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"tony little" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Mean that time was golden we were we were generating a massive amount of sales for thousand bucks a day I began doing radio midnight to three. Am that was my original slot for years Great Yeah Yeah and you just go do it you have an opportunity to go try that. Shit showers discovery sitting when national network was alive in six hours on national before I think it's speed two hours a day on lifespan at one am to three A. M on lifetime. But then I started doing this all around the world. So I went to Sky Channel Rupert Murdoch it's guy went to I went to the candidate family Sweden. The MARCUCCI family in Italy, which became super channel and I just started going started going to the film Cannes film. Festival every year starting in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety had a little ten foot by ten for booth. It said we pay you to run ARDIDEN charts and they're like, wait a minute. We're here to buy programming. How can you pay us around our jars and said we have a kitchen joe, and at the end of the show, we show you the the walk and the knives we were using during the show. So we're GONNA pay a percentage of those sales and they're like, when can you start? All we had to do we re dubbing Tony Little Jack Lane, George Foreman Billy mays into dozens of languages, all around the world, and this was in nineteen ninety that I did that. By ninety five, we were doing five, hundred, million dollars a year investment. So there's sort of a bigger big interesting topic here. One is. How does someone learn to? Identify and perceive opportunities out there. And? It seems to me maybe this is overly harsh. But that the current sort of millennial. Generation doesn't think this way or doesn't know about this or we've done something wrong in terms of how we educate them sort of two separate topics. Let's address the how do you identify these things I? Yeah. So I mean the good news is now having been a shark shark tank can continue to. I haven't shot a new show in about eight or nine years, but I get one, hundred, fifty increase a week from on deals show that six, hundred, a month and so. So, the I say to me bull if if you're if you're an investor and you only have five deals to look at. Hopefully one of those is going to be a good one because that's a small pot be analyzing. If you're looking at one hundred and fifty a month, it's now you gotta put the systems in place to filter the ones that don't make sense and ones you should focus on because you get bogged down talking to many people that there's no shot. So we have an instant kind of. We have a checklist things we asked people and and we want an Aryan business you have prototypes and it's not just products. But if we're probably seventy eighty percents huge towards product. So and basically what we look for is, is there any tasks anywhere have you been on in a cab long been on a shopping channel? Have you run any ads? Have you know I tried to get the holy grail in this world and you've got a project theraworx addicted I've seen running pretty well, pretty successful is getting to the customer acquisition cost right and that's what we need to focus on because when we did like the Tony Little advice later. It was a thirty dollar product, but we were getting an eight dollar customer acquisition costs and I was able to sell eighty thousand pieces a week for awhile. Okay and so it's you know. If you can. If you've got good media, good customer acquisition cost and the other thing that we look at is how do we increase the lifetime value and? theraworx kind of. Has a good opportunity because it's continuity whereas know when I'm showering the Tony Little Gazelle or whatever only want one right some people would buy you know to juicers may be. You know generally it's it's it's a one shot deal. So in hindsight I, look at my industry and I say great rancor and Bill Duffy beauty guys. They would've smartest guys in the business because they could get that cusp transition costs hold Dan. But then that average lifetime value is going to be three, four, hundred dollars. So I focused on gadgets and. I did very well. So I I, look back in a shea the only thing that could be smarter would be putting people on continuity things sooner because we started putting Tony Little customers on. Weight loss and metabolic boosters, protein shakes or something. So we could achieve continuity relationship and Tony has been very powerful like. He's a big seller of a bison. Products Burgers Dogs Jerky because people go on auto share. So it's you know there's different things that I learned, but I became sort of the gadget guy kitchen products, hardware products, dual saw drills, and saws and mixers, and blenders walks and grills whatever and had a lot of fun with it and still doing I'm doing products but. My businesses more for a little bit over the years. Now seems like one opportunity would be just a cull through the castoffs from your organization this probably stuff in there for somebody. Our friends at Green Chef Green Chef lets you choose a wide array of easy to follow lifestyles with select organic ingredients and they are beautiful.
Interview with Ann Bingham
"Everybody to another exciting Becky Tony marketing podcast. My name is Tony and I am your host for those of you that do not know who I am or what I do. I show home-based business owners how to leverage technology to grow your business online using the power of the internet and social media page. If you have a business and you want more exposure you are in the right spot. We are back with another exciting guessed. Her name is Anne Bingham. She has a couple different businesses and she is here today to talk about those so everybody welcome and Bingham to the show and are you there? I am hi there. Hi Ann. How are you today? I'm great. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Thank you for making wage. Time I know things are kind of crazy they are but you know what? I always love to chatting with you. And so yeah, I'm just really happy to be here. Yeah. I'm excited to have Ian while before we get into the juicy stuff about your business and who you are and all that. I'd like to know what I'm sure the audience would like to know a little bit about you as a person. Can you elaborate a little bit Yeah, so I am I'm a mom. I have two amazing grown children. So yes, those of you who have younger kids and teenagers. I promise you it is every bit worth it is there is life on the outside and and it's pretty spectacular on the other side. I've been married to my husband Rob for twenty-seven years. We've been together for thirty years and we met in college and we've been really dead. Just have the that marriage that you know makes everybody ill we still like to spend time together hold hands and you know, all of those just wonderful things. I don't really know how we do it. But it's it's a great relationship. He's my very best friend in the world. We live in South Saint Louis. We live just a couple of blocks away from Soulard in a historic house a hundred and thirty years old and with our Pitbull our kids are by-and-large moved out. My daughter has a nice place. My son is in his last semester at Rolla and yes, we live with our rescued Pitbull and we lived about a mile and a half or so from the neighborhood that I grew up in. So I think that's my life in a in a snapshot right now outside of work wage. Um, and yeah, then the work side is I'm currently a I guess the easiest way to say it is I am a full-time yoga instructor and freelance Adventurer I guess is the easiest way to say it started doing that when I retired from being a preschool director and teacher I did that for about 30 years and gave that up because of a chronic illness. So that's kind of what landed me where I am now awesome. Well, let's talk a little bit about yoga is yeah some people like to do yoga has some health benefits. I guess. My first question to you man is with covideo around are you offering virtual class? I am yeah, so there's so covid has changed a lot about the way that we exercise and the way that we met a lot of things right and so I do virtual classes, but the way that I do them is a bit different. So I do see two things and one is I do private sessions for for folks individually online. And the other thing that I do is I do a kids class on Thursdays and Fridays because one of the things that we know is that Covetous really hitting our kids in a very really unprecedented Thursday. So the reason that I'm doing online classes like this is because when you're doing a there's lots off Studios out there right now that are doing online classes, but when you're doing that you're in effect watching an instructor and you're not really getting a great deal of feedback from that instructor on how you are holding a pose or how you were moving your body and that can provide some problems. If you're not if you're not doing a pose in the proper form you can end up getting injured you might find yourself in a class. That's maybe not appropriate for you. It might be too easy. It might be too hard and so doing a class with me individually. First of all, there's a little humor to it. Like it's just you and me wage. It's just like two people hanging out and then we personalize absolutely everything to you so that I can actually see what you're doing. And I can say, you know, maybe move your foot a little bit further to the left or to the right or if that feels like it's not feeling good. Then let's use a block or something like that. Maybe make that feel a little bit better for your body and give you what you need. So that's why we're doing those personal sessions rather than kind of group sessions.
Lost Bob Dylan Interviews Surface at Boston Auction House
"Long lost interviews with Bob Dylan of surface at a Boston auction house, and they contain some surprising new insights about the singer songwriter Taylor. Transcripts of the 1971 interviews with the late American Blues artist Tony Glover reveal that Dylan had anti Semitism on his mind when he changed his name. They also show he wrote. Lay Lady Lay for singer and actress Barbara Streisand. Really Would have thought it would have been about something like Rita Coolidge. He also discussed how he famously went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, saying it was a strange night. Yeah, Wass, Okay. Yeah, it
Atlanta - Trump supporters rally in Georgia as Biden visits
"Voters went head to head when a group of Trump supporters showed up at a Joe Biden rally. We're going to have It's a parking lot divided by the political passion on display here outside FDR is Little White House spied in supporter Ow! Mika born here, and I just want to make a part of this history. Let's go, buddy, standing next to the biting folks, an equal number of Trump supporters like Tony from Columbus, carrying large signs and lots of American flags. I think Joe in the Democratic Party are going to head straight to socialism. Robyn
New York City Transit workers to get COVID tests at subway yards, bus depots
"Will will be be able able to to get get tested tested for for Corona Corona virus virus and and bus bus depots depots and and train train yards yards across across the the city. city. It's It's a a first first widespread widespread virus virus testing testing in in the the empty empty workplace workplace Chairman Chairman Pant Pant boy says. For Brooklyn bus depots and two of the biggest subway yards will get their own testing sites. Look, the goal of this is to minimize public health risk to our employees first into our customers. The goal is to have as few infections is possible roving test sites and a partnership with North Well help will make over 19 testing available to all employees. T. W You, Local president Tony you Tano. And I'm going to suggest that every one of my members you need toe wear your mass of the test will be voluntary using nasal swabs with the results back in 24 to 48 hours. Al
Woman shot by Waukegan police north of Chicago speaks out, family lawyer demands criminal investigation
"Car crash. And then a police officer open fire told him. Please don't shoot. I have a baby. We have a baby. Wait. Don't want to die. Stinnett was killed. Police have said no weapon was found in the couple's car and that the officer said he opened fire because the car was moving toward him. And he feared for his life. This officer should undergo a very serious criminal investigation has to know why he shot Tony Roman Uchi is one of the attorneys for to Pharrell Williams and her family. The underlying reason is race. The officer was fired just a few days. He's after the incident last week. Steve
Lost Bob Dylan Interviews Surface at Boston Auction House
"The subject of one of Bob Dylan's most famous songs on that would be one. Barbara Streisand. No, we don't know why or what, if any relationship they ever had, and we're not sure. Serious Bob Dylan Wass and the serious interview. In fact, we don't really know the context. Transcripts of a Siri's of interviews Dylan did back in 1971 with American blues artist Tony Glover have surfaced at a Boston auction house in those interviews. Dylan revealed he changed his name from Robert Zimmerman because he worried about anti Semitism and that he wrote Lay Lady Lay four. Streisand. Dylan was close friends with Glover, who died last year. Glover's window widow that is put up the documents for auction. Lay Lady Lay was originally said to have been written for the 1969 Oscar winning movie. Midnight Cowboy. Winston's tie made 55
Virus pushes twin cities El Paso and Juarez to the brink
"A key battleground state Wisconsin broke records Tuesday for the number of coronavirus cases and deaths Wisconsin's chief medical examiner Dr Ryan Westergaard says the previous records were set just about a week ago it's a nightmare scenario frankly that this could get quite a bit worse in the next several weeks or months before it gets better health secretary designate Andrea palm says significant action needs to be taken we all need to stay home do not interact with people that you do not live with several months ago the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down governor Tony Evers formal stay at home order if people stay at home we can call it whatever I call it saving life Iverson is pleading with people in Wisconsin to voluntarily shelter in place I'm at Donahue
Judge denies DOJ effort to end E. Jean Carroll defamation suit against Trump
"President has lost around in court over a lawsuit. Fox's Tanya J. Powers reports U. S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan denied a request by President Trump that he be replaced does the defendant in a lawsuit by a woman who says he raped her in a New York City Department store in the 19 nineties? The Justice Department had argued that the United States and by extension US taxpayers should replace President Trump as the defendant In that lawsuit, filed by columnist E. Jean Carel Judge Kaplan ruled that the president is quote not an employee of the United States and is not covered by a law that protects federal employees from being sued individually. The The judge judge judge said, said, said, even even even if if if it it it had had had covered covered covered him, him, him, the the the president's president's president's denials denials denials of of of the the the allegations allegations allegations would would would not not not have have have been been been quote quote quote within within within the the the scope scope scope of of of his his his employment employment employment
Dodgers 1 win from title after 32 years and more than $3.6B
"It's easy to let your mind wander when your team is one win away from a World Series championship especially when the team hasn't won one since nineteen eighty eight Dodgers manager Dave Roberts was trying to keep that notion out of his mind as he prepared his team yesterday for game six against the rays when it does enter I quickly dismissed it and I'm kind of just it is human nature but I I just really don't let my mind go there Roberts is using Tony Gosselin to star game six tonight against ray's hurler Blake Snell Gosselin lasted just an inning and a third in game two against now but Robert says he's willing to stay with them a lot longer this time I'm Dave Ferrie
Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6
"Type Game sixes tomorrow. The Los Angeles Dodgers one game away from clinching their first World Series title since 1988. They hold a three games to lead over the Tampa Bay Rays. Lakes now taking the mound for the Rays. Dodgers, countering with Tony Gone
Los Angeles Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6
"No World Series game on the schedule tonight with Game six tomorrow as Los Angeles Dodgers are one game away from clinching their first World Series title since 1988 holding a three games to two lead. Over the Tampa Bay Rays. Lake smell takes the mound for the Rays. Will the Dodgers counter with Tony Gone silent
Will Antonio Brown Be A Good Fit For The Buccaneers?
