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"three guests" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"three guests" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Orleans. Scott brooks out as the wizards head coach for game five tonight and we don't know how long chris paul will be out if he will be out with the western conference finals. Maybe it's easier to say who's in instead of who's out. Yes seton o'connor you have a question for me. Well we were talking about Maybe there's like a guest ratio to limerick ratio. Okay so like if fritzy has one guestbook he. He's capped it one limerick but he had three guests today. Not when the show started we. Also the cutoff is when the show star nine. Am eastern okay. Well he he got chris mannix and then jon wertheim and then i told him to call nick right right. I'm open to the idea though that if todd books guests during the show then he can addle american. Okay So what's the policy which limerick policy for ties. I like tomorrow. How many women would we have. Well i use. I like to read what he's saying his limor missing. You're not picking up. I would see saying guess for tomorrow. I know that okay. That's that was the whole idea by what he said. And that was the only. It's a shot and i'm not taking a shot at you to decides what say you were picking up on no guests hip. I moved right past. Though you're a little more mature than the rest of us so he could not have to work on any limerick study. he could work again. Limerick pressure Cannon wyoming joins us on the program. Hi ken pay. Tv first time Trucking across wyoming today with my faithful beagle lily We got two thousand one hundred ninety eight cases of beer at forty five thousand pounds. Nice hey i just want to tell you guys. I appreciate you all you help. Fill some time three hours a day while i'm trapped in my truck. I'm here for at all bad. Limericks bad against the grains bad whatever seat needs to pick up with his bad content game a little bit i think but I'm here for it all. keep it coming. I appreciate you guys all right. Well thank you can and good luck with your Your beagle they're driving with beer. I like hell. We almost get compliments on this show. I.

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"three guests" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"three guests" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

"You know. Focus on learning in your journey more so than the destination. I'd say those couple of things that i carry with me. Yeah some really great learnings there. I've become obsessed with personal philosophy. Especially since we've had. Dr michael survey here is a guest on the podcast. Have you crafted a personal philosophy. I know you've been through the process with dr michael and and if so what you mind sharing that with our listeners. Yeah it's you know. I also like a lot of the difference. Kind of wasa. Fay's there certainly around the mindfulness in the personal philosophy. When i went through that process i ended up with something that ended up being like the definition of servant leader. And so my philosophy really. His tried to embody that would help others. That's really been helpful for me to kind of get that clarity in an when i do that and i leaned in to help people whether the early in her career but i'm hoping by customers partners first of all i enjoy it and i think you know having that alignment to really enjoy what you're doing and and again this philosophy of helping others being a servant leader. I really tried to embrace that. And so that's that's a personal philosophy. I do share with a lot of people did i. I'm more focused on their success. In obviously the proof in the pudding there right people are always let you know. Okay show me and then didn't talk to people who you know that i've tried to take an interest in really helped them in their career a personally and i got a lot of pleasure that and sometimes it's very small things and sometimes it's bigger opportunities for people. I love that. I love that. Around servant leadership we had another guest recently on the podcast. Talk about a similar philosophy. So jamie you're hosting dinner party and you can have any three gas and this is going to be an either. We're all vaccinated or math socially distance. You're having this dinner party. You've got the opportunity of any three guests from the president or the past to attend this party. Who would you ask the dinner party. and why. that's a good one. I when i was in south africa us little bitty disclaimer on Picking why so..

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"three guests" Discussed on Girl At The Game

Girl At The Game

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"three guests" Discussed on Girl At The Game

"So I just want to put it preface this by saying when we did our Superbowl predictions in the very early season, I think before the season started I said the Steelers were going to win. So I want everyone to take this with a grain of salt. We didn't talk about this at all, but I didn't get a chance to brag to our our teams channel that might as many of the Season my Super Bowl prediction was spot-on except I predicted Chiefs over Tampa Bay, but that was the only difference. So your house or your match up with right, but your winter was wrong. I winter was wrong. And I also predicted Travis Kelce to fall out and like I was pumped about that. But as for hockey game like take my prediction and literally take it through your head and outrun, you know, I see them making it to the Conference Finals. I do worry if they make it to the Stanley Cup, I mean, it's crazy. They could have he could have a Bruins Maple Leafs Stanley Cup. I just I worry about seems like the lightning like the Avalanche just that they're so strong there. So complete that. I don't know if I can get by them with the team they have right now, but I do feel confident in saying on February 24th that they will make the Conference Finals again. I'm very bad at predictions. They never remotely go my way. So please take that with a grain of salt and do not come after me if they don't even make the playoffs because I didn't I don't want to try to drink them or anything but dead. Seeing how they played the first half of the Season 40% of the Season whatever we're at. Now. I'm feeling like this is at least a Conference Finals team there. Like I said there a piece or two away from being a complete team, but I think that Conference finals are are my final answer. All right. Well before we wrap up we like to ask all of our guests and I say this knowing full well that like the last three guests. We have totally dropped the ball on this which is phenomenal us but we like to ask our guest for their last question their favorite sports memory.

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"three guests" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"three guests" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nick. Sunday in what happens okay. Very good Let's let's go to Fill beverly again phil let. Let's talk about the concern. It's primarily within the african american and hispanic communities where there is this much reservation allegedly About this first of all. Do you agree that. This is a a fairly popular thing to discuss within the black community and is the is the fear and the reluctance as a as massive as the media suggests i. I don't think the the reluctance is as massive as the media portrays it is ner some thought in the back of our heads that In our community we haven't always been treated by the medical community in the best way. Yeah that's that's gonna be present sort of. I don't know historical facts. And we understand what colbert has has done in our community in illinois a disproportionate number of the coca dads one black and brown communities and so seeing that it's like rock and hard place and so you go. Yeah not trust the medical community all the time. i want to go out with colin. and so if you're vaccinated let's get back to the trust is we don't plan on. How the individual person is supposed to show up. Do i go to hospital like dr triangles. Honesty we're why go and is their minds in the. Don't think there's been enough conversation about. No i i agree. I think there's been there's been so much. Fear spread by the national news media that some really basic things. I mean when i was going through my decision This really basic things that that that aren't discussed are the side effects. What are the side effects How how long could you be done. Obviously there's difference of opinion as to how people get it but again this really basic things with all the time that at least cable television has to talk about things instead of about the same old crap over and over again. They could be doing a lot more in the field of education. Thanks very much for your call Eric lemme ask you You're a libertarian are libertarians. More likely to be suspicious of a government directed vaccination program than others. I don't know. I mean sure. There's probably some with any group. Viewer to dissect it you would find some people who are suspicious of things like that. I haven't heard amongst other people whose identifies libertarians. A large suspicion of all of this. There's also a strong belief in the power of private enterprise and it was the Private drug companies were the ones who developed this in remarkably quick timeframe Which i think is one of the real miracles that we're going to look back on. I mean it. It's been a funny way of thinking about it but it took us three thousand years to get a vaccine for smallpox took us two days to get a vaccine developed for covid nineteen and then the roll out period the testing and the period after that remarkable accomplished so. I have no reservations by self about getting it. I hope as many people who are eligible to get it. Get it so that we can head of unity marker and we can get back to something more closely resembling normal. Life is very important. But that's that any resistance without their own top there. It has to be addressed because if it's not addressed it's going to keep us from that day when we have heard Heard consistency are. Thanks to eric. Kohn and beverly beverly and jeannie is for being with us. Our number one in our number two who've been another three guests sports including Spike who was the vice presidential candidate of libertarian. Party and he will deliver in about five minutes away..

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Jobs Friday: Extremely Not Good

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Jobs Friday: Extremely Not Good

"Today is jobs friday. That's right and this morning. The bureau of labor statistics released the employment situation report as the jobs report to you and i for the month of january and it revealed that the economy created only forty nine thousand jobs last month. So that is today's planet money indicator forty nine thousand. This number was worse than economists had expected and the picture actually becomes even darker if you look at the longer term trend back in august september and october of last year the economy was creating almost a million jobs per month on average as the economy recovered from the pandemic recession. But for the last three months as there was a surge during the winter in corona virus cases economy has been creating only about twenty nine thousand jobs per month so the recovery has not necessarily going into reverse. But it's fair to say that it has stalled out but of course those are just the top line figures in the report in here the indicator relate to go behind the numbers we like to find the indicators that are very deep inside these monthly reports and give context to what's really happening in the labor market. So we have called up three of our favourite labor market experts. These are people who just eat those labor market details for breakfast. And who i guess you know. Drink jobs friday charts for their evening cocktail or something. I don't even know what that means. I think what it means is. We need to have an indicator cocktail. That's what it means that's right and after the break each of our three guests will share with us one indicator that they have pulled from the report and they tell us why that indicator as so much of what's happening now in the labor

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Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

