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"six tables" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"But yes. Your wedding is limited, though, right? It is limited. It is limited. It is limited. But but yeah, I'm extremely excited for Unconfiscatable. It is one of my favorite conferences. And I go to a lot of Bitcoin conferences, one of my favorite conferences of the year. And there's a T-shirt. And last year, last year. We made the final table. Are you going to play again? I know. I can't believe it. This is like my first poker tournament ever. Yes, I'm absolutely going to play the poker tournament again. I don't know if I'm going to make it to the final table again, but it was a whole lot of fun. Are you are you in? I haven't signed up yet. Should I? Yeah. Is it running out? Is there running out of space? Not yet. But you should definitely sign up because we'll see. You may actually have a hundred seats. But the reason why I want people to sign up early is because if we're going if it's the week before the event and we only have like 60 seats, why am I paying for 10 tables and 10 dealers? Right. I'm only going to hire six dealers and they're going to bring six tables. So those that want to play last minute, they're going to be like, sorry, we have a 60 player tournament and we have a better shot at winning first place. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. No, that makes perfect sense. Yeah. And definitely recommend Unconfiscatable. It's one of my favorite. The D Hotel is incredible. It's right in the Las Vegas strip. There's the canopy thing. Downtown Las Vegas, downtown Las Vegas, downtown. Isn't that the same thing? No, no. The strip is those big resorts like that. OK, OK, OK, OK. But yeah, it's Las Vegas downtown. There's like the canopy ride right down the middle. You know, it's just absolutely incredible. The venue is great. There's a little balcony too. You can kind of look down. What are you most excited about this year? You know, I'm just excited to see everybody one more time this year. What do you mean one more time? That sounds that sounds that sounds like it's it's a finale or something. It is a finale. It's a December. It's the last conference of the year. Gotcha. Gotcha. OK. It will be the finale. The finale of the year. The finale of the year. OK, OK. Yeah. I mean, I don't know any other events that are happening after this event. So we are the finale for the two, you know, put 2023 behind us. Get ready for the having year of 2024. Looking forward to playing some poker. And it's been a rough year. You know, I just looking forward to relaxing after it's done. The scammy awards are going to be fun. We're going to have Giacomo Zucco and Meir hosting it this year. We'll see next year. Maybe you and Sophie or try to get Max and Stacey. But we keep moving host. It was Leah Walter, myself, year one and the Bitcoin couple in year two. So the scammy awards are going to be fun. The Carnivoree dinner is going to be awesome this year. Rent it out a top steakhouse. Now, it's just going to be a fun event, man. It's going to be smaller. It's going to be one of the smaller conferences, should be about 300 people, 400 or sell out. Let's shoot for the 400. It'll be at least 300. It's going to be a nice, fun time. We're just going to have a blast. Absolutely, man. Like I said, I had such a great time last year. It was incredible. It was an incredible conference. Anyways, Tone, it seems like we are getting to the top of the time. Guys, you can use promo code SIMPLY10 to get your own confiscatable tickets. You can check the link in the video description as well as the link to the financial summit. I definitely recommend those two events. I've been to both of them personally and they're an absolute blast. Tone Vaze, thank you so much for joining us on Simply Bitcoin IRL today. Awesome. Thanks, man. I appreciate it. Thanks, Tone. All right, guys, that was our show. If you enjoyed it, smash the like button, consider subscribing if you feel like we provided you value. We'll be back tomorrow, 1215 p.m. Eastern Standard Time for another episode of Simply Bitcoin Live. Peace out, everybody.
"six tables" Discussed on World of Lu
"Winner. Like free or dislike likes to watch because they like to watch it too but whenever free usually start doing it so they are in the day. But it's always okay. You just make time for it. Sounds like it's something you really enjoy. And that's you know fantastic thing when you can make some money off of stuff you enjoy like for me in this crazy and i've talked about before on my podcast but i don't play but i run a sports -ly kind of living. It's like half my business and so we play kickball. It's adults playing kickball. At parks like kickball kick while that we played in kalamazoo school. So it's something like that. You know where it's just fun and it's like well people want to pay me to come out here and yell at them that they're not safe space and things like that so it's just really cool. I love that you've found something obviously might not be a long term career but at the same time there's artists that you know sell things forever so speaking of the long term is you know the money you make from this business. You have long-term goals is kind of just fund spending money spending money right now. It's more of like. I haven't really made profit for quite yet. It just from buying the products from the beginning now. This money's going back to buy more product since i'm getting more sales but if you have profit it goes back to like a college bank account but otherwise it goes to buying a product still. Yeah that makes sense especially in the early start up phase which you know that's interesting. I think people don't realize like that's a big misconception about business like here. I'm going to go open a food. Stand and i'll make money day one and it's like no. You had to buy that food stamp first of all which obviously you don't have to keep buying the food truck or the food cart over and over but it's a big expensive front and you have to buy the food and you have to buy this and that and the other. It's like it takes a little bit of time for you to get ahead of yourself kind of any business story. Yeah i thought it was going to be like all right. Let's go shopping now. Like separate shopping. Double my money tomorrow and we're good to go. Yeah so now that's cool. I love it and out like your friends. How have they responded to your business. Actually so supportive in his search view. They'll follow mine. instagram in. Watch me on everything. I go onto. And they're like this is so cool and then they like ask if they can get something so then about this refund. No that's awesome. It's always nice when you have like a built-in audience in people that support you. And i loved that. This is like a product. That i'm gonna go back to food truck. That's what i experienced in his food. It's like okay. Come visit me gonna be over on such and such on tuesday from five to six. Where this it's like okay. I'm taking your custom order. I'm going to make this product. It all works out fine. So that's really cool. I love that you have that support so going back to like the business aspect of it. What's like a challenge that you've failed when starting your business or even just now with current operations. It's been a process on before. I didn't know you have to fill it all to the talk of the mole was like feeling like not as much thinking i can save the rest of the resin no because gets super thin in wobbly so now i feel all the way to the top. So that's a learning experience. It's very difficult. Because i get on the table or like we said l. These matched that. I can put my resin on so nothing drugs off to the counter. Talk very with sticky. Is six table her to get off. So it's definitely very hard to get off. But i figured out ways to get it off but it is getting easier beyond definitely willing. Were difficult. But i'm still trying to figure out ways to four the resin because you can pour all these different ways and i've been pouring it like you said like the strike ways and they always nice looking but they're always order in the middle of rectifying award. I don't know if you've seen anything like that. Cigarette tingler border and like all of them. Turn like that and it's like you want something different. So i've definitely been trying to find new ways to where i have but it's a learning experience you know that's interesting stuff that like us as outsiders wouldn't even think of and you're mentioning the rectangles and slick no. I didn't notice any rectangle which she talking about. But i guess the creator. You're like oh man like that low line it's off slightly like us as consumers have no idea i'd start which just the big it looks good and i'm like nope. This is my worst one ever hated. Definitely yeah so. That's interesting that the whole production part. I didn't even think of that. I was thinking like outside business perspective. But you're right. It's those little things like day in day out stuff that you really focus on and you learn and just figuring out what's the best method and also you know in your experience you're able to kinda it's like a free for all like you can use as much creativity as you want or as little creativity and as you want. So that's wrinkle. That's a really cool opportunity to do that. So where do do you like. Are you doing this. Unlike your parents kitchen table life leisure workshop. Yeah so is. It's actually on the table grant table whatever but we do. Have this built in thing in our garage. Which is a little team like a one table. We used to do it off there within. It's like so hot that the resin actually starts to melt a little bit. I mean it doesn't make sense that it melts. It gets some liquid formula which is not good. Because what brian they just get messed up so back in the kitchen. Hopefully when it gets a little cooler concern during it outside again. Yeah for sure no it gets super hot in fresno in the summer of is slow. We all know that. So i mean it makes sense like one just the product itself melting but to like you melting like. How long can you be out there in our tops and then you're gonna pass out from cheat exhaustion so now that's really cool. I love that. I love like the whole business aspect of it in that. It's fun and it's something you get to enjoy like. I said earlier a lot of people. Don't get to do what they enjoy to be able to make money so right now. Do you have not like right this second. But how do people buy so the day. Contact you for custom order. You have like products. Stop people can choose from both right now. I don't have crit like stocks up for now because it's like harvey his. I'm more customers. If you want something custom the you text me or deanne me or wherever so. I don't really have any like colors that you might want like. If i have anything in stock it'd be different colors than you might not like that. So i haven't done any in stock. Just in case norm bias. If in it's like a waste. But yeah i have emails and then the m and the oldest tahmina customers and it's super easy that's cool and it's really cool that i didn't think about either i don't think of a lot of things. Apparently is the theme. I didn't think about like custom colors. Gdn like hey. Can i get. My favorite colors are green and yellow can get something green and yellow. And it's like. I assume you can do that. So different than just going into target or whatever they have four preset designs. And that's all you get. Yeah i mean. If i go to like a bench or stuff like that i liked to have things stocked up because they want to buy like right than their story. Like you have to like the emmy or anything so imminence convenient to have things on stock. But it's definitely a challenge visit. They like you said a yellow or green. And i have one. That's like yellow in boil on our one green. And i'm like all right well. This one's a waste. I guess so. It's definitely easier to customize. Yeah so that makes sense. I mean obviously like you said all of your money has to go back into bunk products here not necessarily just setting out hundreds of items ready to go. Yeah that makes sense especially starting up so we talked muggeridge low bit. You're young a lot of people. Don't start a business so young if someone was in your shoes and they found something they love or think they can turn it into a business. What advice would you give them do it. It's definitely It's good to have experienced. Like i guess you could say the business. It's definitely fun like me. i'm really created. I'd like to be creative. So something like i can do this for fun and then get money off. What is definitely like something that i really enjoy. So fuck you really enjoy. I definitely say do. It's really fun. Yeah i love it. That's you know basically just do it. Don't over think it like even me asking you this question. It's like okay. What do people need to do. It's like just do it. don't over think.
