35 Burst results for "True Professional"

Judge Cannon Is Showing Her Compromised Colors Says Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:23 min | 3 d ago

Judge Cannon Is Showing Her Compromised Colors Says Glenn Kirschner

"Jill wine banks tweeted outrageous. Yes, I know I'm shouting. I don't do it often but judge cannon is shocking. Why have a special master if you plan to run the review yourself, will the special master resign? I guess we should not still be shocked at something that unqualified Trump appointed judge will do. But give us your take on this. Yeah, if judge cannon is trying to prove to us that she's compromised, I think mission accomplished. You know, it really is pretty outrageous that she would appoint judge Gary, Donald Trump's pick as special master and judge deary said, okay, I'm going to need some things so I can conduct a sorrow professional informed review of the classified documents Donald Trump stole from the government. I'm going to need the Department of Justice to certify the accuracy of the inventory that, you know, the items that they seize from Mar-a-Lago and I'm going to need Donald Trump to do the same. And judge deary said, yeah, DoJ can certify the accuracy, but I'm not going to make Donald Trump do that, which is just, it's inexplicable, and I'm looking for ways to explain it other than judge Geary is not impartial is not competent and is in some way compromised.

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President's Cup Was a Snooze Fest

Fore The People

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

President's Cup Was a Snooze Fest

"All right. The president's cup is over. Praise the lord what a snooze fest that was. Kevin kissed her once again proves that he is the greatest partier on the PGA Tour, probably the only person that's ever played professional golf that can hang with John Daly. Kevin kisner and the United States team dominate the international, I think, in my opinion, that the international team was gifted a couple matches in order to get that shit to Sunday. I don't think that that was legit. Like, they could have buried them if they wanted to. They could have buried them alive on Saturday. They chose to drag it out to Sunday. I don't know. I don't know why. I'm not sure. Who cares? I don't know. This all speculation. This is a speculative pod, not a fact based pod anyway. Do you have any kids or the ultimate champion this past week?

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Dr. Oz, Herschel Walker Are Fighting Their Way Back

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Dr. Oz, Herschel Walker Are Fighting Their Way Back

"Doctor Oz Doctor Oz is a hell of a candidate Look how he's fighting clawing his way back He's up against the media He's up against 60 $1 million in dark money And he's fought his way back and when you hear him speak either on Fox you've spoken on my radio show a few times He knows the issues He's very articulate He's very intelligent I can't predict if he gets elected how he'll be necessarily but I know he'll be better than fetterman In many ways in many ways so that's one Suck at another one Herschel Walker Is there better candidate To run against the radical left wing communist Democrat Then Herschel Walker I don't think so As a 100% name ID in Georgia he's a son of Georgia Heisman Trophy winner fantastic professional football player Very down to earth He may not speak like a British prince but he speaks to the people and he speaks from the heart and he knows of what he says He's not a politician He's a good candidate and he's in the fight So

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I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 5 d ago

I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

"Fascist hate women. I'm a little bit confused. They've elected a women, a woman premiere for Italy, from a party with fascist roots. Nobody better tell them what the roots of the Democrat party are. Let's talk about all that and much more. In fact, real fascism in America with somebody who is, well, he's a professional troublemaker and that's why we invite him to guest host here on America first. Uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen, welcome in studio one on one. I get to be with you, Seb. Did I hear you say that you're moving to Sweden next week? Not moving, but we'll move across the pond or visiting relatives. I have relatives in Sweden and barbarian. Are they fascist barbarian Vikings? Barbarian Vikings they carry axes and they put the banners up and everything. Yeah. I can't wait because Sweden, as he also said, we're all talking about Italy, but before that Sweden elected a very extreme right neo fascist party. Because they believe in God, it was other problems. I think there was pretty much they believed that crime and uncontrolled immigration and all of the woke politics that were destroying their country were probably a good thing to stop. Do they believe Sweden is good? Do they believe in the country? Is that the issue? Is that why they're fascist? Because they believe in Sweden? You know, this nationalist thing. I think is wonderful to watch because it's okay to love your country. It's okay to believe that your country has something special. We do, and we have good reason to Sweden, can again, and they want to. So does Italy. Good on them. So maybe they should have, let's do a bit of consulting for them. They could come up with some kind of political catch phrase like make sweet and great again. Something like that. I make Italy great again. That's catchy. I think it's going to work because they've already started. That's the good thing. The people saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean,

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Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting

"In 33 states clergy are exempt from laws requiring other professionals like teachers and physicians to report information about alleged child abuse For example a recent AP investigation found that a Mormon bishop in Arizona failed to report a church member who had confessed to abuse Court documents revealed that a church lawyer had advised the bishop not to report the alleged abuse to civil authorities because of Arizona's clergy privilege law Over two decades state lawmakers have proposed more than 130 bills that would amend child sex abuse reporting laws to include clergy But they failed due to opposition from religious groups I'm Walter ratliff

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Two people claim the $1.34B Mega Millions jackpot and vow to split the prize, Illinois lottery says

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Two people claim the $1.34B Mega Millions jackpot and vow to split the prize, Illinois lottery says

"Two people who wish to remain anonymous claim a massive lottery jackpot Illinois lottery officials say the two winners of the $1.33 billion mega millions drawing have claimed their prize opting to take and split the lump sum payout of more than $780 million The lottery says the pair has spent the past few weeks working with professional legal and financial advisers on the claims process The jackpot the nation's third largest grew because there were 29 straight no winter draws from April 15th until the July 29th winner The winning ticket was sold at a gas station in a Chicago suburb

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Caller: Today, Evil Is Loose in New York City

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

Caller: Today, Evil Is Loose in New York City

"I live in New York and living here my whole entire life, 66 years. So I know when it's been good and when it's been bad and I lived through all of this, what I see, how happening in the streets is that the evil is loose, there's no restraint on them because they feel like they're complexion is that protection and they do whatever they want because once they get in front of the judge and the prosecutor or whatever, they play the victim card and then you got the little legal aid hugging them and robbing them and it's sickening. It's sickening. There's no discipline. There's no restraint. And Kathy hochul. She's just, she don't care. She don't have to live a day by day. She don't have to take the subway. So you don't have to walk the street, looking behind the scene, who's walking around with a freaking pipe who's walking around with a freaking axe. She don't have to live this way. It's terrible. And you say yes, back in the days, the people came out and they voted for common sense, Rudolph Giuliani, but tacky those people are gone. They moved away. You know, you know, Kathy, I have got to talk about on a personal level. You have to understand something. As a kid in Ohio, I dreamed of living and working in New York City. To me, it was like going to Oz. Getting to work and live in New York City was like visiting Oz, it was seeing the best in the world, the best restaurants the best theater, the best professional sports. There was nothing like getting to New York for a broadcaster. Kathy and it breaks my heart to say this. I can't get out of here fast enough.

