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Suspicious Letter Sent to White House
"Investigating a suspicious letter that was addressed to the president, a government official tells ABC News. A suspicious envelope sent to the White House and addressed to President Trump was intercepted in the past week. A spokesperson for the F B I Washington Field office, saying in a statement that the FBI along with the U. S, Secret Service, and U S postal inspection, Vous are investigating the tainted envelope received at a U. S government mail facility and also adding at this time there is no known threat to public safety. Typically, all mail is screened before going to the White House. Michelle Franzen, ABC News The
Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends
"Angelica Lindsey. Ali. My name is Sukhothai. My name is Ben to file. Hardest for all of us was on that was that was a killer think yes. Definitely a killer to not be able to be such a community months as a whole month. And for most of it for all amid were at home was how very first one ever. My entire life remembering having big told that we can't go to the mustard. A typical is version without covet. It's The Best Day of the year. Is Really Fun. So what we do is we wake up in the morning we put our best clothes on put our best perfumes and put a best jewelry. And then we go to the market for for prayers we played shoulder to shoulder some of us stay until midnight I'm the last ten days especially because those are more even more specialties the last than days a lot of people I, truly stay at the much. And then after prayers then we you know we congratulate each other go and visit family and friends. There is always a lot of food. There's a lot of festivities and my family I'm usually the one who cooks for all of our family and friends. I think all of us everything shut down in March. We knew Ramadan was coming in late May tune. I think all of us started to pray hard that this was not going to last until them. Praying shoulder to shoulder is a huge deal for us. It's almost like a transfer of a spiritual energy as we pray together and you you have to stay succeed apart because of covid obviously, I must sheets have been closed. So we had a live streaming of the actual prayer. I might be you know out of turn saying this but I, really think it was the women in Lima Sloan Community who really made the most of it because I think we're used to having to be adaptable to change and I. I really liked the way that there were so many outlets like there were so many classes I've found opportunity as many other women did to sort of take center stage. And so I actually had a class with over two hundred one from fifteen different countries every Saturday during the month of McGaw and that gave me an opportunity at least once a week to connect with women to talk about Ramadan go over spiritual principles and really gained much as we could from the month. So that was really beautiful. There were daily drive-thru if tires that women like put together so that if people need it food that they could drive through or walk through or deliver. So yeah I, think it's a time of. Trauma we're all in a collective state of trauma, but it's also a time of immense spirit of opportunity. So Rahman to actually very fulfilling. It got us to be we missed that community but on the other hand I, think all of us were just surprised that the advantages the positives. For instance, I would often either take all of my kids would break at the mustard or break at home and then pray at the mosque together but schooldays, right I wouldn't be able to do that I would often leave the behind This one though we came up with very. Creative ways of involving the kids. So the whole thirty days of the fast, we were able to private the break with our kids play with them, and then we were able to show them what we do in the mustard here at home we we taught my my son to lead some of the prayers which was I think very. Very in new and interesting for him very you know they're empowering for him so. That was a big positive I will go so far to say this year. Ramadan Ede were a lot more meaningful than they have been in the past because we have to be very intentional about who we chose to spend our time with. we were very mindful about wearing things that we could make ourselves or that we already had because a lot of the shops or close We spent a lot of time cheer rating, the experiences that we wanted to have for our children and with people who were within our bubble. So I'll though the fanfare of holiday was missing I really feel like this was one of the best holiday seasons ever because it stripped off all of the slush and really focus on what the essence of the holidays truly are so that that made unexpected. Beautiful.
Trader Joe's Fall Products to (Pumpkin) Spice Up Your Shopping List
"Welcome to another of our short shopping list episodes. I'm Tara Miller director of words and phrases and clauses, and I'm Matt Sloan, the marketing product guy now just about everyone in every type of business has had to make adjustments during this pandemic but we're proud the trader Joe's has maintained a commitment to developing new products to giving you that sense of discovery on every visit. So, let the discoveries begin. All right hold on I'm just organizing. I don't even know where to start there. So many new products. What's purple on the outside creamy white on the inside and makes a Great Ship Donny Osmond socks no. Almost Masaaki sweet potatoes. They're not the normal sweet potato. They're not the bright orange sweet potato, their paler in color and flavor. Wise. I'm going to say that they're kind of like a roasted chestnut in obnoxious kind of way. But in a nice way like insists nutty sweetness these are great chips but wait met we sell. Masaaki. Potatoes in our protection when we can get them. These are delicious sweet potatoes people love them. They're great for you. You meant the sweet potatoes themselves. You mean in chip form that these should be considered some kind of health. Okay. These are potato chips, full disclosure, right So they come with all the caveats that regular chips do sweet potatoes themselves really good for you. I will stand by them. Those are probably in the store. Already I think those are coming in at the beginning of September or something like that, and they are limited because there's a limited number of these potatoes that can be made into chips. People associate trader Joe's with Pumpkins stuff in the fall. How about Pumpkin Spice Pretzel Slim's I mean this is a candy. Yes Pretzel but it's a pretzel that is swimming in really nice white chocolate with crushed pumpkin spiced pumpkin seeds and I think we're trying to figure out another way to Pumpkin on their one more time. These are just great. So if you like the peppermint. Pretzel Slim's. I think you'd be a fan of these to these are really tasty sweet with just a little salty. So you just WANNA keep coming back for more. Another thing. That is sweet. But I think not too sweet are the pumpkin spice batons that are coming in and those are kind of a very close relative to the cocoa batons that we have every day and the vanilla batons we have the villa batons. Do, and we've had coffee batons we lemon for awhile it's a wafer cookie with pumpkin spice filling inside I mean it's kind of simple and straightforward, but it's a you know kind of thing you could have with a cup of coffee or even some ice cream though should be in stores by the time. This podcast lands and folks should be able to grab those right away. They're just delicious when we're thinking about. What else to include as a Pumpkin version we often look to really popular products Brioche we sell an inordinate amount of that classic agee, Sweet french-style Bread. We have a Pumpkin Brioche coming I'm excited for this. I think French toast will never be the same. That was also super limited by the right like it's it's in and we'll have it for a little while, but it's not something that's going to be around for. You know months and months and months. That's our hope for infant works or it'll be a great. Saint. Patrick's Day breakfast and by that time it'll be green. So perfect. One of the things that was a big sort of revelation to me this year even though it's not something we invented it's not something we were the first to think of is the spicy pumpkin curry simmer sauce that's coming in. It's kind of inspired more by a Thai curry than Indian curry but it has all of those really classic curry flavors. With the addition of actual Pumpkin and it's like thick and it's creamy and it's got a really good kick to it. I'M GONNA. Say This is good. Right out of the jar actually with Yeah Yeah I can't wait to hear about how people put this to use. We are working on a recipe right now internally for a Vegetarian Spicy Pumpkin Curry potpie that we're hoping to have on our website and in the fearless flyer in late. September. Also, I think slated to be featured in an upcoming flyer many spicy Pumkin Samosas the. Sabih in the frozen section, this is not a Pumpkin pie situation at all. This is an appetizer wonderful bridge creamy spiced pumpkin filling. This does sort of flavor. Wise. Go more toward the Indian style curry Classic Somoza Spices are used this. These are delicious. They're really good with a number of different kinds of sauces has been a we've tried them with a Chutney but also with our sweet chili sauce, which takes its inspiration from Thai cuisine and the hot and sweet pepper Jelly these tastes really good dipped in any of those. I'm still focused and obsessed with Pumpkin Pumpkin Nada. Now, this is a Pumpkin pie situation. So think of a small Mexican inspired hand pie with delicious spiced kind of a classic spice, Pumpkin Pie Spice filling. So. Good. So not like spicy spice but like sweet savory spice, the spices more like our spiced apple cider or a traditional Pumpkin pie spice sat up I mean this would be great for breakfast I. Think because I like to have pie for breakfast you know pine a cup of coffee is a great way to start the day, and this is like a little pie. So it's like I'm just having a little Lil Pie wilpon. That's your new nickname. Okay.
