18 Burst results for "Tradenet"

"tradenet" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Look halfway decent to sell it i. It looked like shit because it didn't have any front clip on it right and i had. I kept the fender off of another car. Had sold parts car. So i put the fender on it. Which was red and i grabbed the hood. The blue hood. That's original too. My dad's car. And i threw it on the car. So from that one angle on the front. It looked like a charger. But i was out of black paint so i didn't think the fender and i didn't pay the hood. So that's what became general mayhem. You know it's a trip that's crazy. Friend of mine was like hey when they because they did. That episode was on youtube right. They have it on motor before motor trend. Yeah yeah a friend of mine was like. Hey i think one of your cars is on on youtube. And i'm like really so. I went and looked. I'm like damn that is such a trip to see. There's no arguing it's like that's the same car. That's the part left my yard. I'm so glad. I took some pictures of it before it left to otherwise who would believe me right. Well i remember the pig. You sent me that one picture of it in your yard and i was like shit. That's general ma'am general man. That's crazy. Yeah well on in person hanging out with you guys. And he said i know the guy that had general mayhem i was like whatever you're and whatever and then he says me these pictures that johnny had and i was like stoli. That's awesome so them for freiburg. Shot you out like a couple of weeks ago. It was like you know. That's that's so cool. I can't imagine how cool it is for you. But i was set layer out so we watch this stuff while i'm at work right. Whenever we have lunch. We sit down. We have lunch and we heard on roadkill or roadkill garage. Check that out there. It is so down for lunch and we watch roadkill garage today. I watch Engine masters we watch whatever's on whatever the new thing is and the a couple of weeks ago we said we turn on roadkill garage and david freiberg. I got this car from tradenet. Couple cylinder heads to guiding johnny mo car and i like freaked out in the guys. I work like what is wrong with almost but boy..

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"tradenet" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:18 min | 9 months ago

"tradenet" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"You got you got knowledge. I'm sure Russ you're very excited. So you just not listening actively which i'm certain leagues you just need to pick one name off of your. You hurt continued list to make the case for so pick one name argue for them and then we will decide as a group. If that person is going to be going in yesterday. i remember now. I'll john sobers is my number one without with a bullet with the st Right solberg right. Forget in doug chiding john and yes or no by the way i just wanna to say because this is first year that some of us have also been nominated. We're all big boys here. Nobody's gonna feelings hurt or anything like that. So i wanna hear about it after. The fact John john getting in yesterday he was on my original list. So i still say yes. The unwritten rule was that no embedded correspondents before which is why clarify the rules before nominating. Good news that means that this john inland that was you runaway. John result from rusty. And i both okay. Yeah yeah so it was. John didn't vote for himself in. Greg did not vote for him in his originalist. Okay well only by tenure. Did i put doug. And i one hundred percent agree on going into the guest hall of fame tonight. We have tim casca and we have john solberg here. It's great to have a hall of famer amongst us here which is great and now we will go over to take a name and argue for it bob. Tread neck Oh boy. I cannot believe guests. How many times. Bob tredinnick has been on the show. Wallace was the statistics sixteen. What what yes. Longest running sponsor of the show. Sixteen time sixteen times. I looked it up today. Oh crap. I can't believe anybody even in the rest of the hall of fame that we've nominated over the tens in two decades that we've nominated people have been in longer than Have been on the show. More than bob tradenet and longest running sponsor. The show continues. He and he is a quality guest every time he comes on the show. It's interesting to listen to. And i'm always excited to hear him to best us. Wow doug is one hundred percent a salesman and building value. We go to the board of decision makers john. Yes or no on bob neck. Yes all hearts old. So that's one or bob. And john is now saying bob so let's to go over to rusty. You know what. I'm gonna go out on a lynn russi. I don't think you've ever heard of trump neck correct grew jackal. Walk right atari rusty. Are you hard. Sold on doug's pitch. Yeah that's great. I mean. I didn't know he was on that much. And full of the points that he made her extremely persuasive. And then i'm hard guests product. Tim mccaskey john folder. Bob trodden neck is in and now we will go over to john. Solberg pick a name and we will see if you can argue. Well doug has set a high bar this evening. Congratulations on dunk strong. I'm a little bit off my game because of what just happened here but we'll get into that later. Hartselle my here's my. I'm gonna die on this hill. Oklahoma joe davidson only one time on this show icon in the industry which we know is not part of this equation but when he came on that show and started talking. No i've heard this name forever. I don't know what this guy is. He's got the gas station barbecue. It's you know. Oklahoma joe like but when he walked in and sat down he was the coolest calmest most comprehensive engaging well-spoken professional guests that could have ever been on this show in ever and i didn't want that interview to end. I just wanna keep going. I can't wait till he comes back. I hope he comes back. That guy is a rock star in the industry and he's a rockstar as a guest on this show. So i hope that you guys can take that into consideration all right. John bringing a solid pitch in south. We go to rusty for i. Yes or no as we revisit. The board for hall of fame guests. Yes or no rusty. I don't. I never heard the interview. And i don't i don't know if i could say yes just based off. I don't i can't say yes. No from rusty we go to doug shining. Yes or no on oklahoma joe absolutely who is on my original list. So i'm still saying yes to oklahoma joe. He sold over one million grills. He was very captivating. You know going to the oklahoma state fair in selling grills there and i. I mean it was a great interview. I i was expecting a kind of snooze interview in and it was totally. Blew me away. So he's only originalist. I'm still saying yes alright. Brings it to me. i guess damn it. I did think about. But i also came up with five others on a list. I came up with a whole bunch of other. He's he is on my secondary list. Here go ahead rusty his seat. The slaughterhouse five guy. He was part of the slaughterhouse. Five yes in jeff standi and dany way cool. That might change my folks. I love that that that love that team. That's awesome in the end. I believe the john has made completely valid points. I was captivated. i was completely enthralled. There was at least forty five minutes more of an interview that i would have liked to don with him and pulled more stuff out of him just because i know he would have shared it so i agree with you john joe timothy casca john solberg.

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"tradenet" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"On the subway going down to subway talking to me on the phone and i can hear she's talking talking and i can hear that she's moving the phone and next thing i hear ono phone then cosby back. Twenty seconds later some guy tried to snatch you. My sister's big tried to snatch the fox. She sees season sketched moves. The phone from this to this and and the guy goes forward and she like throws them out apply the stairs. Day calls me back. It's like people were. What do you think they stopped people riding in between the trains it was. Snatching chains was snatching women's purses and they would hit their heads against the i beams and die. It was a crazy time. Big shuki shaken that out of that said even by the time i was. I got to new york which is ninety five like they're certain basic things. You knew you do not sit. If you're sitting down on the subway not sit on that seat right next to the door opening because if you sit down if you sit down there and the door opening like bob said yeah listen to pot. His unfortunate mix of naive talked about how to middle class kid. He wasn't street in the previous episode. Now he's in the situation and it's just like flailing like the dudas flailing right now and the more successful career got more disastrous personalized. Got the more of this kind of troubling created. But then biggie puts out who shot ya after this happened on. The story is our recorded it in advance and everything but everybody in the world thought that about to buy. They couldn't even keep a straight face talking about the thing. That's the little caesar earlier and they're like so what happened when when big to rob is like well. I just felt really bad. The you know the kind of thing. What what what about. Who shot should do you think that was good time. Well you know. I think it was just a record. Guess yeah yeah. Yeah and i think that was a collision here of puffy and biggie. Just sort of gleefully tradenet like a regular record you know and and put it out and trying to use it to hype and saw record and then and the role of the media. This is the thing like so a episodes ago. One of the frustrations i have with his show was the fact that they did. Your tv wraps right. They're willing to give to that and deep concern. Dj's i get that but they totally underestimate and underplay the role of the source of vibe magazine of a lot of these publications that people lived and died under like you know when you got. Like the unsigned hype in the source. Or you got some five five mics. The source right. Yeah and then the five. Mike's on the source. Then you had the. What's it called. There was a controversy because mob deep was the five. And so you have that. It's in the vibe magazine. Like totally fueling the east coast west coast. I mean everyone back in the day was talking about that. And so the fact that they're making these references a little bit to the source here and there and vibe a little bit with it really deserves. Its own segment on the the source and vibe magazine. They'll ever get to it but if they never get to it just as a total disservice to the role of that those two publications play to hip hop just totally undercutting and rampages on us right. Yeah we're publish. Hi larry.

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"tradenet" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"tradenet" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"The peleton pop. The stock is up five percent in just the past week. We'll dive into that tradenet falling back. Here's a sneak. Peek at the kramer cam driven speaking with the ceo of software company. Qualcomm on the back of their results. Catch the full interview. Top of the hour on mad money or checkout shares of peleton topping the taping. Today's session the fitness company. Inking deal with the united health to offer millions of its members. Free access to peleton's fitness classes shares climbing more than six percent is that six percent ephemeral guy or is this a good thing. Yeah i don't know how to spell ephemeral but mel. What was you remember. What day Cinco de maya was. This year was may fifth this year at the check check. Why do i mentioned. Why do you mention that guy. That's a good question balance. Because that day i remember clear as day. It was an eighty nine million shared day. Stock traded down eighty one and a half. We talked about it on the show. We said this was the flash. You've been waiting for kapitula tori selling that proved to be the case can go back and look if you'd like well here at one twenty five. We're basically at a fifty percent retracement of that low and the all time high great news. The stock is obviously been on a beeline higher. But i'm inclined to take profits on this news at the one twenty five level and look for pullback into the low one hundred's dan you get hooked on the software. I mean that's that's great for the company. That's just all margin there. Yeah i think history of these sorts of deals with show that you're not gonna have billions of people signing up and using this sort of thing that's just my guess. I think there's a lot of alternatives. And i would say that guy nailed. It was at the time. Was the tread recall. The stock was careening lower. He said you buy it here in the eighties. Low eighties or so. It's rallied more than fifty percent. Since then and i'll just say one thing throw a one year at chartres. This thing looks like textbook hadn't shoulders top so for some you guys like to lean into some of those things playing for a retracement of some of that move from the may lows make some sense to me here all right coming up. We'll earnings.

