Those warts says a local athlete is making his case for a U dub football job. The Washington husky offense is led by Heisman Trophy candidate Michael pennix junior and Dylan Morris from pierce county has been a U dub starting quarterback in his career. Losing Sam hear it to the transfer portal means the third team quarterback job is up for grabs. UW head coach kaylin divorce says Blanchett high school and junior college passer Alex Johnson has looked good during spring practices. As we're speaking, I mean, he would definitely be the three and we're continuing to challenge him. We'll probably even ramp up his reps a little bit more next week to Bobby give you a better answer. You know, a week from now. So, but feel good about the progression he's made in short amount of time. Washington spring game is Saturday, April 22nd at husky stadium. Seahawks football losing receiver marquise Goodwin to a free agent deal with the Cleveland Browns. It's the Seattle sea dragons at St. Louis battle hawks for XFL Sunday football. Both teams are battling to make the playoffs. 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"simmonds" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Happening. Possible increases to the state's real estate excise tax had a lot of debate happening in Olympia today as we hear from northwest news radios, Ryan Harris. House Bill 1628 would do a couple of things, including authorizing a local councils to raise their real estate excise tax or REIT without a public vote, but it would also lower the sales price threshold to reach each bracket by $25,000, essentially raising the tax and add a new higher rate top tier at $5 million. Democratic representative Alex Rommel of Bellingham says people wait years and homeless camps for options. We need to build more supportive housing. This bill will provide us in our local government partners the tools to be able to build that housing. Republican at orca. The housing crisis is about costs. And if we address the cost issue, we're going to start fixing the housing crisis. This, those announced directions. The bill passed out of the house finance committee 8 5 with just over a week left in the session. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. Shareholders of Amazon have a list of proposals they're looking for from the company at its upcoming meeting, according to the proxy statement released yesterday, shareholders have come up with 18 resolutions they like the company to consider, including items like human rights, climate change, executive compensation plans and employee retirement. The meeting will be held virtually for holders on May 24th. A dramatic drop in catalytic converter thefts into coma to tell you about. It's one of the many ideas pitched nationwide to stop catalytic converter thefts. Project katcon ID. What changed? Titus will Toyota and simmonds automotive agreed to edge the vin numbers on catalytic converters for nothing. Wendy had out Tacoma PD. And they were then provided a sticker that they put on the car that shows that their vehicle has a catalytic converter that's been tagged in identified. In the first three months of 2022, catalytic converters were cut out of 192 cars at Tacoma a year later, those first quarter numbers dropped to 56. Some people, they might be able to just replace it easily through insurance, but for others, it can affect their entire life. And with replacement costs in excess of $2000, this is a lifeline for some people. So it's still an issue we're working on. We will do further partnerships on the cat kind ID in the future, but we are happy to say that they are decreasing. A small deterrent going a long way. John lobert team, northwest news radio. Northwest news times 6 34, let's get a check on your drive now from the high performance homes traffic center, Natalie Melendez, how's it looking? Well, I'm looking at a problem in Seattle on south by 99. There's a lot of congestion from a vehicle fire blocking off the two right lanes at the first avenue south bridge. Federal wait to Seattle still some slowing. You're looking at a 6 minute delay on westbound 18. And central Tacoma is highway 16. Stop a good traffic from a collision at Tyler street blocking off the right lane. The support is sponsored by Domino's, Domino's new loaded tots are baked hot and crispy, loaded with cheese delicious pizza topping combos like Philly cheesesteak Cheddar bacon and melty three cheese. Get them while they're hot only from Domino's. Our next traffic at 6 44 And your forecast sponsored by northwest crawl space services, a beautiful sunshine right now, but please enjoy it while you can because the clouds are going to be rolling in tonight and they're going to be continuing to roll in through tomorrow and by the afternoon tomorrow we're going to have some rain that's going to continue through Sunday.