"Right. So back to Bruce Arians. Antonio Brown thing. So I this is Tom Brady's team one hundred percent and so much for that in the beginning of the season where Bruce Arians cold out Tom Brady, at quarterback gotta make better throws Baba. Bruce Arians going out. Tom Brady since then Tom Brady has asserted his dominance on that team and he just basically does whatever he wants and then Bruce Arians lies to cover for him. So the first lie was the amount downs that did tom no, the amount of downs Brazil's yeah. Yeah, he knew. It enough I mean for crying out loud. He knew he didn't know. He thought it was there was another down was fourth-down is incomplete pass turnover on downs lie now this whole thing with Antonio Brown he goes Tom had quote Tom had nothing to do with this. This is something me and Jason. Jason Light the general manager have been working on for some time bull crap that's not the case. Dominant Tony Brown got close. He was with the Patriots they maintained the friendship. Tom Brady was going to get him to Tampa was the last thing that he did. Bruce Arians hate to Antonio Brown don't even look back to what he said in. March you can look back to their relationship when they were together for a little bit in Pittsburgh I mean, he can't stand the guy it's well documented. Guy Not only. Did he say they didn't have room back in March on TIKI and Tierney said not fit for their locker room because he can't stand him thinks he's a bad guy like legit bad guy Bob Dwyer bad guy but like shit. Okay you know I mean you look back and you see those instagram lives at that time and time has passed sort of forgotten about it but his behavior in that thing, he should not be employed by an NFL. Shouldn't the way he talked to the mother of his children in front of his children the way that he was disrespecting the police officers who just showed up doing their job because they were called there to check on what was going on they never got aggressive with him. They never did anything to him. That were just there. Sir, this is what's going on and he's just. All sorts of names and cursing did throw a rock or something need that delivery driver ended up assaulting guys a maniac. You should not be in the NFL and it's all because of Tom Brady and Bruce Arians if he was up to him. And I don't know about what the general manager things up to Bruce, Arians there's no way Antonio Brown would screw this thing. You know what I think Bruce Arians should run for office. He'd fit in higher. Because he the lies. One hundred percent right in man. Almost what I said back at bars just listen to what I'm saying now, and by the way he also says that he went to the players on the team and ask the players on the team they want Antonio. Brown. In their locker room and he said that all the players said yes. So. You can say whatever you want he he was asking the players. Okay fine. But he didn't want it and it wasn't something that him and Jason Light were working on what happened was Thomson I'd like to have them here. What do you think I? Think it'd be really important. God I don't know. What that would do to the wide receiver locker room. Yeah I mean my Gavin just say i Mike Evans has essentially disappeared the last couple of weeks for the buccaneers. I know. And Godwin both sustained injuries throughout the year. So I know that's another reason why you would think that you know that Antonio Brown fit. He's just I mean. He such a wild card because I don't believe that he's mentally stable
The Grave Robbing Mobsters - burst 1
"Kind of a side story that I'd never heard before and I happened to stumble across while noodling around on the internet in my research on the Chicago outfit. Now, we're going to kind of dip back into the hole in the wall gang a little bit and in regards to the Hole in the Wall Gang. I can't remember if I've said this or not. I had bought a telephone calls back and forth and and helped a guy named Ernie d'avino get connected up with a company that was trying to do a documentary on the Hole in the Wall Gang dead. Ernie died I just found out here recently. So he and Frank cullotta. They were both in the Hole in the Wall Gang. They both claimed credit for starting the Hole in the Wall Gang and I'll tell you right now they didn't really like each other. They didn't really know each other later in life. But see Ernie never broke her knee took the hit and did some time out of that birth escaped her that night and he actually went to Tony Spilotro his trial testified that don't cilantro didn't know anything about that didn't have anything to do with it tried to help him beat that case. Of course. Tony was killed shortly after that. So I don't remember if he was actually found guilty for them all in the Wall Gang versus burglary or not. But in Jonas had no done now both Frank and Ernie or dead, but this is a little different sort of a story and I'm going to start talking about a month Hollywood movie producer man has he was born under the name of Evron go bogging but he became known as Michael Todd. He started out as a young man. He grew up up down. North central part of the United States and moved to Chicago started out in the construction business then kind of got into the film industry when he was working on soundproofing stages when this home when the pictures first changed from Silent to talking films during the Depression, they would go bankrupt but he came back in the construction business and World War Two came along during World War II just start getting into the movie business and right after World War Two probably is like more like the early fifties. He developed a new big screen film processing operation called said, I don't know if you remember Center. Am I remember probably when I was in late grade school, it came out with these huge big screen Productions that were Cinerama. They were mainly web application and had the Big Sky country as a background. He broke off from the company that develops Cinerama, which he had been involved with and developed another widescreen film process wage. Became known as tadeo. And that was immensely popular his I think his first success with that was a film version of the real popular. Musical, Oklahoma. I'll try to sing Oklahoma for you, but it would not sound good. Just remember they spell out. Okay l a h o m a Oklahoma. Okay. That's the extent of my saying folks his next big hit was Around the World in Eighty Days and I remember seeing that I think of it as a freshman in high school or something. It was a huge big production that a lot of fun. It was a comedy and won an Academy Award for the best picture in 1957, but in the very next year 1958 Michael Todd at the very peak of his success, he'd won an Academy Award. He was going all around the country. He was getting all kinds of offers and he was it was going from one part of the country to the other. I can't remember exactly page where it was a small private plane and it was killed in an airplane crash at this point in time. He was also married to the most popular and what some would say the most beautiful actress in Hollywood Elizabeth Taylor dead. That the peak of her career in the fifties. They lived Hollywood Legend through huge big parties. They lived on a lavish scale. He left a huge big estate after he died in this airplane Christ. It was wage estimated three to five million dollars. Now that doesn't seem like so much now in 1957 325 million dollars was probably more like forty to fifty million dollars Thirty to fifty million dollars at the estate office to Elizabeth Taylor and they had a daughter together named Elizabeth Frances and wonder whatever happened Elizabeth Frances Todd, or maybe she used the name of gold bug and I don't know. I've never heard of the daughter off the other half of this state went to his son by a former marriage that Michael Todd Jr. During the years since his death and internment and they had a big funeral and Chicago and he was buried in Chicago but people started a rumor that Elizabeth Taylor as they closed the coffin down on him and put a big ten carat diamond ring that was valued at $100,000 on Thurs. Has been stronger now authorities would later say that anybody who did even a little bit of research in read the newspaper articles about the accent would figure that there probably wasn't enough left a Michael, body to put any kind of a ring on but maybe you know, I guess you might assume she just throw it in the casket with him. I don't know
Appeals court stays Wisconsin limits on gatherings
"Appeals court has put a hold on Governor Tony Evers restrictions on indoor public gatherings. Evers administration issued the order October 6 limiting indoor public gatherings across the state to 25% of the buildings, capacity or 10. People in places without an occupancy limit. The tavern League of Wisconsin immediately challenged the order in court.
Dr. Deborah Birx recommends weekly testing to curb COVID-19 spread
"Indiana. In the country can be doing to stop the spread of Corona virus, says Dr Deborah Burkes, with the White House Corona virus Task force, asking your local county and city officials to be tested weekly or teachers to be tested weekly your community college students to be tested weekly. Potentially your seniors, juniors and seniors in high school to be tested weekly, she tells 93 w. E. B C's Tony Cats doing that will make it easier to find people who may have tested positive for the virus with no symptoms. A prisoner is back in
How Will Stan Van Gundy Fit With the Pelicans?