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"tradenet" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Of edison boomer sizing audi boomer and geo for the second time today. Down some nfl draft for yet as it is now What are we We're halfway through more than halfway. Through the first round As the arizona cardinals just picked zaven collins linebacker tulsa when a bunch of awards as the nation's top defender. That was a little bit of a surprise. Yes but i think pick. Yeah you think. The giants are now Picking number twenty after trading down from eleven with the chicago bears pick so that that's good for the giants so that means there's going to be a number of players that the giants could look at whether it be quickly pay at a michigan defensive end caleb farley out of virginia tech a quarterback and then of course his teammate christian dera saw is an offensive tackle for from virginia tech. And then then there's the athlete and that's jalen phillips at a miami so you know one of those four players or maybe a number of those four hundred are going to be there for the giants at number twenty because you never know what's going to happen in front of them and if they want a playmaking wide receiver elisha more at out of ole miss is still on the board and he is a very very explosive player. So i know that John mara was talking about playmakers. But playmakers coming all forms shapes and sizes and play all different positions. I would think defensive and edge rusher is of paramount importance for the giants right now because they i know they're going to get a couple of their guys back. That were hurt last year. And they're hoping that maybe they strike gold with one of those guys but you can always add another one here if you like. And we're talking about the top end guys here because those guys have not been taken yet so story really the quarterback so far and of course what the local teams have done. You've seen trades by both the jets and giants the jets trading up to get elijah avera tucker the garden draft that a usc the giants trading down with the chicago. Bears wanted to go up to eleven to get justin fields. They will select number. Twenty overall. The vegas raiders. Pick as in. We're going to take just for a couple more minutes. Never going to hand it over to carton and roberts who will have that giants pick for you and live reaction with that giants pick right here on wfan so you don't wanna miss that creggan. Evan will be taken over right around ten thirty. That's when the giants will be selecting so you get their initial reaction right on the air with giants pick and with zaven. Collins selection is boomer points out going to be a number of players. they're for dave gettleman all the talk about. They've gotten never tradenet down and his entire career he made a big trade down. You hag wired another first round pick he may he may want to try down again he may do it again. You never know i mean. He feels like he can get wondered to three of the players that he wants. And maybe somebody wants You know who ninety harris the running back out out of alabama which. I think here either here travis. Atm would be great but You know for some other offense. Maybe pittsburgh in that case would love to have one of those running backs. But i will say this G you know looking at this draft board again you know it is really throwing darts because a lot of these kids didn't even play this past year and having played over five hundred days so you really have to take that into account when you're when you're picking these kids but i would say right now if i had to grade the jets i would give them an a. They got the quarterback that they wanted. They got the office of guard that they wanted. I know it's not a sexy pick. But that that is a foundational pick and the giants. I gotta get given the fact that they only had six picks coming into this draft and the eagles got in front of them and took the onto smith. They did what i thought was the right thing and they picked up four extra picks including chicago's next year's first round draft. Pick which is awesome for the new york giants. All right so we are going to will tell you what this Raiders pick is because roger goodell going up to the podium and then we are going to sign off. Take a quick break. And then craig in. Evan will join you as a special edition of carton roberts to take you through the next portion of the draft which will include the new york giants pick Roger goodell now speaking at the pony podium. It's alex leather would out of alabama tackle at alabama. So mike mayock and jon gruden going with a big tackle in round one with pick number seventeen so tomorrow morning. We'll be back on the area of the up show with alan jerry at five. Am then we'll be back at six am to break down again boomer. So all the stuff that maybe we'll just replay disc for the first hour. Then what are you. I know you and i will bow. Stay up to watch the rest of his first round. it's gonna be really interesting This leatherwood pick again and other interesting. Pick that probably benefits giants if they're going to go defense Because they'll have their picket of the defensive player that they want especially. If it's an edge rusher so things falling into place for the giants i think their trade was great and i think that the jets did great. I give them an a. And tomorrow morning when we wake up we'll take a look at all thirty two first round picks and we'll have our take on pretty much every team and look forward to doing that. Now see our morning right all right. Good night rangers lost night. Yes well aware. And i'm glad that you waited until now to bring up the baltimore. 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"tradenet" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"In bitcoin as on his usually abide three or four years. Okay so i just thought yeah. Few months will be all right. So i kinda bought his on. I didn't quite by that. The peak then held on a held on on. I did everything wrong. That someone who's trading. It will try to today. I didn't put a salvadoran. If the price went pasta start limit. I became to attach to particular crypto because a god emotionally invested in it. That crypto was extra pay on also another massive red flag about a nubia investors. If you know. Even a tiny amount abide crypto. you'll also know x. Is not really a project that a lot of people trust so as far as the rookie mistakes go. It was like a hot a big lesson. I was just taking them all off. You know but. I didn't even know that at the time on. I wish i would have just sold it to be. Honest is a total waste of money in the end and then i wound up transferring most of it to the wrong wallet on a loss it basically so adding another huge a huge known other huge mistake. So that kinda got me thinking on a thought right. What separates these people who know a lot abide crypto. And they're able to make money versus me is obviously knowledge cop. I'm not inspired this journey into reading and learning about what money is on. What crypto is because if you know what money is crypto starts to make a lot more sense on then. It just went from there annoy just by. I think that everybody should put the Do enjoy tradenet net. But that's just my inclination or proclivity. I suppose but what i do is i do some investing as well. A by index is bonds and gold. Okay on those are things that you can seek to increase. You can seek to use to increase your capital time and possibly act as a pension fund but again it all depends on your beliefs in the market oath. That was a good answer. Founded collect Waffled on there. When you say you know you went from big cogil amateur to sounds like you kind of know yourself now. If i was allowed to get involved in investment few resources like books you should read one hundred percent one hundred percent on. You've hit the nail on the head. When he asked me boy resources. I think books are the ultimate resource because of much information that is condensed into it's basically distilled knowledge from an expert on. Yeah you can watch youtube videos. But you'll never until you start reading. The book spotted emit. Your knowledge just won't be asked faceted. I think personally. I like physical books as well. 'cause what you can do is you could put posted. Send them what books. What would be a good starting gas short. So yeah One of my favorite foods. I like the physical books because you can actually put posts in. I'm a favorite book of all time. People are going to start thinking that me in this guy of some sort of business arrangement about it so much. But it's hard to own the world by andrew crag on the reason why is such good book is that it presumes that you have no knowledge beforehand of what investing is. What money is all of these things. It talks about what limited wider massive drawbacks. In keeping all your wealth in cash. Which i was one hundred percent thought person before and it talks about high. The stock market on certain investments because of cash is created and printed over time. They're inherently predisposed to go up in value and you can take advantage of this fact to multiply your wealth nava pension pot when you're older It's hard to do it safely. And he actually makes the point in this book that it's actually safer to diversify than it is to keep all your money in cash which kind of flips on his head. Why most people look at it not was mind blowing thing for me so this i'm gonna often city questions on next book. Totally co people was a five to limit your risk limit. Your upside a con. But i think you have to look over. What time for him. You want to draw profits okay so someone might come to me quit quick. Yeah get on the same periods. Nice one. I think the thing that is the problem. Is you have to have a plan for you. Go into it and you have to think to yourself over what period of time a my likely to make some money or what period of time on my expecting to draw some profit side. So let's say if you're someone who's a traitor to actually create something. I don't think a lot of people realize just time you have to spend monitoring at unsaddling. Trade lurks a new. It's basically a black hole you time on especially for a lot of a lot of people. Listening to this will be dentists. Okay unware already time per people not number of hoops we have to jump through just to be a dentist on you know when you know kind of keeping patients happy etc etc. It's very difficult to do. I think personally so. I think what you have to you have to to yourself over. What period of time. Why the draw profits. If you're not thinking about doing not in the short term it's easier to spread the risk on diversify does not make sense on. Yeah you might be the person who buys a lot of stocks. You might get very wealthy but it makes sense that makes them says. let's say let's imagine. I think big wings thing to invest in two thousand to and you come to me and say the hundred thousand and bitcoin earn thirty thousand and bitcoin and inspect your other seventy thousand across owns and stocks properties. If my inclination was right with bitcoin is gonna go up. Thousand going caches up understand. The downside risk surely means the upsides it is but then it sparked koch from the right train at the right time. You know what i mean. So you're quite right. I think bitcoin is probably gonna rally for a few months more. But the bear market that follows. Bitcoin usually draws dawn eighty percent value. So yeah i do. I do see entirely where you're coming from. I think at that point you have to a know a lot about the particular asset your investment. A no one to get which not everybody does. I'm bay also just gosh fingers a little bit because investment is a bit morvai. There's there's a risk to that nurse not agasi. Where if you if you spread it across other things than you don't have to be that involved with humana jet and that's why it can be beneficial for most people on remember. The goal is the goal is just to make money over a long enough over a certain period of time. The goal is not even to be. The best is just to be better than cash Your question. I hope it does i it does. I'd like to just dig a bit deeper into crypto james. Because until i read. I read a book called the bitcoin standard until i read. The i thought crypto was soon da. A load of bollocks basically yeah and then a read the and the whole mooney stories while ryan how it was the value of monet criminal you devalue currency etc etc and how valuable something light. Bitcoin kobe now to me. I'm one of these people soup at detail and say it's not the sort of guy who's just going to choke a hundred grand into bitcoin without knowing inside out or at least so spending lotta time now reading books watching things etcetera etcetera. I'm still incredibly wet behind. The is what i'd like you to do is just give us give us so maria first of all what. Bitcoin is why it's going up in value and then also just a bit of insight into these old coins so to speak all the coins on wafa people do in ten x hundred accede on these other coins.