"simmonds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. In a death penalty case, Arizona did end runs around Supreme Court precedent, creating a procedural maze that blocked a death row inmate's relief at every turn, reminding just as Elena Kagan of the works of Kafka. I think Kafka would have loved this. Cruz loses his Simmons claims on direct appeal because the Arizona courts say point blank, Simmons has never applied in Arizona. And then he loses the next time around because the Arizona court say Simmons always applied in California. I mean, tells you when, as I lose, whatever that expression is, I mean, how can you run a railroad that way? For decades, Arizona refused to follow Supreme Court precedent established in the 1994 Simmons case, which gave defendants facing the death penalty the right to tell juries that, if they spared them from the death penalty, they would never be eligible for parole. So in 2016, the Supreme Court specifically instructed Arizona to follow that law. But Arizona denied John Cruz that instruction at his trial, and then used a state procedural law to stop him from seeking reversal of his death sentence. Many of the justices seemed troubled by Arizona flouting the Supreme Court. Here's justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. Simmons made clear that this is what the law was. So many times Arizona said, we're not following it. And we had to have lynch in order to really cinch the deal. One thing I'm a little worried about is that if we rule in your favor in this case that it will be giving other states essentially a road map for defying this court's criminal law decisions. Joining me is Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg law reporter. This appeal is not about the defendant's guilt, but about his sentence. Tell us a little about the case and what happened during the penalty phase. Sure. So John Cruz was convicted in Arizona state court, a first degree murder for shooting Tucson police officer Patrick Harvey in 2003, but it was in cruise's guilt, but his sentence that prompted the issue at the Supreme Court. So at the sentencing phase, Cruz wanted the jury to know that he would have been ineligible for parole if he was sentenced to life instead of death. And that actually wound up being a really important issue because we know that the jury foreman actually later said that they are looking for a reason to be lenient, but Arizona didn't allow that at the time. And that was despite an earlier U.S. Supreme Court precedent from 1994 called Simmons, which said that defendants have the right to inform juries of their parole ineligibility in that situation when their future danger is at issue. So for decades, Arizona refuses to follow that Supreme Court rule, so then the court basically tells Arizona directly, this is the rule you have to follow it. That's right. So the Simmons case happened that the Supreme Court in 1994. Cruz was prosecuted in Arizona after that. But then there was an Arizona case that went to the Supreme Court after Cruz was sentenced called lynch against Arizona in 2016 where the U.S. Supreme Court basically told Arizona you have to apply this precedent simmonds. And so Cruz had previously raised a challenge before the linch case trying to argue that he should have been able to tell the jury about his parole ineligibility status based on Simmons, then after lynch after the U.S. Supreme Court told Arizona, you have to apply our precedent, Cruz tried again, but he was rejected again in state court, and that's what prompted this U.S. Supreme Court appeal this kind of ping ponging back and forth and cruises repeated attempts and repeated rejections to try and get the benefit of this U.S. Supreme Court precedent in the sentence case. So that's why justice Elena Kagan said Kafka would have loved this case. Exactly. So the way she put it, she says, Costco would have loved this because Cruz loses his Simmons claim on direct appeal in the first instance before the lynch case. And then he tries again and the reason he loses according to the state is because no, Simmons is actually always applied. It was just that lynch told Arizona that it had to then apply the law. So it wasn't what's called a significant change in the law, according to Arizona, and that's super important for this case because it all comes down to this state procedural rule, which says that on post conviction, like what Cruz was trying to raise. He can only get the benefit if there was a significant change in law. And according to Arizona, the lynch holding wasn't a significant change. I thought it was odd that the state was still arguing in its briefs that Simmons and lynch were wrongly decided by the court and justice Kagan told Arizona's attorney Joseph Kane field that she found that shocking and perhaps a bit insulting. In this case, you're still saying, like lynch is wrongly decided Simmons is wrongly decided we can't really we just really hate all this stuff. It sounds like your thumb and your nose at us. Justice Kagan is absolutely no disrespect was intended by that footnote to the court. And I apologize if that is the way it came across. Tell us about Arizona's arguments. So Arizona takes this sort of hyper technical reading. They're saying it's just the state issue that in the first instance, it shouldn't even get to the U.S. Supreme Court because it's a state court dealing with the state procedural rule. And so there is this kind of threshold issue at the U.S. Supreme Court of whether the justices can even really take a look at this because it's a state issue. And so there's this initial argument of whether we're even getting into the territory of dealing with the type of federal issue that the U.S. Supreme Court can grapple with. And so that's one of Arizona's arguments that the U.S.