Serena Williams upset by Victoria Azarenka at US Open
"So. Niamey's soccer took place in the final and that point. ENACT COVERAGE ON BBC radio we switched from our digital station sports, extra five, which is the network station and. We went big on Serena. Williams against Victoria as a Aranka. Which I have to say I started to think well, it can't possibly live up to what we've just seen in you just Kant. And the first point of the match. Serena. Williams on leashes a four hundred. The almost didn't. It couldn't be tracked by the the camera because it went so fast and it just went out but it felt like such a statement immediately, the I am going to just destroy every tennis bullet comes near me. And I felt like that my of slight rattled as a Aranka just the the shift force integration that was that was hit with. An immediately to breaks of serve to. Serena. Four games to love she led. Won The set six one. and. I don't know about you. But my name was it feels like we've just got an a time machine and back ten twelve years to when Williams was in twenty. It's the way she was running the movement. She was all she was moving right now soccer she's nearly thirty nine and she's hitting the living daylights out of the ball an and it really wobbled as Anka who started just Tara what did you think? Katherine Oh. Yeah it was blistering utterly blistering and I think it was a a mock of the respect that Serena Williams has. Victoria as rancor because her starts Serena have been Radi. Ready. Sluggish. And she's played some really good plays and she says improper tests but I think she needs she simply could not get away with that today. I think a mindset shifted completely. Am I don't know how I don't I genuinely don't know how you can just sort of decide i. I can't get away with doing that today. So I won't. Thing why you why couldn't you trick yourself over into thinking that every day but overseas? Just doesn't psychology doesn't work like that but. She. Yeah. She couldn't afford to give Victoria as. That lead and take her time to work her way into the match as she has been doing. and so she went to completely the other end of the spectrum and made. Pretty much as blistering start tennis match as I have seen as I've seen Serena making in recent memory, it was. It made my eyes Bogle out of my head. At moments. Really did it was like she? Convinced herself that Seraing was Sharapova. I mean how many times we've seen Serena come out with that intensity and that that or against Charipova and just make mincemeat of her certainly within the first set, and that's what she did to as their income in the first set she was. Unbelievably good as you said, crunching the ball moving fantastically and not allowing as incur any chance to set or what. So ever because she was serving well. So kind of dominating the points on her serve and then she was returning as in cassette could serve so strongly and. This was the Serena that I've kept expecting to see this tournament but i. I was beginning to doubt whether she had that level of tennis in her to be honest because I thought I thought we might see Sloan. Stevens I, thought we might see it against Zachary thought we might see against Perron Covi-, kept expecting. To raise her level in this tournament and. She was saving it for today it seemed and as you said I, don't know how you can turn that tap on and off and have control. Today I just. Will be extra. Mom is lengthy. It was like the very revealing candid. Enlightening. pre-match interview with Victoria as Aranka. where she was asked about her poor record against Serena in grand, slams, what do you need to do to get the win tonight? Play better. or or I? will she treated about for match interview with the contempt? It deserves it was. It was great.
'It hurts to breathe,' Jacob Blake says in video from hospital bed
"Hearing from Jacob Blake. The Wisconsin man paralyzed after being shot seven times by Kenosha. Police A B C's Kristine Sloan has his emotional plea from his hospital bed, Jacob Blake, delivering an emotional message from his hospital bed on Saturday, every 24 hours This pain is normal Pain hurts to breathe her sleep move from side to side. Please change lives out there. Stick together makes money. Make everything easier for people out here because there's so much time has been wasted, speaking out for the first time since he was paralyzed after being shot seven times by police earlier last month in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The video message posted to Twitter by his attorney also making
Jacob Blake sends message to supporters from hospital
"Hearing from Jacob Blake, The Wisconsin man paralyzed after being shot seven times by Kenosha Police. ABC is Kristine Sloan has his emotional plea from his hospital bed, Jacob Blake, delivering an emotional message from his hospital bed on Saturday, every 24 hours. Pain is not the pain. It hurts to breathe her sleep move from side to side. Please tell change lives out there. Stick together Mason money. Make everything easier for people out here because there's so much time has been wasted, speaking out for the first time since he was paralyzed after being shot seven times by police earlier last month in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the video message posted to Twitter by his attorney.
Jacob Blake, Man Shot By Police In Kenosha, Chicago Offers Message Of Encouragement From Hospital Bed
"We're hearing for the man paralyzed after being shot seven times in the back. By Kenosha, Wisconsin police ABC is Kristine Sloan, Jacob Blake, delivering an emotional message from his hospital bed on Saturday. 24 I was paying is not paying her, breathe her sleep move from side to side. Please tell change lives out there. Stick together Mason money. Make everything easier for people out here because there's so much time has been wasted, speaking out for the first time since he was paralyzed after being shot seven times by police earlier last month in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the video message posted to Twitter by his attorney, tens
2020 NHL playoffs - Picks for the conference finals
"National Hockey League action, the conference finals, Air said the New York Islanders shutting out the Philadelphia Pliers for nothing in Game seven tonight, will face the Tampa Bay Lightning in the East final with Game one Monday night. The Vegas Golden Knights meet the Dallas Stars in the West final Beginning tomorrow night. Both Siri's and Stanley Cup final will be played in M.
COVID-19 exposure causes Atlanta football team to quarantine, cancel 2 games
"Testing positive for Corona Virus forces The entire team and coaching staff at the Gwinnett County High School in a quarantine for the next two weeks, 60 student athletes will learn digitally and their coaches will work from home. District spokeswoman Sloan Roach tells Channel two action news. Contact Tracing was a key factor factor with with that that information. information. The The schools schools Health Health Response Response team team kicked kicked in in its its process process of of identifying identifying who who might might have have been been close close contact. contact. The The possible possible exposure exposure to to Corona virus also prompted Burke bar to cancel its first to football games of the season. Top local news
Trump suggests Wisconsin protest murder suspect acted in self defense
"Recent protests that turned violent a 17 year old shot and killed two protesters. Cow Rittenhouse is lawyer says he shot in self defense when protesters were chasing after him. President Trump on Monday agreed with that defense refusing to condemn Rittenhouse President Trump is defending Kyle Riton House the teenager accused of fatally shooting two demonstrators in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last week. The president at the White House Monday, So the same tape is I saw And, uh, he was trying to get away from them. I guess it looks like and he fell, and then they very violently attacked him. The president not just not condemning Riton House, a supporter of his, but portraying him as a victim. I guess he was in very big trouble he would have been, he probably would have been killed. Rittenhouse has been charged with intentional murder. Karen
Reds Take Advantage Of Wild Kimbrel, Beat Chicago Cubs To Split Doubleheader
"Cubs split a doubleheader today. base coach. Dan Bellino. So it got ugly there and Crazy. What a wild wild day with the Cubs and reds splitting this double header. But, man, this rivalry is definitely on Let's take a
"sloan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"513749 7000. Clifton. Mike your necks with Scott Sloan. Hi. I've got the problems. We're looking at another empty billboard here. You're going into sacred ground, possible burial ground. You're stirring up people that died and didn't want to die in. I'm telling the bad recipe and it's just like what happened, Baby Bill for you're going to go the whole poltergeist thing. Oh, yeah. This is a business of view. You know what the fight you know what Buyer beware, though, because you know it's not. It's common knowledge that okay, we're going toe. This is where people died. If you're one that believes in that there's that spiritually connection there, And I guess the thing would behave. You know, You know what it is. You're going to buy it anyway. That's on you. That's what the left state we were told that the lutz family last after 29 Day story. Maybe it's not for me and you, Mike, but somebody may move in there and go. Hey, I don't believe in that stuff. Well, you know, man, you're you're you're going to find out. You know, there's something to be said about disrupting the souls of the spirits of the dead. All right. Would you want to put your kids to bed in a room that was right near the cabin, and I don't know I not me personally be like, I don't. I'm not bi. I don't believe in that kind of stuff. I mean, I believe there's an afterlife and there's a spiritual connection. I'm not sure like people are going to haunt me, though. I don't know. Would you move into a house for 64 shot killed? I don't know. It depends on the price and location. Well, I think your wife would talk to you guys. We have to agree. It might be really uncomfortable to be in their night in one of the rooms where you knew someone was shot. I'll tell you what, though. I know I work with. Yeah, I work with a guy that he doesn't believe this stuff either, But I lived in New Orleans. And there's a lot of that hunt, and he he just I'll save it for some other time. But like literally like closer moving around in his closet and pop cans were flying around the room, like really pulled her guys kind of stuff. So believer now, right? He's a believer. Now. He's a believer now, exactly saying, Mike, Thanks for calling. Got to get going here. Speaking of real estate My wife. So I kind of moved her from 10 30 because we want to be talking about the time Brennaman stuff. I want to devote at least a whole hour for me, and you talked that one out and what happened last night sadly on the Reds broadcast, and it said, for everyone involved, it's offensive and wrong and But the same time you feel for Tom. But anyway, I want to clarify those remarks and not his but mine and I'll give you my take on We'll get yours about 10 06 today but coming up next on the show, and I have you heard about this, but Airbnb, which a lot of people are getting out of doing. The rumor Now is they're going to file an initial public offering. Go public, a publicly traded company, and you think the opposite would be true. What's what's going on with Airbnb ing the Tom A covert. She's next on the show in about four minutes. Scott Sloan Thursday morning. This is 700 WLW..
