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"titleist" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:27 min | 4 months ago

"titleist" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Come Friday you can watch this documentary which really does sound outstanding you know Larry you're pushing against a very very big tide actually a titleist because the left controls the media academia Hollywood right basically the culture right and when I sent you're trying to do here is say okay well we have to fight back we have really no alternative we can use their platforms because they won't allow it they don't really believe in academic freedom and free speech we have to create our own ability to communicate with people so it's very important people watch this and tell other people about it correct absolutely and mark you talk you're definitely right about the left wing culture and and and they're winning when you help somebody is respected as group winners for crying out loud making the most innocuous statement all he said was I will never agree with somebody who disrespects the flag he did say I will play with them I don't know my team I want the commission to start a new rule nothing like that and apologizes and apologize again and his wife apologizes and the editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer resigned because he approved a headline about buildings being burned call all buildings matter and the editorial page editor of The New York Times resigned because he approved it call it a straightforward common sense of a column by respected Republican senator eight hundred staffers rebalance guidance up reciting this is what we want our culture Baldwin is now been removed from our H. B. O. Max because it's too it's too insensitive to Kobe put back with the disclaimer this is sick and and and mark the whole premise seems to be that we black people are concerned about not getting your feelings hurt well every single a study I see the last thirty years show that black people have higher self esteem than whites especially young black girls and having much higher self esteem the young white girls who are kind of obsessed with a Barbie doll kind of image black women are much healthy about the brightness of their bodies so black people are not suffering from low self esteem so what's behind all of this it's not cancel culture mark it's a real business culture and that's what reparations are all about reparations or the extraction of money from people who were never slave owners to be given to people who were never slaves the whole thing is absurd we are pick up work hard and play to the best of our ability in the greatest country that god ever created yeah I just go to sleep America elect a black president in two thousand eight who got reelected despite eight eight deputy Connelly in two thousand twelve he told the fact we had back to back black but secretary of state under George W. bush back to back black attorneys general under Barack Obama did I sleep through that all of a sudden we're talking more about the institutional racism and systemic racism is structural racism the one of the adults in office what's up with that mark he says and interestingly enough when you look at the Senate if ninety five percent of the black vote ninety percent of the black vote is delivered to the Democrat party wow I have to say based on how the Democrats think black people are very very poorly represented in the United States Senate I have said that if there was a law against UP leadership malpractice a bunch of these people in the in the in the house especially they'd be on death row look at the cities look at the proliferation of of kids being born outside of wedlock it is gone for twenty five percent in nineteen fifty five to seventy percent right now and forget about elder block will bomb a city kid raised without a father is five times more likely to be poor and commit crime nine times more likely to drop out of school twenty times more likely to end up in jail another question is what causes proliferation of kids being born outside of wedlock in the answer of course is the welfare state but we've done it incentivize women to marry the government and we was in a vise men to abandon their financial and moral responsibility and now twenty five percent of white kids are born outside of wedlock nearly fifty percent Hispanic kids are born outside of wedlock it has been a neutron bomb dropped on this country and when I did have a discussion about that we're having a discussion about institutional racism are you not look at Baltimore market twenty fifty were pretty great died the mayor is black the number one person running the police department black number two guy black city council all Democrats majority black the state attorney who brought the charges against the six officers black three of the six officers black the judge before whom to the upper the try their case and by the way the judge on the boat not guilty black at the time the U. S. attorney Loretta Lynch black and the present nine space black and we're talking about institutional racism at Wanda Sykes once said how you gonna complain about the man when you are the man and how do they complain about the man when they are the main they suggest that the man was not able to overcome with the institutional racism and the Jim crow legacy that'd be doubling the click the country that's why Obama said waited in Americans DNA and and walk you know he doesn't believe it but when I was in America's DNA how to somebody who's been serving in the Congress for year can you pronounce his name an incumbent senator a a front runner senator a former senator Hillary Clinton financed advised by her husband one of the most local politician in every scene and this guy Dr off get the nomination I think it's unlikely they reelected he really believes racism is in America's DNA you know he doesn't believe that he could speak before he became president at a black college in my generation the Joshua generation I think it is that additional percent the MLK generation the most generational vomited at the time that is ninety percent of the way there now is for ninety percent of the way there before he became president I would imagine we're even more the way they are and to somebody like that really truly believe that racism systemic racism structural racism a foundational racism is really holding back a look back at two thousand eight no he does not have any children of his daughters who is set to a very fine tool to get an education the way he got an education the anticipation is the way to go why should be talking about that widely harping on the fact that the black it does weigh less homework going to spend a kid in a white kid and one less homework than an Asian kid why are we talking about that yes we were talking about this nonsense why because the Democrats need black people to be angry because he didn't double ninety five percent for us because we convince them that these guys over here or devils and that racism remains a major problem in America when in fact it is never been more insignificant than it is right now yes let's let's check but this one one more time here this systemic racism I hear from as an example lebron James okay lebron James is nearly a billionaire he's got multiple states he's got a massively expensive car collection he's got all kinds of business ties with Nike and trying out all the rest of it lebron James doesn't live in these communities he talks about does he he doesn't send his kids to the schools that he talks about he lives among the systemically racist I guess and and and here's my question to you why doesn't he well I don't live in south central Los Angeles for the same reason that the price match that live in Hoboken New Jersey come on grow up you get the money to live into a nicer because you want to safety comfort inn and beauty look lebron James cowling inside somebody's called the N. word on instance member that there was a couple years ago about the time the police arrived somehow these walls have been painted over now you're telling me that somebody paid the inward on your sense you call nine one one and you painted before the cops arrived why welcome he said because he wants the neighborhood to see the word well he has a pocket gate so the gate did you couldn't even see the cold as he wanted to my point is I don't believe it really happened I believe it is trauma I believe a lot of these very very wealthy people don't want other not wealthy people are typically paid survey out that they become too establishment that they become too white so it's fashionable to complain about nonsense the way we did years ago when she went to a store and somebody assumes he didn't have the ability of money to pay for this all my goodness I'm I'm a victim of racism so that's what I believe the body changes to it and the builder chose to not supported lebron James tweeted after the death of of our great the man talking in in Georgia we can't even leave the house without us being hunted down are you nuts all the homicides in the country after them all black victims almost always let the Cooper.