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"tradenet" Discussed on The Oil

The Oil

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"tradenet" Discussed on The Oil

"It doesn't matter you don't trust them now. you yes. Venezuela's excluded from this. You have iran iraq. You have Russia folks. That are saying. Oh i'm gonna give you my bladder mirror putin limitation. Maybe i sound like you know soprano but a a my name is vodka. I just wanna fuck cut. Its foot does doing you know we're we we get. That was horrible but anyway they don't care and you and i had talked about. Just call day. They just think this week vladimir putin had talked to the prince at opec and lay can't control it. Putin does care. He has a we had talked about. I need to fact check this. The gdp of russia's energy believe was either twenty five or thirty percent. He has cash flow problems right now. Do you think he's gonna go a does darn done yet. I'm gonna hold up to what you're saying for printing when they gets you know Thirty cent gas and then they got like one dollar oil that they can make money. Come on come on man. I know and i mean a lot of this stuff that you're talking about was was moon markets that day till you price oil on monday and there was sporadic. We saw forty forty eighty one. We saw forty one thirty six. And we always money to be made swing tradenet bad boy. Saudi exports rise to five point nine seven billion barrels per day in august. So when you talk about that kind of retaking selfie for are gonna behind the scenes to continue. Okay i thought i cut you. You're doing holding your own rabbit ears up just like piano for the behind the scenes of the podcast trying to put out some content or back to saudi we. I love the saudi aramco folks. They're absolutely good management good numbers they can produce a barrel oil for under three dollars a barrel. They don't care and their exports are at five point nine seven million barrels per day in august. That is running in august in august gay. That's a lot oil and that was just under their quota but it was anyway know opec cannot keep track of everybody's quota. Well it's also it's talking about those splits to me. I'm looking at my terminal. We're down to a dollar ten that curve that that crude oil futures curve is flat because of a lot of this stuff. You're talking about well you know later on the week. We'll talk about that on another day but iraq and iran had some real hits. This week tuesdays. We tuesday might as well. Just keep on truckin on equity smart little bullish on the equities market mostly early in the trading session. We saw indices rise. Decision is and then souring stimulus. after nancy. closing and house be commuting. I just mix treasury secretary mutant house speaker. Dates blows failed to reach agreement. They come out of a meeting supposed to happen in the afternoon. And all of a sudden. No deal boom tanks. Richard finished about one hundred points lower. Considering we're up about four hundred points on the day You know and the quote was. We'll know where we are at the end of the week great. She's optimistic though. Crude oil prices up off off opec meeting which is really nice. Settlement about forty one bucks stool covered a little bit more about what that opec agreement looks like on the natural gas side. forgot to cover that yesterday We saw natural gas boom and be very bullish this whole week..

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"tradenet" Discussed on Cork Talk

Cork Talk

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Cork Talk

"And then on this vineyard, which which has similar weather, we started out with Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet franc, and Merlot, the three Bordeaux Grapes we then planet to Italian grapes Nebula and Saint Jove AC, and that was all that we planted in two, thousand, one, and then two thousand and two. We planted some white grapes. Chardonnay Chard Nell and Tradenet. And then a few years after that we try to experiment with Pino Yo and that didn't work so well, so we yanked that and we've recently yanked some temporary. Neo which which I love is a great but temper. Neo was getting a more downy mildew in North Carolina then it doesn't you know I don't know if you guys have been to? Rio region of Spain, but it's just bone dry, so the temper. Neo hasn't worked out, so we've looked at what some successful vineyards around us, and so we just planted new blocks of petite man Singh in the last couple years. Seems to be doing really well in North Carolina and a lot of folks planting it now, so some folks are ripping out Chardonnay. Replacing it with team men, saying because it does like our weather, a little bit better and produces some great wine. Yeah, talk a little bit more about Nebula, so there's very few plantings of that. We're aware of in North Carolina. So what was the decision? to plant that and how does it do a vineyard? So the reason we played nebulous? Just because it's my favorite drink to drink and you know I can't afford these hundred dollar, Baramulla, so we that's. That's why we've planted it. We. It grows actually pretty well here. It took some figuring out so like I, said we. have been in the ground for eighteen years We've learned to prune them in a different way. So where whereas most of our vineyard in most years will use spur pruning. The NEBIOLO will actually do. We came pruned that because it's more fruitful further down the CAIN we also Keep the fruit loaded on that one lower, so whereas most of our niffer albeit three or three and a half. Tons Acre. The nebula we keep it two or two and a half tons Acre seems to. Perform better there, and then there's there's a couple like little weird things, so in North Carolina soils. We were seeing a little bit of magnesium deficiency so generally mid to late June. When we when we start seeing a little magnesium deficiency, we'll just we'll just throw one box. epsom salts in the sprayer, and and that seems to clean that up, but it's so so over the years we sort of learned how to grow it, so is that the variety that needs the most tender loving care in the vineyards? Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Cabernet Sauvignon will grow like a weed here in this part of the. Valley needs very little care, but the yeah the Nebula definitely either myself from vineyard manager will prune those vans ourselves, and and it definitely needs more care than the other varieties. Talk a little little bit about the type of wine makes and how it compares to Rollo. Yes, so so we've done blonde tasting with. Talian Nebiolo's broilers and we've come out very very well. It's done very well and and regional and international wine competition. She nebula. Naturally has a little bit lighter color. And some of your other big red's, but but don't let that for you. It's it's got really strong long Tannin's. That's what we produce here. one of the benefits of the hall, River Valley Ava. We're a little bit east, and so we have a longer growing season..

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"tradenet" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

15:00 min | 2 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Mike Drop

"To protect themselves because we can't be with them all the time we can't we can't always always be there standing guard for them and even when they're very young we need to give them the tools to to know that this stuff can happen again. How how to deal with it and and one other thing on that is if you're not sure how to talk to your kids about this how to start the conversation and you should be? Starting the conversation sation very young. There's some fantastic books out there. Get on Amazon. I have a few and I'm going to it. Draw blank on their names right now but get on Amazon and look up. You'll be able to find it some books. One I have is called. I said No. Yeah I know there's a few other ones but anyway it's my kids. Love these books and it's a great way to start the conversation and read it and then all of a sudden you're you have a conversation going but for them to minimize the damage. Like if something has happened I let ah let it get me pretty hard for a while and I really think that had someone addressed it with me. When when I was younger I probably would have been a little bit more prepared to deal with what I was already going through but people just they just avoided they avoid the topic topic and I? I do have something here that I wrote. I don't know if you want me to read that now. But it's kind of about that. Subject in in terms of overcoming it. Yeah absolutely I mean you know for sure to me it's feel free to Absolutely read that but then also you know again I think for you know for anybody listening out there. That may be has kids. That may maybe they're going through that. Were you know. Obviously the asking component being persistent about it is is key but you know for those out there that maybe have have experienced that and they don't know how to help get their kids through it again. You know on the on the heels of talking about how you focus on the future and not you know the passed and leading things in your past by the obviously your mom's method of fucking get over. It is not not the way to do that ideal but in a way. Ah It's not just in a way she's right. You do need to get over it but you don't need to just pretend like it didn't happen and that for me is how do you get over it wall doing everything you can to make sure that it doesn't happen again. It doesn't happen to you. You can go back and change. What happened to you right? So how have you gotten over it. Well I feel like I was fortunate in how I was raised. I feel it gave me a lot of maybe mental toughness. You could call all it. I'm not prone to anxiety or anything like that. I did have a rough time but I started to get get perspective on life and I try to to keep that all the time I try to always keep that perspective of like. We're so stinking. Lucky to be here and I I make a lot of correlations with nature in see see things in nature Struggle all the time. Life isn't easy right like we expect life to be easy and it's not it's a it's a struggle for a lot of people. It's a struggle for a lot of animals and I see that I'm like well things struggle and they still. They're still all this beauty that goes along with it and so getting that kind of perspective right in my mind has been the biggest thing I could. I could drag it around with with me forever and feel damaged by it. But what's the good in. That can help anything to me. It sounds like you're again using that taking a positive in that educating your your children other children other people well yeah to turn it into something positive ultimately if if you let yourself be damaged forever by this the person who did it to you. They've won they've won. And why would I let that happen if you could read that follow. Yeah this just kind of goes over. Some of my thoughts on basically overcoming in the dark things happen to us. Society tells us that we are damaged if we've been abused. Victimized suffered through some terrible things and we believe it we believe it and we embrace it because it's easier than the alternative which is to push back and push back hard to stand up and speak to hold our heads high and proud and say loud and clear. Yes I was molested molested as a child and I'm still okay. Yes I was raped. Beaten abused Yes. I was deeply affected by war and trauma. But you know what this is my life my life not yours mine and I don't plan on wasting getting one bit of it. You will not win by destroying my happiness. You will not win by leaving me. Broken what you've given me is an edge. You've given me the edge to understand the darkness to empathize with what others are going through but also also the fuel for my fire in. Oh what a fire it is. Society tells us that we should feel shame that we really shouldn't speak speak about it because it makes other people uncomfortable that we should keep it locked up and cry quietly about it to ourselves because it is in the past just something dirty that may not be appropriate for delicate ears. And you know what I don't care I don't care because society diety has been getting it wrong. For Far too long animals get raped and maimed by one another all the time in humans due to in desperate desperate places where survival is a privilege not guaranteed by any stretch of the imagination where it has to be fought for tooth and nail wild creatures. Waste away starved to death beaten down by winter and drought two week even to nurse their young Anson Manson bees attack one another tear each other to pieces. Storms sweep small creatures away. Baby birds plummet to their deaths. Crows and coyotes approach and wolves riff newborn babies from their mothers. And you know what that's the way of the world it is because nature is cruel and those creatures don't lie down and start feeling. Sorry for themselves no they fight and and claw and dig their way through the hardships and survive. Nature is cruel and not one bit of it changes because we decided it to be too delicate to handle it in nature is equally as beautiful. It is spring meadows wobbly legged fawns wildflowers hours and sunsets and new fallen. Snow is love and kindness and beauty to no no. I don't believe we have to carry damage with us like baggage throughout our lives. I believe we can feel it. Feel it rage and burn and hurt and feel it deep. Feel every bit if the pain but then we have to make a conscious decision to be done. We can keep an ember just a spark to blow into a bonfire when we we need to rage but that is all the rest house to burn away. There are thousands of moments in time. One hundred thousand. A million breaths taken thoughts thought that could go one way or another our future stamped out before us just waiting for us to choose which path to take. There is a lonesome place where we go to mourn what we've lost but there is another place to in us just a certain as the dark places are but it's a a little harder to get to a little harder to find it's hidden somewhere behind all the insecurities and shame behind the politeness and self doubt and fear but they just there are bright place where we go to live a place where we know what we're made of any new and bone and blood hot and crimson listen lava read and it is strength and fire and imagination beauty and creativity and resilience the resilience and those those things all shine a little brighter when the darkness has touched them. I've come to treasure those dark places because it is that darkness that has this. Show me how to shine. There are half a billion excuses at least reasons not to live our lives reasons to draw back wounded and alone own but excuses. They are because we are still hole mostly and that is enough. Every tree bear some scars summer lightning struck and wind blown arc peeled back so deep. It's not even clear. The tree is still alive but look look up there between the splits lists and cracks the old weathered would right there at the top. Where the Falcon roosts? There is a sprig of green a cone. The Sky is blue. As a Robin's Robin's egg the breeze cool and fresh on the beauty of those quivering needles society tells us that we should believe we are damaged. And if we listen we will falter our life quietly slipping away. It isn't that much time we have here on this beautiful planet shining like a ray of hope in the whole vastness of the universe not that much time before we are aged enfeeble are breath. Shallow our strength slipping away our humaneness human. This is so big so bold and powerful if we believe in ourselves but it is also fleeting snuffed out like a candle in just a breath. Don't be a week flame while you were here. Don't waiver and shake don't let the bad actions of another take one bit of your time away. Burn burn bright and hot and bold earn like a wildfire on September day. Take that damage. Those scars the pain and turn it into something beautiful something fierce and wild and full of life something that can help inspire fight back against against the evil take that hurt and make it saying it brilliantly. Eloquent a written piece of literature that I think is really impactful and helpful especially in terms of looking at things from a thirty thirty thousand foot super broad spectrum which I think. A lot of times is An invaluable way to get through things so that you're not focused and in an bogged down of some of the minute details in the weeds of of some of the things that may keep you kind of in that you know purgatory of thinking the same thing over over and over Appreciate your right. I appreciate you sharing it I appreciate you bringing into light. Something that Is Far more prominent than I think. I think a lot of people realize or at a minimum are willing to admit And it just makes me think Ask Your kids ask him again. Ask them again. Stay on top of it. If there is an issue talk about it and use use resources to to help you know everybody get through things and then also ultimately taken a perspective like that and contrasting it to to the planet and all the other inhabitants as try to instill bat in your children when they're young try to instill that broader perspective. I know it's something that comes with Ajax experience but you can. You can try to play there as much as possible. I think getting kids around the two things that are going to help shape that perspective which is mother nature wildlife seeing how things really fucking work and also traveling taking your kids other places them some adversity versity to let them struggle a little bit. Don't teach teach them how to get up after they fail all right so if you could I talk about. So you're working with Jaakko now with Sean Front and talk about kind of both what you guys are doing now and how people can can get in touch with you. I'm on instagram. At Jason Dot N.. Dot Gardner and I think that's kind of my favorite of all the social media platforms it's the easiest to so talk back and forth working for echelon front going around doing leadership consulting keynote speeches and and you know workshops and stuff like that going over those extreme ownership principles. How did the hunter did you? Land that Gig so Jaakko chocolate when I met in one thousand nine hundred ninety three bomb. Yeah you grapple with him. No I didn't Jitsu. Then we were just both into like hardcore. Music can hit it off and Karn of have stayed in contact. We were seal team free together always in a different task unit and then I worked for him over at Tradenet Anna. Dan have always seen things kind of from the same lens as he does so. We've been friends for awhile of I. Had the opportunity need to come work for him when I retired so jumped on it. What does that like man? No a lot of you know. He's obviously a super or hyper popular guy within a lot of communities his business law enforcement military You know just generally speaking but what what is the experience you know working for him. Like it's great it. You know because he he basically is does a great job of practice he preaches and he gives you a lot of latitude so I just it's it's I have worked to go out and speak to.