Turmoil in USPS threatens to disenfranchise voters
"Continues as the U. S Postal Service. Service. Again, Again, threatening threatening to to disenfranchise disenfranchise many many voters voters during during the the upcoming upcoming November November election. election. President President Donald Donald Trump's Trump's newly newly appointed appointed postmaster postmaster Postmaster Postmaster General Lewis to joy, imposing cost cutting measures ahead of a massive surge in mail in voting that is expected because of the Corona virus. With millions of mail in ballots at risk of not being counted. Protesters lining up outside the postmaster general tone Excusing Lewis to Gioia Trump ally and GOP donor of dismantling the Postal Service after putting putting in in place place cost cost cutting cutting measures measures that that critics critics say say will will flow flow mail mail delivery. delivery. The The president president tweeting tweeting the the Democrats Democrats know know the the 2020 2020 election election will will be be a a fraudulent fraudulent mess. mess. Threatening to block funding for the post office unless Democrats meet his demands on Corona virus Relieve. ABC
Ohio State parents push back on Big Ten’s decision to postpone season
"Parents of Ohio State football players calling on the commissioner of the Big 10 to reinstate a 10 game schedule. That had been unveiled before it was ultimately shelved until next spring. Those parents want football this fall, they posted a letter to commissioner Kevin Warren on Social Media, saying they believe But Ohio State is providing a safe environment for their sons to prepare for the football season. The Ohio Department of Health says using a face shield does not satisfy the requirements of the state's mask order in the schools. The state's order for K through 12 schools makes kids wear masks with certain
Novak Djokovic Doing Double Duty At The Western & Southern Open
"A person to Cincinnati, But he is going to play in the Western and southern since he tennis open number one tennis player in the world Novak Djokovic committing on Twitter today to play in both the Western and Southern Open in the US Open later this month. Serena
Novak Djokovic Doing Double Duty At The Western & Southern Open
"You won't becoming in person to the tri state this year, but the world's number one tennis player says he will play in the since he open trade from Nowak. Joke of it says will play in both the Western and Southern Open and the U. S. Open this year, local tournaments been moved to New York. Because of the
Short-Term SEO vs Long-Term SEO (Which One is Better)
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel today we're GonNa talk about short term Seo versus long-term Seo and which one is better. So a lot of people like going out there and be like I'm GONNA buy tunnel links or UNDIS- GONNA go blitz a ton of content. There's raise short-term SEO to acquire a ton of sites in just through on redirected or by expired domain names have links. Some of it is grace. is black vitz light. But in general if you're short term versus long term, you're thinking about, what could you do right now to get results right away seo inherently is a slow steady gained gang. Sloan. Said, he does win the race if you do attendance. Stop. Gould, isn't just Update the algorithm in you to the top, they slowly increase your rankings overtime, and for that reason, if you try to do anything that shortsighted in short term, it's usually not gonNa give you are Y in searching hurt you the only time Reich seen short-term really help is you're a big company already with authority already have a lot going on but you have some issues like on page Seo when you fix those things yes. You'll get a impacting the short run but I also look at those long-term tactics because it you don't do. GonNa hurt you in the long run as well. Yeah. So I think a lot of it's beyond just marketing is a mindset thing. 'cause I think early in my career, I was trying all the short-term things because I want results very quickly I wanted to prove myself and I would try all the things would try spun articles, I would use. What is called? There's other tools se new can all these weird tools like all of a sudden like have twenty new articles that there's like jumbled texts that has just like it felt wrong. So usually when it feels wrong, it is wrong. I tried all these other things link wheels just weird stuff where I would get traffic very quickly but the the site would be slot very fast by google at the traffic would disappear. And so when you think about from a business perspective, you look at Amazon, you know people are like Oh, my God, they don't drive any profits, not a real business and years and years and years analysts were like this is not a real business. It's going to go bust you at them. Now, billions and billions of dollars, all these other revenue streams, all these other business lines is because the reinvesting because he kept thinking about. The long term thinking about short term kind of quarterly results from the stock market you should apply that mindset how you do marketing because now you're not gonNA think about I'm trying to get results in the next month sixty days or so in the next ninety days, I'm trying to build for the next ten years the next twenty years and when you're able to do that, you think about, okay I'm not gonNA try to spin. Articles anymore, I'm going to be like Brian. Deane. I really long-form great content and have a lot of data and it's going to be the best fees out there. I'm going to promote the hell out of it and I'm just to treat my audience right I'm gonNA respond to them as from there under the bill even more than just the Seo audience that I have I'm GonNa live on channel because at that point you're building. A brand is an asset. It's hard to a brand on a shaky foundation where actually if you're trying to do things really quickly, you're not really going to have much of a foundation at all. We see that happen time and again just over and over. Just does not work out like you have to go long run SEO is a long-term gain anyone. He goes with the short-term game usually distance of losing money and what will find his eric and I were in the same boat where we start off, we'd be like this tool it can like Dr more clicks to your listing, and that'll indirect restart. We've seen rankings overtime while like. Shit doesn't work. It's not long term wasting all this time ever on short-term tactics. If you spent that time and energy on long run, you'd be much further along I think those of you that are listening right now that are trying in the midst of starting out the on you want to try to things we're not going to be able to stop you. You're I think you're going to try them no matter what and I. You've got to eat some dirt and then you're going to be like, okay, I. Get it. Sometimes, you just have to experience it for yourself. That's fine and those of you that are like, yeah, you know you've dotted your get what you're saying. Here's example of something new I. Don't know if you saw this but there's this new it's called GP three. Have you heard about it yet on? So it's basically it's ai that will take one sentence and it will make into full article for you. So check this out I'm gonNA share the link with you afterwards. But this one article I was reading this entire article about what GP three was and the entire articles written by the machine. I. Couldn't even tell, and so afterwards, it's like the implications for that are when it comes to like a reporting standpoint or when you talk. About scores or news things like that, you can easily pump a ton of content the difference now I'm excited about this but the difference now is this is a long term play 'cause. I actually can understand it and I actually got value from it versus the short term play before were a lot of these tools were just kind of switching words around or it was switching more around where sometimes incentives is that even make sense and. That's different right at that point of trying to get it it's a hustle. But when you think about talking about machine learning talk about Ai, that's a longer term play because you're actually still adding value while saving human beings time. So at that point, it becomes a different story. So it's also important to know understand nuance
Stocks rebound on Wall Street as S&P 500 nears record again
"On Wall Street stocks of rebounding after falling yesterday, the NASDAQ exchange already up 111 points. The Dow is ahead 150
"sloan" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"In my life in my life, my goal was to never live here. And I knew for work I was going to have to be here. Because I come to New York once I started doing standup fulltime and put a sixteen hours coming here all the time shooting stuff Between Two thousand sixteen twenty eighteen dislike eight episodes the comedy. Knock out, so I was coming here all the time for work, and you know shooting other projects doing other things so I knew I was going to have to come here to work I. Just never know that My. Paying rent here. That's what I never in just like you know in the back of your mind, and just like I know I'm going to end up living here. I knew I already knew it I already knew it this. Just how work goes yeah. And so basically it was just how. My brain processes it. Where it's like I, never wanted to move here, but I had to move here because of a good job So I'm my mind. It's I was forced to move here. Because of success and I. You know I got an email from somebody and it was just like. Oh. You don't like New York. Like you came here for success. How dare you talk about the city and I usually don't respond, but I was just in Corona, brain and I. Just emailed her back I. don't care. I don't care. Again it just goes back to people just Cape Them for the city so hard, but it's just like. Yeah just. because. It's a good opportunity to be there. Like one of my friends who grows up here is always talking shit about La I'm just like I'm sorry. Don't like sunshine and beaches. What are you saying? You sound stupid? It sounds stupid. Odd, but like people are faking. Oh, because people here are better what he stop it. Stop it! You just want to hate because people love to hate La. This is the thing about people from La. They don't care yeah new. York is always. It's very interesting to me because people like L., a. and people like so. An. I always thought it was interesting, but yet lying came about where just like. That's just my brain's way of processing. Thousand is a funny thing via like you're forced into a situation because something good happen to you. Let's not being forced into situations happens. Usually good things don't happen when you're forced into something So that's the other thing I just thought it was a funny juxtaposition of words. 'cause it always jolts the audience like ours force him. Oh, no, because of success. Wait what what? She hold on high because I can see the audience go. Those things don't match. At all, and that's my favorite way to put things together. I imagined so so good at like at the beginning, earning confidence of people who it's like I'm successful. I immediately am in control of this. It's like a good introduction to make sure the audience listening. Yeah because I. had a comic saving me one time like I was doing a show in Atlanta in the crowd was so rowdy so drunk so loud. and. I started speaking because what most comics do is when crowds around, you'd like that. They try to yell over the audience speak, louder. But that makes the audience speak louder so now we're in a competition fifteen. The basically, just almost yelling, his whole set a fun thing to watch because he got off stage exhausted. But one thing. I started doing that. I didn't even notice I was doing and I. Think Because I've done theater for so long. Is I understood the power of volume? When it comes to attentiveness. So we had a really rowdy crowd in as opposed to. Yelling over them I started speaking more quietly. And I didn't notice it and I got off stage in another comp like. When you drop your volume. They stopped talking. As it, yeah, because I was A. Year. What do you mean these? Comics yell over the crowd. You dropped your volume down so since you dropped your volume down. They started paying attention. and. I didn't realize that I did it. In the next time it happened, and I did it. I was like. This is what he was saying because I'd been performing for so long theater instincts kind of kicked in. Because like a lot of times you do children's shows. When the kid starts to get real rowdy, you bring your volume down. Because if you can hear someone at a regular volume, you can just talk over them because you're not paying attention, but when someone brings the volume down. When someone's whispering to you, they're trying to tell you something important. So, you're natural. Instinct is to go wait. They dropped their, would they? Would they say week or they? Would they say what they say? So you're natural, instinct is to pay attention when someone drops volume. So that's one of the things that I kind of. Have just figured out. Just performing in having that kind of background, where it's like no matter where I've been all over the country all over the world as you have a rowdy crowd. As an adult yelling at a group of adults people, some people resent that. So you can't come in with the wagging of the fingering, you guys I got a two drink minimum. I spent too much to be here. You're not gonNA yell at me. So. It's kind of giving the audience a decision. But it's like either. You can lower your voice. Or you can hear what I'm saying. But I'm not going to yell at you all adults in here. Dealing with an audience comic, dealing with an audience as a theater performance different because there's a fourth wall. So, I've had the audience watch me. And perform, and then I've had it when directed with them, so it gives you a different perspective. But it's interesting that you you. You essentially have figured out. I mean it's like I'll say that that sort of pacing and your use of volume modulated. It's like I think of the definitive dossier Sloan. Technique or like when I think of your comedy I think of that, and it seems like you're to figure out a way to sort of recreate. A dynamic, that makes sense for how the audience should behave. Your like your job is to listen to me. That's how I know. Auditors should behave. Let me make sure I. Could and your instincts wise? Forget a way to sort of recreate that. By talking quieter talking slower pausing if it if it means, they need to catch up. It's Is it, does it. Do. Feel like ultimately because you do that. You were able to sort of recreate. A similar sort of relationship to the audience where they they do listen to you in a way that you feel like they should. Yeah, because sometimes you have crowds that are just not gonNA. Some crowds just aren't gonNA. Listen. Yeah, and it's..