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How Training Often Stifles Creativity With Harry Mack

The School of Greatness

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

How Training Often Stifles Creativity With Harry Mack

"The way that music is taught and probably other art forms as well or anything that might be under the umbrella of creative work, it sort of taught in this way where you, okay, let's say you want to be a musician and you're a child, then often very quickly your parent will say, okay, well, maybe, but we're going to have to get you some music lessons. You know, we're going to have to get you with a professional so that you can learn the right way to be creative, right? When in reality, every child is creative, like I was banging rhythms on my high chair tray, you know, and I didn't need anybody to give me permission to do that. And nobody, but what so often happens is the child is banging rhythms on the highchair trade. And then intervenes and says, oh, maybe you're interested in music, stop that because that's probably not right. Let's go structure it. We'll get you with a professional who will show you the right way to do this. And then so often what happens is maybe the student gets with a paired with a teacher, maybe it's not the best fit, or maybe it's not the best teacher. Who knows? Or maybe it's just the wrong time for that child to be learning in that particular way and they struggle in those lessons and they don't necessarily get very far and then they get frustrated because suddenly what was a very intuitive expression of creativity is now it's like that's not it and you have to do this now, right? Sure. And so that's frustrating to a lot of young students I think and then what ends up happening is they decide at that point will music's not for me. Interesting. You know, where this creative expression is not for me or art or anything or even somebody who wants to create a podcast or build out a business like you've done, I think a lot of people have already decided while I'm not creative, therefore I can't do that. And I don't actually think that's the case at all, I think it's, again, it's just this, from a very early age, you're getting these messages that there's a right way to be creative and a wrong way. And you have to be taught the right way. And I think that sort of gatekeeping almost to creativity causes a lot of people to be turned off from it.

How Training Often Stifles Creativity With Harry Mack

The School of Greatness

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

How Training Often Stifles Creativity With Harry Mack

"The way that music is taught and probably other art forms as well or anything that might be under the umbrella of creative work, it sort of taught in this way where you, okay, let's say you want to be a musician and you're a child, then often very quickly your parent will say, okay, well, maybe, but we're going to have to get you some music lessons. You know, we're going to have to get you with a professional so that you can learn the right way to be creative, right? When in reality, every child is creative, like I was banging rhythms on my high chair tray, you know, and I didn't need anybody to give me permission to do that. And nobody, but what so often happens is the child is banging rhythms on the highchair trade. And then intervenes and says, oh, maybe you're interested in music, stop that because that's probably not right. Let's go structure it. We'll get you with a professional who will show you the right way to do this. And then so often what happens is maybe the student gets with a paired with a teacher, maybe it's not the best fit, or maybe it's not the best teacher. Who knows? Or maybe it's just the wrong time for that child to be learning in that particular way and they struggle in those lessons and they don't necessarily get very far and then they get frustrated because suddenly what was a very intuitive expression of creativity is now it's like that's not it and you have to do this now, right? Sure. And so that's frustrating to a lot of young students I think and then what ends up happening is they decide at that point will music's not for me. Interesting. You know, where this creative expression is not for me or art or anything or even somebody who wants to create a podcast or build out a business like you've done, I think a lot of people have already decided while I'm not creative, therefore I can't do that. And I don't actually think that's the case at all, I think it's, again, it's just this, from a very early age, you're getting these messages that there's a right way to be creative and a wrong way. And you have to be taught the right way. And I think that sort of gatekeeping almost to creativity causes a lot of people to be turned off from it.

Roger Federer says he is retiring from professional tennis

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Roger Federer says he is retiring from professional tennis

"Days after the end of the U.S. open which is expected to be Serena Williams final tournament Roger Federer says he is retiring The 41 year old has won 20 Grand Slam titles but has not competed since 2021 when he lost in the Wimbledon quarterfinals and soon after had his third knee surgery in a year and a half Two months ago Federer said he hoped to play at the all England club one more time and that he returned to tournament play at the Swiss indoors in October but he is now tweeted his farewell event will be at next week's labor cup in London I'm Sagar Meghani

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FOX News Exposes DoDEA Equity Chief Kelisa Wing for Anti-White Posts

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

FOX News Exposes DoDEA Equity Chief Kelisa Wing for Anti-White Posts

"Oh the Department of Defense The education officers and lengthy history of anti white racism I'm sure she put that on a resume And that's why she was hired The chief officer of diversity equity and inclusion at the education wing of the Department of Defense has recently come under fire after Fox News uncovered a trail social media posts and children's books that disparage white people I don't know why she's not a host on MSNBC Kelisa wing kelisa wing a self described woke administrator who oversees the K through 12 curriculum offered a Department of Defense dependence allegedly wrote a series of anti white messages in various social media fora dating back to at least June 2020 I'm so exhausted at these white folks In these professional development sessions she wrote this lady actually had the audacity In other words Caucasian To say that black people can be racist too she posted I had to stop the session to give Karen the business We're not the majority We don't have power Meaning caucus a combination of Caucasian and audacity say racially charged term used to express frustration about white people and they're supposedly shameless displays of privilege and racism according to dictionary dot com Wings other anti white posts on Twitter and elsewhere include being antiracist means being active against racism you will never arrive stop centering this on whiteness I'm exhausted by 99% of the white men in education and 95% of the white women Where can I get a break from white nonsense for a while