"Was a few weeks ago in the ringer NBA show that at the very tail end of the show I recall you saying. Keep an eye out for Stan van Gundy and New Orleans and since we last spoke That came to fruition Stan Van Gundy was hired by David Griffin and the New Orleans Pelicans I think when this all started with the pelicans ouster of Alvin gentry. Through the. Face Tyler had a former relationship with David. Griffin, we talk about my Tony possibly because he had a former relationship via the Phoenix Suns with David Griffin but they do land on Stan van, Gundy as their next head coach when you saw that news come across the wire, would you think great I'm happy I think he could bring some accountability to the team in terms of how much they need it on the defensive end of the floor they were horrific. On defense this season in San Andy. Of course, infamously famously I'm not sure once said build an effing wall and that the Pelicans need to do and I look forward to see what he can do now that he's back in the NBA but by the way like he failed in Detroit because he was coach. Angie 'em now he's just a coach right and he was always a good coach. He was good basketball coach and it was one of those cautionary tales of. It is two different skill sets number one it also in many cases can be two different motivations right if I am if I am the general manager and the coach now let's say I make a poor signing or a poor usage of money will sometimes I may want to use that guy to prove that I was right about this guy right and I know that you Still get into that with with a front offices and coaches anyway, right in in everybody wants to be responsible everybody wants to be right about the move they made. But when you then you're not doing the scouting of every other team on a regular basis, I know you have scouts you're certainly not doing that with college, but it's just a very hard job to do twofold and. Another cautionary tale of taking that over I mean everybody wants that power but I think we've seen two of these guys. Now fact three of these guys. Now, all of which I think you would say were subpar to very below average in that role but. We respect them as guys that are on the sidelines as basketball coaches. That is their expertise in that is doc rivers who took on that role Tom Thibodeau who took on that role and Stan Van Gundy who took on that role and yet got hired as coaches though it didn't go well at their last stops. I mean doc better than the other two but we thought. Hires because these guys are good basketball coaches who were miscast trying to run everything for sure absolutely and ultimately it's another good opportunity for him when New Orleans area there even though they have Zion, they have ingram granted these a restricted free agent. He'll likely back matched any offer sheet or whatever This is still sort of A. Team right now that can go in many different directions depending on how David Griffin wants to build it out and I look forward to seeing the ways in which Van Gundy, Utilize Zion and the ways in which he tries to get him going off because remember you know before all the three point shooting, we've seen the last ten years or so that has. Exploded with the warriors and the rockets and all these teams shooting lot of threes, the magic, Dwight Howard at center and four shooters around him in the late two thousands with anti head coach and they went to a finals. We're going to be lost to Kobe and the Lakers The had some good run they some really strong teams and in with Williamson. With the New Orleans Pelicans, I know they want to add another they don't want to go like all small Wall. With Zion at the five all the time it's it's just went to work but I, think van Gundy's pasts and what he could do now with this roster, it's kind of exciting to think about the possibilities with the different ways in which they can use ion but most importantly though and again, this is like with all the coaching hires we talk about I am more interested in the personnel changes who they draft, who do they try to trade for? Who Do they try to sign I am WHO's coaching the team, but you know I'm excited to see if they're able to get. Zion, going and creative ways that they weren't able to do as much during the season despite his success he posted up a lot man I. WanNa see some more pick and roll with Zion I wanNA see some more creativity with him, handling the ball and running pick and roll, and that will largely come from other personnel changes that come to the roster that allow that to happen. But Hey, man SVG had success with some different types of teams in the past and I look forward to seeing what he can do here with him, and that team has a good roster they under performed badly. Made sometimes teams underperformed because you look at their roster and you go man aol have the goods like that team underperformed I. Think so too. I think of course it I mean look I mean Lonzo I think Lonzo hit one shot in the bubble well, even though they're young that defense was bad even though they had good individual defenders, they've jrue holiday one of the best perimeter guard defenders, Ingraham and Lonzo. They were good defenders of the Lakers. They were the last two years. They were good. They were not good defenders last season with New Orleans. And Zion I, mean he was horrific. He was so bad on defense. It was it was really sad to watch. This is the guy who is blocking three point shots closing out from the opposite side of the paint at Duke just a year prior, which is why people wonder how much of it was fatigue coming back but season how much of it was the injury limiting him how much of it was effort I? Don't know I don't know what it was but regardless. He stunk on defense, and all of this needs to change next season for this team to be anything that have any chance of actually getting into the playoffs it can't be all
The chief of the Sipekne’katik First Nation says the lobster fishing dispute in Nova Scotia is costing his band more than $1.5 million
"This. Is National Native News I'm Meghan Camera Imprint Tony Gonzales. Confrontations continue between indigenous and non-indigenous lobster fishermen in Nova Scotia. Canada senior police officer is defending the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Response Dan Carpet Chuck has more the MP Commissioner Brenda. Lucky says, the RCMP is fully committed to keeping the peace keeping people safe and enforcing the law. She also confirmed that additional officers have been dispatched to Nova. Scotia there have been violent confrontations, property destroyed vandalism and lobster plant burned to the ground that after indigenous fishermen. Out of season claiming it was their treaty right to fish whenever and wherever they want a right that was upheld by Canada's highest court twenty years ago that first nations had a right to fish to earn a moderate livelihood but not indigenous fishermen auto ought to stop the indigenous harvesting saying that court ruling also said the government could continue to regulate the fishery an emergency session in the. Canadian parliament earlier this week failed to find a solution to the issue of just what is a moderate livelihood the chief this having Equity First Nation Mike sack says the dispute has caused his band more than one and a half million dollars and is fishermen are being shut out of the market. Nobody will deal with us like we reach out to so many trying to move lobster. Anyone could buy with a buyer's licence and nobody will take him so. We have a at least one and a half million dollar hit through our community are we can't sell our lobster Everyone in the area has been told that they will not take care if they take lobster. They'll be they'll boycott or blackness to sack says, it will take time to rebuild relationships in the industry with people in companies who are now afraid of retaliation if they deal with the indigenous fishermen sack says, he wants those responsible to be held accountable. He's also filed an application for a court injunction aimed at any harassment of indigenous fishermen with fleet is based for National Native News I'm Dan. Carpenter. A, native American tribe in Oregon has become the first in the US to receive full authority to manage its forests Kale CC's Brian. Bull reports the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the Co Quell Tribes Indian Trust. Asset Management Plan Tuesday this grant autonomy over its ten thousand acres of trust forest land and resources a first for any of the country's five hundred and seventy four federally recognized tribes. Mark Johnston is executive director for the Co Quell Indian tribe we're. Just really excited about the opportunity to be I. WE respect the burden at that creates going I because you better do it right? You mess it up for those folks that come behind you. We know we're not going to be the only tribe that considers because of the value promise hopping perspective sovereignty or self-governance as a longstanding goal for tribes and timber is an important resource for the CO Quayle Johnston says annual revenue support, key programs including tribal healthcare and. Education for National Native News I'm Brian Bowl a federal judge ruled Thursday that he will not force the Pima County recorder to establish an early voting site in southern Arizona tribes reservation next week, and Gibson with Arizona public media has more the past Gliac he tribes sued Pima County. Recorder, F.. N.. Rodriguez. In an effort to reinstate in early voting site, her office closed in two thousand, Eighteen Jonathan D. as part of the tribes legal team, he says though this. Isn't. The result they wanted he knows tribal leaders will continue to advocate for voting opportunities in the reservation members of the we often tribe testified. I really highlighted the burdens and the obstacles that tribal members face in accessing early voting without honor closer to the reservation during the hearing the tribe argued that with lower car ownership distrust of voting by mail in higher rates of underlying conditions, and early in person voting site in the reservation would benefit its residents. For National Native News I'm Emma Gibson. I'm Megan Camera.
A Look At The Last Presidential Debate
"Last night in Nashville us, President Donald, trump, and the man who hopes to replace him former vice. President Joe Biden debated for the second and final time. In this presidential campaign, it did meet the unexacting challenging challenge Rav of being a less rigidly undignified spectacle than the previous encounter between the candidates portions of it indeed could almost have been mistaken for some sort of discussion of. Policy but did we learn anything from it and is really imaginable that it changed any minds or moved any needles on joined for a thorough examination of last night shenanigans by Monaco's news editor Chris Chumash and US election correspondent, Thomas Lewis, and Chris. First of all to you in the studio of what if anything stuck out for you this time last time it was all about the bickering and name calling what was this one about so to start. With it was simply the news is that there was no not as much and name calling as last time. Frankly I wish we could have three debates like last night's it was actually a substantive debate with quite strong policy differences exposed between the two that were interesting and it also what I what struck me was it signalled how the parties, how both parties have really shifted stances in a couple of different ways. So there was some. Interesting exchanges, for example, even on on foreign policy, which we hadn't heard before on North Korea where trump for example lauded the fact that he had met with North Korea's leader Biden was the one to say you know he would only meet with the North Korean leader if they were preconditions attached, this is a complete reversal compared to Obama and the way that Republicans tend to be the tough one saying they wouldn't meet with leaders in the past. Racism was an interesting discussion on race as well. We're both sort of showed how much the country has shifted by both sort of highlighting the fact that they actually want to be. Put to put it in one way a bit softer on on crime to to be a bit softer particularly on drug crimes things like that that you know in the nineties the US took a very tough stance on and put a lot of black Americans behind bars both sort of highlighted their software. Abilities here in order in order to to cater to that to confront racism in the country. So there are some interesting policy shifts that I found in. Thomas what do you ascribe that difference in tone of this debate to worthy to candidates president trump in particular I guess. Taking a deliberately different approach or had they been backed into it by the changes in format? I think was the certain certainly Andrew. An element of being deliberate by Donald trump particularly because I think it's played so badly for him last time around during this railroading performance that we saw in Cleveland Ohio the start Tobe. So I think it was intentional. On his part and on Joe Biden's parts to I think the intention was to really just hammer home that the failings in the United States that moment essentially trump's fault and trying to tack every little element of it back onto the president as being unable to be an effective leader I thought Donald. Trump, was the one. Who really started coming back to his own talking points and I thought there were two or three kind of quite clear lines there I thought it was clear that Donald Trump was trying to portray himself as this kind of insurgent outsider. Once again, like we saw in twenty sixteen, which struck me as quite. Weird because he has been president for four years of course but it seemed to work for him last time and I think that's something he's not grasping for to try and cement his support within his base. We also saw him try to bring in Joe Biden's son. Hunter. Bite. and have been some fatty sort of suspicious revelations as an emails that actually many people now believe Iraqi the work of disinformation players but he brought that up several times and I, thought the. Moderator Kristen Welker ABC News She did actually pretty well to allow people to respond to the more outrageous things either candidate was saying, but she didn't let that dominates and I thought that really let the debate itself thing really. Well, let's troy rewarding the behavior. He wished to see more of our ye sensible discussion of actual policy. We have a couple of clips from the candidates they talked about immigration. This was what president trump had to say her children are brought here. By coyotes and lots a bad people cartels and they're brought here and they used to use them to get into our country. We now have a stronger borders we've ever had. We're over four hundred miles of brand new wall uc see the numbers and we let people in, but they have to come in legally and they come in through. WAS President Trump for Chris returning to basically the talking point with which he launched his campaign for president in the first place, which was the the specter of mass illegal immigration teaming over the Rio Grande is it still working for him? Well, I think that was what made this interesting because as as he say, immigration has sort of fallen down the list of priorities of concerns of Americans over particularly the last year of course for. Obvious. Reasons the economy taking taking center stage. This sort of exchange between Biden and trump was very interesting for that because it brought it back into the four reminded people perhaps of other things that have happened in Donald Trump's presidency. This clip particularly was about the fact that there are still some five hundred children that have not been able to find their parents. After having been separated at the border. So this was a very frank conversation, a challenge to Donald Trump to talk about his policy, but it was also something that he seemed unapologetic about quite happy to have this discussion because I think as you say, immigration is a topic that launched his campaign. It's been an important topic. He argues that he got the border. Under, control he did also make an interesting common that people could still come legally which I found somewhat interesting as well because it shows that perhaps even he is recognizing you know in many ways this debate, he was a little bit softer and less inflammatory in his rhetoric. Then he has been in the past he did though have also a bizarre. Remark a bit talking just about the children of the border saying, well, they're in very good conditions. They're they're in clean rooms So there's some strange. They're definitely some strange remarks within this but yes, I encourage people to listen to the immigration exchange. Well, this is what Joe Biden had to say on the same subject he's five hundred plus kids came with parents. They separated them at the border to make a disincentive to come to begin with. Bay Real. Tough. We're really strong and guess what they cannot not coyotes didn't bring them over their parents were with them they got separated from their parents. And it makes us a laughing stock in violates every notion of who we are as a nation. Tony swear eleven days out from polling date. Now, obviously, as we know, tens of millions of Americans have voted already, which makes the but the third, slightly less climactic than it may have been in previous years but they're all too contrasting visions. The candidates were trying to pitch here I mean Joe Biden to appropriate the talking point of Value Republican president is is clearly pitching the kinder gentler nation isn't he? He is absolutely and I think. They're actually was as Chris mentioned part of a section where Joe Biden really was really very well, he was interrupted a few times by Dominic shrimp, but he really kept his own and he really came across incredibly forcibly about sort of how opponent idea in principle separating telling children away from patterns at the border really is I that does plays and you say into his this idea that's. Donald. Trump is this sort of aloof man who lives in his own bubble whereas Joe Biden someone and he kept making this point over and over again he kept saying that I don't care if you vote for me if you don't vote for me blue states red state. That's not how I see the United States and I think that was quite effective. Donald trump didn't really seem to. Be He did soften lots of elements of his answers on some topics Chris alluded to but he wasn't really I'd be surprised if legions of new voters now come into Donald Trump's because of his performance last might think we've with Joe. Biden. He did paint nuanced detailed picture of of kind of this person of empathy and in the sort of different nuances in ways that that unfolds through him. And through his agenda for president so I think as you say, the fact that so many people this record number of people have voted or ready that probably does take the steam out a little bit of just how consequentialist debate was last night when we talk because he did at the start about needles moving and and big sort of campaign bombshells happening this late stage I'm not sure. It would have had affect last night, Thomas Lowest Chris show Mac. Thank you both very much for joining us.
