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Area Libraries, Bookstores Celebrate Banned Book Week

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:27 min | 4 months ago

Area Libraries, Bookstores Celebrate Banned Book Week

"There is a piece in the wall street journal by the president of regna. Repoed publishing full disclosure. They are the publishers of many of my books and all of my books in the rational bible series and i have appreciated their worked tremendously. Tom spence is. The president is piece in the wall. Street journal is about banned books. So tom first of all of course. Welcome to the show. Thanks dennis happy to be here. I'll bet are and i'm happy that you are. What is there. Every year is that there's a banned books week or something. What is it called. Yes it banned books week. It's a week long promotion in the book. Trade that sponsored by the american library association the american booksellers association and several other organizations. It's the last week of september so begins. It begins next week. And it's a way to promote books that have been ostensibly banned. The the joke of it is that the books that are promoted year after year have not been banned in any meaningful sense and now the books that are in some real sense. Being banned are studiously ignored by ban. Books week policy in the book but hypocrisies two-mile a term. It's orwellian the books that are banned are not mentioned during banned books weeks and books that our peripheral band give me an example of what they say is banned so so yeah i mean obviously it depends on how you define your terms so if i if i describe a book if i tell you that a book has been banned. What does that mean to you. What's your first thought that it is no longer available to the public right. I think that's a reasonable definition. So if i'm living in soviet union in the you know nineteen eighty five. And i want to buy the gulag archipelago. Am i gonna find it kid. It's been banned right the government or somebody with authority to the power to do. It has made that book unavailable.

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"spence" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"spence" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"So I think during the pandemic. we had a lot of level playing field because everybody's working from homeless people start to get back into the office. Then i think you have some different challenges to because depending on where the leadership of the organization is located. It's gonna create some challenges. I think really what this does from a security standpoint right is that you're gonna have very unpredictable traffic patterns. Who's in who's out in so the mobile. We haven't very mobile because everyone's just at home. Now you're going to have the mobility as well right and so everything that we've been talking about today around zero trust and putting those six you know good security principles into practice. That's going to be even more important right when everybody had it gets back to whatever that new normal is owned a look like you know and then and then we going to have to learn from each other right of the best practices of what's working and what's not working the is going to have to get a lot smarter and figuring out what your patterns are if you're if you're both remote and mobile all the time. Yeah well that that can help. When i think about like what's going on in commercial right in enterprise everyone talks about like cloud i the next wave is to be more around kind of the ai. First rate ai out. Oh i do a ops. And if i can anticipate when people are going to be there i might reconfigure things a little bit so they can work better and and in depending depending on how things turn out. You might have to do your best to limit some of the human contact rate. And so what can i. How can i use technology do that. There's lots of different ideas and options for that as well and whatever we can do to help with that We wanna we wanna be there right because one person's company security breaches another one's If we can all kind of come together in encourage that whole zero chess adoption in the industry at large can make a lot of progress towards a more secure future. Kathy expensive intel. Thank you so much for coming on and speaking to us on security ledger podcast. It was great to meet you. Paul thanks very much kathy. Spence is a senior principal engineered intel. She was here to talk to about securing the post pandemic enterprise..

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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Voice of the people hotline. Let's talk man. What do you think about this fight. No longer on now cancelled cancellation is what they're calling it. But the caveat is we get. You'll danny gas in. Excuse me manny pack. Yeah we got our first super chat from donald banks says it's over for spence man. Pack was going to stop them. And if spence fides bud that are sock it is for sure getting broken or if he fought cannella it's over man. His on now people people were coming out the woodwork. Look for for spence. you know. He said that he went to see three different ice specialists. He says i was taught to get through it and keep it going so that means no crying mill. No crying overspill. The impact comes back. And says i pray a four incomplete recovery. Four earl spins junior. Shout the pack. Amen god bless always been a man then earl comes back and says i went to three different doctors and they all said the same thing. I'll be back for the winner for sure. And then he comes back and doubles down and tells you yo. I came back worse so for anybody. That needs to be reminded. He went through that car accident. Horrific car accident but he came back from worse. So fabien may. Donna is out altogether. He's gone is gone and see he's not even in there. They're not even giving him a little step. Aside fight nothing he's gone by fabian. As crazy man poured poor eurofighters man. You won't get that love. And so you demand that love in an i mean but that was donald banks the first super chat of the day if you're watching us on youtube africa that tom's abundance going to help with the visibility. This show is going to put this episode in the eyes of other boxing fans that want to call in and want to voice their opinion on the number to call in number to call in voice. Your opinion is one four to five five six nine fifty to forty one talk to us. How do you feel about many pack. Yeah and earl. Spencer junior unified welterweight championship fight. Them was supposed to be on fox pay per view. August twenty first being cancelled. It's completely off retina. Tear in earl. Spencer juniors i causing him to withdraw and many stepping in there with your danny gas for his belt. That's what we're discussing right now. Live here on the box. Voice youtube channel. We're going out to the next super chad. Who's this who's this. Who's showing so loud. Don't forget we got the poll. We got brandon lens who says in an effort to have some views should plug in thurman versus may donna and if not keith us boots on that stage sad but the show must go on. Yes sir i mean. I don't know why they didn't they go to keith to save the day So i don't know why. Why wouldn't they use a man. Why wouldn't they use very very very crazy. Turn of events and it's ironic that a few days ago. Terence crawford said something to earl like. Oh i wish earl nothing but the best or earlier. That's a crawford in an amazing these dudes more more linked to each other. You know just when we thought one of them was going to get ahead of the other in opposition because of the big iconic name both of them who both had alleged fights with paco. Both both now off the table and the one who we least expected. You'll dan you guys here to to pick up the pieces. Can you imagine. Autographs goes on to beat manny. Pack paco and retires them and now earl in them gotta go through yoga's because he's just solidified himself for old guys. This is a blessing in disguise. This is his way to show the world. yo. I'm really a welterweight champion. I wasn't just given this title. If he beats pack out. he takes all the cloud. That crawford and earl wanted it's crazy. We got andre dakota with a super chatty san is manny getting the same pay canal was asking for something similar in case of injury the filipinos will order i am not ordering the filipinos were order. So he means they were ordered the pay per view and he's saying he will not order the pay per view. I just wanna thank everybody tuning in. Everybody watching us live right now. Don't forget to hit that button. It helps with the visibility. The show is going to help us. Going to put this episode in the eyes of new boxing fan so they could call in and express their frustrations get it off their chest. We're going to go right out to new york city. No no need for me to stay too long talk and you know what it is. Fights cancelled manny's back but he's taken on the mandate claimed his title champion in recess taken on. Wb a super champion. You danny visited three doctors. They also the same thing. He's got to fight the winner. I.

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Professional Runner Neely Spence Gracey on Running the Houston Marathon & Olympic Trials

Ali on the Run Show

02:38 min | 6 months ago

Professional Runner Neely Spence Gracey on Running the Houston Marathon & Olympic Trials

"So i wanna go back and talk about the trials because the last time that you were here on the show in january twenty twenty. You would run your first postpartum marathon. And as we know in the process qualified for the trials Let's talk about the turnaround between running houston and then running the trials in atlanta which was just about a month apart Touch a little bit about how your body handled that transition the recovery did you do a quick taper. What did that look like. In between marathons. My body did not handle it as well as i had hoped out. You know i. I went into houston On six weeks of training. And so i think we kind of talked about that in that last high gas that we did together I had just a really rough go with postpartum running. And it finally clicked for me in november of twenty nineteen. And i decided i was going to try a hail. Mary attempt at my goal of qualifying for the olympic marathon. Trials in twenty twenty. And so i am. I set up my race at houston on which was the last day i could qualify and gave it my best shot and iran to forty four. Got under that qualifier And i was. I was really happy with that. But it definitely took a larger toll on my body because marathon is beast and you know even going into well prepared It takes a toll on the body so when you go into a underprepared it was extra challenge but You know i went. I showed up. I i had earned a spot on the starting line. So that was you know it wasn't taking away from anyone else. But i went into it knowing that i wasn't going to finish the race on because i didn't want to have a big setback I didn't want to be broken. Because i had forced something to happen. I'm my big goal for twenty twenty was just a very slowly and gradually rebelled a really strong base so that i could have some strong racing and strong performances You know later that year. And so i saw it as If i was going to finish the marathon trials it would have set me back. I would have had to take probably a month off and then completely restart rebuild and so i ended up. I'm just doing the first lap of eight miles and then I stopped off the course.

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New Movie 'Zola' Is Based on a Long Series of Tweets

All Things Considered

02:04 min | 7 months ago

New Movie 'Zola' Is Based on a Long Series of Tweets

"Underscore Zoeller Moon tweeted. You want to hear a story about how me and this here fell out its kind of long, But it's Felicity Spence. What followed was a wild, mostly true tale about how an exotic dancer Zola found herself on a road trip that went dangerously awry to put it mildly. The new movie. Zola is based on that series of about 150, funny and often profane tweets. NPR's Mallory, You talk to some of the people behind Zola about turning a Twitter moment into a feature length film. That viral threat in 2015 wasn't the first time Zola born Asia King talked about that wild weekend on Twitter. She'd mentioned the story briefly after it happened the year before, but didn't go into much detail. Soon as I got home kind of just was like when I met this girl at my job, and she completely lied Kings, an exotic dancer, and she says her Twitter was already full of wild stories about people at the clubs where she worked. She got some sympathetic responses from her followers. But not much else. See, Intense encounters were just part of the job. Since I didn't go in depth. They kind of just felt like Oh, she had another one of her weekends, and we moved on Then that night in 2015. King was at home, pregnant and scrolling on her phone. I had came across the pictures from that weekend and kind of just like got triggered. I was like young man is I'm going to tell this for real. And while Twitter did want to hear what happened next Every detail she wanted to share. We just met yesterday and you're already trying to take hold trips together. Be ready by two. But the road to Zola, the movie, much like the trip itself would end up being full of suspense. Journalists called than Hollywood James Franco signed on to direct and brought his own writing team. But as a script took shape Asia King started to feel like the story was becoming less hers. They kind of added things in the blank space that I guess they thought would be entertaining. You know, in a film, it just started to really rub me the wrong way in 2017 Franco left the project, and

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"spence" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"spence" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Spence Bridge on Lee, A 5 to 6 minute delay. Now through the cut in the Hill was closer to 20 earlier, the wreck on north 75 of the Western Hills via that's clear to now it's a matter of clearing the wreck downtown and forth and sick. Mork chucking from NewsRadio 700 wlw. I'm first morning weather Partly cloudy 87 Today Fair skies overnight 65 then sunshine upper eighties Tomorrow, maybe some low nineties we'll see what happens in a 72 right now. Chris here has been holed nonsense back. Bottom of the hour. I ask. Have you been to prison on your watch and say a cop movie? Do you root for the cop or for the bad guy? Chris, Were you in prison? Yes, sir. Unfortunately out, Woz. And I'll be honest with you. I would for a cop. Even then, Uh, you know, I've made a mis take. And I knew that they had a job to do. And, uh, you know, uh, even even times where I feel, officers, uh, might have crossed the line a little bit, You know, ultimately, if If me or any other criminal out here, eyes doing something stupid that we shouldn't be doing. You know, I feel like to a certain degree now. I'm not saying anybody's life should be taken a racing but to a certain degree, I think all that formal stuff kind of goes out the window and should go out the window. You know you're out here. You know, putting people's life in danger, or whatever criminal activity you're doing and not, man. I work for the cops, even even when I was living on the wrong style off. No problem for the cops. There was someone else. I know whether he did 27 years and said he rooted for the cops, but he couldn't hang on a young up. So I wanted to hold on to something very dear to me. You know, I did five years and there wasn't a day that went by and that I have animosity toward some of the officers that that I had encountered. Absolutely. But at the end of the day, um, fairly intelligent and A decent enough soda. Understand? You know, if I didn't put myself in that predicament, then you know the outcome would have been a lot of time for the Santa. But did you have a hard time getting a job when you got out? Um, yeah, even today. It's still difficult still follows me around, So I'm a cab driver started my own cab company. That works Well, Chris, thanks for checking in. Good to have you there. Thank you Haven't lost at somebody else do the same, about seven away from nine past. The rolling grasslands dotted with bison and bighorn sheep is a terrain of steep canyons and towering spires. Many early pioneers.