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"titleist" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"titleist" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Titleist rejuvenated you feel energy and it doesn't take long Pat if you're the kind of person it's just getting very few or no fruits and vegetables every day you're probably gonna notice the difference the very first day you use it all right now Dr eleven it's a toxic world out there but what comes to consuming lots of fruits and vegetables to help the body plans to feel healthy you say don't exacerbate the problem by using fruits and vegetables with pesticides and herbicides now the organic juice cleanse clearly helps in that department right I mean I'm looking at the label I see organic broccoli spinach parsley barley grass wheat grass raspberries strawberries all organic I mean this stuff sounds first will delicious and super healthy all right I mean to saying let's face it it's a great idea but I don't like using commercial produce laden with pesticides herbicides and phones are they mean I want to concentrate all the vitamins and minerals the anti oxidants the fighting nutrients but I certainly don't want to concentrate the pesticides right and that's why I love this organic to swim because its organic to sink without the mess without the hassle it tastes great we're getting the right into trance the anti oxidants the vitamins and minerals from thirty organic superfoods fruits and vegetables berries Pat in essence we've done the hard work for you we've done that you sing for you the greens get organic juice cleanse their farm fresh he hi treated at low temperatures which locks in all of nature's goodness of vitamins minerals antioxidants it's all there because this is made from real organic produce we're talking cruciferous vegetables deep dark Reince blueberries strawberries apples there's green tea carriage cranberries black caritas either we've done the work for you Pat and key this is key we've done it at low temperatures blocking it all the benefits of these all star organic superfoods you simply add water shake it up in.