Behind the Prop

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great this is our third guest and we are excited to have her on the show today with us as a pass flight instructor from united flight systems current southwest airlines first officer and someone with a very interesting aviation story that we're gonna talk about today today. We have on the show jessica garcia. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. And i know We're gonna talk a lot about today but you also have to be married to a pilot as well an my wonderful husband. Ricky who also instructed here structure. And i heard good news for ricky recently. Is that true. He got hired at commuter airlines Friday very excited and so he was an express jet in lives in houston listened to show. They probably have heard about all the things that happened. Express jet so it's great to hear that ricky's back in the in the in the cockpit. Doing great things for aviation excited. I'm i'm pumped for him. He's ready to get back in the airplane so we have a lot to talk about today but as the current owner of united flight systems. It's a it's a great time when a previous flight search comes back and shares with me stories and things from the past. You've obviously spent many an hour behind a prop as an airplane owners still today. You spend a lot of time on the probe had any idea. How many hours do will you gave here at this. Oh it's gotta be at least twelve hundred I remember one day sitting down with my logbook in between students. And i recognized that my total dual received in total dual given was equal spicer past that milestone here and then i think i want to say about twelve hundred dollars instructing here nice and that that was that in the day where you could just get the fifteen hundred right to the airline sort of. I was in the weird transition area where the atp was being required by the by the regional airlines to get hired. But it what you didn't have to do the atp p. course so i ended up being able to do my atp on my own without having to the course but you still have to have the fifteen hundred hours so kind of an awkward phase. I think i got my atp in june and the the law passed in august. For the so. I guess for our listeners. We've we've obviously prepped and talked a little bit. Tell us a little bit about your aviation career where he went to college. How you found this place and then did you go right to the airlines are or what will happen there. So i started flying recreationally in abilene texas. Where i'm from Just doing it for fun. I grew up flying with my dad in the right seat of various aircraft wanting bananas barons and the end of my freshman year of college. He said okay. You can go to summer school. You can get a job or you can get your pilot's license and so i opted to go get my pilot's license obviously and had an a wonderful instructor. Who is now one. She is my best friend. We are incredibly close. She flies for fedex and she she said you know. You're kind of good at this. Have you considered doing it as a career and up until that point i hadn't been exposed to the opportunities in careers in aviation so took me to my first women in aviation conference and it was like being around thousands of my taipei. Best friends And they all took me by the hand. I was nineteen years old. And said we're going to show you what it means to be a professional pilot and i decided right then and there that was going to be my career up until then i was studying marketing And liked it but didn't love it so went back to abilene finished my instrument rating then i transferred to louisiana tech university where i finished my commercial. Cfi of mea. I instructed for the school for a few months loved being attack. I'm very proud Louisiana tech bulldog and but it wasn't building flight time quite quick enough and so a friend of mine called me and said there's a flight school in houston. I think you'd be a great fit at work. Consider interviewing so. I called united flight systems. Talk to the previous owner. Bob watts and his daughter laura and they brought us in for an interview me and my husband. I secretly brought my husband along with me to interview as well. And we they us right then and there and so within a month. I moved houston and begin. Instructing here instructed for. I guess it would have been about two and a half years and then had one of my workers official instructor. Here come into my office and say would you like to fly corporate. And i'd always been really interested in corporate aviation i. I grew up around general aviation being there in abilene. We had a little bit of a regional airline flying but not a lot So i had more exposure to corporate. And i said sure didn't know what the airplane was had. Never heard of. It was a cessna. Conquest twin engine turboprop and met with the the woman who was flying that airplane and we went and just had dinner and and chit chatted and she said. I think you'd be a great fit. Would you come fly with me. So that was my introduction to part one thirty five Flew for them for a couple of years loved it. That was a flu for a family. There's still a dear dear and special in my life The woman i flew with is still very dear to me. We get together as often as we can into pilots

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The Next Generation

In The Gate

04:42 min | 1 year ago

The Next Generation

"Recently. The washington post published an article about how young adults twenty-somethings called generation z. Are creating a real shift in how viewers connect with sports. And how many connect with sports if you think of the traditional ways of consuming sports you root for a team you watch and attend their games. You might be completely disconnecting from generation z. As an example the post cites. Espn's internal data that says that the percentage of twelve to seventeen year old stick and ball fans who call themselves. Avid fans has dropped from forty two percent ten years ago to thirty four percent today. What if i was to tell you that young people care more about what an athlete binge watches on net flicks. Then what he or she thinks about the next opponent or that viewers might not care about the athletes next opponent at all only that the athlete is a culturally significant. Figure if that sounds ridiculous to you then you might not understand this new generation of consumers. But if you're a decision maker stewarding the future of this sport you'd better learn to understand these jen's ears and give them what they want or you won't have a sport left to oversee now. The washington post article talked about gen z as relates to stick and ball sports. But we're going to do is spend this time talking about how horse racing relates to generation z. And what leaders in this sport can slash should do in order to reach them to do that. We have invited guests from a number of different viewpoints. I we have a racing executive looking to market his product. He is gregory. Vincent who is the vice president of marketing at gulfstream park. Next we have to young people with us. One became so hooked on this sport that he's now going through the race track industry program at the university of arizona. He is michael sand duly and full disclosure. His father matt has been a longtime espn event producer. Our third guest is madison. Bregman the founder and ceo of girls spelled with a z. At the end she consults with clients trying to reach young people. Young girls in particular. According to her linked in page she's worked with a number of clients including the nfl and she's the perfect person for this discussion because she can self reflect if you will on trends involving generation z. So welcome to all three of you. Let's start with mattie when it comes to sports in general how would you describe the differences between what appeals to gen z irs versus older generations. What degen's ears care about. Yeah i think the big thing is that where older generations would sit down and watch an entire football baseball basketball games. This generation is so much more driven by watching clips or highlights. The way that we're consuming it with that. Being said is different too because we're not watching it on tv watching it on mobile devices on different platforms like twitch and and snapchat instagram. And really the way that we're interacting with teams and players as different as well where older generations once again. We're fans of specific teams because you grew up in that city or whatever have some kind of connection to it and this generation more fan of individual players can so for example. If i'm a huge fan of baker mayfield. I may not necessarily love the cleveland browns. But i liked baker and would wear a skirt near water. Whoever it may be michael san duly. You've heard what she just said about your generation. This is your generation. How does that jibe with your thinking as you were being attracted to horse racing. Well horse racing is the number one sport in my heart. But i but i'm a fan of all sports so i completely agree with matt in the sense that our generation likes players rather than teams a lot of my friends like lebron or curry and so on in horse racing. You can kind of do that. You pick your hero for the year for lack of our term. Unfortunately nowadays everybody gets sent to orderly and this year you've built a brand of this year you could arguably make the case for to the law in tis. The law garnered a lot of fan interest because he came from a grassroots fail. I think it was the saratoga. Select that nolan in toga. Bottom out of and he grew into this the big story line. And that's what everybody likes. Everybody likes a big story. That's what attracts fans.

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"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"On the table a scene Janet do that chance good at that Janet loves playing roulette Darryl paint chips little stack here the stack there the stack here that's why I'm doing it riff of load up on a bunch of these guys I feel good about maybe I'll do that for Daytona Papa John's a liar and he did interview reset yeah I didn't really have forty pies in thirty days the why'd you say you did PJ come on man I will gets out later on Adam hawk will be appearing on the show sometime between now and the end of the program because I've got to find out what this guy's deal is and what his plan in strategy are for Riviera this year you might recall the pictures him on the other side of the rope like an absolute dope reaching out to Rory who does know he exists the following year on the other side of the rope like an absolute dope reaching out to Elric his idol who also blew right by him Adam it's not working what is your strategy for this year think about it we added a third guest give me a hand it's none of you I give you one more hand it's Tom Izzo Tom is at eleven twenty Pacific when we come back we'll prince in don't go anywhere he was not a good look when you on talk a long Balki Drescher I think a lot do you think well that's a shirt all just on target the problem is a lot of the shirts are not made to be worn on talk so you think it makes you a casual you end up looking like a slob that's why on target does make sure it's which are specifically designed to be worn on talked a casual shirt that's not too long and not too short it's just right sure it's designed so well the G. Q. actually cause them perfection and they are on.