"six tables" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Right back at it. I'm Jim Rome. Alright as promised. We're joined right now by a quarterback for us. See the quarterback for USC coming off a game where he was 24 36 for 256 yards and two TDs and that went over San Jose State. He is a Johnny United's golden arm. Watch Lister first team All Pac 12 last season. Pac 12 offensive freshman of the year back in 2019. U. S. C. Is one to know their number 14 in both polls and they're hosting Stanford on Saturday. Kitten Slovis is my guest. Keaton. Good to have you back? How are you? Yeah, thanks for having me good to have you all right, So you and I spoke last fall before the start of the season that had been canceled, and then we started. So let me ask you this. How good did it feel to get out of the field on Saturday in play in front of tens of thousands of fans at the Coliseum once again? It was a great feeling, you know, super excited to kind of just have that energy back in the stands. They didn't all come from us with a great turnout from our students, a pretty good track from our fans and really looking forward to be able to play upon them for the rest of the season. That's what we just said that the energy did not have to come from us. Because last year, of course, yet to create your own energy trade from London, had a huge game. Kidding, 12, receptions, 100 and 37 yards in that win. May I ask you this? How would you describe the chemistry that the two of you have? And what is it about him? That makes him so unique? I think the biggest thing is he's just been here process a long time, and he does a great kid and a great competitors. So really, we've had three years to kind of develop that relationship in that chemistry. Um, First Campinas, while young receivers and You know, in terms of skill set, you know, he he got he's the full package. In my opinion, Um, and he makes it really easy to pathology. The big bodies explaining congratulated great right on it, so I don't think he saw the and, you know, I can kind of get a jump ball, though. Don't win. USC quarterback Keaton. Slow is my guest say, jumped outside early lead. And then when San Jose made it close, you pulled away with 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. I know you'll probably tell me it was not a perfect performance. But how much pride is there in the whole team, finishing off an opponent and putting that game away when it mattered? Yeah, again. There's always stuff to clean up and you know you look back and point out people is that we hope you feel better, but that's a good team. I think a lot of people kind of get Sanjay State and since they're not in the pack ball, they don't think they're very good. But You know, I thought they're pretty talented team and they could compete in our conference that they were And you know, I think for us to kind of finish what we did an architect, by the way it is, you know, really went for us. I'm kind of curious about your relationship with your offense coordinator Graham Harrell. What have you learned from him in your time together? And then how would you characterize that relationship? Um, we're pretty close. You know, I'd almost granted almost like a big brother to me and We have a lot of fun in the quarterback room and we got really hard me to which my dad coached my whole life. So he always coached me hard. So for him to coach me hardest is pretty natural. And you know things I learned from him. I think just this whole philosophy, um in terms of being a how to be quarterback and how to lead and how to. He has often philosophy of Really, firstly, being selfish stuff and discipline but also being you know, the most excited to play and execute on daily basis. His whole thing is not always about the scheme not to try to trick him up and all these tricks. Execute our offense and we're going to run it. Well, because we run it. Well, miraculous defense six table we do. USC quarterback in Slow is my guest. You know when you answer a question like that the wages did. It kind of reminds me of your mindset, your approach, and that's one of the things that kind of got my attention when you led the conference in passing yardage and TDs and you were first team all conference last year. Lot of guys might be kind of fired up about a season like that. But you didn't seem to be. Maybe this is part of being a coach's son. But in terms of mindset and approach and this pursuit of greatness of consistency, where does that come from? I think I just want my own desire to be better. And, um, yeah, I think we can kind of look at it. And you can see all exactly, but I think today I know you down. I could have played better at times so For me. I know there's more left out there and even thing with last week we had a good win, but I think our whole offense there's more points on the That's my finances. My team's mindset. I think a lot of guys out here, um, who are playing have the same life it and obviously comes from our love our coaching staff as well. You know, you got hurt in the Pac 12 title game last year, and as a result, you season ended on a pretty rough note earlier this year. I thought he said something really interesting to the athletic quote. I think when you're in the position I am There's not a whole lot of people you can really talk to who truly understand the spot you're in. So I think that was.