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"tradenet" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

Midlife Mixtape

12:54 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

"Reading your wonderful book wisdom at work and learning more about your musical background. I'm thinking you have a really good answer to our are icebreaker question on the podcast. which is what was your first concert? And what were the circumstances you know. My first concert was a band called bad company time. We're on the same age range. That's not that's not a new name to me. We know bad company. It also defined the kind of guests I had when I first opened. My first hotel is probably fifteen years old in my my mom Giovanni and a couple of friends to the concert picked us up afterwards you know don't you love how in the olden days the MOMS with the MOMS and DADS would drive and drop off and leave and you know I always say in our generation ration- were like well. I WANNA STAY WANNA go to that concert too. So it's a big generation divide and you write in your your book. Your first hotel hotel property when you started Joie Eve was in San Francisco and that you it was kind of a rock and Roller Hotel. You baby set Sinead O'Connor's Kit. That's a full service hotel yeah yes I did. I served limited breakfast in bed. I was I was twenty. Six years old start critical issue out of US destroy of life and it's bootie took nearly fifty two zero tells over the twenty years that I was CEO and that first one was just a broken down motel. The tender blinded I just said okay on the Phoenix rising from its own mythical ashes and we we got pretty quickly as the crossroads for creative people who Kim Team San Francisco visentin motel everybody hanging out by the pool in the center so yeah I've been able to have great stories over the years that's really cool and as you've moved to a different work environment we're. GonNa talk a lot about your move from Schwab Vive to serve as the head of global hospitality and strategy at AIRBNB. Ah Very different company. I wanted to mention one of the things that Airbnb does that I absolutely love is the experience program where you can sign up to do. Different things not just get your your room but also really get into the community and in particular. There's a great menu of music experience as you must have been involved in setting that up. You know what we decided it was that we are going to be more than just a home sharing company we wanted to be almost like a lifestyle curator so if if you're going to. Peres in you've stayed on airbnb before we know what kind of homes you might. WanNa stadiums will curate and say here's their ten or twenty. That might be best for you. We also would loved to knows like okay. We know what you liked to do. Based upon you might have taken survey with answer. You have actually done expensive as we can get to the place where you're going to Paris I were we not only. Can we tell you where to stay but we can serve almost critic customizing cheery for you which would include these experiences or what we have is these adventures as well let feature multi-day experiences in in a place and it's such a nice way to to get to know the local community and get to know a place in a deeper way and I just I'd glanced before we talked. You know one of the things you can do. The AIRBNB right now is hike to a sunset concert into Panga Canyon if you're in the La area there's a live five jazz and good chocolate in San Francisco experienced so if you're doing airbnb make sure you take a look and see that there's a lot more they are than just the just the place you're staying yeah we did my family and I were in we were in Ireland and the UK at Christmas last year because our older daughter was studying abroad and I signed us up for a really cool walking tour her in London through Airbnb but it was on day nine of an eleven day trip and my family revolted and said we are not watching. We can't another ten mile day and I was like okay did make you go on a forced march through Windsor Castle yesterday understand so you sound like a great. I'M GONNA go traveling with some dance. That's another great you'll wave the white flag by day four now no more activities while I was thrilled to get you on the show because in fact listener Larry reach out and said I'd love to hear what Chip Conley has to say because chip has written this is his fifth and most recent book is called wisdom at work the making of the modern elder which of course when I read the Title I was like I'm going to like that book and I love this book so the book talks about chips transition from being a CEO of Joie Aviv hotel chain at age fifty two. He decided he was gonna try something different and went to work for AIRBNB. Obviously we're talking about at that and your book talks about that transition and it talks about the way you had to really reassess your fit in terms of the corporation. You're working with you. Point out that with current life expectancy is a lot of us at age fifty have a solid twenty or thirty or forty years of work left in US So how does how should that change the way we look at our careers and we look at our choices in this in this phase that I like to call eight years between being hip and breaking one. I love that show that I had an unstaged quick story. My father is eighty one now to eighty next month. Happy Birthday thank you. I'll tell I'm he started wearing scuba dive at age sixty. He's gone now on twenty seven Scuba Guy. Since then just the twenty a year ago we were in Indonesia Scuba Scuba diving in before we went out in the morning I had read an article about the fact that at this time the average age of longevity expected for people being born unionized. Is that the one hundred four so I said how long how long are we going to live online putting a bunch of information and after fifteen minutes of time on the site. It's that back and said okay. You're going to ninety eight so went down to go scuba dive with my dad that morning didn't tell him identities longevity quiz and I said dead however when you live and again this is the last time you said ship age ninety eight officers say I describe the Master List and then we did the now. Here's here's the new Math Nancy so I said dad think about that for a moment. If we start counting at age eighteen because that's where we really had to choice northern to become an adult right you are barely at age in your barely into your fourth quarter of your life me at age fifty seven thirty nine years of adulthood behind the I have forty one years ahead of me if I lived in ninety eight. I'm I'm not even at half time right and I think that's really sort of the premise of your show. That's the premise of my book supremacy modern older academy which will talk about the idea that that math half we've used in terms of how we think about our lives has been based upon the tyranny of precision life. You'll learn till twenty or twenty five you earn till sixty five in you retire not die and that that model doesn't really doesn't mean much to people anymore because we're not so linear you might take a sabbatical for six months in your forties or you may go back to school in your fifties. The idea that these three stages in their sort of age segregated doesn't define how we see our lives today and we're. We're GonNa live longer so yes. It's likely that you will work by choice or necessity much longer than your parents did so you better you better love what you're doing and you better be open open to try new things right well. I think there's a fear a lot of us at this stage feel like we'd love to do more meaningful work. Maybe we're ready for a big change. Maybe we've been in a career for twenty five years. It would like something different but the problem is were holding up our kids and our parents and it feels like you know half. The Sky is in our hands so you you were able to make a really dramatic change but what I loved about the book is that you also talk about ways to adjust that are less less dramatic. You talk about Rian tension rather than reinvention so you can you talk a little bit about what people who may be in this phase of Saint. Oh my gosh I really do have another other twenty-five thirty forty years of work she go. I can't imagine still sitting at this jazz desktop. How do we start figuring out what we would like to do how we can sustain that curiosity acidy in that engagement with meaningful work so I think one of the challenges we have you know when we're when we're in our teen years go through adolescence. We get a lot of support. We have schools rules. We have tools and with counselors help us to try to understand who we are what we do well talents are and then we go into middle essence which is the era of Midlife and it's it's a word that's it's just starting to get some popularity to it by the way adolescence has a word is only one hundred fifteen years old. We need to have a word to describe in essence so we can make middle lessons happened. Make Melissa's happen. Are we already have it. Lets analysts ellison's existed but until this guy came along and adolescence the period of time from twelve or thirteen the age eighteen was a period of time where people thought thought to be an adult. She went straight from childhood to adulthood. You didn't have any sort of transition period and then once we knew there was a transition positioned period. We gave adolescents a lot attention for them to actually formulate their process to becoming an adult. I think the same is true for middle and middle essence is longer is it's elongated elongated through the timing just like adolescents where you're going to puberty and going through her mental and emotional changes and trying to figure out who your art same thing in essence the thing is that most people are not all that clear on where they've developed mastery often biggest mistake people make is if mastery in their industry. Yes you have knowledge in your industry. May Have may have a lot of perspective and a lot of know-how. I know who often the master. You have is actually beyond industry. It's functional and it actually may have something to do more things. You don't even see as master elite emotional intelligence how to actually lead people are how to run a meeting. There's a variety variety of things that you pick up along the way you don't actually value and so two back. Bring it back to the urban this story. Brian brought me in for my hospitality knowledge my leadership knowledge and experience and yeah that was really a lot of it a little bit more entrepreneurial background as well but what he said three into it as he said a chip we brought you in for your knowledge but we really are gaining here is your wisdom and I said so defined wisdom for me. Your wisdom is about your intuition. You're now head of strategy the company that was not part of the plan two months ago when we hired you but it was so clear so quickly you know how to connect the dots. You're thinking you'd think holistically and what I've learned since then Nancy is that yes our brain as we get older isn't as fast as it used to be and it doesn't have the recall the memory but actually we're nothing's better at as your brain ages is you do the left brain right brain tango and what that means you're able to actually adeptly in fluently moved from the logical to lyrical and allows you to think holistically collect determine crystallized intelligence which means that you could actually you actually get the gist of something you connect the dots and so. I would say on average. All of us have gotten better at that. We've gotten better at our intuition. Emotional intelligence is a skill that you build over time your I q may not grow up but you're hugh may your ability to actually really coach people and collaborate and understand how to create a team so what I would say this is we'll talk in a moment about the models academy. This is part of what we help people people in midlife feeling many more irrelevant than they expected to because the world has changed so quickly so much of the power has moved to people with D Q now. Acuna digital intelligence right which is often not always but often people who are younger than us and as such helping people to mind their mastery to actually three use it in new ways possibly in different industries is part of what we need to do in a world. That's changing this quiz and you talk in the book about one of the keys for being a successful modern elder in the workplace is maybe pairing up with some of those younger co workers who have the d q the digital intelligence intelligence but have not yet developed the emotional intelligence in Tradenet back and forth so how how does that look in practical terms how do you how do you see that working on a team team or or you know in an office setting recall. This mutual mentorship and mutual mentioned basically means that are you're in a reciprocal relationship with someone else with whom you're learning together. Sometimes you're curious ones. Sometimes you're the wise one and often it's with someone who's younger or a different generation. So this is the executive relationship I had with urban. They still have a relationship O'Brien Chelsea. I was brought into his in house mentor but what I learned very quickly. Is there a bunch of subjects everything from technology to how the software application work on our website what makes a good user experiences not on how to raise in Silicon Valley Alley. What's the what is the Silicon Valley world like how millennials either lives. How do they curate the travel..