"simmonds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Brian shook. This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. In a death penalty case, Arizona did end runs around Supreme Court precedent, creating a procedural maze that blocked a death row inmate's relief at every turn, reminding just Elena Kagan of the works of Kafka. I think Kafka would have loved this. Cruz loses his Simmons claims on direct appeal because the Arizona courts say point blank Simmons has never applied in Arizona. And then he loses the next time around because the Arizona court say Simmons always applied in California. I mean, tells you when, as I lose, whatever that expression is, I mean, how can you run a railroad that way? For decades, Arizona refused to follow Supreme Court precedent established in the 1994 Simmons case, which gave defendants facing the death penalty the right to tell juries that if they spared them from the death penalty, they would never be eligible for parole. So in 2016 the Supreme Court specifically instructed Arizona to follow that law. But Arizona denied John Cruz that instruction at his trial and then used a state procedural law to stop him from seeking reversal of his death sentence. Many of the justices seemed troubled by Arizona flouting the Supreme Court. Here's justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. Simmons made clear that this is what the law was. So many times Arizona said we're not following it. And we had to have lynch in order to really cinch the deal. One thing I'm a little worried about is that if we rule in your favor in this case, that it will be giving other states essentially a road map. For defying this court's criminal law decisions. Joining me is Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg law reporter. This appeal is not about the defendant's guilt, but about his sentence. Tell us a little about the case and what happened during the penalty phase. Sure. So John Cruz was convicted in Arizona state court, a first degree murder for shooting Tucson police officer, Patrick hardesty in 2003, but it was in cruise's guilt, but his sentence that prompted the issue at the Supreme Court. So at the sentencing phase, Cruz wanted the jury to know that he would have been ineligible for parole. He was sentenced to life instead of death. And that actually wound up being a really important issue because we know that the jury foreman actually later said that they are looking for a reason to be lenient, but Arizona didn't allow that at the time. And that was despite an earlier U.S. Supreme Court precedent from 1994 called Simmons, which said that defendants have the right to inform juries of their parole ineligibility in that situation when their future danger is an issue. So for decades, Arizona refuses to follow that Supreme Court rule, so then the court basically tells Arizona directly, this is the rule you have to follow it. That's right. So the Simmons case happened at the Supreme Court in 1994. Cruz was prosecuted in Arizona after that, but then there was an Arizona case that went to the Supreme Court after Cruz was sentenced called lynch against Arizona in 2016 where the U.S. Supreme Court basically told Arizona you have to apply this precedent simmonds. And so Cruz had previously raised a challenge before the linch case trying to argue that he should have been able to tell the jury about his parole and eligibility status based on Simmons, then after lynch after the U Supreme Court told Arizona, you have to apply our precedent, Cruz tried again, but he was rejected again in state court, and that's what prompted this U.S. Supreme Court appeal this kind of ping ponging back and forth and cruises repeated attempts and repeated rejections to try and get the benefit of this U.S. Supreme Court precedent in the sentence case. So that's why justice Elena Kagan said Kafka would have loved this case. Exactly. So the way she put it, she says, Costco would have loved this because Cruz loses his Simmons claim on direct appeal in the first instance before the lynch case, and then he tries again and the reason he loses according to the state is because no, Simmons is actually always applied. It was just that lynch told Arizona that it had to then apply the law. So it wasn't what's called a significant change in the law, according to Arizona, and that's super important for this case because it all comes down to this state procedural rule, which says that on post conviction like what Cruz was trying to raise. He can only get the benefit if there was a significant change in law. And according to Arizona, the lynch holding wasn't a significant change. I thought it was odd that the state was still arguing in its briefs that Simmons and lynch were wrongly decided by the court and justice Kagan told Arizona's attorney Joseph Kane field that she found that shocking and perhaps a bit insulting. In this case, you're still saying, like, lynch is wrongly decided Simmons is wrongly decided we can't really, we just really hate all this stuff. It sounds like your thumbing your nose at us. Justice Kagan is absolutely no
"simmonds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Crown jewel, tyrese maxi, or whether or not they're going to try and like basically swap out their depth for more depth for better depth and kind of mimic what you saw to some extent the warriors have there, which is like they could use some combination of 7 to 9 guys in a much more productive way than the sixers work is like right now I'm at that point where when you watch the finals, you're at the luxury of having your team in it. But when you watch the finals, that looks like a different sport than the one that your team was playing and you're just kind of like, I don't know what the road map is to that. I say this a lot, but the finals to me informs every decision I'm thinking about for a draft and free agency. If you're offering me a guy who can't play and what I just watched and why am I interested in that guy? You know, you can get gimmick guys that can win you around or two rounds, whatever, but you're right. It was depth. It was defense. It was two way guys. It was chemistry and continuity. The irony is, if you don't, if you traded simmonds for something else other than try to do the star model, you probably would have had some of the depth that you're talking about. If you do like Simmons for buddy and Halliburton, it just feels like you've got a couple more pieces to throw. You've got like a couple of different combinations to try. Yeah. Well, you can't do that. You can't. The first decision is James Harden. What are you hearing? There's all kinds of weird rumors about harder right now about Philly trying to get him on a shorter deal about maybe him exploring the fridge and studio space. What like Brian Wilson with pet sounds? Is this part a little bit? There's some San Antonio. He's always got along with Popovich. He always liked Texas. There's some Houston comeback stuff. No. I don't know what to believe. The Tillman harden reunion? They're back. They're going to hash it out. Listen, if LeBron and Dan Gilbert can reconcile, I'm not really that anything. My guess is that Philly will sign harden, but it will not be for the match. I think that would be insanity. Opt in and then two years on top. So he gets his, he gets his opt in here, and then I think they're going to do two more years extension. And walk me through the Philly fan base as they react to that news. I think that while I think as long as it's not the full, the full 5 year or the full, I guess it would be the 5 year if he opts out, then he can get the 5. I think everybody is comfortable with it. We made our bed. This is who Daryl traded Simmons for. He knows hard and better than everybody. We all saw that he had basically 5 good games in him in the second half of that season. I was basically