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"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
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"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Fake is a stunning title for those who enjoy reading about transportation, but he needs glossy format and incredibly in-depth articles such as the one where they dive deep into the underworld of off shore power boating. The magazine stands out. I spoke to the titus founder Chris Kippenberger who told us more about the main feature on the latest issue. Attention Henry parents were. This couple of the road around off show powerball teams. and. You won't believe it. Serena it soon mute. And you better get it now. Very cool story, so we set someone up to a piece on it because it's very controversial. The story of this murder like the ten people off ten different opinions in the powerboat or head. So, we hired someone a friend of mine who works at an art gallery and Super Ocd Research Guy and he like a six month deep dive, and we did a thirty page expose Kinda like from all the court records and everything I kind of floating around. Is this thirty page? He's on this murder and that's part of like the heart of issue, so that's the. The heartbeats, and then we have the boat building process, which is Kinda like in there, and we have through that. We met the another person who owned the boat. One of the main characters who was accused of his murder, so we started getting involved restoring it could have kind of like branches out like I said before. It's like in real life. The print digital products. All wrapped up in this magazine. Right or time magazines more go get coffee table. Right like it's like object. Sells like fifty bucks I was going to ask you that I. Mean for those our listeners who don't who don't know how the magazine looks like what what is the format I mean? How often does it come out the magazine? We also featured like a little bit of like this. All exclusive content Jeff Koons boat that Jeff koons built for Outside exterior design woman actually did the interior design for this reason. So? We have parts of this kind of like high culture. Guys, you know like like the. Interview the woman what's wrong with both design today? The problem is like the interior exterior like people are trying to design these super yachts to look like a hotel or like interior of House. Like nobody's like considering the fact that both. People who built boats? Make make them look buy cars. It just means. Sarah educated so interview with her with that was like working with Jeff. Koons and like the collector and they talk. It was difficult being a woman in my yacht. Zayn is also sort of you. Very, so we did, we did a few little pieces like atr like exclusive just Kinda like showing the process, right? It's horrible the in here, but we can kind of see it right. It's a very unique unusual transportat- magazine because most magazines. I think. You've done something different, right? The transport magazines we have the. They're just advertisements for fertilizing. And like the like. Powerboat Kinda. 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Here's a topic on surfaces so basically Zion perspective that like the only way you're going to be able to make something that hasn't been made before is through the use of new materials, and this is about like printing and Titanium Three D. and stuff like that my friend. He's the head of design for body. Eat designed the Sheron. Along Arthur ship building other projects ours he did the forward basically just interview like of about materials and. The future tack I wanted that. Does something a little bit technical? It it's amazing that you're selling not only the magazine, but you're so involved. With the makers of those beautiful kind of. Transport message I mean. Is it true? Can we buy from your website that truck that you've done? Everything we do is like. I have my hat on today. We can't really see back. I WANNA grey hairs. A lot of. Care I have I have. I really went to the barber, but. A lot of the stuff is basically just could be done a lot easier. 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"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz
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Ace minutes still gets referenced all the time it's theme song that we're hearing right now was unlike any theme song that came before it or is come after. And there's a pretty interesting backstory that you probably don't know behind that Wacky Slap Bass but before we get into it. I need to tell you about my friend Steve. My Name's Steve Lack back and I am. Hey Post production audio mixer and sound designer. Steve and I worked together years ago when we were both sound designers at the discovery channel. I consider Dallas thousand one of my best friends. I really love Dallas. We were both the night shift guys and we both come in around. Six o'clock. nightshift is generally unsupervised. So you come in and you get your assignments you work on your mixes you work on your work. And then when you feel like taking a break take a break to give you a picture of what Steve's like he's the type of person who's lived one hundred. The different lives like the time. He was a circus drummer and got into a fistfight with a clown or the time. He dropped everything and moved to Trinidad or the time he was doing things he shouldn't have been doing in a parking garage that collapsed hours later in the Northridge Earthquake. Yeah Steve is easily one of my favorite people in the world so I would wander over to his suite or he he wandered over and my sweet and we talked politics or the events of the day or sound design or whatever but we got to be pretty good friends because we had several hours hours of quiet time and night where we just hang out and chat during one of those random late nights st told me about the time he worked on Seinfeld. Wait what so apparently in the late eighties and early nineties. He'd been an assistant to a TV composer named Jonathan Wolf. When I first moved to la I was seventeen years old old? And that's Jonathan. He's composed the music for seventy five. TV shows including will and grace married with children. And who's the boss but no one becomes a major not composer overnight. Jonathan spent his first decade in. La doing musical odd jobs and making connections the studios. Were happy to have me. They treated me like a Swiss Swiss army multipurpose utility tool for musical chores. Because I had good training in a wide range of fields but after ten in years Jonathan was ready for a change. I decided that I no longer wanted to continue having the telephone dictate to me where where I was going to work each day and what I was going to do when I got there so I declared myself a composer. Jonathan wrote letters to all of his Hollywood contacts. He thanked them for their support. But ask them to stop sending him these low level musical jobs instead. He wanted to compose original music. Zach this was a huge risk. It's like an actor who had only ever had bit parts deciding that they'll only accept lead roles from now on Jonathan. Knew he might regret it but he mailed those letters anyway. I held my breath. I may have just nuked last ten years of my life. But when when those letters started arriving at their destinations all over Hollywood people just shrugged and said well. That's too bad. He's good utility guy and they started throwing me little writing assignments. songwriting assignments further movies in scoring assignments. In that is how my composing posing career began. This is around the time that Steve got hooked up with Jonathan. He landed. WHO's the boss? And he was doing some other after school specials and starting to really take off as a TV composer news looking for somebody to help out with Midi tack engineering some orchestration in transcriptions setting gear. And all that stuff. I wore many hats. Gradually more and more jobs started coming in we were doing. Who's the boss did some? WHO's the boss spin off shows? Mother sitcoms but getting connected with Jerry. Jerry Seinfeld happened almost by chance turns out in real life. Jerry has a best friend named George. It's George Wallace Comedian what makes me sick. People saying stupid stuff off their piloting unmanned say to me my wife on until I saw you the George Wallace and I have been buddies for a long long time and when Jerry Seinfeld confided confided to his best friend George Wallace that he was having trouble with the music for his new show Wallace said. Hey Call my buddy wolf and so I got a phone call from Jerry Seinfeld. He described to me a sound design issue. Oh he told me that the music for his new show which at the time was called the seinfeld chronicles the opening credits for that show would would be jerry standing in front of an audience. He tells jokes. Oscar Mayer is expanding. His Larry. It's not little anymore is Oscar. Mayer is now a huge monstrous place that area that whole section near keeps getting bigger and for him is not easy to come up with new products that come up with a new product. He has to invent meet no animal as far as I know people laugh. That's the opening credits. And he wanted music music to go with it and I told them right away. That sounds like an audio conflict because what we really need to hear. Is You telling jokes folks deibel laughing. You See TV theme music. Leading into Seinfeld where these epic belting lyrical odes like golden girls a team family ties as Dukes of Hazzard or my personal favorite has eighties. Kid transformers.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Go to get that Jacob and Makai coming on to the next segment before they come on about a word about each guy first Makai long come along well the word about makan long what he gave me again about you know Swiss Swiss army knife and whatever I asked him to do you know he he he he does it you know and he does it at a high he doesn't have a high level you know whether that's you know going down and banging or or or drilling some jumpers are driving it or playing defense on you know multiple positions whatever it is you know you need to do so for farming yeah and I guess we'll talk to him about it as well but the province game career highs in points with nine rebounds and seven steals before in blocks with a with a couple as well Jacob top if you have to say if you wanna come to stick with that you know your parties think of him as a young young cold right now saying some noticing a lot of a lot of promise no a lot of potential a lot of upside you know he flashes and at times and you know he's obviously no he's he's learning is progressing at a at an extraordinary pace you know for young man you know if you know you know how much information it is for these young guys have to retain for somebody like him to be able to come in there and I can play a couple positions and kind of fit in seamlessly says a lot about it but you know that he's gonna have to be more consistent gets stronger and all those things and he knows it what are you know he's like a young young cold right now absolutely Hey we're gonna take a break we get those guys up here and coats the ground we could we can talk with them and go from there they will talk about western Kentucky a little later on as well as we get prepared.