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"tradenet" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"I figured like i knew i just had a feeling under us work. I think beats home. You are <hes> so yeah man i was it was don't man. I <hes> like y'all seen some of the people come to the studio before as the same people doing the film for but yeah i it's. It's a really really don't feel man and like be might came out. I was able to speak in fronted wanted to data and stuff so yeah. It was cool. Man got round of applause at the it was over a oh and we wanna ward yeah yeah we wanna war when <hes> outstanding spirit award like overall type of <hes> yesterday but i was going to take yesterday <hes> <hes> but i'm just going to post. It was all <hes> footage man. That's overall award where you get like for editing writing directing price. The four winning regal goes cinemas. Oh thank you like his regal holly for us a big theory all block was robert. Stay in the front door on his own people. You know what i'm doing. My politics an awesome network so yeah some people for some networks but yeah hopefully. I have some more announcements coming soon. We got <hes>. I got some some news the bus stuff that may be happening happening in l._a. With it so yeah it's crazy like what what was your take on. It would be like as as somebody just kinda yeah yeah i mean coming into. It was definitely an improvement because me and mike got in a film that was you know what i want to talk about. It was it was other films that was being show and i feel like razz was was put the one that right edit. It was put together so well was it was talking to women until what about pretty much like. Don't don't give the whole way but like you can like it. Loud like a yes pretty much as they just <hes> talking to different women from different walks of life about like you know oh i guess they career paths and they think about having kids and everything and it's for show but they talk like a mock thing whereas like somebody's interviewing them so so it's like us filming this or whatever like interviewing for for a reality show or whatever yeah but that's it. That's it was dope had he was given was talking to different. Women of all colors like it was like the reactions and stuff. It was if bill so real to you. Women did a good job of tradenet. I would just like them because that's i picture a real black women reacting to some of the questions that the woman was asking us though it was though and i wish mike was here because he you laugh at this but while we was waiting outside you know we're just kinda like just outside of the door just talking to whatever waiting so this lady came up to me and gave me her ticket with like and then i'm like. I thought i thought she was somebody that knew ride like recognize me. She walked to hey how you doing. I'm like it was going on and she gave me here. At ticketing. She brought over over a bright dot. Com somebody oh this is a ticket. I got my eyes to the.

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"tradenet" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on KTRH