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"titleist" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"titleist" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"On. What's going on because i i'm. I am seeing a whole lot more driving nowadays out there when i'm on the road than i am hybrid so going back to the conversations we've had previously <hes> a lot of of hybrid setups are just a little bit more upright now. When you get to the tour level that's not as big of a deal because they can bend hybrids out there that being said i do not easy to bend and do you have to put the head into this bowl and then you put the entire head inside the mold into basically a club vending machine a lot of times. You'll have to heat hogle up with adjustable hybrids because of the way that adjustable sleaze interfaces with the the where the sleeves resides in head. It's not as easy to bend some one of those <hes> but you at the tour level they can bend those hybrids a little bit flatter <hes> but in general because of the the center of gravity properties of hybrids grids they tend to be a little bit more pro biased <hes> they're gonna tend to hit the ball a little bit higher <hes> and as we know with four players. I don't know of a single tour player that has i've ever met that like seeing poll too. You know no yeah the mini. I almost went right into clare the minute it goes left they. They're they're checked out so <hes> so being that it has a little bit more pulled property to it <hes> being that you know in general those things tend to go a little bit higher at their speeds needs hires not necessarily better. They have time controlling the spin on them. <hes> you know generally i think that speaks to why you see more high lofted fairway woods driving orange long irons and play out on tour the hybrids you get your substance remember cage h way i mean he had a bag full of headcovering good. Yeah you literally have like half a bag of hybrids. It felt like seriously now. Did you ever take a look at how those were now. They were crazy flat like you would've never seen a hybrid as flat as those as those hybrids everett's wear so to mitigate some of that left the made those things crazy crazy flat obviously cage as is is not a and then the other ones who you <hes> was why yang while yang also had a had a bag at quite a few headquarters in it and once again they were crazy flat and the idea there being <hes> those those flutter hybrids are gonna take the left out or at least try to take the left out but the average retail player doesn't need to worry about that especially if things most of their shots to the right <hes> but i think that that's a big reason why we don't see as many hybrids i don't or you know and why yang could pretty much use an entire bagga hybrids for the rest of his career because he took to how to count the giant. He took down tiger. I still any time somebody mentioned his name and his prime why yank and use whatever he wants. He could go out in use a shovel for all i care. He beat tiger woods. That's that's all that really matters. You can do pretty much whatever you want at that point and i remember the celebration of all time where he picked up a bag and held it over at. I going there but hey what he was a weightlifter. I i think he was yeah. I think he i think he was like an olympic a class weightlifter. I'm pretty sure but i knew i knew he was. I mean just you could see based on his stature. He was built like a tree trunk but but i think maybe that was why he did that or or maybe it was just sheer joy. I don't know but i do remember that celebration so what else we got this week question why john yeah. I really liked this next question. John on builder wants to know more about counterbalanced driver shafts in you know we always talk about different types of shafts. Especially drivers shafts we discussed doesn't johnson testing and and went deep on driver shaft testing but but counterbalanced driver shafts. This is something that that i would imagine not a ton of people. Although if you're listening to this podcast you probably do just maybe a little bit of a layman's definition on a counterbalance driver shaft is counterbalanced driver shop shaft designed that <hes> more of the math on that south is higher toward the handle end of the shaft the idea of there being that by taking math out of the end of the show that maybe perhaps the player can generate a little bit more speed definitely has a little bit different feel <hes>. This is a great question. I just spent quite a bit of time with gavin from the team at acura talking talking about this and it's you know it was definitely <hes> we we spent quite a good time. Deliberating on the benefits and performance features discounters balanced the shaft so one thing that i think is important to understand is by definition moving the the balance point higher on the shop is going to make that a mitre swing way and so if you're building to swing way that means that you're then going to have to add waiting into the head whether it be through lead tape tape hot melt or wait clubs and if you're adding that week back into the head counteract the counter-balancing effective the chef you're kind of undermining undermining the whole purpose of counterbalancing and in so doing that by adding extra math down to the head actually softening the shop too so i think it's important to understand what counter-balancing is <hes>. It's something to change the field so to speak for each player makes the head feels a little bit lighter. Step <hes> potentially. Maybe you can swing it a little bit quicker <hes> but if you then take that shop and try to build it to a specific swing rate and by doing so have to wait ahead you're kind of undermining the design concept there. <hes> you know what that's going to change. A lot of is the feel a lot of changes the feel of the way the shock feels to the player fire and that's all you know that's. That's something that's very very important. It's hard to quantity <hes> and it's hard to put a number on every player prefers i different fields whether they prefer heavier head whether they prefer lighter head when they prefer softer tip <hes> but i would definitely advise trying <hes> <hes> a counterbalanced driver shaft and in comparing it to a more traditionally <hes> designed fodder being what you get as far as performance for some players is it made definitely move the needle a lot one direction or another and for others. It may not matter a whole heck of a lot but the only way you're gonna tell by giving them a good test <hes> against something. That's conditionally designed with the numbers. Tell you <hes> assessing the way that feels and just seeing how it turns out at the end of that process why good questions this week. I'm <music>. I'm actually really enjoying the listener questions if anything because they they give something more to talk about and it helps connect to our listeners in relate this you now as we've said on every one of our our episodes what goes on tour level it's important to understand for the everyday claire what the pull out of that because some of it applies some of it doesn't apply and how's it applies specifically to you. I think that that's you know that's why we're doing. This is is to take all of this stuff happens on a weekly basis which are kind of special interest pieces and then apply that to how golfers are actually playing out on your golf courses around the country so yeah exactly and i think with that. Let's let's get to this week's interview. I think this is one that you and i were both really excited for for a chance to speak to stephanie. Latrell stephanie is the director of metal woods development for titles golf. Club are indy. She's a great player. She played at the university of michigan michigan and and she is. She's a very important role she. She's pretty much there for the development of of the metal woods at title is so really enjoyed getting a chance to talk to her. Here's interview well. We're pleased to be welcomed by someone who i believe is one of the brightest minds in the golf equipment industry. The director of metal woods development the titles golf club r._n._d. Stephanie latrell. Hey stephanie stephanie. Thanks again for join us on pod eight years so much for having me so i'm curious. How did you end up on the windy side of the equipment business a long road but you could say it was also a bit of a direct pass. <hes> i grew up around the game of golf with my whole family is a game golfers and <hes> i was fortunate enough to be able to play in college the university of michigan and and pursuing i was still fairly new to the game golf and so my father who owns his own business. It always told me find something that you love and safety can make a career out of that because it'll never virtually feel like work and i discovered that i was gifted at science and mathematics and that engineers designed golf clubs and i decided to studying mechanical engineering at the university of michigan and my passport after graduation was <hes> that was i hired a catalog company is and associated research engineer and and worked in <hes> motion capture studies in player characterization and then from there i was able to move forward board into product development with cleveland golf company and for three and a half years i was able to design all the products and every product category for their tour players vide saying david tom and and really partner and not only design and develop the products but also fit them for them and then from there <hes> i've been fortunate now to spend twelve years as the director of metal element for title of golf clubs focusing on the global driver fairway in hybrid it is element as well as <hes> tour products <hes> and it's been a joy and blessing to get to make products that i get to enjoy and others get to enjoy why that's great stephanie. It's interesting always here. How so many of us on this side of the industry with a r._n._d. Sitting in tech and to have some similar paths <hes> a lot a similarity to the path <hes> that i've had so far in the industry with mo cap and all that good stuff i i'm curious you know getting into the equipment industry out of golf where you much in your head in college <hes> or was it more just an interest in general math. It was probably just the challenge in understanding how equipment could could impact your plan your potential. I wouldn't say that i was a gearhead at that point in time. It's not as though i was researching which had designs <hes> had had the best technologies or or what different phones would do for different shots in playability but <hes> understanding physics understanding flights you know those the movement of the club and how i could make it more efficient and how i impact <hes> performance with something that was interesting to me. I'm curious. How did are you an finding a home. It title est my <hes> my boss <hes> <hes> cleveland golf company down who i he was our vice president of research research and development at cleveland's all time <hes> titlis has i believe been pursuing him to leave their department for some time and <hes> uh he made the leap over to title us and <hes> about three months into his tenure here with <hes> panelists he he phoned me up and he had just promoted me actually running never compromise putters over <hes> from an r._n._d. Perspective at cleveland and he said physics the engineering and putters is it's more more about design and it's more about look <hes> and he goes. You really would love to do metal with again wouldn't you. He told me that he had this opportunity. City and <hes> i went through the interview process and was fortunate enough to convince the other entities that title because obviously glebelands was fairly <hes> fairly new as well but <hes> they saw my passion for product they saw my passion and suzy hasim for helping <hes> all golfers <hes> strives to be better from the best players in the world down to the avid amateur golfers and <hes> it's. It's been great to be here and working alongside. Dan now works for him. I <hes> about sixteen years. What is i know. There's there's a lot of off hurdles that go into <hes> you have to clear before you can create a new product. What's the most challenging part of your job that no one knows about. The most challenging part of our job of is is to really demonstrate performance improvement. <hes> you know obviously we're working within the boundary conditions of <hes> the the u._s. e._p._a..

