18 Burst results for "Tom Blake"

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"And you can buy five every single or you could be on the suspected terrorist watchlist and still go buy a gun at a gun ship. I mean, this is crazy like it doesn't make any sense. So the reason why I got so engaged in this debate in funding so much of this work and getting people in postcards is there is something called a universal background check. It is very simple. It keeps three groups of people from buying guns felons. Those are known to have a history of domestic abuse. And then those who are. Mentally unstable. And so if you're one of those people today, you can be a domestic abuse and literally have been arrested or if for domestic abuse, and you can go buy handgun. Unfortunately, that's how you know a lot of gun violence deaths happen on in. It's usually females because you know, a suffer from this domestic abuse. And ultimately ends in their partnership. I mean, it's really sad. And it's crazy. It's adds a crazy we allow these people I got so you can be the biggest hunter the biggest again had a big hit in the world and still overly support the idea that each people should buy guns. If we'd pass universal background checks, which will be voted on here in the next sixty days. So this is like right now this happening it, it's it's really on the house floor. I mean, the soon as the government gets running again like this will be voted, you know, in in. This will save tens of thousands glass. It's that simple. So so the reason why I felt so strongly that we could get into this. You know discussion in have a difference as a business is we are a company that has customers that are all different political beliefs all different states in the country, red states, blue states, purple states, and I just don't think this is a political issue anymore. I think is a human issue. And I think we all agree and actually ninety percent of Americans old agree on universal background check. So it is a very very large majority of people have the commonsense say like these people should not go to buy guns. We've passed federal law. They would no longer villain. Do it today. They can buy them online forgot sits ninety there's no checks and balances. So so that's what we're about. We're not about gun control one hundred percent about you can be responsible gun owner, but we literally have to stop these people remind guns the only way to do. So is with a mandatory. Federal universal background check. And so that's what if you go to Tom dot com. Senate foes car that's at the post part is for it's to your Representative is saying I wanna make our country safer, bypassing universal background checks. Please vote for this. When it comes up for vote on the house, and, you know, seven hundred fifty thousand people have done it. And now the fun thing is is. Yeah. Even since we decide to have this conversation today, we've decided they were going to hand the liver host cards to congress on February fifth. So if you're listening to this any live near Washington DC or you wanna take a road trip on you can come join us. It's going to start at nine AM on.

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You use your business, even if it's a small part of your business to drive a social change. And I think that's that's something that people respected help spring loyalty among your customers clients, and it also just makes being in business more meaningful like at the end the day. You know, we do all have basic needs that we need to create income in have. But you know, I think that everyone that I know. I really have deep conversations with them about, you know, like why are we in you're on the planet than via that out of all here for one another, and whatever are still sets are whatever opportunities we have. We can help us those to make other people's lives just a little bit better. It makes life a lot. What's most challenging about you know, leading a movement like this? I think the hardest thing is keeping it fresh are realized would've known that frankly, six months ago, like I think we were just kind of coasting at Tom's, you know, you know, you know, you know, we do very well help. Lots of people are staff is highly engaged, and we're coasted in the truth is the last three years for four years. I don't think we were. I think we were just a great shoot up. The did a lot of good. And and so after making this berry bold and provocative, you know, campaigned in gun violence crane technology in the website. So that people could send a postcard the resume now had seven hundred forty thousand Americans as imposed. I mean, that's a huge number in. Most of them are not some customers. I mean, literally are people that heard about it on the Jimmy Fallon show or solid celebrity tweet about it or whatever but seven hundred forty thousand people have taken the time to go to a shoe company web. Site to write a post mar- that we're sending to the Representative to urge them to pass universal background checks. And so now, we're definitely movement. I mean, there's no doubt about the movement. But I can't question. The hardest thing is is like we were movement, and it just got stale in and we just kind of lost the cultivating of the community up until this recent experience. I think now that we been kind of A a. back up to this and realize that palms debts best when we are being really bowling provocative than activists in in leading movement. Not just selling shoes, we actually sell more shoots. So it actually works allows us to do more things. So hopefully, we won't lose sight of that again. But that was definitely thing that I've learned a lot last year the last couple of months. Yeah. It's hard insight with our the way society is today is such a beautiful thing that we move on. But it's also like, you know with gun violence. It's you know, there have been so many shooting. So it's kind of like all the energy is to that space to kind of work against that. And kind of change that. So the freshness also comes with like for you the permission now, it's like okay now, I have the permission to kind of go for it and to be provocative again. And to kind of really take a stay on and kind of all of the company back to being the activist at this point in time where it's like the perfect place for it. So we grew up in Texas. But did so because you know, guns, and Texas, and then here, I'm like, what is that? What's that? I guess. Yeah. What's that? And then with the gun violence. What's the actual goal with your movement? Yes. So so I am a hundred percent like massive supporter of the second amendment rights. Spiro arms hunting light. There is there is absolutely nothing. That is a huge part of our culture. I, you know, I mean it, but what what would I have zero tolerance? Or is the fact that this year, we had more school shootings than ever in the history tonight states, you know, as as it is a father as a four year old one year old enact zero-tolerance, the fact that you can be felon, and you can get out of jail tomorrow. The next day you can go by five AK47.'s,.