"six tables" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Right back at it. I'm Jim Rome. Alright as promised. We're joined right now by a quarterback for us. See the quarterback for USC coming off a game where he was 24 36 for 256 yards and two TDs and that went over San Jose State. He is a Johnny United's golden arm. Watch Lister first team All Pac 12 last season. Pac 12 offensive freshman of the year back in 2019, U. S. C is one and so they are number 14 in both polls and they're hosting Stanford on Saturday. Kitten Slovis is my guest. Keaton. Good to have you back? How are you? Good. Thanks for having me good to have you all right, So you and I spoke last fall before the start of the season that had been canceled, and then we started. So let me ask you this. How good did it feel to get out of the field on Saturday in play in front of tens of thousands of fans at the Coliseum once again? It was a great feeling, you know, super excited to kind of just have that energy back in the stands. They didn't all come from us with a great turnout from our students, a pretty good track from our fans and really looking forward to be able to find them for the rest of the season. That's what we just said that the energy did not have to come from us. Because last year, of course, yet to create your own energy trade from London, had a huge game. Kidding, 12, receptions, 100 and 37 yards in that win. May I ask you this? How would you describe the chemistry that the two of you have? And what is it about him? That makes him so unique? I think the biggest thing is he just been here process a long time. And he does a great kid and a great competitor. Self really have had three years to kind of develop that relationship in that chemistry, um, especially a team. And while young receivers and You know, in terms of skill set, you know, he he got he's the full package. In my opinion, Um, and he makes it easy to after seeing the big bodies, explaining congratulated great right on herself. I don't think he saw at the end. You advertise getting a jump ball and they're gonna win. USC quarterback in Slow is my guest say jumped out, said early lead, And then when San Jose made it close, you pulled away with 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. I know you'll probably tell me it was not a perfect performance. But how much pride is there in the whole team, finishing off an opponent and putting that game away when it mattered? Yeah, again. There's always stuff to clean up and you know you look back and point out people is that we hope you feel better, but that's a good team. I think a lot of people kind of get Kansas State and since they're not in the pack bowl, they don't think they're very good. But You know, I thought they're pretty talented team and they could compete in our conference that they were And, you know, I think for us to kind of finish what we did an architect, by the way it is, you know, it was really went for it. Kind of curious about your relationship with your offense coordinator Graham Harrell. What have you learned from him in your time together? And then how would you characterize that relationship? Hum. We're pretty close. You know, I'd almost granted almost like a big brother to me and We have a lot of funny to quarterback room and we're getting really hard me to which my dad was a coach my whole life, So he also coached me hard. So for him to coach me hardest is pretty natural. And you know things I learned from him. I think this is whole philosophy, Um, in terms of being a how to be quarterback and how to lead and how to. He has often philosophy of Really, firstly, being selfish stuff and discipline but also being you know, the most excited to play and execute on daily basis. His whole thing is not always about the scheme, not going to try to, you know, trick them up and down the strip. Execute our offense and we're going to run it. Well, because we run it. Well. Welcome, Miraculous defense six table we do. USC quarterback in Slow is my guest. You know when you answer a question like that the wages did. It kind of reminds me of your mindset, your approach, and that's one of the things that kind of got my attention. When you led the conference in passing yardage and TDs and you were first team all conference last year. I think a lot of guys might be kind of fired up about a season like that. But you didn't seem to be. Maybe this is part of being a coach's son. But in terms of mindset and approach In this pursuit of greatness and consistency. Where does that come from? I think I just want my own desire to be better. And, um, yeah, I think we can kind of look at it. And you can see all exactly, but I think today I know the down and I could have played better at times so You know for me. I know there's more left out there and even staying with last week. You know, we had a good win, but I think our whole offense, though there's more points on the That's my finances. My team's mindset. I think a lot of guys out here who are playing have the same life it and obviously it comes from our love our coaching staff as well. No, You got hurt in the Pac 12 title game last year, and as a result, you season ended on a pretty rough note earlier this year, I thought you said something really interesting to the athletic quote. I think when you're in the position I am there's not a whole lot of people. You can really talk to who truly understand the spot you're in. So I think that was the toughest thing about it. End of quote. I mean to me, there's a lot of truth to that. There's not many guys To play quarterback in really high level and a big time program much less USC. So if you're that guy, how did you go about processing all of that? And who can you talk to about things like that?.
"six tables" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Right back at it. I'm Jim Rome. Right as promised. We're joined right now by a quarterback for us. See the quarterback for USC coming off a game where he was 24 36 for 256 yards and two TDs and that went over San Jose State. He is a Johnny United's golden arm. Watch Lister first team All Pac 12 last season. Pac 12 offensive freshman of the year back in 2019. U. S. C. Is one to know their number 14 in both polls and they're hosting Stanford on Saturday. Kitchen. Slovis is my guest. Keaton. Good to have you back? How are you? Good. Thanks for having me good to have you all right, So you and I spoke last fall before the start of the season that had been canceled, and then we started. So let me ask you this. How good did it feel to get out of the field on Saturday in play in front of tens of thousands of fans at the Coliseum once again? It was a great feeling, you know, super excited to kind of just have the energy back in the stands. They didn't all come from us with a great turnout from our students, a pretty good trial for our fans and really looking forward to be able to find out for the rest of the season. That's cute. What you just said that the energy did not have to come from us. Because last year, of course, yet to create your own energy drink from London had a huge game. Kidding, 12, receptions, 100 and 37 yards in that win. May I ask you this? How would you describe the chemistry that the two of you have? And what is it about him? That makes him so unique? I think the biggest thing is he's just been here process a long time. And he does a great kid and a great competitor. Self really have had three years to kind of develop that relationship and that chemistry, especially a team that all young receivers and You know, in terms of skill set he got, he's the whole package. In my opinion, Um, and he makes it really easy to pass through. It seems the big body big saying she graduated great route honor, so I think he saw the enemy. I can kind of get a jump ball and those gonna win USC quarterback and slow as my guest. See, jumped outside early lead. And then when San Jose made it close, you pulled away with 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. I know you'll probably tell me it was not a perfect performance. But how much pride is there in the whole team, finishing off an opponent and putting that game away when it mattered. Yeah, again. There's always stuff to clean up and you know, we look back and point out people is that we hope you executed better, but that's a good team. I think a lot of people kind of get candidate state and since they're not in the pack ball, they don't think they're very good. But You know, I thought they're pretty talented team and they could compete in our conference that they were And, you know, I think for us to kind of finish what we did an architect, by the way it is, You know, it's probably went for us. I'm kind of curious about your relationship with your offense coordinator Graham Harrell, What have you learned from him in your time together? And then how would you characterize that relationship? Um, we're pretty close. Um, you know, I'd almost granted almost like a big brother to me and We have a lot of funny to quarterback room and again. It's really hard for me to which my dad coached my whole life. So he also coached me hard. So for him to coach me hardest is pretty natural. And you know things I learned from him. I think just this whole philosophy, um in terms of being a how to be quarterback and how to lead and how to. He has often philosophy of Really, firstly, being selfish stuff and discipline but also being you know, the most excited to play and execute on daily basis. His whole thing is not always about the scheme not to try to, you know, trick them up and down the strip. To execute our offense and we're going to run it. Well, because we run it. Well, Malcolm Miraculous defense six table we do. USC quarterback in Slow is my guest. You know when you answer a question like that the wages did. It kind of reminds me of your mindset, your approach, and that's one of the things that kind of got my attention. When you led the conference in passing yardage and TDs and you were first team all conference last year, I think a lot of guys might be kind of fired up about a season like that. But you didn't seem to be. Maybe this is part of being a coach's son. But in terms of mindset and approach and this pursuit of greatness and consistency, where does that come from? I think I just want my own desire to be better. And, um, yeah, I think we can kind of look at it. And you can see all these athletes, but I did today. I know Deep down, I could have played better at times so You know for me. I know there's more left out there and even saying with last week we had a good win, but I think her whole offense. There's more points on the That's my finances. My team's mindset. I think a lot of guys out here who are playing have the same life it and obviously comes from our love our coaching staff as well. No, you got hurt in the Pac 12 title game last year, and as a result, you season ended on a pretty rough note earlier this year. I thought you said something really interesting to the athletic quote. I think when you're in the position I am There's not a whole lot of people you can really talk to who truly understand the spot you're in. So I think that was the toughest thing about it ended. Quote. I mean to me. There's a lot of truth to that. There's not many guys that played quarterback at a really high level at a big time program, much less USC. So if you're that guy, how did you go about processing all of that? And who can you talk to about things like that?.