"Story this hour. President Trump's is down with boxes, Laura Ingram for a wide ranging interview while in Europe. He talked about his trip there and his effort to place tariffs on Mexico for their immigration policy. He also blasted speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi. I've tried to be nice to because I would have liked to have gotten some deals done. She's incapable of doing deal. She's a nasty addictive horrible person. Yeah. His reaction, according to politico, speaker, Pelosi told a meeting of leading Democrats. She wants to see the president in prison. We posted the entire interview at KTAR H dot com. Go listen to it House, Democrats, meantime, acting as though, they are prosecutors. They're now planning to give more power to committee chairs to go to court over ignored subpoenas. A resolution holding attorney general William bar, and former White House counsel, Don Mcgann in contempt for failing to comply with judiciary committee subpoenas. Also woody's additional action of subpoenas. A reward the resolution set to be considered by the rules committee, Monday in the full house on Tuesday gifts committee, chairs thirty to seek legal action to enforce subpoenas. If they have approval of a bipartisan group of house, leaders, McCain was asked to testify for the House Judiciary committee, and refuse bars withheld in unredacted version of the special counsels, Russia report on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News bar abiding by the law in not releasing the identity grand jury presents and. And of course, thinking that they can go up against executive privilege. That's the other thing there is confusing. The separation of the powers of the branches may jobs report could bring more economic good news for President Trump and Katie rich Saunders live with that comes out in about an hour with the unemployed rate unemployment rate expected to stay at three point six percent. Mark Hamrick with banquets says, there's a tinge of concern. No, there is a risk of a negative surprise, meaning it could be that we see something that is lower than expected, because of the uncertainty surrounding tradenet said, we've had job growth in a booming economy. Now, inherit says that growth is continued even with things like the trade, wars, and tariffs in the news, it's fair to say that the job market is one of the best performing aspects of the US economy right now at a time, when there's a lot of uncertainty surrounding the issue of trade, then because of those trae concerns and other factors Bank recently found that forty percent of the economists they talked to think of cutting interest rates is coming at some point later this year. Okay. Whenever tone of never been really right on target every time I know it is now six thirty five. We are almost every day, how the situation of the border is getting worse. And his seems there is no end in sight. Rice University of political, science professor, Bob Stein says until we figure out why they're leaving their home country. Not much will change years ago, fifteen years ago, most of the immigration where people who were looking for jobs and might be competing with US citizens for those jobs. But that's not what we're looking at. He says entire families are leaving and coming to the US in droves. But until we know the route calls and get world leaders to work together to address the problem, the situation probably get worse before it gets better giambra or NewsRadio some forty KTAR, h it's six thirty five millennials. We give them a bad rap for a lot of things, but lifestyle, other Kelly, asceticism millennials are actually very hard workers to the point. They even feel bad about taking a simple lunch break, they're less likely to take their vacation days. They're less likely to reach out and take an ask for help, if they need help on the project. They're less likely that actually take their weekend for themselves. She says millennials need to understand the importance of taking breaks because it gives your brain and body time to recharge and recuperate well after years of being told that they're special, they're smart. They're talented, one of the biggest fears that kids can have is not being any of those things child psychologist, Dr island, Kennedy Moore says children's self judgment is out of whack and they feel like failures if they're not extraordinary even at the younger ages. We have high stakes testing intensely competitive sports, even among the little ones. Yes. She says nowadays social media encourages even young children to impress other people, you can't live up to those kind of imagines standards. No, well, but who's going to tell them not extrordinary? 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10:41 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome professor Christian coats, all Ricksen. He's at the Baker institute for policy public policy at the Rice University. However, he's taking me now in hand to the inaugural affair for the national museum of cutoff most recently in which not all the beautiful people, but ninety nine percent of them showed up, and I may mean Carla Bruni who's otherwise known as missiles, MRs Nicolas Sarkozy, and Johnny Depp, along with actresses and models and celebrities of the European nations. Why were they there they were invited of course. But what does this mean about cutter, especially given the news of the last year and a half of the breakdown in order in the Gulf Cooperation Council and the feud blockade between Saudi Arabia and its neighbour Qatar a good evening to you. Professor and thank you for this. This ceremony at the national museum of Qatar. It was very successful in beautiful weather. Everybody showed up and had a grand time. What was it for? What is its place? How is this useful to contact given that it's been blockaded by air and land for some time? Good evening to you. Good evening. Thank you for having me. The opening museum was a unity in moments for the cuts to show that the major development projects have been hindered. In any way, by the locate that as much business as usual. And the museum is opening scheduled. But opening nevertheless, they opened a big new national library loss to as well also after the book aid. And Secondly, the other message was that cuts. The baby's unaffected by the attempts of their neighbors to isolate cuts as you mentioned the list of people that were at the opening of this all over the world who were willing to travel to Doha and to really sell be a factor. This initiative was coming to fruition. And they attempt to is that these, but it's a hit fails because they will willing to turn up and the New York Times the coverage of this event used the term soft power. This is in the fashion section of the New York Times. But that's an attractive term because it has historical weight soft power is what a small state. Does in order to survive. It makes alliances. It uses trade and investment and Qatar looks to be doing all of the above. It reminded me in reading this professor of Venice once upon a time that survived for hundreds of years, not by having an overwhelming military because it didn't. But also about by using trade and tradenet work to be wealthy and also use its diplomatic corps to offset the aggression of what let's put us envious is does that describe cutter today is it using diplomacy in that fashion. Given the troubles that has in Riyadh. What I think the analogy dependence is a good one because bookcases you have very small almost city states. Resources, but it was a use those also says in ways that overcome this mall somebody's and lack of conventional power unto utilize those those crates Nestle linkages that but them on the on the map. And of course, the episodes soft power is also extremely relevant because over the past two years the guts of being onto seat again. Attempts by neighboring states use a much harder full of power in the film of the locate which was an attempt to not necessarily use. That's full. So there was a stretch of it on the countries. I think is shown with this you so powerless link kids in diplomacy and economic state coughed that they have other options, and these options have been quite successful in could've maintaining open to the rest of the world. They chief opponents in this blockade I've mentioned Riyadh. And Saudi Arabia, but also the UA, and I read that you that Dubai's economy is not healthy that it's real estate market is fragile. And that it misses shoppers, especially Qatar shoppers. It was this expected by Dubai did. They know that they would struggle when they joined up with Riyadh in the blockade. So the u I e is a relation of seven that by Abu Dhabi Dubai, and I think it's well, no, no willing just that the duo Kate has been initiated by Abu Dhabi. A political alignment with Saudi Arabia, the two inches haven't been so nine Saudi bin Zeid w very close and by has had to follow they possibly the US together with w but I think the blood of economic fought out his famous be filtered to which as you say has been the regional hub for several decades. Positional Sade the magnets full businesses across the recent supposing CASA, but also because lots of trade full cuts would go through by that was cut off in twenty seventeen and the reputation of Dubai was always one way you could do business without. Politics gets in the way and also doing business with Iran too. And again, both in terms of the located cuts tightening sanctions against is on post twenty eighteen Tobise taking hits economically to some extent has had to pay the price of the political decisions taken w which I think of of creativity is difficult is more them while Qatar is sowing with the New York Times characterizes, soft power fashion styles. Celebrity hard power is at work. I want to come to that event the murder of kashogi in Turkey and the revelation of how and why have led to the hard power of the United States, especially congress turning on Saudi Arabia? That seems the major fact that's changed in the year. Plus since I visited Doha how do you measure the US congress turning away? From Saudi Arabia cisa is this help to settle the blockade of the dispute and the or is this made it impossible to settle. What I think the congress moving away from me friendship with Saudi Arabia, at least for the moment is quite significant the US relations, and it's a big departure, especially when you consider off nine eleven for example, congress to not move away from Saudi Arabia eighteen like the same extent. So this is a real crisis in US Saudi relations. I think is going to be important over the next few years. But in terms of the Gulf crisis in the blockade see it having a direct impact. I think the problem is it's on all sides, the position is entrenched. And none of the few seem to want to make the first move towards lessening, politically the the blockade or maybe admitting knowledge in that. It was a mistake in the first base the countries, I think feel you know, needs to be the ones to initiate a move either. Because they're the ones who went of this still in pretty well. Well, so I was stuck in a sense in the Gulf classes, even as US Saudi relations. I think going to take quite a hates in the next couple of years. Yes, I see no reporting indicating that there is promising change in this because of the facts of the kashogi murder, but also because the tangle of states in the Gulf themselves are caught up in the Yemen conflict, which congress has also turned against harshly turned against is not a factor for Doha there. The tragedy in Yemen. Yes. Well, actually committed some forces to Yemen in twenty fifteen. And actually took casualties defending the Saudi border. They weren't Yemen, but deploys or Saudi Yemen border and took six casualties just days before the blockade began, and as soon as the book I began the countries were expelled by the Saudis from the coalition, and so for the country point of view, I think is very useful given because it means the the international criticism. Even condemnation now of the coalition's actions falls on their advisory society's never use. And not on the customers. And it's a really makes the political fallouts focused on on the ad w which I think also finding very difficult to extricate themselves from the Yemen conflict in the same way. I think difficult to extricate themselves from the blockade of cats as well. Kristen the Gulf is a fragile place that is that a fair measure of what we're looking at today. Fragile fragile remiss six years we had to go cook lacy council which tonight's net you want during number ten for anyone wall and the often must've loosening Iran, but for a long time at least provided a measure of stability, I mech Anisim. So the Gulf leaderships that come together and have a United front on most issues and since twenty seventeen even that's one year. It's going to Joe -able institution is now more this. Folks down. So I do think would appear to extreme for Gylfi where you have to three different directions. The different states could go in. And I don't see it necessarily come into an end anytime soon. Professor Christian Erickson of the Baker institute for public policy at Rice University. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:55 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Works. -ill? That's a fair point. You're going to wait to see till he starts if I don't know if you can get into some more games here before this week is out if he hasn't really started out up into the batting practice. I would think not I don't think we're going to see him even games here before we had north, and you see what kind of activity level he can next week. So in the time being that he's out they should obviously take it easy within the most important thing is you want him back at full strength. You want him playing every day when he comes back off the dean. L? You don't want him going back on the whatever it disabled list. So to me. Giancarlo plays left field Giancarlo along with Mike yesterday. And I was actually sorta surprised by this answer. Mike says to him. Junk holiday like to play left field. The and he kinda gave a he doesn't really care. Usually, I expect the young players still relatively young. He's still in his twenties to say I want to play the field. I wanna play the field. Maybe just being a good soldier by saying it doesn't matter. And maybe that's the best answer. But I guess I just sort of expect players to say they wanna play the field, but I play him in left field. I played Brett Gardner in centerfield mainly because I don't trust Tyler Wade to play every day in the outfield and Clinton Frazier's, but a disaster and that would allow me to have more time to see burden. Void both make this roster. Does the Hicks injury opened up the opportunity for both void and bird to be on the major league roster opening day? Yeah. I think it does. I don't think it's a long term solution though. I don't think they're going to jump through hoops all year to try to keep these guys on. I think it just simply delays the decision of who's going to be your first baseman. And and yeah, I think that's exact-. What it does for these guys allows them both to be on? And and the outfielder lines just the way you said, I think the the weird thing about the situation that they've created when they eventually choose look came in as the guy is a leg up. They suck. What he did? He's done nothing to lose the job. So let's just assume the book is your regular first baseman to start. They set up the situation that you know, what are we going to do when she goes, you know, three for fifteen we're checking the box scores. Aaa see what Greg bird is doing, you know, and they have to be very careful as to how they how they treat him. And he has to be very careful to let something like that bother him. It'd be looking over his shoulder. It's gonna be kind of natural for the rest of us to kind of look and see what everybody's doing based on a start that a guy has hot or cold. But that's the kind of situation they creative now where you've got two guys who played so very well in the course of spring bird and void couldn't have done any more than they've already this spring. They they did exactly what they had to do. And the Yankees are in a position with after make a decision, and I believe they will make a decision as soon as I helping the other big factor or could have been bigger factor is Clint Frazier, obviously he had the injury last year he dealt with the concussion, which I felt horrible for. He was hitting. Triple A. It's not like he wasn't performing in the minors. But he hasn't hit so far in spring training. Is that gonna keep them off the major league roster? I'm assuming it is because he's sitting one fifty one sixty but with the Yankees and your mind ever look past his performance and spring training and say, you know, what he sells the he performed in. Aaa Hicks is out. Let's have Clint on the team. How do you see playing out? I think for opening day purposes. You know, they've kind of telegraph this by saying that he needs to play more needs play regularly. And that's not going to be the situation if he's on the big league roster at this stage. So I think they would like to see him get a little competence going again playing every day. Hit. Okay last year. But still is never really healthy. Even when he was a triple A was still bothering him to kick until the off season to to really start feeling good again. So I think he's one of these guys where you you. Let him let him get into the routine of playing every day and feeling good about what he's doing. I see gregorious is actually swinging swinging against with one hand. Now, he's swinging with quick ball it north Petit. What does what does that mean if anything it's just the progression? It doesn't. I mean, you're gonna you're gonna hear about all the things that he's doing and nothing that he's doing is going to change when he's do back if he stops doing something that's a back, right? But whatever he's doing. It's all part of the June, July August, you know, that's what they have steadily help to even last week. Ryan kaufman. The station was you know, he was almost kind of Pooh poohing June part of that, and, you know, leaning towards more all-star break cash or passed. So nothing nothing outside if even if the late July he doesn't seem to be considering that as anything that is a setback. It's just waiting to see how he how he responds everything and how they ramp things up. So it's it's all good news for seems to be happy with how he's progressing drilling swinging the bat everything else. So we'll see how it goes. But yeah, it's it's not going to be any time real soon. No matter what you see him doing. We're talking to Sweeney Murdy about the the Yankees are still scheduled play an exhibition game today. Spring training game today against the Tampa Bay rays Vermont mistaken. You're a very composed guy. Right. You're not super very you can kind of keep people come taking that as a compliment. Yeah. Yeah. This case I'm actually giving you a compliment right now. And then I'm gonna ask you a question, basically. Basically tell you. They usually a very calm. So if you tell me you're concerned, I would say, wow, Sweeney's concern that means something here. Delegatates velocity. Right. It's down. He's saying argh get it back by Maine or something like that. Watch this kid in spring training for years you've seen them even as a starting pitcher years and years ago. So you've watched this guy where is your concern level if there's any concern level as far as Dylan's velocity right now. Well, I get concerned by action more than my own observations. And right now. He pitched on Sunday. He is not because he's not scheduled for tomorrow. Schedule them in there is legit concern over gallon. If he's not scheduled pitching a game right now. I don't know what the plan is yet. But they don't seem to have one laid out that we know as far as when he's throwing again. So yeah, I think this is some concern to figure out how to get him some work in and get the velocity back up. You have nine days to opening day. You know, even Dylan on Sunday was saying I've got about four more games. That's you know, I think that counted today, and that's not happening. I don't know yet as far as if they have or will take him for some tests. He is here today. But it's enough of a concern that they're not just continuing to throng them out there and letting the velocity come come back. They're trying to figure out what to do with them right now. So I mean, I would even at this point if they're not gonna throw him right now, and you're nine days away from opening day until they tell me, otherwise, I would tell them I would think that there's legit concern for him being ready for that. Do you like the new rule where the only one trade deadline? Yeah. I love it. I mean from selfish standpoint, I mean. For you. To spend the whole month of August. Wondering. Thank you. Thank you. It's funny. I've been thinking back the last few years there have been a lot of significant. August traits GIO Gonzalez who just signed with the Yankees. It was the most significant trade. But that trade Justin Burland are going. Houston was an August trade. Do you think that it's going to cause more trades to happen in July or we just going to see less overall because nothing's happening in happening in August. You know what I mean I'll use last year. The example, just the Yankee perspective. Aaron judge broke his wrist on July twenty six twenty seven. And the Yankees initial diagnosis was a few weeks. They had a July thirty first tradenet, lavishly that they ignored. They waited for the August thirty first deadline to get Andrew mccutchen. When judge still wasn't back. Even at that point. He was still obviously closer to coming back. They finally needed to make a move at that point. Would that be something that they would now last year? What a big concern for them was was that luxury tax threshold, and adding an extra monthly salary was a consideration. During that the now you're talking about you don't have the ability to go get a player like that. In august. That's what's really going to be interesting because now any injury that happens after the all star break, you don't have time to play through that. And wait to see if something shakes loose in the waiver period. You've got to really make a hard decision and decide whether or not it's worth it for you to pull players from your system to make a move, even if you expect a player back and say, you know, August tenth Ragas fifteen you might have to go and protect yourself from that about. How about the what we won't see this year? But the three batter minimum rule that's going to be the year after. Yeah. I don't love it. I I don't like the idea of legislating strategy like just like the the idea of the shift like the defense has a job to defense has figured out to do their job. And now you're saying you're doing good we're gonna we're gonna make harder for you. So and I think we're still a bit of waste away from that the players association doesn't seem to like that rule and sounds like that's something. They're going to be talking about as they as part of their negotiations. This makes me happy Sweney because my knee jerk reaction is to assume that all of these new rules that that are rumored or actually going to happen that you're just gonna have the wrong opinion. That's just my. Yeah. I know it. It's just. Every. Me happy. I'm very Larry's I wanna go. I wanna give you have we been talking. This is really a surprise to you that sometimes we agree seems more times than not. We don't agree. Throw in the wet blanket. I'll just throw it in. You don't like strategy being legislated. Is it the DA's kind of legislating strategies ocean strategy to the three of minimum different strategy now strategy to it. But this strategy. Fake it injury. That's a strategy. No. Because it seems to me the D H is is the idea of just saying yellow petrous can't hit. Right. And that's it. And I don't care about the strategy element of that. I'm just saying it's not fun watching patriots noodle. But there is a strategy element. As far as do. I pinch. Yeah. But this is. Yeah. I think it's apples and oranges. But yeah, I hear Joe is I don't like the idea of the three batter. Minimum. In fact. I hate it. Now, I'm open to the fact that maybe I'll watch it. And like it. I am open to that that, you know, maybe in twenty twenty two I'm going to say, well minimum is pretty cool. But I do agree with Joe that there is strategy difference. Listen, you can still have a guy who only faces one batter. You know? It's if there's two outs in the inning. We have left you better get the guy out. Yeah. Exactly. So that's part of your strategy. Or the other part is if you have the lefty leading off the inning. Do you wanna bring that guy in and say, okay, I need you to go get this guy and face the next to the part that I hear people say, and I thought it was about this nearly to what if a guy just doesn't have it up two home runs or walks two guys in a role on eight pitches. And you can't figure out how often do you see a guy just get taken out for that reason? I I mean, I don't think people say, oh, we see. What got? Yeah. But have you seen them come out after two batters? I haven't he walks through batters. He's still in their face the third. So that part of what is this guy gets this and doesn't have it. I don't see that happen. All that often. Anyway, I'm more. I'm more concerned about how it's going to work with..