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'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)

Ball & Buds

03:35 min | 9 months ago

'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)

"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you

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"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Trying to. I don't even know what it would be spent sees. But i don't like that can work. Spencer's this what's in. Your don't know why i thought of that. Kylie longest dispenser because my and ms spence image sensor. It makes sense but it's sounds like weird shopping. Hey we're gonna call them. This is cool right. Okay we'll work on that have Sorry one more. Have an idea when ep is gonna come out Definitely think this year for sure. Hopefully my calculations are correct. Maybe like summertime i. I don't know though you know it's always it. Always changes always good good that you have that flexibility charta. Her you know over anything. Quality quality is the most important thing to me absolute and just making each song. Like as good as i can make it executives behind you with a pride trying like does that get you to do have management or yes. No i think if the right thing comes along and it's interesting to me and everything looks good or You know the music industry is so weird. Though it's it's hard. But i like having freedom not saying i wouldn't have freedom if i was with management or label I just don't know what that looks like. You know but. I think the right thing will come along at the right time and when it's right So right now. I'm just i'm cruising but doing i'm enjoying actually really enjoy getting to put all the work into it and like you know doing everything and like designing the website from designing the merch and like you know building your brain everything my saw. It gives me a lot of freedom. And i think the more you do that in the longer you kinda hold out the more valuable and the more leverage you're going to have. Yeah somebody does come at you and say hey you know we like you for you. But you're going to say yeah but they'd liked me for me and my creativity what i've been doing. Yeah that's so. that's the goal. Yes that's good way to go about it. You have when we've talked to say it's been like kind of fifty fifty split like we've talked to people that have been like give me that. Two million dollar check. I'll sell out and play at the super bowl. I don't care and then there's other ones that are like no. I wanna do my my own thing and i don't want anybody to be involved. So yeah it's it's definitely i mean for me. It's just. I want to always maintain rights to my creativity in like artistic control. Because like if. I'm not putting these out that i am one hundred percent about you know of it's influenced in any way by someone else. I'm not one hundred percent cool with it. I don't even know why so. It's yeah that's something that's important to me for sure that's good.

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"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Supposed to fit in. It's a lot easier to like chase it. Yeah so you're happy with the now though. Yes good yeah. There's only one song that i'm like. I wish i could redo that part of my. But yeah i like the song lot. That'll probably end up being the best song. Okay but yeah do you get much writer's block it's so weird because In twenty sixteen. When i really started writing. I had mono at the time and i was severely. I had it for a year and a half. i couldn't go out. Hang out with friends. I was severely immune compromised. All i did was right I was writing like at least one song a day. Like just writing and writing But the songs were like you know. Some of them were great. Some of them like absolute trash. That's just how it goes But it's weird. Because like as i've kind of looked back on like just over the last couple of years and like just me as a writer i've found that like i don't write every day now but when i do right. They're really good. And i'm not tooting my own horn you know. Let's not me trying to be cocky. Like they're genuinely like really good ideas that i want to like finish in pursue whereas like years ago. Like i'd be like yeah. This has no potential. I can't save this now. So i do have writer's block but also like learned that creativity will come at random times and like i'm not going to try to force a song out especially if i'm busy too i won't rain because it's like i know i'm not meant to right But i know when. I want to write if that makes sense flexing. That exer- your that muscle you know and it seems like the more you're writing the easier it gets for us as you go on and progress to so i'm trying to just keep writing the same you know. Yeah because you're not growing. Where exactly so. I'm trying to challenge myself with like what kind of song irate just done in general but that's cool and you can't afford no you can't down. It never works today. Never liked what you get out of. It honestly comes at the worst times when i'm not wanting to write or like not wanting to face a problem because that's sometimes that's how it is like you know experiences that you don't want to necessarily like up it's like that's when you write great songs kind of open. Those experiences up and you're like crap is hurts but like it's gonna make a good song so all right. So you're you release your. Up what do you got going on after that. Are you going to try to promo that. We'll see. I wish it wasn't a thing because i'd love to tour Especially the states. I've never really got to delays legit. You know tore in the states So i hope that can happen But yeah i actually have a music video coming out for highway. Eighty three which is a song released in august last year. So probably release that like a week or two sweet i will. I'm super excited. It's a beautiful video cool shot by drew crosby But yeah i'm just here. In montana bozeman. We filmed it so highly. Threes like a ninety mile stretch highway and swan valley in northern montana And we we drove up there and filmed we went to glacier to. It was like such a fun weekend. but yeah the video is pretty much everything i could have wanted So yeah and then just you know try and get more content for the epa and just a lot of content and photos and stuff like that but yeah it's just it's about the music and really excited to like have it out. Sweet that's awesome. Can we talk about how good your son garden is thank you. Yeah i love that song. It's on us gets no. How many streams. That has on spotify over a million. But i haven't looked listeners on spotify. Yeah yeah it's it was sometimes. It's hard putting music out. 'cause you're scared that no one's going to appreciate it. You know i do it. Because i love it but sometimes it's like oh crap like no one's gonna listen to this but i remember i was hanging out with my friend the night it came out and it came out at like ten pm mountain standard time so like i was able to see the stream numbers that night and i remember like a hit a thousand and like an hour which was so rare. I was like something's wrong. Glitch enrolled not even looking at this. I was mad. I was like this is wrong. Like it's giving me false. Hope i went to bed. I woke up in the morning. It had twenty thousand streams. It was on me music fridays. I was so freaking happy. I went to pilates that morning with my mom and my mom's like oh my god like check out running doing shots so cool. Yeah it was super. I was just very happy that you know people were like liking it. Yeah so what about your instagram. Like holy crap when you're when she's the world traveler that's what yeah like. How did that come about just all the sudden you start getting a bunch of followers to i mean. I've had instagram since like day. Six grade. Because that's all the girls in my grade cards. Six grades from middle school was a bad time. It's about time for everyone got agreement. Sixth grade is very awkward face. But i've moved a lot and met a lot of people. So i've you know i have like acquaintances or friends that follow instagram. Think everyone has that But yeah i think the touring definitely like you know gave me some good fans and i try my best and like follow the ones who i like recognize back Try to them and keep in touch with them. Sure it's so fun Actually just facetime this one fan From boston we've been following each other for like three years and it was. We talked for an hour. It was amazing. Yeah i was super cool. But i don't i don't know i mean they just kind of become and then they go but it's nice to like feel like i'm doing the right thing and like people are noticing you know it's hard when they don't know for all the music a habit on i'm like sometimes it's hard i'm like oh not enough. People are finding it like getting to hear about it but it's nice to feel appreciated in that sense. So do you feel like you have a steady fan base going right. Now that i feel like i have so many good people in my corner You know like there are a couple of people were like they are like hardcore fans and i love them so much for that Yeah it's it's so nice. You know and i want to just keep growing the family. The fan base and yeah. Yeah oh it's a story about a ten percent of your ninety seven or eighty twenty ninety ten yeah Ninety percent of your fan base is ten percent of your followers. Yeah so like you know. You're going to have those dedicated as hardcore followers. Yeah that's will be there for that you want to build and grow and then you're going have the ones that come and they go they'll leave and they like you and then they'll get over you or whatever and that's fine too. Yeah but you know. That's also good. Because i mean that's pumping you're streams. That's you know that's just doing nothing but raising your bar little bit more and things like that. So that's cool. Yeah do you have a name for your fanbase yet. I don't see make yes like right now. Sure yeah driver.

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"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Been telling him busy guy. I'm pretty sure he's like working on an album right now. Calicoes in the process of just like you know that whole thing insane in itself so do much other musicians. Or what's your style. You prefer to go solo. It's it's funny. The only collaborative ever dine. Funny story Do you guys know. John vincent the third shed but okay heck out. I was like a huge. Jv three fan in like middle school. I listened to like really depressing vic super depressingly sixth grade anyways all it was a sixth grade. I will yeah. That's where i got all means. But i remember i think i followed him on instagram and ideas. Tim and i was just. Hey like you re league you just really inspire me like i want you to know that. And he was like oh thanks and then he followed me back. Which i i was so i was like. Oh my gosh. I don i think to some was you got cool. Yeah and then a couple years later. I reached out and i was like hey think i lived in montana the at that times legally twenty seventeen and i was like. Hey i'm coming to la like would you want to record a song together. And he was like yeah. Sure so literally i had come up with this. Like chorus verse. Meli idea prior and we just went into the studio and then kinda like finish that idea. and so that about song's called stuck on you and it's on my boomerang ep So that's the only collab- i've i've done. I definitely want to do more but right now like super heavy into finishing my ep. With just like my own songs. I just haven't you know. Sometimes it's interesting. Because i want to find people who have their own vision but will also like want to be a part of mine in the same way sometimes. It's hard With cova to it's it's been harder to like physically meet with people You know you can do sessions on zoom and stuff but it's hard to get the ball rolling in like be like. Hey let's actually do this song. You know what i mean. I think it's kinda hard to keep that going to. Because you kind of have to get used to the i would say dino the technological delay there ought to be able to play and practice together and things like that so yeah that'd be kind of tough right now so you Are working on an ep right now. Trying to pump that out. yes. I am so excited. There's going to be seven songs on it two of which have been released and then i'm going to release two more singles And then i'm not gonna say what it's called. It's something really special. And i'm really excited and i've just been working on it nonstop author out. Quarantine does it relate to something in your life or taito totally. It's an animal. It's actually it's named the names elijah's animal which is really cool. Oh i don't think guerrilla dang it okay unlike colts. Yeah but it's i mean all the songs. Are you know the one song i wrote in. I think it was twenty seventeen and then the last one. I wrote like literally not even a year ago. It's just like this whole span of like me growing up kind of But yeah all the songs are about me in my life and It was the one song. I challenge myself to write about something other than just like love or like a relationship and that's the one the animal and so it's really cool. I'm very excited. I mean that's a tough thing. I guess for me when i try to. I try to write a longtime ago. I went to school for music and stuff. But i feel like that's one of my things too. I don't know if i have enough to say in my life or enough to write about in my life to other people could maybe connect with. And i don't know i liked that that you've taken other than just love or other than you know things staple things to write about. It's something different off. Which i don't know maybe an essence of itself that's a way to reach people to is through something different and things like that so thank you. That's it's challenging. At times. Absolutely but i also feel like the more i write the more. I'm able to just be storyteller in general and doesn't have to be about my life and you know i take inspiration from movies and you know taylor swift's new album especially her lyrics folklore so good a who was like that's all i listen to when i came out but please Yeah her lyrics album just like her way of storytelling Just really like kind of got me inspired and you know hopefully like all released some songs and down the down the line that kind of emulate that in hawaii. So yeah netflix thing. I think it was netflix. Did reputation no. The the pond wants that. Okay i will you me. I is good things. Your new is out on the new ep. Yes it's going to be a part of a car yes. How long did that take you to put together. That single Actually a long time My producer greg. His name's greg. Cortez shot out greg. One of my best friends we started. We wrote we started writing the song in a different way than we usually start writing. We there's the song i think it's nineteen. I don't know who it's by. What's his name. I can't remember but it's kind of like this like rap pop song and i just really liked. I know i just liked something about it. And so we we listened to it a bond kind of like like mimicked the way that he like phrased things and like the whole talkback. Call things which are in the song And so started kind of like writing a song based on like being inspired by that song But we went through. Like i think three different production demo versions so like they didn't sound anything like the finished project. You know what i mean. And i struggled with this song for a long time because i'm such a perfectionist and it just wasn't cutting it i was like there's something so wrong with this song so i can't even remember like when we finally got it but you know it just it took a long time just work and then finally like once you once. You've kind of find the niche that the songs.