"tony little" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"We have fourteen fights to go through to get started. I'm going to. Give. The results. Three at a time then you can chime in on what jumped out at you. Or we can skip it man here we go Tyson Nam defeated Jerome Rivera Second Round Tko stoppage Andrei you will then defeated urban rivera split. This is decision there. Randy cost the defeated journey newsom had kick Ko. Randy cost a nasty dude. That was pretty vicious. Tyson NAM is kind of like necessary. You need that type of fighter. He's one of those guys that you know he's always going to give you an fight. Probably not going to contend for at Title I don't think but he's got skills. and He's been calling out Joseph Benedetti's respectfully. But that's the way you do it. You know what I mean like if you can be Joe then all the sudden he might tap you on the shoulder and say goes where you saying something. Yeah it's a good fight for him. It would be a good victory for him. Bright. I don't know that Joseph, whatever take it, but you know he's Kinda backed into a corner. So who knows does fought everybody so he may em- He may look it as as fresh matchup or you're right he made. Dick. Around and there's he's already been already beat Alex Pres- and Banat Printed Marino I don't think those two will fight unless they really really have to. So who knows we continue Derek Minter defeated. TJ Laremy Jessica. Rose Clark defeated Sarah Alpar Cya should say minner submitted TJ Laremy first, minute submission. Getting. Joke Jessica Rose Clark. defeated Rose Alpar twice actually row Sarah Alpar with an legally and then she came back and did a Tko. Let a whole mess that will get into, and of course, Myra Ueno Silva defeated Mara Romero Baramulla. Via submission are bar. What did he do that Brian Eddie Garcia well. What can you say I mean? Obviously we need to jump to this Jessica Rose Clark. Fight. That was a down. That was very, very vicious. homegirl is getting married in three weeks to. Oh. Yeah Yeah I know the one I think but you know I've been seeing like a lot of fighters like hooker member damn again, hooker away had a hell of a fight but he was all lumped up and then a week later I think he took a picture angles. Hey, everybody we have the purple phase and then you go to the green phase where it's like that light green color. And then I think you're good but she's going to have sausage. Yeah it it it. I think pretty clear up right around that time three weeks. So she had one of those masquerades. Everybody has a mask and she like why shut maybe yeah. But look I mean. It's hard because Jessica Rose Clark did just about everything right off them take downs her striking. Phenomenal. You know that's a running game series, Dan Kieran Fitzgibbons thing fee see him pulled pads for all of people. They're all throwing that little short elbow Those knees. She is just pimping akers she looked phenomenal question is. Higher level opponent she can be able to do that. I don't know if she can do it right now. But if she just keeps improving the way she is I think she can. That's an amazing skill set that she showed that night as far as the foul goes. Jeeze it sucks because it's Chris Tony again you know sometimes I I don't know what it is. I. Don't know if it's just this sport or all sports but have you noticed these controversies just kinda come like in twos and threes for these people it comes in waves and then it goes away. You know he had a fight where I love this stoppage in even said, there you go. Folks the one and only Chris Tony Little did I know that literate later in the night would be the lonely Cristiani. because yeah, man he was on an island look. I want to say. That when when the Name Rate Sarah Alpar dropped down. And got need in the face ninety percent of this planet who was watching that fight. Had to have thought that was an illegal blow with a better view probably than Cristiano because it was off to the side right? Right. He was I know we all said the what what what what like I think we all did that deal. A version of it. And then When everybody had the luxury of three four Tan replays we noticed that. It wasn't her knees at all, but it could have inner but except your button never reached the actual canvas, the fence by the way had something to do with that. But. Regardless. The conclusion I would have came to was even of her but was just touching it. I don't think I disqualify Jessica Rose Clark because it didn't seem intentional. It's like Jessica was throwing it before. The but what landed but again, the fence was there and never landed it was legal. So here's what the controversy is. The controversy is Cristiani stops the action because he thought he saw any legal blow. Sends both ladies to their corners. While all that's happening while these checking in with Alpar. Sarah Alpar. We're all going So wh oh No No. No look. This one. You know we're all digesting that scene that were you know where the Monday morning quarterbacks seen at all. And I think. Now we and we need to see well, how's this Guy Act and the way he acted was by saying, I, never stopped the fight. I. Just realized it's not any legal shot we're going to continue, and then he walks over Jessica Rose Clark and put actually in the position where she would have been. So it's not even stood up and took him to the center. Now, the controversy is supposedly during the week there was a tweak to that rule about using instant replay during the fight not at the end of the fight and. There was a lack of communication because a lot of people, the announcers, the fighters, the referee everybody just seemed like on a different wavelength so. We put that final nail in. Tony's immediate. Confidentiality is to be banned from the sport, but he may take a few weeks off..
"tony little" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"We Kevin Harrington got mark Tim Hair Kevin was one of the original members of shark tank as well, and we'll tell you about Mark Marcus. Well, they have a book mentor, two Million Secrets of success in business relationships beyond you can pre-order it. Now, it's available coming up this Tuesday on Amazon. Good. See you guys. Can. See Again Kevin. Thank you great to be back Yeah Mentor ship. Oh. My God where the mentors and I now realize like. What a big deal I was thinking about you guys coming on and I was thinking about mentors like me I'm thinking I didn't really have any mentors and then my first mentor was younger than I was, which was Jimmy Kimmel like everyone thinks of a mentor is like the old guy who's GonNa tell the Guy Your mentor can be younger than you quite easily. Jimmy was twenty six when I met him I was just turning thirty and he mentored me hey. Absolutely. You know what's what's what's Great Adam you? You mentioned shark tank people come on Gerard tank for two reasons one they want money but oftentimes, we found find out they really want that mentorship and that connection to the shark and. The. Doors that the shark can open for them. And yes, I mean it's I've had mentors younger than me I mean in in in the world of that I started he team dv space. It's now morphed into a digital marketplace, the gurus in digital or in their twenties the mid twenties by the time they get to their thirties. May Be too old. So we've had a lot of young digital gurus mentoring by myself and and our entities over the last couple of years to Kevon work with the legendary Billy mays back in the day Oh. Yeah. Of course Tony Technique little. Gazelle. Because the. Yes and Now thinking about story you told on the take a knee I believe of like meeting Young Kim, Kardashian? Yes You tell us that story 'cause I found that story interesting. So back in the early nineties got a call from Kris Jenner and she said Hey I'm following all these fitness shows you're doing you're doing Tony Little and many other Corey Iverson if your member Corey back in the day but a lot of cool fitness stuff she said, you know. What I'd like to do a fitness, and so we we did fitness with with with Jenner's. and. We had big success of what the first product we did was a stair climbing thing that just had these little pistons and it sat on the floor what down for ninety nine dollars and it was huge. We did hundreds of millions of dollars on product than we did another show another show, and so when Kim was just starting up, she was actually a Powell hanging around with Paris Hilton and they were off running around all over the place, hip Jeff? Kris Jenner called me and said Hey Kim's over in. MIAMI. She's would love to get some projects. She's been pitching TV show. Out in the out in La but until that comes through, if it ever does, could you please? Give her some some things to do. So she had not started he up with the Kardashians yet, but they got that deal very shortly. Thereafter she told me she was dealing with with all the powers to be there. And make a long story short she came over and we're like, okay Kim what he want to do and and she's she's vowed to anything because she was in prior to that I. Don't know if you remember out of shedder store dash out in cal- calabasas and and she was a closet organizer. Okay. So she was cleaning and organizing Paris Hilton's closet and celebrities closets. That was what? What one of her business efforts before keeping up with the Kardashians. So so we gave her a steam iron sal and we we of move around and shot a lot of great footage and some of her stuff actually did end up working. Okay. was never a big hit that Tony Little and Jacklyn Elaine Billy mays had. But Kim had a knack for for pitchy you know. And so you know make a long story short at a couple of weeks later. I think she got her deal done with. With the keeping up with our dashing show and and it took off like crazy for for all of them kids if you're listening discu goal in Kim Kardashian videos and see some roadwork. So that's up there on the Internet yet. Do It on Janet doing on Daddy's computer case you got the parental control block on there. And Mark mark let's Brag about you for for a bit and then we'll get into the broader subject. What is your background? My background I'm serious Bernard and I got into being on nor to be the the father, the husband that. Put on this earth to be an all I really did create more work for myself than I have in corporate America. But along the way I figured it out I figured out that I was CEO the most valuable business in the world that happens to be my family I started running my family like a business. You can actually look up on the Indiana registered seat to Thames LLC. My youngest child has the same chairs that I do I started taking everything I learned Kevin from. From all my mentors bringing them home bringing a my best, my first instead on my last in my least, and then from that point man, the results have been extraordinarily got. Children that took the lessons from their father, the entrepreneur, the they're deploying them in the real world and so I love business I love family and I love the integration that's possible if you integrate. Yeah well, then we're going right from the Kardashians to to this concept. But. What is the concept of the? As a as a business or businesses family. Yeah. The concept is that if you're good in business, there's so many people out there that win and business and lose at home they crush it in the work they do they get crushed at home and so my philosophy is you're good at business anything Bizzaro care what it is. You could be that good at home and most people desire to be that good at home. They just aren't, and so the book we wrote Mentor Two Million starts out with me at the beginning of my driveway and I don't WanNa go. And the reason not WanNa go home are you felt bankruptcy? You screwed everything up and you're embarrassed I want to go home because I have one of the cool stays in my life. I made every decision with confidence I. One of the biggest sales in my life I. Didn't WanNa go home because they don't want the feeling to in and so what it means by having your family as a business, it means that the most viable business that you will ever own ever operate every part of maybe the going home to not the one you went to maybe start treating it that way and you start taking the things you're good at and business and applying them to your family the results. That, you get.