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WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:30 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Do I think Jamal items plea any of these guys is going to make a difference one way or the other? I don't. Because in the NFL. It's simple my friends on he talks. So I'm not necessarily the biggest believer in jets making a play for levian bell. Just goes against everything. I believe is fat. And if I were running a team, I am not paying somebody else's running back. No matter how talented they may be because it's only a matter of time before that running back falls off a cliff and postseason should give you an example of why the running back position can be a very very replaceable position. Look it to two teams L point in the final four. The Rams the chiefs and the division around games. The Rams took a running back who is on two different teams and random around him. Great and C, J Anderson. Ken city had the suspension of Kareem aunt he's out. Damian Williams who is the fourth string running back in Miami. Couple years early. Williams went off for a couple of weeks. You could find running backs. But if it's Levy on bell, whoever the tough free agent may be no this understand this you want to get them pain. That's all live at that ain't gonna be Jamal Adams pep talk or Jamal Adams, Pat on the rear end. That's gonna be the determining factor. Money talks. What did they say in Jerry Maguire? It's all about the Benjamins baby. In a league of which you'll have guaranteed money, guaranteed contracts. Yeah. It's all about the Benjamins. But said to Atlantic Island, New jersey, Joe up next on a foul is up gel. Hey JJ. What's happening? What's happening? Joe? Sort of the Knicks before. One pick and. Filming favorite? Does he on being picked their Atlanta potentially could have is the two and even the tend to top ten picks? The Knicks would you consider tradenet pick for those. No, absolutely not. No, no, no, no, no gel. There's no way in the world do that. This is a top heavy draft. You wanna get to game changing player you want to get the franchise defining type player. No. I'm not looking for. I'm not looking for quantity. You know what? I mean. I'm working for top notch quality, no questions as no debating it Barrett or Williamson and the story really does he have to develop a three point shot. I think he's going to have to work on his jump shot. It's gonna come with time. But if you look at certain guys over the years Yana, spinning example, we'll Braun being an example, you can work on your jump shot. Well, bronze jump shot is four better now than it was five years ago. Then it was ten years ago. You. Yada, yada. Right. Exactly. You can't teach that y'all. And that's why I VAR j Barrett. I agree that RJ Barrett is NBA ready. The guy has a jumps McGrady Taibbi reminds me, Tracy McGrady. I could say that Joe. He's got the versatility. He has a game that is definitely suited for the modern day NBA, but at the lettuces, and like that you can't find it doesn't grow on trees. You can't teach. So as right now. The number and picking a draft. I still will debate the merits of bear Verizon, but it's going to be very tough for me to pass on Williamson. Yeah. I agree. And one more thing you think the jets a sitting at three April. I that's a very very good question. Joe? Very good question. I think the jets we'll have to see I what they accomplish in free agency. Because remember a lot of holes on the good news. Is you got a lot of money to float around a bunch of different places. So I've got to see how they're going to address the defensive line how they're going to address their offensive line. What kind of skill position players in a free agency crop, which by the way? Doesn't have a whole lot of top notch free agents available. You're not gonna find that. Defining type player, for example. Whitworth. I'm sure you guys Rinaldi articles now and I remember coming on the air. About a year and a half ago was almost two years ago. Actually, it was the what was it? The winner March of twenty seventeen. Yeah. That makes sense because it's went Brandon Marshall signed with the giants. I remember come on here saying that's a hideous signing. That's dopey signing. That the giants priority needed to be on offensive line. You'll go in Andrew Whitworth is done in Los Angeles protecting Jared gov. Play like Warner best left tackle football. See that's an issue for the jets. They don't have that sort of crop of free agents available. Throw the money round. It's almost like a bad year to be a team with all sorts of cast bass bought get quality players on his team. Sometimes it doesn't need to be the sexiest of off seasons. Why do these teams that dare I say win free agency every now and again it works. Denver Denver had Peyton Manning. Denver had a bunch of pieces already. So they brought in a totally they brought in a DeMarcus where they already had a cord area had nucleus in place. But the team that's just trying to put themselves on the map the team that's trying to. Work their way into prominence. Best way to go about it. It's not always via free agency. That's the way to build your team. I said all and basically every sport gotta draft. Oh, that's something jets done a very poor job of the last couple of years. And that's where if you want to look at this organization moving forward. Adam gauge new head coach mcadoo sticking around as you general manager he hit on Sam darnold send is going to be a very good quarterback. It's a nice place to start. But it's not time for this general manager forget about first round picks. He's found guys in the first play tomorrow Adams could play. Williams can play. He's got find guys in the mid ramps. He's gotta find contributors. Guys. We're going to be on this roster beyond that I contract. The winning teams in his league do it over and over and over again. So we spend a lotta time on levian bell and recruiting levian bell. And how that's got to be a priority. And I understand the argument that look there aren't a lot of great free agents out there. He catch the ball out of the backfield. He's proven commodity, and you have the cash base. Sure. That's just not my top priority from the team because I think running backs a very replaceable walk around football. The LA Rams less Todd Gurley. Tiger early. Running back in the sport. Right. I know argue is they replaced them against a top five defense. C J Anderson. One thing that would concern me, and I've not been one of these guys that has been beaten drum killing the atom gays, Marcus. I watched that on gays coaching Miami thought he did a decent job going through. Some of the interviews today with Danny amendola who I guess was down radio row. Trying to sell whatever product he's trying to sell. I have no idea, but he wouldn't answer any questions. I guess. Wouldn't give Adam gays ringing endorsement didn't necessarily throw them under the bus. There's no denying the fact that the Miami Dolphins in the last three games quit on the head coach they quit in the fourth quarter. Minnesota to quit autumn against Jacksonville. They quit on week seventeen against buffalo. And that's something he will need to learn from. Forget about his relationship along with Sam darnold that will be fine. I'm gays worth with every quarterback. He's been around from panel hill Wassim Cutler who loves them manning who loves them Tibo. You never all the quarterbacks of Adam gates. That's not your problem dolls gonna love Adam. Yes. What is he going to command the locker room for fifty three men that we got do? You are one is league. Can't just be. Oh, I got this. Great relationship my quarterback. No. You gotta be able to command every guy defensive lineman. You'll linebackers. The wide receivers. The winning coaches in this league do it over and over and over again. That's going to be your biggest question with this. Ed Koch not Xs and os, not the development of the quarterback not clock management that game management. You're not gonna have situations where Adam gates next year where you have Todd Bowles reincarnated we down eleven points with four and a half five minutes to go. And you're putting the football fourteen tech. You're not gonna see that with this couch. That's good. I question, I wonder about okay. Can he handle the modern day NFL player? Not just the quarterback. But one through fifty three eleven thirty three here on this Wednesday evening. It's JJ after dark, John jastremski. Kimmy company right here on the fan. Eight seven seven thirty seven sixty six sixty six a lot more on Super Bowl fifty three lot more on Anthony Davis. And we'll chat figure out if it's the Lakers of buzz for Davis between now who knows maybe ended his show. Maybe the NBA.