"six tables" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The state is still dealing with more ICU patients than beds to deal with them. After half of those patients have covid about 59% being treated in other areas of hospitals, state officials watching the numbers to see if Labor Day travel adds to covid cases. State health officer Dr Scott Harris. I sound like a broken record, but our advice is the same. You know, if you're a vulnerable person, if you're a senior, if you're somebody with trying to help problems, even if you're vaccinated, you need to be really careful about getting together with those groups. People. Tuscaloosa City school system is extending its mask mandate, officials say students, staff and guests will have to wear a mask through October 6th at the earliest state lawmakers going over some newly proposed plans today for prison construction in the state that includes two new, larger men's prisons and one women's facility with cares, Act funding, helping to cover the cost. I mean, gene or fell and more of Alabama's morning news is on the way. And now here's JT Alright, Angie. Thank you very much. It is 7 30 form diary coming up shortly here are going to be checking in with Jonathan Strickland. And just about seven minutes or so. He is the host of our podcast tech stuff on the I Heart radio happened. I I love Jonathan because he's so dang smart about so many cool things. And when you talk tech, he's on top of stuff here. So coming up interesting subject when it comes to high density and pixels, and what that's it's really cool. So yeah, hang on. We'll get to Jonathan here in just about five minutes. Also a little bit later this morning. Going to be talking with the president and the CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association. How much will the end of the extra unemployment benefits help the restaurant industry and other industries? As far as that goes? You would think that when the money stopped and those spirits are being turned off right now, As we speed, the money is not flowing like it was. So there's been some indication That that doesn't necessarily mean you know, everybody's going back to working. Oh, my gosh. Unemployment's gonna strength down below 3%. Because people are finding out different ways to make things happen and staying at home and opting out of going back to the way things were pre pandemic So but the restaurant industry I'm sure you've all experienced that when you go out And you see that there's five or six tables open and you're thinking Why is there an hour Wait has nothing to do with seeding. It's all about the personnel and staff. To, you know, be able to wait on you. We were at a restaurant. Uh, over the weekend, right next to the Mercedes Benz Stadium for the almost football game, And so we went in and the lady says, Yeah, you got about 45 minute. Wait and sure enough, all around the restaurant. There were tables and I'm like, listen. I'm willing to help. We are starving. I'll get up and help the waiters in the area. I don't mind putting in an order for my table and bring it up to somebody. No doubt about it. I'd love to help. Can we just sit down and grab something to eat? And, uh, she says that would be fun wasn't but no. So you're gonna have to wait. So we did. But anyway, we'll talk more about that coming up at 7 50 this morning. Well, coronavirus variant. There's a new one. As you know, we've got the Delta. We've heard about this one. Uh, it's coming in from South Africa. But there's other variant here. Mu. The variant Mu EMU has been detected now in 49 states, also known as the B 16 to 1 variant. The strain was discovered in January in Colombia. Remember talk on that one Well, along with 49 US States and the District of Columbia. Having evidence of the Stranger also is appearing in 42 different countries. The only U. S States not affected by the new variant is Nebraska. Don't know why. Maybe they just haven't reported yet, Uh, and by the way, so far, this mu variant has been most logged in the state of California. So we're keeping an eye on now and once again coming up Friday morning. We're gonna have one of the doctors from your ABS Infectious disease department to talk a little bit more about the coronavirus and the spread of these new variants and also the vaccines and treatment. A lot of talk on this animal medicine. But there are two different types of I've I've rectum in our I'll figure out what that word is there, but, uh, there's been a lot of controversy over that. Medicine to be, you know, treating folks with coronavirus, so we'll have more on that. And your questions, obviously coming up Friday morning, 7 38, Now Alabama's Morning news on the way next, we'll check traffic and weather together point also, Jonathan circling the host of our podcast tech stuff. Coming up three minutes. Stay with us. 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"six tables" Discussed on WJR 760
"Carry out An outdoor patio only His friend and restaurant manager Melissa Macnab told the Detroit News. His loss was huge to the community, She said he helped so many people took care of the park across the street. From his deli. He helped with the ST Patty's Day parade. Anytime they had extra food at the deli. He would take it over to the Mariners in which is a local shelter for homeless men, Paul W. She said. Everyone kind of knew who Greg was. Customers would come in and they'd meet him once. And he was their friend this again a huge loss. Not just for the city and for this restaurant, but for the culinary community in the city of Detroit, Paul, you know it. It reminded me when I heard all about this of cheers. Little take a little different Take on where everybody knows your name. In this case, everybody knew Greg much. He's name or much his name from, uh, Jeez. Uh And they knew his his name. They knew his work. Because they would, as you say, come in once, and they were his friend and that was that, and he'd remember him and a lot of people loved going back because he did such a good job with Much cheese deli there in Cork town, 1300 Porter Street. In Detroit. Do we know what happens now? I know that everybody's kind of shell shocked with an unexpected death of a young man. Which this is we still I don't think we still we still don't know what happened. Do we know we don't? The family has not released that information. We can understand how this is a sensitive thing, and they don't have they have not released any information about what will happen to the restaurant. The Delhi we should say and also, you know, we're still coming out of covid here, and a lot of these restaurants are taking very slow steps back into completely opening as did much, Jeez, So it's really it's such a difficult, difficult time all the way around for the restaurant business and then to have this happen. It is just devastating and something that's interesting about the restaurant community in the city of Detroit. That I've talked to people about and heard about and actually seen in action is the fact that Lot of times, new restaurants will open in the city, and you would think that everybody would be very competitive and keep to themselves and you know, not help each other and that that's not the case when it came to opening new restaurants in the city of Detroit, these right early restaurants, I mean, they would even give tables and chairs to new restaurants that were opening So that they could get a start, you know, and get going without having to make a sense of camaraderie. Sense of. Hey, we're in this together. Everybody knows and new just a few years ago how hard it was to start a restaurant in Detroit. Yes, and so, being in it together, they kind of looked out for each other rather than What? You might have guessed what you were alluding to that people might say, Well, we're competitors. You know, whatever that was, didn't seem to be the case at restaurants into trade. No, not at all. I mean, there was definitely this philosophy of rising waters raise all ships kind of thing. So they felt that the more great restaurants, high quality heights service level of service restaurants that were available, the more people that would come. Therefore it would be good for your restaurant tube. So that was just a great philosophy, and Greg much participated in that in a big way. And again, this thread of also helping people in the city that really needed. I mean Mariners in and, of course, cast community social services. These chefs, their top match top drawer, highly trained chefs, and they would go to these places to offer their services to help out son. He was one of them. Greg Mudge was one of them. So that that's another. You know, just a gold star just not just for him, but for the community. Is this remind you of any like little eatery that you knew? Well, yeah, at an earlier time when you were growing up, or was there a place on a corner or something downtown, that was special to you. There were a couple of them downtown that we absolutely my husband and I absolutely loved. This was when I mean, we were just married. There was a place called Ali gets. And it was down, I think was on Porter Street actually, now down near the bridge. I can't remember exactly where it was. And it was a French woman who ran this place with her. Well, I think it was her husband. I'm not sure, but it was literally. I think there were five or six tables in the place. And you didn't know what you know, There wasn't a a menu you'd walk in. And what was on the chalkboard was what was available for dinner that night. And it was the finest French cuisine ever. And you know, so there was that place and I'm going to tell you before around At the time I had one. Growing up. It was Far simpler than they did not have fine French cuisine. They had the world's best hamburgers. Although we we were saying, Hey, where's the beef? Before Clara Peller was famous. They were very thin, but very good hamburgers. And that was George Radovan at Rad Evans in downtown Monroe, General George Radev in with his mom and dad. Running the place. I think his his wife was in there to working. But it was always George and you were a part of the family when you walked in, which meant you could also be in the middle of a family argument. And it was and it was a small place and you were sitting right there where the grill was and everything else making the hamburgers and under the tension and pressure. Sometimes there would be words. Between family members and you were all there with them. And it was. It was just a great experience and George died a long, long time ago. And I still think of rad Evans and miss that great place. What a great memory And that's what places like Mudge's there, too. That's what it's all about. Marie's. Yep, indeed, thanks for sharing. The story of Greg much the owner of the famed much Jeez Deli in Cork down who's passed away at the age of 46 Marie Osborne are WJR, senior news analyst At 6 45. A strong.
"six tables" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast
"That's a great question It's i think in true gambling. You know if you're gambling against a house. That house has a mathematical bandage and The fact is we. We want to be the house. I mean i. I want to describe it all the time. We so in a way vance our commodity business. I mean this is the truth. I mean it doesn't sound. this isn't something. I wanna tell my kids. They may not be able to listen to this I tell our trader sometimes that you know when when the today show up at the office at seven. Am and they walk into a casino. And let's say it's a black floor and their job is to find the five or six tables out of one hundred that are offering eighty five. Ninety percent ought and The truth is when you when you gamble even if you're really really good at it you've probably got fifty fifty odds and and i know there's certain of gambling where that's not necessarily the case but the typical casino games. You're going to have forty three to forty nine percent odds in so in a way yeah. It's it's gambling. I mean that's part of the reason why we formed broadview group holdings as well and why partner with clay i I was doing something for fifteen years. When i was at the mash off where i felt like we were at creating real value for the world and i had this idea this concept and i i felt like it was something i couldn't pass up. Something was really passionate about. But i found myself. You know a few years end of this endeavor with that trading business finding myself asking okay. One of my gonna leave behind. What's the legacy going to be into the question. I'm not going to sit there and lie to you. I mean it's it's i think it's probably more dissimilar gambling than it is similar to gambling. But it's a form of gambling. I mean let's let's be clear about it We we we trade. In a way that i would call investing and we are longer term but at the end of the day we don't we. We backstop our trades with the ability to take physical delivery or to deliver that physical commodity. But we never intend to. We intend for it to be a paper trade. The other businesses we own We are have you ever taken a physical trade. Well not in this business have obviously other times. Been a part of physical commodity business. Been no not not in. That would be a bad day. If you have to. Loads of cattle showed us downtown. Clayton call you if that ever happens. You want to see that would like that. Yeah no but it's it's it's very insightful. Question you ask and and The truth is i..