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"titleist" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"titleist" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Huge difference you feel free titleist rejuvenated you feel energy and it doesn't take long Pat if you're the kind of person it's just getting very few or no fruits and vegetables every day you're probably gonna notice the difference the very first day you use it all right now Dr eleven it's a toxic world out there but what comes to consuming lots of fruits and vegetables to help the body plans to feel healthy you say don't exacerbate the problem by using fruits and vegetables with pesticides and herbicides now the organic juice cleanse clearly helps in that department right I mean I'm looking at the label I see organic broccoli spinach parsley barley grass wheat grass raspberries strawberries all organic I mean this stuff sounds first will delicious and super healthy all right I mean you saying let's face it it's a great idea but I don't like using commercial produce laden with pesticides herbicides and fungicides I mean I want to concentrate up the vitamins and minerals the anti oxidants the fighting nutrients but I certainly don't want to concentrate the pesticides right and that's why I love this organic to swim because its organic to sink without the mess without the hassle it tastes great we're getting the right into trance the antioxidants the vitamins and minerals from thirty organic superfoods fruits and vegetables berries Pat in essence we've done the hard work for you we've done the to sing for you the greens get organic juice cleanse their farm fresh he hi treated at low temperatures which locks in all of nature's goodness of vitamins minerals antioxidants it's all there because this is made from real organic produce we're talking cruciferous vegetables deep dark greens blueberries strawberries apples there's green tea character cranberries black caritas either we've done the work for you Pat and key this is key we've done it at low temperatures blocking it all the benefits of these all.

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"titleist" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Like, whoa. That was crazy. I just feel like that. When I'm like thinking about doing like electric things to my face, and like crazy facials like I get too crazy for me where I'm like curious, but I'm so damn skeptical. And I know that that's kind of judgy of me because I obviously love all skin care makeup stuff. It's like fun. But I do I feel like for some there's something about machines getting involved where I start to feel like you're cheating not cheating. I feel like it's just like hokey or something. What about facials it's sort of like take? If is if you had an assistant, you know, esta Titian at home, it's just like those that they're using except you have access to them. I guess I like facials because there's it's like a fun experience. Yeah. I mean. My only on a new face would be. I will I actually do it. Yeah. You say never used it. I had the face brush thing. I never every use the clear the clear sonic is. Nobody's beijing. When I was like, I can't believe we all got sucked into that. That a new is the Lou what's the one they seltzer foreign the mini? It's like looks like a big vibrator the looney. No, I don't know. I never seen that one. You know it. It's like, we all know it. I'm telling you to brush it. No. It's like it's like a big plastic thing with squiggly lines on it only is Is it. it? Yeah. Bad vibrates on your face. It looks like a vibrant, I need to try and find I don't ever want. I mean, if no one's using the clear sonic anymore, and that was supposedly a game changer mean mean, I don't wanna just be. I want something that works that. I'm never going to want to get rid of me. It is all about trying to do everything up until getting fillers university. That's where like I'm kind of intrigued by this the new balloon the foro Taiwan. Uh-huh. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. I haven't what the foro. I'm definitely intrigued by the new new face. I want to see videos of girls like getting facials, and they're like, they're always running new face thing type things over their faces. And I just I want to learn how to give myself like facials at home like the things that you can do at home and just get on that kind of like leaning. He know what though I think the new face. I think that you could I think that's what Jade rulers are for. I think it's a similar tithing. It's like deep puffing streamlining. And also I've heard a lot about Korean face massage misery about this friend that's really into Korean face massage. And if you just searched on YouTube, there's like millions of videos and people cream woman swear by it like brings on the fluid in your face, like relaxes your muscles. And there's all these techniques like take right now, the your middle knuckle meant dig it in like under your cheekbone kind of more towards your ears like find that Szott that feels like there's a spot that you'll find that. So like Titleist by biggest from grinding my teeth. I'm like always having hit neck. But if you take the knuckle right there like you're is that what they do to massage. And this is just I mean, I'm sure there's a million different techniques. But if you just it feels like when the feeling like on ruse, I know it's like it's like kind of tender it's like hard so good to massage that well everyone..