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"three guests" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"three guests" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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How Can I Help? Loving the Friend Who Has a Child With Special Needs

Risen Motherhood

09:33 min | 2 years ago

How Can I Help? Loving the Friend Who Has a Child With Special Needs

"Back to another episode of Risen Motherhood Hud I'm Laura Whistler and I actually have three guests joining me today you guys. This is going to be such an awesome show. It's one that I've looked forward to for a very long time today. I have with me of course. My sister-in-law Emily and then I also have Abigail Dodds and Katie Blackburn. These women are just amazing women that have become friends to me in real life and it's just a pleasure to be able to have them on the show today so I'm going to actually have them start by going around introducing themselves so you can hopefully fully start to learn their voice a little bit and then also have them let you know how many kids they have in total as you guys know. Today is a special show so I will also have up them. Speak about any of their kids that do have special needs and how old child is and kind of just some of the things that they're dealing with so emily. Why don't you give start? Okay yes Jensen I feel like. I don't have to totally. Yeah I have five children ages. Seven twins ends at our five Four year old and a two year old and it is my four year old son who has special needs and he has a rare genetic mutation. Dan That's extremely small and has only been known about for a few years and so there's not a lot of helpfulness and sharing the exact specific civic diagnosis but basically as a four year old he has you know Af oh braces on his ankles that help give stability to walk. He's is a transport. Wheelchair wheelchair does not walk independently. Much away from a walker at all and then right now. He's just pretty much non verbal so we do a lot of texts communications nations for those of you who are listening. It's like robbing pictures. Some signs but Yeah overall is pretty pretty pretty healthy but definitely a a lot of communication and physical challenges. Abigail yeah I'm Abigail duds Married to Tom and we also have five kids. Our oldest is is fifteen and she just got her learner's permit for driving. So that's exciting. Then it goes. Yeah yeah that's a whole different. Yeah yeah show that you could do some day but it goes down to. We have a son who's thirteen and then a daughter who's eleven and another daughter who's nine and then our youngest son is the one with special needs. He's five he'll be six probably when this show releases and His special needs in some ways similar in terms of the diagnosis. Just that we don't really have a real definitive one and whatever it is is not one that has been Tracked before what it looks like for his day to day. Life has just means kind of global developmental delay slower to walk slower slower to talk but he does do both of those things a lot and he. He's got a feeding tube so some of the parts of of his brain that are small. Just make things like swallowing and sleeping difficult. So yeah and seizures seizure disorder. So that's another big part of his of his special needs Katie. Yeah I'm Katie Blackburn and I also have five kids I don't think we did is but My oldest is six and a half and then I have a five year old and he was diagnosed with autism. His Um to when Just after his second birthday and then we have a three and a half year old and we just welcomed our forth biological Kohl titled Less than two weeks ago. So he's just downstairs sleeping right now and then we have a foster baby right now. Who is is nine months old? And so that kind of that that rounds out our crew but Our five year old image and he has autism and he is just the joy of our lives but his his challenges are primarily in Social interactions and then in communication. He's not nonverbal. But I'm pretty limited so emily we use lots of PECs to know. Just what but those are and they've been amazing. They're lifesavers actually for a child that struggled with communication and he's getting better he's learning lots more words and lots more sentences We do a lot of the same things in our house. A lot of repeating A lot of scripting lot of eating the same aim kind of five or ten foods so our our home life definitely has a a repetitiveness to it to just kind of help him feel comfortable and and like A. He has a somewhat predictable. Life but he's he's such a joy. He loves the school bus. He loves his friends at school and he loves his siblings so we learn a lot from him and yeah. I'm excited to be here to talk to you guys about this really really great topic today. Awesome well thank you guys offer sharing and for anyone. Who is new here kind of like what Emily said? I feel like I shouldn't have necessarily introduce myself. But just if you're new and haven't heard motherhood podcast before I'm I'm Laura and I have three kids so I'm the one out I need to get on that. I have a six year old four year old and a two year old so my two year old is the one who has has special needs and she has also something that doctors have never seen before. She's we've been told she's kind of the only one in the world who has what she has so we don't really have a a good road map for what will be happening. But she has some extra genes in her chromosomes. So this displays itself off in the other women shared kind of global developmental delays. And Right now. She's a scooter. She's bottom scooter and definitely on her way towards walking and we're really hopeful that she will walk and she's also nonverbal so it's kind of the way it exhibits for her okay so to dive into our show today. The first thing that I wanted to do for the benefit of our audience just let everybody know about a few weeks ago and this'll be like a couple of months ago once this show releases. We did a survey on risen in motherhood on our instagram account. In just asked our audience kind of where they are at and so these stats were really really interesting to discover and it. Maybe it'll just be interesting to you. See the makeup of our audience but thirteen percent of the risen. Other audience does have a child with special needs but seventy eight percent of our audience members know. Oh a fellow mom that does have a child with special needs and I thought that was just really interesting that like it seems like almost everyone is either personally affected with having a child with special. You'll need or they all know someone. So we're hopeful that today's show can just be really beneficial for so many of you in our audience. Not just for the Momma who is going through the Everyday Day with a child with special needs but also for those of you who want to support your friend in WanNa know how to love them and how to care for them well and the other interesting thing that we found out was that thirty one percent of MOMS who child with special needs don't feel supported by their church family. So that's something that we're going to talk about a little bit more specifically today how the church can help a family that does have a child with disabilities or special needs so that was just a stat that was sad not necessarily surprising but a hard stat to see so anyway. I think we'll just dive in here and we're GonNa let the conversation flow our hope. Is that you guys feel like you are sitting in a conversation with four MOMS Tom. Who are just being really candid? Invulnerable and honest about what it's like to raise a child special needs and how to just love a fellow mom who is in that spot so so for those women out there who may be are a little bit nervous or don't know what to say or how to move forward. I WOULD WANNA give them some more practical advice. I guess from from four Mama's who've been there let's just start with talking about how specifically can of friend support a mother or a family that does have a child with special needs. What have you guys seen done for you? Well on a super like practical level some of the most helpful questions for for whereas have been how can we include cannon in this. What places are easiest for you to get together And you know just the hint. Sometimes depending on the disabilities special needs families might need a place with fences or doors that lock or not a lot out of steps for easier access. You know things like that that it's not people aren't being selfish when they suggest that. Hey let's all go on a hike. They may just not realize that a backyard defense is probably more doable for families. But it's just I think it can be scary for people to ask that because they don't want want to bring attention to special needs in the wrong way or they don't want to hurt your feelings At all but just just keep asking those what how can how can we include and then what would be easiest for you guys today in this weather. Can you Even come out if it's the place that we're going to or this certain situation and that's been so kind and means the world to me when people say how can we include clued

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Don't "pick your battles." It's all important.

Hacking Your Leadership

04:42 min | 3 years ago

Don't "pick your battles." It's all important.

"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and welcome to this week's thoughtful Thursday a huge. Thank you to everyone listening right now. Especially those of you tune in every Monday and Thursday don't forget to follow us on Instagram at hacking leadership. Leave us a review on. I tunes also if you haven't already done so check out. One of the three guests series episodes publish over the last month. Our listeners have been asking us to have guests on the podcast for more than a year and we're listening to making that happen okay for this week's episode. I WanNa talk about the tendency of many leaders who WanNa pick their battles when it comes to coaching or giving in feedback to their employees. We've all been there an employee reports to you and they're a tough nut to crack. Maybe you're relationship with Emma's contentious or maybe it's just non existent. They have their way of doing things and for the most part that was fine but every once in a while their way is not the right way for the business needs the team or the company culture or the wellbeing of their co workers at at that moment. Many leaders will gravitate towards saying nothing though rationalize it by believing it's better for their relationship with that person if they don't seem like they're taking or making a big deal out of things it's possible that most other leaders have allowed these small transgressions to slide and if you become the first leader in several months or years to call out this person for their actions you'll come off the only one who's bothered by them them while no one else seems to care or maybe the employees means well and never intentionally screws up. They just can't seem to grasp certain concepts so it's rationalized that because their net overall all contributions fantastic maybe the shouldn't be rocked at a retail organization. I work with there's a sales role. That is very highly scheduled meeting. Every minute is calculated to make what's your customers are being served. tasker being accomplished in training is done work. Breaks are scheduled to ensure too. Many people aren't gone at the same time and the more employees adhere to the schedule the smooth the things run and in this role there are two employees who seem to have a really hard time keeping to their schedule and unfortunately it causes a ripple effect that impacts their coworkers customers customers and the overall flow of business but the motivations of these two people meaning what lies behind their inability to self manage is very different. One of them is incredibly passionate. about helping customers is highly flexible as an absolute joy to work with. They're just very upset minded and have shown they really don't have an internal voice telling them to keep track of their schedule. The other is also very good at their job but likes things highly structured. They're keenly aware of their schedule and where they're supposed to be at all times they just have idea of what their schedules should look like and they'll find things to to do or not do so that their schedule lines up more closely with what they'd prefer it to be the results of these two employs failing to be where they should be are nearly identical. The reasons is for fixing. These two situations are also the same but the conversations each employee needs must be very different. If the leader wants any hope of seeing me change for the employees the means well but is is absent minded. It's important to acknowledge the why behind their actions in a positive way clearly they're passionate about the brand the customer experience and their coworkers so any conversation with them needs to start with assuming positive intent and meaning they are Bob. I want you to know that I notice how much you care about your customers every single. Dan I really appreciate it. If you have a minute I'd love to give you more insight insight into how roles fit together throughout the day so you can continue to progress within your role. The conversation is no longer about trying to fix employ instead. It's about trying to help them get better because the doors was it will open for them for the structured employees who knows they're scheduled but just wants things to be their way. You might be thinking I'm going to say. The approach needs to be different but I'm not employed. Ploy Development in the context of leadership always needs to start with assuming positive intent because once you're unable to assume positive intent imager no longer able to lead this person and that means it's time for them to leave the organization or Stanford. You leave the organization. It's easy to think this employee is stubborn that they just don't care about their co workers and that's the thought process of the leader who cares less about employee development and more about eliminating things that just make their own job harder but if your motivation is a leader is truly about helping your employees become better people assuming positive intentions of requisite. Jim I can tell you excel at time management and I really appreciate how you're never standing around. If you have a minute I'd love to give you some context as to why it might seem like I'm always so concerned with making sure people are where they're supposed to be. I think your skills in this area can help some of your co workers. You might need it. The conversation is now no longer about calling out an employee instead. It's about empowering that employees employed use their skills in order to help their coworkers while at the same time educating that employees on how their decisions impact everyone something they may not even be aware of when leader shy away from addressing the little things those little almost always grown to bigger things bigger things that are much harder to address as long as each battle you choose to fight is viewed as an opportunity to strengthen. Thank the your relationship with one of your employees. Your opponent in each of those battles will no longer be that employ instead the tube. You'll be on the same side fighting the same problem together. Thanks for listening and we'll see on Monday.

