17 Burst results for "Staff Director"

"staff directory" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"staff directory" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Al Lambert back To answer this question. It's our first question today, David and it comes from Robert Rust in Denver, Colorado. And he says, Hey, Fisher and David, I have a brick wall in my years long research into my immigrant ancestor, Henry Rust. 16 18 to 16 84. He was from Norwich UK, died in Massachusetts. He was made a Freeman in Hingham in 16 33. And he doesn't appear in Robert Charles Anderson's Migration series and I can't find a ship arrival information or the name of his wife. There was a published family genealogy from about 18 99 the names her as Hannah with no maiden or surname. Also, no marriage information has been found. Hang them very early records seem to be lost before about 16 40. Whatever help you can give would be appreciated. Cheers. Robert. David, This is your neck of the woods. Yeah, Actually, my Gilman family would have probably attended church with them and hang them at that very same time, which would make Robert Rust ancestor. Friends with Abraham Lincoln's ancestors. His Lincoln's are also from ham, mass. It is very true. The old records were hang them. A lot of the early ones were lost. However. What puzzles me is that Freeman ship so I would love to have Robert. Contact me at any age? Yes, but really easy to do. If you just look at the staff directory, you'll get all my contact information right there. Because the earliest we know and this is, according to Robert Charles Anderson's great Migration Directory. Henry is of unknown origin, so we don't know if he's from Norwich. We also don't have a name of the boat, nor do we have them here any time before 16 37. Now the reason that he would not be included in Robert Charles Anderson's Great Migration series is because that really deals with 16 20 to 16 35 that being said genealogy is like wet cement. If you have a record that states that he's there in 16 33, and you can pinpoint it to us. I would be more than happy to put you in contact with Mr Anderson. And we may have a new discovery to share with people but again, just reach out to me at any. It's Jess. I'm more than happy to share that with Mr Anderson for you. That's a great question. And that's a great answer to David. Because sometimes we got to get confused about why they're not showing up in immigration records. And in this case, it sounds like the years might be off by a couple and he wouldn't fit into that time period. Right, And that's really all it is. And a lot of times there's early genealogies that are written like Albert Rust wrote a book called The Record of The Rust Family. It was published in 18 91. I mean, it's possible that somebody made a conclusion or read a three as an eight. So that's possible. You know, you bring up a really important point here. I see this all the time, especially on family search where somebody goes in and changes information that is much more current. And they quote a book that was written maybe in the 18 eighties or nineties. And oftentimes those books. They may be old. They may be closer to the ancestors than we are. But those books are loaded with errors in all kinds of families, and we see it all the time. Well, that's true, because the early 19th century genealogies, Of course, we didn't have families, Church and ancestry in American ancestors or access to genealogy libraries for most of America did it by correspondence. So if somebody says Well, I think my ancestor arrived in 16 55 could be. They're just guessing that's probably when he arrived. There may not be that they were looking at actual record or a passenger list so we can't rely heavily on these 19th and early 20th century genealogies. We have to re examine their sources, as many of them are even cited on the page where the source came from. That's right, So it's great to have those books but take it all with a grain of salt. I've seen some books where, For instance, it gave the cause of death for somebody. And how would anybody know that except through a correspondence, But a lot of it, as you say, is basically here. Say all right, Robert, Thanks for the question will have another one coming.

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"staff directory" Discussed on Z104

Z104

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"staff directory" Discussed on Z104