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Said a postcard you Representative. A help them in urged them to it in gun violence in to buy Tom's wear their in wear them tell the story because the only way we can continue take stands on things. It really matter to us customers is it's all funded by the sale of our shoes. Nothing that transparency in talking about that is something that other companies. Also, don't do they try to like trick you into buying their product because they make you feel good about something they're doing, but it don't really hit it on like we did. So as the giving model evolves, and you are giving to causes that are, you know, working for the most important issues of this time what other ways are you looking in two thousand nineteen and beyond to give up their causes. There's so many right now. So many there ones that I personally have interested in gene suicide is one bowling one. A climate change is one. I mean, there is a long list, I have personally, but you know, what I think is most orbit in what it ought always tried to do is really understand what our customer scare about. Because ultimately is their dollars that are there allowing us to do this. And so we're getting ready to launch a big campaign of Stanford tomorrow that we're gonna you're gonna start seeing all the stores that sell Tom's on website where we actually list like eight things we could do next year with another five million dollars and let our community help us decide what we should do next because we're gonna take another big, Dan, you know, in the beginning of twenty twenty and, but we think that rather than us deciding based on an event that happens now, we really want to engage our community. More have them be involved in the neck. Stand that we I have ideas for twenty twenty. Yet. That's interesting about the community because for almost thirty for our community the having the input and the conversation with them to hear from them who they want to hear from who they want us to engage with has been, you know, instrumental in art, not only our growth, but the growth of everyone that's involved. So that's like one of the most beautiful things that you know, I think you're doing and we tried to emulate as well for a lot of. So I of the listeners they are female founders they have businesses that are mostly in like the professional services space. So they're online, they're not necessarily product focus. So what could a small business owner who is in the services space, maybe their digital? Maybe they're doing copy. Maybe they're doing social media. How could they apply a giving back model to their business? That makes sense. I think one of the great things that we have now, especially small business owners. And is we all have. A a massive megaphone by social media by our Email list by our customers, right? Like just didn't exist in years ago. Like now, I mean any one of us, even if you have five hundred followers, you have five hundred people that you can technically get a message to tomorrow. And so we all can be activists in we can use our businesses in our in our community to raise attention to the things that we care the most about so that might be like iron. Oh, you're really passionate about helping people get access to clean water. And so you do a partnership with charity water. So that you know for your company's anniversary, you're asking everyone. Donate your ten Danaher Sherie your business it the anniversary everyone donate five dollars. You know to charity water in the race to get that money is raised. And then they get to celebrate. Look we help build this. Well, you know like. It's it's those types of things that it can be very much tied to you know, you know, something you're doing season anniversary of your business. It could be something that you know, yours is offered like with new clients like when you come on flying. You know, we do acts Amana once it has to be connected your personal passion. So I can't really be scripted in that. But whatever you're passionate about there is a way to engage your community your customers or clients and have them know that you're not just in business for profit..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"What is holding them back from implementing a model like the one for one or taking a stand? You know, Nike did recently with Colin Kaepernick thing, and I think people are starting to really take note from dove and even Gillette kind of taking a stand recently. But what do you think it keeps them from actually having a voice that could make a difference? Like you have. I mean, I think part of it is most companies don't have if they're an legacy company been around for while. They don't have the credibility. I think to take a stand, you know, because a lot of times it could backfire right? I mean, there's mixed reviews. I think on whether the Gillette thing is going to be. In a productive or not for their business. Because if you're a brand that was built on just selling a widget. And then all of a sudden, you take a stand, and it's not often tickly connected to the values of your CEO, or the way your corporate culture is just feel like something to Mark up. Then I think he can actually have a negative impact. Now, I don't think there's anything from keeping entrepreneurship date nece, Dan and building giving model. His like, I think that's future business ending the future netting with millennials and really having engaged consumer it. So I would say every business that starting now there's like I think it's actually a disadvantaged us not have a perspective or social mission enacted, your business might not be as radical as giving something away every time you sell something because very few businesses that have the margin that, but I do think that it's important. But I think for these more legacy companies, I think they have to tread very. It lightly and some of them like is a great example that they have done it to play in the are living breathing it from the executive levels down. And I think it can work, and I think would Nike at work because you know, they were able to say we support I in. That's what we always have done, and was ordained athlete that we think you know, that we believe in. So, but I think that will companies we'll do it. I think they'll also be more disasters early in don't offense getting have the rights do it. But it's also kind of why I felt like a lot of people internally on including my board are Schiavo like, I don't know we have the authenticity to enter the gun bond space. This is like a heavy heavy space where there's you know, tens of millions of dollars spent by nonprofits, and this and that and and and even though we felt connected to it after the Thousand Oaks shooting which was close to my son's school. It's not like we were victims of gun violence ourselves. So there was a lot of question in what my answer was is like anyone has be a thority or the permissions dick STAN on any issue. That's going to make a better tomorrow is Tom because that's why we started to come and from day one. We have been using everyone's purchase to make a difference me part of the solution. Whether it's Shula snus or.