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"three guests" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Twenty eleven and one in their last twelve road games there in the midst of a ten game road trip now with their seven and one of the first aids. there's Max capital defense ministry gonna Crowder fell back and right. other side of the equation the red Sox. the World Series champs have struggled mightily at Fenway Park this year they are thirty four and thirty five. and would have been not so friendly confines. eleven games up on the road one under at home seventy four to sixty four overall. one Kepler swings in Mrs doubt it with a fast ball strike two good to see fastball sinking action. to the front door of Max Kapler who struck out his first time often. be on the way to repeating that here. strike out to the first two innings for Rodriguez. space nine batters seem just three put the ball in play. hello to. passport ID three. among the league's best at avoiding hard hit contact toward Rodriguez. does not give up any hard hit balls. his ground ball rate has also jump way up this year. eighteen double plays turned behind in a twenty eight starts. three guests tears into Vasquez two turns to the sides of Kepler steps out. what I think red Sox of the third. US to DO the leadoff man aboard first with nobody out. I three guess terrorism down over the black love it kicks want to which is found in the Middle Vasquez strike three. not another elevated fastball six strikeouts in seven hours recorded and the game for Eduardo Rodriguez..

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"three guests" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:12 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The defining fashion pieces that made her name a controversial association with **** offices in occupied France during World War two how come back to the world of fashion at the age of seventy and the influence of her designs on fashion today stay with us I'll be back with my three guests for more on coco Chanel off to the B. B. C. news summary BBC news with Nick Kelly you and scientists are expected to urge people to eat less meat and more plant based foods to help slow global warming the intergovernmental panel on climate change believes current levels of meat and dairy consumption the damaging the planet but a report due to be issued shortly is likely to refrain from calling on consumers to adopt an entirely vegetarian diet Venezuela's government is pulled out of the next round of talks on the country's political crisis following the announcement earlier this week a further US sanctions discussions with the opposition would use resume in Barbados on Thursday six members of Kurdistan special forces is still being held after a failed attempt to arrest the ex president of must be ECC a combined of Wednesday supporters of the former leader for often attempt to seize him to face corruption allegations an eighteen year old Israeli has been found stabbed to death near a Jewish settlement in the occupied west bank the teenager was both a soldier and a religious student and the sixteen people being killed by floods in the Indian state of Maharashtra more than a hundred thousand others have been evacuated from their homes Japan has approved the export of high tech material to South Korea for the first time since imposing tighter trade restrictions last month the government spokesman said the export requested not pose a national security risk a technology trade body in the United States has complained that the next round of tariffs due to be imposed on Chinese goods will cost American firms and consumers a billion dollars a month it accuses Donald Trump of in effect taxing US importers and consumers and people in central Japan everyone to stay away from mount Asama volcano which is our up to to the first time in four years officials say box and hot gas could affect areas within a radius of four Columbus is on the border of gun ma and Nikon of BBC news welcome back to the forum from the BBC world service I'm Bridget Kendall and today we're exploring the glamorous world of French fashion designer coco Chanel I'm joined from Paris by the fashion historian Emily how men in the Hague by fashion curation mightily Jorge who just published a book she co authored femme fatale strong women and fashion and with me in London a meter Hey dress historian and writer of Chanel couture and industry we've been discussing Chanel's life and her extraordinary rise who is from the Gaza to the very top of French society and beyond she had a brief spell in Hollywood in the early nineteen thirties when she was invited to design costumes for a series of films but let's take a moment to consider some of those defining fashion pieces made her name they meet the Chanel suit with the suit was introduced in the post will Perry it it says of an evolution from Chanel suit just received the nineteen twenties again it was a comfortable common for women incredibly flattering high quality garments that would just ideal for affluent working women it was about easy about comfort can you describe the citrus what made it special the snow suit is a comprises gotten jacket Chanel was always fanatical about holes and whether she learned to so we're not we don't know in the convent but she certainly didn't seven that could to house and she worked directly on to the body in the Rose Hill stories about just making a medic and stand still for hours and hours and hours she she fitted comments on to the body and she was fanatical about the cut of sleeves she wanted me to be able to move their arms but she also wanted to cut them as high as possible because the elongated the body so these are incredibly flattering comments she cuts on the straight rather than on the bias said the government's hang straight she did very luxurious fabrics she often quote the lining the silk lining to the jacket so the fabric doesn't move separately the hem of the jacket was weighted with a flat link chain which looks beautiful when you open the jacket but it served a function which was to hold the jacket down should know didn't use waistbands on a sketch because they were bulky she just the two discussed rounded grosgrain ribbon waste that meant it was a really smooth line and she was felt that we should hide the knees and so discussed and come to just below the knee and what was the topic she is different fabrics but most famously using the clay Wilson tweets and again it's that superficial simplicity which absolutely isn't simple but she used the most amazing buttons as well so it's like jeweled accents on the governments and Janelle was quite superstitious so too often one of the signature button Cisco alliance had because she was in the end I'm much leave tell us about that little black dress that you mentioned it because she again she was the first to design this was she but you probably would like to think that she was yes definitely if you look at nineteen century Blackwell still consider to connect it to a morning and she said well I make something different with it the little black dress and at the turn of the century at the end of the nineteenth century beginning of the twentieth century you're so more and more day dresses that were in black and never worn by women who I started working at a job in a store or a joke being a typist she made it into something very chic and her her thing was that women want to sit at the black dress she knew that but they didn't only want the little black dress they wanted the Chanel little black dress so Emily what about the hand back the Chanel handbag it's a bank that you can wear and across her body so again it speaks to this idea of being very pragmatic and active woman it's quilted slam skin so it's quite soft it's it's it's definitely the back of a creature he if someone used to working with fabric it's it's not so much the bag of a a mulching yet of someone working structure in heavy leather unlike other brands at in the history of French fashion have so it there's definitely the safety of lightness the to it for sure I'm the iconic CC on the close to right so it's in one object you gets several of these very visible recognizable Chanel codes and and I think this is also is definitely one of the the reasons for the incredible success of this accessory did some of them have reclining so that yes it so that it was easy to find things because it's terrible looking for something in a blind panic she that's another great story she says there's always one the hidden pocket for your love letters another thing she wants to keep secret so again she's putting some legends in and very simple thing like a bank it's fascinating this isn't it six it's very simple and elegant but it's incredibly practical and then it's got this little mystique the pocket for the love letters it's really interesting I mean I know you you can to talk about the costume jewelry she designed twenty something that perhaps gets overlooked lots of people could copious general dress it could be you know you could buy paper patents you could have the shops could disseminated but one of the significant things I think that sh channel away suppose that you mustn't confuse the simplicity with poverty and she wore jewelry that was proudly and defiantly fake which was such a challenge to the status quo because we were talking earlier about Houston that plan and about conspicuous consumption about women demonstrably it wearing that wealth it was extraordinary really the in the nineteen twenties should know could sort of send all that happened almost make a joke of it by wearing tells the defied nature and again it was something that all women could do and still for the present day can there's something that's very intriguing about channel as well comparing her to others could show you is the fact that she really didn't mind being copycats for her the best thing the the best demonstration of successes having precisely your ideas copied and she doesn't understand why all the other creature he get really fussy in angry about it and try to protect themselves of all these legal documents to make sure that their dresses can only he bought in there ms on the question well I mentioned earlier that Chanel closed her fashion house with the outbreak of World War two like many people in France she fled to Paris temporarily but eventually she returned to the capital to find the sweet she'd occupied previously at the Ritz hotel had been taken over by the **** before long she was involved with a German officer hunts Gunter funding to lock up this is a highly controversial move on Chanel's parts in occupied France mentally for isn't it yeah it's a thinker story that everybody would like to forget to what she did during the war you see that she uses people around her that are influential a to get what she wants for instance the the hits he's taken she loves to be interests she make sure she gets in the rich whatever it takes if it even takes us being friends with the enemy same for her perfume company at first and the perfume it was going really well she thought it was a hassle to handle that so she sold part of you too to a Jewish family the from the times in the nineteen twenties Chanel at so to a large portion of her perfume business to the five time is because they were specialists and you have to manage it I'm a marketing she's or as a really good investment opportunity and then once the **** invaded Paris one of the first things they did was say that any Jewish person who had a business to business was redundant it was no longer their own and Chanel jumped up on this because it was seeing it as an opportunity to seize back up a few business and she tried to see if I can say that it never belonged to them but fortunately they'd already transferred the business to a true friend to look after it for them and interestingly the same families to lead the company today I mean is there any truth in the story that tional herself was a German spy I think it's also stories about you know as far as I know nothing's been proven I think she lived a selfish life and she deport suited her and as much leaves as she wanted to get by moving get by but should never demonstrated that she was quite fiercely right wing and nationalistic into politics she was the love of pull it reap who Aust channel to invest in this terrible magazine left him one which had been part of the nineteen oh eight and ten eleven and the magazine gets revived so she's demonstrating that she is fiercely nationalistic and quite extreme right wing of politics visibly demonstrating it financially demonstrating it certainly from the moment he gets into power if Chanel's an account is to be believed after the war she escaped further questioning thanks to the intervention of her friend Winston Churchill her relationship with funding to logger continued even after she left from exile in Switzerland where she stayed until the mid nineteen fifties and then incredibly she launched a comeback how many just explain the context a bit more for us because as you'd expect function have moved on and the wheels of new kids on the wall block what did tional believe she still have something to say and how successful was she in her lost two decades yeah so fifty four when she comes back it's an interesting moments because we've roughly had about a small decades of affection after the war that's and perhaps no one more than his John John embodies this very romantic and womanly silhouette and of course this is completely opposed to everything Chanel has ever stand for stood for sorry fifty four is also that in the year that Jack fact another very prominent and successful could show you passes away Cassandra himself is going to pass away three years later so it's very much the beginning of something new so it's quite unusual and strange to have this old lady coming back and convinced she has something to say but strangely enough perhaps the aesthetic that she stays true to the fact that these very Tripler silhouettes which are quite useful in the same way that she was talking to the youth and the young ladies of the inter war period in a way and when she comes back with the same fundamental beliefs in how people women sorry should be dressing I guess it's sort of address the presence one ticket in coincided with what the time were wanting in terms of of a fashionable still what's once again but if you call it her second career yeah it's it's it's amazing if you look at their age that she has the guts to to come back again sure selves explains it well it's necessary have to come back again because it's awful what's happening to.