"A criminal. Well, here's another one story in the opposite and how to be a criminal How to smuggle drugs Successfully from person who used to work for T s a Oh, boy. Yeah, thanks. Tiktok that videos coming up in a little bit as well, Uh, and it's Wednesday, so let's do some dirty work. Shall we dirty work Wednesday time brought to you by our friends, Gordon said. Attorney at Law. Get your Dirty Gore candle at Zen law dot com. Someone keeping a secret from you lying right to your face like us. Do the dirty work for you Do it now. Dirty work Wednesday Wednesday, but it was C 14 dirty work. Dirty work Wednesdays on the air at 4731. Oh, 4.5. Hi. Who is this high? It's Tracy. Hey, Tracy. What can we do free on this dirty work Wednesday? Okay. Are you seriously need your help? Because I don't know what to do. Oh, boy. Okay. What's the problem? So my husband Brian is one of the owners and a manager of this Group hug and I found out a couple weeks ago that there's been all sorts of drama going on over there involving the bartender and one of the managers sleeping with her. Oh, okay now and it wasn't Brian, though, right? Advice. Oh, boy. Okay, So your husband is sleeping with one of his bartenders. Well now, he said, That's not what happened at all. Okay. All right. So what's his side of the story then? Okay, so the whole thing started when I was reading something someone wrote on Facebook, one of the comments or something, like, imagine finding out that someone else is getting all your hours behind the bar because she's sleeping with the manager. Like all who wrote that works for Brian. So I showed him the comment and I was like, Did you know this was going on at your place? And he read it was like that's news to me. I sort of kept looking and reading and tried to find out as much as I could. And basically what I gathered is there's this girl named McKenna bartender there, and I guess she's sleeping with one of the managers. Okay, how many managers are there? Three. But one is just the kitchen manager and that's Roger and the other one is gay. So, okay, So so you assumed it was Brian? Yeah. And I said, I d m to the girl who broke that and I was like, Hey, I'm sorry to hear about all this. Let me know if there's any way I can help. Okay. Did she write back? Yeah, she wrote. It's all good. She's a skank anyways. Okay. Did you show Brian this conversation? Well, this was like, a week later that she wrote me back and I showed him and he goes. Okay, Listen, I need to tell you something, but you have to let me finish before you interrupt, boy. Okay? This sounds like a confession. Yeah, so he sits me down and tells me that there's mechanic girl. Is extremely flirty and really forward and all the guys they're like our say the same thing, And it makes a few of them uncomfortable. Anyway, I guess Brian was joking around with her about something one night. And it was really slow and he went back to his office to do payroll, which he hates because it stresses them out. And the school came into his office and said something like you look really stressed and sat on his lap and tried to kiss him. Oh, okay, So I'm guessing payroll didn't get done on time and nobody got paid. He told me that he didn't stop her immediately Default and caught him by surprise, But he definitely stopped her. And then he's like I was afraid this would get out mostly because you know people are going to believe her. You have this cute young female bartender and then the older married manager. So at this point, he admitted she was aggressive to him. But he stopped her. Yeah. Do you believe him is the question All right. I don't know. I mean, I asked about this school. And the other managers took Brian's side. They both said she was like that. Okay, we have. But those managers also probably want to keep their jobs too, right? Yeah, I guess. Did you talk to this girl at all? Like, did you confront her? No, not yet. I just don't know who to believe. Okay, so either your husband is a willing participant in this or he's right. He's stuck in a situation where nobody's going to believe his side, especially not like in the times we live in now, with the general public is way more likely to believe a woman's side of the story, and that's you know, you have people like Jeffrey Epstein and R. Kelly and Harvey Weinstein. Women aren't staying quiet anymore, And the problem is, even if Brian's innocent he's got a real uphill battle to prove that I mean I honestly I don't really care what anybody else believes. I only want to know for myself. As long as I know he's telling the truth. That's all that matters. Okay, so you need the truth. Is there any way we can get this other girl's phone number? This McKenna girl like? Does he have a staff directory or anything like that around? I'm sure he thought it's summary. He said. Tunnel work stuff on its computers like a check. They're OK. See if you can get because if you can, then I say we three way call them and then What you could do is you could listen quietly while they talk to each other. And let's see what they say to each other when they have no idea you're listening. Okay, Okay. All right. So we have to hit a break here. So if you can go find that number and then we'll try three way calling them when we come back next. I bet you think you're pretty smart, don't you? Yes. Yes. Let me know..

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"staff directory" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:10 min | 7 months ago