on acid after those 5 games. I thought it was like the coolest thing I'd ever seen. And then it all fell apart. He was pretty useless. Maxie became the second best player clearly on that team over down the stretch. And then Tobias may have usurped harden in the playoffs. So it's just kind of like, it is what it is. It just can't be for four years. It can't be that this long-term commitment to them. And your convinced maxi stays on the team. Unless they go for this build deal that weirdly people have divine from windhorst appearance on greeny, where it was like he kind of laid out a scenario in which the sixers were looking for additional talent. And then there was like, it was basically intuited from something went or said that that was Beale, and it would have been Tobias and maxi for Beale. Tobias and Maxie for Beale. Well, I said this on my podcast in February and you know, I don't just throw shit out on the pod. It's usually like this is stuff I believe in and I'm saying it for a fact. And be wanna Beal that was always what was going on. And you know, the front office was pushing for hard and then Bill got hurt and it's made the decision for them. But I do think there's a B and B thing. And you know, I think it's a possibility. I just, to me, I don't know. Doesn't that feel very like three, four years ago thinking though? To be like, we're just gonna get in be hard and be together and then we'll worry about filling out four through ten. Maybe we'll get, it's like, can they even afford PJ Tucker if that happens? Like, I don't even know where they would get the guys to fill that out. We just watched this happen with Brooklyn. You know what I mean? I don't want a team that's so top heavy. So you're saying it's like walking into Netflix and being like, I have an idea. It's a show about it's during the tech era and it's a little like WeWork and it's just too late at this point. It's the 80s there are these kids. They found another dimension where you guys buy them. What do you think? You guys don't have anything like that, right? I think the three star thing is shot at S.W.A.T. for a variety of reasons. I'm with you. Especially because once you turn your franchises over to these guys, good luck. To some extent, I think it's still dictated. There's like a popular.
"simmonds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Think he's in the running for worst luck of any superstar. Last 12, 15 years. You would say Durant in that conversation too, but that was by Durant's own choosing. No, a combination of injury and just teammate luck. They get embiid. They get the number one pick. They take Ben Simmons over jaylen Brown and he really. He bullied bell and simmonds into this problem. By saying, innocent senates about how he passed that balloon was somehow. That bed Simmons is in a spiral, holding the net hostage. That was crazy. Basically said, yeah, I'm not going to play in game four. That's like, what? But what we said, he was going to play a game for how that happened. And then it was targeting. That whole situation. I know this. He was wearing sunglasses in the first half, and then pictures went viral on social media than the sunglasses. Right. It was just like, I don't know why he would wear sunglasses on and unless you have like an eye problem where you have a concussion situation. Where you can't see the bright lights, like you're going to really sit on the bench and wear sunglasses. What are you at the beach or something? Like, what is going on here? It's funny. You don't want to be a distraction. And yet you're distraction for four straight weeks, right? Even the game I went to game one at halftime, they're shooting on the Celtic side of the bench. So it was in front of the self expense. So you had to walk across just to be involved. And simmonds walks all the way across to where everybody's like shooting and keeping limber at halftime. And he kind of stands under the basket and he's rebounding a little bit. Jimmy Goldstein style. Because he was like rebounding like a ball boy, but he's wearing his weird band Simmons outfit. And then he walks over to the to the sideline, and he's just kind of, it's just kind of like, what's this guy doing? Like Robert Williams is doing this, you don't say like Robert Williams under the Celtics basket, rebounded for people. Very strange. I don't think there's been a more difficult coaching situation like a challenging. There's probably has been. But I mean, the Laker one and the winning time, that seemed pretty challenging, but what we're watching. But can you imagine a little fiction? Just a tad. Yeah. But can you imagine being Steve Nash, you're coaching this team, your star player says, we don't really have a coach. Like.
"simmonds" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"They built the double digit we in the first half run. Go as well. But his impact was immediate. How'd you think he looked out there? You were there in person. He looks like rob. He really does. Throwing down a lob, making the rotations defensively. He got inside on Bruce Brown once on a, you know, one of those short row attempts by Brown, this is the play where Blake kind of dropped the ball and Brown ran it back for a dunk. That was robbed in my opinion. Fill in the lane and being an intimidating presence in there against ground. Now offensively, I think it's gonna take a little while because timing and verticality and those sort of things are what get him buckets. And that's all off right now just from being out for so long. But in terms of just being a presence and a defensive force, I thought he was right back to who he was. It's limited, John. It's a very all you wanted to see was him play and not look scared and be able to move. Everything else was gravy. You're building towards something big. Give me those digits. What's up? Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'll see you later. Y'all have no idea about Joe sway's game y'all. And I'm gonna just leave it right there. By the way. Speak on this, right? So you really don't want me to do that, Joe. Where's the Joe sway banner? You just make, you just pan that camera to your left or yeah, you're left. I thought I'm using myself, but I guess I know, hey, all right, yeah. So I got a bunch of girls. Hey, ladies, just keep it down. Show us almost over. I guess we're going on over here. And my girls had like 3%. So I got here just in time, and then. And the show, Joseph. 7 guys, 7 guys, he was in a nut with. Those are Jimmy's girls. Keep it down. So rob looked good. I'm still a story of the game. The story of everything for me is the absolute destruction of the nets. And watching KD and I mean barring, you know, game one with Irving, but watching Kyrie and KD absolutely shit the bed on such a big stage here is so surprising and so interesting. They might get blown out, John in game four. Bailout, we don't want to go to Boston. If the shots don't fall early, they're done. They're done. They're going to pack it up. Tells me they're going to fight for a and you know what? Do you guys think there's any chance Simmons plays? They should just play Simmons. No. Punishment for Simmons. Durant. Durant should sit in a clown suit and let Simmons play 40 minutes tomorrow on Monday. I mean, that's not what happened. I wonder if simmonds, I mean, is he even stood up for this team next year? I don't know what, I don't even want to talk about him. I don't waste anywhere breathing. Oh yeah, you said that like a half hour ago too. I don't want him to talk. We've wasted a year. This probably ends on Monday. We'll be back here and then we'll have a little break. You know, after that, so again, thanks for joining us. We dug it. We're back in two days. There's no more three days off here for that game. And that might be it. It might be a little break after that. So anybody predicting this series.