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"All up here. That's right I I kind of like a lot but but what al.. Just listen and there was a great game. I got that what I've done with all the big dame's I put a little red mark on that game in eighty eight has a little Red Marco. But here's what I WANNA point out in those days. How much the game has changed changed? I mean there was a full back on every play. There was a tailback on every play. There was a tight end on every play. There were two wide receivers. Didn't see he many three wide receiving formations no groupings and all that it was mono mono eleven eleven on eleven and he shotgun at all only when you threw only on peer passing only three did run a draw against someone down at the goal line out of the shotgun that that that created a little bit of. But here's what I there's four players on that team Jim that I can only imagine how much greater their careers would have been. Had there been this. Here's the first one. I want you to comment on Dennis Gentry now that that was when you when you talked about the Shotgun Ghana. Dennis Gentry was Was Our main third down back so he was great coming out of the Backfield We also ran on a trap. Play play and then We run on a wide sweep. he was. He was electric coming out of the backfield but he was a receiver and he was a good runner but they didn't have the slot receiver nosed as we look at how he did he would have been. When do you bet anyways returner punt returner and kickoff guy who the heck of a good player and no one? You're exactly exactly right. And he and he was you talk about the what the knife the Swiss Swiss army knife he would have been there the Swiss army knife or twenty nine twenty nine. What a fun so much fun? Here's the other one Brad Muster Brad Muster was a about a US about a six foot four fullback but he was an excellent runner to run him on a Lotta traps. He was a he was a great pass. Catcher out of the backfield. You're exactly right. The H back position was meant for him mad for him. You're exactly right You know I'm thinking right now of Zach Ertz you know he would be a protocol typical H.. Back tight end these days and he blocked and he's a fullback and running back. Okay my third one and this is what maybe my all time favorite favor Chicago bear other than you I. Here's a guy cap bhosle Cap Boso. That's that that's my. That's my favorite Chicago bears. Well this guy. Every game I watched the play he got into a fight with someone somewhat somewhat every other practice about every other practice cap. You talk about the true Grit. Tough Guy He. He was offended when when someone tackled him he was he was he would run the ball like Mike Ditka when he caught it. I mean all those clips of the Monday night game where he went into the came up with a big piece of sod terms entire eyes were covered with Assad was lives down into his helmet. Appeal appeal that off. Thought it was a touchdown the purest peers competitors grittiest players ever loved the block love to love to catch and run love to play special teams and I say he would get tackled and he was offended that they would tackle him and he wanted he wanted to fight. He wouldn't getting pulled up as they say. And now my fourth one. Okay Jim Harbaugh. I'm watching that tape tape. You have to be as tough as any quarterback that ever played the game and you never got a roughing the passer. The officials must have thought we cannot know Marino in those you just touch Marino. Mom Flake came out. You touched any of those those prolific passers during the type hit you. It knocked teeth out of your mouth. Hits in the chest. Your spitting blood. I mean you're on the loop and not I saw one one time. He threw the ball and Guy Hitchin back late. which was probably the softest hit that you took on those on those particular and how how many times third down and nine you would scramble and the it came to worthy yard? Marker was if you slide. You weren't GonNa make it. You had to go head headfirst and a defensive back boob head to head they would come down on. You know no consequence whatsoever over in all that but and the other thing is I would love to know love to take a statistic on under center and in Shotgun second one you. In the shotgun you're passing percentage had to be up in in the seventies when they but they didn't do it much except in thirty for two minute offense and third down. They let you do that. And but the other times it was always under center and it was always the same spot. They didn't get you out on the perimeter as much as they could so will so those are my three. I had some other things I wanted to say. I didn't think you're going to be here so I know how modest yard I don't want to continue but that yet but I will let you. Is I watch those tapes. I I'm so so very proud to be reminded of those those great days. Now here's Jack on four Michigan Running Back Rob Lytle when we talk about the team. The team the team and the seven years that I was here from seventy three to seventy nine the ROB lytle story symbolizes that more than maybe any other story and if you remember back in those days Rob Lytle was the fastest guy on the team was perhaps our very very best back on the team but we had another back to Gordie. Bell was one of them and we had some good backs. And what Bowe did so creatively is that he had the idea of putting both both of those outstanding back in the same backbone. He took away the traditional fullback position. The edge shuttles worth the Bob Thorn Blades and those guys that it Had played fullback and he went to putting those two outstanding running backs in the backfield. Well one of them had to move and so he went to rob and he suggested it to him and robs a coach. This is the best thing for the team. I'm your fullback. So he was a fullback on that team and we had just an outstanding offensive football team and great numbers but the interesting thing. Go back and look at this. There was another man watching and was Johnny Robinson. John Robinson was at southern cal and he took his best running back at the same time. Marcus Allen and moved him to fullback. I know people people talk about that and if you look at he went on Marcus Allen went on to be Alzheimer on all timer and a hall of Famer and maybe one of the thirteen fourteen fifteen fifteen years I mean he was he was guy with several different teams but he will get recognized as creatively. The coach that took a Marcus Allen type player and moving into full but happen here. I what the rush of the story is the man that did that was was both Becker back. In the seventies we should mention that that seventy sixteen that rob had a captain on that team that finished tenant to number three in the country if you look at the fullback and tailback positions and combined so the twenty four total starts between those two positions Robbie letterhead twelve starts nine a fullback three. The accorded the Bentley Library. You mentioned we know the Gordon Bell is on the on the team around that time but you also had. Russell Davis Harlan Huckabee. I mean there were a lot of great backs in the mid seventies here in Michigan so it doesn't surprise. The boat tried to find a way to get as creative as possible to get as many of them on the field as possible. Because I mean all these names these guys when you look back on it. They all had their impact on the wolverines and light. Of course the team the team the team move into the full back position Rick Leach talks about all the time with a rodel meant to him and what he meant to the team and what it meant also so that you can you can't forget is the full back position it. There's a lot more contact because you're the lead blocker. I mean you do the isolation play or you got to run up and take on an unblocked linebacker in the whole or you got a kick out a defensive end coming off the edge and the tailback never does that he. He's involved in some physical physical work as it relates to pass protection. But he's not in the running game the lead blocker in the running scheme so you decide to make and it's not just a choice. Well I'M GONNA move there and we're off and running you gotta take on some physicality and he did it without a without blinking. Whenever I hear that about the third quarter order you hear both boy that came in my Abe Rob Lytle? no-one exemplified that more than what rob did. Don't forget on the fullback dive part of the triple option to you. Don't even getting the ball half the time. And you're going up the middle take on a couple of tacklers and you're like I don't even have of the football so there's that too will have projectile today. Well the thing I have is for longtime early speaking. When I was here at the University of Michigan I'd go around speaking speaking and I always end? We talked into how BOB EUFOR ended his talks with the story. I used to end the talks that I made with with a poem. It was called risk and it came out of a book written by a former teammate of mine and former classmate of mine at Bowling Green State you know. He didn't write the poem but he did write a book. And this was the feature part of the book and was called risk and and what I like to do is read it and then maybe we could talk about a little bit and it goes like this wrist to live is to risk dying to hope is to risk despair risk must be taken because the greatest greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing the person who risked nothing does nothing has nothing and is nothing only a person who risk only the person who risk is truly free. Just do it and the reason I bring that up is because as you travel around now You see so many youngsters you know and I don't know where it comes from but if they can't go out and maybe be the best player on the team or are they can't be a student in the class you know they get discouraged and then they and they back off from taking risks and and I think it's so important important for for parents and coaches and people that deal with young people with is to make sure that they understand when you take a risk. It isn't that you're I'm doing it for it to be a professional football player. Ernie Collie scholarship. You're doing it to to build the character and build that individual and Gary Moeller said it it so well what Gary Moeller said was he defines success and the way he defined success was improvement equals success. Jim Story Better today than yesterday better tomorrow than the day and we'll raising our youngsters. Were coaching youngsters as we go. Oh through life is to make sure that we don't we don't put them in a position where they aren't willing to take chances aren't willing to take risk aren't willing willing to fail. And that we talked about with the people in fail forward When you fail it isn't it isn't the end of the world? It's just another opportunity. You get better the next day to improve and to be successful encourage risk and curry taking chances. You don't have to be the a student in class as we would like but that isn't always a way it's going to be so so hopefully any any thoughts on that well. It gets back to the point of one of the things that we all and I'm I'm assuming most people that are listening to this love sports because it's a it's a family but it's a sports you know centric podcast that.