"staff directory" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Really bad. I mean it sounds like the end of the world is going so that can sound pretty busy. But it's not. The bark is much worse by mcgill. Ron at zoo where you have birds. That aren't caged like la- mingas. How do you guys make sure they don't fly away. Well those birds in a flock lambing goes have to all of them english but because are so connected to each other. What we do is we painted. Just a few of them will be clip the wings on just a few of them and by clipping those wings. Those few can't fly away and they're so bonded to each other. That generally speaking the rest of the fox to get You know most birds when we have an opportunity to do their wings to prevent them but we have to keep that up to make sure we sometimes know we let it go on one kind of fly off exuding. Catch it again but generally you can cut the wings. They do very well to careful because some birds they need all the feathers and all their wings to courtship dance in order to be able to successfully reproduce so in those words. You can't have them in wide open. Exhibits have to put a roof on exhibit. So they can't fly flyweight by using your wings. Doing the dance. It's a weird thing to say about someone who's associated with a zoo and the idea of limiting a animals freedom. But i would think that spiritually ron you would be somebody who would be super careful about not wanting to impinge any animals natural state so something like clipping even the flight of a couple of a goes would be something that would hurt you and you would be very careful about which is the one that is morally most difficult for you where you have to limit an animals freedom and therefore making it less happy than it might otherwise be total freedom. But you have to do it in the name. Zoo and business all dan. You gotta look at it from perspective because we clip the wings of birds understand. The birds do not fly for fun okay. Birds fly to get to and escape predators at the zoo. It's like club med. Here bigger their food presented to him like it's cater rare protected from predators. They really don't have a reason to fly and they can show you the several species of birds for instance the cormorants in in the galapagos islands there now flightless they originally fled chorus but because there's no natural predators for congress is an abundance of food. They stop flying. They lost those muscles. And they now flightless so by clipping the wings of a bird is not necessarily being cruel unless of course it's necessary to do the courtship dance and that's why you need to understand how he needs to understand that before that happens as far as not letting an animal restrict the animal. I'll tell you the one for me is probably the hardest Would be elephants because elephants. I think are normally very nomadic and even as large as the exhibits that we have here at. The zoo is still not as large as i would like to be for herd of elephants. You know they are natural. Nomadic ill-conceived travels great distances. And they're in the wild. I've been able to see that. So being out having to restrict that by limiting limiting within an exhibit for me a little bit to road in north carolina. I think it was yesterday a so. A guy was taking his to the vet and the snake got stuck in the dashboard and five cops at the common help. The snake out. There has to be a better way to get the snake to dr than the way this guy did it which is just throw in the car and say let's go the vets. I mean what is he doing. The he wasn't the brightest bowl shambles. Anybody who works with snakes reptiles about this phone guys. I don't know what it is is operatives the way the handle almost any reptile is that they need to be put in large case depending on the size of the reptile. The larger the pillow case you kind of pillow and not philo case linen. Another container is called. Second came at my god is going to suffocate but no they don't they re very well the fabric of any pillowcase. That's the way all snakes most reptiles transported safely. You put them into pillowcase. In the sky cal. Some of the carrier and as you transport anybody who transports stink bomb roam free around their neck while they're driving or something like that is just not very smart. Ron out of curiosity. How many times a day usually does the land line in your office ring thirty. Forty trouble is a lotta times. I get raw people they want. They they know my name they go onto the the you know whatever they call the The operator and ask around the staff directory they punch you go this a man. I can't believe you answer the phone. But this is what i decided on. Hold on a second. I gotta transplant. And that's what happens a lot. Thanks to you guys. Okay but didn't dawn on you at any point that perhaps we might be calling you and making that happen in office. did it do it to hear crickets. I was trying that number. But i'm assuming billy or i don't know who else was calling you who who's guilty of calling ron during that segment. Who did you do that. It pretty sure it's always such a good question. Why would anyone do that. Because he's billy that's what an ron. What did you do with a mean and chris. Cody explained to people the history of sex and the animals explain to them. Why it's a special thing that you just did with chris and amine for this week's mystery crate. What well first of all. I haven't done it for a couple of years. Because i put it to bed. I said i'm not doing it again. I kinda did it for you guys because you guys and you know this basically what it is. It's all the questions that i know. All of you have but are afraid to ask because nobody wants these stereotypes of some kind of pervert and it's it's a talk that came up when i you know if you come to those who on any given day. Dan and everybody in the zoos in front of one exhibit and jumping over each other shoulders see was going on in the exhibit. The animals are having sex. And there's no question about people are fascinated by a wannabe labeled. But there at the zoo. And i know they're embarrassed because i'll catch them looking at it and everybody staring and i look at them and then they look at me and they'll say something like what is he doing like they're trying to be ninety like they have no idea what's going on. Please stop okay. So i just came up with this presentation. Answer all your questions. This guy's billy gilman..