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"It's our most businesses fail. Like, it's just like something that you feel like is, you know, a marketing gimmick because you seem Comey's towns be successful having it 'cause it will never work. You gotta deeply deeply care about what you're building your business on what caused if you are connecting it 'cause is to it. The second thing is is it needs to be is simple to understand shares possible because we do have short attention spans these days, but, you know, brought the softening, you know, one of the things that has been the biggest. Personal challenge for me. And for Tom's really the last four years is that even though our model has been emulated by hundreds or thousands of businesses now one for one, and it is very simple. It doesn't mean that it would be affective forever. What I mean by that is after the first seven or eight years all of these shoes sold in given. There has been a diminishing connection too. When you buy for Tom's, you're helping a child in need because they've just heard the story so much. And so even though it's simple in even though we're still doing it is not driving our sales the way once it our sales, basically been flat the past four years, and so no growth at all. And and now we're so helping it's on a people, and we're still developing shoes. But you know, as a brand you need to be growing growing die. And so it's been really challenging for us to realize this simple. Elliott's be created with one for one shoes. While it's great. And helps a lot of people. It has not had the same impact on our business that it did I say seven or eight years in. So we've been talking for a year to now on how do we evolve or giving model to actually use these tens of millions of dollars us every year to make a bigger impact in other issues of our time and other things that we believe are really connected to when our customers caravel, and so we've been talking and talking and talking about this lily for like eighteen months, the point rise almost was kind of giving up that we would ever actually do anything up until recently when we decided to make a major stand in ountry. And so that most people seem like a total one eighty like where did this from? This makes knows maybe this doesn't make any sense Tom's. I know give shoes now is entering, you know, trying to get a law passed that will keep at people from buying guns. And. Make our schools are safer. But really, even though it was very spontaneous decision came after a shooting Eappen close to my home in Los Angeles. It was the seed was being planned in the past years. We earn activist brand in when we're at our best emotionally net with people on issues that they care about. And we need to be able to take some risks in do things differently. So that we can really engage their attention. So that when they buy I choose they are proudly wearing those shoes not because they know that a child got up here. But because they know it's really helping drive something Ford than it really care about. So that's been happening last week's Anatoly turned our business, even my own personal life upside down, but I'm really proud that we stand. I agree. And I want to really dig into that. 'cause that is really important to us to we're we're here in LA. So there has been a lot going on in the gun violence base that I'd love to explore. But I do want to ask you for companies..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"And I remember leaving that day saying that was the best day might five age now is more fulfilling like I felt great. And and I really really was excited about the experience and that night I had dinner with my polo coach. I'm told them about. Got it. And and he listened brand gently news very impressed that I spent my day doing that out and people in this country. He knew very well about these kids in this this this kind of art town. But then he said, we'll what's going to happen when they need their next earth shoots and that single questions. Let led to creation of Tom's because I realized that being a nonprofit in having donations was not really a sustainable way to keep these kids getting shoes because the inbreeding or months, they would either grow out or wear out of these shoes, and it would need another pair in. So that the idea that had the next morning when I was writing my journal that instead of looking to nonprofits charity is Saul society's problems why not live onto preneurs ship. At this point. I'd started for their companies. I love being entrepreneur starting things in creating things solve problems usually commercial problems. But why not do it for aids side of problem? Kids don't have. Shoots. And so that's when I came up the idea of starting shoot company where it's purpose would be every time. It sells a pair of shoes. It would give away. I called it one for one because I thought that the easiest way to describe it. You know, there was no percentages formulas. Just totally transparent. You buy her shoes you want, and you help someone get a pair suits that they need, and I started, you know, awnings people in Argentina could make this unique her shoes. A lot of people were down there. The opera gotta and I made two hundred fifty pairs brought him back LA and got my friends and sister in girlfriends by the first payers in that's what kind of you know, started this idea became times. Wow. And so for you like, you know, when I was twenty I was definitely doing. I wasn't doing anything close to what we're doing. Where did this drive for entrepreneurship come from? And this like thoughtful desire to always learn grow at such an age where you know, the people that I was around in the environments that I was in being from the midwest were not contributing to us wanting to grow personally or wanting to set out and do something different. Like you were doing at such a young age. Sure. Are they all comes from? When I was about ten or eleven years old. I recognize that I had a great gift from tennis. And I was learning to better tennis players in the country. And then I went lifted tennis academy. I spent my whole, you know, kind of you know, youth really focused on trying to become a professional tennis player. And I ended up having injury in college which led to the laundry business on crutches Nightman carry my laundry down. So. Starting laundry business became my first on venture. I remember like his yesterday. I had this business about six months. We had some customers in someone's said men, you're young entrepreneur. And I didn't know what the word utterly had to go to dictionary. Right. Oh, wow. That's really, you know, like that makes sense. And I recognize it every ounce of discipline. And so for Lien's in drive and everything I learned playing tennis. It's such a high level really translated competitiveness to being an entrepreneur starting business, you know in. So, you know, that's I think what I acquit channel all that energy of winning to federal tennis player to when to be a great entrepreneur in because I was a nineteen year launch for neuro with forty employees, which is very rare especially back, then I would naturally have these more established entrepreneurs in Dallas, Texas, a thick one a mentor mate, and like take me to dinner in these people were really successful..