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"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"And nobody knows how is. Just look at you crazy. We're going to talk about you looking lobby talk. That's good where are you from. Originally i'm from illinois and then i moved to colorado and california and then ended up in big sky and twenty seventeen. Wow yes what brought you the big sky. The most random like just situation happened in california with my family and like our housing And it was super spontaneous literally within like two weeks. Were just like all right. Let's just go to montana. We have been too big sky multiple times for like skiing and summer And so we just like we just did it honestly like that's just what happened. Yeah you're failing like we're all moving in this family. I have my younger sister. She's fifteen okay taller than me. And then i had my mom and my dad and then Dogs tacos. Yeah okay. that's crazy. What did you think of big sky. When i moved there like. I don't know it was super small to what i'm used to. I want to huge public high school in california. And then you know. Suddenly there's fifteen kids in my grade which was crazy But i loved it. Like i i just think i. I was so drawn in like inspired by like nature. And i had never really had that before So it was like a super good transition for me psyched california so any place on pretty much. All throughout southern california San clemente dana point. Laguna just kinda like you know what really escaped the bubble but yeah the oc bubble so we just in the oc really was. What did you think. I kinda loved it. But i think it's the opposite of what you just said. I've always seen this. So when i went to the ocean and into that i was like gosh. I sure windows there to this emptiness also. Yeah that's great so now you're in bozeman right now. I'm in bozeman fulltime. yeah. I moved here on september. Thank you. I love it. I started taking classes and It's just been a really like nice place for you know being nineteen in like doing music and trying to gag even though we're in kobe But i moved to. I tried l. a. Little by myself like right when i turned eighteen and just found it to be really intimidating and i wasn't really inspired like i didn't have any nature around me and it was a lot harder because it's just a lot bigger and this is like the perfect size kind of so. I really like it to kind of stint creativity and opportunities a little bit from the get-go somewhere like this. You could probably build a little bit more of a rapport. It's kind of kind of musical community. Guess instead of yeah just trying to be drowned out down there. I guess How's it been with covid and everything going on it's been interesting I mean the great thing about the music industry and just the entertainment industry as a whole was. You know we haven't really been put on hold like people still create and like release and you know live streaming and just living in the technology era. Been such a blessing You know just to get to put out music in general But i don't know. I mean like won't cova. I happened in like march of last year. I remember i was like so depressed. Because i i left l. a. and like came home didn't have my car. I love my car have attachment to my car. I didn't have a car. Just like i was just stuck in my room and like didn't really have any friends either And you know. I i did write a crap ton during that time but it was still super weird and like lonely but now things are starting to like get better You know in gigs or happening again. I've been gigging lot which is great But yeah i do lamont ranch and big sky. Yeah love them about place and then spanish peaks in you know couple of other places. I'm trying to get more places in bozeman montana. The you've played or wanna play music fast. Twenty eighteen okay which was super cool the backdrop. I mean just right. It was like literally lone peak was super super awesome. You know and some great people play which was super happy to be part of it out now. I mean just just kind of like just around around here. What about weddings. Do you do match weddings. Okay but hopefully this summer. I can interested. I am interested in kind. Let us know. Okay yeah. I wanna try to play. Yeah no that'd be that'd be that'd be super fun for sure. Sure yeah. Why not let her answer the question. I really love like that area up there and you going to have some friends there during the summers hopefully can visit and gig up there a couple of times so cool. That'll be fun. You played anywhere crazy. Yes can i take make india. No so i was so lucky. I i had the opportunity to tour An open for dennis lloyd in both europe and israel which is his home country Yeah it was twenty. It was twenty eight thousand and it was extremely crazy. But did you say india Because i thought she posted about india. Okay israel was like i. It's fine But yeah i played ended this woman's music festival in frankfurt and then I got to play five cities with dennis. All throughout europe Germany austria switzerland. And then a couple months later. He texted me and was like. Hey do you wanna like open up for me in israel and i was like let me check that like yeah sure and so that ended up happening and my dad actually went with me which was super awesome because he hadn't really seen me play in front of a big audience before And i remember he was taking shots. The whole time nurses nervous before i started playing But that was super super amazing. You know the fans in both you know both europe and israel for me just being that it was my first time touring. We're like into music and i. I had one bad experience but it wasn't even a bad experience. Some do was intoxicated and talking super loud. But that's bad it was it was you know i had so many people. Come up to me and it just. It was so like inclusive. Dennis was amazing to. He was super kind. I was the hanging with denison dam. He's he's a he's a really interesting smart guy and it was just nice to like just like so much insight from him about the industry and he's a he's like a great mentor figure. That's awesome. Do you have a favorite dennis song. Never mind is like the most popular song. But i love that song every time it comes on like like this is such a good song. Because he's amazing. Figure out a way to collaborate. You know. I've.

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"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"spence" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"This is kevin from the idaho. Show make sure you don't miss anything that we're doing behind the scenes. Follow us on social media at dale pro.

Oldest Texas Electricity Co-Op Goes Bust After $2 Billion Bill

All Things Considered

01:46 min | 11 months ago

Oldest Texas Electricity Co-Op Goes Bust After $2 Billion Bill

"11 bankruptcy protection today. Citing they said a nearly $2 billion bill from the state's electricity grid operator following the storm. Marketplaces and you'll reports. Those things can happen when you let the market dictate prices on a grid that's not connected to the rest of the country. Raza's Electric is a cooperative that pays the grid operator to get electricity to hundreds of thousands of Texans. The grid operator is called ERCOT there like a toll road for the electricity system. Costas America teaches environmental engineering at Carnegie Mellon, he says in the February deep freeze, brasses Electric ran up bills many times higher than they normally be. The prices are allowed through the Texas Electricity system to rise when demand is really high, and supply is low. That's kind of the theory of all this the theory behind the largely deregulated market, a system that many are now questioning. David Spence teaches energy law of the University of Texas, he says. In fairness, I don't know that anyone ever anticipated an event like this when they were designing that system. Now, this seems like a black swan event in that sense, But a similar event did hit Texas 10 years ago, and lawmakers decided not to winterize Emily Groubert and George Attack says there's an opportunity again to rethink infrastructure more generally. I think we need to be really, really thoughtful about when it is actually logical to spend a little bit more money here to make sure that these systems actually do what we want them to do for the next several decades. Brasses Electric said before the freeze, it was financially robust. Its bankruptcy family could be an ominous sign. As other Texas power providers success the storm's damage in Austin, I made a Euler for marketplace.

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Sonos is announcing its next product on March 9th

Daily Tech News Show

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Sonos is announcing its next product on March 9th

"Scheduling announcement for march ninth. The invite shows a person out in the field. So i don't know portable speaker. Anyone reason fcc filing from sonos described a small battery powered speaker with bluetooth and a wireless charging stand sonos. Noise cancelling headphones showed up in a filing with the german patent and trademark office. Though so those might be on the list to but sono ceo patrick spence said in the latest earnings call that there was only one new products coming in

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Pence 'welcomes' efforts of lawmakers to 'raise objections' to Electoral College results

Hidden Brain

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Pence 'welcomes' efforts of lawmakers to 'raise objections' to Electoral College results

"EYES president. Pence is backing Republican lawmakers plan to object to the electoral college results. His chief of staff has shared a statement. Saying pens welcomes the efforts of House and Senate members to use the authority they have under the law to raise objections, Spence is to preside over what is usually a routine electoral college vote

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"spence" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"So i know. We're gonna be talking about ai for translation and clearly. That's a a workflow that you folks are impacting. Get an understanding of what it looks like. Now you get a big brand like an intel or some some large company. That's got localize all their web content. How do they do that with people. Sure so dan let me let me. I tell you a story so you can understand what the motivation for doing. This translation is so most people today are familiar with google. Translate and use it when you browse the web and you could translate chrome or you use it on your phone and you'll see this in a lot of consumer devices and that's really useful for these consumer use cases where you on translate a sign you see on the road or you see a restaurant menu or you just want to get a gist of a web page of language that you don't speak okay so that not as widely used. Google translate has had enormous impact. And everybody's familiar with that. The second case. I think it more. Broadly is in business and so our motivation for building. This company was experience. I had about fifteen years ago. I was living overseas in a country. A non english speaking country <hes>. Were but were. Linguists was spoken as lingua franca. And i had a friend who didn't speak english but spoke the native language of this country and he told me that he was paid less and could not get a job because he didn't speak english. And this occurred to me as a sort of inequality that we don't talk about very much are you can learn a language but you can't control your native language. If you don't speak english it's a barrier to opportunity undertake percent okay so taking that as the premise. Now take got to business. Businesses sell their products and services. And they wanna make those available to people in different languages so that they can do their job so that they can do research for products so that they can learn and presently the way that that is done is by hiring people to type translation. There's assistance used but for the most part it's just hiring human translators to translate much the same way that transition has been done since i don't know before agricultural so what we wanted to do and no machine translation was used so this was about twenty ten when we were learning about this problem. So what we are initial idea was to emma and i met working on google. Translate to take that technology and art meant what translators do the translation. Problem is not a solved problem so we can't fully remove the human translator but we can certainly amplify what they do and if we can do that then we can make it much more affordable inefficient for companies to make all of their information available to anybody who wants it and so for comparison right now companies pay about eighty dollars for an eight and a half by eleven one and a half spaced. Page of twelve point type. So it's very very expensive. Let's ten yeah. Yeah and so we wanna use technology to drive that price down so that for a fixed budget. Companies can localize more of their information. That's good for them. They can grow their business. And it's good for the world because more people have access to the products and services that you and i take for granted. Yeah so. And i guess there's like the equality element here that you're sort of bringing in on the side but clearly it's just like if intel wants people in japan to read their stuff. There's that benefit to right. We were in english primarily we can. We can move our product. Yeah that's right. There's there's four hundred no there's about four hundred million native speakers of english there's about another seven hundred million l two speakers and then there are a couple of hundred million speaking for language. You're talking one and a half million people in the world that speak english that leaves what five and a half billion humanity. Yeah regarding of humanity right so it's it's not just for positive social impact. We're capitalists and this is an opportunity for businesses to to grow their son of customers at eighty bucks a page. I mean that's a business opportunity right the folks that we've seen working on translation of all kinds of pick their lane. Your lane seems to be sort of digital asset. So maybe we'll walk through what that looks like now. So let's say a big company knows a general electric you know they're they're got a new jet engine in they're going to sell it around the world as do normally they're going to create their when it's web pages it sales collateral you probably know the list and then and then they would hire their team of people hopefully have a relationship with who are going to a really nice fine comb job at eighty bucks a page of four for all those different assets that more or less what it looks like now. Yeah that's exactly right. So typically a business will decide we're going to do business in these markets and that's a business decision and then the choices which of their of their english experience because usually companies translating out of english four. You're going to make available in that market and so for example. One of our customers is intel. Everybody knows intel's products and intel sales. They look lies into about sixteen languages right now. And so that's everything that's until dot com product manuals technical specs marketing materials. Everything having to do with intel's products and services and it turns out that despite the fact that translation so expensive it's typically less expensive than offering new content from scratch every day work in the second sort of operational constraint is companies generally want a consistent brand across their products and services. If you're offering things in different locales you've got a lot more people involved. It's very very difficult to control the brand so it's much easier to author in one language. Control the brand messaging there and then localized into a bunch of different languages. So that's kind of the business. Motivation for

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AI for Translating Enterprise Content - with Spence Green of Lilt