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"staff directory" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is Katie explain this this is really weird this came over the transom from one of our listeners apparently when you go to the San Lorenzo what school unified school district website and you go to their staff directory all of their staff have these websites that they put up you know about me and I'm inspired to teach to do this and that's one of the inspired by sections from our listeners kindergarten teacher okay oh gosh yeah what I'm gonna read this folks with that set up we were this is no she's being asked well you know why are you inspired to be a teacher I'm inspired by that she feels of the bike we recognize that we are educating students and serving families in a white supremacist patriarchal hetero normative culture where violence against people who aren't white male and heterosexual is implicitly sanctioned by the state we see the educators of the severance so unified school district are committed to working daily to interrupt disrupt and dismantle systems that act to replicate historical inequalities and commit to examining systemic institutional and individual biases that make us complicit in that replication could you imagine waking up that angry every day but you know I think back the most if if you're I mean many of us can go back in our life you remember the one teacher who you just love the most my my beloved teacher was my kindergarten teacher my first grade teacher these were chest of these were just wonderful loving nurturing people it they had no agenda other than just to love you and make sure that you felt at that you're happy and safe and they were safe and that you were learning a few things since kindergarten and first grade after all and that you would have a foundation for success going forward I remember to this day I remember miss Williams she was the nicest person I ever met I'm I'm looking at this kindergarten teacher here this is an angry yeah I I I really want to go where I'm thinking it's just sounds like hate hate just hateful yeah this is and and this is a person is coming into that first that kindergarten classroom with an agenda she said we the educators of San Lorenzo school unified school district are committed to working daily to interrupt disrupt and dismantle systems that act to replicate historical inequalities and commit to examining systemic institutional and individual biases that make us complicit in that replication she is trying her best to mold shape and brainwash these youngsters into being more like her or is this to him social justice warriors yes yeah I'm not too sure if it's a male or a female but I'm maybe they choose not to say I don't know maybe they don't identify gosh this is just what we're talking kindergartners yeah I mean gosh I'm with you that should be one of the happiest jobs in the world I need happy I need some happy give me some happy let me see happy sherry happy happy stories that sherry sent me that are on a different set about a happy happy happy okay here it is broken desperately grasping for happy here it is yes I want this story this is when sherry sent me very early this morning cheer up optimists live longer I believe it here's a good reason to turn that frown upside down optimistic people live as much as fifteen percent longer than pessimists according to a new study spanning thousands of people of three decades that's what I say to you the case of audience smile on your face Cup is half full not half empty let's go for it and be large and in charge and enjoy enjoy life to the fullest okay as of now and had from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive because it is a what is a system I off where did you get this I'm talking to you with the hair yeah where did you get this stuff a solid.

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"staff directory" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on Z104

"On this retreat with her co workers and I think something happened between her and somebody else that you can't tell okay what is your wife's name right Lisa okay you said this was a work retreat yes so every year her work pays for them all go somewhere for like a team building weekend and this year they went river rafting camping for three days but she told me it's mostly just a like a party weekend for all the employees Jacques company did that you won't even give us Dave and buster's coupon be nice to have some team building trips abroad okay sushi goes on this trip other coworkers you stay home yeah right IT help okay you think something happened with her on this trip what exactly do you think happened well I'm a server that's what I'm trying to find out okay our system why do you think something happened like what like what is your reason behind all this so after she got back she was in the shower and I walked into our bedroom and if you she's got a message on the phone amber who works with the message says did you decide if you're going to tell Jack about what happened or not so I could not locker phone because I don't know a password but then I just go back and and then she writes back good idea I mean there's only one time the batter that's right like herself that night so now I'm really wondering what did you ask her about it like did you say you know how wild was the weekend or something like that I did what kind of hinted at it and I would like so did ya que creek in the woods with nobody around it she was just like now that really and that was it okay so this curly texted her she said she's a co workers at least as I yeah she let her best friend at work okay so whatever happened she was there and she knows about it I say to me it sounds like whatever happened she was part of it yeah that's kind of what I think too okay so out of both of them chaff like your wife and her friend which one is more likely to get fooled by us like if we were to call them your wife or friend from work probably not my wife because she's pretty hard she so that leaves the friend from work amber now is there a way you know that we can reach this amber girl yes my wife's got a copy of her staff directory upstairs by our computer I had to make sure right right now okay so do me a favor get this amber's phone number for us and also we're going to call your wife because we're gonna hurt we're gonna recorder voice we'll see like we're from in energy or something at all for that call we're also gonna need your address but don't give it to us right now we give it just wore off the during the break so when we come back we're gonna call Lisa then we're going to call amber and we will find out what really happened on this little work retreats next think your the real deal how smarter you this early in the.