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"What daily habits do you have that you feel like allow you to be successful as a CEO the L.? I mean very few people I've become a CEO of a company of with more than fifty. Employees I mean. Well what are some of the daily habits that you have in place that allow you to achieve success. Yeah so I think I'm I'm convinced that one of the most important things Really is is to keep one balance To really you know stay healthy and motivated and you know energize and and for me that that's a couple of things that that I need to do. Sort of balanced very intense workload and work time and pressure of sometimes times as well and that's that's a couple of things right one of the things that really grounds me very much is is my family. I try to be home every day at the same time for dinner to be with my family with With my two daughters my wife being there during that time I think is is really important and the other thing is sports you know bringing Going two to three times a week on my on my mountain bike and really get you know energy out of the system or energy back in from from sports. I think it's really this balancing thing. And and the other other on productivity side is really about keeping an overview of of your on your dues and drove leslie prioritizing. What is important working right now and at? What do we need to do right now? And we'll go to things that I need to prepare for Strategically for weeks weeks months or even years ahead. Now when I research guests and kind of you guys for having on the show I try to do as much research as I can and and one of the things I found was that your company I believe is helping fifty percent of the fortune five hundred companies to maximize their time and and productivity is is that correct or am I miss misquoting that It actually even more than that so we know that. Almost eighty percent ascended the fortune. Five hundred companies Have doodle users So that means people who have created a doodle so and that When we analyze You know someone Dato how people use it by analyzing you know tacos and so on and so forth. It's very often Ridi. Eighty of work related so whatever it is project kickoff or meeting These type of things and so it's a very common thing in in In from all around the World Radi what What advice would you have for the listeners out there? If you could get a you know a big big old tweet sent out to everybody. You could send a tweet to everybody in the world are you could do the proverbial billboard says anything on it or you could send everybody a mass mailer they would would actually read or you could hog everybody's telephone system or take over there TV and put a message out there. What's the message that you would share with all of our listeners? Yeah I think I think the one thing that that I I really believe in and and try to to live by is that that honestly really the only thing that is that is concerned is Is Changed so every day you know I get get I get to work every day every new day in this in this business Things change new data is available. New Insights are there maybe Some new competitors are there New users new customers that that join our our our business and so and so that changes the nature of our business and the only thing they really we can do is is on the one hand you know at docs and and be best versions of ourselves and base that change and make something positive and at the same time I believe as well that you know y y you adopt to change and and and work in this very flexible environment. Let go of things that you know. Maybe in the meantime Obsolete due to the things that have happened now you are based in Switzerland. What what city are you guys in? We're in Zurich so I want to ask you if you can review any of these things. They're just trying to the listeners. Out there can't relate to officing in in Switzerland. I just want to ask you. Are you still well Decorating your office with the Swiss army knife theme and do you. Have your desks. Built out of legos. And do you have famous the Lindt chocolate chocolate boxes everywhere or is that just a fallacy. Incomplete just prejudice. Everybody from Switzerland has a Swiss Swiss army knife on the Middle Times as I mean the only Swiss army knife we have in our offices are Are People developers. I product managers and so on and so forth. I feel I'm surrounded by Swiss army nine only up there But although only in our Swiss office also in in our office now in terms of decor at your office walk inside your headquarters what what. What kind of decor do you have in your offices? Yeah the quarterback. My Office is Is Very much You know regular Regular office like we don't have any you know cruise clocks or or things like that obviously like people who bring around chocolate and limped is definitely one of the favourite..
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Smashing Security
"You S- Quilliam Times for coming on the smashing security show to do the special interview only do I Ingraham appreciate this professional insight but many of our listeners Wanna get to know our sponsors better so it's really great that you're here. I thanks for having me back now first before we get into this. How have you been doing has the summer been really busy or if you've been able to just focus on future plans and that sort of stuff summer has been so busy Z. personally and professionally yeah but here at logged in and last pass of course July first we release our new new identity and access management product so that creates an incredible amount of opportunity for us to really help people solve problems around securing access. We have been busy the past ask you know two and a half months really helping our customers figure out what's going to be best for their employees their companies so that they can manage security and secure identities Phil. That's that's interesting because this is why chose this topic for us today we you and I both worked in the tech environment for quite a while I was I'd know maybe twenty years now. Oh Gosh Yeah it's like twenty whisper whisper years time flies when you're having fun and often the products and services that we create from tech companies make huge impact on the it guys day to day life right it can make it more complicated it can make it more challenging but it could also make it much easier and I thought maybe we could talk about the challenges that face the IT purse when it comes to security because some challenges are more obvious than others actually maybe we should. I talk about the key responsibilities facing acing. It person just so they were on the same page. Yeah you know it's so interesting a talk to a lot of it people hey hey peeps you know all different different all different levels and particularly when you're looking at somebody in a small and medium business where my huge takeaway is literally. They are a Swiss Swiss army knife more than just security right. I mean they're responsible for everything from tech support to. Does everybody have a computer. Is everybody have access to the applications so the applications were using what's needed. They meet our requirements. Hey the printer's not working. Oh my Gosh I have to patch my end points. Let alone how am I making sure that people are getting getting access to what they need when they need it and so it's this like Plethora thrown out that twenty five cent were right of of responsibilities at amazing knees ing but the craziest thing is to the one whether I talked to CEO or CIO here or our SYS admin. Is that when you say what you do want a daily basis ninety nine percents I put out buyers so it's all that base work that I just described on top of putting out fires in. How do you do that what I often found speaking to? It people in that sector specifically actually also in the enterprise basis aces well you have these huge plans. The your stakeholders are bosses really want to get off the ground right. Maybe it's a sales tool to help. Grow the company or maybe it's a marketing tool tool and yet you spend your time putting out fires all the time. You've allocated time to do the big project but you just can't ever get there. Yeah I think it's really challenging and and I think what you just mentioned actually is really important. It's understanding the priorities of the company and then being able to align your it strategies outages and decisions behind it so at least you have that sort of shared common language and idea but figuring out how you do everything you've committed to wall keeping the baseline and your end users employees happiest really hard. Do you agree with that. security triads the idea that being an it person insecurity is effectively about ensuring confidentiality integrity and availability of files. Do you think that said that sums it up or is there more to it. I mean I I think it does but I think there's a lot more to it. I mean that makes it sound like three check boxes but there's you know there's so much stuff that that you have to consider when you're deciding and choosing using a security solution and I mean I think part of it the biggest part that I've heard from our customers and and others is ensuring that you're able able to get buy in and you're able to be successful with the people who are using it because this is not the movie field of dreams right. If you build it they will not come unless you unless you have the clout to do that and in a lot of organizations of all sizes. It can't do that so how you get end user by and I think is a huge issue and then smaller medium size organizations where the decision maker the person who really is responsible for the budget isn't technical or isn't an it he person the other challenge is how do you get them to really understand why you're asking for what you're asking for so. I think those are you. You know sort of two things that people don't really take into consideration when they're thinking about deploying security in an organization have the tools but how do you get people to use them. And how do you get your leadership to buy into funding them. Often the it person almost has the responsibility of going and getting everyone on board like it's your job to educate educate the users on security and teach them how to use tools that you have to safeguard our data and our people and yet they're not necessarily trained to be a leader in that area their it guys they're not necessarily the person who can be at the forefront and do a presentation or whatever and make people understand the importance security exactly and particularly when you're wearing so many hats and this one in security is not easy security moves fast yeah new threats all the time new potential ways to solve them and even talking to your CEO or Coo who may not understand ended. They may not even understand that. There's a literal industry of hackers out there who are trying to get into organizations of all sizes in in industry right. They have products that they sell. They have pricing strategies. They have tech support. That's what your. It person is battling so so the challenges oranges. If we do a little list here we've got bosses that don't necessarily get the issue or are supporting their. It guys there's the users that don't necessarily understand why they have to do the things that they have to do. And there's the outside threat that's constantly banging at every single door and window of the organization and their job is to come in nine to five and solve of all these problems but wait. There's more I think about how complex their world is now. It's not like I give you a computer and that's all you have. Ah and you're bringing your phone and you're bringing in an APP that you can just put on your credit card that I'm sure we'll make your department run faster but may or may not be secure. Oh and by the way have our employees work outside of our company outside of our four walls. Oh in another third are contractors. Here's how I handle that do you think comparing enterprises to SNB's. Can I use the hospital analogy so like in a big city. You've got a huge hospital and maybe even an in university hospital with lows of specialists that really understands specific problems and maybe the is more like small health center outside of town for so you've got really good. GP But they have to be kinda trained in everything. You know it's really interesting. are not leader here just gave a Webinar actually sean sort of ten things that it managers should should do to shore up their organization and one and he's been here for years so he really helped grow log man in one one thing he mentioned is you know really going from a very small organization full of generalists so in a Swiss army knife wears many hats now. We have more than eighty people in. It and seven different departments so you are able to have that that kind of specialization