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:38 min | 1 year ago

AI for Translating Enterprise Content - with Spence Green of Lilt

"So i know. We're gonna be talking about ai for translation and clearly. That's a a workflow that you folks are impacting. Get an understanding of what it looks like. Now you get a big brand like an intel or some some large company. That's got localize all their web content. How do they do that with people. Sure so dan let me let me. I tell you a story so you can understand what the motivation for doing. This translation is so most people today are familiar with google. Translate and use it when you browse the web and you could translate chrome or you use it on your phone and you'll see this in a lot of consumer devices and that's really useful for these consumer use cases where you on translate a sign you see on the road or you see a restaurant menu or you just want to get a gist of a web page of language that you don't speak okay so that not as widely used. Google translate has had enormous impact. And everybody's familiar with that. The second case. I think it more. Broadly is in business and so our motivation for building. This company was experience. I had about fifteen years ago. I was living overseas in a country. A non english speaking country Were but were. Linguists was spoken as lingua franca. And i had a friend who didn't speak english but spoke the native language of this country and he told me that he was paid less and could not get a job because he didn't speak english. And this occurred to me as a sort of inequality that we don't talk about very much are you can learn a language but you can't control your native language. If you don't speak english it's a barrier to opportunity undertake percent okay so taking that as the premise. Now take got to business. Businesses sell their products and services. And they wanna make those available to people in different languages so that they can do their job so that they can do research for products so that they can learn and presently the way that that is done is by hiring people to type translation. There's assistance used but for the most part it's just hiring human translators to translate much the same way that transition has been done since i don't know before agricultural so what we wanted to do and no machine translation was used so this was about twenty ten when we were learning about this problem. So what we are initial idea was to emma and i met working on google. Translate to take that technology and art meant what translators do the translation. Problem is not a solved problem so we can't fully remove the human translator but we can certainly amplify what they do and if we can do that then we can make it much more affordable inefficient for companies to make all of their information available to anybody who wants it and so for comparison right now companies pay about eighty dollars for an eight and a half by eleven one and a half spaced. Page of twelve point type. So it's very very expensive. Let's ten yeah. Yeah and so we wanna use technology to drive that price down so that for a fixed budget. Companies can localize more of their information. That's good for them. They can grow their business. And it's good for the world because more people have access to the products and services that you and i take for granted. Yeah so. And i guess there's like the equality element here that you're sort of bringing in on the side but clearly it's just like if intel wants people in japan to read their stuff. There's that benefit to right. We were in english primarily we can. We can move our product. Yeah that's right. There's there's four hundred no there's about four hundred million native speakers of english there's about another seven hundred million l two speakers and then there are a couple of hundred million speaking for language. You're talking one and a half million people in the world that speak english that leaves what five and a half billion humanity. Yeah regarding of humanity right so it's it's not just for positive social impact. We're capitalists and this is an opportunity for businesses to to grow their son of customers at eighty bucks a page. I mean that's a business opportunity right the folks that we've seen working on translation of all kinds of pick their lane. Your lane seems to be sort of digital asset. So maybe we'll walk through what that looks like now. So let's say a big company knows a general electric you know they're they're got a new jet engine in they're going to sell it around the world as do normally they're going to create their when it's web pages it sales collateral you probably know the list and then and then they would hire their team of people hopefully have a relationship with who are going to a really nice fine comb job at eighty bucks a page of four for all those different assets that more or less what it looks like now. Yeah that's exactly right. So typically a business will decide we're going to do business in these markets and that's a business decision and then the choices which of their of their english experience because usually companies translating out of english four. You're going to make available in that market and so for example. One of our customers is intel. Everybody knows intel's products and intel sales. They look lies into about sixteen languages right now. And so that's everything that's until dot com product manuals technical specs marketing materials. Everything having to do with intel's products and services and it turns out that despite the fact that translation so expensive it's typically less expensive than offering new content from scratch every day work in the second sort of operational constraint is companies generally want a consistent brand across their products and services. If you're offering things in different locales you've got a lot more people involved. It's very very difficult to control the brand so it's much easier to author in one language. Control the brand messaging there and then localized into a bunch of different languages. So that's kind of the business. Motivation for

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California Nurses Demonstrate Outside Hospitals As COVID Crisis Worsens

Marketplace

04:02 min | 1 year ago

California Nurses Demonstrate Outside Hospitals As COVID Crisis Worsens

"In California. The Corona virus crisis is triggering a battle between hospitals and the state's powerful nurses union. Hospitals run out of staff. The state is asking nurses to take care of more patients at once than they normally would watering down the union's most sacrosanct job protection. A nurse to patient ratio law that so far exists on Lee in California. KQED s health correspondent April de Bosque reports. Normally telemetry. Nurses take care of four patients at once. But now that the governor has relaxed the state's ratio law Norris a black has to keep track of six were given 50% more patients, and we're expected to do 50% more things. With the same amount of time Her patients are sick. Many of them are in the hospital for a stroke or heart attack, and they have coveted black is terrified of missing something or making a mistake. You know, I go home, and I feel like I could have done more. Oh, I could have done this for them. I could have done that for them. But there just wasn't enough time. In recent weeks, the state has excused 170 hospitals from the normal ratio, rules and nurses have taken to the streets in socially distant protests like this one in San Bernadino. Carrying signs that say ratios save lives. They accused hospitals of putting profits over preparing for a surge of lying nurses off over this summer than not hiring or training enough for winter. It seems that the hospitals have been more reactive. Than proactive in their staffing in California's current surge four times as many people are testing positive for the virus compared to the summer peak up to 7000 new patients could be coming to California hospitals every day. That's according to Carmela Coyle, the head of the state's Hospital association. She says. There's no way around the math. We are simply out of nurses out of doctors out of respiratory therapists. Coyle says hospitals have tried to hire contract nurses, but because California's surged early during the summer and other parts of the United States then surged afterwards. Those travel nurses are taken, she says. The change to the ratios is saving lives, and we cannot in the crisis of this proportion, buying nurses and doctors hands with red tape. Coyle says hospitals next step is to try team nursing pulling nurses from the operating room, for example, to help with covert patients. UC San Francisco economics professor joins Spitz says hospitals should have started training for this over the summer, but they didn't either because of costs or excessive optimism. California was doing so well and that we kind of got it under control, and I think there was a lot of belief that we would be able to maintain that spent says the nurses union has reason to be defensive of the ratio law. It took 10 years before it passed the Legislature in 1999, then several more to clear the court challenges, including one from then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as some rally where they were protesting. He made some offhand comment about kicking the nurses but because I'm always kicking death, but that's why they don't like me, which really hardened the opposition to him. Nurses prevailed in the court of public opinion and law, but the battle has made them fiercely protective of ratios. They've even accused hospitals of using the pandemic to try to roll them back for good. Hospitals denied this, and Spence says it's unlikely to go in and say Oh, you clearly did so well without ratios when we let you wave them, So let's just eliminate them entirely, I think would be just adding insult to moral injury to nurses. The public can see that nurses are overworked and burned out by the pandemic spent says there will be little appetite to cut back their job protections once it's over.

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"spence" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I Uh, What? No, My point is, it's a hard job and I can kind of see where the stress comes from, because you always have to keep ahead of you. He's not stressed. This is different than what you're talking about. Everybody else that came back you instead. All hell No. I'm not going back in there. What he's saying is Hail. Hail Alvin, Why don't you take two days off a week? I got this and I got 1000 new ties. It's not stress that led him to do what he did. The one thing I will say is a couple of times I've kind of tell told him like I always do this do you will never take a run at anybody for anything. Well, okay, the number one thing I've tried advice I've tried to give him is Keep it simple, like stupid. Keep it. Yes, and just land a plane. Do you don't you're not. The superstar here just landed right there. Like the stairs Show doing these aerial three sixties and on a dude thinks he's a blue angel pilot. Assuming land the plane many things he's he thinks he's mav up there because One drop. That you think is hilarious will just kill the kill the whole show like Yes, you kill your vibe. Kill your flow like My thing is always killed Tom Hanks. He tried to kill shared belief again. I mean, dude, hell, you go ahead. No, My whole thing is and I'll ended up ended off here. I think I've been talking way too long. Time and place for everything there When you play a drop, you don't just play it just because you hear it. You have to it. You have to be very selective like the tone of the show. Like I know we entertain and I know we do like a lot of fun stuff, but it's kind of, you know. Go on its head, and, you know, we'll talk about serious things like yesterday when you were talking about Irvine like being on fire and everything. If I was here, I would have played the burning drop. That's just common sense. You want to do that great, great great analogy, but written would have burning That you did when I said yesterday, Irvine, Orange County is on fire and we have a problem here, Alban, the town is burning down and we have a pandemic. So we're being told to stay home. But at the same time, thousands of people are being told to evacuate their home. Stay home. Do not leave the home unless your home is on fire, and then we'll discuss what to do. That's not the time to play the burning drop, right? And when we had Harold Spence Junior on when he was talking about that car crash, she got into right. I'm not gonna do the car crash sound effect and had time to die. That's just something you learn not to do. Well, it's that album. All right, I'd walk off on that. Thank you. All right, so our lady plugs shared his thoughts. See what I mean about writ writ. For some reason, rich just intuitively and instinctively moved back into Alvin's share. When Alvin left ID when there was no need to do so. And nobody told him to writ that the segment was fine. There was nothing. There was no drop that need to be played there. There was no execution of anything. And writ wasn't in that chair 30 seconds before he started banging on buttons again. Morning. This guy All right. So what's your reaction? I gotta be honest. I know I have a job to do. I'm not sure if this suits or the programmers appreciate me talking for an hour. No half hour about rid and the show. You know what? My name still on the marquee, so I'm just gonna do it. Which your reaction to it finish off the hour. 1, 806 368686, or if you'd rather participate via social hit me up at Jim Rome. Dear Alvin. Now that I'm becoming more proficient on the soundboard. I want to give you some advice. If any lady clone calls him with heavy topic, Drop a. Come on, Rachel, Shave your back. Come on, Rachel Shave going back in the middle of their call. The boss will love it Regards. Don't care it Red. T off. War writ, laughing maniacally when he steals a handicapped parking spot from an elderly driver deer roam from home. I believe rich actions yesterday were deeply insensitive and tone deaf Regards, T O z agent.

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"spence" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"That's that's that's a fair. Look at at danny garcia. If i'm garcia despite those steve. I am testing that errol spence chin very early spence didn't have any structural damage to his jaw but he had major damage to his teeth to the point where he told me sad at least six procedures done on his teeth he just got back into sparring early october. While james has said he did really well in those sparring sessions and he has no concerns about aerospace. Coming into this fight. If you're a fighter that's had some damage to your mouth that's gotta be in the back of your mind a little bit. No like that like getting hit by a real power punching welterweight and what. It's going to feel like. I mean i don't think garcia should get to focused or zeroed in on one spot and errol spence. You want to go to the body. You want to try different things but given the damage that aerospace suffered to a space. I'd want a test that early and see not only if you can get to it and cause damage yourself. Which is a bit morbid but the way boxing is but also see if spence gets tentative in those situations and doesn't engage like he usually does. Yeah i think that the key for earl spencer's state of mind regarded. How well he can take a punch. I know sparring isn't the same as fighting a huge difference but you know i'm sure in sparring especially when this bar sessions got longer and harder joined the tested his chin and i'm sure that confidence wise he feels he can take a bunch You know the top five. Spank visible and given that. He's coming back against any garcia after the horrific car accident in further sign of our visible. I don't think that in his mind unless he's heard early as you suggest. I don't think there's any doubt that can take our. You've covered a lot of the steve and back and forth and fights that don't happen when they should happen. Where are we with spence and crop right now. Are we reaching a breaking point with that fight. Don't think we're quite at the pac l. mayweather level yet where there was like seven years it seemed like of negotiating those two guys before. They actually stepped in the ring. But it feels to me like we're kinda they're like i have no interest in terence crawford anybody that top rank key. Put him in with whether it's patrick to shera at one fifty. Four even the winner of jose ramirez. Josh taylor. Just don't care at this point likewise on the side i don't need to see a rematch with sean porter. I guess keep thurman intriguing on some levels because thurman only has one loss but we gnocchi is gonna want like at least to tune up fights where he gets into into that type of situation. I think we're there. Steve and i gotta tell you i'm discouraged by what i hear out of both crawford and spence me. Both these guys are saying sixty forty my way. That's obviously a deal breaker for both of them. You have crawford out there. Saying i'm hall of famer with or without aerospace adds. I'm a voter steve. I'm voting for terence crawford like. I'm not not right now. He's ultra talented. But you get in the hall of fame because your resume you get into hall of fame. Because of who beat your. There's a reason spinoff. He's not in the hall of fame. He's undefeated but lost the fight but doesn't have the resume of other guys like say arturo gatti like you need a resume and crawford crawford to say he doesn't need arrow spence. I didn't that just plain wrong. What do you think. I agree percent and also you know. We're talking lettuce year alternately. When a big fight that can be made doesn't get made. I blame the fire. Hurry i don't blame. I don't blame al-hamid it's the fighters job to make five now. The difference between may weather and this is a pack with a lot of people felt became too late. That manning was diminishing shoulder. Injuries was already late thirties. Whatever in this case instill a really good fight between two top fighters near best but again did to bring back a point. I made before it's the marketplace. He's a pay per view five. It's not going to be on showtime it's not going to be on fox okay review fight and as a result. They have to temper their greed and their expectations for purchase. Because neither one of them is the world's largest personality and that's what sells reviews. So you know it's a fight fan fight clearly by will be thanking the heavens if it ever gets made but does it have that transcendental appeal in some fights appetizing by yuri finance. Not necessarily so. I would like the fighters could do temper their enthusiasm about what they can make to be realistic. The easiest way to be realistic about it is to base your purse on paper view by returns. And look. i'm not sure steve. Maybe you can enlighten me. When boxing got away from that but that used to be a staple in boxing. Where you you basically made what you made you know if you sold the pay per view and did big number. You made a boatload of money if you didn't you didn't make quite as much nowadays. Everything's this massive guarantee and that makes promoters understandably a degree gun shy out putting their own money on the lines stuff like this or if you're cropper and spend all this money sure go sell it you you know. I think bob arum said this. We'll do ninety ten in favour of the fighter. Usually it's around eighty twenty. We'll do ninety ten in favour the to make it work. That should be enough. Like you shouldn't get would you can't sell you are. You're worth what you worth. And i feel that's a fight that needs to be based on the number of buys that creates. Well i think that the change in in pay per view fights came with the lower pay per view sales rate you know. There was a period where manny was doing over a million floyd doing well over many consistently. Now is the paper doesn't million or more forgetting tyson from it. That's a huge. How many how. Many megan plus paper of the events that we had in the last five years. I don't know if we've been any tyson. Mike tyson jones so as a result. Since you're not gonna get the upside that you might have gotten used manual flowing. The fighters want bigger per bigger guarantees. It's understandable but they have to be relisted. And i don't think they always are now. They're they're definitely not. Let me finish with a fight. This past weekend. Steve that i was at down in florida. Daniel jacobs against gabe. Rosado jacobs a former hundred sixty pounds title holder. This was effectively supposed to be a stay busy fight for jacobs. It wound up being a lot closer. He wants split decision over. Gabriel rosado one. fifteen one. Thirteen all the way around that fights. And i guess by question is did jacob. Suffer did his brand suffer as a result of that. This was a guy that coming into. That fight wasn't a pretty strong position if he had knocked out or stopped. Gabe rosado in an impressive fashion. He would have been a sought after commodity from multiple promotional outfits whether it was match room which is trying to fight for billy joe saunders. Pbc has kayla plant. Also david benner visas some other names at one hundred and sixty pounds including jamaal charles. Oh in the aftermath of this fight jacobs still sought after commodity in your mind and think for them really big fights which of course includes go off and probably also out. Danny's the biggest side. I mean he was the big side before four. John still decide he's very attractive. Decides if our good fighter but i tell you this a lot of times where we see a boring fight we go well style. I understand why i was born. Gave was that does not a. It was usually boring fights. Opposite so i was very surprised by that but i don't think i don't think it.