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1 person has died of Legionnaires' disease after Atlanta hotel stay

Clark Howard

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

1 person has died of Legionnaires' disease after Atlanta hotel stay

"The first death has now been reported in the current legionnaire's outbreak possibly linked to an Atlanta hotel W. SPC bring Cupid reports forty nine year old cameo gear and got sick after attending a conference there the death confirm of the Georgia department of health the Atlanta Sheraton hotel in Cortland street shut down voluntarily after three guests who had recently visited or stay there tested positive for the disease I talked to the hotel and they tell me that testing at the property wrapped up last week they are waiting on results now the hotel is closed and will remain that way until at least the

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"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Your everybody's best friend all of a sudden there a we go to Greg next to use the hashtag asking me anything so bonus points for Craig you know what song would you have played if you were a professional baseball player as your walk up music wow all right can I do that in the end I do think about it for a minute I am thinking about it but you remember a couple weeks ago you asked me a question and by the end of the show by the end of the segment I had the answer alright let me I have a couple of artists than mine but let me let me think about it all right we will come back to that question okay we'll go to Zack next to once you know all time if you could have three guests on your show sports or not my gosh you too will be a heads up when these are hard questions all time what if you could have three guests on the show dead or alive sports or non sports two if I could just any person in the course of history anybody know what I have on the show Abraham Lincoln gosh the the fight to abolish slavery just would love to be able to pick his brain about that plus coming through the civil war obviously cost him his life because about controversial he was to Abraham Lincoln my gosh I would of course go non sports because I'm a big history buff throughout the history what Queen Victoria I would like to interview Queen Victoria and then let's see someone more currents someone in politics to be fine but not like to political you know what also the president I don't care what president it is what this president no no Ronald Reagan I go back to Ronald Reagan maybe that would be fun okay get those right then you don't those doing to president so do I need to I need a female in their never want to take that out all think Condoleezza Rice only because I think she's really fascinating and I have an incredible story to tell so all say I can do to president so all day Abraham Lincoln Condoleezza Rice and Queen Victoria an amendment will allow it will now go to Mike was much thanks Chris could simple question he wants to know if you're dating someone are you a hoodie stealer now I don't so close I have my own clothes or not we'll go to rich with another fashion related question he wants to know what he wants me to wear it he wants me to wear it I well but I'm not gonna steal it that's the thing what is sometimes you know guys like you know yeah I know but where is the guy wants me to wear something and his I. well rich wants to know what is your favorite type of shoe to wear heels hello right now flip flops but heels I do love to work for Bob this time of the year but I also really love yield I don't wear them to work as much just because they thought they were practical but I do like ideals go to our mandatory food question of the evening man that's in asking me anything staple with robin who says hi Amy you know like vanilla or chocolate oreos and there's a caviar when.