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"staff directory" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on The CyberWire

"The more one knows about perspective agents, the easier, it is to get your hooks into them. You might wish to develop the sort of report that might be useful in recruitment use studiedly buys poetry. What a Quincy since me to always found quiet night, thought particularly moving or maybe you wouldn't believe the trouble. I had with the credit department at regional what U2. let's talk. Or you could accustom them to doing small innocent favors that lead to less innocent favors that lead to quite guilty favors. I've completely lost touch with khloe you remember her from an you, you wouldn't happen to have a copy of a staff. Directory, you could give me I'd so love to get back in touch, and who wouldn't want to help out khloe and the next staff directory might be from Australian signals directorate contractor, and then maybe an internal memo would be much appreciated because that nice person is interested in investment. It's eventually you get the point where you feel you have to refuse. But by then you may have given away things that the nice person points out, while people just wouldn't understand better for you. If you keep playing ball and rougher still, it's also possible to turn up material that might be useful in compromising target. I notice you wrote an honors essay on Leib is waking from drunkenness on a spring day. Did your drinking problems at Canberra lead, you to that particular poem, or perhaps worst of all something like this? It would be a shame if your second cousin in Shenyang, lost his job, actually losing his job might be the least bad thing that could happen. Chinese operators have been behind this kind of hacked before. And it fits well into traditional espionage craft. The risks of remote desktop protocol vulnerabilities are coming into sharper, focus Morphou slabs warns that about net gold. Brute is scanning and brute forcing about a million a half RDP servers, there are several known RDP vulnerabilities out there, and there are patches available including patches for blue keep, which Microsoft, and NSA, and their sisters and cousins, and their aunts are really urging everyone to patch. Iran's hacking group, muddy water also known as seed worm might have seen more of its tools leaked online, but that hasn't made it pulling its horns clear ski warns that the threat group is actively impersonating government accounts and using at least two new techniques. Microsoft documents carrying malicious, macro 's an exploitation of CV 2017, a one nine nine that is Microsoft Office word pad remote execution vulnerability with windows, API, these, of course aren't new attack tactics, but their new for muddy water and represent Iranian intelligence and security services, long, standing determination to learn lessons and improve their game. It doesn't have to be novel ended doesn't have to be innovative. It just has to be well executed, and it just has to work, these work, especially against unprepared. Victims. The rig exploit kit is now being used to deliver. Baronne ransomware Moran looks like gang land for profit, work. Although, of course, there's often a degree of penetration and control of the Russian mob by organs of the Russian state, the best defense against this Russian strain of ransomware are updated security software since Baronne arrives via exploit kits sound offline backup and properly suspicious users that, of course, is good advice at anytime. Our linguistic desk, helpfully points out that Buran means blizzard. Researchers at security firm advanced intelligence are calling out another criminal active in dark web markets. He goes by the name achilles speaks English and is suspected of being Iranian. He selling. He claims credentials that would give the buyer access to security companies charities. And at least one international organization UNICEF. There's no confirmation yet that achilles can deliver the goods he's offering, but he enjoys a good reputation in this very bad neighborhood is criminal clients consistently give him strong reviews. So maybe there's something there in any case, achilles bears watching. Currency firms are under attack as usual gate, hub users lost some nine point seven million dollars and blockchain startup Komodo, not to be confused with security, firm, Komodo, hastily, patched vulnerability in its wallet. The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission is short on cyber workers. A report by the Commission's inspector general found that the NRC's cybersecurity inspections quote, generally provide reasonable assurance that nuclear power plant licensees adequately. Protect digital computers communication systems and networks associated with safety important to safety security, and emergency preparedness and quote, but the NRC as much as it trains, current staff to conduct cyber inspections still finds itself facing a familiar problem, good, cyber talent is in high demand and not that easy to hire. Especially into the government, the I g also found that the current cyber inspection program is risk informed, but not fully performance based the report urges the commission to work on a pre it performance measures. And finally, as the antitrust shark circle big tech. Big tech is putting K street shark repellent, into the beltway waters. Hiring lobbyists to fend off the regulatory predators. And Facebook is reported to have begun bringing in more defense talent to its legal team,.

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"staff directory" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