"tony little" Discussed on Giddy Up
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"tony little" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"tony little" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"You know it's at the end of the day. Yes. You might be part of the team the other that you are the person who has sat down at your screen looking day to interpreting with your own prism in your own sis that you built up over time trying but you ultimately have to press that button, make those decisions and make those goals and those decisions have massive financial implications are poor down we know but also psychologically, and that's that's something that's very hard help people with. Unless you unless you can show other people doing the same things and they can share those discussions and Shan't learning and champion sites. I mean we've even gotten just. A. Of the shepherd a new announcement is Tiger Woods is swing coach Chris Coma. Is joining us to talk about the psychology of sports and performance because they're very related. So lots of the key. The key kind of Finance guys deal with the psychology of investing actually deal with athletes as well because it's very similar berry grace in yet it's all about. Obviously, you know how you're performing highs level, but the assume all things that can help you make that little difference the edge that you can get everyone. Let's face is looking for an edge and out of this I mean what we're trying to give people is lots of different ways of finding their edge, whatever whatever edge they are looking for I mean there's a whole ton of new people coming in on. You. Let me have a look on the list here. So we go new people coming up pizza brands. One of the world's most famous technical analysts love Pizza Yeah Jeff's show but he works with Jeff Gum like. Double Line yes. Steve diggle WHO's been real vision the policies a really really interesting person. For Ed Mizrahi from Goldman, who runs an emerging market hedge fund is to teach investing intervention markets, which is a very different game. Here is back Tommy and Jason. Tony Grid. Mark Ritchie the seconds and even your brother-in-law Tony Crab talk about Tony Little. Bit. Attorney. Restricting that he's my brother because he's good looking and toll and smarts and very successful peace noticed. Let's racer. Now thank you. Thank you for that later but you're right now the thing about Tony is he's a business psychologist. He was with Disney with Microsoft with news talk with all the big brands around the world and what he's.
"tony little" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
"Wouldn't how big the building take written now. Got To keep them safe body morning. Everybody is the past Kaos. Show hands together. y'All today is a beautiful day. Today is a beautiful day guys. Today's another reminder that we are blessed to be on this planet another day above the Earth. y'All I hope you guys are having a marvellous and wonderful Monday because we're GONNA get into into a today but I did a live video yesterday talking about the recent news. That's been happening in regard someone we we all loved and cherished in respected. So of course. We're going to talk about that here in a little bit. But I'm hoping you guys are having a fantastic and marvelous Monday. I'm still oh kind of I'm still trying to get. I'm still processing a lot of things right now. I know a lot of people I know the whole world actually the whole world. I know the whole world is trying to process the news right now and I gotta be honest. I'm still I'm still really really shocked. My head is still still reeling. It feels like I lost someone close. You know of course when I say that I'm talking about NBA Hall of Famer Legend. Kobe Bryant passed away yesterday at the age of forty one due to a heloc helicopter crash in calabasas California with his daughter. GEE-GEE IF I'm correct G AG or Jonah. Yes both Jonah. Or gee-gee or Mamba Sita. Because obviously he was the Black Mamba and I know. There's a lot of people out there that are still discounted wrapping their minds around it and I'm telling you we're all holding. We are here to hold your hands today and guide you through such terrible and and such a horrible situation that happened and Mike. I said everybody in the room is still like we just talked about it before we get started today. And I'll say you. A lot of us are still wrapping our minds around this and like I said you're not alone in regards to the situation because it is terrible. Terrible terrible news and He was a really amazing human being and he was about to start his second chapter in his life after retiring from the envy. NBA Obviously Being Lakers. You know a a Lakers man for a long long time breaking records and all that and Now he went on to write children's books. He did a animated short film. That won an Oscar. So not only. Did this man win championships. But he also won an Oscar as well. I mean this man was starting to open up a new chapter in his life and become even more multifaceted and it's such a tragedy that we lost all such a such an iconic person and of course his daughter as well and of course on top of that I want to say this to we did lose also also a lot of other people that were that were in that crashes. Well so of course our how our hearts and minds go out to everyone that that was touched and affected by this crash and that's beyond just the Bryant family you know so anyway I gotta go around the room because we do have a lot of marvelous arvydas people here on this marvelous Monday Lucas in the booth. What's good man? What's up guys? I'm kinda feeling the sadness like everybody else's I mean can you really don't need to be you. Don't need to be a baseball fan. The no the impact. Kobe hat on this world on court off the court. I mean it goes simply down to like meeting up. He was the most. Let's talk about athlete like not even arguably he was the most talked-about athlete gone up. Simply just just shooting in the trash. What does it say coby coby? Everyone did that. Everyone do her still do and people are still going to do it. It's just it's heartbreaking. It's absolutely heartbreaking. And I and I don't know why this one it affects me so much. I don't know how I don't know why it's hitting me so much but it really really. It feels like I lost a brother. You know like a loved one. You know what I'm Sane Lydia. How you doing man? Hey I'm doing good. You know uh-huh same like everybody else heavy-hearted It's been hard for me ever since I've found out yesterday. I must admit I did shed. It's here When I first learned even though I'm not some big basketball fan I was I was a Kobe Fan. Though you know there's certain certain certain right. What bigger than basketball in? Kobe was one of those people who kind of defied the walls of just the game he transcended that and then when I learned about his daughter being on the flight as well as a mom and a wife I just immediately thought about Vanessa and what it my heart just broke broke for her and it's still breaking her. When I just think in all the pictures you see of Communities Daughter and him coaching her and the relationship that they all had in the family together other heavy on weighing on my heart? You know It definitely makes me more grateful for every second half breathing. I mean every moment hugged my daughter. Extra hard you know just families everything in so in these moments I think while we do grieving while we are mourning and I thought about like just like you said the other families on the plane there was a whole family of father a wife and daughter. Then there's two sisters it's it's just a lot you know and so it just makes me say thank you God for being here and every breath I take means something no and we. We can't forget. Forget that so but other than that. I've had I had a great weekend. You know enjoyed time with my family. That's always good time off. Yeah Yeah now here. We are heavy Monday heavy Monday. But you know here. It is though we're here to lift your spirits up. Obviously we're not only here to sit here and talk about the grief of a loss. We also are here to celebrate life as well. You know what I mean but I mean of course we go before we jump all the way into that Jack. Jackie bunny heard how you doing on my brother. He's in the house. I'm here. Yeah I am saddened by all the news it's It's really rough losing legends Latino but otherwise coming here Tony Little earlier. I had a big mason jar full of coffee. mm-hmm and I was prepped. For getting into conversation to get little caffeine going And hit that turn onto Hampton Mason Jar win right on. It's no quickly. Why why? Why a Mason Jar you know borough why I didn't grab like the travel mug because it wasn't hot coffee was called coffee? Cold brew makes so and it makes the difference though the glass was going to be hot. No NAH burning. Why would you do that? Whole Ole brew like moment even still and also invasion jars like? I mean you need something that you can sip out of with the LID and the car but some of our fit into our cupholder and I think that I just grabbed the wrong size obviously and now. My Front passenger seat is currently soaking in a mix of coffee and OATMEAL. Oh and I guess. The question is does oatmeal spoil like like normal milk. Doesn't I wish least my seat because that's going to be bad. I mean you're ready going to have to deal with coffee smell which I hate but if you love coffee so you probably like that. I don't think OATMEAL OATMEAL. Ke- Spoil Psych Wrangler milk. Though I really think it's going to be nasty I just have a field day our day three or go to pick something smells like somebody died in like fish with somebody. You know what I'm saying. I mean nasty em. I'm Kinda distracted by that right now. He's like the whole anything. uh-huh it's festering shampoo my see. I'm crying over spilt milk. It's literally well. Yeah Yeah you are literally crying over spilt. I'm sorry that's happening to you man. I mean you know it's cold world up their brew out there but you you know we were obviously here to talk about other things other than just the the tragedy Detroit of a mason jar filled of cold brew Coffee Eh. which by the way why? I'm just saying like why would jack. I could see that. Stand you with a Mason.
"tony little" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Bullet while playing basketball outside the basically park houses in Jamaica last month police say her death does not appear to be linked to the death of our custom checking accu weather blustery chilly this evening clearing skies overnight with a low of thirty four in the city down to the upper twenties in the suburbs tomorrow morning sun giving way to some clouds in the afternoon high forty seven it's forty nine degrees still some light rain humidity eighty six percent winds west at ten repeating the current temperature forty nine heading down to thirty four wins news time three oh five the death of a baby in Brooklyn this week has been ruled a homicide the family well known and well liked here at five sixty Winthrop street and it seems everyone knew little eighteen Joe yet and knew that he died last Tuesday morning especially at the age at that age right this is an S. and it hurts a double blow for folks like Tony little Layton's death now ruled a homicide I mean only a person is sick in the mind would try to hurt is one year old child I can't imagine writing my four year old police are still investigating and yet to make an arrest al Jones ten ten wins in east Flatbush Brooklyn when's news time three oh six president trump has been meeting this afternoon with vaping industry officials at the White House see what can be done to prevent the recent deaths and illnesses related to vaping the.