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Off your first order. So we're just really excited to have you. We are huge fans, and I've just admired you for a long time now. So this is a dream. I went to your website today. Goonies? I agree. Definitely like a really good attitude, and positively, you know, in your community and saw this been really fun. See I heard you on Lewis house recently, and then a long time ago, and I'll never forget it. I would never believe that, you know, at that time, it'd be here talking you today on almost thirty. So we are so excited are conscious loving community is pumped here about your story. And what you're working on right now, especially yeah, we just jump right in everything is really casual. And we let it flow wherever it's meant to flow. So, but for those who don't know your story, we would love to cut to talk about how Tom started. And the why behind Tom's sure. So von started twelve years ago when I was travelling in Argentina, and I was actually down there learning to play polo. All that's so I grew up in Texas riding horses, but it never played polo. I had seen a few coal mashes in thought it was pretty interesting, and I had this. Tradition that I did every year in January good to place. I'd never been before. And learn something that I'd never learned. And the reason I did that was I started my. And I grew up really fast people always said is the oldest on euro they ever met. And now we will say I'm one of the younger four year olds. Reverse like, I literally kind of sacrifice my twenties be an entrepreneur and be working this crazy amount of hours and not doing the fun things that most before doing college instead of instead of being bars or going to tailgate parties doing the normal college students, I was actually doing the laundry of all students at my school because I started laundering business and in. So so basically, I recognize that I was working like crazy amount might twenties. Starting these businesses. I loved it. But I would get out towards the end of every year. So I took January off every year. So no matter what I was doing my company, whatever company running or starting. I had I base everything I could to outsource or put Eric or delegate January, and I would go somewhere in learn something new and so. So this year, I decided to go to Argentina and learn polo of all things and when I was down there. I saw I was traveling between pointed Cyrus. Outside. It's about an hour and a half in the drive through some very obvious neighborhoods to get to the forms for the horses. Ola was and I saw many kids on the streets. You know, not wearing any shoes. Seeing yet an in it just kind of broke my heart in religious. I saw really since poverty. So accuracy in this for weeks at a very serendipitous encounter where I met these these three women in a bar, and they were talking about wine bar when they were talking about the fact that they would have been both on cheer work in Argentina. And they were doing civically something Shujaat, and they were going around clipping slightly used shoes from wealthy families in Buenos iris, and they were going to give them to kids in these villages that I've been driving through. It did not have shoes needed shoes to go to school. And I was just so impressed by back that they were spending their vacation down there to volunteer and. Help kids get shoes. And so I- offered to to help distribute the shoes on this Saturday was coming up when they were going to do it and not knowing anything about this had never done any type of volunteer work before, you know. And so this was all very forms me. And but I thought it sounded like a fun experience in adventure. And so I signed up, and I went to this this village lows daytonas with these women, and I experienced the greatest joined the world like seeing these kids so excited. Get a pair of shoes. Not even a new pair of shoes. Really, really touched me. Their parents were so thankful we played in jumped the kids play soccer with the kids spend the whole day with math became shoes..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"It's going to change the world. Yeah. Agreed. And for anyone almost thirty in our community would love to hear your ideas or suggestions. Or if you are a business a small business, if you're part of a business that does a great job about giving back of supporting the community of being more, human, please. Give us your suggestions. Would love to start a conversation. About how almost thirty Ken get involved more in a model like something that Blake is doing or whatever the model may be finding opportunities for us to really give back some of the amazing energy in love that we receive from you on a daily basis would be amazing. So all right. Enjoy this episode. You can chat about it in the secret Facebook group, if you're not a part of Facebook group, you can just search on Facebook secret almost thirty podcast group, and we will see on the other side for review of the week. We appreciate your love support. We appreciate you subscribing to the show for sharing the show with your, friends, and means everything. Yeah. And we'll see you on February ninth for our vent with Alexander rock. So at sage wellness, you can go to our website to get tickets. It's going to be a day long workshop about tapping into your feminine ended. Be amazing. So looking forward to seeing you their view. So when we start planning almost thirty events like we did last year on tour and like redoing for our two thousand nineteen global tour. One of the first things we do is make sure we have spent drift sparkling water. On stocked stocked for everyone and everyone loves it to see people's faces when they try it for the first time on tour my favorite flavors right now. I'll give you a little rundown foreign mango huge fan. So refreshing, really unique flavor, and of course, grapefruit tried and true. I always have it in my fridge for one. I'm craving a drink light. Delicious unrefreshing also digging the half in half. It's like an Arnold Palmer love it with a little sparkle, so good. And what we love about spend drifts that it's made with real squeezed fruit. So the best part about it is the real fruit. So you can actually see it. If you pour it out mcglasson. Does color because hey, everybody real fruit has color, and it's low sugar, but the sugars from the real fruit there are no artificial sweeteners added sugars or natural flavors and spiff..