"simmonds" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"At Gmail dot com. All right, so Chris, as we kind of pseudo started today's show, we have to officially start today's show with a conversation about Thursday nights. Heavily anticipated showdown between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets. Two organizations that didn't like each other before the trade deadline. And then James Harden and Paul Millsap get traded for Ben Simmons Seth curry Andre Drummond and two first round picks. And this was as we were just discussing. This was Philly's first chance to boob and simmonds. It's Christmas, it's New Year's Eve. It's the 4th of July all wrapped into one three hour sporting event for a city that really loves to hate. They mock cheered when Simmons came out to dunk before the game, they chanted F Ben Simmons before the scoreboard made it ludicrous to do so. And in the end, of course, Simmons, who, again, did not play. He had the last laugh, the nets won one 29 to 100 James Harden when three for 17 from the floor, tyrese maxi scored four points. It was just a disaster for Philadelphia, but I'm just curious, when you were just watching, particularly, I guess, early on, and just as the game kind of flowed, what stood out to you, Chris. Yeah, after that moment I told you about it, I was like, oh, this shit's not even close. Stood out to me very quickly. Being on Twitter during it, it made me think of a couple things. I don't think we watched Philly, certainly, you know, when we talk about appointment viewing also, we all wanted to see harden and affiliate uniform. What does that first game or two look like for him? It looked pretty easy. You know, it looked pretty effortless in some ways. It becomes very easy to forget that they had not really played great competition in his first few games in Philly. And so, you know, kind of the plaudits and everybody, you know, myself included, I think, saying, you know, maybe Philly, maybe this was a really good deal for Philly and maybe this is a team that we need to start thinking about a little bit more in championship contention. As a contender, obviously I don't think anybody was counting them out necessarily, but maybe the idea of them being more of a favorite or closer to being a favorite is valid. So I mean, I don't know that there should be any massive takeaways I saw some takes last night that, you know, for a quick minute, depending on how much you've fed in the atmosphere, just kind of the hype around last night's game. People say, oh, look, Hardin disappears again..
"simmonds" Discussed on Marketing Spark
"The year most companies have created enough content and they can come down. They can press pause they can slow down and they don't need to actually create anything else they can just start distributing the content assets that they've already created so for some organizations. They need to just do a gut check internally to say. Do we really need another white paper. Do we really need another blocks and start taking that time in allocating to distribution and then the next option is that you bring in experts. You bring in third parties you bring in organizations like of course Shameless plug but you ring in organizations who've specializing content distribution to actually run your distribution engine on your in a recently post. I suggested that the next hot markkanen job would be the director or vp of content distribution thoughts. I-love-you it in the reason. Why is this. We've been preaching for so long at the top of our lungs. Every marketer every guru every cmo content is king content is king and gessler. Congratulations folks. everybody's listened now. We all we all get this idea. Content is important. We've got the content. We've got the director of content. All of these roles now exists. But here's the issue or investing so heavily in this content that is collecting dust as so we need someone to partner with the person who's leading content to ensure that content has likes so the vp of content distribution. I believe is going to be in crucial role especially when you look at the narrative in the conversation happening right now around every organization needing to be a media company okay. It's great to be a media company. That whole mentality in the thought process is strong dues. Everyone remember what the media companies used to have like. Let's go back to the traditional newsletters like the newspaper companies. What did they have. They had distribution directly to your doorstep people had subscriptions that they were willing to pay for where newspapers would get. Dropped off at your door and there would be hundreds of kids running around the city throwing newspapers at your door. There is no better distribution that they no longer have that because of the internet in their businesses have crumbled so we can act like media companies where we will create great newsletters and great newspapers. Great blog great white papers..