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David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

"I am talking to the authors David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom of a new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church and the New Testament. And at the end of last segment, I was just I was mid rant. I was ranting because I get that all the time, where people who have spent decades, let's say, on as Bond Hoff or scholars or whatever. And they look at someone who has a BA in English and they say, what right do you have to write about this? And you realize that's kind of the problem is that it's very rare that you find an academic who can write on a popular level. We could almost analogize this to the experts who hate Trump because he is in a career politician, but I won't go the second. No, no, no, but it's exactly the same principle. It's precisely the same principle. It's like somebody says, I am a professional politician. What right do you have? Well, the founding fathers created a situation where average people are supposed to govern themselves Cincinnati and his plow, you come, you serve, and then you go back. The idea of the career politician, the professional politician, it's the same misunderstanding that you have in the world of writing and the academy. It is. And this is true of law books, they're written to other law professors, not even to practicing lawyers, law professors. And they're elitists and showing off. The same thing, I don't think the theologians are showing off. But they do ride on a higher level of some commentaries are more light level. But one thing I learned to bridge this gap is I, one of my early mentors said, I said, I don't understand this commentary. I want to understand this, commentary. Well, I mean, I've been steeped in it for 20 years. You'll get more. The more I read, I do get the jargon. Well, here's a great thing. I think I can introduce readers. We can introduce readers. And she's been into this too. It my behest, of course. I deserve all the credit. And we can introduce readers to the brilliance of commentators by kind of rewording what they say. And then they would never even hear these people, you know? And there's some great ones out there. I don't know what you think. Well, I think of it. Well, John Macarthur and what a jerk. Yeah. Actually, I like John Macarthur very much. He's amazing, but you just, but you actually, you touched on something. And this is why I get so animated about this. You're doing exactly what I do in most of my books. You are a popularizer. You're basically saying like, look, I'm not going to spend 30 years studying this, but I don't need to God didn't create me to do that. Other people have done that. What I can do is read their stuff and help allay reader understand some of the best of what they have to say. And that's what I do in most of my books and it's exactly what the two of you are doing in these books. I know that for a fact. I mean, as I see it here, I think that that's exactly what you're doing.

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Chad Jackson on Stopping the Race Hustlers in 'Uncle Tom 2'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Chad Jackson on Stopping the Race Hustlers in 'Uncle Tom 2'

"We were never taught that America was bad, and there we were not Americans. Just part of the trailer for my former Salem colleague Larry elder's new movie. It is the sequel to the amazing Uncle Tom. Uncle Tom two, you've got to watch it. And we've got with us, one of the stars from the original, he's the apart from Larry, of course. Sorry, you sage. He is the best part of the original movie, Chad Jackson is gonna talk to us about why they had to make a sequel. He's now a co writer, co producer. Welcome Chad to America first. Thank you, Sebastian for having me. So I want to talk about my initial reaction to what I've heard about the movie because I haven't seen the whole movie, although I love the original one, but tell us about your story and what you expressed in those little vignette interviews from the original one about your life and your understanding of black man's place in America and whether he needs to be a victim. Yeah, totally. So, you know, they put forth this narrative, the left, that the only people who are interested in conservatism or preserving America are middle aged, old white guys. And so what Uncle Tom did was it put forth the reality that now, as black folks, we two hold conservative values. And so what the film was able to do was to innocence showcase black people from various backgrounds myself included of how we love this country and how we too are conservatives. And so to your question about why we felt the need to make a part to whenever it comes to a lot of these liberal black professional race hustlers, they like to project what they do onto black conservatives, namely that, as black conservatives, we suck up to white people. And so it was important that in Uncle Tom two, we show you that these are the real sellouts.

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The Horrifying Medical Mutilation of Our Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

The Horrifying Medical Mutilation of Our Children

"It's another issue that I wish Republicans would talk about is the medical mutilation of our children. There is a fringe organization out there, which I believe has ties to the pritzker family, only because of where it's located and amongst other things. And also the pritzker's have a huge trans activist in their family called W path world professional association for transgender health and they are recently, they have recently announced that they probably will at their upcoming conference change the guidelines of what will be acceptable for breast removal and other just unspeakable medical procedures. Surgical procedures on children. Now, I say it's fringe because it would be considered a fringe group if it wasn't taken so seriously by children's hospitals. Children's hospitals then look at W path, the world professional association for transgender health, which by the way used to be called the world gender dysphoria association, just an interesting side note. They then look at these guidelines, the children's hospitals like Boston's children or Seattle's children or Chicago's children's hospital. I think it's called northwestern something. They have a leading children's hospital Phoenix children. And then if the world professional association and transgender health lowers their standards for the age, they then follow suit.

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Libby Emmons Shares a Development in the Transgender War on Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Libby Emmons Shares a Development in the Transgender War on Children

"We have an expert here to help us unpack this. Libby emmons from the wonderful website, the post millennial joins us right now, Libby, welcome back to the program. Thanks so much, Charlie. So Libby, walk us through this story and tell our audience the significance of them changing their guidelines. So W path, world professional association for transgender health is coming up with they have some new guidelines. They are set to release them pretty soon. They're having a big conference up in Montreal, the weekend after this one. With doctor Rachel Levine as a keynote speaker, I'm sure that's very exciting for everyone. So the new standards of care standards of care 8 will be coming out. And they do, as you say, lower the age guidelines for some of these very invasive gender transitions for kids, medicalized gender transitions for kids. There is a lowering of the recommended age for young girls to get double mastectomies of their healthy breasts in order to make them appear more male, that age goes down to 14. The age for hysterectomies and vaginoplasties goes down to 17. And as you say, yes, children's hospitals across the country, many across the world use these standards of care that wpath puts out to guide their practices in performing surgeries and giving these kinds of drugs to kids.