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"titleist" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"Mitchell analyst, financial consultant, financial planner investment consultant wealth manager, and there are many other deviations of these people. And if you work with them, I'm sorry, you probably need to stop working with them. All right. Let me all right. Let me just play devil's advocate here because there are probably people in the business. Listen at we. Yeah. For sure I know that there are all right? I met them. Can't is it fair to lump them all know. And so I think it's not all people are bad. But it is important to note that they are not all people have bad. But all of these people know the thing is these titles. Don't mean anything. So I know I'm Andrew fee, Bert. Chief nerd of my computer things in my apartment. It doesn't really mean. Okay. Whatever Titleist signed to myself. And because these titles don't mean anything specific they don't necessarily have to have your interests at the forefront of their decisions. Will you mean, they don't have to have any credentials the backup? What they are. Right. Right. Anybody can call themselves financial analyst or adviser or consultant or whatever in any particular. You could do it freelance, exactly. Like, there's nothing stopping you. Matt from changing your title to wealth manager. Or investment? Whatever. Exactly. And so like the reason that it's bad is not because they're just making up these really ridiculous titles. It's fees. Well, well, one it is it is. It's not bad that they're doing it. But it mmediately sparks a trustworthy connotation. Right. It's like, oh, this person is like this person understands they get it like, I'm it's like when you hire a lawyer like, you know, what they're going to do if you talk. If you call somebody at Dr not anyone can call themselves doctor, but the people who do you're like, wow. That person's smart or they know about and look I can be a financial advisor or financial planner. I can call myself, whatever. And I'm like, hey, Matt, I have an awesome money clemes thirty day money clients, and we should really work on the because your your finances, or whatever, and it costs three thousand dollars, and all you..

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"titleist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Grads like socialism and the Albanians dumps Deluxe seen cruise From. Venice to Rome, as I mentioned we have two stops, in in Croatia one in split. One, into Nick I I Bang my own thing here but you've been to Croatia. In the nineteen ninety s when the war was, going on in Bosnia and Sarajevo and all of that stuff and Zagreb and I've been to debris. Nick before on, vacation and I had been to Albanian, before with with CNN in the. Nineties, and It was it was come along pretty significantly since the last time I was. There there were basically no cars in the country, the last time I was there in Albanian but this time we stopped, in In Dubrovnik can it was I guess my second time in Dubrovnik my best girl. And I we went and. We made our way from. The from the ship to the old city. We took a cab. And made her way around, the old city of bit which we had already done so we didn't overdo it, we have to water. Taxi we went to to a beach of sorts it's, euro beach. Show it's all rocks and volcanic you gotta wear sandals on the beach because it's all jagged volcanic rock or whatever and pebbles, and things and we had a nice time had a great time, went swimming we swam at almost every stop that we went to on this trip in the various sees and. And then we came back took a water taxi back from this beach to the walled city. Walked through the walled city to the. Other end and grabbed another taxi cab to get back to their ship, and we're always the last ones on border. Nearly the last ones on board stretching it, out we like to make it Stressful as possible for ourselves And so we have to cab back to the to the ship and the cabdriver was a Croat Croatian and he's a, funny guy, and he was he signed, we're obviously tourists were Americans and, he speaks English reasonably well and we're talking and he's. Making? Fun of the tourists right and he's taken shots, at and he knows, where but the shots were. There were. Kind of funny he was, he was kind of funny, and I, said to, him I said you know, you speak English, pretty, well and he says yeah. Thanks and you're pretty funny I said it's it's not easy to do in, a in a second language a, language that's not, your own and he said I. Watch a, lot of? Seinfeld, watch Seinfeld is it yeah It's, a, great show the greatest show. Ever he says Seinfeld I said really I said what's your what's your we're, just pulling up to the ship, at this point, and I said what's your what's. Your favorite, episode my? Favorite The, only thing? They said well wait? A minute Any we're pulling. Up the ship he puts the car in park he stops he raises his right arm in the air. Up to the basically the ceiling of the car, any, flips his, hand down hole is elbow pie lucky grab, something and he goes like this and he, says Titleist tight list is I saw the the. The golf ball in the in the whale, thing, this is that Stylist has that's a, and and he says he turns back and, he looks at a sunny says.