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Of bullying, and what we all know, if you know, the Tom's brand for every shoe are pair of shoes. Bought a pair will be given to a child in need of shoes. Yeah. It's such a beautiful concept. And I remember when Tom's came on the scene if you years ago, I bought my TOMS, and it felt really good to support someone, but I hadn't really ever are hadn't ever thought about conscious capitalism. I haven't thought about the way that corporations and how we spend our money could make an impact on the world. You know, something as simple as shoes which you already buying spending that dollars those dollars with Tom's could make a difference. So it made it released for consumers, and then it also made it impact, and you know, growing up I think that there was the paradigm of having money was bad. Or there wasn't ever a connection made between corporations and companies giving back, you know, there was some. Anthropic opportunities or things that were done. But it never was expected of them. And it was really just seen as businesses make money, and then people give money, but it wasn't. I don't know that wasn't connected at all. So for him to kind of start this wave and create such such a stand in the space has been such beautiful thing to see. Yeah. I'm sorry today. I'm I. It's kinda freaking me out of been like really lost for words lately. More think your phone. No, not really because I know what I want to say right now, and it's not really coming the way that I want to so our community little frustrating. Thanks guys feel there. I mean, basically mean ninety five percent of the time. Nobody will also wanted to mention that if you go onto Tom's dot com right now what they're doing at Tom's is evolving giving model. So we mentioned kind of what they've been doing for the last five or six years, but they are now committed to giving resources to the causes of our time. So they kicked this initiative off quite recently saw Blake on the Jimmy Fallon show, and they have donated five million dollars to end gun violence, which is the most money ever donated by an organization for a cause like this. So you can go onto Tom's dot com. Be pa. Part of this initiative, and they created this new technology that within thirty seconds. You can send a postcard tear Representative that will help pass universal background checks for gun purchases. Yeah. So it's really great in this interview. Blake explains what universal background checks are. And it's pretty simple. So it's making sure that, you know, people like convicted felons don't have access to buy guns and just getting tighter on purchasing guns. It's not hard and fast, and it applies to basically everyone, whether you're democrat Republican, it's basically a human thing. So on Wednesday Tom's announced that they're doing an end gun violence together tour, which is a multi city event deliver more than seven hundred thousand postcards, which now is way more and probably going to be a million when they get there to congress in support of universal background checks. So they're going to be visiting various cities, and they're going to be ending in Voss. In DC on February fifth, and you can come support them. You can give your postcards, you can kind of your thing to show that you believe too that there should be universal background checks something that we support here at almost thirty. So thank you to Blake truly. Thank you for coming on. And being so present for a paving the way as an entrepreneur that is building a business and the backbone of that business is giving back, you know, it's it's really setting the standard for future entrepreneurs. And slowly. But surely, hopefully sooner rather than later, I think it's happening quite quickly because they're taking your lead..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fiends and has won the record one point six billion dollar mega millions jackpot the ticket purchased in South Carolina. Moorhead WWE news time five forty five. This was very close game. The pistons. And if it wasn't for one particular player kind of a new in the courtroom, pistons, they would not have won escape. Yeah. That one particular player. Tom Blake Griffin. He scores a career high fifty points last night as he would power the pistons to a one thirty three one thirty two overtime win over the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers at Little Caesars arena, by the way, Griffin helped out big time by veteran point guard. Reggie Jackson who notched twenty three points. Meanwhile center Andre Drummond gets injected from the game in the fourth quarter after he mixes it up with the seventy Sixers Joel Embiid, which resulted in Drummond getting hit with a pair of technical fouls. The Boston Red Sox take game one of the World Series. Has they double up on the Los Angeles Dodgers eight to four in the opener of the fall classic backup. Infielder Eduardo Nunez delivers the games critical. Hit a three run pinch hit home run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Here's Red Sox manager, Alex Cora afterwards on Nunez. He wasn't one hundred percent throughout the season. He struggled defensively, we know that have second. But he always had a positive attitude, and he's one of the leaders in the. Clubhouse and for him to to show up today. And. And put a big swing? This his first World Series swing is very gratifying to see him to game two of the World Series tonight at Fenway park. Michigan state head football coach Mark dantonio met with reporters yesterday for its weekly press conference in east Lansing where he talked right? From the start about the incidents that took place between Spartans and wolverines players before last week's rivalry game. In east Lansing. I'm not gonna have any more comments about the situation. I made my comments let God take care of my battles. That's number one number two, and we'll take care of my family. Number three. I'm going to take care of the football program and represented with class and reform gonna worry about Purdue. And we're in the Xs and os and the personnel involved in that. And that's it today. Another day of work for the lions players and coaches continue to get ready for Sunday's game at Ford field against the Seattle Seahawks. Nice honor for defensive end Kerry Hyder he'll receive this year's.