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How to Score Low at the Reese AFB

Fore The People

00:59 sec | Last month

How to Score Low at the Reese AFB

"You guys don't play Reese. You guys don't play Reese Air Force Base. First, that was at a better harder course, but I just had to pound Ed, but Reese Air Force Base is I'll probably play there tomorrow with my guy ram. In the winter time when the fairways are dormant, there's a couple drivable par 5s. So you can have a couple punch. I've multiple occasions. I have three putted for birdie at Reese. And there's a hole that's about four 97. If you get the alternate wind and it's dormant, all you have to do is get an airborne and there's a good chance if it rolls through the rocks. It's going to go on the green that you're going to have a putt for a double eagle. So you guys need to come here for a confidence booster. And then the other hole, you wouldn't think it's drivable, but if you go right enough, there's an abandoned F-16 runway and you can hit it on that and you can roll it on the green. So you can put for double eagle. Multiple times on that golf course. So I'm just saying, 61 may sound good, but I think I broke. I think I broke in 67 times.

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Joel Dahmen on How Hard It Is to Caddie

Fore The People

02:44 min | Last month

Joel Dahmen on How Hard It Is to Caddie

"You're right. You caddy for Brandon harkins last week. You caddy for your boy Brandon on the corn ferry tour. Caddy and gives you a whole different perspective, doesn't it? Like it's art. It's way harder than play it. So being a pretty good tour player last whatever 5, 6 years, brand was my best friend, wanna help me out. Anyway, Dan, and he needed a new guy on the back for a week. And I said, look, I'm there. So I flew up there, do it. And he was like, hey, do you want to do you want to carry bag? And I was like, dude, if I can't caddy and Boise, so it's like it's a old golf court, so like greens and teaser next to each other. It's flat. There is like one hill. If I can't make it up a hundred near the pill, I got the issues. I'm in the prime of my life. I'm 34. I am clearly jacked. I got it all. So I cared for 9 holes on Tuesday, but you get so much downtime on Tuesday and you're really getting numbers and you just put in the well you kind of like clicks the balls and chug it back to them and you kind of like laugh and giggle the whole time and it's fun. It clearly Brandon's really good a call. He was in the rich of the year race. His first year on tour and he'll be back. He's good. But I'm cat in. So it all of a sudden like the lights come on. And it's Thursday, and I said, I was in the final group on Sunday at the USO Saturday at the U.S. open. And I was only I was more nervous on the first tee shot with a four off the tee that I wasn't at any point in my last year. Yeah. Because you have no control. What are you doing? Like, yeah, here's the right club, but if you don't hit it well, I'm to blame because there's a caddy's job to be blamed. So then so I like run down the hill. I want to get there. I want to get the number right. I haven't carry yours book in 5 years on tour because, like, that is great. I don't even know how far it doesn't matter. I just listen to him. So now I'm doing numbers. Now we're elevation in Boise, so now we're calculating 5% to 7% to possibly ten late afternoon. I'm doing all this stuff. In my head, while I started to maintain a normal caddy world with a heavy bag, my right shoulder, my right hip, my right ribs are now breaking because I'm terrible. And I'm doing this whole thing and I'm like, all right. And he's like asking questions. And I'm like, yeah, pitch you a chat, definitely fishing watts, love that. And he hits in and comes up in like a front bunker plug. I'm like looking back and like the worst call elbow at a 9 hour little green. What are we doing here? So that was an experience

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Remembering Playing Golf in a Nuclear Missile Alert

Fore The People

02:43 min | Last month

Remembering Playing Golf in a Nuclear Missile Alert

"That was the year, that was the year that everybody thought we were going to die because they sent the nuclear missile from North Korea. You remember that? I was unbelievable. So I was staying out in ease Tom Lulu with one of my original backers. And we're saying out there and we get this so I have a leap tea time. It comes in the morning and we're saying another player harkens and his wife and a lot of weights up. There's like is this man like dude nothing like over go downstairs and it's like not not fun downstairs like the 11 cup of coffee like all right one I don't think it's happening because just like what America just shoot to sing down like if we know what's coming like, I don't know I believe in America so much like I think it would just shoot this thing down and be fun. Okay and then we're staying with this. My backer very wealthy individual. He's like, oh, we'll describe a fucking bone. Not gonna leave and it'll be fine. So now we're fine. But then it was like, okay, well, if we're why are we drinking coffee at 8 a.m.? We're really going down. Why don't we grab some bottles of booze and get after the safe lot three hours and really enjoy our time? That's where I was. That's a hell of a deal. It was terrifying. Honestly, we were staying there on site and that was the first time that year that I was on the final group on a Saturday. And I was playing with Brian harman and Zach Johnson later, like 2 o'clock, whatever's late. And I played my ass off the first two days, and then sure enough, the one time I get in the final group, the world's gonna end and there's a new coming. So this nukes coming from North Korea and you remember the sirens that went off in Honolulu. They started. I was part of outside of town. I didn't know anything was happening now, but it really according to the hotels. It was mayhem. So you missed all of the craziness. I was down there, I was down there, they had like a little player breakfast thing in the hotel set up. I was down there just getting some coffee, and then I started hearing this siren. It was that. And then I looked out the window and you know they had the dolphin area, whatever. And then people started running, like sprinting, like old people, old fat people started running spreading in all of them where I was like, what the hell is going on? What the hell's going on? Like, you don't see old sad people running around all the time. And then people started running by me and then somebody said, there's a nuclear missile coming this way. And then the loudspeaker said, you know, emergency emergency, take over ears, nuclear missile, headed this way, and I was like, what the hell?