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"titleist" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"In an aligned way I want to know from your perspective what you feel like because there's a, lot of people, out. There that haven't done this yet Are three things that ultimately every beginning entrepreneurs though so I cut the cord. From my job I'm in like that first beginning stages starting my business what are three things that I absolutely need to have in place or be aware of Titleist that I would make sure that whatever you're doing is. Aligned with you actually what you enjoy it's. Very I mean this is gonna create a company that it's easy to grab a company that you love love so I would, make sure that you're doing something that comes from within that you really care about that you live in that is out of. You. Because they when it gets tough and will that, won't keep you going that's the first thing. I would find out I can't cool what, kind of people I want to help them what problems his plate. You need to be solving their problems, helping them on those, pathways in order to exchange value and insert it sound silly and basic You need to get in front of those people you need to actually launch try to pull you off. His out there into the world there's so. Many people have got all these great ideas I know how I'm gonna help and just start making the money I want and, I'm like well how often are you getting in front of them. And they just not yet The three things. I think that's on I love that you said a. Lot of people end up creating a business the hate people have jobs like. Man I can, start, my own business and create a worse lower paying? Jobs they work more hours So that you brought that up right so what are some different ways of looking in front, of? Them I know that you help people, do this so breakdown I wonder, like some simple ways right now anybody tuning in with us can start right now getting their message in front of people absolutely searched, the may an online as the onset. Right I'm really thinking if you know online if you don't on social media. If you're not growing these platforms, that, you're gonna lift behind actually is simple as simply going, what I have. To say right now Okay what do I have to say, and then what is my off Fash which is going to. Lead people into taking some sort of. Action with me so I can help them right and start for me. It's simply a Cabej riding that it could be, speaking that in a video could be doing livestream about that on any, of. Your platforms that you have now I'm guessing everyone has like a? Personal Facebook page and say seventy people don't have a. Platform right credential business and you actually right and you will have some people that have following you in connected with you on that and you don't necessarily know people in this day, and? Age I'd be getting the same content out there was a code action, and just getting it out on this platform I just dot can't be that some Invidia videos one of the biggest trends right now So many people. Are afraid to turn their camera on themselves either on their laptop but. It is that easy and I think a messages. Your first hundred videos may stock yes Sure yours like mine, probably weren't as good as they. Are Have a studio It starts with, just a phone And I think you can still make..

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"titleist" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Back here to the final segment of the best stocks now radio hour with professional money manager bill anderson we had some of the hottest stocks in the entire market right in my neck of the woods callaway golf cobra golf even the companies that made the clothing ashworth and the companies that built the company that built the shafts for callaway golf abdullah we had titleist not too far from switch is now part of a big conglomerate we've had a lot of different golf industries and you know it was the it was the winding down of military spending in the early nineties that pushed a lot of aerospace engineers into the golfing industry designing heads big bertha golf clubs and the ping golf clubs and all the arrow dynamics behind all of that and san diego was kind of a center for that and i remember that wave that those golf stocks went through it was unbelievable and made some money in those stocks back then well you know it kinda maxed out at peaked in it's leveled off for many years but we've got the us open this weekend but i've noticed a resurgence in several of the gall stocks including my beloved callaway golf those are the irons that i swing do they help my swing no they're a little bit more forgiving than the average golf club and i haven't swung my gloves.

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Heavyweight world titleist Deontay Wilder takes down Luis Ortiz, is Anthony Joshua next?

NBC Sports Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Heavyweight world titleist Deontay Wilder takes down Luis Ortiz, is Anthony Joshua next?

"The best boxing analyst there's ever been on television why you saw a deontay wilder and luiz ortiz a very very good fight were wilder was rocked a little bit look like he might go before he came back and won and then the anthony anthony anthony joshua against partner joseph parker fight but now that you saw both of those allies can't we put wilder and and jocelyn in there together who would you favor in that fight well i think they're going to fight the leader fight and it's appropriate that they do fight and that's gonna be big fight for boxing the leader fight this year in well known in the next probably two three weeks i think the fight later this year are they will fight in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and and i think you know announce the fights of both of them in recent years and i think that fight will come down essentially to who gets who i and how well you can take the punch of the other person both men have been rocked is noted wilder was in serious trouble against or cheese joshua was knocked down in at a certain point look it looked hopeless for him against let chris go yet he came back and won that fight so both men have their vulnerabilities but both men are ridiculously powerful and so i think it's going to be an intriguing matchup we got some buzz in the heavyweight division for the first time in a long time don't we all with these two this'll be generate worldwide payperview sales and i think this is the best bus we've had maybe since the nineties the tyson holyfield days yeah it probably is because during the era walls ages philip stadiums for with fifty thousand people in europe for the most part in america that people never quite bought into it so here in this country especially and certainly your as well interest in the heavyweight division is considerable and and there are enough good have you just below them that their leases some a division a little bit and and it is for the first time the rest of boxing has very deep intel to divisions a little bit slow to wake up and but now there's a lot you you know know we've talked about jack johnson a lot over the years and i think as you know he's my favorite american athlete he was a hair will mind growing up.