"sloan" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"More black white collar criminals on television. We'd need I've talked about your I wanna see a head coach taken down, I wanNA. See insider trading okay I. Don't want to see a pyramid scheme I wanNA, see pine these game. I WANNA see million stolen. Yes, that's what I want for America. More Black, white collar crime. Great Great Soundbites. I mean that's not helpful. At all. I get I get it. Get it. 'cause like with sports and stuff. It's like when white athlete does something. It's an intellectual move. A black athlete does something. It's a physical move, but they're both playing the same sport. Right during the same field during the same court saw its little stuff like that, so it's like yes, I think I believe in US enough I believe in US enough to start a Ponzi scheme. If if there's take away at all from this podcast, is that you personally? It should start a Ponzi scheme. I will happily joy. I don't have a whole lot of time left, but. There are a few items that you sent over a complain about that. I want to give you the to To Bitchy Bank for before we go one of which is jeff visas becoming a trillionaire which is ridiculous? Trillions, not a real number know wine. Even billion like people don't understand the difference between million and billionaires like insane significant, but my question is. Where is all that money at right? What Bank, where could we find it? That's not it was Fargo. Yeah, like you see honestly opening up, is wells fargo APP and seeing a trillion dollar like what number is actually appearing in these bank accounts. Where is this money? How many counts you have to have! The FDIC ensures one hundred thousand dollars. What. We've all seen. We do a run on the bank. How many banks do you have your money? Got Every single one, even if you. Where do you keep a trillion fucking like what is got half? What five hundred million probably under the bed? Okay, cool, right right, but it's like. Where do you put? Where does that money live? That's all I wanNA know. Where does that money live? Yeah, now, fully agree I. Don't understand why like if I. IF I had that much like you know, how much are being front of the cameras? Saying how much does giving away every single day? Especially now I, think I just be in front of the cameras. Being young boy got a trillion dollars. Twenty. Ignorant because you can't be read much money you can't be. We probably could bitch about him. What s they next when I say next, you said this does her, but oatmeal. Cookies are trash. They're made from cardboard. They're discussed her. You're having the wrong open. Have you never really good oatmeal cookie? Thing still made out of OATMEAL. True like I won't I won't argue with that oat milk is a scam. OAT Milk I. Don't I've had it. It's my favorite of the not real milkshakes, but it's still it's still weird. It's reared in. My homeboy was telling me that sometimes it gets a weird texture. Chunky, it's it shouldn't be just strain it. I've heard about oat milk. I'm like literally just run this through a sieve before you put this in the box. Why are you messing with people? I also don't like it because it's A. Raisins I like raisins. Fun fact raisins are the only food that Garfield will not eat. Very! Very silly. Although cookies is like I can say I've had really good ones and I've had really bad ones. I can't say for the most part I've never had like a really dry oatmeal cookie because I've been very dry chocolate chip cookies. Yeah, yeah, for the most part oatmeal cookies. Aren't that dry, but at the same time it's like the thing is I like port and I? My favorite thing is the put it in my yogurt. But yeah, the textures because like these little disks. AM. Brown. Say! What else I forgot was being lied to about Brussel sprouts. Ace! That is true. Yeah, just little cabbages! There is a concerted propaganda campaign against Brussels sprouts all cartoons. All shows shows in the nineties on commercials. Egypt. Brussel sprouts as a kid. I was like the fuck is. I've never saw them in a store. I never knew what they were I. Guess People just like boiling them right. I don't know I. Mean even when you cook. Brussels sprouts smell like literal asshole when you're cooking them like when you roasts Brussel sprouts your. Buying mine never smell like that. I can tell you. They taste great, but they're not. They smell gas. I don't know I guess they just might cabbage to me. The smell of cabbages never bothered me because I love cabbage, but I also cook mine with Pan Chetta in onions. Onions but that in the pan in then to finish it off, I'd take a tablespoon of honey and a mix it with like two tablespoons of water. Finish it off with that in the Pan and put a lien on it. Why. Now I know I'll try it. Yeah, OH, yeah! I knew fresh garlic to let up up up up and I do red pepper flakes. Stand around. Put a lid on the get a little soft. You look up a little bit then. The honey glazed cost at around a bit lit chill. It Awesome Kiss. That is the one thing about roasting vegetables is. It's like I'm not gonNA. Wait a fucking our for these things to cook everything. The oven takes too long unless making cookies are chicken oven is a baking like it's like I've never roasted vegetables. I just cook them in a pan it because in a pan. Some like I'm trying to eat today Sam Sam, but on that know where can people find you and your work? I'm all over the INTERWEBS. at Dole.
"sloan" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"My guest complainer today is comedian and actor. Sloan. You've seen her as a correspondent on the daily show, and now you can hear her on her podcast that black ash show we'll talk about all of that and more welcome. Normally, we start by asking. What is one thing you hate, but everybody else loves I. Think it is a well known fact, that I am not the biggest fan of the city known as New York okay. We'll go right there if you don't own property in this city. Leave me alone like I get it. It's people like the city that never sleeps. I've lived here for almost three years. This goes asleep so. There's many times I've been out just like. Yeah, it's a regular city. People go to bed. Things close. Everything's not twenty four hours lead so that is one fun myth dating here here's trash. What else is constantly trying to kill you? There's too much noise. You can't see the stars. Because of life, Lucien cause of air pollution. In everyone's just kind of like disconnected, which has been interesting because like since the quarantine started like when you go to the store. I guess we're so isolated that people are starting to like. Talk to people like I've been storm. People like hide me and I was like what is this? Why are you? When did this start just random strangers just talking to you as a stranger or because they know you, 'cause have a mask on and sunglasses. They don't know who I am. A stroke. Yeah, and governor head wrap of sunglasses and I have on a face mask. Some lady message me on Instagram one day, and she was like my mother my daughter sister. Aunt Emma my mother. Will all nurses like okay? This is the fun Andro and she was like sometimes. People don't realize that like since the you can get sick, even if your mouth. Mouth and your nose or covered? Your eyes can be an entry point. Sometimes, it gets sick, so that's why we're. These giants look run with these giant sunglasses, a face mask on, and then then I have on a head wrap, so you can identify me, but weren't so often. The guys at the Bodega on the coroner who I am me when I'm suited up. So yeah, asked like people started to talk to each other again because we're all just in quarantine, so just like human. I'M GONNA? Talk to this human, just because there's another person. I can't tell if people have just got an like like. The focus has now been on corona virus long enough now that people have like forgotten about how horrible it is I know right or like I'm very southern so one. If you look me in my face for an extended period of time in, don't speak I'm GonNa have an issue with that.
"sloan" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Out to have a good time. I'm honestly being so attacked right now by it is the calls coming from inside the house? Oh, man that that one that one hurt. Next. Also flocked that my brain is like Oh. You know this one task that you can probably get done in like five minutes well. What if you put that off for literally ever. The idea of undertaking anything is too overwhelming. How about that I? Love making to do lists and then putting like something really really simple on it to make me feel better about crossing it off. And then just going on Instagram, for two hours. Oh God. I didn't even put anything about instagram. I should just I should just put the things that I procrastinate with on the to do list there I have to check it off. One thing that there appear has has been good for I. Guess is that we talk a lot about. What what Mindy Calls Anticipatory Anxiety Ooh love that category, which is like. Yeah, I'm definitely one of those people were like the. I very quickly below everything up. I, definitely like when I think about a thing like we talked a lot about this before I really started going to the gym and the idea was like I. Just was like I'm going to go to the gym once and then like I'm going to have to keep going. And then it's like what this is just like a habit. It's just like a thing that I do forever. Like the idea it's. It's not i. can't just like boil things down to the first step I blow it up into like Oh. This is going to be this giant thing that I'm going to have to do right. So I've gotten better at simplisafe, buying things down to like okay. Let's not think about the entirety of a of a problem like think about the first step you can take literally like okay today. We're just GONNA, go and explore like set foot in the gym for five minutes and look around and anyway, so that was helpful for me, but it's still. fucked that that was that was the thought process. Those like all right. I'm going at first date with someone I guess I'll blow this up and thinking of it can be the whether they're going to be the best partner for the rest of my life. Also on that topic absolutely fucked that exercise and physical activity actually works. It's so rude. It is so rude. It's just like you know I. Don't WanNa do it, and it's not like just doing it once makes you feel better all the time. It's like no doing it regularly makes you like stay afloat. You like how about you just learn how to not be garbage when I'm completely standing still or better yet lying down. Why do you need me to jump around and lift things in order to feel good I don't get explained that scientists is because of the brain juice. This has been science with. Also love when my brain is like. Remember that one person who made you feel bad that one time. Let's think about that for a while. Never, let it go. Remember that one negative comment that you on something that you did five years ago. How about we just pinball machine that I've always thought about my anxieties as being just like gifts or shifts depending on how you say it, but instead of like fun, little emotional reactions, it's just like my most traumatizing and shameful moments. And they just go over and over and over again. Oh Yeah We. We need to move those to the garbage file. Mute that thread and finally very bold of my brain to assume that spending money on things we'll help. And Pretty fucked that it doesn't. Frankly I, honestly at capitalist conspiracy. Absolutely I'll say it okay. I'll say it. Call Call Me. Karl Marx Call Call me a friedrich other guy because I'll yeah I'll say it was spending money on. Things is a lie that they tell us. We'll make us feel better, and then it doesn't, and that is. That is absolutely fucked. I will say I did get. My pair of slippers that you call big bird slippers. and. They do make me feel a lot better so sometimes it works and that's it for this week..
"sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"That'll <Speech_Music_Male> be interesting. <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> My final thought <Speech_Female> is this <Speech_Female> some of you have already <Speech_Female> read about? <Speech_Female> This on <Speech_Female> social media and my facebook <Speech_Female> page. <Speech_Female> You can check <Speech_Female> out on our <Speech_Female> sports <Speech_Female> caster owner's son Dot <Speech_Female> com, but <Speech_Female> on facebook and twitter <Speech_Female> I had recently <Speech_Female> told the story <Speech_Female> about the Great <Speech_Female> Jerry Sloan <Speech_Female> I was a <Speech_Female> high school student when <Speech_Male> he <Speech_Female> was coaching. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> Chicago Bulls <Speech_Female> the original bowl <Speech_Female> had <Speech_Female> to went from playing <Speech_Female> to coaching <Speech_Female> I to have <Speech_Female> his number retired <Speech_Female> in the rafters <Speech_Female> at the old Chicago <Speech_Female> Stadium <Speech_Female> and it <Speech_Female> was amazing. Amazing that <Speech_Female> he actually had <Speech_Female> a basketball <Speech_Female> camp <Speech_Female> for girls <Speech_Female> when he was <Speech_Female> the coach of the Chicago <Speech_Female> Bulls I mean. Can you imagine <Speech_Female> that today had <Speech_Female> coaches in the NBA doing <Speech_Female> this? No right <Speech_Female> so I <Speech_Female> was <SpeakerChange> thrilled <Speech_Female> to go to his <Speech_Female> camp, and <Speech_Female> he called me <Speech_Female> out in front of the entire <Speech_Female> camp. He <Speech_Female> had us all in a big circle <Speech_Female> as we talked about <Silence> with Kathy. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> you know yes, he <Speech_Female> he gave me a <Speech_Female> hard time about <Speech_Female> <hes> scoring eighteen <Speech_Female> points a game, but <Speech_Female> could not <Speech_Female> play defense <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> from him I learned <Speech_Female> how to <Speech_Female> play defense, but <Speech_Female> I also learned <Speech_Female> that when <Speech_Female> I would see him twenty <Speech_Female> years later, <Speech_Female> he never forgot <Speech_Female> who I was whether <Speech_Female> it was <Speech_Female> when I was in college <Speech_Female> at Southern Illinois University <Speech_Female> in Carbondale <Speech_Female> or when <Speech_Female> I was covering <Speech_Female> the Chicago Bulls and <Speech_Female> the Utah Jazz <Speech_Female> for NBC <Speech_Female> in Chicago <Speech_Female> he <Speech_Female> always <Speech_Female> remembered me. <Speech_Female> You don't always <Speech_Female> get a second chance <Speech_Female> to make a good first <Speech_Female> impression and Jerry. <Speech_Female> Sloan didn't <Speech_Female> need one <Speech_Female> in coach Sloan's <Speech_Female> obituary. <Speech_Female> They use his favorite <Speech_Female> quote <Speech_Female> from the Great. <Speech_Female> American Sportswriter <Silence> Grantland Rice. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> For when the <Speech_Female> one great score <Speech_Female> comes to <Speech_Female> write against <Speech_Female> your name, <Speech_Female> he writes not <Speech_Female> that <SpeakerChange> you wonder <Speech_Female> lost. <Speech_Female> But how you played <Silence> the game. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> And you played <Speech_Female> it as hard as one <Speech_Female> could to the end <Speech_Female> coach Sloan <Speech_Female> peace. <Silence> Your work is <Music> done. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> I'd like to <Speech_Music_Female> thank coach <Speech_Female> Sloan's daughter <Speech_Female> Kathy Sloan would <Speech_Female> for joining <Speech_Female> us on the show today <Speech_Female> and remember donations <Speech_Female> can be made <Speech_Female> to the Michael <Speech_Female> J.
"sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Think Johnny Kerr was with him, and they went to something market and dad and he had studied antique, so they knew what they were doing. They knew what was why it was worth what they want to some flea market somewhere and he came by somebody's booth and looked at this piece of pottery that was sitting there. It said work would. It and the Guy I wanted like twenty five dollars for it and my dad like I'll give you fifteen so the guys. Take Twenty. So Dad pay twenty dollars, knowing that work would be worth thousands of dollars. My Gosh, there's so many stories like that. And then one of my mom's favorite stories was that she wants some garage sale in salt. Lake City and this lady had a basket of jewelry that it just that it dollar piece about it was just a bunch of junk, which she went through that and found a three quarter diamond solitaire ring and paid a dollar for it. Like it was worth a couple thousand two, but I mean they collected dolls. They collected everything I mean when we lived in Northbrook, people drive by, and our garage was so packed that they thought we were having a garage sale. And they would come up to the the. Diary sitting there and they're like. Hey, when is the garage sale starting like now? This is just my. Overcoming Yeah we had. In fact, that's what my brother and sister and I have to go down. Mcclain's rolled on Saturday to to try to clean out the last barn full of stuff. And he had probably six or seven barn full like not momber huge big barns full of the deficit. They collected over the years. Oh, my gosh overwhelming, but that was their joy that was their release, and they had fun doing it together and you know. That was just did one less one last question. What do you want people to remember? About Your Dad. Not that he was a great coach, not that he was a great player, but then he was a great human being and He was friendly to everybody, and that's what I tell. My kids I if you took anything away from. Pablo's life. I want you to remember the so I remember that no matter if you're talking to a waitress or you're talking to a May, that's cleaning your room, or you're talking to the CEO Company. You treat them all the same. You're friendly with them. You look them in the is good morning, and you treat them all the same. No one is better than anybody else. In this world and You have to remember that that's what I love for people to take away from that I love that. My Dad was a janitor on weekends when I. I was in high school and he would say hello to everybody, no matter who they were what they did, and as I grew up. My mom would say to me. You're just like your father, you say hello to everybody and I think well. Yeah, that's just kind of what we learn, so yeah, it's just the best Kanthi Sloan. Would thank you so much for picking up the phone and joining us and sharing some really really lovely and fun and Refreshing Memories of of Your Dad Jerry Sloan. It means the world to us, and I want to tell people. If you can please. Donations can be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation in honor of Jury Sloan. You can use his name. Kathy Sloan would thank you again and I hope this father's Day. You Smile and have fond memories. I think we will I appreciate it pay. You guys have a great day..
"sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Tissue. You can say anything okay. Yeah, so you know if we were doing our tours and he came in and inspected it. If it wasn't done, you know the right way you say you know. Go back and do it again. You half APP. That carried over to everything that we did in sports in school. You know whatever it was and. I was at home, too, and I so appreciate that now. Who? You know growing up and him being really rough on us because he wasn't home a lot, so he played total bad cop. When my mom, always a good coughing, you learn to take direction and not make excuses and just do it right the first time, so you don't wait times I mean that. Was it in a nutshell with him, so he had that steely look that when he was joking or whether he was a serious. You couldn't always tell the difference and you just it was like. Oh, okay okay, I told the story can't hit the I have a picture sitting on my desk I've had it on there. Forever when I was a freshman or sophomore in high school, and I went to the Jerry Sloan Basketball Camp and Angel Gurdian Jim and he calls you know we're all in a big semicircle, half court and calls everyone together. We're starting. Camping were so an odd that the coach of the Bulls is having a camp for girls. I mean this was awesome. It was amazing and he calls out. Since where is she and I raised my hand, and I'm all cocky and I'm thinking this is awesome. The coach of the Bulls knows me. He Goes Kaczynski. I read that you average eighteen points a game I, said Yeah. He goes, but you can't play liquor defense. As it was like Oh my God I just froze, and he sent me to the wall to wall sets until my legs were shaking until they were shaking so I have a picture from that camp. I posted it on facebook. And all these people started commenting about. They also went to the camp and a friend of mine. Rita what the camp and she says Oh Gosh. I don't know if you saw this comment. Push. She goes. I remember. We were in like a layup line drill, and I'm standing in line looking at Jerry. Sloan and I go. Oh, he's so dreamy. And the girl behind me goes. Do That's my dad? Oh my Yeah, it was about to say the exact same thing now. Army. I. Just can't even imagine. You know now the limelight that that children of NBA players whether year. Lebron's kids are Michael Jordan's kids. Got You know We saw heard a lot from them the last dance in a way. You guys were a little bit lucky that it wasn't the limelight like it is today. Oh totally and. You know that's I. think that's what I loved about the error that we grew up in. You know we grew up in north work on very very tight street I. Mean we're still friends with all of the people that are on our street and it was just regular day today, and I'll give you an example for instance in the summertime. When he was off regular, mailman would make his rows so that he would be stopping at our house over his lunch break and he would call out of quotas basketball. Basketball shoes, and like all the neighbor. Kids my dad..
"sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"From seventy eight to eighty two went to the Utah Jazz retiring in two thousand eleven, he was the original, and I am just so happy and honored to say that his daughter Kathy. Sloan would is joining us here on the podcast. Kathy. Thank you so much for joining us in our condolences. Go out to you and your family I know this can't be easy for you. What's the last week been like for you since Losing Your Dad? well, thanks for having me Peggy I appreciate it, You know it's been on. It's been a difficult week for us, but. To be honest with you, he had you know suffered from these diseases for five plus years and the last year being extremely difficult. For Him his wife Tammy, and and all of us and so I think you know selfishly were. We're glad he's at peace and it's all over you know we. We lost a hockey hall of Famer Stan Makita. Lewy body dementia, and it's It's not a very fair disease. It's very difficult especially on family, isn't it? made it a lot more difficult. especially with the covert virus and US, not being able to go see him. I was actually scheduled to go for visit. I live in Indianapolis and to fly out there in March thirteenth, and this was literally like a week before they. It was a whole country down, and we're not letting anybody including his wife go into the facility where he was. That's been extremely difficult. You know not knowing what his day to day. Life is without anybody and you know. We felt for everybody in there all those people in there that could not you know have their loved ones around them while they're going through. This was absolutely or sheeting. So, we in Chicago remember your. Dad Jury Sloan as a tenacious defender, just a scrappy tenacious basketball player. What do you remember him as? Pretty much that. Yeah. I, mean you know I You know growing up and North Korea. you know we would go to all of the time games and I had no interest in it primarily, because most of the time that that he was playing, the whole arena would stand up and you know that everybody's stood up that he was in a fight with somebody, and it may actually sector I, Don I. You know I was like nine ten. You know all those years and you just didn't want to see. You're getting punched or him punching someone else and everybody's screaming, and so it was, it was Kinda rough until I actually started playing myself. you know starting in high school, so yeah, it was. It was rough watching that. Sure you watch the last dance documentary. If so, what were you takeaways? And especially? What are you remember from the two series against the jazz? Yeah we did watch the whole thing It was very well done I. Thought Sort of painful watching it over again. Yeah, but your dad. You had the line of of the episode asking Oh. Was that with the score? Ever. If people that don't know him and his weird humor really thought that he looks like a done tonight I'm like no, you don't understand his humor. That's totally him and Yeah, so that was Kinda cool, but yeah, watching it over the second time was justice, painful and yeah I really didn't WanNa. See it again. So your your boys watched it right..
"sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Combinations in Sports Jason, who's your favorite, my favorite. Peyton. Manning and Archie Manning Archie Manning is just so excessive and such a a nice man to be able to talk to about his kids. What about who do you like? I'm GONNA say right now I'd probably have to go with Lebron and Barani because really yeah, so ESPN released twenty twenty three top prospect rankings for basketball, brownies number twenty four. I believe so. So. It's really cool like this new era. You get to see like Lebron's planned in La. Brownies playing for Sierra. Canyon, which is arguably the best pro basketball program in the country. Everybody talks about how they will someday like they're going to team up it's it's really interesting to see because right now like I feel like there. Aren't that many great like. Like sons in sports that who whose fathers were equally as or compare -able in their greatness. Good question What about what about Tim Hardaway? Junior, I covered his dad Tim Hardaway. Junior loved the Mavericks was good in College. I made it to the championship with Michigan, but there's no like truly great father son duo right now see when I was coming up in sports. It was the halls, the Griffey's the bonds. That's what everybody ripken's everybody would talk about them Howie in Chris in Kyle Long. We in here in Chicago Kyle Long we've got to cover him. with the bears I always had a secret crush on instead. My Gosh sorry. I know that makes you uncomfortable. And you know what has been really cool is we've heard from Michael Jordan's kids recently? Because of the last dance now we never used to hear from them. So that's actually really been super cool. So to all of the fathers out there we wish all of you. A father's Day filled with fun and memories and happiness..
"sloan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fifty two can broker Scott Sloan on this Monday getting ready to make way for **** **** among other things today we'll be talking about that police shooting down in Atlanta that we had been talking about quite a bit in the early part of this show is guess we rob Sanders who is the Kent County prosecutor and how would rob Sanders hire handle it should say the the potential indictment of the police officer that's been accused of Aug shooting three times into a man who was fleeing away with his taser we'll get the the inside scoop from rob and Willie coming up in just a couple of minutes this is you know this whole thing now that that's that's developing with covert nineteen and is it coming back in these states are spiking cases of coalbed nineteen and if you listen to the news and always coming back or their spiking or it's not going down more people are getting tested that's the reason why the numbers are going up I we're testing a lot more people the real number you got a look at our hospitalizations how many people are actually going to the hospital with covert nineteen and the national numbers on that and in some very specific cases in states like New York where it was you know wildly out of control and hospitals were being over run initially with this the numbers are going down on that so yeah the number of cobit related cases are going to go up simply because more people are getting tested in Ohio according to the governor you can get tested any place any time right now so be very careful when it's presented to understand severity as opposed to okay I've been tested with covert nineteen here's what I gotta do a B. C. and D. if I do these things I'm going to be fine which is which I think is lost in the wash of of what we're hearing right now but I thought this was interesting Ohio state football players and their parents were asked to sign an acknowledgement of risk waiver regarding the corona virus pandemic before those football players got back to campus for voluntary workouts last week it's called the Buckeye pledge ESPN got a copy of it it asked the players to quote unquote help stop the spread of cobra nineteen and accepted quote I may be exposed to cope with nineteen another affections and it says if they don't comply with distancing quarantining things like that they could lose their right their right to participate in sports but not their scholarship so I just thought that was interesting that's how Ohio state is handling this my guess is is that there are other schools around the country that are doing the exact same thing we'll see as it progresses while the ridge roundup with the cowboy and the year is coming up next back in here on Friday at five AM for Mike McConnell on the whole world hopefully soon your Cincinnati Reds seven hundred WLW.
"sloan" Discussed on The Lead
"And then in twenty eleven he abruptly resigns as jazz head coach in the middle of the season torture. What were his reasons for that? Obviously the their whims was Jerry. Sloan disagreement which obviously that was a factor. Darren Jerry has been butting heads you know as a rookie jared play. Darren is as much as Darren thought. Jerry should've just basically came down to both of those guys. Were really headstrong is they. Were guys that did not back down. And then you know they played against. Ironically enough the Chicago Bulls argument a halftime time. Williams had this to say to. Kfi Am thirteen twenty radio in Salt Lake City quote. We had a disagreement. I've seen him have more S- ones with other players. Jerry's very fiery. Im to sometimes. We clash on things. I would never force coach. Sloan OUT OF UTAH. He's meant more to this town more to this organization than I have by far. Everybody remembers that Jerry took forever to come to his post game media availability the next morning. He just kind of resigns. A Won't cover O'Connor general manager. At the time he said the Darren Williams disagreement was a factor. But it wasn't the only factor Jerry was tired in Jerry was somebody who always maintained that you know if he didn't have the energy to give his guys one hundred percent every day you know he was step away from the game. There's this great moment in two thousand fourteen when the jazz honor Jerry Sloan Jerry. One Thousand Two hundred twenty three wins as head coach of the Utah Jazz. It is now your time. Make it happen. Raise a banner to mark his one thousand two hundred. Twenty three wins. Which is your favorite technical. Fouls what was it about Jerry. Sloan beyond just the wins and losses that at resonated with the people of Utah utahns value loyalty and he was a loyal person to his core in that something that you rarely see today you know guys. Don't strive to be one place for an entire career so stockton and Malone we're beloved and he was as much a part of that successes as those two day love the he was a family man. He was tough in that he was a fighter. Even post retirement. You know Jerry would sit in the same seat. Come to every game that he could. He would inevitably get a standing ovation from the crowd. It was just a love affair between coaching state that lasted three decades over three decades. In even you know when he was diagnosed with Parkinson's he and his wife Tammy would come to the Games and you can tell Jerry was diminished. Beco- shows diminished. But he was still be there still shaking hands he was you know giving of his time he was just an ambassador for. State of Utah. Well Tony Thank you so much for joining us and honoring the legacy of Jerry. Sloan thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. You can read Tony. Jones coverage of the Utah Jazz including his tribute to Jerry. Sloan at the athletic dot com from wondering on the athletic. I'm could beat the Davidson tomorrow..