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"true professional" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"Today's episode is brought to you by the advancing podcasting community at advancing podcasting dot x. y. z. Because why would do anything normal. It's a special community just for listeners. And readers of podcast quantifications and it's populated by like minded working podcasters. Just like you. Who also want to make podcasting better. You're already listening to the show. So why not extend the conversation and your influence on the future of podcasting. Join us today and advancing podcasting dot x. y. z. Hello and welcome to another podcast quantifications with me. Ego tara surgeons aren't only trained in how to hold a scalpel properly. Musicians aren't trained only on how to pluck notes on a guitar and writers. Don't just study the alphabet or take how to type classes. You know this. I know this because these are professionals. And we know that these professionals like doctors and musicians and writers and podcasters all study their craft because like any other profession these people are professionals and they treat it as such a can't pick up just a handful of knowledge here and there and say i've got this. I think we podcasters should be adopting the same philosophies about that. He's not enough to simply no proper microphone technique. And how to talk into your yeti. I suppose or that minus is the right number of. It's true but you need to know all of that. I guess without a doubt and lots more things but those lots more things are legion. A lot of people either in podcasting for the first time or who've been doing it for a while kind of forget about or prefer to not think about all the other aspects but reality is while it's easy to get started with some pieces of knowledge gleaned from various places it will only get you so far and to become a pro. You've got to go further in your studies. You've got to really study the craft of hod casting now. I see this happen. A lot of times when professionals from other media jump into podcasting and that's fabulous because if in fact that is you and you've been on the radio or tv or you made films or produced other sorts of things. You've are already ahead of the game because you bring skills with you to the table but you've got a lot more to learn. Let's just take radio for a moment if you were used to producing audio content already. Great you probably will out edit out engineer a lot of the other people that are in podcasting but there's more to podcasting than just audio production for example. You gotta right. We're talking episode notes. We're talking articles we're talking social copy. Graphics have to be designed for the show itself or the individual episodes further website for the social media platforms. And there's building out that website. There's marketing the show. Then there's liaising with other podcasters out their business. Planning all of that podcasting is still. There's a lot that goes along with it. If you're doing a solo you have to master all of these techniques. You can't just be good at one or two of them. I suppose you could hire some firms out but to really learn this and to really know it completely. You have to go study if you're part of a team that's fantastic. They can help you do that but all of it has to be done in one of the best things you can do for yourself is have an understanding of all of you. Don't have to be the best at all of it but you need to deeply understand it and you need to be able to jump in in a pitch in a pinch and do something. If you can't it all has to be done. Well the full encompassing piece of podcasting and all has to be done. Well if you truly want to call yourself a professional hot caster so where do learn all of this stuff. What can you do. And i get it. You're asking that question and look. There are a lot of professionals out there who've built curriculum that encompasses the full wide breadth of podcasting. It's not how to get started. Podcasting that by definition is not comprehensive. But there are people are professional podcasters who built curriculum around the entire art and science of podcasting. Their coaches are podcasting coaches. Who've been doing this for years who really truly have mastered the art. They give one on one sometimes even apprentice level training for people. And yes you can do it through reading lots and lots of material you have to be very discerning because not all material printed or posted on the internet is even close to accurate but you can learn this on your own. You just have to be very discerning and you don't really have a path or a guide to follow but there are lots of ways to do it. I'm not making a recommendation of which one you should do. I am saying however if you wanna call yourself a true professional podcast or you have to know more. You can only hack your way through so far at some point you're going to need a guide or that's a person or a list or something else to help you get to where you want to go. You know there's that old saying that oftentimes just boil down to the last part. But i'm gonna say the whole saying for you. And that is if i've seen farther than others because i stand on the shoulders of giants so learn from those who came before learned from the tools and techniques and mentality is out there already and make something better in the end. Oh and by the way no no no. This does not mean. I'm about to start a comprehensive podcast training program though. I do get that question quite a lot. So i don't know maybe i should rethink that at some point in time in the future but not today not today. It's enough for me to give you these world these pearls of wisdom and you can go do something with them on the other end at any rate. If you've got any value out of today's episode you can give me some value in return by going to buy me a coffee. Dot com slash. Yvo tara. that's it. I shall be back tomorrow. We'll get another podcast on vacations cheers. Podcast quantifications is written and narrated by eva. Tara he's on a mission to make podcasting better links. Everything mentioned in today's episode are in the notes section of your podcast listening app. A written to be read article based on today's episode is available at podcast quantifications dot com. Where you'll also find a video version and a corrected transcript both created by allie press podcast. Pontificate actions is a production of simpler media. Find out more at simpler dot media..

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"true professional" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on KTRH

"The more the signal will be sent is this I'm stretching this a little bit, Botanically speaking, but it will send a signal to the plant to stop sending them sideways or standing. The more you proved at the base, you know, and you take the pumps and sports out There is a signal sent to the plant going. You know what Every time I send this arm out this way he takes it off. So forget that I'm going up. It will eventually do it on its own with enough careful pruning. I don't work for me that Yeah. You did not need to time together. Just don't hesitate to take out This implies toe. Oak trees, too. You know if you had a limb hanging and you you're worried about putting at the wrong time of year random limbs. Can be taken off any tree. Any time of the year is really not gonna hurt it. It's the major pruning that needs to be done at the right times the year What's strange that we are able to, um Keep talking about the pruning season because it's never gotten normally We've been talking about 90 plus degree days here in May. We haven't had that. And because of what happened in In February with the freeze. It is really kind of extended the pruning season, but only if you're using a true professional company to do that, like Affordable tree service. I'll be blunt. There's only ones I trust to be pruning trees right now and into June. But you've got to be on their schedule. And yes, they're backed up. So to speak a lot of service companies that we have recommended this radio program because of February freeze they have Taken on a whole lot of work from Garland. And they may not be able to get to tomorrow, but they will get you on the schedule and the least you know, affordable tree services trusted to be pruning at different times of the year, Not just any fly by night Treat company. I haven't said this story..