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"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:12 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Experience start our guest parade here we got three guests over the next three hours first stop is a sports columnist from The Washington Post capable gauger joins us here on C. B. S. portrayal how are you Jacob very good good to be with you my pleasure so you went to an independent baseball game this week and balls and strikes were called by all rolled Gholam computer by lasers give us the lowdown on what you saw we're not going to believe there's it's actually doppler radar same kind of thing that does your brother are much smaller scale think about the facade of the stadium like right behind home plate it looks like a big flat screen TV that can look down on the plate and track the basketball that connects to a computer in the press box that connects to believe it or not iPhone in the umpires back pocket and he's got a air pod in one year may your pot says ball or strike when the ball across the plate and so computer give him a call but the human still got to make I where exactly is the the lenses I I I try to follow what you said about where it was positioned I'm trying to picture it in my mind's eye and I yeah I wasn't capable of doing so so further explain to me where exactly is the doppler coming from sure so the actual the bite some local radar is that like flat screen TV looking panel think about behind home plate you know you have the net yes and then behind the nephew of the scene and a pencil you're going to have some sort of building facade right when the press box in the suites are numbered thanks somewhere on the side you can now this panel and it looks down on either what hi okay and down onto the field all jobs like so in this stadium your intended to team playing with this was done in Cooperstown correct New York Pennsylvania York Pennsylvania okay yeah the all star game of the planet which is eight teams all of them coast when one team in Texas you might remember Roger Clemens played like one year of independent ball for the sugar land Skeeters right are not that this week understood so this it device is a Bob the screen above the netting what did they have even a press box in this stadium in York PA yeah beautiful ballpark right downtown he's about eight thousand people it was pretty fall yeah it was it is it is below the press box or above the press box the panel is above the press box okay so it's basically at the top of the stadium and looks down at home plate yeah okay and it can detect a perfect strike yeah ball park affiliated with Major League a minor league baseball has a system like this already but had him for years and that's how you can get advanced metrics like end with the loss of the we're spin rate things like that and Major League Baseball use them to greater buyers to but they never use it in a game that's one call was a so now because of this partnership between Major League Baseball in the Atlantic league we're going to see these in independent baseball and they're actually going to be calling balls and strikes I bet you didn't know you're gonna get this question what's this bad boy goal for excellent question I don't know why nor do I that's why a man's skin until my next question to be even if you don't know what the dollar figure is did they have a dentist ballpark ahead of time or did Major League Baseball because they partnered with this independent league to be kind of a Guinea pig we got a couple of different rule changes that they are attempting to implement and Major League Baseball wants to get results around the war they think about it who pony up the dough to buy this piece of equipment MLB pony up right yeah and so there's there's a ball park they tested in to one in Jersey one and we our I think Lancaster Pennsylvania and now the role and not the other ball parks and sleek by the end of the month it should be all around independently baseball hi and I so you got a couple quotes from players managers the umpire himself work behind home plate you would say more Proehl didn't con on how it went for the first night hello simply because they like the consistency you know you're never going to get a manager charging out of the dugout need more arguing balls and strikes because there's nothing to argue there was one player who struck out on a on a ball that was pretty low but the the track when the system is on track call the strike I want to argue in all the pardons point zero and the guy walked away okay yeah you can argue with the the you can go up and you can attempt to climb to the top of the stadium and argue with a piece of equipment but I don't think it's going to get you very far I don't think you'll stay in the Philly into baseball very well you try that and take a bow gauge from The Washington Post our guest here on CBS sports radio I tell as I mentioned to suddenly has been a yes for lack of a better word Guinea pig partner in net new revelations to baseball potential rule changes they've already implemented a bunch in the first after adding a couple more in the second half including the world bowl tiring how is it done over from a is something let Fuhrman Atlantic league Stansted players minded today take at least keeps them in the spotlight how has the fact that this independently use parted with MLB to basically try out potential changes how's it work for the leak so right now the changes have been pretty miniscule them the biggest ones are the the the electronic strike zone but then they like made the base is three inches bigger on either side encourage you know action on the bases and to give middle infielders a lot of Morinda turned double play they cut down on mount visit so there's no mountains allowed and the band the censorship so you have to have two infielders on either side of second base before the ball stretched nobody's really minded I mean those are small scale changes right now it kept them in the land of Major League Baseball it's gotten some nice attention in my biggest question was talking pictures is it harder to get out now that the strike zone changes because the computers doing it receive different things and then see that you can't ship now you're pitching coach can't come out you know redo the scouting report on this guy you know you come in the game is it you know it more difficult to get out you say no you know what if it is we don't pay attention we go out and do our job another room potential tend to this was new it just the news of it came this week I remember during the off season when it was around two years with the Atlantic we going to do in Major League Baseball is in part a which ship with damning going to observe the results and how works out one of the things they did not discuss was getting a free pass to first base via the catcher not catching the ball stealing first base on a nine third strike pitch that it can now happen with a is zero zero during a one or a one one right to to when I first heard this I said find a **** icing the game and you're just changing the way baseball's been played for a decade I sent replies and the more I thought about it I yeah I got less less annoyed because I just don't think it's gonna happen often he then I don't know if it happened at all to get me right the other night I want your thoughts on it is this a major change to the game is something the Major League Baseball should be looking at or is it something just because it's a new change will make in too big a deal out of it so this is just starting I don't know how popular it is yet because I think I think the first game back from an all star break with today some players I talked to said absolutely not I'm not doing this and I will look down upon anyone who does it and then some players I talked to said you know what this is like only on passed balls right but like you know a ball is caught in light you can't just take all right so little ball to get past the catcher you know if if the cancer blocks it you're probably not gonna take off and run the ball right so how often is really going to happen and if you're letting that many passed balls go anyway you're probably giving up a bunch of free passes it just takes a few more bits to happen so I even though it sounds like a really big scary changed what if this happened in little league it would be an entirely different sports happening with professional pitchers and catchers I don't think it's gonna be just big wall when all my god recognizes game of the poor and here's where I'll add to it where a help to get you an eye on the same page that it's being overstated and I just don't think it's going to be a major factor baseball itself has for many a reason that you and I could spend twenty minutes talking about becoming all or nothing support it's all about home runs and or acceptable strike out that door work the printer and get a walk if you're up there to try and hit the ball out of the park paid forty all run so you can get paid in arbitration and or go free agent alike and you got the chance to steal first base I think most guys are gonna go out no I'm right here drying it out in a park in the next bed and so what I write is that actually going to drive my salary can I take that the robber Trajan Hey I stole base eight times thank you the most in Major League Baseball that gonna make you well why more million dollars and therefore your car I don't think so so that's why I don't believe that it's that big a deal other than they're just messing with the game that's a great point about is our guide from even motivated to do this because they can you know if you're great and you know if you're Bryce Harper do you want to just stroll first base if somebody throws your wife out slider the catcher can't control or do you want to go out there and hit so that's a great point the resilience to this role as they walked pictures to have some sort of consequence if you throw that breaking pitch or that wipe out slider something that is devastating your catcher can't handle right and so you think about like a runner on third or runner on second close game you'll hear you know TV announcers go we really want to probe the slider here but he's got to be careful does it right you always have to be careful because you're giving up ninety feet that's the reason why that the only upside I see forty is and maybe I'm just different way I look at the game it does put a little bit more emphasis on the cat to be able to feel his position and if we can't fill this position react and be able to run the ball down go pick it up fast spend brawl and door dark conversion base before guy goes running down the line and it even has a little evidence to the defense of the.

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"three guests" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The bottom of the third guest at it's piece with these ace warm bees piled up on a microphone near home, plate and buzzed there until a guy from pest company, killed them with a can of spray. Not clearing some Twitter users who asked why scientists have called the current shortage of bees dangerous. The New York City police departments be patrol tweeted shave. This was not handled humanely. Instead, the Padre should've called a beekeeper instead of an exterminator. Scott Goldberg ABC news. It is seven thirty eight. And we check our business news now from Bloomberg with Andro day. Good morning, Andrew. You're wanted to have a may have been in the works for some time, but it's finally happened. More people spend more time looking at mobile devices, then glued to the TV set, according to emarketer we spend almost four hours a day on mobile devices with the bulk of that time on smartphones. As for TV viewing it now comes down about three and a half hours that could explain why cable companies don't really offer any deals, keep, you glued signed up rather for cable TV, if you call to cut the cord, they're more focused on their broadband business now, which is growing faster and becoming more profitable paycheck, processor. ADP. Leasing its measure of US private sector job creation at eight fifteen with one hundred eighty five thousand jobs, four tasks to have been added in may and had of that stock futures are rising about a half percent. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio tar ISM to churn, noble is hotter than ever. That's coming up. There's nothing like meeting face to face, and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen..

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"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Radio I'm talking NFL draft with both of them. We are chasing a third guest right now. Friday includes Alvin DeLores world-famous week that was we have the draft. We have MBA playoffs. We have NFL or NHL playoffs. And I've got some off the board material on Friday. It's going to be a good day. Get started starting with the draft itself. Now, the first round of the twenty nineteen NFL draft. I thought was pretty weird. In fact, it was really weird now not weird. I mean, yeah. Let's get weird. Not weird because Kyle Murray went to Zona with. The first overall pick. That's not weird. In fact, that's pretty great. That makes sense. I will get to that in a moment. Overall. I thought it was your typical draft usual draft trades were made names were called awkward Commissioner hugs were doled out. Speaking of which I think that Raj can pretty much dial it down. Now. I mean back in the day. It was sort of cool for a minute or two like the first time. It happened worth point right now where we have to put Rogers hugs on the clock. I know you're looking for all the good PR you can get. But this is not about you and your choreographed embraces, Raj. It's about the teams. It's about the players. Just stand there ignore the booze and try not to Bush or anybody's name and just be grateful. My man the Christian Wilkins did not put you in concussion protocol when he hit the stage..