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"tom blake" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yes, he this dude on Twitter, Tom. Blake? Yeah, just crushed it to Graham. Cy Young s. I g. h. that's pretty strong. I like that. That's pretty strong. I like that. Let's see one Soto of Washington hit a pair of home runs last night. He is the first player in baseball history with three, multi home run games. As a teenager is thirteen road home runs are also the most all time by a teenager. See any other baseball numbers here and really got like a boatload of those. What about I saw something with the is it Trevor story the the Rockies didn't he like these one of the first ever do homers stolen base hit his fortieth double and RBI's hundred RBI is too, but he's also got twenty five stolen bases and he's got a pretty incredible stat line there. I've course screwed it up. Fortieth double yet to ninety three. He's got thirty two homers one hundred RBI twenty-five steals forty doubles. And I don't know last time that happened for. Did he rod? I see a rod thirty homers hundred RBI twenty stolen bases, but I don't know if he had as many. Trevor story is fortieth. Double yesterday's. The first baseball player shortstop ever to have thirty or more homers forty or more doubles twenty five or more stolen bases Francisco, Linda or the Indians two stolen bases away from that feet. The only other place to accomplish that Chipper Jones Barry Bonds, Willie Mays and Larry Walker and Ellis Burks. Let's see anything else in here. Now I think that's you and you play in Colorado. Do automats not get credit for your power and it's dismissed. I don't know if people are still doing that. The way they once did when those numbers were, you know, felt like they were disproportionate. I'm lucky the knowing Aaron auto in Trevor story, and I'm thinking that Scott us still be a factor. I mean, they're like they're both tied for third in league in homers and until no one heard it. Trevor story till this year. The allegation hasn't changed their right. It's still same allegation. Seahawks hundred ninety four yards on a pot or something in Denver last night now I make it that up, but he Dalmatians a big deal. Yeah, but where where do the Rockies rank in baseball? The last ten years in home runs now they top ten. I'd be curious about that. But remember when you had Dante Bichette Andreas Gallaraga, Larry Walker, Todd, Helton like yet some guys and then they go on the road and you go. What happened? Wait. Aren't you the same guy? Apparently not. Dan, Patrick show app. We've been telling you about it for longtime. It's great, download the DP show app today at the app stores..