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"true professional" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"true professional" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Like Ryan Getzlaf, too, To be honest with you. He is really better suited Dad. But both of those two guys, I mean, you look at both of the careers of a Ryan gets laughed and Patrice Bergeron, I look, it produced Bergeron because I think he is the pinnacle. Of a two way player that's played in the last 10 to 15 years. This guy is has been a true professional. He has helped the Boston Bruins win the Stanley Cup every year. We talk about him for the Selkie. I don't know how many. How many silk is has he won? You know? I think six or seven He is a tricky one. That many. Yeah, he's he's won at least six or seven cell keys, and he's been involved with many others. He is he's, uh, Dylan Cousins has a really bright future. And we here in Buffalo should be very pleased with the character of this young man, because when I say character, that's what we need. We need more players that play like him that care like him that are willing to do anything for the team first. Okay? Not individual. Not a. If I get more goals I'm gonna have, you know, bigger contract? No, it's about the team. It's about winning. It's about doing the things that takes to win. And, uh, he has been. He has been probably the brightest star that we have all watched this year, and I'm gonna tell you we're going to see some really great things from Dylan cousins moving forward. Four cell keys and a king Clancy. So five trophies. So you're right. Here is 55 when I say that Stanley Cup When I say seven. I think he was nominated for seven. That sounds right. E mean, he got on the cover of the NHL game, Did he? Not? So I mean, that's an award in itself, too. I think so. Right? Um, instigators Andrew Craig. W g r 5 15 minutes. She just you know that the embedded Will air tonight at seven p.m. on the sabers, the officials sabers YouTube channel. Then you can catch it on their Facebook and then later on at savers dot com, So make sure you check it out. I look forward to seeing this because I really do enjoy Watching Dylan cousins, but I think I really enjoyed meeting him when he was first drafted, and he did say Patrice Bergeron, If you recall which video Yes, I think we're on the same page with that. But I do know here. Jeff just threw in the rundown. If Bergeron wins the Selkie this year. It'll be the most cell keys ever. So Okay, There's that That's so he s o. You said Bergeron currently has how many 54 Yes. Four. So, so he's tied with Bob Gainey. Um So who who right now? Would be the lead candidate for for the Selkie. I can't. I don't know that I can personally make the argument. Um, but someone threw Sidney Crosby's name in there. Mm. And I mean, I threw his name in there a few years ago. He was like, plus something, and he had, like 90 points. And I just wonder like, why is he always overlooked? I mean, Nice plus nine this year, But there was a year where he had 100 points. He was plus 18. You know, but I mean, sure that I want to put Sidney Crosby in the Selke Trophy candidate. That's just me. I don't I don't I don't know why. But I just don't see, um Did you put him in the heart candidate this year for the heart? Yes. I mean Malkin's missed 21 games. He's missed a lot. You know, and the team is still very relevant. And he's leaving. I guess I would ask you, Petey is, you know, going back to the Selkie? Would you put me on dry cycle in there? Right now. We second in the league. With a plus 27. 23 goals. 66 points 46 games Plus 27. He plays 22 a half minutes tonight. Killing penalties. Yes. How can you know it then? You then you How can you stone you have Mark Stone. In Vegas 18 goals 53 points plus 26 46 games. He's another guy that you have to put in there. And then we talk about our boy, Patrice Breeze. Bergeron. 18 Goals 41 points plus 25 47 games. I think those three guys right there would have to be Two of your top Players for insulting I have an issue with the Than Ah, lot of these awards, Craig. I mean, I really do. Do you without looking Do you know the exact definition of the Selkie? It's it's awarded to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game. Just I mean, why is Patrice Bergeron Because he gets he gets almost a point a game, and he's really good defensively. Is that the only reason why, but he's not. I don't think Is he the best Shut down guy in the league. Like like, Who's Who's the best player? In the league to put on Conner. MC David, I want to know that that's your Selke Trophy winner. Okay, I would take me personally. Would take Patrice Bergeron. And Brad Marshall. Yeah. You know how we not How we not taking Brad Marshall and putting him in the sultan. I think that's a bigger question. He puts you know, he is is incredible. Incredible. 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"true professional" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"In instincts To defeat defense. Yeah no one full season. This year was fantastic but it was just that one full season plus couple of games last year. It'll be interesting. It'll be interesting to see where mack jones lands will be interesting to see how he does at the next level. And it's time to take the new england patriots end to the move the sticks bodyshop and buck. This is a car that ran smoothly for about twenty years. Little hiccup gotta get this vehicle back up and running here so we've got some work to do. Yeah we got plenty of work to do. I think when we look at the needs it has to start at the quarterback position We can talk about cam. Newton and those other things. We need quarterback to address when he wide receiver edge. Rusher linebacker in corner. Basically the entire team needs to go and get overall trying to work on that while we haven't body show the body we talk about the engine being the draft. That's how you get this thing really rolling here so for this exercise book. I know we've talked a lot about on the show about maybe moving up potentially for a quarterback. Let's say they can't move up. Let's say the patriots are stuck there at fifteen. What are they. I think they have to address the defensive. Well let's go to cornerback because quarterback is the most important position in this defense. Because they play so much man to man about greg newsom from northwestern and when i look at greg newsom the reason why he really fits in new england. He's a versatile player. This guy they can do anything that you see on the island. He can play bump he can play off zone. He has good instincts in awareness to me. His game screens patriots player. Yeah football smarts that fits right in line with the patriots. Wanna do and somebody that can find the ball very well We to pick forty six again. We haven't able to address the quarterback position and it could fall this way. So let's let's look at some other areas of. Let's go receiver and let's go rondell more who to talk about versatility all the gadget stuff you want to do with him. Fly sweeps you can throw him in the backfield. Just get the ball in his hands in the fun begins and this new england offense has always been at its best. When it's been built inside out join retires buck and we can slide rondell more right in. You know you'd be probably the most dynamic slot receiver that they've had in. Debt is an impressive accomplishment. When you consider wes welker julian element troy brown. He's the most explosive when it comes to his speed quickness bursts he will give them an added dimension on offense for sure i. Can we get a quarterback here. I know we haven't got worse for soviet anybody. Yes so we're gonna take more. We're gonna take cal. Trask with third round. Pick ninety six overall and the reason cal. Trask is a nice fit is because we have seen them operate as a distributor in this office. And we understand. Josh mcdaniels can tweet assistant to make it where it is all about. Getting the ball out led the playmakers. Do the work they upgraded the playmakers around the quarterback with the two tight ends jonnu smith hunter henry some of the weapons on the outside. Nancy you just need a playmaker that can get it to them and let them go. To work of. The couch was certainly fit that role. The little buzz and league circles patriots a lot of homework on contrast all right. Let's get to their last pick here. We're going to do today. Pick number one twenty. And i'm gonna go to south carolina linebacker ernest jones and the first tape. I watched on jones actually was against florida book. He can play on. The line of scrimmage plays over tight ends man. He beat up cockpits pretty good in that game. At the line of scrimmage very physical. He's got stopping power as attack where he hits guys. It is over to me. I think some of that versatility. Some that physicality would it be appreciated by the new england patriots. That's why have ernest jones going to pick one. Twenty one thing you know about the patriots day. Like heavy handed linebackers. They believe that their physical neon toughness gives them an edge over everybody as earns jones. Jane is exactly what the patriots Position there you go. We've got the patriots. Take care of here today and the body shop immediately. Recognize the talent. Love is off the charts to rare rare physical specimen. Sometimes you think. He's supernatural possessive downfield. I did not know that. Justin had a background in baseball. I met at a youth camp. You can see athleticism him early. He was able to move really well plan baseball. He was really fluid motion. He went to the next level in baseball but his heart was set on football. Just to watch him brought back and throw the ball down the field. You had somebody. That's pretty special anytime. You have a quarterback that can throw the ball the way he could. You know that things are in store that delivered was already there. I think he's just match with having a quarterback just fields. You thought outside the box for some. We put in power read. He went sixty yards to the house. It was getting bored highschool. You needed a new challenge at the leap eleven competition for a lot of time with a counselor. This summer at eleven. He's got that if quality either where they'd make everybody around him better his size power output speed and then crops like you. Don't most of those guys butcher have a big machete and they chop up very rarely do find these players. they're also surging spe know how to handle the tiniest tool that can save your life and he really approaches this crap with a burning desire to get that or go to the vcr. Did these very poised very steady. As ronald he six. He's two hundred and twenty five pounds. Smart is really really accurate. Okay coach. that's because this you watch him on tape and you just see this strong powerful light so hard to bring down in the pocket. I was so impressed. Then you get to see him in person he gets to meet him and he's focused and he's determined and he works hard and he comes out here. He competes and you can see why guy like justice was able to play on such a big states wants those moments. It's been an awesome experience for me to be around him to be in the film room to get up on the whiteboard and talk through everything. He's already approaching things like a true professional with his work. ethic is mature he just. It was all business. I mean he just always wanted to continue to get better back an competitively tough guys. I've been around just went through adversity through georgia getting ear changing schools. This is a tough tough guy who has been very dependable for us. Thanks very you're fighting. This is a position where you have to be a tough guy physically and mentally. He's tough man's got all. The different things happening is like these. Adult britain resolve toughness. That i'll stanford right now. He'll be a wild success in the nfl. Because you know the team that gets justin's gonna really like you'd pay through ceiling..