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"titleist" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"T the manager at har credit express up in 'have rope and scott jay who works at title titleist hey how 'bout that magid oregon for a golf company let's go to susan in chicago chicago susan how are you fine thanks um both your subjects tonight uh involved not obeying federal laws are you going to secede pretty soon massachusetts lull cell but marijuana and sanctuary states um this governor baker have to sign this uh deals he would have to sign a sanctuary state bill if it wind its way to his desk uh it's interesting in illinois republican governor rounder uh get us a sanctuary state and a he's going to have a big he has a big surprise he now has the primary opponent in march will that such look for him it's always competition is good uh gobert is to go to jail the record at least a colored record right yeah and it was bipartisan republicans and democrats alike which is wonderful he i eight years i now blog old plug of vitual whatever his name was she had a ryan who was a republican who are the other governors you know i i commend ada county addis finger though the whole the they're holding up the grand tradition and in in springfield springfield illinois but i think this will be different his opponent in the republican primary in march is a west point graduate uh and a woman the only woman running for governor in the fall you have chris kennedy and the press kerr you know mmhmm so um so she running his republican against the intelligent yes against governor rauner she's the threeterm legislator and the only woman running at it was grudge route yes and la voie matter of fact i guess i can just go to illinois in right because we know with illinois laws right alqueva yes we also have the only problem i would have is i'm actually alive human being normally it's the dead that vote in illinois i can't uh i can't contradict you but uh we do have the honour of also having the highest property taxes so i i hope you too low doubts is we're going to.

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"titleist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on KOMO

"The way from the hov lane as guy komitch stephen we have from floor the robo snow on white path will southcenter a we do have for road construction in the area northbound after 405 two lanes closed for construction the four to ten four mike tomlin on komanya shannon o'donnell has the forecast high there every day friday night here in western washington it's going to be partly to mostly starring with just a few leftover showers and against at it's going to get chilly temperatures for most of us dropping into the thirty is as we head into the after dark hours and so definite cold weather for the friday night light to the football games out there and for doing anything else out there after dark deal at kickoff your weekend highs on saturday back into the mid fifty so little bit warmer slowly but surely so a chance for a few showers mainly close to the canadian border sunday looking brighter and warmer still with highs near sixty that's a good pumpkin patch day in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell 45 degrees right now detective see a thief targeted an elderly woman shop a petsmart in tacoma beatty year old got to the register realized your wallet was missing from her purse which had been sitting in a shopping cart she left the store than calderbank that's when she learned her card was already being used at stores in the same shopping plaza pollution are trying to identify the man detective ed troyer says he bought thousands of dollars worth of gift cards with the stolen credit card she had no communication dense sam this assembly i came in and took advantage of a situation an of all normal person and stole their idea and made them a victim up they obviously did want to be now we'd like to get him caught the man in his twenty's the '30s wore a grey titleist hat black sunglasses a white poloshirted maroon shorts the voters have.

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"titleist" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on WCTC

"The fashion industry thank you that all they can do as reference back and do their own uh get mad i mean i'm looking at knock off taylor so she could lawyer picture an an earthy green like earth lordy horta a jacket will get a haircut no yet really harrier like mock town trammelled the s like he's got mop titleist and mopped up here doesn't look like charity look dirty already greasy hasn't shaved why is that in any way with an ass scott with like look at green dark green ascott to match the moss corduroy ensemble with a pink open how about when men opened their shirts to like three buttons to low to the naval now we don't want to see that the chest hair covered up this is on the all this is not sexy covered up remember that line from that was from the from fletch now i can't remember what it was it was one of the great lines from flat shore i can't remember which i but as this is not the mild this isn't at six is a cover it but these is on the model we don't cover button butlers shirt it up tony in indiana tony i'm sorry i love these articles or these millennials think they're somehow cool because they're wearing like a a large plaid blazer with like with sands of belt pants with a with a velveteen sheen on them on uh this is we don't want our men looking like to own i've i keep shiny ceram and go ahead tony remember or orlic hello back now the european oh yeah the show w care pay of course remember your work quality white.

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"titleist" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on The Big 98

"Son sann wade's for hurdle way sees a poem entail no concern defeat only in umbrellas in as summer she could get the i ever heard carry in gene earlier manicure may be right across the street across my faith through the she live me editor were crazy she is the way few news is changing she turned around immediate fail door on this dan india and then man i said so law each day answers lag no body scenes of cain bullying did to lay heating hough a girl she may be smile made me also drew chicago mind face to be tbi me with crazy david a loses changing medi girl that is awesome latest from i guess guinea carrie underway has been working on the new a sunday night football opening sequence and says that it's full of surprises one big change is harry's long hair is badges the picture and as people talking about it does her extension dry as someone who does not a little bit about her other actions rhianna allied titleist have you are like wild carries earth even growing out our area was up michigan taken out unlike often called extension l k padraig native burst ads at her husband mike fisher he has a comment on her instagram which is super here he's like holy smokes the i'd marya i saw i wonder why third gas soccer the hockey game two weeks ago and hair was a law that's all picked as i hope you're cats the extension he amid girls are tricky like that so someone counted up how much copy the characters on friends drank and if he drank the most with two hundred twenty seven caps not by turnblad time for this but just as sent the most foreign during eight dollars rachel drink the least two hundred thirty eight catterwell flesh and that fourday butler three thousand dollar there's now has not like two weeks ago obvious arbed aided sonatas i've at the gop shoppe i'm amy that thirty seconds skinny this july eleven his amazon prime day it's an epic gave deals on everything that you do that means deals for booties effort gamers protect you from beauty bands upper petlovers and more prime dais for prime members sign up for.