"tony little" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Travel this is made right here in the USA shows up discreetly and how hard is GonNa make their Dick Roofs. Call my God rot well. I can't can't say that extremely are you'll get a boner would be able to fill that gap then anyway. Well I mean listen you. You almost said rock hard and I think that's appropriate. Considering what's happening later today. Kristie Hemi name. We'll talk about much here. On the show is there that's got to be one of the more interesting stories the history of professional wrestling how she came in and what else she was able to do and I don't know I'm sort of fascinated with her story. What do you what do you want to share with us about Christie himmy. God you know I worked with Christy a little bit while she was there and Christie was someone who really wanted it. Didn't she wanted to be Shawna diva. She wanted to work. She wanted to to learn it and then I worked with Christy at TNA when Christie was the host for a lot of the stuff. I always found Christie to be really pleasant nice but I didn't didn't deal with her that much at least on the WWe Ron Paul all this is fascinating to me how she comes in. I mean this is a a lady who wins the diva search and then before you knew it she's on the creative team for TNA like what does fascinating individual hopefully we get to do a deep dive on her some other time and well. She's certainly a quote machine with that. We should also say that. this voting that's happening with the fans has a disclaimer on the website. WWW this is WBZ sole and exclusive discretion reserves the right to change the rules method or manner fan voting and winner selection at anytime for any reason whatsoever or for no reason at all so I'm just waiting for you to tell me Was this fan voting legit Christie really win. Yes yes at this point given that this other lady apparently doesn't care about wrestling and is getting scraps. I mean you guys want to pick her anyway. Anyway right wouldn't have been my choice yeah. It just wouldn't have been my choice at all on an episode of raw as we march towards this no mercy this isn't September we see a fake commercial air right in the middle of all for the new Simon Dean character and he's touting a workout system for Lazy Americans and on the commercial is a real phone number and anybody who saw it and called it hurts hurts. Salmon Dean talk about getting in shape and meltzer would say a similar gimmick harm sorry. Wade would say a similar gimmick was used Ernest Miller and WCW touting workout video the WWF also created a folk Marshall for Buddy Rosa's blow away Diet Sam and Dean of course as Mike Bucci previously known an AC w on the indie scene Supernova or or Nova and part of the Blue World Order Stevie richards and blue meaning This is an interesting topic on this show with year in particular because in more recent years on the last ten years Mike has not always been super kind to you and shoot interviews and things like that but we'll we'll circle back around to that talk to me about the Sam and Dean Gimmick. This feels like a Tony Tony little slash body Donnas reboot working. Tell us about Salmon Dean and the hilarious name. You guys go with here. It was actually based on Jack Elaine in the old Jack Llewellyn. All the way down from his is workout. One piece jumpsuit the whole nine yards and it was a throwback. Yes Tony Little was the more modern version but everything that we did it was based on the old Jacklyn Elaine get in shape show that's why will so just kind of Hokey and old fashioned for him to go out and do do it and he just looked like a con man a look like somebody was very disingenuous and I think he was doing. He was doing some other gimmick that I just was horrible. I I don't know how else to explain it but he was doing a gimmick in Lovie oh. VW At the time and whenever anybody would bring it up and show events he was like who the fuck does this guy think he is. You know he's Ah I can't believe anything. He says he's more like you know he should be. Carson used car salesman or this or that and out of that came this character and Simon. Dane was just a flip on Dean Simon the day Malingco so on his real name. We slipped the name because I don't know for whatever you like Jack Lang Simon Dane just kind of worked and if it's time Bucci think of the character I thought he liked it it you know he it did it and as far as I know thought he always liked it talks with a little bit about the idea of putting the number on TV McEnroe recording I mean those those little details really add to it and make it fine actually a little level who would've pushed for that. Was Anybody against it and felt like maybe it was too old school or Hokey. No it was a great way to get people engaged in get them involved in the show and a number to call and you could have your little message in there but it gave people a reason to to call that number and just be engaged in it. You know you mentioned the blow a diet. Do you remember the the number for the ball away diet. I know it it was in this was okay think about this. This is how funny this is now when you look back on it because they had eight hundred numbers in those days they didn't have eight eight eight numbers just had eight hundred numbers well on the blow away die. We did eight eight eight. FA TASS TASS just call it eight F. A. T. A. S. S. Me Investor Card accepted. Why do I love that so much F. A. T. A. S. S. and that's all that's on TV and what eighty seven eighty eight Gabi nine ninety. Yeah talk to me about you. You guys are sort of working through the the look. How involved are you at the Simon Dean presentation where it slotted on raw how L. Hands on where you with all that it's far as far as the love because it was is assayed lob Jacqueline. That was what we re using is counting county the prototype so vincent would continually look at that and that's how we came up with that look you know the jumpsuit look for him and whenever he would look at the old tapes of the lane leading people okay we're GONNA do. Hey we're GONNA push off the wall right now. Folks come on get in here. I'm you gotTa do these ice. Oh metrics and Jack in his time was at a time but jack was over the top and that's what we want. Simon Dean to do was just be over the top. Hokey and he's better than you kind of incentive jacqueline embracing people and trying to help them. We just put the spin on it that Simon Dean look down on people who were out of shape and you know if you ran shape and you're a loser and who wants to be really loser when you can be like me because I'm a winner in that you know shitting grinner his so it was that look and all that that was just came from constantly looking at these old jackal lane shows annoying. That's him. Let's talk a little bit about about the the first time you hear. Hey salmon deans fucking berry. I I can actually tell you when that was a first time that I ever heard that was in a shoot interview when somebody hit me with it they they gave me the the put a bullet in Bruce. I'll take one for Tom. I'd put one in Bruce. What the fuck I ever do to this guy. I have no idea what whatever did too was. I fan on of his and Lovie. W absolutely not I didn't like the Nova character I didn't like the character. He was playing like some leather guy there. I didn't get it. I didn't care for it but I didn't know Mike Bucci for Shit and I still really yeah. I I didn't work with Mike Allot when he was Intel relations after that he didn't last long there. I don't know if somehow he thinks that it was my fault or not but I had nothing to do with that either because I didn't work with him but I have no idea I really don't don't know don't care and and you know he's never taken the time to tell me that he has an issue with me end or bring it up so I don't know it's probably some misunderstanding. Andy and is what it is. A lot of people don't like me well. Everybody loves your brother and now feels like this Thomas any you. WanNa plug has his school that he's doing right now. In knoxville yeah absolutely the J. P. Waso's Jacob Wrestling Academy in Knoxville and if you go to the J. DPW a Kademi dot com you can be trained by the guy that trained the Rock Kurt Angle all the McMahon's Mark Henry on down the line if they came through the developmental territory back in the day from roughly nineteen ninety three on on Tom had a hand in training them and I think that he's one of the best trainers in the world along with Glenn Jacobs Cain. They've got a great wrestling academy. There are Knoxville all Tennessee and it's they have sessions that sell out fast so check them out and Thomas on twitter and just check them out and it is probably really one of the best wrestling academies in the world today in yes. I am prejudice well. You're allowed to be well. Let's talk a little bit about out. this dress code. We've touched on it briefly before but Ramos Stereo Johnny the Bull Billy Kidman. They're fine for violating the dress code and the locker room isn't pleased with the fine as wrestlers were arriving in hotel at two. Am after a long drive on someone for management decided. Ah Make this an issue is there you know and the wrestlers are continuing here. It's one thing for management address them up for airline travel or they're going to be passing through through airports and saying hundreds or thousands of other you know passengers but to keep a suit and tie on while you're driving in the middle of the night does it does feel different. Did you hear about this controversy at the time and and where did you fall on it because I know that these days you dress up but back before you sold out the fucking flip flop wear and basketball short wherein fishing shirt and cap wearing dude still him but but I don't remember the guy's involved. I do remember becoming an issue and I remember it. Being from the standpoint of okay the guys is get to the hotel room and they're going to go to the gym. You expect him to wear a suit and tie to the gym and then change there in the shower and change come back. Don't so that's what got developed out of all of this and it became kind of like all right. Let's be realistic about out when you're coming to the arena. You're flying on planes and you're going to be out in the public but if you go into the gym. Ns Long Ride and you're in the car and it got relaxed a little bit after this and I I don't remember the specific situation but I do remember it coming up because guys like wait a minute man you want us in suits and ties at the hotel well. That's fine you know for Wrestlemainia. We're at a big event. It's a company hotel however if we're going to the gym am and or coming back from the gym then we're going to be in gym clothes so Vincent Vince can relate to now so you just had to make get relatable and be reasonable in it and I think that sometimes people take take rule and by God. It's going to be steadfast. This is what we're doing and how we're doing it and let me read between not real that maybe maybe McMahon wanted to change the perception within the company wanted to look a little more professional so maybe he says we need to implement address coder. He sounds off on it but then maybe an implementation and enforcement Johnny Ace Ace. Maybe takes a little too far. I well obviously if they were finding guys for that. I think it was taken a little bit too far and taken to literal so while yes in spirit should be address. Code guys should be presentable and I have no idea what the hell they were wearing or or what it was ause but in race case you know Shit. He wears a mask. How do you even alt-right but I think it was just probably taken too literal and taking a little too far. Let's talk about something else. That was taken too far on the September sixteenth episode of smackdown. There is a segment that we asked about a lot and we're finally going to talk about Jon. Heidenreich kidnaps Michael Cole out of his announcing chair and brings them back stage or locks them in a room and Han right tells Cole who had a spat with manager Paul Heyman the previous week that he had been quote watching and studying him and we all have some desires he said now alone. I'll give you what you want and he shoves Cole's face against the wall. He's crying and fear and they cut away a few minutes later. Are you ready Michael Heidenreich ass. I'm going to share something..