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"true professional" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Million dollars. How did he get himself in that much trouble. Yeah that's a. it's a tough story you know. I can only comment on. What i've read you know of is speaking publicly much detail You know he has a ten point something million in assets and then what. You just listed liability You know he's in the middle of the forty seven million dollar contract with the sharks. You know it's a it's a tough situation It's chapter seven bankruptcy in northern california's where it was filed. And quite frankly. I don't i can't have a whole lot more to it and i don't know how you get yourself in that kind of money trouble but You know it was interesting. He had a good opening game With the sharks and someone kind of asked him you know how he felt you know hinting at the bankruptcy thing and he said he's the best. He's starting a long time so i guess for him. Personally it's a big weight off his shoulder even though there's obviously a lot going on behind the scenes eddie. S still deal with. Let's talk some hockey. We've got the teams. We got new. Nhl divisions. Tell me how you see at breaking down this season. Well you know it was always unknown. Before right i mean parody is really crept into the game salary cap You know jane in and everyone has basically similar. You know budgets to work with And now you throw this kobe situation and re jigger divisions and and you know a shortened season and you don't really know How guys came to the shortened camp in terms of you know mental and physical in shape right. Well we're just gonna see what happens. But i think it's it's very very unpredictable. What might happen going forward. You certainly have your elite teams or your thoughts of elite teams tampa bay lightning in a heck of a job to get back. Those bubbles you know and win the cup that they certainly deserve to win and they look like a very strong team coming back. And you know you got teams like philly is on the rise and and Vegas you know. I think they're very small. Great sharp outfit. But what i. I'm really interested and i think it's going to be a whole lot of fun. Is this north division where it's all canadian teams battling every night and You know that's just kind of a fun thing for the league and you kinda luck into that to have all those teams in one division. I i don't know if they wanna do that going forward. But but on a nightly basis every single canadian matchup is two teams against each other. That arrivals and i think that's extremely fun to watch some of the young players. We should keep an eye on for the season. Yeah i think. I think you're right. You're right on the terms of who not just who but the fact you should be keeping your eye on on players because they really are the future of the game and they. They're making an impact you know more and more every season and you look at toronto and that that do old matthews and martyr. They're off to a pretty nice fast. Start and i got the old greybeard joke thornton model left wing with those two that are gonna learn from a true professional but you know at the end of the day. Those guys are going to be lighting up the scoreboard and fun to watch. I don't think you can forget about connor mcdavid with the edmonton oilers. You know they. They've got three other. I four but you know he's. He's a spectacular talent. You know really even into as prime yet with the things he can do You know so. He's a guy that can continue to watch. And you know the the young guys are sprinkled around the league. You got You know the rangers broke their number one. Pick right into the lineup and guys play now. Eighteen years old. You can almost count on the first six or seven picks of draft playing in the nhl the next season and that sort of what we're seeing again. What about dark horse team that. Maybe we should watch that. is not expected to maybe do so well but will surprise a lot of people. Yeah that's a great question. You know the The ottawa senators weren't invited back into the bubble They were one of the seventeen just their season ended march levent than they weren't invited that and They made a lot of moves. They added a lotta grit and toughness to their team. And i'm not saying that. They're you know cup contender and i'm not even sure how much they can push for the playoffs. But i think they're gonna cause a lot of trouble in that north division with those canadian rivals. They just have a greediness about them that that says to me that they they might be a big surprise because you know they were a bad team now. A team that. I think that surprise. I wasn't a bad team. Is the pillow flyers deal with a lot of talent and and the washington capitals. I like them too. I love the fact that they fired feeder. Lot you'll have to take over behind the bench coach or a veteran team You know their people will say that their window is closing. I don't know that that's necessarily the case. But i think that's a team that could threaten all year long you know it's it's not in your category of surprises. Maybe but i think it's a team to keep an eye on in about thirty seconds. Tell me about the two outdoor games. The nhl will play this season. Well i assume you're you're of the once in tahoe right. Yeah so it's unbelievable that they you know we're able to you know kinda told us plan off because you know they're gonna drop it. Nhl rink You know I guess the sixteenth seventeenth holes of golf course that has picturesque views of lake. Tahoe and They're gonna play a couple of games bringing two teams out from the east boston philly. And there's a match about west of colorado and vegas and they're just gonna play one game each and You know there won't be fans. I mean it's it's i remember years ago when outdoor games came about and we just kinda had fun a guy who wrote about what all funny places you could maybe drop it. Nhl rank and it was just for fun and places like yellowstone park or central park in new york and you know red square and russia. Well well this is just like that. They're just dropping it a rink right in near lake tahoe for the picturesque views. And everything. and and no one's gonna be really be able to attend the game that i know of and they're gonna play these games and it's gonna look great on tv and so You know to those. Does the leaks coming up for something. You know beethoven a year win. Well ross. thanks a lot. Take care and we'll talk to you down the road. Ross mckee and again writer for the san francisco chronicle covering the nhl we continue with more of you and sports. Byline sam's new projects needs a project manager right away if she's going to manage to hitter deadline it took an extra week to get approvals but they still want the original delivery date. I guess figure something out. It's time to hire. I need indeed. 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"true professional" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"true professional" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"That skill requires too much effort. It's too scary case. So there's that that's the mindset that you guys are subconsciously dealing with that is what's holding you back from ever becoming anything remotely resembling a true professional so as you're going through this process realize what you're doing is you're just trying to avoid actually learning the skills necessary to be a professional. That's all you're doing overcomplicating it. I have to say you know. Sometimes you guys get stuck thinking you've got to be like a master scripted person to have success. I love hearing. The transformation has coaching clients. Send me recordings of their calls. It does not take that long from for. I'm call number one to seven appointments. Predictably you don't have to be perfect at it. You earn while you learn what you earn while you got so we did that. We had her first year when we were in our early twenty s. Basically right out of college but so. Here's here's the point. I was trying to make so. If if you're you spend all this time all this money all this ridiculous. Bob hope you. You're having to breathe constantly in the hopes that someday some you not you know basically had to eat your cat because you've some you know what i'm saying two years from now you've made it now some of these leads. According to what somebody told you are going to start turning into transactions and maybe you pick up one or two. What's the probably view to stay in the game long enough to afford that. Not just generate more leads. And i'll make the statistics work for me really. That's what you're gonna do. Why waste your time. Why don't you instead of hoping and praying that one day one of the lead you generate that incredibly unmotivated become something why don't you instead call from the multitudes of lists of people who have their hands in there right now saying i have a house to sell. Please help me see here. Why aren't you doing that listeners. I don't get it you only. How many leads do you need to take five listings totally. I mean exactly. You need thousands leaving. It's more interesting in. Most of these guys are blessed with the sell price..