Be Honest with Cari Champion

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

"I think that's where he was headed. And that's why it caught by surprise. Because like LeBron had a meeting with him. These people with magic talked about the future. What they will do this summer that talked about the coaching situation. And like normally the Brian is totally caught up with everything teams. You know, if he doesn't consult on a deal he knows about Hughes totally shocked this happened. And so the only thing I can think is that when he met with Jeanie what he wanted to do gene wants to do with different. And he was just like it's not it's not worth. Okay. So this is what I'm hearing. I'm hearing that. And this is all speculation probably we should probably not. But magic one a more power. He wanted. He wanted the GM gone. And he wanted the coach gone and Jeannie felt like she needed to have some power in that as well. She couldn't just say here, you go when we turn it over to you as if she had done with her brother and kind of went hands off. She's probably learned never going to do that. Again. If in fact that is the case. And magic one eight the both gone with there be any in your opinion, any costs to get rid of the GM. Just put this way in recent months. There was a lot of CYA going on within the Lakers. And it was it was clear to look is going to be fired and the more people you listen to the more it sounded like rob Pelinka was being set up as the scapegoat. Okay. So I would not if you told me if the Lakers were going to make an affront office change in the off season. I don't necessarily think I would guaranteed that rob might have been let go, but I would have thought that there have been new somebody new voice brought in the may have usurps of rods rubs Powell. Okay. You talk about a new voice, we talked about Kobe Bryant any any in my mind. There's just no way. He do. I don't think he has a patients don't think he's interested. I think this is beneath him in the sense of he's not gonna go babysit. I'm bunch of players that are not necessarily that much younger than him. I don't see him going back to do this. I see too many. Other visionary ideas that would would assume what he wants to be. Also, it's not a winning hand carry like their situation right now. It's going to take luck and time to get out of it. I don't think Kobi's coming in there when Kobe went out and said I want to try to win an Oscar. He looked and saw where can I maybe do it the fastest saw documentary? He wants to win the I can work with the best people because they want to work with me, and I'll spend money now. We'll have a great product he lifted the Lakers right now. I just even if he had a desire to be in basketball. I don't see this as a time to be any truth to the fact that the Lakers to run their operation like eighties in their way behind in terms of technology in advancement than other offices. I don't know if they're behind, but they don't have the depth. They don't have the depth and their scouting department. They don't have the same type of of trading staff. Like, if you if you look at the Lakers staff, you know that long. Look at the clipper staff directory clipper staff is that law as not to say that more people Maine's that you're going to be better. But the clique other teams have modernized a little bit more than just have not. I don't think the Lakers want for anything. I just don't think that they have the depth other teams..

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"staff directory" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"So Ryan, it sounds like they may have granted permission. Ultimately for cliff Kingsbury to talk to NFL teams about head coaching jobs, but not OC jobs. I guess now the question is if that's the case if Lynn Swann did relent and say, okay, go ahead. You talk to the cardinals talk to the jets about head coaching jobs. Was there any permanent damage done to the relationship between cliff Kingsbury and USC? What do you think? Yeah. I think if they switch their switchgears. They're allowed him to go interview. I think that would probably fix things and I actually emailed while we were before we were talking I asked sport US's sports formation if he had resigned, and they response back was simply. He still listed on her website athletic directory department staff directory, so according to USC suppose person, you know, he's still employed there. So it would make more sense that it wasn't. He resigned just that he was given permission to go interview. And I think, you know, that's that's all you want any kind of job. If you have an opportunity to get something way better. You went to have that opportunity. I know he's only been on on campus for a month or whatever. But you'll getting a chance to be the head coach and NFL franchises pretty big deal. So allowing the interview I think that would make the most Ryan I your tweet here e- said they told you that he still listed on our web sites athletic department staff directory. It would have been something for them to suddenly be able to pull that trick to get them off the directory that fast, they can buy it might be out there. It's a couple more hours. Gone. Someone's literally on the edge profile right now with a mouse just waiting right phone calls. So they can click. All right. So how do you by the way? So if he does go you so this to the fan base. In other words, we got all excited about cliff Kingsbury, I was thrilled when he they were able to recruit him. And now we go back to just I mean, I hate to say it, but just clay Helton and the same offense. We've been looking looking at how do you sell that? If he does leave. It's tough. Because it's this was the big move. We talked about, and I think you can't go out there, and there's promote someone from within. Or you'd have to go out and get someone else to bring in their own offense. Because offense was the problem. They weren't ninetieth in scoring offense last year tied with Oregon state, and they got so much talent all over the field. That's unacceptable. So I think you can't just go with the kind of whatever offense they were running these last years, go out and get somebody else. Can you get someone as big as very no that was a perfect situation? But you can get someone else that maybe run the air raid someone that has a very successful offense and bring them in. I think Steve the only way to save this is if leaves falling up with someone that's also a big name because they just didn't make big moves around him. It was the office of coordinate. That was the big move though. He's gone you need to go get another one. That's well thought of and can run a really good off another OC or a new another head coach There's people the fans are on Twitter. And the message were asking about that a lot. I think it's made it clear he wants to keep play. I think they have to bring in it would've been better. I think to switch up more of the assistant coaches, maybe strengthen condition all that kind of stuff make more cultural changes. But at least you have to bring in a new office of corden. But I don't think Steve they're gonna make any kind of head coaching move. At this stage is their name in your hand as another OC. You know until I looked too much be jet. Fishes name that came before. I don't know if that's like a crack at UCLA, right? Yeah. One year. What UCLA, but I did someone it could be someone else from the Mike Leach tree. I like the air raid counting. I think it would work. Well with the kind of skill talent at USC has. So someone like that. I think would be great. But I haven't really gone out and researched a lot of names..