"six tables" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"So that's eighteen hundred dollars at the Poker room offer running that entire tournament. Right right sounds good right. So but here's the thing you have to start the tournament with ten tables and so and you're not gonna break it in those tables in the first hour so if you think about it in that terms that's given up a thousand dollars in cash game revenue assuming you could have filled with cash game player right so so already thousand of that eighteen hundred that you need is essentially up in this scenario right make sense so far right all right. So they're not saying the second hour ravaging six tables. You had a couple tables broken. So that's another six hundred in cash game revenue ost now you have to sixteen hundred and he made eighteen hundred on the tournament right so now on the third dollar. Let's say you have three average three tables and so that's another three hundred so now you're up to twenty one hundred that could made in cash and you only made eighteen hundred on the tournament and tournament over yet right right so so that's a good way of kind of looking at the math in these rooms and that's why a lot of rooms and you know focus on cash games now and the other thing i said. There's really tournaments for the most part are i. Don't say laura loss leaders because some make a lotta money tournaments but they're really designed for two things if you're a small room running turn to get people into the room and hopefully that they'll stick around played cash right. So that's i like these thirty dollar turbo tournaments in the morning. Maybe you have one in the afternoon or something like that where they make almost no money off that. But they're hoping after you bust out you're gonna play cash the other side of it. He's he's big rooms like regarded. It's a prestige thing right. So they become famous because of their big tournaments. So there's a reason to run those two. But even those are not always terribly profitable. And i know i've told the story before but there was a poker manager at a pretty major poker room told me once i sit in this office. That the casino doesn't look at casinos. Do this but His particular casino. Don't look at each tournament in the overall profit. Realm right Every department has their own goals so in this particular room was used to run a major series a couple of major series those free beers and red bulls and stuff that you get as a player in the tournament. He had a bye from the food and beverage..
"six tables" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Just cannot stand. Donald Trump and She is now certainly proving that once again as she is joining Pelosi in the battle against investigating what she claims is responsible at the Capitol because of Donald Trump Mhm. Speaker. Pelosi is named representative Liz Cheney to serve on the upcoming committee. Addressing the attack at the Capitol on January six in the list, Cheney was one of two Republicans in support of this committee's formation. There are a number of investigations going on in this. And now here we go again The witch and continues with the Democrats in Congress. Uh, I e. D. Impeachment trials. Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler. You remember that circus right? Well to me, This looks like something very similar. I'm not sure there's going to be the grandiose Live television testimonies, but who knows where this could lead here? But Liz Cheney said, Yeah, I'll be on your team. Let's go get him, according to sources, House Minority, Kevin McCarthy has said that Republicans To accept appointments from Pelosi could be stripped of their committee assignments. Could be how bout will be absolutely Liz Cheney. What do you just change parties? Why are you still with us? Unbelievable. Committee intends to investigate this right at the Capitol ASAP. This Cheney? Hmm? See you off the committee's How about just go ahead and switch your party and be done with the Republican Party? I just don't understand. Uh why the Republicans Like Liz Cheney. And I think she is the leader in this now what? I want to go against what we're trying to do in this country with conservative Republican values and yet to return, it seems you're you're pushing against that. I know there's personal family hate of Donald Trump. And but my gosh, Unbelievable. Not really, I guess. You know all the checks that are still going out affecting the economy. Governors in 26 states as we know, including Alabama opted to end the federal pandemic Unemployment insurance benefits early. Well. Jobless workers in Texas, Indiana and Maryland are suing to have them reinstated immediately and to non profit law firms in Indiana were the first to challenge the governor's order there. Yep, Indiana was on board, just like Alabama was to stop these payments. Well, they sued and they got a nice little victory this uh past Monday after a judge ruled that the state must continue paying the enhanced unemployment benefits until the lawsuit was settled. So there you go More free money for those Hoosiers. Just kind of hang out on the sidelines there. Marion County Superior Court Judge John Hanley. Said the injection is in the public interest. And the benefits. That issue are instrumental in allowing Hoosiers to regain financial stability and an individual level while the state continues to face challenges presented by the Covid 19 pandemic during its return to normalcy. Meanwhile, help wanted signs everywhere. Not just where we are, but across this country. You've talked to people outside of Alabama, your friends and family. Seems to be a problem everywhere can't get enough workers. That's why there is an hour waiting restaurants and you're staring at five or six tables that are completely empty. And you're like what? What's going on? There's an empty table. Well, we don't have the staff to take care of that. I don't want to seat you. And then you sit there, Mom saying you're sitting around waiting for a waiter to come by for 30 minutes. Then everybody gets irritated. This is in every business across the board. And continuing these checks. When there's jobs available, makes zero sense to me. Governor Eric Holcomb. There in Indiana suspended the extra $300 weekly federal unemployment benefits back June 19th, arguing they were keeping too many workers on the sidelines and dragging the state's economy down. And their recovery was slowing because of this, just like everybody else. If you're getting free money, it kind of the, uh, you know. Takes away the incentives and to get up and go get a job takes away the drive to well, maybe I'll go next week. I got a check so Yeah. Indiana law requires the state to secure all the rights and benefits now conferred to residents under these federal statutes. State Attorney General even found an urgent appeal right after this decision came down. Seeking to overturn the decision. Well, it's not happening. Okay. But does this set precedent for these other states? Like Alabama. Where people are gonna start suing and judges against a We'll start setting free money again. Lord, I hope not going in the wrong direction Once again. Biden Wrong direction. Stop giving people free money. 6 28, Alabama's Morning news, traffic and weather together. Bottom of the hour news coming up three minutes. Stay with us. Pretzels. Look what chips? Look Who's the new guy? Santa? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty chips..