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"spence" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"With steve. Far hood the boxing hall of famer showtime boxing analyst locked going on in the sport right now get mike tyson doing huge numbers with his fight against roy jones. You've got errol spence. And danny garcia coming up this weekend and daniel jacobs did his stock take a hit with a lackluster. Performance gets gabor's donald. Last weekend. I talked to steve far. But that and much more a little bit. Later on billy joe saunders. Wbo hundred and sixty eight pound title older. He has gotten a fight against martin. Murray on friday. I talked to him about that. I talked about his future. He was in line to face canelo at one point. Can he still get kello. And if he can't daniel jacobs to beatrice andrey these two guys both want peace boom. Does he want one of those spice quick housekeeping note. If you like this podcast very easy way to support it. Get over to apple podcasts. Post a comment leave a rating. It's simple it's easy it's free. It's the best way to make sure that we keep to his podcast week after week. That's it all right onto the show. This is the sports illustrated boxing. Podcast boxing a look inside. Boxing would sports illustrated's interviews analysis. And everything going on in boxes and now a man who. I wish was called the boston leader. There's no it's sort of like getting punched in the face. Steve far hood is a boxing hall of famer former editor former writer. Now the showtime boxing analyst everything in the boxing world including joining me. Here on the podcast every so often. Steve appreciate your time and good to see again to you. Chris and it's been a while since we've done this. Some nice piece by the ryan. Garcia really enjoyed it. I appreciate that ryan. I think ryan and we can actually touch on this year. I mean you know. It's been a long time steve. Since boxing's had kind of a breakthrough star and most certainly ryan has to show the talent. I like you've got to back it up with the goods in the ring. But if he does he's the kind of guy that could break through. I think given the instagram following the looks the kind of the ability to be a late night tv show type of guy and i think he's boxing's best hope since since delahoya frankly that was back thousands. I could see it of course as you say he has to prove it in the ring. But you know there's one thing that he's going to have to face. And i'm sure you understand this already but i think back to the quote unquote golden boys of the sugar. Ray leonard was basically ask another way. It was certainly nickel what these guys have to overcome. Even though they're as good as they are and in the case of rain he's the best fighter i've seen in two years. His oscar probably little underwritten. What everybody wants on lost some but certainly the public tennessee to downgrade these guys because takeover go. I mean ray. Leonard with not respected by the all old school. Boxing is because they thought he was the golden boy and wasn't legit of media creation and he was a fan creation. Same would ask to degree. And of course all that's true but those two certainly proved themselves in the ryan is going to have to do it against campbell and then after that but that's that's a criticism that he's gonna face probably quite a while. Yeah i think cam there or not. I think campbell is a great opportunity to silence some of the critics not all because campbell's on the level but he's certainly a b. level type of guy and if he can do what he did to to do no and defense ak- to campbell we could ask momentum byron garcia twenty twenty one and as you know steve. It's not titles that matter in boxing popularity. Why bob arum is talking about ramsey. That's why floyd mayweather team is talking about ryan garcia. He has the popularity of back. It up so yeah and maybe we're seeing a little bit of his shift for how long have have talked about the welterweight division being the best in boxing because we had many employed at peaks and then after that thurman garcia order central crawford maybe the lightweight division given. I mean the amount of talent at a young age and the potential matchups is staggering. And that doesn't mean it's going to happen. Because now fighters fight less and there's the political issues obviously different promoters. But you know with haney and vo peasant. I mean maybe garcia. We add to that list. It's really potentially fantastic. I like the attitude of these guys to at least they're saying the right things when it comes to making these fights sooner rather than later all right. Let's talk about a guy whose reputation is largely been attacked a boxing hall of famer mike tyson. Back in the ring. Steve this past weekend facing off against roy jones junior. I gotta tell you. This was a lot better than i thought it was going to be. I thought it was going to be closer to what we saw. Tyson do against corey sanders. Back in two thousand six where they just kind of muddled around the ring. For a few rounds tyson actually held up corrie sanders at one boy from him being knocked down and the crowd youngstown. Ohio was chanting. Bs at the end of that this a little bit different. I mean tyson was in shape tyson the way he was swinging. At least it made you wonder. Could he connect and knock out roy jones. Now roy looked like he'd been training with me over the last was like it. Just didn't look like he was in any kind of shape but what i saw to. Tyson there steve. He made that fund. I've seen the early reporting on the pay per view buys that cleared a million. The production of that event was excellent takeaways from tyson jones. Well the mix of of the rap and the boxing could largely explain the ridiculous ridiculously numbers. You know still about tyson. it's about tyson. Tyson was the sale. Now roy jones a couple of things part of tyson's appeal following in the footsteps of people like my share part of the longevity of a list. Celebrities reinventing yourself and you know tyson. It's hard for people. Maybe my age certainly your age or younger than me. It's hard to imagine that it is a generation that doesn't know in see him fight he's reinventing himself and now he's like cuddly old mike tyson. We saw an in his prime. Obviously we have to interview them and worry if you're going to make it out of the hospital so that's part of the appeal. I think the other thing is. I was very surprised at how i had very low expectations but i was very surprised at how the fight was received the most part i saw online newspapers. It was described as exciting. Where that will that. This was exciting. I didn't think it was exciting. It all roy. Jones one hundred percent because i thought tyson did what he was doing. The appeal of tyson remains exactly what it was. You take your head off arch. Roy did nothing but moving whole it wasn't a very interesting fight. Then he passed the issue. Put down a scorecard forever. That's for sure. But i think it did well for tyson's future whenever that is in this regard and roy. I hope we don't.

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Becoming New Parents with Michael Bosstick and Lauryn Evarts Bosstick of The Skinny Confidential Podcast

Raising Good Humans

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Becoming New Parents with Michael Bosstick and Lauryn Evarts Bosstick of The Skinny Confidential Podcast

"So in developmental research three parenting styles that are that you typically see across all cultures apart from neglect. Which obviously we're not talking about that on parenting podcast but So one is called authoritarian. And it's when you are super strict and you have really high expectations and sort of almost fear based parenting but in terms of emotional sensitivity. You're not there and so then. The other side of it is permissive. Parenting where it's like a free for all best friend. Parenting super sensitive to your child's emotional needs not a lot of boundaries not a lot of limit setting and then in this middle spot when you combine you guys is called authoritative parenting. And it's when you have sensitive warm nurturing and also very clear expectations in boundaries and that sort of combination allows kids to kind of grow in a way that they can be their emotional selves. But also they're gonna do something they're going to be able to you know sleep through the night if we're talking about babies or have a job whatever whatever the example is and so it sounds like you know usually you kind of copy a little bit about the parent the a little bit of the parenting that you experienced so did you have more permissive. Open parents or were they. It's funny because i think i married my mother and he thinks he married his father like personality personality wise. Yeah yeah. My mother was definitely more strict. More about more about Structure whereas my father was definitely more like me. Do you want to hear the more. The interesting thing is like. I do agree with that. But also i think that as i've gotten older maybe i'm more like my mother and as she's gotten older she's more like her father which is dynamic. And i think like selfishly. I talk about this on our podcast. The reason i liked the schedule. I i think we should prepaid lauren and i when we had the baby. We're both working fulltime doing their media and she's actually glad you said that because that is why i asked that question is you're you're both fulltime working here like after. We had the baby in january. And i went back to work two weeks and fortunately covert and if there is back to work when i was actually pushing getting texas but when i was in labor with covid hit straight back to work two weeks running. Intermediate and covert hypnosis. Go after kind of go back to the house. And i'm actually really happy if there isn't a silver lining spent so much time but the reason we we had a night nurse in the beginning. 'cause we were both fulltime and had we have no family in l. a. Was just us two. She helped us put the baby on a sleep schedule and find time to eat and just really taught us things. We had no clue what we're doing at all like both. We're not maybe people before and selfishly. I like the schedule. Because i know if i follow the schedule it gives me the most time with the child because if she's all over the place and sleeping when i'm working when i'm not then both of us don't get spence. I look at analogy. I know when she's when she's sleeping. Which is eating and maximize the time with her It's just kind of fell into this at the same time like last night. It was nine o'clock and she was still up in. That's not her schedule. she's supposed to be in bed at seven thirty. But i'm the type of person that's adoptable to that. She what she didn't want to go to sleep. She didn't feel good. She's teething so i brought her in my room. I turned on the salt rock lamp. I put like red light for her meditation music and i think six months ago he win like we can't do this can the and now he's sort of adopted to the fact that not everything is going to be on time all the time. There's going to be different circumstances. You have to be more valuable so it together. It's it's coming together nicely. I do think that it's like definitely a learning experience for about the west. That like you said and so we so six months. You've actually fully been covid. Parents entire january twenty six. So we we get like a month. You've got a month. I think for babies they. They were living their best life. There couldn't be anything better. You're

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Ohio River reopened to water traffic following inspection of Brent Spence Bridge

America's Truckin' Network

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio River reopened to water traffic following inspection of Brent Spence Bridge

"Has an inspection of the Brent Spence Bridge continues after a crash legible large semi truck fire early Wednesday. One type of traffic can resume near the structure. The Ohio River was reopened toe water traffic. It's Cincinnati on Saturday night by the coast Guard after a go ahead From the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Steel samples were sent Friday to a lab in Louisville to try and detect any change in chemical structure that lab testing along with the test Saturday of the metals hardness at the bridge site gave inspectors the confirmation they needed to be able to reopen traffic on the water. But not on the I 75 bridge itself. It remains closed. This is Kentucky Transportation Secretary Jim Gray. We know that there's disruption. And we want To do our best to remedy that disruption as quickly as we can. But we ask your patients on these closures as we proceed, and we'll keep you

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Kentucky Supreme Court upholds Gov. Beshear's mask mandate, emergency restrictions

Scott Sloan

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky Supreme Court upholds Gov. Beshear's mask mandate, emergency restrictions

"Emergency orders related to covet. Put restrictions on businesses and people Governor Bashir is planning on giving an update on the still closed Brent Spence Bridge coming up in an hour. We will carry that for you Live Trump campaign adviser Koylu in Taos. Key has tested positive for Corona virus.