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"staff directory" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Welcome back now in an exclusive extract from becoming a new memoir from shallow. Bama. The former first lady reveals how she first met a young lawyer name barrack. I looked at my watch. Any sign of this guy. I call to the rain. Her side was audible, girl. No, she called back. She was amused. I could tell she knew how tardiness drove me nuts. How I saw it as nothing but hubris? Barack Obama had already created a stir the firm for one thing. He just finished his first year law school, and normally we only hired second year students for some positions. But rumor had it fee was exceptional word. It spread that one of his professors at Harvard. The daughter of a managing partner claimed he was the most gifted law student she'd ever encountered. Some of the secretaries who'd seen the guy come in for his interview or saying that on top of his apparent brilliance. He was also cute. I was skeptical of all of it in my experience. You put a suit on any half. Intelligent, black man and white people tended to go bonkers. I was doubtful. He'd earned the hype I checked out his photo in the summer edition of our staff. Directory a less than flattering poorly lit headshot of a guy with a big smile and a with geeky nece and remained unmoved. His bio said he was originally from Hawaii, which at least made him a comparatively exotic. Otherwise, nothing stood out. The only surprise had come weeks earlier when I made a quick obligatory phone call calls introduce myself. I've been pleasantly startled by the voice on the other end of the line, a rich even sexy baritone that didn't seem to match his photo. One bit. Until recently. I was the first lady of the United States of America a job that's not officially job. But that nonetheless has given me a platform like nothing, I could've imagined. It. Challenged me and humbled me lifted me up and shrank me down. Sometimes all at once. I'm just beginning the process with to place over these last years from the moment in two thousand six when my husband first started talking about running for president to the cold morning. This winter when I climbed into a limo with Milania Trump accompanying her to her husband's inauguration. It's been quite a ride. And you can read