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"titleist" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on WJR 760

"That's two four eight three zero five at nine nine one one call now and sign up for that complete planning review talking about said the decision to wait until or not to wait until uh starting social security or rich it's what it how long visit our how many factors go into making that decision you've talked about longevity iso what are the other things that people need to consider well again their lifestyle in again it's going to drive the amount of income you know that they actually really need so it's going to come down to the titleist now they're looking to supporter sustain throughout beer retirement so again it comes back to crunching the numbers in in finding out where you're at currently in making sure on an inflation protected basis we can take you through what we believed to be the expected retirement time line in again for a lot of folks that's going to be in a thirty two potentially maybe even forty year range which means you're going to see a doubling in some cases a tripling in in the cost of living so this is not the situation you should take lightly a comprehensive plan to take you through their retirement is really going to be something that will give you the piece of mind that you need to know that you're gonna survive that uh that retirement in the lifestyle that you anticipated at again it's not a onesizefitsall for every one different people have different answers to these important questions of make sure your answering the question in a way that is right for you and get some help along the way from people who have seen it before who we can help you navigate this process make sure your on the path to having a.

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"titleist" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"That is that that face and very well why not be cleveland to make that happen and so that opened up the door for the possibility of him leaving as long as they are in a position to win i i don't think he's walking away but if there is some drop off text year or phased say they do trade kevin love or something like that and wherever they get it doesn't work out and they they regress well you know then he had a great run in cleveland on the second stint and then you can go somewhere else and finish off his career most likely in la either pizza clip rousseau lakers and and there's nothing wrong with that yes sirris the on this yeah there is in i i get that a lot of it is wiped away preemptively by the time by the titleist year but he can't he can't have it both ways he being lebrun he can't he can't be so hyper aware of how he viewed and how he wants to be remembered in the nba and do something like this which would just further cement is mercenary status right like he is that's kinda the different thing from liberal jordan went and play for the wizards i get that but that was at the end of his career post title more of an ownership stake in the team sort of thing so unless that is lebron's play it it is different and there is something wrong with if your cleveland sports fan all of your cleveland worst fit absolutely but there's no way he'll be treated the same way he was treated in two thousand ten if he goes the lakers are clippers in in in a year i i was i don't think i think we the more we experience something the more immune or the higher tolerance becomes like i remember talking to just let's say an older generation there were nfl fans baseball fans and all that stuff and i remember when the nfl was trying to give free agency and i would hear linda just like older guys around and all the relative the bulatov free agency ruined baseball about that that was an accepted.

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"titleist" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"You know recognizes like i'm areas that you have to sort of that sometimes talk about yourselves and and way relationship is that it's all the sometimes you know that you know there's no icon that's actually very effective no matter who they are matter who they are i green you money the most truthful writing partnership that has with titleist and i think in large part because even though we right together he's the director and were writing together were coming with story together but usually i'll start you know and then we'll kind of go through together there's a division of labor that is natural and frankly also there's a division of labor just in terms of where were going to end up from that ultimately we can start together but all we will diversion then all the over here looking at the script he's over here doing the billion things director just and and it makes it somehow okay it's like a partnership it's not a partnership time and then i from we also then can go when gore separate ways fortunes aren't tied to the spurs that so much like i cannot also mightily dynamic right is that for writing team the long standing writing teams their fortunes are tied together right and i think in you know and it's very very very very difficult and yet so many of them they're one of the other is clandestine lee writing something it's just i have like i have on the top to bottom going to another podcast oh man just me again now with two skid not with this kind kentucky that strictly not to do okay i'll do from a great story.

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"titleist" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"titleist" Discussed on WTVN

"Well you know maybe it's because of the fact that a lot of these drugs as adverse of bounds increased office they recognize ready fd a increase up with suicide like moses i think we got a win board on the drug side we've given too much expansive gordie dislike nitrates doctor peter break in a side titleist says we over medicate we do and i think and my course of practice more people who are basically we're and couldn't about being cy catchers superdome to the other side naj said we've gone over or the have control i went into this having the speed in here believes that i could help people and i'm giving up five because i realize that i'm doing is pushing pills the nobody's getting better and if people are getting a lot worse on the drugs that they say or not addictive end up being addicted drugs that they say can can own limit the depression a disaster bet that a precious they have all of these re factory cases but clearly works for saw yeah i can say that but they don't so there are some people who benefit from the treatment no question about it but in my experience there are a bunch who don't and there's a whole bunch of a used to prescription in my goodness when you have a lines the kids and and be over schools going into the ninth nurses station to be drug my own son and daughter school it was a boy who would you couldn't said in the class for me go on all way and sit down and crime crime cry and i was over there for apparent teacher conference them one of the teachers from the resource center came over hours talking to earn what's wrong with that child and she said i think it's because his parents have a mom most those psyched drugs and lone be hold his pants all to know leiber belt against giving him the site drugs and i've only is a charming kid and he doesn't crying consoled we anymore and he sits in the classroom inept i so where's that boy unable he's actually in the classroom now any spy wideout parents decided to stop given the most truck you know we can do this to ourselves we can't we can't keep thinking that drugs that have serious and per side.

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