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How Dancing Got This Homeless Woman Hired

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

03:58 min | 1 year ago

How Dancing Got This Homeless Woman Hired

"I love these inspiring stories of someone. Making progress. Says all this article. This went viral this story I'm about to share with you this. Particular article comes from People magazine. The inspiring story of a young woman who's happy dance went viral. After she accepted a job offer. Colli Jones recently went viral. With her dance after she as the reason job interview and in the parking lot was caught on security cameras on September twenty-ninth. Jones met manager dicara Spence interview for a server. Opening at the spot, which is a restaurant outside of Atlanta metropolitan area that point. Jones had been homeless for two years of struggling to find work during the corona virus. Spence. Who did the interview said she had a great energy about her I fell to when she walked in. She was very positive. The interview went well, and when Jones left the restaurant a short time later she celebrated by dancing in the parking lot. She did not know that Spence would see her or watch her celebration through the security camera. Jones said I was excited when I got outside I didn't know that the cameras were on me with the spontaneous celebration spins knew she had found a perfect fit for the team and Jones I called her phone. And said, I'm going to hire you and I've seen you do the happy dance you can continue dancing. She was just screaming through the phone. It was a beautiful moment for me. Now here's why I love this this young lady Collide Jones. Homeless unemployed. Homeless for nearly two years. She goes in does the interview she feels so good about the she knew she did great. She wasn't aware that she was going to get the job. She felt really good about it. And she allowed herself. In the midst of tremendous uncertainty, two years, folks of being homeless. She allows herself a moment of celebration to say I, feel like I nailed that one that went really really well, and you've got to imagine that that's one of the few things that had gone well for her and she allows this moment to overtake her having no idea. That she was being washed on the security cameras and. She really already had the job, but that's certainly. Locked it in so unbelievable. well-spent. The hiring manager posted the video to social media and it's been viewed by millions. And Jones's comet was I was going through so much. This is collide as the gala got the interview they got the job. She said I was going through so much at that point when I was given this chance and this opportunity I was so elated. So excited. So overwhelmed. To the point that no one understood how happy and accomplished I felt at that moment. So she had a she had a wonderful wonderful response and you know the reasons gone viral is because we as human beings need two things. Number One We always need positive stories. To hold onto in the midst of our own. Struggles in our own grind. And then we need to see other people winning. It's not just that we need a positive story in something good to hang onto in the midst of this corona pandemic. In all of the things that have been thrown completely helter skelter result of it is not that we just need some positive optimistic. Touches. We also in the best of times, still need to see other people winning. We get excited when we see other people win the reason we like watching these things in listening to these things is because it spurs US along. So Colli thank you for your happy dates it has helped and encouraged so many people.

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White House chief of staff: ‘We are not going to control the pandemic'

WBZ Overnight News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

White House chief of staff: ‘We are not going to control the pandemic'

"Vice president Mike Pence kept a packed schedule of campaigning on Sunday after five senior staffers of his tested positive for the Corona virus. Spence is chief of staff. Mark Short is one of those infected with the virus. The White House chief of staff defendant Pence's public campaigning despite potentially being exposed and sparked new controversy. With this exchange. We're not going to control the pandemic, we are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, Therapeutics and other mitigating we're going to Gary, but because it is a contagious virus, just like the former vice president Joe Biden issued a statement saying in part White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows stunningly admitted this morning that the administration has given up on even trying to control this pandemic that they've given up on their basic duty to protect the American people. And that was CBS's Tom Hanson reporting

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A radically different Prime Day: Heres what to expect

The 3:59

08:58 min | 1 year ago

A radically different Prime Day: Heres what to expect

"Prime Day is this week the fact of the coronavirus it's happening far later in the year right ahead of black Friday. So what are we expecting? I'm Roger Chang and this is your daily charge with me is retail expert and daily charge regular Fox ribbon welcome Ben. Prime Day is hitting tomorrow. What are you expecting? So many deals so many deals in so many saves. What like just alive. I know I know I'm sounding sarcastic but it is true. This is basically the unofficial kickoff to the holiday selling season not just for Amazon but Amazon has basically figured out a way to dictate to every other retailer when to start their deals for the holidays. So what will be very interesting is to see. How much the steals away from Black Friday and cyber Monday because it could actually be pretty notable this year unlike in previous years where Prime Day was July was kind of its own thing, right? That's a really good point and. One cares about in terms of were stretching out the holiday shopping season longer than ever I feel like it's it's starting even sooner now, and as you said, it's sort of the prime day unofficially kicks off the holiday shopping season. With. Black Friday at the end of next month and Prime Day Nalic. Is there a risk of retail overload people just being inundated sales like how long can this keep up? No, they're absolutely could be a situation with retail overload. and. That's why I'm sure a lot of retailers are front loading some of their best black Friday deals around Prime Day. We've already seen it with best buy Walmart target. They're all announcing you know these delays and you know the big save and all that other nonsense but that's that's because. the economy is lousy unemployment is way up and there's no stimulus. If there was a stimulus there, there was a general impression in the retail world from analysts that I talked to that Amazon was in essence trying to hold its breath long enough for another stimulus to come through because when the last one came through, there was a huge surge in consumer spending for all sorts of things work from home gear entertainment. People are renovating their houses, all sorts of stuff, and you know had DC gotten its act together. This could have been very well timed for that where all the retailers we're going to get a nice big benefit. So Black Friday might be saved by the potential of a stimulus happening around November to late November. But as we know that is not guaranteed. We've been holding our breath and waiting for another stimulus Watson's May. So, that could mean that black Friday will definitely have plenty of deals bud a lot of consumers because of the economic situation that we're in. They're not gonNa have as much of what what's the word like as much ammunition because they've already been ex they've already exhausted their budgets around Prime Day. So they're just not gonNA have as much money to spend around black Friday cyber Monday. So in that respect in terms of. I guess being a smart buyer and trying to get the best deals is it's Margaret by early or would it be smarter to wait? Till you know everyone else's sort of exhausted from the buying scoop in those last minute deals. Okay. So I don't want like come off as being like you know by by by whatever guide like I frankly don't care if you buy holiday gifts or not. That's not really my job here. However, if you are buying stuff for the holidays, if you do have things that you wanNA, buy every single indication. Points to buying early, and there are a number of reasons for that. One of them is there have been massive supply chain constraints throughout the year because of Corona virus, any high demand items which include work from home stuff electrtonics anything that you think your neighbor might wind everybody else wants to, and that could run out a lot faster this holiday season. So that's a reason to buy early another reason by. Early. Is Because of delivery times. So delivery shipments, everybody's buying online a lot more deliveries or bottle necking. I don't need to remind people that there's also a lot more ballots by mail. That's GONNA put in additional strain on the US Postal Service. So that's another very, very good reason a by early. So do I care whether you buy on Prime Day or not? No absolutely not I don't care if. You got a toaster bite if you WANNA toaster, you should buy it around Prime Day. So hopefully, I conveyed that well enough because I'm not I'm not trying to get you to buy anything by if that is very clear and direct advice related to if you want to buy something and you have the money to it, that's that's great and thank you. You've successfully convinced me to not by test or now. So, beyond the beyond the timing, which is obviously very different primed is usually in the middle summer. What else can we expect that that's going to be different about this prime day? So the thing that I find most interesting or useful related to this is kind of like the social awareness element that Amos on is embedding into Prime Day. So this has been a really difficult year. Everybody's working from home, they're doing remote learning and so there. It's not like super upfront as far as like they're they're China plaster, their website with black lives matter banners, which which they did by the way earlier this year. But they are doing a couple of special deals like for instance, if you spend ten dollars on small businesses. That are that are on its website. Amazon will then give you like Amazon pays for it a ten dollar gift certificate that you can spend on prime day. So that's a really obvious way to benefit small businesses. There are also really promoting their charitable feature, which is called Amazon smile. So I, these are these are you know little ways but still very useful ways for them to use primed as a platform to. Actually benefit smaller businesses charities a lot of places that have been hurting during coronavirus and do it in such a way that like you know we're still we're still celebrating this big sale. So we're not trying to like remind you of how awful things are but also be aware that like, Hey, if you if you do spend like there could actually be like a social benefit related to it as well. Judge. And for Amazon like how big of deal is prime day going to be it's This going to be like previous ones will the coronavirus have an impact either positive or negative? What what are we looking at? This will definitely be I can't say definitely because I don't have a crystal ball, but this is expected to be the biggest prime day yet, and a lot of that has to do with the fact that just you know people are buying online a lot more this year in general My expectation is is that this is actually going to be a bigger deal for traditional retailers in small businesses. Amazon has been selling like crazy all year. Regardless they're gonNA do really well on prime day to they're going to do really well on black Friday and cyber Monday. By kind of halo effect that black that Prime Day is going to create I, think is going to help a lot of these other retailers that have been in more of a bind in more difficulty this year. So in that regard, the way to go prime day you know you're you're helping more retailers go into bankruptcy protection even though they've traditionally driven a bunch of them into bankruptcy protection there helping them stave off bankruptcy protection got it, and like looking at them from the consumer perspective, what are they? They really in the mood to spend spence ban and go crazy with shopping this holiday season yeah absolutely I think people you know they would like the distraction number one. Of something that's not constantly reminding them of the Corona virus and the election which is exhausting both of those are exhausting and They need stuff Amazon in their advertising about this really focuses more on the practicality of prime day like stuff that you need around your house like home entertainment stuff work from home stuff they're trying to emphasize that a little bit more, and if you could get a deal on that and you could use it and it makes your life a little bit easier then great that's fantastic and get a deal on it. So yeah, I think. Consumers will definitely be into it, and if they can front load some of their holiday spending and get get some savings on stuff that he's going to go out of stock earlier than than more power to you. So yeah, I definitely expect consumers to show up in a big way for prime day this year

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Interview with Jeremy Stoppelman of Yelp

How I Built This

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Jeremy Stoppelman of Yelp

"This industry has just been absolutely hammered unlike any other industry travel leisure as well. So many people go to yelp for restaurants. So did you anticipate that pretty quickly early on that restaurants we're going to get hit or did that come as a surprise to you? We had some sense that restaurants are gonNA, get hit. What of our? More Cedar product managers of Chinese person who had lots of contacts in China and was relying like all the changes that restaurants were going through in. China to try and adapt at the outset of the pandemic like this is crazy. They're doing all these things with temperature checks at the door like delivered new delivery things partitions, and it just seemed so unlikely that that could be our reality especially at that time call it early March, we were studying this and everything still felt normal but it was you know pretty soon we could start seeing impacts in some of the cities that were hardest hit in the. US. So for example, Seattle and You. Know that obviously got US thinking about business ramifications and okay restaurants, which is a big portion of our traffic are going to be hard hit. You know what can we do? We weren't going to charge restaurants for instance, for that period where traffic was following and even if they were getting some value, you know the everyone is thrown into total chaos and like there really isn't a whole lot of point to advertising. Traffic is falling like that. So so pulling together, a bunch of different things to support the restaurant nightlife industry at a time, became a big priority and ultimately culminated with about thirty two million dollars, worth of forgiven fees and young. To Support Restaurants Jeremy Your Business Model depends largely on advertising on businesses that advertise on the platform and businesses that depend on ads have had a difficult time because companies are cutting back on their ad spence. For obvious reasons, they've got to preserve cash in many cases. And this has actually pretty dramatically affected your business yelps business right I mean over the over the past year that was one of the scariest things a particularly about march in April you know in a pandemic especially as things are shutting down. WHO's buying advertise wait? So that was my great fear was you know is our revenue going to go toward zero like maybe it's not zero, but is it going to go towards zero pretty darn quickly. We had some very stressful difficult conversations around my the different potentially catastrophic scenarios. What would we do? How do we survive you know? Is there a freeze? The company amber type strategy literally was something we were talking about like where we just go down to the skeleton of staff fits a nuclear winter type of situation. Fortunately, the world did start to re stabilize and as the panic subsided, there were businesses that actually were doing even finer good You know like as all of us were sheltered at home. Suddenly if your toilet backed up, you're calling the plot a plot. Being more busier and some people started moving later in the pandemic mover traffic was doing reasonably well and so there ended up being areas of our business because we are diversified we're no obviously widely for restaurants, but we also have. Reviews and customers in all sorts of local services categories as well. Area of the business has been quite resilient contractors and and and so on. Interesting I remember when you on the podcast you talked about to crisis moments I remember was when you were x dot com and you were just Totally, terrified that I think that pay pal was gonna like crush you guys and you'd sleepless nights about that and then the other one was when you started yelp and nobody came to the party like it was really just didn't gain any traction in the in the months many months and you will really worried you had a lot of anxiety about and you talked about that and this sounds like even more intense what you went through in March and April. Just probably personally, I? mean. Planning for a nuclear winter. But in in some senses like I wonder whether anticipating that possibility actually was in a sense probably the best way to game out what your strategy would be. Because in the end, it didn't work out that way but it but you were planning for the worst. Yeah. One of the things that I would say was beneficial of going to that awful place in our minds with I'd say at the early part of the pandemic, it's hard for people to really wrap their heads around the scope of the problem how big the problem is how it's going to change our lives it just seems. Unbelievable. and. so by forcing other executives managers, etc start thinking about this, this could be the big one just so to speak. You know it gets you into a brain's base that did shift everyone's thinking to. The A big problem. We have to take this extremely seriously, and there's going to be big changes and moves that none of us are going to like we have to do to ensure the survival