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"tom blake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Quiet, dot, com dot com Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is clear Jessica Rosenthal Fox News grand jury in, Texas indicting seventeen-year-old Dimitrius pa- gorgeous in the shooting death of ten people at a Houston area high school a trial date has not been set disgrace professional cyclist takes a hard fall off his, bike tour to FRANZ champ Lance Armstrong doing okay after taking a spill in a cycling trail in Colorado on Wednesday Armstrong posting a photo on social media of his bloodied face with the caption well sometimes you're the hammer and sometimes you're the nail the. American cyclist riding on the Tom Blake. Dirt trail in Snowmass village in Aspen when he fell hard Armstrong took himself to the hospital for evaluation but. Was given the all-clear adding the caption that in the old days he wouldn't, have gone to the hospital but now that he's Forty-six he's. Taking these injuries, much more seriously Mantovano Fox News urged the dress Marilyn Monroe, war in the seventy year it, along with an, autographed photo thanking the executive who launched your career will go. On display, before heading, to auction auction house profiles. In history, announcing the items will go on display later this month and To auction in late October Lisa lacerra FOX News Radio Plumbing traffic.

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U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

Todd Schnitt

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

"Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is

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"tom blake" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So you took six hundred down by half of one percent xetra dax tom blake so too is the cat cow on us futures also looking to a lower open s and p five hundred futures down eight tenths of one percents all of this of course after us and european stocks actually hit their highest in two weeks yesterday because trade concerns ease then we had another salvo former president trump talking about hating one hundred billion dollars worth of chinese imports although having said that in the asian equity session there was quite a muted reaction the hang seng as she up by almost one percent although the asia pacific down a tenth of one percent china of course and chinese actually markets remain closed for a holiday today as for the fx space bloomberg dollar spot index strengthens a tenth of one percent euro trades at one sport twenty two weaker a tenth of one percent but his copper and the commodity markets that seem to really be feeling the pain of this trade concern the brubeck horsey index at half trump's at this hour and the compassi amax index down by one point one percent will say not that much movement in the bond markets just give you a price there two point eight one nine percent on us tenure benchmark years down by one and a half basis points a no point five one five for german but neil's carolina let's get into some of the stock specifics because as well as the big broad theme around trade we need to keep an eye on a few names that could move have some news flow around them that could move things at let's start with the banking sector bloomberg's bree taylor joins us here in our london studio with details and we go first to denmark brey that's right so danske bank which is denmark's largest bank unveiled a set of broad changes to its management team today it's replacing its head of wealth management and appointing a new cfo and this is part of its plan to create a simple and more efficient structure so the cfo role will be filled by christian balser who had been the finance chief at the insurer true and the changes follow departure of the dansk executive who had been in charge of the baltic operations which is at the center of a.

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"tom blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The way temperature's up lower 50s inland areas much of the south coast in cable stay in the 40s and then tonight seasonably chile downed in the thirty is too low 40s even milder tomorrow with some sunshine in i make everybody gets up into the 50s and almost two sixty he in some spots cooler again on thursday back to near fifty with clouds and kind of a damp feel it is going to be a potent coastal storm that is going to kinda wrap up into a nor'easter thursday night into friday lot of wind and a lot of rain and then a mix over and change over to some snow at the end and some inland areas thursday night into friday will keep an eye on this big storm for the end of the week i'm accuweather meteorologist ingvar wbz newsradio 1030 i've done a dozen nice today though for a fifty one degrees in boston wbz news time to thirty six the boston public library is undertaken quite a project transcribing its massive collection of antislavery correspondences wbz's kendall beal tells us it recruiting an army of volunteers digitizing the roughly twelve thousand pieces of correspondence from some of the nineteenth centuries most it into abolitionists did not right or the measly searchable for researchers and the general public hence the massive undertaking of transcribing each one of those letters by hand and the libraries tom blake says that challenge has been taken up by more than two thousand volunteers from around the world or somebody in the himalayas bear our researchers in mississippi there highschool students you middle school teachers union it it it could incredibly wide and diverse range of people and they have their work cut out for them the handwritten letters are often difficult to read and often use obsolete wording it abbreviations the project will likely take a couple of.