we also have you know a lot of requirements and and things like that but I think you're right on. I do think that large organizations who are well funded. You are able to get that specialization but you know what you run into. I'm to tell me labor shortage how you getting qualified people and as a big problem. We've talked about that on the show before the fact so you've got companies that are asking for specific skill. Sets and people are desperate to get in the industry but somehow there's a disconnect. I always think companies can train smart people people in anything so look for the experience. I think at the get the brainiacs but I guess they have no one to train them. I will I think that's true but also you also have to make now now. This isn't even about security anymore. It's really about company. Culture was when you bring somebody in you do invest in you train them if you're able to and you have that mentor that Knowledge Jeff up but then you have to keep on and I think that this is actually probably one of the biggest problems that hitting companies large and small but you had those smaller organizations that haven't even harder time hiring quality talent right because it's just you know they're offers probably aren't as high you know not quite as lucrative. Maybe the ping pong table and lunch every Wednesday sort of I guess we can pivot really right now to the idea that actually this is why security technology exists not only to help the CEO's have a safe environment but we also designed them and log me in design them to make the IT security guy or Gal's job easier this year a day to day basis that one of the key tenants is ease of year right. How can we make doing business simple and safe in a part of that has to do with making it easy for the people who are going to be using it on a daily basis your employees but also part of it is. How do we make it easy for you. How do we make it easy for you to integrate into your own infrastructure the infrastructure you have now and the infrastructure that you're going to grow into because you're going to be so successful right as an organization nation and how do we make it easy for you to maintain. How do you make it easy for you to know what's going on and I think there are these elements of reporting automation. That are really critical because you don't have to add resources for every product that you buy to secure organization yeah. I guess it comes down to Roa. Doesn't it like the return on investment so if I'm going to invest in not only buying the software but also learning at it needs to pay back ten folds so that I can see the value of it and I can sell it to my boss. Yes yes but I think that's another thing to talk about is how do you while doing all this stuff as an. It person how do you actually really sell what you need to your potentially nontechnical leader exactly so you need your boss on fight it makes your life so much easier in any the job right but I imagine an. It it's huge because they hold the purse strings and everything yeah so. Do you have any advice for that. It guy so there's nineteen guy out there who really wants to invest in a piece of security software to protect users protect the company. How would he go or how would she go about that. I think it's a couple of it right. One thing is definitely take the time time to tie your. It strategy or your priority to the business requirements the key piece that I learned being in marketing for twenty something years ours is is knowing your audience and being able to speak their language and so that's the other pieces you have to be able to speak the language of your leadership team so so they may not know the details behind even the terms like single sign on or federated identity or multi factor authentication yet but they do understand letting their employees get access to applications anywhere they want anytime they want so they can be more productive you know. I think that's such an important point because I think that's something that actually most of us learn with age and experience is actually using big words and complicated thought structures is actually not very smart because it limits the number of people that understand what you're saying. It's true I mean the truth is the truth is words matter yet but when I was when I came out of college and I went into my first jobs. Yes you bet your bottom dollar. I was trying to prove to everyone I was smart and I did that by trying to make things a bit more complex so it's interesting. I think you're right so knowing what your audience we need from you and then catering exactly to that rather than trying to show your so your skills and your smart yeah. I think also an invest in education we talk about educating the end users you know ensuring that they understand. You know why security matters why we're asking you to do things no the impact your behavior can have on this entire organization but at the same time there is an education campaign that does need to happen to senior management. What is truly the environment that we're or in when it comes to the potential of threats what kind of threats are out there. What are other ways organizations are doing that the more they can understand and then the more you can speak their language. Ingrid the easier. It's going to be for them to be able to not just approved but champion your initiatives. Yeah and plus a lot of the skills that you'll be able to share with your a users are useful in their personal lives as well they all have their houses are riddled with smart devices as well and Iot. TV's and smart home assistance stints and a lot of that education will help them secure themselves in their home environment..
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Middle. No doubt <hes> there's no way for the quarterback have to go <hes> when you have edge rushers outside of what von miller did the cam newton in the super bowl that was just phenomenal taking nothing away but that quarterback does have a an escape route. If it's coming around the edge she can escape up. He can escape away from you. He can circle around you <hes> boot. What have you when there's pressure up the middle. All you can do is protect yourself and the play is dead. I mean the play is absolutely <hes>. If you get interior pressure on any quarterback the the percentage is go down. The passer rating goes down so imagine the guy that i can do it almost at will and let me say this in the n._f._c. west and possibly the n._f._c. and maybe the n._f._l. There isn't a guy out there yet that can stop op him by himself. One on one we haven't seen we haven't seen that guy yet all right looking last year at the just the division standings right. I mean there was the rams. The basically ran away with the division had thirteen wins seattle had ten. I don't believe the san francisco hype of them. Turning it around that much i mean there were four and twelve last year arizona's three and thirteen they bring in collar murray but we still think there are a long ways away. So what how close do you think. Seattle is to closing that gap on the rams and is is there any concern within the division aside from just the bigger picture of the rest of the conference. I think seattle's good last year was a supposedly a rebuilding season for pete carroll and russell wilson and they they made the playoffs <hes> even when they made their playoff exit. Pete carroll says this is just the beginning. There's no no one here has their head down. This is just the beginning and so i i think they're they're always close. <hes> they're never gonna let you run away with the division unless pete carroll retires <hes> but about san francisco i mean to be honest ajman there one guy away from being pretty damn dangerous i in this division and in the conference and that is jimmy garoppolo if jimmy garoppolo turns into. Let's just say a guy not even the guy just a guy. Don't turn it over be alex smith. You've got problems with the rest of that roster. They're talented. Kettle is as good as anybody. They're tight end is a swiss swiss army knife. Their defensive line and defensive particular is loaded <hes> they can get after you <hes> so if garoppolo turns out to be a fraud then foreign twelve is entirely possible but he's good look out they could be right there so seattle's not very far away and i. I like the way they're doing it. Running the football and letting russell wilson beat you with beach won his arm when when it's necessary rams analysts demarco far who is not here for mike trudell poo pooing think of the san francisco forty niners joining us right now sodano show e._s._p._n. L._a. wh- the the easy answers girlies knee put that aside aside for a second <hes> if there is a place where you would worry about regression from the rams that isn't girly where it come from <hes> <hes> <hes> that that's the spot john sullivan is is done playing football a lot of experience <hes> a guy that gave all he had literally and that was it so you got to replace him at center the key spot and then roger sappho has gone <hes> took the big money in tennessee and he deserved it so and replacing those two guys with two guys we haven't started the game yet so that's always going to be an issue and not only that they haven't played in the preseason so september is going to be kind of question mark with those guys so outside of todd todd girlies knee that would be the next concern but you know that goes away with.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"They've left the roster spot open. I'm curious to get your both your thoughts on this bio start with you. I'm not saying a specific player player. I'm asking you what kind of player should they be seeking in that buyout market or waiting to see to fill that last roster spot with a guy that can do a little bit of everything and we talked earlier about Andrea dollar you know he he's a guy this a Swiss Swiss army knife does a little bit everything right on both ends of the floor so I think they have to look for somebody like that. They're gonNA feel that last spot. It's got to be somebody that can do a little bit of everything not one particular thing being well yeah but he does a little bit of everything pretty damn good yeah. Yeah I agree like six seven can play point guard can can <hes> space the floor a little bit yeah as an tremendous passer an high high high Q. Player in a Hi q defensive player right. He's a guy not only is. He GonNa make great place because he's smart. He's GonNa make everybody else better because he talks right and so you know it's you know what's funny to me. What I Garrett Temple was a guy that was surprised? Get off the board so quick yeah. He would have been to me he would sit nice fit with as Lincoln agree. That's a good name just knows what he's doing and play play understands his role Byron and I were talking about I asked him where's the dollar fit the best like who need him the most and he brought up a great point. The rockets would need him the most of the teams that are out there because Rawson James played in a minute right like the Dantonio US another voice in the locker room. I think the Lakers could use more yeah yeah I just think the clippers and rockets because they're the teams that can treat acids for him right. I would say man look in the rockets. I'm GonNa just say I just do not have any confidence in that situation. I don't think <music> adding it with dollars. Yeah help get fired enter this and also unfortunately igwe dollar while he's a great voice in the locker room. He's also kind of a jerk and I see that in the most respectful and he's one of my favorite legit favorite players in the N._B._A.. But he's kind of a jerk and if things are going not going correctly. He's not going to sit and be silent. He's going to let people know but he's not going to let them know in. Come on guys can do away. He's doing that but that's what a Houston might me when you've got two guys like Russ in harden now first of all they've never won nothing N._B._A.. Yeah this guy has yeah so. They're gonNA respect him from the Gig go because because he's he's been on team this one champion multiple champion he's been M._v._p.. And the finals you know so his word will carry some weight and like you say he ain't GonNa say a nice. You know so then a day my hate him right but they're gonNA. Look at him like well. He's right so that's the only reason I say I agree with you. As far I would love to see him with the Lakers right but between the clippers in Houston who could who could use him the most would be how the Houston Museum the Clippers get an. It'd be great yeah but I think Houston probably right needs him more yeah. Hey guys don't forget I mentioned this hour in the commercial breaks in one of these commercial breaks. You got the phone before six o'clock when you hear Mason's voice okay and he says Aloha rambling rambling good luck and say Mahalo later once you hear that in one of the commercial breaks BA- caller seven at eight seven seven seven ten E._S._p._N.. And you qualify not win qualify for.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Unladylike