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The Color of your Plates and Bowls

Home Space and Reason

03:56 min | 1 year ago

The Color of your Plates and Bowls

"I recently received a text from a dear friend of mine that read what are your thoughts on brightly colored dishes. I found some online that I absolutely love but I don't want to be stuck with something that might not go great in our house in the long run I like the plates and bowls so much that I might consider a planning a room around them though. To which my answer was there is actually a lot of psychology behind this and I should do a whole episode just on this question. So here we are when I looked on Pinterest, the category of Michelin Star Pleading, not, surprisingly, the images that came up were either in white or black plates leaving the business of dazzling you and your taste buds up to the food. I tried the search again using the words food plating and again white and black plates dominated the screen. As. A lifelong photographer myself. One of my most favorite areas of work was clary photography and when photographing in restaurants, the star of the show had to be the food itself with ambiance coming in as a close second after all, why do we go there in the first place to indulge in wonderful food that you yourself don't have to cook and to be embraced in an environment that allows you to linger and enjoy good company the same holds true in your home. According to an article by NPR, which I will site in the podcast notes Charles spent an experimental psychologist at Oxford. University who has dedicated his career to studying how environment affects the way we experience food and drink he has found for example that the weight and color of our utensils can affect how sweet or salty of food tastes. And people tend to enjoy the same dish more when it has a longer more descriptive name. In, the perfect meal, the multi sensory science of food and dining spence and psychologist betting pick yetters fiszman in the Netherlands explore how even the most minute adjustments can enhance the dining experience. The perfect meal means something different to everyone spent says, but there are commonalities and the quest of looking for the perfect meal leads to a lot of interesting research. As any good chef will tell you how the food is arranged on a plate makes a big difference. When the plating is artistic people tend to enjoy the food more than if the same ingredients were just dumped on the plate spence and his colleagues found that people enjoyed solid more when it was played it to resemble a Candan ski painting. The shape and color of the dinner where can affect taste as well in general round white fleet tend to enhance sweet flavors in food whereas black angular plates tend to bring out more savory flavors and serving food on a red plate tends to reduce the amount diners eat. Why we know that if we change the actual color of the food or drink, it can change the taste and flavour he says. For, example Dia Glass of Sauvignon Blanc read and your brain may trick you into thinking. It tastes more like a Merlot. The same food can look different when it's based on different color plates spent says and flavor our perception.

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Protests could accelerate spread of coronavirus, experts say

Fox News Sunday

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Protests could accelerate spread of coronavirus, experts say

"Public health experts now fear that the massive protests in many major cities could feel an uptick in the number of coronavirus cases virtually no social distancing and very few people are wearing masks add to that smoke from fires and tear gas which makes people cough you've got a deadly recipe there for possible new infections but many protesters don't care others say they have no choice Spence Ingram a black woman in Atlanta who marched to the state capitol on Friday said quote it's not okay then in the middle of a pandemic we have to be out here risking our lives but I have to protest for my life and fight for my life all the

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"spence" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Money issues aside the time spent at the retreat hostile to me two things three six are against bone hi meet community yes and that everyone seems to agree on the questions they get asked the most and people always asking where it's like maybe a way people use that term but it's not always like that in my it will be like this how can you just maybe yes I asked them not to and almost every several gate rolled her eyes and gave me the exact same answer for me I think I've always been in the mindset that I know it's not my baby number one this is not my baby I was very aware there's no G. any to me and I was just holding her it feels a little bit like babysitting but with love people that would be like well you're really going to give this baby up in and it's like I always took the opportunity to to educate people it was never mind in the first place it is not my ache it is not my husband's sperm that's okay this is my choice and I'm okay with my choice my family's okay with my choice and I'm sorry that you can't wrap your little tiny brain around this awesome experience back to the delivery room at the top of the program the price yeah after sixteen hours of labor my research has given birth to a surrogate baby garden the hair as the most here that I've had it in the womb maybe Spence whole yon castle stands by her bed very sad good to meet them for the first time just days before the birth the suit well my limit because I had everyone there you know because I'm giving birth and.

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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Okay that sucks but guess what now the fight was spent it's at this level that you can really dictate and the more fights that would be the more they fall under their thumb if he is spent Crawford Loses to Thurman or Garcia or porter or pack or whoever that's under that PC stable guess what now you have that fight now you kinda get that momentum and you bring it to spence so that would be. I think the smart thing for Outta do I can't see why ness disagrees. Check out the bad business sense every day. So my man wants you to and please don't interrupt. He wants you to do business with Bob with Danny and Crawford and take fifty percent and then obviously Crawford is the favourite so if he wins Crawford's profile raises are made fifty plus plus plus loss. A fighter right. And then he's going to go take fifty percent verses Earl and but when he could just use his own fighters to make one super side. You see how simple that is those fighters instead of helping Bob do his job and promote his fighter he he would just use his own fighters to fight each other and out of that dust one super fighter emerges so if earl beats everybody. He's the super fighter. If Danny Somehow hold on if Danny somehow upsets earl right you know patio all of a sudden licking his chops like we could take flat for the Danny. You see so regardless you get in the super fighter out of that side. Now we're GONNA get paid as the call in Sopa. Fight a fucking talk about Daddy. Never would've fight Blah Blah Blah Blah dumb shit. That they don't know nothing about mathematics and economics business. But we're talking about a supervisor. Eisai is definitely going to be a sod. Definitely going to be the bigger more popular fighter you know all the shit that Madison on top of that. Exactly all that matters on boxing. You know what I mean but very low. You're you got a row. Quick understand that like imagine that for a second if spence goes for the next two years three years. 'cause take that's how long it would take him to wipe out the stable that that necessarily now here and how you doing very bad math. If he gets by Thurman no no see. You're trying to be gullible right now. Like this is like you say all all of a sudden. He's lost his boxing knowledge and Earl. Who's already come out yet. Everything I'm sorry Blah Blah Earl. Already say yesterday. I'm not given KIEF show but doubts okay but I'm not enough of what he's ambition off of what you said. I'm arguing your point. I'm not arguing. His we don't need the FI. Keep the people that he's GonNa fight why I said it was only a year and a half is three names. If PAT COW PICK SOME IS PAC L. If not he's fighting Danny ended this year to fights next year. Which again are either pack Ya. Yeah and Crawford Crawford why not feed? So where's the business in feeding? Spencer's leftovers to Crawford leftovers. Like who Sean Paul Day he fights Garcia I or Shawn Porter shirt. Let's say spence fights and then after Garcia and Spence Garcia loses and fights Crawford is not going to happen. I mean you know what you know what you know what that's no other. It happens whereas the last November as business. No wait wait. That is business. Though that crossed our will be more open to letting quote unquote a hypothetical. Danny that lost to earl in on already. Big Unification paper say leftovers. No No. You're saying that disrespectful SIP. Because guess what guess. What daily offer daily Fights Crawford? It's the biggest fight in all of his career. So don't say that this is what I'm saying. We've got a Seattle business. That in that like eleven business church is good business it is good business for our amp because after you use any with earl. You're giving Danny a lifeline. Now by throwing them to top rank for a title shot when he already lost to Krief in the welterweight title bout. He lost to Sean in a welterweight title. Bow and now he lost to earl in a welterweight lie pathetic. So so. So yeah you doing your fucking was the. We're always pronouncing around fiduciary duty by by by giving Danny that Crawford last option. But that's the smart way last. You don't do fifty fifty before you got those three guys there. That's when it makes sense and it makes sense for Bob Arum because who at hypothetically let's talk about the hypothetical now right who will tell us Brooke and then who then Danny the way he said but if it goes that way but if it doesn't then what or he could have porter didn't exactly exactly I porter came off with enough cachet that you know immediately we were saying you were Crawford. I think it could be done. I think I think I think they do like to seventy five. I think they do to seventy five to maybe even three hundred they promote their shit right. You know what I mean. `specially now offer cove in nineteen. That's the right pay per view because look it's about options and what are available to you. Danny's not going for one bell. But but but sean already had his opportunity to belts. He just lost in unification so for him. It's the same scenario. We just gave a hypothetical. Danny is like you already lost to earl. You already lost to Keith. Come on let's make let's try and get ugly gold risks though put himself in a situation where like let's say they do Crawford and In a Garcia pay per view after Spence Garcia pay per view and Crawford like out does him in numbers. You know what I'm saying like you think our risk that happening no because at that point. That's what I'm trying to tell you. At that point you are doing a better job for Danny. You don't get it Danny would have lost to the three top four or three of the top five hypothetical wealthy. Why he threw in the fiduciary. That's why I do what the words I'm asking about. The negative of Burger is no negative. That's what I'm trying to Enrica. Just said do words if you don't think it's a negative. That's fine I get the positive. I get the positive. I'm just saying I on that right. I know all right so now. I know Crawford is Definitely lean towards Brooke Spence. Danny but then we got manny Pacquiao going against either the. Mikey Okon to me. It makes more sense for Khan to fight. Pack you out and vice versa. Because of the six hundred that came out of nowhere facing Canelo tack yacht out this fight next week to fight Keep their knock. Keep doing Amir Khan and it's going to be a high number pay per view or zone. Whatever we see it on platform wise though you see like the parallels like that like you think it's the same kind of announcement I I think. No I don't I'm just saying if it is whoever pack Ya fights is GonNa be a big viewership exactly right so and I think Amir Khan is the one. That's GonNa be a big turnout than a mighty Garcia so. My three fights at the end that makes sense now to me and I see matching up after cove. It is going to be spent Garcia Dan that is and Kell Brook versus Terence Terence Crawford Manny Pacquiao vs. Amir Khan Bro. Listen this is the nicest I'm going to be. It's the coffee it could be the the added. Collagen sort of coffee. It could beat Ajay. But the the blueprint I think. God just enlighten me Sean. Porter straight pay per view if they want to be generous to boxing fans coming out of covert fuck. Espn championship boxing. Super Promotion. Make a great his next. Fight Bob gotta go for Gusto. He got to pay the money. He gotTA DO Mikey Garcia. Neck's cross set those two fights Crawford Sean Florida. Mikey put him over the top and put him right where he needs to be to be. You know earl commercial commercially that makes sense and and they got their common opponent right. Mikey Garcia exactly and add Levin said the next fights are gonNA be studio fights. He forecast right so predicted. So what does that mean that means pay of you? It is only could be pay per view got on on Mario can answer this. I'm he went back and watched wrestlemainia right on playback and that was done remotely in multiple separate locations to keep the limited people so if they only give fifty people in this building we gotta fifty people crew here and remember another studio another fifty another student. It was not. It was done the same studios done on multiple days. So it's the same thing you're saying just instead of multiple studios. It was multiple days. Does the same studio but different crews came in a different time to shoot different things so I wasn't live though now. No aunt boxing used to be live because then the corruption kicks in you. Know what I'm saying Bernie what Wrestlemainia sold though is so an always on behalf fans and people home exactly and body shop stands and people are home book. Wrestlemainia is usually in a big as venues never small Madison Square Garden. Venue you know this is? This is different times. Berlet we end the days. I'm not saying that I'm extremists with that on this. Open it up give me a final does. I'm just saying I know people will show up at home. I'm not saying that they won't but I am saying that it has to be live. It can't be previously recorded on June night when no one the witnesses and all in all I'm GonNa say is that Whether or not it's a negative. It's still a risk to put Crawford in a position where he could outdo spence in numbers. Pay per view buys whatever And then you have Crawford and Bob Air being able to come to the table and say well look. We did this with the same people he did. Where the A side? And it complicate things. So that is one thing that could be a negative of but generally. I agree with the point that you made I that that is not if not. You already had your final thought. Time to get to the callers. Sure okay originally or go. You're right I got mine and I just went. I smelled into some studio fighting. But I know who's GonNa fight next in my view? What was it worth dispense if he does? Then fight Kelly Brook remember to write his five. Stomach's own I tunes. These calls are brought to you by El Camino electrical services experts in electric vehicle charging stations for consultations and turnkey installation visit us at El Camino electrical services dot com. Alright alright or ride. We're going out to these. Bitches is in the sport total disrespect. Smartest thing if you do stay away from the fact if I'm I'm one hundred million easy..