"six tables" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
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They say there's some something by the lead. A lewis should be absolutely fair. Some horses just never seemed to get on our seeing the Said in the wheels was spending from the star. Never got never danny purchase for whatever reason. A lot of voices just seemed to run. Not just you know ten shop widow form but still middle for me. stephen rundle kind risks also It's difficult. I find it the the by my friend but at the same time i could carpet you on You know i would certainly be happy back in with his form. Vigorous in us I last i last almost but it was wellbeing I'd rather than than he was finishing six or seven and having every chance are just suggested that he's pretty well handicaps. I'd always you know. I is often the case i think. Race stupid wave during the handicapper when of course runs by eagles has a habit of dropping. The times you wanted to. The this is not indicative of course to drop all or you do take the view. The defines i this joining kind for again. 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"six tables" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"You do just that to learn more about how you can help visit Houston public media dot org slash amazon Smile Thanks. We've spoken before about things that used to be in Houston but aren't anymore. Astor World the Comets and Arrows much more recently, the disco Kroger. There's been a similar disappearance of some key landmarks over the years in Galveston. Wayne Jones is executive director of the Galveston Historical Foundation. Tommy Boudreau is co author of The book Lost Restaurants of Galveston's African American Community. Dwayne Tommy. Good Morning. Welcome to the program. Good morning, Dwayne. Let me start with you. What immediately comes to mind for you when we talk about things that used to be in Galveston, but are not anymore. Well, there are several that come up to me come to mind immediately. One of them that most galvestonians talk about is the loss of the Ursuline Academy, which was just off 25th street in Galveston. So after Hurricane Carla, uh, that building have had some significant damage and It was removed within a few years after that, but it's it's one of Nicolas Clayton. It was one of those Clayton's really spectacular religious oriented buildings. And so we lost that. Some years ago. So that's the first one that most local people talk about as being a significant loss. What else? What other ones right after that? Well, you know, hurricanes aren't very kind to Galveston. So it's been one of one of the things that's probably determined the fate of a number of buildings that we would hate to lose. But I also think of the balconies room. I don't know if people recall right after Hurricane Ike that was totally destroyed. And for those who may not be a player with the Balinese room, it stretched out over the Gulf of Mexico from Seawall Boulevard, and it just fell into pieces from the the power of Ike and 2000 and eight But it was the great story. It was one of those sort of almost romantic and romanticized stories today in Galveston. About the underground sort of gambling and entertainment community of the island and the the 20th century, particularly in the mid 20th centuries with the Maceio family, So and I had this wonderful kind of, if you if you all remember that and see those images from the past this wonderful kind of Asian influenced architecture. That just set out there on the water with the It was just really, really amazing Little building and so that that was totally gone. And people still talk about it still has. I think it has some Sort of a social media thing following it, even to this day. Tommy, what prompted you to want to write a book about black owned restaurants of Galveston's past? Want to be honest with you. Um we were going to publish a cookbook. Um That Dr Jones, Dwight Jones suggested that we do After the first book, Allison I published and As As Blaine has sad, um Our storms, uh, devastated us over the years, and we found that we couldn't find a lot of recipes because so many people lost everything doing Hurricane Ike. But as we, um Start hearing stories about some of the restaurant owners, some of the great cooks and Galveston we decided that we would tell their story and included many recipes as we possibly could. Tommy. What are some examples of some of those restaurants that whether they were lost during Ike or or from other reasons, other times from Galveston's past that we all should really know about. Listen, had always been known for, you know, excellent food. So, uh, we had a number of them barbecue restaurants. Uh um, uh, Oliver barbecue stand why? It was called saying I don't know, because he You is indoor eating into a dining tiptop cafe, Honey Brown, Uh, people had their choice of restaurants and If they like one person leaks and the other person deal. That was kind of how you know things wet and you know, we had people of all nationalities. It was time to those restaurant and The owners were really kind of the head of this. African American communities. They were the ones who kept up with all of the city issues and so on those things that would be relevant to the African American community, Dwayne are there other restaurants or hotels from Galveston's past that stick out to you as landmarks that have come and gone. There are and I would like to mention a couple of those. But I was going to ask Tommy as she might talk about which is my favorite lost restaurant in her book, which is called the squeeze in and the building is still there, I think, but I love that name, and she might describe a little bit about it because it was pretty pretty distinctive. Yeah, By all means, Tommy. Okay, squeeze and was in an alley. Um, and the first time I heard about it, the name was kind of like uncomfortable for me. But, uh, found out that it was Mrs Richardson and her daughter who ran this. Restaurant in the alley only had about six tables and when they would prepare of the food, they had a special menu every every day, And once it was gone, it was gone. So you have people lining up in that alley waiting to get in 11 o'clock. My memory of it. I did, uh, either one day and I still remember this smothered pork chops and Mac Spectators and Grady Greens and corn bread. So, uh, it was. It was a very unique place and again. It's closed now, but the building is still there. And if you live there Dwayne, We have just a minute or so left. Can you talk a little bit about maybe some hotels in Galveston? It that aren't around anymore that people remember Sure, I think almost everybody would remember the flagship hotel, which was also over the Gulf, Mexico about 25th story, which came down also after Hurricane Ike and is now on entertainment center, of course, but The sea walls had a lot of lots of motels and the seahorse motel. People might remember that Jack Tar Motel, which was down, uh, near the end of Broadway, Uh, the Buccaneer Hotel would was also on seawall. This wonderful sort of shipped shaped hotel, which was called the S S. Galveston came down about 2000 and four So a lot of the things that we remember a lot of us growing up and coming to Galveston or hanging out down here. Lot of those motels and early hotels are are gone just because of the dynamics of real estate and the impact of storms. Still on those two Duane Jones is executive director of the Galveston Historical Foundation. Tommy Boudreau is co author of the book Lost Restaurants of Galveston's African American Community. Dwayne Tommy. Thank you both very much. Thank you. Thank you are Uncle And that will do it for today's show. The Houston matters team includes Michael Haggerty, Joshua's in Brent Ruiz and Troy Schultz. David Pittman's Our Technical director. Remember to join Ernie Menus for Town.
"six tables" Discussed on Playin' & Slayin'
"Have made some big misses a periodically throughout s- but overall when you consider it as an aggregates it has been net positive in terms of i would say the overall experience for four players and the rule set and the expectations in in a game. And i didn't know that's so many of those had so many systems had their third edition. You know being maybe argued as their best and maybe that makes sense because right you use the second as the most iterative of the of the two right. Obviously the initial design point. The second is where you make the bowl this changes and then the third is where you do that. Final bit of refinement. And maybe pass that you're looking to make changes for the sake of making changes right sell book models dice. Were cards all that fun stuff. I i'm optimistic. Towards it's i i think the end of first edition was a really not fund game states. I think the end of second edition here is a certain in not fun game states so i i'm glad it's arrived when it has. I'm always concerned having been a forty k. Player for twenty years in seeing to me how that game has changed how the competitive side has changed. Yeah and one of the reasons. I think i'm leaving because of a lot of things. I've seen in forty k. In terms of you know a new code xs come out every single time new comes out. It's just blow in everything and is like wait a minute and then you know two months later something else comes out of ood i just. I'm always concerned because we always have migration we've talked about that our show that you have migration between the two systems between forty canes sigmar and most of the things that i see overlay clamp points. That's a really positive thing. I think that's in my opinion. I really liked that mechanic. I really like it as a gamer. At source. But i'm hoping that the things don't come over that maybe or maybe wall stake in a board size and the everybody has their own opinions about those things but i'm pretty happy with four by six table and and school And obviously if the new rules are that we have to do something else. It's fine with clay. Is i think we both commented will put some old matt's make the playing surface smaller. I just i think that.