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"staff directory" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Going in and we don't know still fairly early on in there has not been much reporting on it yet and i i i emphasize the word yet let's check in with mike in gainesville my go right ahead also squirrels onto something believe that or not uh but the same thing is that i'm hearing i have some contacts up in mississippi that uh he got involved with uh somebody that used to be involved with the mississippi state recruiting program who is now or was could be currently not sure if that what her status is with the florida recruiting department uh her name is still on the roster better picture is not um on the see you specifically my but when it when a coach leaves new year is your recruiting what's the position i can remember the name of the position she uh this person allegedly had director of football recruiting okay zachary her title near his efforts normally mood with ahead head football coach well this one did matter of fact she got off the plane with him when uh dan was a enter got off the plane here in florida when when uh uh he's got here in was introduced in scott strickland gave you know everybody huggy airplane august i island guess she would be pretty valuable yep so you know again her everybody else was six years are on the the staff directory hers is not there's not a link to her name anymore uh so she may have decided to step aside already herself uh but that's what i've heard so squirrels was on the something about the rumor again nothing's it'll come out kinda like you said earlier but the that sounds like the direction it was coming from so that.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:06 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That clinton campaign made an and obviously through cut outs we know now just disseminated information to wickey leaks had the most damaging times so yes but how many votes did that controlled with that the you know wisconsin pennsylvania michigan a margin i don't think we we will know that the what we will now when i think we will now which is whether crime short committed nine people in the trump organization and i trump campaign maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time lecturing and the and the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the friday different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of his senior official into also when somebody even that was that two with a larger intelligent committee this is the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply the intelligence no matter how small the number that would at access to the when conversations with the russian investor that were also people then the department of justice doing the balmy years i mean obama like that it's and also than the wideouts or that that kind of thing that information so well i don't think into plausible its intelligence community was leaking it's also possible that it was somebody inside senior ranks of the bob obama why don't you just this department didn't norman they won't just taking the intel does really think if you're rough them up is that as a give credibility and steve banners assertion there's a deep state year that needs there is a free press which has every right to pursue as the fourth branch.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Who they're leaguers where and i i think both inquiries are valid and leaking is bad and i've seen it over and over in washington at least leaving of classified information gets people killed and so we have to take that seriously but it is not okay and the world is watching to say oh gee maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after oh trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time lecturing and the and the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the friday different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of the senior official into also too when somebody even that was that with larger intelligent committee as the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply it intelligence community no matter how small the number that would had access to flynn conversations with the russian ambassador that were also people then the department of justice doing the balmy years i mean obama like that it's and also than the wideouts or that that kind of thing that information so well i don't think into plausible its intelligence community was leaking it's also possible that it was somebody inside senior ranks of the bob obama why don't you justice department didn't norman and they won't just taking the intel does really think if you're rough them up is that is a give credibility and steve banners assertion.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of them had nothing to do whatsoever with russia although russia amplified a lot of them stake sack that clinton campaign made an and obviously through cut outs we know now just disseminated information to wickey leaks had the most damaging times so yes but how many votes did that controlled with that the you know wisconsin pennsylvania michigan a margin i don't think we we will know that the what we will now when i think we will now which is whether crime short committed nine people in the trump organization and i trump campaign and a hopefully whether who they're leaguers where and i i think both inquiries are valid and leaking is bad and i've seen it over and over in washington at least leaving of classified information gets people killed and so we have to take that seriously but it is not okay and the world is watching to say oh gee maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after donald trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time elections in the in the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the the righty different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of his senior official into also when somebody even that was that two with a larger intelligent committee this is the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply the intelligence no matter how small the number that would at access to the one.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of them had nothing to do whatsoever with russia although russia amplified a lot of them stake sack that clinton campaign made an and obviously through cut outs we know now just disseminated information to wickey leaks had the most damaging times so yes but how many votes did that controlled with that the you know wisconsin pennsylvania michigan a margin i don't think we we will know that the what we will now when i think we will now which is whether crime short committed nine people in the trump organization and i trump campaign and a hopefully whether who they're leaguers where and i i think both inquiries are valid and leaking is bad and i've seen it over and over in washington at least leaving of classified information gets people killed and so we have to take that seriously but it is not okay and the world is watching to say oh gee maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time elections in the in the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the the righty different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of his senior official into also when somebody even that was that two with a larger intelligent committee this is the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply the intelligence no matter how small the number that would at access to the one.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And a hopefully whether who they're leaguers where and i i think both inquiries are valid and leaking is bad and i've seen it over and over in washington at least leaving of classified information gets people killed and so we have to take that seriously but it is not okay and the world is watching to say oh gee maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after donald trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time elections in the in the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the the righty different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of his senior official into also when somebody even that was that two with a larger intelligent committee this is the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply the intelligence.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of them had nothing to do whatsoever with russia although russia amplified a lot of them stake sack that clinton campaign made an and obviously through cut outs we know now just disseminated information to wickey leaks had the most damaging times so yes but how many votes did that controlled with that the you know wisconsin pennsylvania michigan a margin i don't think we we will know that the what we will now when i think we will now which is whether crime short committed nine people in the trump organization and i trump campaign and a hopefully whether who they're leaguers where and i i think both inquiries are valid and leaking is bad and i've seen it over and over in washington at least leaving of classified information gets people killed and so we have to take that seriously but it is not okay and the world is watching to say oh gee maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after donald trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time lecturing and the and the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the friday different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of his senior official into also when somebody even that was that two with a larger intelligent committee this is the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply.

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"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"staff directory" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of them had nothing to do whatsoever with russia although russia amplified a lot of them stake sack that clinton campaign made an and obviously through cut outs we know now just disseminated information to wickey leaks had the most damaging times so yes but how many votes did that controlled with that the you know wisconsin pennsylvania michigan a margin i don't think we we will know that the what we will now when i think we will now which is whether crime short committed nine people in the trump organization and i trump campaign and a hopefully whether who they're leaguers where and i i think both inquiries are valid and leaking is bad and i've seen it over and over in washington at least leaving of classified information gets people killed and so we have to take that seriously but it is not okay and the world is watching to say oh gee maybe yeah maybe something happened and i with respect to people in the trump campaign but we'll rush that over in just to focus on lakers gary should do you take the leaks that have been evident here as evidence of the intelligence community is going after donald trump well but it's only when i was way after after he was elected in between the time elections in the in the actual to pick a fight with intelligence community in the the righty different ways and you know i mean you know again experiences staff directory on intel committee and then in the white house i can tell you that when you pick fights with the intelligence community they're not likely to simply take it and so the possibility that that they would leap into you know challenge him or talents one of his senior official into also when somebody even that was that two with a larger intelligent committee this is the hope is possible i would also say that just be paired that it's not simply.

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