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03:35 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Radio engineers, sound quality engineers, what is this guy. Doing just standing in our camera shot with his giant tablecloth of shirt. Make sure everything sounds, okay. Okay. Very good. He didn't get radios. So STAN Van Gundy is with us and we have been remiss. Okay. And I'm sorry standing Gundy is not said anything anywhere on any of ESPN's one million platforms about the Anthony Davis situation. I don't know what he thinks. So let's begin their stand. You saw that happen. And you thought what? Well, a few things I think first of all I think fans and everybody else can be assured that nothing like this will ever happen again with a player publicly requesting a trade that fifty thousand dollar fine on Anthony Davis. We'll be makes twenty three and a half million year, the deterrent value there. So so strong. This'll be the last time this happened. So. So I think you can be assured of that it's sort of a mazed me, the the resentment that's out there by a lot of people both fans in media about this whole issue of the players are controlling where they wanna play in who they wanna play with. And he's forcing his way to LA in the whole thing. And I'm just wondering why it's so upsetting to people that someone would try to take control of their own careers. I mean, most people do that. But for some reason with players, and I think we know in the NBA that a big part of it is race. But people get very upset about the players controlling this thing. And then I love the the last thing is I just love all the trade talk because people want the super teams, and so the trades they propose like Boston. You would get either Jason Tatum or jail. Elon Brown and Marcus smart in a in a pick. Yeah. That would be great. And then the guy right? Imagine what Boston would have you? But New Orleans isn't going for that, you know, that the Lakers might have to throw in Brandon Ingram with with Lonzo ball, and Kyle Kuzma might this guy's one of the players in the league. And then my favorite line from one of the articles is a wrote about some tradenet forget, which one that New Orleans would be well within their rights to ask for player. A and b New Orleans can ask forever. The hill. I want to ask for their within their rights. It's almost like people have this idea that New Orleans has an obligation to accommodate Anthony Davis. Look what Anthony Davis did in Rich, Paul? I have no problem with as a matter of fact, I think it helps the team in a way because they let them know right away. New Orleans can trade him to anyone they want to trade him to he's got this year and next year. They don't have to limit themselves to anywhere that he wants to go and they're going to make the best deal for themselves. And I personally don't think they'll probably make it by the trade deadline. They increase relaxing yesterday. They should ask for LeBron. Well, you know, what that's where you would start him. I think people talk about Boston. No you'd start with kyri. And then and then if not basically for Anthony Davis, you if you're going to protect one guy, you basically have to offer up everything else, particularly now at the trade deadline..

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"tradenet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"tradenet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Radio engineers, sound quality engineers, what is this guy. Doing just standing in our camera shot with his giant tablecloth of a shirt, make sure everything sounds, okay? Okay. Very good eating Doritos. So STAN Van Gundy is with us and we have been remiss. Okay. And I'm sorry standing Gundy is not said anything anywhere on any of ESPN's one million platforms about the Anthony Davis situation. I don't know what he thinks. So let's begin their stand. You saw that happen. And you thought what? Well, a few things I think first of all I think fans and everybody else can be assured that nothing like this will ever happen again with a player publicly requesting a trade that fifty thousand dollar fine on Anthony Davis will only makes twenty three and a half million year, the deterrent value there. So sick so strong. This'll be the last time this happened. So I think you can be assured of that. I it's sort of amazing me the the resentment that's out there by a lot of people both fans and media about this whole issue of the players are controlling where they wanna play in who they wanna play with. And he's forcing his way to LA in the whole thing. And I'm just wondering why it it's so upsetting to people that someone would try to take control of their own careers. I mean, most people do that. But for some reason with players, and I think we know in the NBA that a big part of it is race. But people get very upset about the players controlling this thing. And then I love the the last thing is I just love all the trade talk because people want the super teams, and so the trades they propose like Boston. You would get either Jason Tatum or. Jalen Brown in Marcus smart in a in a pick. That would be great. And then the guy right? Imagine what Boston would have. Yeah. But New Orleans isn't going for that, you know, and that the Lakers might have to throw in Brandon Ingram with with Lonzo ball, and Kyle Kuzma might this guy's one of the players in the league. And then my favorite line from one of the articles is he wrote about some tradenet forget, which one that New Orleans would be well within their rights to ask for player. A and b New Orleans can ask through over the hill. I want to ask for their within their rights. It's almost like people have this idea that New Orleans has an obligation to accommodate Anthony Davis. Look what Anthony Davis did in Rich, Paul? I have no problem with as a matter of fact think it helps the teen in a way because they let them know right away. New Orleans can trade him to anyone they want to trade him to he's got this year and next year. They don't have to limit themselves to anywhere that he wants to go and they're going to make the best deal for themselves. And I personally don't think they'll probably make it by the trade deadline. They increase relaxing yesterday. They should ask for LeBron. Well, you know, what that's where you would start him. I think people talk about Boston you'd start with kyri. And then and then if not basically for Anthony Davis, you if you're going to protect one guy, you basically have to offer up everything else, particularly now at the trade deadline..

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Anthony Davis, New Orleans And STAN Van Gundy discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:22 min | 3 years ago

Anthony Davis, New Orleans And STAN Van Gundy discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"STAN Van Gundy is with us and we have been remiss. Okay. And I'm sorry standing Gundy is not said anything anywhere on any of ESPN's one million platforms about the Anthony Davis situation. I don't know what he thinks. So let's begin their stand. You saw that happen. And you thought what? Well, a few things I think first of all I think fans and everybody else can be assured that nothing like this will ever happen again with a player publicly requesting a trade that fifty thousand dollar fine on Anthony Davis will only makes twenty three and a half million year, the deterrent value there. So sick so strong. This'll be the last time this happened. So I think you can be assured of that. I it's sort of amazing me the the resentment that's out there by a lot of people both fans and media about this whole issue of the players are controlling where they wanna play in who they wanna play with. And he's forcing his way to LA in the whole thing. And I'm just wondering why it it's so upsetting to people that someone would try to take control of their own careers. I mean, most people do that. But for some reason with players, and I think we know in the NBA that a big part of it is race. But people get very upset about the players controlling this thing. And then I love the the last thing is I just love all the trade talk because people want the super teams, and so the trades they propose like Boston. You would get either Jason Tatum or. Jalen Brown in Marcus smart in a in a pick. That would be great. And then the guy right? Imagine what Boston would have. Yeah. But New Orleans isn't going for that, you know, and that the Lakers might have to throw in Brandon Ingram with with Lonzo ball, and Kyle Kuzma might this guy's one of the players in the league. And then my favorite line from one of the articles is he wrote about some tradenet forget, which one that New Orleans would be well within their rights to ask for player. A and b New Orleans can ask through over the hill. I want to ask for their within their rights. It's almost like people have this idea that New Orleans has an obligation to accommodate Anthony Davis. Look what Anthony Davis did in Rich, Paul? I have no problem with as a matter of fact think it helps the teen in a way because they let them know right away. New Orleans can trade him to anyone they want to trade him to he's got this year and next year. They don't have to limit themselves to anywhere that he wants to go and they're going to make the best deal for themselves. And I personally don't think they'll probably make it by the trade deadline. They increase relaxing yesterday. They should ask for LeBron. Well, you know, what that's where you would start him. I think people talk about Boston you'd start with kyri. And then and then if not basically for Anthony Davis, you if you're going to protect one guy, you basically have to offer up everything else, particularly now at the trade deadline.

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