"six tables" Discussed on The Developer Tribe
"And then pressing high. That was what we wanted to do was a luxury because you're already going to be able to do it for so long before the body gives out that's not just you know it's not just me saying it. It's not physiological. There's only so much you can do that. Heats about temperature. I being the fact by a lot of these guys didn't have much money. Couldn't afford gatorade before the water becoming dehydrated on the back of poor diatribe is all those things it made it really tough so then i had to think about. How can i make this really energetic. A lively within the constraints of what we have in the context of what we've been given here and in that. That was me finding me. Whale missed as you did with events with those isolates practices. How can you still make mareo. Coaching personnel jammed. The way you are what you demand from people Even though it slightly different maybe to to what you idealistically would like to do. You mentioned a couple of times tying into your personality in the word that came to me whilst you were talking is authenticity. Was that important to you. Just something that you have to believe. And i feel. It's something that. I wanted to be something that identify with what i'm on. The side of the pitch and i'm coaching is with the boys on. Whatever we're doing conflicted by do i actually agree with this or notes. That's kind of where i go with it. And it's it's the it's almost a settling feeling within myself opposing wire and values. I have value out the way i wanted to do. Things and i would like might seem you know densify without themselves and the place to recognize that we work together towards a mutual goal of what we wanted to be and i think if i sell it the right way becomes the play. His way of doing things is what i really want to do and may enjoy and they become possible. There's something we really did. Well a retirement camry completely different system. We pay a full full time not played on the island and we were tearing apart because they didn't today with a full central midfielder and we had the complete tough but positional of type in the wingback back position and we had to really could strike is long one was running behind and it just worked really well. It was really difficult there with the thing that still within that shape was was was the defensive aspect of politics technician to a defensive trait. Are we committed suppressing. Hi i'm being really really aggressive and try to win the bike and then hope if he got played ova we would find a solution in a block of how we were going to defend. It and i was really difficult on the loss of the players. Particularly the side of the diamond but it was real to what we wanted to achieve in that we younger. We're a bit rougher ready. We would in the best financial position. We weren't in the best physical condition. We didn't have the best diet but what we really had was. When he came to it we were called to end user the teams that we really identified it. What proud of that And doing it with young players and it links in trevor thing. That was about young energy largely. Even though things weren't quite away we're gonna find a way to do things an old linked to really nicely that the innovative with shape and that the players both into boats it made authentic to meals came away with a lot of learning different. You know experiences based on the fact by energetic different even at the formation level of how we operate as a team has contextual constraints. The external variables impacting. How you've operated there. So yeah airtight me. When speaking to some coaches saying while i play four three three okay always regardless of your team attributes. The team dynamics the opposition. If feels more important to me that there's some flexibility to a game model of principles that still fits regardless of formation. so when. I've had situations working for franchises. Saying we play this formation regattas context doesn't make sense me with your current role valenica. I've said that right being. I love other anger until i was Hip for probably six on the with the settlement. Top also watering. I still thought it outside butcher. Every time i say all right well thanks for that. Meal was the biggest challenge facing your role there at the moment Biggest challenge is we all. We're not dependent on the academy but where we have a lot of academy plays in the i team. So there is a pressure to develop them We don't give him. the first. five star rating is an economy. Start of twenty twenty Rebecca twenty nineteen So it was a big achievement. First and now we have to start to consider. Where does this leave us. Because yes you want to produce price for the lead to syria in the top division away. Well well i the emblazoned we have probably five or six table. Plays in the i team from our academy really positive but then the reality is for them to achieve what they really kinda cheese by nineteen. Twenty twenty one. We wanted to be looking at selling them to the next place and get into the next destination Because that would be the big challenges when not just preparing them to be the top level of the game that they can play in this country we want to make them trump level european internationally and without having the competition in every day games but to lead us about level israeli hog. young ones. That showcased as you can play up here. And we do that quite substantially and we got we got the quite low so maybe some coaches from other teams list and thinking about competing mental Thinking soaking competing on since they'd be marching seven though which is a completely understanding of as you can start understanding opinion where we hope by doing this model the longtime when they get to seventeen eighteen. They have an understanding of how to play against the largest city in lebanon stunning by. That's a place evan. Understanding of space time how to work in these areas and then if they thought we drop them into a cheek in a french league portuguese league you know they would have an opportunity to really rudy. Earning shine could come to the top And that's that's the big challenge faces don't just producing place from the top level in our country reputation. Plays for a high level that that's hope that sidestream I think it's a lot of the kids streams as well. Yes they want to play for the i team but then they have unprepared near unit. One day i wanna play a ps. Gee i wanna play football. We have to be cognitively fantastic. Lofty aims rightly. So it sounds like the club is hot a decent history so far and i'm sure that your involvement will help and getting closer to those aims. Jack thanks so much for your time today. A last question for you. If you can have an audience with just one person who would you choose my hair clump. He gets the social side. He gets the the cultural side. He's gone to dalton and he's gone to liverpool and create something that might be sunny foreign to him been for yes. He grew up in johnny but he wasn't goldman born and bred The same liverpool he. He's undecided the coach of the side of the way of being and already enjoy the. I love it over and moving around and seeing different things. So i'd love to pick his brain on. How did he do that. Does the intention to. It isn't something that he just you know. These are just social comedian. Pick betray some workouts himself and salt gigabit deeper into the element. Because that's i think that's the essence of creating a team and then the rest of it comes around.
Chelsea cruise to victory over woeful Spurs to pile pressure on Mourinho
"Plenty to get to. But only one place to start spurs chelsea in the premier league and it's chelsea away from home getting a one. Nothing win the only goal in the match from the penalty spot jorgihno converts as chelsea picks up three big points that moves them up to six table. Four points. out of the top four spurs still stuck in a joining us for more. You're getting klinsmann and don hutchison. You're gonna start with you. Every time we evaluate spurs of late. I feel like the first question. Is we're spurs bad or was their opponent good. How do you break it down today. will you know me. I try to keep everything positive. When it's about spurs but a have be on today it's really difficult especially i forty five minutes to first. Half chelsea completely outplayed spurs. They got the lead with the penalty cake from georgina. Well-deserved served lead Spurs never created anything. The first forty five minutes. I mean their front line with the san benito's of burg line was pretty much not on the field and then they got a little bit more even in the second half I think chelsea should have been a little bit more. Clinical more decisive that could have scored a second or third one. That didn't do that. And that broad the spurs the last couple of minutes of the game back in the game and and they almost got venecia's there are almost had The win after the equalising header. Then it would have been one one and everybody would have asked well. It's not so bad. But i think it was a clearly well-deserved chelsea win Obviously that takes spurs now far away from the top spot via remain citizens. I think it's now fourteen points or something which makes a lot of spurs fans really happy today but Compliments to chelsea
"six tables" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Hired a P C. Where the U S is right now, When I announced that you all said, it's not possible. Come on, Give me a break, man. Give me a break, man. He didn't like that question yesterday when they asked him about it. Which was basically the pace that 100 million vaccine shots in 100 days. That's what it was 100 Million and 100 days. Which was already with the Trump administration said they'd had their sights set on Right? Yes. So And apparently, media is saying isn't fast enough as it is. Uh, all right. I mean, I don't know, Donna. Good morning. Glad you called. Hi. Good morning. Always loved to listen to your show. I'm here in Palm Coast, Florida. That's I'm sitting up like him. It is nice. It's already 63. I think outside but I don't want a road that is sorry in the free state. Yeah, It's been pretty great. Except for trying to get a vaccine. You guys are in for it. This is Even though Florida's I think taking the lead in this, it's still a crapshoot. I got up in 6 A.m. this morning to get on the local supermarket website Public's because they're distributing Vaccine and I'm still sitting here. 7 28 just waiting for a spot on the computer and I've done this three times this week. So well, I know DeSanto a couple of weeks ago made a comment that Hey, you know, hospitals and other people that get ahold of this. They're better suited to arrange this stuff than we at the government level R That was basically his take on it is Is it your understanding that private entities they're still kind of arranging how these are being distributed. Well, public just came on board. I think about two weeks ago and and that's the big You know, it seems to be the big go to over the individual county departments of health because they're they're rollouts. Really Seeing slow, Publix is scheduling more appointments. Like I did this same routine on Tuesday this week with the supermarket. I don't know where the hang up is. I really think it's just in supply. Sure. Yeah. I mean, they've gotta crank these things out as fast as possible. And I'm telling you, the demand is over the top. So I mean population where a rather small county down here in Florida. But You guys in Bucks County Delko, Philly. It's going to be a weight because there is a demand is just so so great and it's It's extremely frustrating. Worry about the old lady sitting in her house by herself who doesn't have a computer? What do these people doing? You know. The people that really, really need it. It seems everything is is high tech. Get on the computer. Get on your phone. But what did these old folks doing that you know, That's what I think is going to drop through the cracks on this. Great point, Donna. It's an interesting discussion, and I thank you for raising it. 61 whole 8 50 09 90. Let's go Toe Berks County. Talk to Kevin about it. Kevin, What's on your mind this morning? Hi. Good morning, Chris. I went online with Lehigh Valley Help Network last Tuesday. Made it appointment for yesterday. 30 in the morning. Was in got my shot was out in 15 minutes and have my follow up appointment already made Now I'm a first responder some part of that first tier of people, but they were probably 80% of the people getting shots were over 75 years old. They had six tables set up. It gives shots. There was no more than two stations at each table that we're busy at any one time during the 15 minutes. I was there said ample supply. They've done a good job. In Berks and Lehigh County. If people need a shot, contact Lehigh Valley health care. They're doing a fantastic job in Berks County's doing a great job. Hey, Kevin to you, because I'm curious. They're different kinds of shots, right? Do you know which kind you received? Is this the one where you have to go back and get a second one in a few weeks? Yeah, I got them Adjourn. Er, OK and all the shots currently you have to get to okay. Johnson and Johnson is the only one who has a single shot. That supposedly in late stage approval with the FDA and may be available in about six weeks, Okay? And then are you already scheduled to go back and get a second one? Yeah, the 18th of February, Okay? Kevin, That's great. That's an upside bit of news for people that they're eager to get it. Berks County doing it well, Kevin says. Thanks, Kevin. Appreciate it marries and Rockledge Hi, Mary. Mary..