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"swiss swiss army" Discussed on The Yardwork
"Back seat like holy shit. Like you're gonna go see until you burn like it's like a big football fan. I exactly that is so crazy. I guess the area that I was going to was called study aisles for those guys out there. Sunny house is very prestige areas. It's got beautiful buildings on the coastline has got the beautiful Trump building their gotta other other bad leg. It's the place that we went to call the mansion of our arcola in the next to the next to the booth beautiful Trump Tower that they have next sale bunch of just other beautiful hotels, that are considered condos, like stars that they all floors, and, like Justin beaver own something must be nice must be nice hit met I've talked about. So look when I. Get there. He's, he's like inside of this. He's incited a cigar room and he's sitting there with his dad, 'cause everyone has got room. Yeah. So I'm sitting there he's sitting there with his dad, and I'm getting escort it up by one of the gun as one of the gentlemans downstairs, and thinking me up and a walking as a walk. I'm like, man. This, this building looks amazing. I if you guys go made Instagram, you'll be able to see the store you'll see everything, and you'll put the door for me. Tokyo's is looking smile. He's got a cigar like oh, shit like this is really in Tonio Brown like this, it's the grabs crazy social media's absolutely crazy literally brought to in Tokyo, bro. Crazy. Sudden wild wild man's of stoke of sitting there and shake the guy's hand. I'm just like looking at a like bed, you're, you're the guy, the whole city just raves. This is this is what he's a steel. So they're all you guys, this was once you said, was last year, last Marceau's about you'll go. It was it was the it was before the last season of his him being Steelers. So you've been before last. Right. So before last year. So he's already been longer. Even he's been already a six time pro no been eight time right away. He's been established as Tony will Brown at this point. Right in, in the Modu the before. So when we train that following season, he led the NFL in touchdown receptions, which is great. You know, I was like, hey medic put that on the resume too. You know from being a part of someone's success in the slightly. You know some of that led the fail in touchdown receptions thought that was amazing and Yemen. And so we took it on we, we we we hit the hit the gym right away. We sat down. We spoke talked about certain things you know. I just I just, you know, I was all ears, just let everything to soak in everything, right? Yeah. He had a, you know, a who we thought where, you know, we're talking about who the greatest basketball players were we both agreed that we both. Agreed. It was the broad. I'm what I'm with. I know that, that's a debate man that could get you get your read, I would not tear families apart. You know, so was we both we both agree to the broad the prospect is, he's a Swiss Swiss army knife. Right. People don't understand that, you know, LeBron yet, he does some diva things that piss people that, but that's at suit. We're not not is performance. You know, people people don't like LeBron because of his attitude, right 'em, like attitude has nothing to do with this guy's numbers before by that's that your feelings blames don't occur. You know, they don't tell for, you know a performance with with so much Dewey. I'm going to read it up also because you the way how you act on a field should not determine how you are as a person when you're on the court manure field when you're that competitive you when you're in that, that zone that Thome vision, you can't define someone based off of that at right at, you know what these guys are divas staring divas in separate. Okay. They all feel like they, they deserve to be, you know, have certain things over others. Right. All they all feel for steam if Bill. So they're all dealers in a certain way this for some people, it just LeBron Roth's, a lot of people look, he's been doing everything the right way, his actors really isn't tire light. There's really nothing to be the guy hasn't been in trouble for PD's. He's dealing with actually. He's been with the same Mormon basically entire life. He's a fairyland. He cares about the community. Right. Is it? Sometimes people people moved his aunt. Sometimes. Right. It's, it's just to the thing is people can't necessarily relate so much to him. Because we've, we've all messed up ourselves. I've messed plenty of. Right. So we'll All. be all. Would you see a guy who doesn't mess up? Is it pisses some people off there like hot hobby? You how were you able to do? You know what I mean? That's why a lot of people gravitate towards people who do fail. And then succeed. You know what I mean by right? We can all relate to that, all to ELS in tons of elves in, you know in able to perceive bounce back. Right. Exactly. You know, so that's, that's why maybe some, some people out there are not able to relate to him as much because it's been pretty celebrity since he was seventeen years old. Right. Right. So, you know it can you imagine how hard it is for for a guide to, to be able to have to live up to that expectation? You know, it's what things to perform, but I feel bad for his kids mad. Right. That expectation been higher and everyone is all they're fine if so much money. It's like dude, that's a tough act to follow as the Shona minute brunch. Vinegary. You're right. You're their lives are incredible. Right now they can get anything. They want. I know they work hard, those kids, but one that got a one kid one Brian junior gets out of high school. He'll have the rest of his life to hear that he was a failure if he doesn't feed and you can't live up to or the greatest fashionable player ever. Right. Absolutely. The for those of you listeners out there, just, just the match those of you, that may be have older brother who was pretty good at his high school, you know, and you came up, you know, maybe four years later, in every all the coaches are still there that coach your brother and they and they said, okay, you know, it's your time and we all expect for you to dominate the league. You know, the division wherever you're at and, and you had these high expectations, but can you imagine? It'll broaden did it on a national level. The world. You know what I mean? Not just the city, not just the districts with the world. You know, you have is kid to who's being brought into all this, you know, to be playing basketball has to be good. You know what I mean? That's. Dude. David, David Beckham son men he was playing professional ball because she was sixteen seventeen but because he was on kind of not as good club, and wasn't that he was playing like division, two ish like the beat the b squad for it, and it wasn't at the organization that his dad was much better Hughes. I just can't handle the pressure, and he stopped writing. So like it does happen. It's not like guys don't feel pressure because they definitely do from their parents. Right. It may be. Maybe David Beckham son, would've been a tremendous player, if you didn't have able spotlight's on, right? Because you're young. You got the spotlight on you. It's Tori friends. Hannibal right. A different Adam man, you can't even really beat yourself with your always being washed and judged. Critique them. You know, I it's tough on a kid that very tough on a kid, 'cause your mind is not fully developed at age of seventeen that they dry. Team. You know, you're, you're still learning yourself. So it's tough Manson to hear negative criticism. You know, as she can, you know, at that age very tough. And one of the last things I wanna ask you for this because we're. Shoe? My words. Numbers. I was I was like look was looking at my. Freedom paper and I cross on, on just completely just loss it for a second. It's been a good episode man. It's been it's been a long, which, which I love, I mean, I got I'm getting again a little confused the out. But we're just we see we say one of the last questions I wanna ask you is. I see you also work in Leonard, your training letter for net. And I got it on my all my dynasty fantasy team all our no man. How we look in this upcoming season. Okay. So with Leonard bail. Let me tell you about it later. Leonard is a big kid competition because he's still young writer. So he's a lot younger. He's got this guide gives it, you know, these monster, you know, even when he you know, he gains way gets a little bit out of shape he, he can. He can still, you know, be able to shred the weight back down and still be that bouncer Buick the terrify running back that, you know, the league is doesn't wanna see. But what, what all started van was randomly again? Like I wasn't even I never reach out to litter and I post the workout opposed to the workout, and he, I guess it was it was the workout that I had two dumbbells press to get other knows, you know, disrupting it and I was laying lay down on my backers Dumbo press with the Trump together lane on my back legis posted. And I posted it happen. The shower about the my day started Saturday morning and get the shower. Check my phone going Instagram in next got message from Leonard fournette. Joe? What's up man? And I said what the fuck? Excuse. My language. Later like you imagine kid, right? What you I I I just like all of you guys out there. I'm not a million not, not nothing like that. So I am a normal human being just like the rest of all of us that are listening in and to have Leonard Guinea pig yourself having Leonard. Right. New say, hey, what's up man? You know. And it's just like Alicia like this litter for net like, I'm just like, okay, well, you must've seen one of the workout must be interested, like all these things cross my mind, Mike. It's still at the time it still June. June ish. Right, late Hyun a literally a year ago from from today, and I'm like, okay, like maybe this guy wants to train like you know. So I wrote I proceed, I ride them back and say, hey, how's it going littered? Like can I help you brother, you know, and he writes me back? He says, hey man, I need to get shape is like I have been on. The field in like them. They're six months haven't lifted weights. I been terrible it, I'm like, I'm thinking my head, I'm like while they're like trying to caps gonna be starting in late July. It's already Jude. How soon do you wanna get started? And he said, man, I gotta wait like two more weeks in Europe with my mom, you know, we're still on vacation..