"simmonds" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"He plays that way, but I'm glad you don't see him. You haven't seen him disappear even though maybe he's been shooting and it's not working out for him. And I mean, God, I mean no one goes over the crossbar, quite the way home. Well, you haven't passed an act as well as I wanted to touch on one thing I want to touch on was the shooting. You know. I think that the the hip may be hindering him a little bit said, one of my live stream. Yeah. Yeah. His hip just looks like his in the rotation of that one timer and so on. And and he shoots like a baseball hockey player and it's been well documented that that he he wants to, like, shoot a, my lack which is basically off of the freaking tow or of the month, the the chip. Yeah. So yeah. Same thing. Auston Matthews. Do they do that new, like, snapshot, where they curl it back, and they whip it at the net? Yes, yeah, yeah. So, I mean, hopefully, it's okay hip injuries a tough because I always use Wayne Simmonds as an example, but I know that Wayne Simmonds wasn't a one-time setup guy, dead. Like like pasternack's roll. The the thing with passing a package is more like that Ovechkin type like I'm in my office. This is where I'm shooting, good luck, stop it. But what we're seeing right now, I just think that it's going to take a little bit longer for past an active, or can heal. Because even though he might be playing at eighty, to ninety percent, which is allowable that he'll probably still not fully healed. Yeah. And so he I just looked it up real quick. He did so since the trade deadline and basically off the top six was formed, he had four goals and 12 assists and the seasons. So, sixteen points not terrible by any means, but none of them were power plate and none of his four goals were a power-play goal and that's in my eyes a little bit concerned because he's your goal scorer, especially on the power play and your threat. And I think dead If I'm looking at it, I'm looking at it quickly. He only had two power-play points since the trade deadline, and that's a little bit concerning. Obviously, the Bruins power-play hasn't been the best summer season and especially the first p p. Yeah, yeah..
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"So i think again the workplaces the work could be more more kind of friendly tools. Both into next bus that would help enormously trying to sort out kind of the mental health issues as well as the critical issues so we can redesign workplaces to be more introvert friendly. What does that actually look like what it's like is it goes back because as you head about half nagas i think this whole up to now to simply rethink about the working weeks step outside the office for the time being that whole three two things with a full one thing and most of your strong introverted and you can find out that now if only to spend three days in the hubbub a social contexts that were in today's that would be great okay but when it comes into the workplace itself then it's a simple question of there was the whole movement towards plan offices where you just surrounded by humanity. Say all you want to do is find cubicle. Go hide yourself away. Because that's where your best and what's interesting is if you think about just the fabric How companies work. If i get my my world trading when you want a niece he'll run a workshop. You get everyone together. Twenty people together in a room and the tendencies always say kay. Let's have a big group discussion about things. And does the group thing the poor introverts that dying in the corner because although the does give me some time to think i'd said even if you're running amazing as a leader and he's saying look a k. I'd like us to spend ten minutes saying nothing tool heck pen todd and write down any thirsty really simple extroverts hit the interest level the extra with board but you kind of played both needs it so i think it's almost like back to your first question if as a leader you want to try to get the most your people trying to understand exactly what we got of you so into our expert that guy that some stress nor problem is we great..
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"The two languages was the rational one because a mile this. I suspect the lines of irrational says the question knowing what do because if he didn't have a rational mel was fantastic with emily of china simply manage her food routines. Just get things don Adopted portland said it's not the was more other but the ones often undisturbed is the language of irrational. Because it's hard one. Yeah why is it harder. I think bizarrely enough teddy. I tell you if. I can make a jump back to what we were beforehand create. Suzy stands like a mongolian baptist for good the web when we did a survey on creativity in the workplace. Two thousand twenty. We looked to the past five years to find out what kind of people being recruited. By companies i k and we found the vast majority recruits it tons of mindset will the logic rational mindset rather than the emotional creative mindset so the actual kind of set its signed as we get older. We the more kind of crazy. Most the tools will laws. You get things done inside. Hit side. I just think it's almost. Elvis knocked out athabasca system by the time that we get to kind of like you know on the twenties and thirties when we need it most so you need to be crazy but you need to become a care of people in need side. I think it's just something. The as a human race would become more morass to logical less emotional and less crazy. Okay so coming into the part. To how as a leader do we encourage the conversation and the practice of mental health in the workplace. And this is a good one because i think at the moment unforced sneeze in the workplace. Be great leaps in mental health. Genuine society lost bastion. Lost job. to be done is probably the workplace where it still is still not. I did not good enough as the thing i think. One of the reasons why is because the companies if you look at that kind of mission statements policies evidenced in place and the took in talk but not necessarily of walking the walk polly. If you get back to the conversation with just had when. I was really ill. Many years ago in the workplace. I was frightened to anybody nature. Because i kind of thought it'd be the death knell career if hr what they're going to a week. It was competitive. So don't do that..