New York City restaurants give outdoor dining a go
"Similar Similar nice nice weather weather lots about their living. Eating outside is kind of a way of life in restaurants pretty much have it down in New York. Different thing serving outside can be a big and expensive pivot, especially in places where outdoor space is limited. Sidewalks and parking lanes have their limits, You know, and also nobody wants a side of truck exhaust with their meal. All right now outdoor dining and take out are the on ly options, so thousands of New York restaurants are giving it a go. Marketplaces Kristen Schwab checked in with two of them to see how it's going. Walk down Franklin Avenue in Brooklyn at night, and in some ways, the new normal doesn't look quite so bad. Franklin is like one big, socially distanced outdoor dining party with table spilling onto the sidewalk and into the street. Sounds and smells of different restaurants bleed together. There's Mexican, Caribbean, Ethiopian, Chris Chris Calamity Calamity and and Lincoln Lincoln Wheeler Wheeler are are at at a a table table outside outside Roz Roz Plant Plant based based Ethiopia. Ethiopia. Yes, Yes, we we just just ordered ordered and and We We got got a a tip tip with with injera. injera. And And then then we we ordered ordered was was the the other other one one so so food food dish dish within within Jared Jared on on a a kind kind of of salad salad and and some some some. some. They're They're celebrating their friend who didn't want to talk. Just got a pandemic puppy. And after four months of not being able to eat out, calamity, says ST Dining feels good, But it uh it actually felt a little bizarre the first time Right now. It's sort of just feels normal, like walking around seeing everyone outside eating. Very like very European vibe that I think it's pretty refreshing for New York. A lot of time and money went into creating that vied Romeo Rigali owns a restaurant with his wife, Milica. Ultimately, they sank $5000 into that outdoor space, and it's tiny, just six tables in a parallel parking spot on the street with a few more on the sidewalk. The day they announced that outdoor dining was allowed. I went online and I applied. You gotta prove right away. And then I just ran to Home Depot for Rigali. It would be the first of many trips that one was for plans started. You want 30 for? I believe I counted right. We wanted to make love Tropical tropical tto help diners forget they're eating just inches away from honking cars and idle ing delivery trucks. Then there was the trip for cinderblocks to keep those cars and trucks where they belong. Then another trip for wood fencing city inspected, recalled his parking spot patio three times. And each time he had to shut it down and make adjustments feels like the rules are always changing. Just every day. There's something new was tired of Home Depot. Just a lot. With takeout as the only other option every square foot counts and for many restaurant owners that comes down to luck. Narrow storefront, narrow patio, fire hydrants, bus stops and subway grates. Forget about it. Corner location. Nice. A few blocks away from Rigali is restaurant, Izaak Solace, a French American restaurant with a Michelin star. Solace is known for its $70.6 course meal or it wass. Steve Wang is the director of operations. Six courses, servers at the table, talking with the gas clearing the plates that had been eaten on six times a guest seemed like a lot of contacts. Also, Boxall is his patio is pretty far from the kitchen with steps and uneven pavement along the way, and during that long walk food gets cold or doesn't stay cold. So now the raw yellow fin tuna comes with the tomato dashi water on the side in a bottle on ice. Don't know what tomato Darcy Water is No worries. I had to ask to assault tomatoes down. Let the water drain out. And then you infuse it with kombu and Benito. So guess, pour the tomato water onto the fish. And it kind of keeps the dish cool while they eat it properly Chilled tomato water isn't Wangs on Ly challenged. The dining area is in what was a vacant lot behind the restaurant. Long's team cleared out the trash and added twinkly lights and white fencing to glam up the space. Beyond that, it's not very easy to control the elements. You know everything from the heat. Teo pests, mosquitoes around I'll explain. Finally do not go together. Maybe not. But customers don't seem to mind. And for now, outdoor dining is helping the business break even It is on a good day. Axel's had to close early that evening. A peak night Friday at a peak hour, eight PM Because even after you control the food and the space and the bugs, one thing you can't control is rain. I'm Christian Schwab for marketing.
Desperately Seeking Garifuna
"Roof. How are you? I'm very well. How are you good? I went to the river cafe. I don't know fifteen twenty years ago and it took quite a while to there on the tube from downtown London but it was a marvellous location and a marvelous dinner. But you started really as a a sandwich place. I guess a commissary in your introduction to your new Book Thirty Years River Cafe. The quote is the River Cafe and his clientele are seriously diminishing the tone of area. What do you want to just explain what that meant? When we started the river cafe really it was a site of what used to be An oil refinery in London on the river with votes outside and at my husband who's architect was we were lived in Paris for five years when he was doing the Pompidou Centre. When we came back to London. We wanted to find a place that could be a community so that he could set up his architectural practice again. In place through there was a mix so it was a outside space as I said. We were on the river. They converted these warehouses into rather beautiful studios and offices are picture frames model makers dress designers and always. We always wanted to have a place where people could eat and I was working as a graphic designer. And Ed Always Cook but when the applications came in we thought you know what why are worse than not having a restaurant would be not to have a very good one and I just said I think I'll do it and I'll do with rose gray. Who's an old friend and had also come back from New York? I'm wanting to do something. So the two of US came and looked at the the site and it was tiny. It was enough. Maybe a bar tiny little kitchen and six tables. But the real restriction was that we're only allowed to be open for lunchtime because the neighbors who actually had oil warehouses here up in arms about the idea of a small restaurant so the planners that said we could be open Monday to Friday. We could only be open for lunch and only open to the people who worked and these warehouses. So that's where the sandwich bar. That's where the inexpensive very tiny little place started. But I think Rosen. I always had the ambition to be an Italian restaurant to be a proper restaurant. We just had to do it gradually. Here's a question. Sometimes you just leave something allowed like in your book very often. You don't add a lot of strong. Flavors is something that has a wonderful flavor to begin with you have a Dover Sole Rescue Capers in Marjoram Dover sole is often serve which brown butter and butter something very simple olive oil but capers in March. Very strong flavors is that how do you know as a cook when you? WanNa add strong flavors to something and other times? You don't is that something just whimsical. Or I think it depends. Well first of all depends on your mood. Sometimes I come into the river cafe because you know we changed the menu twice a day and if I have Dover sell on the menu I bite think well what am I going to put with the Dover so I might just put lentils with it today and therefore might like something interesting on the top like capers. I think as a cook the first thing I think about when I write the menu is what what do I feel like eating today. What would I want to eat? And that's one of the joys of working in the river cafe or I think I hope coming here so I think as you know the same thing we say. If you're cooking at home what what do you feel like eating and also not go shopping with a recipe in your head but go to the market. Go to the supermarket go to shop. See what's there and then you know the home and cook you know. A lot of chefs. Do a lot of different things. Jose entrees has twenty three restaurants Jeremiah Tower obviously you know moved around started things enclosed things. You've been doing this thirty years or so. Alice waters has been doing her GIG for forty years. Do you have a feeling about people like yourself who stick with it who start something and just keep getting better at it forces people who move around. Did you think one is better than the other widely? You love for thirty years doing this one thing. It obviously still excites you. By the way you're you're talking about your restaurant that's a good question. I think that it depends for me. It's about ambition and control. You know so I really. I've been asked to other restaurants. I've looked at other sites. We came very close to doing another restaurant. A couple of years ago and Mayfair and I'm always thinking about how to grow how to how to be better and sometimes I think that for me. It's about being better where we are. It's about everyday come in with a set of problems or or thinking about what to cook how to make the restaurant. Beautiful and how to make the waiters more knowledgeable in how to work with the chefs. Who want to learn more about ingredients in how to make our pastry kitchen know. There's so many so many things to do in the restaurant here that would it be possible to do it and have more. Some people really can do it for me. It would be really just so important to know that I if I did another restaurant that it would be as good as this one and this one. Wouldn't you know get less good because I was distracted by another one so I never thought of it as sticking with it because for me I have the best job in the world and I come in and I work with brilliant people and it's exciting