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"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Listen let's think about you know I ain't GonNa go down that route but we've seen that who are the fury they did. It and money was right. Money was right. Those those got paid well. They did great promotion. We can only hope that Crawford and earl get that level of promotion but forget all the all the politics baby we and we got to solid interviews from both Crawford and earl. There was a of questions and I think this interview answered a lot of them in the sense that for those of US said like. Oh you know I gotta see where. He's had the injury that of that. Well he is motivated by that. He wants to prove those people wrong or prove to them that he is not lost. The step that his reflexes haven't changed that he still the top of the division so he himself is saying that he is motivated again to the level of the Kell Brook fight that he's hungry that the car accident. These are his words. You know we five. No he said when I was five and before I was a champion. Let's say puts pressure. He said he's using the team as a training camp so he still working hard in training and he goes and meets up with Derek. They do power and he does plenty of stuff in the house. You know. This is a new reinvigorated earl right. But I'm GonNa play devil's advocate. Not that I need to. They'll call in and do that. But you know for the sake of the show coffee fans sitting over there saying I you know you you get back into shape. We stay in shape. You know you the get you. Just get in motivated. We been hungry. You know what I mean so year for Bud fan I mean. Earl fans they happy to hear they. Man Ain't big time. No more but buff fans like Bra. My My dubin like this. You know y'all but but it don't matter bin. Bin Not right because defied ain't next week so he's still got time so that's not a real strong Good point good point good point but I bet you they'll use it you know. I guess that's what they call the argument. You know but I mean I still think it is an argument. You know are still like obviously from picking standpoint. You WanNa Pick. The do never left the gym. You WanNa pick the dude. That is an anything negative inside his body. So I mean you know what I mean but then at some point it comes down to fights Yo and and I get all I was in the night man. I really happy that I got the girl that I got. Because it's hard to deal with me so I woke up like three and obviously started getting work posting stuff on Patriot. And excuse me looking for the stuff for the show and I am because it was earl. I watched that whole our interview with Ray Florez on PBS with the one. We're discussing the one. That is the topic of the show where it goes live on instagram. And obviously you know. He says all this juicy stuff and he mentioned his three in order. Paquito Danny terrence not any other order because money is what's important and the big fight is what's important but you know forty something fifty minutes on that and I ended up watching the Earl Spence Kelly. Brook again Bro. I haven't watched that since it happened. I don't really go back and watch. Price Analysis Film Study Tuesday. Which is today will be watching me whether it gusty. Yo check us out right here on. Patron DOT COM forward slash. The box and voice Maybe maybe you're one by the way so yeah listen. He did a lot of underrated. Bodywork people who like to say oh. He lost the first six rounds bright. He was putting in so much work to the body that was investments and. I don't know man. Bodyworks underrated it slows. Your man down. It started opening up the door for the right hook from the South Pole stance and again. I went back to watch that fight because he said an interview. I want to get back to those days. You know what I mean. So I like a man he he. He's a dog to like he took like a minute and dirty out of maybe the fourth round or the author round just to Walk Kell Brook. Down with that mental pressure and I've been sparring with dudes better than me where they just do that. They know you're going to get tired because you ain't been in there so they told they hired me. Just walk you down and you doing all these punches to get him off you and he's just letting you exert your energy bro. Spence did that. Shit last like twenty something seconds. He just let loose on Brook on the ropes now in big. It wasn't a knockout punch. But he landed right hook and he was setting the Temple. He landed a good straight looping left to the body. Listen now next week. Hold on because there's a lot of little things because a lot of people have lost some sort of he's lost some luster in in their eyes. But now we got a lot of clarity. He said he was. He believed this hype. We had another fighter. Didn't interview this at the same thing. He believed the site so he came into the into the Sean Porter and Mikey Garcia fight overweight. He said the night of the fight. Or excuse me the way in the day the way he was in a sauna for our before we even started to sweat so this is a do definitely loss lost sight of the plan. You know what I mean and you know that. He lost sight of the plan because he says Yo. I'm so grateful because I get to come now and make sure my daughter's is set up because that accident happened in heat and have no will. He didn't divide things the way they needed to be divided. You know what I mean. So he got the reset button. God gave him the reset. And sometimes we need clarity but in the religion world would he has now is testimony. You know this could be the moment in his life where he's like. I do believe in God because he walked away from this accident and it's reinvigorated his life. I'm telling you but it was very telling this interview was very very telling of it. I understand though you understand too that like for some people. It's also about the physical right like I hear what you're saying and I agree with you that it's what is this event planning. That's gotta come. Well I think that people also want to see him. Come back to make sure that he didn't lose anything physically from it. He could feel fine. He could feel great. But until you're in the ring with somebody on that level. We can't say for sure that nothing's been taken from him from the accident even if he feels empowered by. That's that's the part. The I saw that in his interview and he said people are questioning that. He has that to prove. Exactly that was. I'm one of those people so I'm not hating on it. I'm just saying Damn I want to see him on a tune-up versus Terence Crawford or manny pack. Yeah but you know if he does and becomes. Victoria's would've Danny Garcia or Manny Pacquiao. It's like wow. He didn't lose anything. Listen another thing that was interesting is the level of respect that he has for many pack cow. Thomas Crawford and Danny Garcia which was strange for me. I thought for sure when he said I'll respect Thurman I think he corny. He knew I wanted him. He can give me a shot now. He wanted an opportunity by by thinking corner. He now fuck with miles you never. He genuine being genuine. He said I'll never have a conversation with him. The Way I had a conversation with Crawford and Danny that was interesting to me for Danny fans. Right 'cause we get a lot of callers who right Danny off who think Danny's a cherry picker thing Danny's the duck and he made it clear. Like Yo Danny had a call. He WanNA fight me. You know what I'm saying so it's funny but at the same time it reminded. He got options man. He waiting for packed out a pick em then he got the Danny option in the. Obviously you know has that Crawford option in about a year. Because I just don't see them being able to make that fight Al Green lighting from the financial stats using that can happen before Crawford faces anyone from PBC like do you think early. Ob- if Bob gets into media and says me an hour talking about that I'm GONNA I'm Gonna. I'm GonNa believe it can happen. Only get has to happen though. Would what do you mean? How do you think that Crawford has to fight somebody from PVC NOT SPENCE? Before he can fight spence or do you think Nah. Nah No I think spence could be his first. Pbc fight at the seat at being leveraged for business for Bob Arum. That would be great for them to do I. I really window. What do you mean leverage like all right Crawford is a hot hot name on your resume? Right hot fight. Big Fight Big payday so you won't Crawford Lacrosse of fight this guy. Pbc I get a big crossover appeal and then Phi Spence. Well I think it's level leverage. Albany say that I could say Janney and then you're GonNa and then you take Crawford expense like Danny this fight by Danny Woohoo with Crawford. I'll tell you. What our has that say now. Bob Is similar similar to how our assets then it makes sense for Bob. Right but I'm saying who does because it says the the the answer to win it makes sense is when there's no more options for me. I'm wondering who terms of fight next. He outgrew yearbook. Halbrook is I mean. I guess that's the what's next. And that's like the lowest of what's next not is actually here. But that's what he got. That's what he's doing next. I mean we could speculate on what's after cal. Issue CAL BROKE. Bro. That's that's it that's it I would issue but I would terrance cauthen. Listen Taryn Crawford. Terence Crawford interview with Kurgan which was just as candid and telling as Earl Spencer's interview. Ray Florez his list is pack out. I write Earl Spence Kell Brook so we already know he not in Earl. Pack HOURS AVAILABLE. Maybe Pactel pick some. It is not my belief that he gets picked by Paco but maybe he picks them so I if pack out maybe doesn't pick them and we know he ain't getting herb because earl going by Danny and Elena and earl go fight crow unless he cash INCR- earl out we. You know we know something you don't know and you ain't no good no more. We're going to go. And they happened in that the minute they give him. Danny we know they still believe in earl if they would have been sending earl straight to. Espn invite him. Then we know shits Shawn Porter anywhere in that mix no not for Crawford. Pvc No he wants Crawford but but but they both are having this ridiculous thing in the media. Where we we gotta talk but we gotTa Talk. But they ain't talk you so but at least at least also mention importer but this got to be highlighted at lease Shawn Porter saying me versus. Thomas Crawford is a fight in twenty twenty that we need to see coming right out of covert nineteen at least a year. He said we got to have a conversation but he also saying obviously that conversation can and well we can fight in twenty twenty he say in and not Crawford but he's saying it at least at least saying because he he also right he also another welterweight. Who had a very candid interview on Instagram? Live with coach Larry Wade and expressed his options where he said. We won't pack you out. I we want Earl Spencer D so smart. Let's say it would be so smart for outed do it that way because like to give. Crawford some to open Crawford up to the PC stable before making the spence fight. Because you do two things one. Let's say Crawford runs through some of your best comp..

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"spence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"spence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Major League Baseball in the union Spence two weeks really the last two weeks and then this is kind of behind the scenes we didn't we weren't privy to all of the negotiations but they spent two weeks and they had players and they had owners and they had agents and different union officials and baseball executives and members of the commissioner's office and they finally came together and they voted that they would accept this proposal from baseball to the union had to accept the proposal from baseball and especially if the deal that gets them through what will obviously be a shortened season had a season unlike any other and they didn't want their league to be seen as one that was so petty and tacky in these difficult times that they were arguing over finances when again many Americans are out of work or have seen their sources of income dry up but they did want to agree on some type of framework because this season won't be like any other and so here's what they agreed on they want to play as many games as possible that's both owners and athletes want to play as many games as possible they're still hoping to return to training camp in mid may you may think that's unrealistic but for now that's the goal they have in mind they would like to start games early as June which when we took our poll earlier this week you all said June is the month that you thought baseball would return so you know many of you think July or not at all in twenty twenty but right now June is the month that they're eyeing for games even if they play in front of no fans and they're also agreeing to be flexible on how deep into October the regular season is extended hands to use neutral sites in warm weather climates or indoor stadiums for playoff games in November that is something else that we heard they're gonna add double header to the schedule up but I think it's really important that players are going to receive a full year of service time now what that means is the arms are going to quibble over how many games they play in twenty twenty if they don't play a hundred games they're still going to allow these players to accrue a year of service and it counts toward free agency it counts toward their pensions obviously accounts toward some of the other negotiating tools they have down the road when there in free agency and arbitration I just think it's great that they put aside some of the minutia and put aside some of maybe their personal the personal worries their personal desires and they came to an agreement after two weeks and decided you know what what's most important is that we get baseball back on the field I thank god that to me was really good news so you can find me on Twitter a all radio also on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence it's good to have you on board our final show of the work week if you've got some good news please share it and straight ahead I don't know how many of you will get through this good news I do I got a touch on it last night I think you're coming up next month we could have the highest rated sporting event in the history of sports on television I'll explain it's after hours with Amy awards.

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"spence" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"spence" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the Brent Spence then between the lateral and Galbraith south seventy five heavy liberty to the bridge and or seventy one between the lateral and Stewart I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW mostly cloudy get on and off again rain chances for the rest of the day on into our Saturday temperatures for tonight dropping down to forty degrees heading into Saturday we're seeing a high of forty two you only and then temperatures will drop after that we'll see some twenties for Saturday night and a chance for some flurries in the afternoon from your server weather station nine first warning forecaster raven Richard newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. wild card and got the tomorrow since you stick with see tex mex often linked with the six seat Titans space the third seed paper the call line you seem to seven hundred sponsored by staples staples has the organizational supplies you need for the new year like planners folders and calendars all at great prices this week twenty twenty desk pad calendars are just three ninety nine each save on all of your office essentials at staples where there's a whole lot more in store in store only up friends one for twenty staples to miss the final weeks of destination moon the Apollo eleven mission it's into the museum center more than twenty objects from the historic mission including buzz Aldrin's I kind of helmet and gloves the Apollo eleven command module.

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