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"Listening. I'm hearing you the second that sympathetic that much more intuitive and much more listening rather than simply talking. It's kind of the key thing right now. The with with my wife. That trying to to publicize is the importance of people closest to those suffering. Meant to help. Because they're the ones that can often in inverted commas. Save a life we think pretty powerful so. Let me just check that. I've understood this correctly. So there's red flags and they'll be different for everyone and it's usually to look out for. Are they doing something that's out of character. Not their normal pattern behavior then to ask twice first to say. I'm not use normal self. Are you okay and then to ask again because the concern is still there. Are you okay. And then not to jump in with frac advice. Do this do that. Get your guardrails up. That presumably comes later. The i m mental health. First aid is to listen with empathy and to get the person to talk and unpack it. Set correct the third was important because it doesn't come naturally to most people particularly men. I'm going to be so but but you want to give a solution okay. Some offering well do this do that do this. That's not what's needed is not worth it. And it's funny because my wife mail. She's very rational person. And so. When i was ill for round had temptation was to the to solutions case you got you stressed what. He need coffee things off you to do this. Why insights the kind of thing. Well it was great advice but she could have been speaking a foreign language. It wasn't. I didn't need that time. That says Digital thing to do and when my daughter too much into the mix model. Emily had really bad of anorexia and for many years and with my wife myself we became a harris was quite interesting to see mild becoming much. Much more irrational. Tim has she dealt with. Emily having learned about how she dealt with me so to speak. So i think it's something where it's tried to be able to speak two languages because the language of rational is really important because quite practical getting things done for the language of channel is as in posted because this is was the one language are knocks. The person you're talking to and doing that. Can you get to the rational stage of of putting up. Your mental health rails. When is there a tipping point where you go from the language of the irrational to. Let's do something to support you is that led by the person who's struggling or is that led by the person prompting. The conversations could screw question. It's like what would be cared about the. It's not either all. I mean it's just. The default is jump straight into the language. Arash land sold a problem. Can you buy tongue and not talk whereas usually what the tool. Now you're going to have to the key thing about in mental health is likely you will need to with your loved one. Do something about it so imagine the in not well against too bad todd econ purely rely upon the language irrational get nothing done said need. Some help needed prior to do something about this. What was forced with mel myself. Swath my door was concerned. Ed was when. Emily was many years as we come away but the play..
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"The biology of is that you simply trying to meet the needs of your body's circadian rhythm is the tub these arrest robin five through that grady onslaught a sit down in my little hobo physical. Little two seater safer closed the door and half an amaechi as aisha wakeup. And i'm just go literally go gave a couple of is again relatively speaking on five class and again into the back in the day it's now in the uk it's about nine pm nine thirty in the evening in about in about an hour. I'll be heading upstairs and beheading about fifty minutes of just wonderful meantime crew to beheading hop off radio on book at the time when i'm preparing myself for the night because that's when is the kobe will works i. It's not a scientific is what you're talking about but it's the same principle is unsigned the flow of way. You brains That and meeting his needs. I think you're find. Is that when you google. Steven kotler cycle like flow cycles in lap. Exactly against what. You're intuitively doing so. The flow cycles are struggle so struggle is the phase one which is when. You're doing hard stuff and you're working out problems and your brain is got dopamine nor napn effort in it's hard and then you take a break which is like your coffee in the kitchen. Is you take a break. You do something else you go for a walk. You release those purged those stress chemicals and then that primes you for the creative stuff which is so he goes struggle release which is do something different and etc and then the third part of it is flow. It's which is when you get at your most creative you're pumping out ideas and all that kind of stuff and your body is flooded with all sorts of neuro chemicals like huge bucketload. Feel good things and then it's exhausting so you need to have recovery time. Which is your bath. Time for short within that within that the opposite was which based on his of good. One hours excise. 'cause that's another thing which was released all kinds of endorphins and stuff but i'm a convert to this not just for the creativity under that we might will talk about the mental health side as well. Is this just that help. Not just keep me crazy. Used to be sane as well so the things that are quite closely aligned the sanity and the created not the not that far pas concepts. Well i think that's an. Let's move on and talk about that because the theme for this quarter is all about developing other leaders and developing creativity is a key aspect of developing leadership and it. We can bring out every ounce as you say of people's creativity data in service to developing others and hand in hand goes the mental health piece..