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"tom blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz news time one thirty four the fourday wbz accuweather forecast now with accu weather i'm meteorologist deemed ivar mild this afternoon with some sunshine high fifty two downtown much of the south coast in the cape with the wind coming off the ocean staying in the 40s but bright and sunny through the day mainly clear tonight down to forty and the city 30s in the inland suburbs and then even milder tomorrow i think everybody gets to near 60 with some sunshine giving way to clouds cooler with those clouds on thursday during the day the chillier high near fifty and then a potent wind and rain storm that could even end is a little bit of inland snow late thursday night ended the day friday were keeping an eye i on this rain and wind and nor'easter here as we get into the end of the week i'm accuweather meteorologist eat aboard wbz newsradio 1030 forty nine in boston nice sunny day wbz news time one thirty five the boston public library has recruited a small army of volunteers for a mammoth project wbz's kendall bule reports they'll be transcribing letters from prominent nineteenthcentury abolitionists transcribing some twelve thousand had written documents some of what use obsolete words phrases and abbreviations is a very tough job but tom blake of the boston public library system says it's well worth it because the collection it has been so popular among researchers and it's really a collection of that document a very important turning point american history he thought that the collection would be worth converting beat these pictures news of henry document into text that could copied and pasted and searched for the cause as attracted some two thousand volunteers from around the world vive and so it will likely take a couple of years to complete kendall bule wbz newsradio 1030 now we'll check business news but in two minutes on wbz.

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"tom blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A seventhgrader at derby academy in heggem bc news time 511 time for us to head to the com sports studio on chris faunal moisture good morning to you josh as we all know by now the eagles are the world champions philly outlasted new england last night in super bowl fifty to forty one thirty three captured the city's first title in any major sport and more than a decade and the eagles first title since 1960 make falls was named mvp of the game after a twenty eight for 43 performance good for three hundred seventy three yards and three touchdowns thought that he outplayed tom blake tom brady who became the first q b2 eclipse five hundred yards passing in any nfl postseason game but the gains biggest play was stripped sec of brady late in the fourth dave philly the ball in new england territory and led to an insurance field goal by jake elliot the play we will see over and over however on replay the first touchdown reception in super bowl history by a quarterback caught by fold on fourth down thirty eight seconds left to go in the first half a play the eagles have apparently been sitting on for awhile nurse something we've been working on and doug an hour talking as just run it was a good time and the end was a little wider than i thought so was like i really need to sell like i'm not doing anything and work workday did in the eagles are jams elsewhere in the nfl sad news in indianapolis were colts linebacker edwin jackson was killed early yesterday morning hit by a suspected drunk driver and the celtics victorious yesterday at home against portland 97 96 chris pharma wbz sports career forward with downloaded mel free and wbz 1030 dot com wbz.

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"tom blake" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"tom blake" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"At a protest you can get re legal back in the game to replace sufi i want simply to pick up his third personally or with one four you'll have to play in the half near sites iraq into the corner for kuito dr based like it's a backup daijiro jerk no good on the layup though and rebound grabbed by pistorious across at puerto dr man is tied up on the drive and be a foul on blake bird the second tom blake birds fall river elay for the separate stories to the line for the one in one is the seventh seed fouls charles unbalanced they both check in to replace burger and west ball broke with those two in west while already were too first free throw no good purpose story as we can't get the second one a christian kunz as the reebok stories just two points both of those from the free throw line near site kunz now around his screen picked up by lenin his past the charles knocked away out balanced pj all they trying to jump the route and go the other way with it said shane will keep the basketball 23 on the shot clock 116 limped the play thirty four 26 are score on the bowler insurance scoreboard fan with the lead over west forego cuts across half court passes the foreign soccer balls that backed the coolest west further back you amanda man defense now they arkanes not the kunz far side task force their markets tipped away picked up by charles the ball stay his shot blocked by holidays second block of the game now how they get to the head to the paid is a paid in transition can't convert per cubic includes picked up a personal i'll be the second personal christian kilts will be better the paid it to the free throw line to shoot too got make wanted to get one here if you're the pain missed the first actually double bonus that was the eighth seed fell is there was a shooting fouls adds wise appeared at the line here for to miss the first one second was up in that.

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