"sloan" Discussed on The Lead
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He was just really patient and he answered all of your questions as a media member. Whether you're a high school rider or you know your Adrian Watson Rosca your or somebody like that so he was just a really good person a personally. I'm going to definitely miss him. Well let's let's go back to how this all started can you tell us about? Jerry's childhood and his time growing up in Illinois. He grew up in mcleans Borough Illinois youngster. Youngest of ten children raised by mother on a farm sixty miles nearest town. This funny because your parents or I know at least my mother used to tell me while you know I used to walk two miles a day to school and your kids are soft World Jerry. Sloan thoroughly used to walk two miles a day to school. He just had a fighting and scrapping claw for for everything that he got. Nothing was handed to my father passed away when I was four years. Old older brothers and sisters had to help take care of our family. They cannot play basketball because they had to work. It was an upbringing. That was was tough but it was an upbringing shaped who he would be for the remainder of his life and as a player Jerry. Sloan was known as the original bowl. He joined the when they were an expansion team in the nineteen sixties. What was he like as a player especially early on he was a great great defender? Claim won't pave what's on the show the West Wing who slam dunk according to Bob Weiss who play with him the longtime NBA coach. He was one of the first people to come into the NBA and start taking charges so he was a guy who was just hard nose. You Know Kinda. Get up in your shorts defensively you know. Just make life miserable for you. Gary Sticky defensive reactions long arms felt the first time. I think I can recall seeing Jerry. Sloan without some kind of a knee. Brace or five pat or something Almost looks naked at there tonight. And just the regulation uniform in. He was the first Chicago Bulls player to have his number retired so after his plane careers over Jerry. Sloan decides to become a coach. And there's this incredibly scary turn of events as he starting out his new career. He took a job to be the head coach at Evansville and he resigned without ever coaching a game to go to the balls. That season the entire Evansville team was involved in a plane crash in that killed everybody on board and the community had accepted these bras and this team and especially the new coach as their own family. And so it's very personal loss. It's not something that you can simply read about in the newspaper and then put it out of your mind. It stays with you. It'll take some time to determine the exact cause of the plane crash but one thing for sure it will take even longer for the sorrow and shock this tragedy to wear off here you know. I think they're definitely instances in his life that were crossroads so to speak in he just kind of persevere through all of it so as you said. He became coach of the Chicago. Bulls for a few years before eventually taking over the Utah Jazz in the late nineteen eighties and the toughness that he showed as a player certainly carried over to his coaching career added Dennis Rodman. No nobody get me. That's right our points Jerry. Slow down while posing the kiss right back. I think they loved it because he went to bat for them when he got into. Dennis Rodman is because Dennis Rodman took down John Stockton heart he wants challenge kenyan-born to fight after Kenyon Martin clothesline Karl Malone can't pitch current respect him. He took a guy he was like. I dare you do that to him. Like he ain't GonNa say nothing but I got his back coach doing that. You know what I'm saying like he I respect only from down. He had the back of his guys for better or for worse. Jerry Sloan had some extraordinary success as a coach including two trips to the NBA finals finals. But his team runs into Michael Jordan and the Bulls both times. What's your sense of how those losses sat with Jerry over the years? Jerry was somebody who brooded over losses he was somebody who czyz really competitive alter competitive so the losses obviously heart in for the ninety eighteen specifically to be as close as they were in the have game six into way. Did Michael running on fumes with forty five points so definitely hurt but at the same time Jerry was proud of his guys and I think he came to be at peace with the fact that you know he didn't win a championship. You know because I think that those teams got the most out of their talent and they were great team Stewart definitely really really great teams but one guy in that that decade went six and all in the NBA finals in. That's why we all consider him. The greatest let ever played Jerry. Sloan is inducted into the hall of fame in Two Thousand Nine Ladies and Gentlemen Jerry. Sloan thank all of you for being here this evening and congratulations. My fellow inductees could not be prouder. It's truly an honor to be such among such a well respected Intel and group of individuals. Thank you all very much..
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"Another study with one hundred thousand patients around the world finds there's no benefit from hydroxy chloroquine and there is a higher rate of heart problems and death former vice president. Joe Biden's walking back this comment on iheartradio's breakfast club. I'm telling you if you have a problem figuring out whether you're familiar trump and you ain't black later saying that he does not take black voters for granted. Some of basketballs greats are honoring Jerry. Sloan the former UTAH. Jazz coach died from Parkinson's disease and other complications. The Dow was down slightly lower. The NASDAQ UP. Forty this is. Ap News the FBI's launching an internal review of its Michael Flynn investigation or rare after action review of the investigation of former trump administration. National Security Adviser Michael. Flynn has been ordered by. Fbi Director Christopher Wray. There was no information on. What sort of potential misconduct is being investigated? The review will be led by the bureau's Inspection Division which handles internal investigation into potential employee misconduct. The timing of the announcement comes two weeks after president. Donald Trump suggested that race status has FBI. Director was in question.
"sloan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sloan seven hundred WLW and course today at two o'clock wine with the wine beer with be sure to follow the president will speak at some time probably at the five or so as well into the street house on a ten o'clock today in the same the steady drumbeat of news and not increasingly bad news I think we're just kind of in a holding pattern right now maybe this is the eye of the hurricane at this point for the next week or two but I don't know much about that medically speaking let me bring in to the show this morning Dr Philip Arlington St EZ board chair for the Cincinnati health department good morning Dr Phil how are you good morning to be on the field very much thanks for coming on this is awesome because I I you know we often get updates from CDC and the other macro agencies but I I like talking to those on the ground here locally and on that note Dr Philip we have I think there's a hundred and seventy eight cases in the county right now in Cincinnati though can you get more granular to the city and specifically neighborhoods are some neighborhood seeing a spike in cases more than others well let me give you the most up to date information that we have which is as of last evening we we currently have seventy three cases in identified in the city V. five in the last day but importantly to you this presents a doubling of the number of cases that have been recorded in the past four days to get a little bit more granular as I work towards the answer your question interestingly the other seventy three only eight required hospitalizations and today fortunately we had no mortalities so that's good now it's interesting you can take a look at the distribution of identified cases across the city zip code this is a fairly even distribution across the city college in the heart of the highest number of cases reported in any one zip code and that's four five two two oh two six the couple did have a couple more zip codes that have five cases reported in all of the others are blessed and thought well but we're just at the early stage here now you look at that that zip code of the four four are the four five two two oh zip code which I think what is it like Saint Bernard that way it that we're going to see that probably because they're the first one to have six you know we believe everyone three to six days a doubles and so that that's probably going to be a hot spotters and a trip I think it's very very difficult to say at this stage D. R. so the numbers have been running neck and neck like this ever since the data started coming in it's so if you look at this so if you have six days ago the distribution would have been a little bit different but not not a lot to do interest remains to be seen the interesting thing is that when you look at Hamilton County and I'm specifically Cincinnati with respect to what areas of fog the United States yes number one in the state of developers well compared with other states across the country and the city of Cincinnati used very very well you know in terms of low numbers of cases absence of mortalities with respect to other metropolitan areas within the state but I I think this really gets to the issue of fraud what are spectacular job the governor our mayor our health commissioners have been doing with respect to getting the word out very very early stage you know with respect to the appropriate preventive measures to be taken off of the governor to widening gaps you can credit for closing the schools closing nonessential businesses sooner than just about any other country and you know mayor Cranley and other health commissioners okay huge amount of credit hello trending down you know the size of public meetings very very early stage at least work from the department of health in Columbus is that what we're seeing now in terms of the relatively slow the number of cases date in fact he assigned it to a we've put in place having some impact having said that we won't know that for another month or two you have the scenario that unfolds could be very very much worse than what the numbers look like now and I think that that just gets to walk the problem with the next question is from that is the efforts to be made locally to prepare for the worst yeah and and you know I'll let me get to that in just a second here too but you're right that that would be the obvious next question I look though a Cuyahoga county specifically Cleveland that they've got this first and much worse right now they have six hundred sixty three confirmed cases in Cleveland we have a hundred seventy eight in Cincinnati it is it's a sure lock is that something we did that they didn't do what what how do you attribute that well I see it as I recall he first pieces Cleveland we after log the list pretty quickly well before we did it was like Ohio I wasn't second day of the Michigan primary something like that okay yeah yeah the two democratic candidates were planning on having knowledge the big rallies in Cleveland the next day which ended up being called off on the basis of those cases three cases and you know shortly afterwards so you know what we know is that that there was already a penetration of flood coverage nineteen in the whole county in shortly after that it probably within three or four days I think the mayor Cranley and on top of the line started to react and your card to the cat would be it could be that the cat was already out of yeah I think we plan to just your luck I mean someone could came here on the case and it could've been Cincinnati I get doctor a fillip outlook to sing on the show this morning he is the board chair for the Cincinnati health department in talk about local covert nineteen and how things are going here we get the daily briefing from the state and the feds but fortunately get an industry house gives an update to a ten o'clock I was the county but for Cincinnati in maybe a neighborhood by neighborhood thing the next an obvious questions you're gonna stay doctor it is we're talking peak I had someone on yesterday I I had Geren on from Garren Colvin from Cheney's and he said they're modeling or what they're looking at said our peak is probably maybe April twentieth to be you offer that's a very specific date and obviously this is fluid and it's always changing but does that sound accurate to you yeah I I I think that's a reasonable way to look at this at the Radisson doctor Keren has his dog he saw on a full time employee position who does this for a living yeah yeah I'm not I'm pinch hitting for all of the process I feel that we all feel a pinch hit for somebody right now like I'm swimming in a deep and without any a life guard right now myself so right now I'm I'm I'm a little bit better than that this is just a sign of the times the other day activity is private health department to such an extent none of the usual people is available to give you all of the information I I doubt you'll find at the health department I talked with all of the staff on the regular on a daily basis hello because you can do to keep some of this but I think in terms of the modeling on the the information about the guarantees given which is completely consistent with the model and it's coming out of college okay so what we think that's the case here we again it could be weak offer either way it's not absolutely I we you know if you think what you said it was going to be able to but we don't know April twentieth but that's a good number of kind of like you know when you put it when I don't want my baby do know whatever is actually on their day they they're doing the same thing here not much much Sirius and much more worst thing obviously but it do we need to be hello I was looking at how good are we right now it's flattening the curve here in Cincinnati Hamilton County specifically but in that city we see doctor Amy acting give her display every day and it looks like we're doing well with flattening the curve in the stretch in this whole thing out but how are we doing with it we need to do more are we on pace to to be able to stay below that MA generate the dashed line well okay so several several it points to that I guess the first is that Dr active is cautiously optimistic about the effectiveness of the common sense it measures that are being recommended it is with respect to their to the effect it had on possible flattening the courage that I was talking about that a little bit earlier you know we're just not going to know all the for another month until we see you know what kind of data comes in you know the importance of that is that is just absolutely a central for individual citizens to not let up we need to.