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"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:29 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Coming up in four hours a lot going on in the sports world that we have three guests will be joining us along the way in fifteen minutes. We will talk to Warren Moon, the hall of fame quarterback a lot going on. Russell wilson. We'll get to that. In just a second note of a confidante of Tiger Woods. A former golfer was a teammate of Tiger Woods at Stanford. And now a golf analyst for the golf channel stop by and recap still the thrilling victory at the masters on Sunday where tiger ended the day down two strokes. Any ended up going home with Dave fifth green jacket, his fifteenth major in his first major since the two. Two thousand and eight US open getting a victory at Augusta on Sunday. Certain Faldo who was on the call with Jim Nance will be joining us as well. So a lot of golf we will talk. Russell wilson. We'll also get into the NBA as the Sixers lost game one. They win game two. It was close to the first half. Sixers really did open it up in that third quarter and a game that just went final a few moments ago. The other game that was on the docket on Monday in the NBA playoffs was the clippers and the Golden State Warriors. And in the third quarter. The warriors at one point we're up by thirty one points. And somehow we're still trying to figure it out and react to it where we're watching it. Whether it was it or Williams, whoever somehow the clippers found the way to convert the largest playoff comeback in NBA history. They were down thirty one points in the third quarter and the clippers come on back, and they stunned the defending world champions. And if you're the words, you're going to sit there and say, okay. Nice. When you get one DeMarcus cousins does go down with the injury. This still a team that's loaded with Steph with clay with Kevin Durant would dream on a regardless of how short or how long the Marcus cousins is that I still believe the warriors are going to win the championship. But when you see the way that that did go down was cool to see in the clippers team that you root for with the coaching job. Doc Rivers has done this year. And you see that in the final nineteen thirty of that game. The clippers out scored Golden State by here this one seventy two thirty nine and there was another step by Dan Feldman warriors of the clippers by fourteen points entering the fourth quarter teams up fourteen plus entering the fourth quarter of a playoff game had one hundred ten straight until tonight. Now that's a shocking statistic because you know, basketball is a game runs with the cliche. All. Gave runs you would think a team that was down at one point entering the fourth by fourteen would make a comeback and win the game. But it hasn't happened one hundred ten times until tonight and a playoff game. So and that's an absolutely crazy stat. So we'll get back into the hoops later on. We'll get back into the Gulf later on as well. It's opened up with some football though. Because one of the bigger names in the sport has a deadline approaching as you read on Monday that there was gonna be this deadline coming up later on Monday on the Pacific coast of a midnight eastern, right midnight Pacific right one the Kochta's strike midnight on the west coast to transition from Monday into Tuesday. There was going to be a deadline for Russell Wilson with the Seattle Seahawks. Now what Russell Wilson just enough. You have been paying close attention. He has a year left on his contract. He's entering his final year of his contract. Act. They could still do the franchise tag. And all that Russell's to know he wants to get paid now, and he wants to get paid as the highest paid quarterback in the league. He wants Aaron Rodgers money, and we found out early Monday morning from Peter King that this is supposedly now a now or never deadline that if you don't reach deadline now, he's not talking contract extension with you again and the process, then that would unfold would be okay. If a franchise tag next year franchise, tag, your after that. And then if you want to franchise tag him for third year, according to profootballtalk the number would be fifty two point four million just for that third season. So this whole situation as we're awaiting to see if a deal will be going to Russell Wilson from the Seahawks by midnight Pacific. And maybe we'll find that out in a minute. Maybe. We'll find out in twenty minutes or at the top of the hour. Maybe they won't announce something until tomorrow. Maybe they can't come to an agreement because we've seen some reports throughout the day where having conversations their optimism or the conversations have stalled. According to some of the reports the agent for us. Also, Mark Rogers arrived in Seattle on Friday, and he's still there. So most of wants to be the highest paid player in the game. We'll see what happens is he the best quarterback in the game though. But he is a great quarterback. He's a tremendous leader tremendous person and a tremendous football player and we've seen before you don't have to be the best player in the league or the best quarterback in the league to get the highest contract. So this situation. There's questions for me on both fronts was Seattle. Are you really gonna let Russell Wilson walk in a few years. I get he's thirty this guy though, and you can play volunteer thirties, even your forties. And look what some of these players that are older now in the National Football League. That are still dominating Brady. You see drew Brees Philip rivers is still going strong. So Russell Wilson still has barring a really bad injury. I would say at least eight to ten years left. And he's been someone that has been as good as he could be the last two years. I remember that was a team that they totally changed the identity of that team. A year ago? And they were getting counted out this entire year and a large part because the Russell Wilson and they also got run game. And the defense was good. They found a way to get into the playoffs. So if you have a Seahawks, we all know how tough it is the find the franchise quarterback you have a franchise quarterback. So I'm not entertaining. And I'm not saying you have to get a deal done now. But I'm not even entertaining life. Without Russell Wilson. If I'm the Seahawks and some people are saying, oh with his wife Sierra, maybe he could wind up with the giants. And that I'm not making that trade. I'm not trading franchise quarterback. What do you think you'd just pluck? Another franchise quarterback off the tree. No. They don't grow on trees franchise quarterback phone grown trees, you have one and you benefit by not having to pay him so much for so many years. I know we got a contract extension. You struck though in when you got him. So now he's up for the big contract, and you're going to have to pay them. So what the Seahawks I don't buy for second that they're thinking of moving on from. And it would be extremely idiotic. If they did train them, or if they did say, yeah, we're not going to give you an extension, and I'm not saying it has to be now. But eventually they have to give him an extension. And I wouldn't play the franchise tag game with him. I wouldn't he's proven. There were skepticism about Kirk cousins. And his performance and begins. What's the skepticism with Russell Wilson? He's been to two Super Bowls. He's won the Super Bowl. And he's one of the better quarterbacks in the league. It is at the prove anything else, you gotta get a deal done eventually. And then with Russell Wilson. Why would you wanna leave? Maybe it's enticing to be the king of the orc. Possibly if I'm him though. You have a structure we have a very good head coach and a very good quarterback situations like that are tough to find to the National Football League. And for Russell Wilson. He has a good guy identity. And hey, I never get surprised by contract situations. But really I'm surprised how publicly this played out where you have to have a deadline. Why do you have to have a debt by now? So you're telling me, let's say in a month, if they come to you and say, we're going to give you thirty four million dollars a year, you're going to say no, or if after this year, they say we want to give it thirty five million dollars a year. You're going to say, no. So I don't know how they're saying. This is now whatever deadline. We'll see how true that eventually does become an we'll see if they do find a way to strike a deal within the next thirty thirty five minutes. And if we even find out about it during the next four hours more nugget before we take a break, we're gonna get to Warren Moon, and this Peter King article. There was also talk that in the contract. Maybe Russell Wilson will be able to have his contract adjusted at the salary cap does increase whatever you signed for you baby renegotiate down the line. I don't see other going to sail with the salary cap goes to this to give you that much more money because that's setting weird precedent. But who knows? Usually you never see a guaranteed contract in the NFL. You sell them Kirk cousins. So who knows what the holdup is? And who knows how far off they are. It's weird on both sides both sides need to realize Russell Wilson. I wouldn't wanna leave this situation the Seahawks. You can't let this guy eventually go get the deal done. Now, there's a match to be made here, and I would continue this relationship. So things the question there, and we'll see what happens we'll get some clarity on the situation when we come back, and we will talk to Warren Moon..

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"three guests" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:40 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on KGO 810