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"Because the brain that simply got time and space not think about the day today and subconscious go. They're wearing away at all. The folks be putting your heads. If you basically spend your day doing a number of different things play the violin for war guy for swim. Work those things and crete collisions come to the full Midnight so that. The thing about amin evans had about in the shower in the morning. Okay i guess that's kinda Not yet vote Way but you do we can. Why is because when you're in the morning time even love united sleep. Your mind is not full of the rubbish of the day is simply open to stuff. So that's the produce the brain releases. All the stuff has been playing around overnight. And that's when the idea is is so it's something that i just passionately believed to be the case. Why simple is because imagine this. I've been training in big corporations for about thirty years. And i just realized that one place where are not crazy was in the workplace. So it's like it feels like a filipino. A fraud for thirty years. That will waste time trying to be creative in the workplace. And that's why so ironically in. I know that we've had really bad in the uk like most The will but when when covid hit and all the sudden everybody was forced to work at home i sub Great civilising because i knew that creativity was working the workplace to work at home. There was all of a sudden this great opportunity to try to bit more relaxed and let your creative juices fled and the unfortunate thing is the big corporates when their employees work. From home. you'd have hooked able to just let them have some time to do the fun stuff on nothing local dot as they back it up with zoom back to back. 'cause it's not being the office really in theory in your best when you're at your mesh relax and jerry this little work. That's really fascinating. So this whole creative surge was poised for an acceleration and then stymied by the zoomed to tell run. Because i think the will happen. Is that again. The big debate right now of the uk is has locked down. Been good for people's creativity hasn't been good for the productivity and his two lines of thinking is the people's w must be back to work than the people think that we must have at home. But i where will settle. Be in this kind of hybrid territory. Which i think it'd be great a kind of a three two more or two three three. They were home and then with that. Got a better chance of having Creativity that you talked about. I agree with that. And the research that i've been coming across with regards to is work from home. Good depends on depends on where you sit in your life stage whether it's been good for you or not so the people who did not like it. The most and struggle with it the most were younger generation. So people in the early twenties who have not yet established their own permanent household and family..
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"The people employed need to be creative to be critically quite confident and the the irony is even that is big companies charged with developing los new ideas. And that's lifeblood often when when you ask a group of people in a in a training coast hands up. Hit who thinks that creative you can really push up hands. Real clear need for in the workplace. People don't feel that creative. So i is. My job is to help unlock people's crazy confidence. So that they can then develop new ideas with the companies. That's my skill really. That's that's what my company does said for example that used the skill to devalue you concepts to do brainstorming to give people the belief that they are creative and it's not simply the role of for example the advertising agencies alone to be the christ was. Yeah so i think that's destroyed basically with every single ounce of creativity in every single individual. It sounds a little bit sort of pompous emission to get the most christian. Jesus at everybody love it. That's that's so fun. And i think one of the misnomers from what i understand of creativity is that people think it's you. Just sit there with a blank canvas and pluck something from the sky whereas the reality is it's about having containers and frameworks to work within. The constraints can sometimes liberate ideas. Is that your experience and your saying that. Because that's often. This is much easier to created within the constraint people can solve some boundaries to work within than they can be more creative. I states Craigslist dot simply passing down. The you say with a blank piece of paper. Let's kuzma days so that even i'm not looking at my computer right now and if i've got a particular problem in i can go into google images. I can tap into the search bar the proper the phrase and ten minutes. I can get access to a whole bunch of stimulus inspiration. But i can then use to be crazy. The christian batman say you've been the person to generate. It could be you because spoofing could without this in one top criteria certain. The kind of people always have great idea. There was thinking about things. But that's not the only kind of creativity the this outlets i unlock. Whatever is within people. I like this idea of seeking stimulus and i think it's somewhere in some of your material or maybe it's your your profile. You talk about combination combinatorial play. I don't even sure that's pronounced that correctly. Can you tell me a little bit more about that. That's the mind by s Is this a lovely little of lafayette. The absolutely swear by explain. What is a Play or combinatorial. Creativity not good associate. Outs is something that came. From albert einstein. I okay and in a nutshell. What it is is basically. That's his belief was that is trying to combine disparate things that when they collide. Do you think come out with great thinking so for example in brit mathematician bullet physicists. But wedding good ideas is when he so put down. The problems took up violin piano play and then just relax. Didn't think about anything of the play. The violin in by by doing those things those things collided and then sort of out pulp tonight. Data also this is sound as negative as it sounds because there's a balanced korean was happening. Because what you already creative when you'll brain feels relaxed ironic. The one place. The is not great for creativity is in the workplace because what's really bad for. Creativity is stress and anxiety. What he's gonna say you're gonna find a space within which you could be completely relaxed because you'll braves relaxed that you aren't you must genitive again is not that will night but the time of day when you're at your most productive is when you are asleep.
"simmonds" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"He is a creativity insight an invasion and mental health expert. He comes all the way from the united kingdom. He's got twenty years and more of working in big corporates places like unilever tesco telefonica pernod ricard phillips and bear. he has worked extensively in creativity and insight and invasion. He's been creativity and management trader. So he loves the creative stuff and in our conversation today we talk explicitly about some of the strategies to develop creativity including applying the flow cycle and our natural circadian rhythms to bring out the best of our creativity and productivity and move into the mental health space. He talks about his own personal experience. Both as a sufferer of anxiety and stress and a mental health issues as well as having a daughter for whom he was caring for a while who had her own mental health issues and between these two conversations we find an overlap and how we can set up workplaces to both stimulate creativity and management health. Let's.