"sloan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Morning and for Scott Sloan at sterling trying to make sense of things a guy who has his hand on the pulse of sports and everything else not just in the tristate bowler place he's busy and back at it with the round table show with I'm not mistaken tonight the roof rocky point of talk about the lovely the talented lance McAllister how are you Sir hello good morning merry Christmas happy new year back at you yeah I I I have to ask you this is this antes Dalton's last game as a a football Bengal with those stripes on may be back for another team at PBS but the Browns in town the talk is with the year left that perhaps this will be the only opportunity that they have to maybe get something in return rather than letting them go after next year yeah it's a great question and I said that the dream scenario call me after last week's securing the number one pick was now that that away you get to go and pulverized the Cleveland Browns and their misery when the final game of yours you can feel good about yourself collectively there there's no split in the fan base about the U. Sunday everybody wants to beat the Browns and the top would be and be having a great day and running off the field to a standing ovation in anticipation of it being his final game but I don't know I I keep doing like a flow chart in my head and this happened they could do this and then this might happen it has to be made if you grab your world you could use a handy as the veteran presence and either the backup or the guy who starts the perch few games still don't get his feet wet you could use the anti as draft capital in the off season and traded for maybe ideally a a second round pick if you do that did you need to find a veteran quarterback to pair with a geo you know I eighty already knows sacks offense having played in four years so I I I I don't know why I go back and forth on it I I don't think AV would be particularly happy being be either the backup of the quarterback in wait for another season I I don't I don't know they're just they're just a lot of scenarios I could see pulling out from that since it's so it's a weird time sterling infer Saloni with lance McAllister talk any anti Dalton bangles the Browns in town a chance to get to win season under their belt they said they are guaranteed are they not with that first pick in the question of course is do they take Mr Heisman Trophy Ohio guy order they make those moves what is that the quickest way to impact positively the product on the field and hopefully become a contender again sooner than later in what I this is the weird thing where it takes longer generally to rebuild say a the Major League Baseball the franchise a NFL team has the ability within a year to two we've seen it we're all the sudden they go from losers in deplorable like a miserable on the field product to all the sudden being a playoff team it could happen here though we haven't seen the quick turn around so far yeah it in in in the years sterling what you just said if you're going to go anywhere you need to have a quarterback it destroys me crazy that people say well drafted defensive end and find your quarterback next year refined and later a group of nine years in any told what an average to below slightly below average quarterback he wasn't good enough welcome to tide you get that you've earned the number had no pun intended the number one pick in the draft clearly the number one rated quarterback is the a and M. quarterback is the biggest position of need the most valuable position in support about people tell me well they should treat down football double picks so you want to take a look at quarterback after nine years you get the quarterback wasn't good enough now you get the number one pick in the draft and the quarterback is there and people want to trade down to take a left to right to the television early is rated as the number eight quarterback on no paper report I'm about to lose one more.
"sloan" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Welcome to a men in blazes pod special. We've may rug appalled. Who last week was invited to host a panel at MIT Sloan sports analytics conference. For those of you on familiar. It's a gathering the Yanks together. Some of the greatest brains in bought Lynn sports to discuss the Olympics and data, and it's increasing role in our industry. So my presence in Cambridge Massachusetts bent, like, a Scouse remake of goodwill hunting without the genius poll. Damon's lovely who is Paul's. But despite my lacking all three of these things somehow managed to host the panel on the role of analysts in football game. We love exploring the question of if common. Wisdom has the MBA ten years behind major league baseball in the use of it tunnel ticks why then is soccer ten years behind them. Why is that? And we'll change it. Luckily, the conversation features to other wonderful gents who shed a lot of light on that question in one corner thing. Thing. Daryl Morey the general manager of. Yeah. Houston rockets. He's an MBA data pioneer whose works so long in that game, many people think he invented them and he's burgeoning football fan. He looks at a game. We love with fresh always. But he's a little bit short. How even the big clubs utilize or utilize statistics in the other corner. It's Ted nuts. He's the owner and founder of stats poem services leading analytics player in the football world. Former ahead of player analytics at Brentford England. He did some fascinating stuff for short spell and Mitchell end in Denmark, it connected club who also really experimented with data knees dedicated his life to soccer analytics we wanted to bring this conversation to you as a pod special. Let your hair for yourself the role data plays in football and the role it could will look closely. How clubs utilizing them the barriers the differences that makes to use a whole world of difference compared to the other sports and why big Semel Adonis? My just of been ahead of his time from a data perspective and not just in the world of pies. Darrelle. I'm going to begin with you. Okay. You told me, correct. I've definitely not true for that. Is that you are in Oslo fund. There is a single data point. That would propel you to that whole breaking decision always fourth. Please gold. Both would be a lovely thing that you groundbreaking work in the NBA talking to sauk around listen Europe..
"sloan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sloan chance NewsRadio seven. Hundred wwl w we got a new trend America I. Don't know if it's. A trend Wasp ING what wasp ING you mean white American Anglo-Saxon no no. No no no not wasp's not blue No no. Anglo American's waspy so it always, fascinated me the methamphetamine thing and not how and why people use it it's it's. That's a. Secondary point but? In it's more of an? Indictment, certainly, of, our, war, on drugs. Than anything In that is someone Walter white or. Someone came up with the idea hey if we take a whole bunch of crazy, chemicals like things that you think aren't really related but are yeah we're gonna get some, antihistamine and we're going. To get some what the hell is I don't know how to make math may not. That good of meth cook prestone. These things that are totally unrelated and mix them all together and then and then Then we're. Going to smoke it Or shoot at whatever and. It's gonna get ya early high wait what, I'm taking battery acid a weight and I'm gonna put, that in my body in really that's, going to do something for me So it, fascinates me that someone would actually look at that and, go that's something I need right there What is wasp though this is next level. Meth they're taking wasp spray wasp spray wasp killer spray crystallizing the wasp killer and combining it. With meth so we have Fenton all in the heroin in now we've. Got d-conn in the mess supply So how dangerous is meth by itself extremely dangerous meth labs it blow, up? All the time it's it's, not not good and, now we're, seven figured out hey if I just take some loss spray put. That and I go little electric punch you mean to tell me someone who was sitting around I know God how. Can, I get more mileage out of my math. You know all the heroin people they have the Fenton. All, and. They're getting. Yeah I just wish we had it's like a. 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Had because you have. No recollection of. It and, what isn't the drugs where you experienced. Hallucinations that's the other one, I never got you know I'm a big. Proponent of living better chemically, be at alcohol weed but. That's about where I stopped right there taking a bunch of chemicals mixing them together and going let me hit that little wasp spray. And see what happens to me that's way beyond a bridge too, far, way beyond the bridge so pretty soon I guess the messages for ninety nine point. Nine nine nine percent of us in the world who, will never use math or wasp spray all. This means has this next time your wife says there's? A hornet's nest up in the, eaves could you go get, some bug spray in kill it when you go to Home Depot when you. Go to Lowe's you're going to have. To ask someone I need a can. Of wasp spray that's what this means for normal people, it's just a pain in the butt We got news. On. The way in about twenty minutes and of course at ten oh six today on the Scott. Sloan show me and, you just, going to talk a little bit about today's we wanted to know holiday meander no, holiday, weekend and the debate about healthcare you know all too often we healthcare and of course most of us do not want. Socialized healthcare because we've. Heard horror stories. From abroad, and elsewhere but I'll be honest with. You the older I get, the closer I get to needing more and. More healthcare because his transition, right as you age you. Use it more when you're young like my producer Aaron this morning probably hasn't been to the doctor since she was born but as. You get older you know my shoulders bad at the back surgery, maybe, your blood pressure maybe cholesterol things like that the oldest starts catching up with you. You gotta go to the doctor more and then by, the time you're my God in your seventies. Eighties you're just pretty much is move in may just? Come to you you live there, and it's what assisted living, is right so as we hopefully get to that age where we're going to. Need need all those things the big. Question is you know examining whole health Care thing, and there's a story in the news. Today in the, last couple of days I should say of a guy who had perfectly. Good health insurance had a, heart attack at a relatively young age and so, is on the hook, for more, than one hundred. Eight thousand dollars even though his insurance. Paid for the heart attack which begs the question if our healthcare so damn gonna we keep fighting we, don't want it socialize went on social we don't need Bernie Sanders. And all that stuff sometimes I wonder what the. Hell. We're fighting against because could it get any worse than that we'll get to that Teno six. Day Sloan here on seven hundred, w his name One rule no topic is? Off limits his name rocky boy man I've got.