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"He did. Yeah. He would have been wouldn't have any returner punt returner and kickoff guy player and no one. You're exactly right. And he and he was you talk about the what the knife the Swiss Swiss army knife, he would have been there. The Swiss army knife twenty nine twenty nine fund so much fun. Here's the other one Brad muster. Brad muster was about us about a six foot four fullback. But he was an excellent runner to run him on a lot of traps. He was a great pass catcher out of the backfield. You're exactly right. The h back position meant for him bad for him. You're exactly right. I'm thinking right now Zach ertz, you know, he would be a typical H back tight end these days, and he blocked, and he's a fullback and running back. Okay. My third one. And this is what maybe my all time favorite Chicago bear other than you. I. Here's a guy cap Boso cap Boso. That's my that's my favorite Chicago Bears. Well, this guy every game. I watched play. He got into a fight with someone somewhat every other practice. Practice camp. You talk about the true grit, tough guy. He he was offended when someone tackled him. He was he was run the ball Mike, dick when he caught it. I mean, all those clips of. The Monday night game. What into the that that came up with a big piece of sod turf? Entire is were covered with the sod lives down into his helmet peel that off thought it was a touchdown purist. Here's competitors grittiest players ever loved the block love to love to catch and run love to play special teams. And I say he would get tackled, and he was fended that they would tackle him. And he wanted he wanted to fight. Fold up as they say. And now my fourth one Jim Harbaugh watching that tape you have to be as tough as any quarterback that ever played the game. And you never got a roughing the passer. The officials must have thought we cannot now Marino in touch Marino flake came out, you touched any of those those prolific passers during the time. I hit you at knocked teeth out of your mouth in the chest, your spitting blood. I mean, you're on the limping and not I saw one one time through the ball and the guy in the back late, which was probably the softest hit that you took on those on those particular, and how many times third down and nine you would scramble and it came to where the yard marker was if you slide you weren't going to make it you had to go head first and defensive. Boom head to head. They would come down on. You know, no consequence whatsoever in all that. But and the other thing is I would love to know. Love to take on under center and in shotgun. When you in the shotgun, you're passing percentage head to be up in the seventies. When they they didn't do it much except in. Two minute offense third down. They let you do that. And the other times it was always under center, and it was always the same spot. They didn't get you out on the perimeter as much as they could. So so those are my three I had some other things I wanted to say, I didn't think you're going to be here. So I know how modest yard. I don't want to step away. Continue. But. Yet. But I will let you watch those tapes. I I'm so so very proud to be reminded of those great days..
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on WWL
"On the New Orleans Saints radio network. Here. We are at Felix is on a lake welcome in to the point after on the New Orleans Saints radio network along with a Cajun cannon, Bobby abor-. I'm Kristian garic the saints win twenty eight to fourteen today over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Bobby got off to a slow start. But that tastes mill blocked. Punt kind of turn things around the kind of woke up a little bit wins a win. But it looks like the saints that we had seen at previous ten game winning streak. Well, look at how you finish a game. You get twenty five points. That speaks for itself. So for all you trollers are haters. I don't know how to describe them with all of a sudden Sunday tormenting the saints that have time you have to look at the big picture. I mean, they got they got some miserable people in the world that that I don't know you look on Twitter. You live here. And you don't care for the Saint. We'll move the hell outta here. I mean, it's like they hate drew Brees. They hate the saints. And they just the nameless. Habur miserable live. I don't know how to describe it. They just they just in general if you talk to one to one they losers the day losers. It makes himself you'll better if they dragged the likes of drew Brees down are the saints down. And that's why hey ain't over till? It's over you can hate all you want the saints back to back NFC, south campus. That's not an opinion that that's a fact so you can hate all you want. I mean, it's unbelievable. When I see what we have here in New Orleans and for not one hundred percent for people to be on board. I got a tweet at halftime. When I said the six number of last six quarters, I'll say look at the saints offense has been awful. No other way to say it, and I get a tweet saying is they should refund. The saints season ticket holders, all our money. I'm like that's an overreaction ever sold. At goodness. They have a number of people fans. Get caught up in early limited emotional glass glass case while they live their prisoners of the moment to are. They say drew Brees looks old overnight put in teddy Bridgewater. We'll whatever I mean. Yeah. I mean, it's almost comical to the point. But with that being said. You're looking you Orleans clinch in the NFC south title back to back seat and for the first time in franchise history. Again, that's not an opinion. That's a fact one thing. The saints have had their number that in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers now thirty three and twenty one the club's best winning percentage versus any NFL Ponant that they faced and more important. It's a division opponent. And then you look at Tampa all that stuff to win on the road. What what are we on the road? Now, you wanna go five hundred six one on the road right now. So now look at tab. We'll have a fifteen in nine overall record. So Chris that right? There speaks for itself. And where we're able to do as far as a winning at Tampa Bay. It has not been a whole field van. Fifteen. Yeah. I've been an advantage overall when you look at saints of buccaneer history. And then another thing that's a real positive scoring deepened again now then happen against Dallas. But if we keep doing that the saints Cain help win. We're now seventy two and nine on the Sean Payton, we're whole opponents to twenty or fewer points thing about that seventy two wins. That's fine. They've done that back to back games. They shut out the team. His thoughts. Quick pause. Ten seconds for station identification here on the New Orleans. Saints radio network, the flagship station of the saints the big eight seventy WWL New Orleans one zero five three WWL FM and HD one Kenner, New Orleans. Our radio dot com station. Back. Here Felix is on the lake for the point after seventy four hundred lakeshore drive who DAT and celebrating the twenty eight to fourteen victory. How about this is the saints defense? No, Bobby, look, you can make the argument there the reason saints we're able to stay in this ball game. Well, held the number one offense to under three hundred yards of total offense that speaks for itself. And you look at Tampa Bay came into the game. The number one third down offense. I should say. Yeah. Number one third down office. Number four third down defense only giving up thirty three percent where we were six to twelve fifty percent. And they were six or fourteen forty three percent. They were getting fifty percent conversion rate. So we just look at that that kind of speaks for itself when you look at what Tampa Bay has done lately. What have you done for me lately? And the one thing and when all said, it doesn't matter how you come about it. But the saints end up having thirty rushing place, and you look at it marking a marriage for yards a carry alma Kamara of four point three. So you say look I thought we'd run the ball a little better than like that in the first half. Because the buccaneers were given up five yard to run coming into the game by both Ingram and Camaro four yards are better. Now when you look at Michael Thomas. Look at eleven catches ninety eight yards. I think he kind of build upon what he did in that first game against Tampa Bay. When he had a franchise record sixteen receptions, one hundred eighty yards and a touchdown. So yeah, I'd say Michael Thomas is definitely a bucket here. A nightmare. Now. Michael Evans night, the not the game that had against Lattimore, you know, in the Superdome when you look at all seven of his targets. He caught one hundred forty seven yards. We was targeted sixty four receptions, eighty six charge did average twenty one and a half. But overall he was not over that a hundred yard Mark. And when you look at Evans he has topped two thousand receiving yards through the fifth straight season. So I think that was a big feather an individual cap, but now you look at Cam Jarnac Sheldon rankings they combined for three sacks. Cam had to rank is had one. You look a quarterback hurries. They had six combined each had three tackles for loss. Tom had to rank it's had one pass defended able able to get their hands on the ball. So to me Cam jarring again based on what he did last year is gonna be all broken when you look at the complete O'Dowd davits event. I second third down the Sheldon rankings is now a Pro Bowl when you look at first round draft pick the Mario Davis continues to lead the team in tackles with eight. So yeah, this