"tony little" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures
"Sure you do listen to reinvention radio as well because every week we sit down with amazing people from across the globe who have reinvented their lives doing such amazing things every single day speaking of people who are doing amazing things just really thrilled and honored and humbled to have this fine looking gentleman join us and I and I have to say between the glasses and the glasses Mr Kevin Harrington and leaning towards the no blass. It's a it's a it's a younger look for you. I like it. I appreciate it. Thanks great to be here and I just can't see very well but it is more reading though I could see good except reading the just yeah I was just watching just watching Zululand. Have you guys seen recently. I don't know if you've seen Kevin. Have you ever seen lander so ben Stiller right so he wanted to open up this this academy for students who don't read good so maybe maybe you would have been a founding member of that board there all right so Kevin a lot of people are familiar with you in the stuff that you've done with shark tank in in and so on but what what a lot of people may not be specifically familiar with though is how you meet the criteria for beyond eight figures so have you personally exited for a business multiple businesses etc for more than ten million do businesses that you're involved with now gross more than ten million annually really or all of the above pretty much all of the above on one of the advantages that I have in in this the analysis of what I've done. I go back to the early eighties when I first started the kind of the the business that I'm I'm in now so it's not the same company 'cause I've had a bunch of exits over the years so by I started back in nineteen in eighty four I was an entrepreneur shelling businesses and partnering kind of like a business broker selling parlors and flower shops delicatessens had a real estate license and I was taking equity in some of these deals and it's pretty sharp days right but then I was watching TV the and I was on discovery channel and all of a sudden it went dark for six hours and it was middle of the night the next day at called the cable company happening. They said there's a problem with my cable. I'm not getting anything on discovery between these hours and they said Oh. It's only an eighteen hour a day network. We don't have any any programming for six hours a day and they said forever it yeah forever okay so I said let me come down and talk you guys went down cut a deal to take those Oh six hours and start putting products into the block of time and this was nineteen eighty-four so we were doing kitchen products we did the food shaver and that ended up selling food saver was was a big head that ended up exiting. We we did Tony Little advice later and we did something uncalled pure protein Tony little on it was a protein bar that accident that was a sixty million dollar acid that deal and show so you know over the years we built a various brands some of which we exited but some of these were in the parent company so we took took the company public and I sold the company so I've sold several public companies along the board of about that at the companies right now and we're always willing to deal and just today we have an announcement made an acquisition for twenty five million dollars so go work quiring hiring. were buying reselling returning. You know it's it's it's a lot of fun and it's you know it's changed quite a bit the world of TV but I've been involved with a what a really cool brands and George Foreman Jack Lane Tony Little and Billy Bass etc etc.. No I will say this I didn't have the mentality is much thirty years ago to sell the brands as I do today because this is what every I mean when somebody like Michael Dubin for Dollar Shave Club and put a viral video out and sell that company for billion dollars to Unilever what what are the rest of her yeah. It's pretty amazing the opportunities that exist out there yeah. Thanks for the background that so let me let me ask you a question and I I know we only have you for a limited amount of time here so we're going to the nuts and bolts as quickly as we can and again appreciate the amount of time that you're giving us especially given twenty five million dollar acquisition today so I'd say you probably have a few things is going on but help us understand like how do you fit yourself into that puzzle so in a situation where you find a lane or form and or whoever and they have a product your expertise is in marketing. Obviously get your business but you're really a phenomenal marketer right. So how do you plug Doug Yourself in. What what does the deal structure looked like for those who are thinking like here's how I can plug myself and maybe I can be like a Kevin Harrington? Maybe I can do what he did. Somebody has a great product back but they they don't know how to market it. They don't know how to you know to really get sales to where they need. How did you plug yourself? Was it just I'm GonNa take twenty five percent of this company. I'm going to do one hundred percent of the you know the cost for marketing thing and like what what did what did those deals structures look like I'll go back to either. Jack Relate Tony Little and so neither one of them being. Jack didn't bring me the juicer. We had a juicer that we found at a German Drake Joe I do Brian at twenty. Five trade shows a year so I was in at the I forget the name of the trade trade show over there but there's a German house where show that I go to a lot of times we do the Chicago House where show also but Internet we do it an Asian one also but I got this juicer that had very cool patents. The juice went into one basket and the poll went into another and so we said can we get to endorse this so we went jack cut the deal with him gave him a small upfront fee and a percentage of sales and and so we own the product we own product on the brand on Jack is a paid talent Tony Little sometimes talent. We'll bring us the product but in most cases we have your product development company so we're out willing to deal at all these different laces house ratio harder show show beauty show golf show no I was at the at the PGA Golf Show Nineteen Ninety. I go by Booth Davis. Love is sitting there and he's got this medic as golf club a hinged club. I don't know if you've ever seen that or not but we we said Said Oh wow this is pretty cool. I've never done golf before so we got a deal signed. A worldwide exclusive rights and then we started hiring sorry talent to endorse the product out Geiberger and and Davis Love was already kind of involved there so that were numbered for him so hold on let me understand understand the so. Are you bringing money already rich I mean like did you already have this money just sitting around because you can't just go to discovery and say I'm GonNa take six hours and I'm I'm GonNa. I'M GONNA film this wealth inequality. Yes the question I was GONNA ask us. How did you come up with Oh? I'm going to sell products. This'll be successful people. We'll have insomnia. They're gonNA stay up at night and they loved to get stuff delivered to their house but how does not figure that out right around this time I I mentioned you. Go Go to trade shows the very first big deal for me. Was I met a mattress. I'm at that at the Philadelphia home show and and there's a guy standing there selling like crazy. There's this huge crowd around it a knife in his hand cutting through coca-cola can a hammer a a muffler alert a pair of sneakers and he's collecting thousand dollars every time he does bitch so he got on break and I get talking. It's called the Ginsu okay so I said I said to the guy. That's the most amazing pitch I've ever seen. He said you think this is glamorous. He said I do this forty weeks. A year all day long I go to on the Philadelphia home show today. Tomorrow I go to the Irish eight bear. This is grueling. I said that's when the light bulb went off. Let me film it up on that downtime undiscovered. I spent three thousand dollars filming that it generated hundreds of millions of dollars okay so I didn't have a dime when I started. I mean yeah I had I had grand but dumped. Don't those the if I'm understanding correctly back in the day. Wouldn't there be a split with the cable company or with the the county record or that sort of Wasn't there a split somehow so that one hundred percent of what was so wouldn't necessarily go to you a split it right away it works desi and belly greg rancor good friend of mine bill got the they started a few years after I did with Tony Robbins was was there first infomercial and Joan they think and grow rich Tony Robbins but so now what would I did discovery. I went to discovery and I said look downtime. It's not it's getting no income. What would you take for for the six Hour Block Day and is magazine offer that I'll give you a thousand is a box? They said okay so I signed multi year contract to away Ya thousand dollars. Now you gotta remember this was back in the eighties. They weren't it in ninety million homes. They were in ten million homes so but that's six hour block in year. Three was generating twenty eight million in dollars in sales. I had a three hundred sixty five thousand dollar media costs for that block the generated twenty million dollars and so I receive one hundred percent of the income so what I do I find the product is produced the infomercial I'd pay the talent I own the product manufacturer it imported. I then pay discovery their thousand a day and then I'm running these shows I get one hundred percent of the income I paid discovery every at pay arnold. Morris Billy mays Jack Lang so that's a cost of business was the media causing business was the product and across the business was the talent royalty and then we had the cost of credit card processing and all of that that's how we started and it's it direct to the consumer that we we own we their own the products or we partnered with people little rock's yeah. It's Great Ritchie. I know you and we only have limited. I know for sure for sure so I is quick point when you said no way to. The thousand bucks is it's not like unlike today. There's inventory that sitting there..
"tony little" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"tony little" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"And then I had the bad guy from superman to on, oh, no way, but not. Terrence stamp? No. The big guy who didn't say, wow. Because I just tweeted, people go, hey, would you come on my podcast and most like no. Really obscure bit where I would say my girlfriend and I got an argument on FaceTime, and I got so mad. I through the ipad across the room and she looked like the bad guys from superman too. In the end when they're flipping through space. No one. Got it. But I thought it was fun. Well, that's the problem with my act. All I joke about things from the eighties. Your comic? I had no idea. Well, it's like we were talking about joking about bird houses. You know, I've never heard another comic joke about that. So you would all automats had me on board like, okay, I've never heard that birdhouse bit. Yeah, apparently there's another comic birdhouse bit. I've been told. Well, I mean, I guess it's possible. There's room for two, I guess that's why joke about like a ban like rat knowing jokes about, right? Yeah, no one has rat bits. Well, I mean, it sounds like you do probably a good thing. They don't to be honest round and round. I had to say on the podcast and I've never been so star struck in my life. But he was the perfect amount of bitterness and funny how nice 'cause he got better. He's not. He's wide to see feel like a respected or well, he's, you know, he was at the top of the mountain for a while, and then you know, once the eighties Bon Jovi came on and then you know, bigger bands kind of pass them by the nirvana net whole seeing came on just crushed every ban. I was like, eighties glam rock kind of got grunge d- well, you know what, I guess early to mid nineties nice run until ninety. One. I think when the cherry pie video came out that was like the the apex, where's that girl? Man. She's she's on the podcasts. Are you kidding me? But to anyone, how low on your list was I? Oh, you are. Hi. I'm just kidding. Kill Tony. I'm like, oh, yeah, kill. That was fun. Then I wonder if he would do the podcast McKay. He's probably too busy. I'm happy to do it right into a guy that you know that knows you at the at the gym here in we who do you go to ends with an axe? Yes, where you go. I go to horse ox gym, right? Y'all plug word equinoxes. Yeah, man, you just there today? I was. I think I saw. I think he's going to be on my podcast. Oh, that's our neither one of us at my house ready to do this thing just there before it came here. So it was nice, dude. I mean, I love equinoxes. That's a great do that. Jim, first of all, it looks like x. men training camp in there. I'm like, holy shit. Everyone in near is a superhero. I feel fat when I go there. Yeah. Like I'm like, normally I'm like, I feel like I can hang in there. I'm like, man, I better step it up. These people are in amazing shape, but it's it's a phenomenal. Jim, aside from the scene of being there, like just what they have there for you to utilize. It's very clean. It's super clean. It's huge. They have every piece of equipment I've ever even heard of or seen a trainer. I worked in a gym house a trainer when no one was a trainer in New York. In New York? Yeah. What you were like? No personal trainer is not a real thing. You know, that's never going to be a thing. It'll always be like the celebrities and whoever will have trainers. No one else. Little did we know is that like, oh, now like Tony little, there's like they're everywhere. There's there's. There's forty trainers employed at that Jim alone, you know, like it's, they're all actor. It's a real job. Yeah, for sure. Yeah. They're all trying to like there's one trainer equinoxes can plug his name's Clancy. He's the the black dude with dreadlocks. He's pro-trade. There's a couple of black with dreadlocks. There isn't. There are the one might be Ricky Williams. Okay. The football player who quit the NFL because he loved marijuana so much. That is dedication. That's good..
"tony little" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Of all time or done shows. From the forties and, fifties and some other surprises from cyber law good stuff like that Let's see Tony from elmira, New York either Tony Little? Cam how. Are you I'm good what's, going on Well I own a small real, estate company and? I was. Just wondering about The, are an that would be expandable Not only have four people right now I might be I need a good CRM that's affordable came and so the customer relationship management program is so we're on the same page, and so you want, to do things like track clients. Homes. That. They've purchased things like, that along the way right correct that and you know. Do mass mailings and doing stuff that. Is so fantastic The there is a. Couple. Or. A couple out there, that you can use there's so you said four people Okay I thank you to check out one by the name of a company called Zohar z. o. h. o. k. I what I like about is that it's free okay for under ten. People Right you'd probably has some professional things that you don't need as far as invoicing time. QuickBooks. And what have you Unless of course that's something that you wanted to do but, it's, very customizable, so as a real estate professional you can put in certain fields and then be able to say like for example you know which title company that you sent that client off to. Or. Whatever that commission rate was on that particular deal because things fluctuate from from person to, person in needs needs The thing also that I like about it is, that it it's very. Extensive as far as getting into, Email marketing and being able to pull those Email addresses and you, not, having to, go through a lot of hoops and bells and whistles in order to announce that you've got a brand new exclusive listing. In a great neighborhood at a great price you follow me The other one that gets a lot of talk in I don't know if it's really worth it but it's up to. You is Salesforce Yeah and they have a they. Have a light version that you might want to look. At a thirty day free trial but it's, twenty five dollars a month per user And everything is stored in. The cloud in. The. Same thing when SoHo, but the the twenty five dollars a month if you don't pay that twenty five dollars you, don't have access to your stuff you follow me Right And so funny how that. Works you know the days of buying software off the shelf put in computer and just owning. It those are long, guide but I would take a look at mentioned the Zohar. CRM I think you'll like that it's really geared for smaller businesses such as, yourself I worked for a company. That uses Ohio ho at one time and I found that clunky found it When we did our last females we were always getting flagged as. Spam and after a while we weren't able to say. That that. Did, not work for you at all then that's that's not recent. Experience as a different company but yeah well that's really good to, know how many years ago was that To that's fairly recent then I have a family member using and she. Loves it for her practice, so that's why I. Thought maybe maybe. It's changed I don't know but, if you don't like it try that. Try that Salesforce. That There's. A slew of amount there, but when you start. Whittling down and. Negate I just went through this, for it's actually for my, sister Who's a. Doctor trying to figure out? And she's educational psychologist so she's. Not a medical doctor but Neill she is, I mean she has a doctor you know what I mean But, she. Has a lot of parents a lot of. Students a lot, of. Clients and so but I looked at Salesforce, it was a little too much. Too overwhelming and then okay Zo and that seems to be, working for now here's the deal Tony if neither one, of these workout for you I don't wanna leave you hanging. I want you to call me back or semi an Email and I'll see if I, can help, you that. Way but give them both. A shot over the weekend saying week you don't like either one call me right back.