"Have a three guests who are joining me as we discuss this. We've got great Brechin who is my friend. And he's also more importantly in this discussion and historian and founder of the living new deal project at UC, Berkeley, Tamako Bailey is a member first nation Lopa. Yup. Is a board member of the alumni association at GW high school. And so I there's one other thing I want to say before we get back to the phone calls, and I also want you guys to answer Darryl the comments that he had to say at the end of his phone call. And that is a lot of people are asking for the images. They haven't seen the images of the murals. Caroline copeland. My producer has put these images up on our website. They're also on Instagram. They're on Facebook. They're on Twitter so anywhere. You can find K G O, essentially right now, you will also see images of these murals, please take a look at them. And please look deeply at them. Please actually look at these images and then participate in our discussion at eighty eighty eight ten so which one of you wants to answer the concerns that Darryl had gray. How about you? We haven't heard from you intimate in a minute. Well, you know in nineteen three there was an all day congressional trial of the Rincon annex murals, and it was a fascinating day because it was more of a trial of history than of art. And it turned out that the artist Anton refrige- new San Francisco history much more than the people who wanted to destroy those murals, I attended the last of the meetings the reform meetings to decide what to do about the murals. And what I couldn't figure out was whether the people who want the murals destroyed whether they want what happened to their ancestors remembered or forgotten, and I was thinking about how of course, one what was done to them and others to be remembered never forget, you have holocaust memorials, and museums all across Europe and in the United States, and you were right? The very few Californians know, the details of the genocide took place in California. I was shocked myself when I was working on my book for well promised land. And I did the sites of some of the concentration camps that were here's key up into hayme account. He was one of the saddest places I've ever been to. So I felt that I still feel that there should be a museum of the California holocaust in Sacramento. But that would of course, be have to be up to the descendants of those who suffered. But it really here's a question of what's going on at George Washington of what is to be remembered in and you should we forget what happened to African-Americans and to the California Indians. Pretty simple question. Eight hundred eighty eight ten let's go to Charles in Palo Alto. Charles is the grandson of the artist who painted these amazing murals at George Washington high school Charles thank you for joining us this afternoon. Just thank you. Hector's work was constantly in. Derided for its very controversial orcas. Wants to know any more about him. Recommend graffiti? Victoire politics apart just came up. Robert cherney. He's still there. Yeah. I'm still here. I'm listening to you. What are your thoughts on on the mirrors? Have you seen the murals at George Washington school? And what are your thoughts on those? It's like the destruction of the big Rivera. Euro at Rockefeller Center. How many people know about that now? But he who was Niro's yet. It's a big fan of lending and. Breakfast. Didn't like it. And they tore down the fresco. This. Where where's it all going to stop? You know? Yeah. Did you know your grandfather? They moved to Soviet Union in their early sixties corresponded with him. I didn't have a chance to go to the Soviet Union. Visit a tell us just briefly what kind of person your grandfather was. Mandalay actual very intelligence, very well read. Oh. Hello read officer in the Russian army. He came to America to go to art school. Was he a kind man? Yes. So. Well, he obviously had great feeling for some of the things that were taking place in from the history here in the United States that wasn't being told to her own citizens. Do you think that's what motivated him to paint the depictions that he in the murals that he was commissioned to to do at GW? Yes. Probably so his several other murals in San Francisco wanted to the Presidio one that. Tower. Yeah. Right. And they're they're all, gene. Communist. Right. Well, I appreciate you calling in here Charles. It's I it's good to hear from someone who's a family member of the artist himself. So, you know, we have a feel now for who the man was who painted these these frescoes why he painted those frescoes the message that he was attempting to impart, and then what we're hearing on the other side at least from what I've been able to ascertain, and if you are somebody who wants to paint over these frescoes, please call in and tell me because what I'm hearing is the problem is a misinterpretation of the intent that people believe that this somehow is celebrating the subjugation of people of color as a part of the United States history and the history of George Washington and the artists intent was the polar opposite of a celebration. It was a depiction of the realities. It was a wakeup it. When there was more. There's more symbolism. That's contained in there. Eight hundred eighty eight tennis the telephone number eight oh, eight oh, eight ten. Let's see. Let's let's talk. With Bennett Bennett is calling from open Bennett. Hi, welcome to K, G L. Welcome. How you doing Jim? Well, thank you. Hi. How are you doing? Hi bennett. The home week. Then what are your thoughts on the murals? Well, simply put these pieces are part of a large body of work that was funded through programs that evolved. Franklin Roosevelt became Beverly funded projects around the country creating artworks at a time when artists were struggling far beyond even today's understanding of struggling artists. Coit tower murals case in point was where many of these artists came together to create one of the largest projects of its first and largest projects in great, please correct me if I'm misspeaking but army group, and this that Roosevelt further that and is truly a national treasure and a masterwork. So to some extent, I view the challenges here as a matter of understanding the art history and the history of the new deal and the history of of the intentions behind supporting artists back in that time period rolling back the clock because you metaphorically referred to the destruction of the Buddha by Taliban by the Taliban. We're trying to rewrite the artists and Ted by pretending to know, the artists intent so that sensitivity to the people offended by the subject matter aside. I even thought. If you consider Picasso's masterwork guanaco, it would be saying that we should whitewash over that. Because I celebrates violence in war. And that's certainly not because was intent showing you trough of that time. These are protected in my opinion that protected works, and it might be correct that the federal government would have a standing with respect to preventing their destructions to civically, which I'm presently looking into myself and others. Let me ask a question. Instead of I'm not gonna do sensitivity aside. I wanna put sensitivity at the forefront. And I want to say how can we deal with that? Is there a way for people to not only be satisfied, but for people to actually value the art work, and what can we do in that regard? What is the next step that can be taken in order to accomplish that? If I was on the school board. I would be advocating for bringing together art historians and people who studied this time period to to, you know, avoid the intellectual laziness of just saying, let's not deal with it. But let's look at how can we create an opportunity to truly learn from this. You could attract some very top talent to come to fan Francisco and come to the school into sear their truth in their history, and this meaning and it could be transformative. If if this problem is turned into an opportunity, it could just change into an X. I it could turn the school into a nationally known landmark shrine real shrine. So so what about this? There are those people who are advocating for a contrary or maybe I should say complementary murals that would be commissioned from a different artist who would do a depictions of people of color that are much more positive that are you know, are are positive images of perhaps real people in American history. But positive uplifting images. Do you think that would be an appropriate? Contrast, absolutely brilliant component of integration. With us. Peace entire school could become a celebration of multicultural. Diversity and art and bring it into the modern day draw from the past bring it to the president. Yeah. I really like you Bennett. I think you've got some great ideas. And so for the rest of by panel of what are your thoughts on this is I respond to them? Yeah. Plays lopa. So one of the many suggestions, there's not just one one was my suggestion to make four or five more times. More positive images of people of color. The other one was new and accurate curriculum for both African American has well as native American history, the others was to create panels aren't site plaques. That would explain why we have these various stories there's various eras of art. The other one was to possibly we. We mentioned this off radio about having maybe a day where you speak with all these experts. They all talk. It's a big like a mini convention, right, educate educate. People and to those people of color and then first nation anyone else? I for for those who don't know who I am, I mostly Filipino? So I I'm not criticizing anyone has a visceral emotional issue with paintings. We just ask that they figure out in your heart. Is this positive for you to say, let's trash let's censor. Let's justify book burning in the thirties. Do we want to blow up mount Rushmore? Do we want to change the name the state of Washington, the national capital want to change it to act me or something? I mean, I just don't know. How far we can go with this. And for me to again as a filmmaker. I just can't imagine. Ruining art. I just I just don't see it as an answer. Because all it does is create additional controversies that. I just wanted to do something to that. I think this is a very dangerous moment because if a school board votes to destroy this provocative art, it opens the gateway so that no work of art that is provocative will be safe. Right. If it offends somebody or some group of people, it's the classic slippery slope. And that's what really disturbs me about this. Understandably we have to take a little break here. So hang on with me. And we will come back to continue our discussion the numbers eighty eighty eight ten and Ben thank you again for your comments. You're listening to k GIO. So attorney general Barr says the FBI was spying on Trump. Well, Trump was meeting with Russians in private and his aides were getting S faced and bragging about meeting with Russians and stealing documents talk about one eighty we used to spy on Russians. And now, he's fine. A Russian president chip..

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"three guests" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"three guests" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"three guests" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Go to set Gorka dot com. Thank you for carrying. This is America first. And what is this the third guest of the day? Incredible. The third guest of the day. I'm excited to announce is none other than congressman Brian bobbin. F force a veteran from Texas the thirty six congressional district. I consider him to be a good friend of my Brian. Welcome to America. First. Hey, Dr Gorka has great to be on your show. Great job. And I appreciate thank you kindly. We have you on the show for very specific reason, you are the co chairman of the congressional border security caucus you've traveled down to the border on multiple occasions. Can you share with our listeners we're on more than three hundred stations and affiliates and platforms across the country from California to New York from all over north and south? Can you explain to our listeners why this is a national emergency on our border? It's very easy to explain I've been to the border for the last two months. San diego. Arizona and twice in Texas. It's amazing to hear the Democrats. Tell tell us that this is a manufactured crisis down there. When I say anything other I'm a healthcare professional practice dentistry for nearly forty years, I know healthcare crisis when I see one, and there is definitely one down on the border. That's just one aspect of this national crisis. It's not only humanitarian and healthcare, but it's also national security. I talked to many many people who have lost loved ones who have been robbed in some way or another harmed by illegal aliens coming in by human traffickers, who found the remains of of of deceased persons. Seen things such as rape Crees. It's it's just incredible. They weren't really wanna talk about it. And what's happening because of our out of control policies on immigration as a loophole for for asylum seekers, and how it absolutely hangs out to welcome sign and incentivizes people to make the dangerous crack all the way up here from Central America into the states and at their own peril. So there are there. Women their children there people and all the time making profits grow for drug and human traffickers, it is crazy, and I are seen it with my own eyes. And it's incredible that the the people across the aisle cannot see that. And by the way, like one democrat went with us on our trip down there on our trips down. That's incredible. So they could have come with you. It would have been open to them to join you to actually see for themselves, and they refused to. Absolutely. It's it's it's my understanding that they were there were several of them were invited. And they just did not bother to to come. I've read that they're going to be some that are strictly democrat delegations that'll be going down there. And I hope they get to see the sayings and talk to the people that that we got to talk to as well, if they decide to go, but let me tell you something Dr Gorka, this was a deal that was presented to our president. This this five point, you know, he was asking for five point seven day. Again, we were offered one point three seven five and a budget of over a trillion dollars. The Democrats could not find five point seven billion for national security and border security. It was amazing to me. And I do not blame the president one bit for what he had to do to try to secure this border. I know he didn't. Want to have to do to declare an emergency. But he absolutely was a mandate because he loves this country. And I support the man one hundred percent I wish he had not had to have done that. But it was absolutely not enough to secure the border, and you know, the power of the purse lies with the congress, and the white congress votes shows are already with the boats that we cast Democrats give lip service to warning border security. But obviously that is not the case about by the evidence that was presented to us. You are listening to congressman Brian, Bob. In from Texas is thirty six district. Follow him on Twitter rep Brian bobbin, B A B. I N not only. Are you a medical man? Not only you an air force veteran. You're all also interested in the final frontier in the last minute and a half we have left. I know you're very active with regards to space issues and NASA could you share with our listeners how excited as Americans we should be about what this administration is doing with regards to space. Well, you should be very excited after you listeners, you're interested in and the new frontier space because we have an administration now absolutely wants to be second to none in space. President Trump is formally announced a new space policy directive recently to create a new space force, and that is not because he wants to to militarize spaces because our adversaries around the world at pushed the warfighting domain into that space into space and it new brass will exists within the air force. And then also when we talk about our civilian side. We have a great priority of that is to go back to the moon and onto the final goal of this administration, and that is to to to achieve the the trip to Mars, but Seaman's on Mars and this time we're going to the moon to stay not just put footprints on it. And I as a Representative of Johnson Space Center and for. Four years is the space subcommittee chairman. And the right hurt ranking member on the space subcommittee. I am really really excited to see the things that are happening in our space program. Well, that is a message of hope for all Americans. Brian bobbins been on Capitol Hill for three years is one of the true citizen politicians. He's fighting for you fighting for America, and he has the president's.

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