is a defensive effort, but look at tastes inhale what he brings to the table who the tone and that blocked. Punt look what he's done this season, Bobby. He's completed a pass run for a touchdown caught a pass return kicks recorded tackles blocked punt. So he's the ultimate utility player. Even got a bootleg tee-shirt. It's a Swiss Swiss army knife taste of hill. That's what tastes him hill is. And that's what's unbelievable, and they credit you when you go down and look at the numbers. Here's Tampa Bay having the number one passing attack in the lead in the league. Now. Do you think about that? That's not an opinion. Tampa Bay was averaging three hundred forty four and a half yards passing today. Only had one hundred seventy four now I thought we'd have to be on the plus side and the turnover margin. Now, we're minus one, but that blocked put like you said is kind of how it doesn't count statistically against the turtle takeaway giveaway ratio. It is. But it counts as a stop on it. Yeah. So then the being you know, it wasn't a positive necessarily. We're a plus one plus two, but it wasn't a negative. I think overall because put blocked by taste of hill. You know, what else was critical every position matters. You know, when you're talking about clutch who was clutch Carlos Santos to listen to Tampa Bay buccaneer fans, they might want to send them back to two lane to Brazil. He was over to think about the field goals made hit hit the goalpost. He missed one. Would they will lutts? Do he field goals? So that's a six point swing. If you look at it could have been twenty two three that changes things without a doubt without a doubt. That's why we'll let you can Santos Santos dealing with Andrews in all the member. Tulane outstanding cheese. And then all of a sudden he gets an opportunity with the bucks. But but not coming through. That's the difference. The NFL when you setting the tone in the momentum like that six points in your favor or against I think that was critical and then another area, we always talk about penalties. Tampa Bay had ten penalties. You know, he talked about ten yards. That's I'm telling you touchdown. So we were more disciplined ten for eighty four. So roughly, I mean, that's big. That's that's a lot. That's point to drive that is points where we said this was a flag. Happy crew that because they end up throwing sixteen flying team. What was my reaction when we found out drone Bogart? They're constantly throwing I've seen him. I've been down there. Watch games that they've called not just against the saints. But they have a reputation. Double digits, plus all every time every game and always disorganized as well. You notice that the came seem to drag on because not just because of the amount of calls. But also the way that they officiated they had talked quite a bit. They've always been that way. Yeah. They've always been that way. And I think that is critical and a lot of times you don't everybody. You know, we average it thirty seven points a game, and you get a little spoiled, and you don't realize okay. What happened to the saints for the last six quarters? But you look how they found a way to get the momentum and to win in that second half. I think that's crucial critical and the saints. We we played for bigger and better things. But right now the saints or NFC, south champions the first time in franchise history. You're talking about over fifty years and has never had Bali. Tell me if you this before we go to the pre set it on a show that basically that lost a Dallas you wanna play as quickly as possible. I think that that little mini by I think caused them to linger a little bit in this game. Because they were they were thinking about that. A little bit too long. Perhaps I I dunno Tampa Bay won two games in a row. They are right behind the saints in sacks. So you look at third down defense. No, it's the NFL. I mean, you have to come the plate. Now. I think I was driving here Christian. You brought up the point. Boy, it's amazing to show you how tough it is at one point in the beginning of the season. Who said was the toughest division NFC south falcons joke. Carolina. Carolina was four to write six hundred sixty two. Yeah. Five hundred zero look Atlanta's now Tampa Bay kinda came back now they're going back. But it's amazing. If somebody would've told me in August before we we played Carolina. We're already won the NFC south out of said no way because I thought to be objective and build up on. We did last year. I said we're gonna win eleven games twelve games. Best twelve fours and outstanding season. Well, what are we right now Lebanon to elaborate a go? So now, you expect bigger and better things. So you say go bears tonight, we still playing for the number one seed so the road Lanta those through the Mercedes Benz Superdome. So hopefully, the bears is gonna be cold. I don't know what's going to happen with the Rams, but I know right now, we still in a great position if you've got one or two seats because you got to buy and at least you get one home playoff game is critical to try and get to the Super Bowl. Bobby Abeer Kristian garic here on the point after live at Felix's on.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bad weather depends on the weather. Well, it's muggy low sixty six tonight. Tomorrow eighty to kind of the same mixture of clouds and sun or otherwise known as partly cloudy, high eighty two. Rain for Florence is expected to arrive late Monday night and then on and off throughout Tuesday locally, hired downpours may results. Wednesday, mostly sunny and cooler, less humid, seventy seventy degrees. So I want to give you a little preview of choices. I've made on this trip because they might give you some information. I chose to go Iceland air, and it seems like Icelandair has become a budget carrier. Colleague that went on a trip to Iceland on Icelandair, and he did not like Icelandair. He's at not not worth it. Next time. I'm gonna pay. Because they nickeled and dimed them. So I only elected what they call a light Iceland air light, which is super budget and the only real difference that I can see is. You don't get to take anything like zero bags, and they say, they're saying, hey, you can pack lightly enough. We'll let you take advantage of the. The value. Another thing is they say, well, we won't charge. You much. You can put it two ways. You could also interpreted to mean. Well, we charge you much, but you don't get to bring anything. But it was enough. So I was willing to take a chance I feel like it's probably what a lot of people do. And I think a lot of people regret it. We'll see because I feel like I am really able to pack lightly and. If I can save a couple of hundred bucks. Well, I think I'll give it a go. I I'm very carefully researched the size of the pack that I can take twenty one fifteen by seven seven and three quarters or something. But I just I'm gonna play it safe and say seven. Lot of what I pack. Some of it. Anyway, I could put on when it's time to go through the. You know, the check in. Including windbreaker. I can put that on right now. It's packed. I can put that on. Goes I can put on all my underwear and socks. I'd hate to have to do that. But I can get that thing real small. If I have to another thing, I can do is pack a really really small zipper bag. And if my item doesn't fit and I could use that zipper bag to put stuff in the little zipper bag could count as my other little carry on like a laptop or purse. That's my man purse, sir. We'll see how it goes. What else? Oh, no app. No mobile app for Icelandair. Andrew checked it out he searched airline mobile apps, and it said Icelandair does not have one that seems weird to me. Why wouldn't you have one? What are you doing makes me nervous? Is that any way to run an airline? I don't know. That means you can't have the safety of having your boarding pass on the app, you need to have a hard copy. It's kinda cool to have a backup. In case. You lose your boarding pass. You don't have to go to check in and all I've grown used to having the boarding pass on the app not having to deal with the paper. And what else about the process other than that? The process is pretty good. You have an option. To have a fancy saga class, which is really as I understand it kinda like just premium comfort only with better service. But none of that involves me because I'm. Taking the low road. And why do I feel like I can do that? Well. It's only five hours directly. Vic, you're not talking an eight or ten hour flight five hours is less fewer hours less time than it takes to get to California. And I can sit on JetBlue fighters for you know, it's only one more hour than it is to go to Austin. Can you believe that? No, wait is that true ZEIST four hours might be four hours. It's five hours flat directly. Vic, you just kinda go over Maine, Maine and then Canada and then. Over a little bit of ocean. And then you're there the remainder of the flight the second half from to. Helsinki is three something. So it's kind of broken up nicely. We'll see. As a result of this savings. I feel like I can splurge on hotel. So there's that I thought you might like to hear my packing this because they talk about packing nights so much. I'm going to tell you something, and you're going to say that is stupid, and it is kinda stupid. But I did it I figured I wanted to take a tire with me on on a Eurorail journey. So I could plink away with something to do. It was a stupid stupid stupid stupid idea. Number one. I never plunked away. Number two. I didn't get to pack much number three. Check it out. Put the Qatar up in the overhead on a train and walked away and lost. At once. I don't mind telling you I lost. It