"tony little" Discussed on KSRO
"So they don't increase at the level that you vomit administration into originally. Proposed most controversial part of this, though isn't the freezing of the levels it's taking on the state of California and their ability to set these. Limits the Trump administration argument is that it's not legal in the first place giving, California the ability to do. That is it. Legal it's basically fighting. Words now you're going to see this end up in. Court Yeah but. But California first of all I was gonna fight everything Donald Trump does Secondly I, agree why why does California. Get to tell. Me what my car. Standards have to be when I don't live in California Eight five five I mean why not have Nebraska tells what they want. Us, to have. Eight? Five five two nine five six thousand six hundred grand thanks for waiting welcome you're on the Tom Sullivan show Tom good afternoon Yes, I'm in California and I certainly agree with the approach this state is taken in mandating what we do. With, our vehicles now I, suppose my vehicles All the Tony little Honda fit with a one point five liter engine gets eight miles at. A, big old Toyota tundra Probably travel quotas on certain not to be with What's it called? The Honda what what what's, the name of it If I t I Wall how? Small is that thing I don't even. Know what it is Well But when before I, retired I was Kirk Louis Coakley a. Good sized guys on the, car pool Yeah Get great mileage. Seats, four he's four people. Comfortably Okay and you, get thirty, eight miles a gallon on that thing but see that. Wasn't that wasn't good, enough, under the new standards Oh that's a bunch of Yes yeah yeah Impulsively standards, such as crazy the market should determine. What people want, let's close vehicle. Not one legislation like I told you serve your. Marchiani little litter I go back and find it where it where he, where he said please don't. Buy this car I lose money every time. You, buy one he he made them so that he would get the government off his back so we could make the things that. People were buying you can't force people to buy something they don't. Want to. Buy they try they have a. Look at you gotta give them an a plus for. Trying for years there's been an environmental wing, that has said we want a bunch of small tiny little. Cars out there I wouldn't. Be bit surprised some of them went like to get rid, of all, cars but they but that, the, marketplace said no, the they well I love my. Love, my, people I don't, use it, regularly don't you close but, when, I leave the, whole something or co. My burglary Yeah All the. Pollen, well it's about. Time they outlawed trailers then you wouldn't have to have that big truck and we could that. Way That's the next, step outlaw all trailers more than that way more than one hundred pounds so No All up from Gone Mike becomes workless because I hold up. To, the remote well, I wanna go. I don't know. I I have I have a tesla And grant I gotta tell you I'm not doing a. Commercial, I'd never had, a car that. Was so fast. In all my life I know you speak very highly. Of I don't talk, to close Mike gravel blew. Up over the remote locations wouldn't let go I'll go to remote locations Chugging capability yeah My. Power Well they the torque on these things so they get good poll it up over. A hill but like, you said, you've got you, know you you can't get. You better have. Some better have your battery charge before you go off into the boonies because Generally with me but I'm gonna be. Burning the mustard gas, well and, that's the other, part about electric cars don't. You know they. Don't grow let Christie on trees I mean it it comes from Power generators that use primarily. Oil and gas to do that Yes so it's. Still it, gets down it's like the it's like the ethanol I mean it gets you You don't. Get the same, gas mileage, which means you've gotta drive you've got. A refill more often look at all this is political environmental desires mixed with the reality of the marketplace and when they make a car that, can get your trailer, up the hill and up remote. Wooden or a dirt road somewhere in the. Mountains then you'll buy it but otherwise you're not going to that's what they're trying. To the the market they're trying to make sure that the marketplace follows what they want and the marketplace as you remember ten. Years. Ago SUV's you might as well. Bleep me because, that's like a swear. Word in, ten years ago Now people are okay with it I. Don't know what's going on Yeah yeah, all right love my home. Cook but I don't. Blame you, I, don't blame you all right grant. I appreciate. The call very much let's? Get where are we. Going, Dale? It's been waiting patiently Hello Dale Good. Afternoon? Tom Give me. A moment here you might remember back in the seventies and eighties when they were California spec cars and central spec cars because California had set the standard right. At one point the federal. Manufacturer said both California's such, a big market we're going to manufacture everything, to California spec and that's where we're. At? Right now, right Call it the California. So Trump wants to do if if, you bring these things. Back How to keep her car I mean I. Can go several different ways for this When we have different catalytic converters. Necessary now, for what's called the s left the super Mission vehicle and you live ultra. Low emission vehicle and they're they're they're more costs Backed it up a little, bit, we would get Certainly compared to what we're gonna need to do to get me condition. Standards for the fifty four miles per, gallon cart so it's gonna make your car cheaper but has. Has a consequence of these raising the gas. Mileage we're starting to, see more three. Shoulder turbos look at. Your four four cylinder turbo we have aluminum potty she or more expensive to maintain and more, expensive to repair when, the crash, the smaller cars what, Trump is saying you know say that you know it's not. Because you you get, you get a. Small car you get. Bigger car you're, gonna die that's basically what right regardless of what, regardless of what the federal motor vehicle safety, standard saved my crash worthy and like you said it's all the cost. Additional cost to make additional cost to repair it so you get into more expensive, automobiles that are not as safe at some point and there's some someplace. Where you can calculate that on. A graph somewhere but right now they're gonna leave it. Just thirty seven I wish we had more time. I've got hit my break here but Dale thank you you're making so much more, to say I know I know that the computer catch me off in. Two seconds we'll be back the. Real world and you You're listening to Tom Sullivan.
"tony little" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Coverage from Helsinki on. C. span, radio for. The president to smoke Now the journalists. Would, have chance to. Ask two questions two sets of question is each I the Russian journalists who last question please give your affiliation Good afternoon. My name is Alex hey mesh gov Interfax information agency I. Question to President Trump during. Your recent. European tour you've mentioned. That, the implementation Of the North Stream to guess, by blind makes, Europe hostage of Russia and you suggested that you could, free Europe from this bite supplying American allergy but this cold winter actually showed that the current model current mechanism of supply of fuel to Europe is quite viable. At the same time as far as I know you had to buy even Russian, gas for Boston I have a question the implementation? Of your idea as a political tinge to it or. Is this a practical one Because there will, be a gap formed and the supply and demand mechanism, and I it's the consuming countries who will fall into this gap and the second question before the meeting with Fresno Putin you called him an adversary arrival and. Yet you expressed hope that you will be able to bring this relationship Tony little, did you manage to do this Actually I called them, a competitor, and a good competitor he is And I think the word competitor is. A compliment I think that we. Will be competing when you talk about the pipeline I'm not sure necessarily that, it's in the best interests of Germany or not but that. Was a decision, that they made will be, competing as you know the United States is now Or soon will, be but I think it actually. Is right, now the largest in, the oil and gas world so we're going to be selling LNG and. We'll have to be competing with the pipeline and I think we'll compete successfully, although there is a little advantage location so I just wish. The muck I, mean I did I discussed In pretty, strong tones but I also know. Where they're, all coming. From and They have a very close source so we'll see how that all works but we have lots of sources now in the United States is much different than it was a number. Of years ago when we weren't able to extract what, we can extract today so today we're number one in. The world at that and I think we'll, be out there competing very strongly thank you very much Yeah.
"tony little" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"News conference in. Helsinki Finland, today this. Is c. span radio President Ronin, is smoke now the journalists would. Have, chance to ask you questions two sets. Of questions each each I the Russian journalists will ask the. Question please give your affiliation Good afternoon my name, is say mesh gov Interfax information agency question. To President Trump during your. Recent European. Tour you've mentioned that, the implementation All the North Stream to gas pipeline makes Europe. Hostage of Russia and you suggested that you could free, Europe from this by supplying American allergy but this cold winter actually showed that the current model current mechanism of, supply of fuel to Europe is quite viable at. The same time as far as I know US had to buy even Russian gas, for Boston I have a question the implementation of your idea as a political tinge to it or? Is it a practical one Because there. Will be a gap formed and the supply and demand, mechanism and I it's the consumer countries who will fall into this gap and the second question before the meeting, with Fresno you called him an adversary arrival and. Yet you expressed hope that you will be able to bring this relationship Tony little, did you manage to do this Actually I called, them competitor, and a good competitor he is And I think the word competitor is. A compliment I think that we. Will be competing when you talk about the pipeline I'm not sure necessarily that, it's in the best interest of Germany or not but that. Was a decision, that they made will be, competing as you know the United States is now Or soon will, be but I think it actually. Is right, now the. Largest in the oil and gas, world so we're going to be selling LNG and, we'll have to be competing with the pipeline and I think we'll compete successfully, although there is a little advantage location so I just wish the muck I, mean I did I discussed in pretty strong tones but I. Also know where, they're all coming from and They have a very close source so we'll see how that all works out but we. Have lots of sources now in the United States is much different than it was a. Number of years ago when we, weren't able to extract what we can, extract today so today we're number. One in, the world. At that and I think we'll, be out there competing very strongly thank you very much.
"tony little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Presidents now the journalists would have chance to ask questions two sets of questions each each I. The Russian, journalists question. Please give your affiliation Good afternoon my. Name is say Mexico Interfax information agency I will question to. President Trump during your recent European tour. You've mentioned that the, immplementation Of the North Stream to gas pipeline. Makes Europe hostage of Russia and you suggested that you, could free Europe from this by supplying American allergy but this cold winter actually showed that the current model current, mechanism of supply of fuel to Europe is quite. Viable at the same. Time as far as I know US had to buy even, Russian gas for Boston I have a question the? Implementation of your idea has a political tinge to it or. Is this a practical one Because there will. Be a gap formed in the supply and demand mechanism, and I it's the consuming countries who will fall into this gap and the second question before the meeting with, President Putin you called him an adversary arrival and. Yet you expressed hope. That you will be able to bring this relationship Tony little, did you manage to do this Actually I called them a competitor and a good competitor he is and I think, the word competitor is a supplement I think that we will be, competing when you talk about the pipeline I'm not sure necessarily. That it's in, the best interests of Germany or not but that, was a decision that they made will be competing as you know the United States is. Now or soon will be but I. Think it actually is right now the largest, in the oil and gas world, so we're going to be selling allergy, we'll have to be competing with. The pipeline, and I. Think we'll compete successfully. Although, there is a little advantage location so I just. Wish the. Muck I mean I did I discussed with Michael In pretty strong tones but I. Also know, where they're. All coming from and They have a very close source so we'll see how that all works out but we have lots of sources now in the United States is much different than it was a number. Of years ago when we weren't able to extract what, we can extract today so today we're number one in. The world at that and I think we'll, be out there competing very strongly thank you very much If.