wasn't part of my in. My psyche wasn't part of. But I was used to carry carrying around. So I left. I did have a guitar case. The tar case had a couple of pockets in it. Plus, I stuffed a bunch of stuff I stuffed a bunch of things like underwear and socks in the whole inside the guitar. I know go ahead and laugh. If nothing else really proves that I can pack lightly. Just imagine doing the same thing only without the guitar. Well, here we go. It's really important. I think to have a written list because if you don't you will forget something you will forget something. And every time that I feel like I'm cocky, and I got this one. This is no big deal. I got this. I travel all the time so bother with LSI. I forget something a charger. This or that? Here we go. Documents is broken down into. Sections documents personal care, clothing and electronics. Thanks to the iphone. I have to pack much. Fewer thing many fewer things in the electrics department. So we got a backpack chooses is mine is extra small this time. Documents plane tickets in this case, I do need them train tickets in this case, I don't it's good to double check. I'm having a safe place and have copies hotel reservation. Nope. It's all online Airbnb. Passport crucial. It's make sure you put your passport in their Pac. Don't say I'll put it in just before. I go. Do not mess around with that. You could forget a couple of things to note, you need to have in some cases, three months some cases more. I think six months. Remaining on your passport after your expected return date, or sometimes they will not let you into the country you need to check that out. I saw a guy coming from Mexico on the way. I don't know where I was going. He was going. Going somewhere far away. They said, no, dude, you gotta go back to Mexico because you only have like five months left on here. Passport. That's real important. I used to put my passport and one of those cheap cloth travel. What do you call it safety wallet? Things goes around your waist, like fourteen bucks. I don't anymore because a it gets bent from. When you bend over would give it cut kind of was that fanny pack. Well, it's not really a fanny pack is just a thin thin thing. That's so thin underpants. Andrew asked me, if it was a fanny pack. No, not by I guess, technically. It's an ultra thin fanny packs only enough room to put in say some money. Some documents. Travel wallet. Now travel. Whatever I don't use it anymore. You probably know what I mean because it kind of tended to destroy the passport and. Here's one one time. I had a sort of around the neck passport thing. No more somebody cut it off in New York and stole it. My passport bad news, man. The government doesn't like you. When you lose your passport because I think you're selling it. Don't lose your passport. I'm gonna tell you something now, and you need to believe it actually you need to do it. Even if you don't believe it never put your passport down never go through your stuff and put it down on a desk a bench a and anything chances. You will walk away are significant you flustered. It's a different situation. You get a lot of things to think about going through security or whatever. Coming back from Canada, simple, Canada, the most recent trip. I. Coming through the Canadian border and the guy in front of me, put it down. I said to myself. That guy should never put that down. You probably remember this time, but there's a chance that he. Bonner number and son of a gun. He walked right away from it never put it down. And if you were with traveling with other people never let them put it down back where it goes top top rule. I have my passport and a hip carrier. I the passport is in a case. And you can say this is overboard. So what you can say whatever I bought this. Little Foley case passport slides in rubber band around that put a hole in a grandma in this case, which goes to a little thin bungee cord goes around my belt. Okay. So that case is tasked by a bungee cord the. Passport is in the case with a rubber band around it. So it can't fall out that whole thing slides in a leather larger case, which is on my belt that I made. Actually, I I didn't make that someone else made it so I take it out of that. It's still attached to a case on a bungee cord only when I take it out to show the dude. Is it naked? And then I put it back in the case rubber bands around slided into my hip leather case, it cannot fall out if it falls out the bungee cords attached. It's worked like crazy for nine years, and the passports always with me, I never leave leave it in the room ever. And never leave it in the safe ever. It's always with me. I believe that that employees have access to the safe. That the management has access to the safe. I do trust him. I don't care about money passports, more valuable than money. Next. A copy of the passport jazz, the photocopy just in case is still it's going to be a bummer if you lose it. But it's better than not having. You can say see, dude, I'm I'm legit. I'm for real. Some places you might need immunization records. I've never actually I don't think I've actually taken them. But I write it down here. I should probably raise that. I take a credit card. I take two credit cards one regular credit card. I don't use. If it's going out of the country, a separate travel only credit card, which is a travel card and waves. The three percent hit you take for foreign purchases. For me is worth. It. Also keeps us travel purchases. Isolated. You know, exactly what you spend on the trip because you pay for everything on this particular card. Again, you save three percent. And if you're. If you're over there buying a hotel. I don't know what you're buying over there. But it could it could mount up also. Your bank. Probably if it's a large Bank has. Deals with some big Bank in Europe. Maybe so that you don't have to pay at least part of the whack if it's a local machine you'll have to pay probably one fee, but your Bank may not charge you if they have a deal with the larger banks, you might go. I don't know what it would be for example that Deutsche Bank, you check with your Bank to see if they have a deal is it nickel and diamond. Yeah. But that stuff adds up, and we all wanna deal, right? I understand that. If you're a. Goldmember some. Or a higher level member in some credit cards that the Bank reimburses you for those. I can't be sure you might want to look into that. So this is my packing list. Local cash I'll get into why. Well, I'll get into why you need US currency. Debit card is good because the best way to get local currency is through the the debit card machine. Again. If you in certain situations, and it's certain banks, perhaps depending on what country you're going to you could. Waive that fee when you get money out? License you need your license. Is a special travel wallet. It's a Swiss. Swiss army knife version, it's it's a. Fabric wallet with a zipper, and it has a little sort of hook for me to hook another thing. That goes to my belt. I don't wanna lose my wallet. I don't want it fallen out of my pocket some sort of. But just not gonna happen. It saved me a bunch. Find out. Oh, that's what's that bang. Like, oh, that's my wallet attached to this little teeny bungee cord. I have rigged up if I hadn't had that wall. That would be lost. A continue here in a moment on WBZ. Jay talking. Gotta talk. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Companies physical work environment has a tremendous impact on productivity prophets and employee recruitment and retention. We're all trying to.
"swiss swiss army" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"swiss swiss army" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I've tried to run improve the people who have supported me company gets where am side approve them right our guest here on espn one thousand in chicago he's the newest member of the monday night football broadcast crew so close to hear the chicago bears have had what we think is a very good off season i saw nfl dot com just said they had the best off season and i saw bill parcells going that means nothing let me see how they play where do you stand on the bears now versus where you stood on them yeah look i think it's all about relationships and all about marrying your philosophical beliefs from front office and coaching perspective with players that you have and i think they've done everything that they can do within their power to just point try and be that from getting matt maggie and they're not getting the kinds of coaches that he wants particularly on the outside of the offense to side of the ball and leaving coach fangio in place on the defensive side of the ball and then going get players to enact his vision especially for off at the side of the ball that that he that he had coming in there and then when you go out and you get guys like alan robins robertson is fantastic as far as an outside line player taylor gabriel i think is a very explosive playmaker who do they see his best yet guy like crepe burton who's just a swiss swiss army knife of sorts he can use and then getting into crap and getting guys like anthony miller that's that's exactly what you wanna do and then james daniels it'd be interesting to see where they wind up playing wind up playing guard does wind up playing at centre these are the kind of things that really set you up for success i believe i think chicago was well on its way i think is going to be good to be one of those football teams that as long as all of these offseason moves translate into increased production on the football field and matt doesn't lose sight of the fact that again even though he may have been right now that he may have to tweak.