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"true professional" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Day out constantly sort of building up your audience. You get to start, you know, then paying you subs, which is month over month subscription that are coming into you, and then you start adding on to it donations that you're getting for a lot of people. That's where the big bucks are coming from. Not necessarily striking it big in Esports. So okay because they found like a professional, a true professional athlete going through for like football, basketball, Whatever. Whatever. You're right. You essentially go from high school to college, maybe opt out of college to get drafted early, and then you kind of become a player. And then afterwards you might have the chance of becoming a coach, coach or an analyst or something. Something like that. I think What's really interesting about this e sports take is that you can go and compete. You know, in some high school stuff, and then really in college, you start turning the sphere into it because there's there's Castor's There's analyst there's designers. There's like every sports team employees, their own social media team. Right light. It's a whole industry unto itself, and I think it's and then there's even the people who don't want to become professionals. They just want to do. Uh, twitch streaming. My girlfriend's brother is like not necessary. He's not a big streamer right, like he's just a kid who does it from his home, and he makes like three grand. Month from just twitch now and and that's something that I think A lot of people don't understand is like your ninjas or your summit. One g. I, Joe. I just looked up right now. The number one twitch streamer on Twitter. Going to current sub count is Nick marks here. 42,137 SUBS subs subs Holy now That's between the three different tiers 49 99 2049, but each of those minimum $5 minimum $5. He gets half of that. So at minimum, he's bringing over 100 Grand. And a month on subs alone.

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"true professional" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In and day out constantly sort of building up your audience. You get to start, you know, then paying you subs, which is month over month subscription that are coming into you, and then you start adding on to it donations that you're getting for a lot of people. That's where the big bucks are coming from. Not necessarily striking it big in Esports, So okay. Because they found like a professional, a true professional athlete going through for like football, basketball, Whatever. Whatever you're writing, you essentially go from high school to college, maybe opt out of college to get drafted early, and then you kind of become a player. And then afterwards you might have the chance of becoming a coach, coach or an analyst or something. Something like that. I think what's really interesting about this e sports take is that you can go and and compete. You know, in some high school stuff, and then really in college, you start turning the sphere into it. Cause there's there's Castor's There's analyst there's designers. There's like every East boards, team employees, their own social media team. Right light. It's a whole industry unto itself, and I think it's and then there's even people who don't want to become professionals. They just want to do, uh, twitch streaming. My girlfriend's brother is like not necessary. He's not a big streamer right, like he's just a kid who does it from his home. And he makes like three grand a month from just twitch now and and that's something that I think A lot of people don't understand is like your ninjas. Or your summit? One g. I just looked up right now. The number one twitch stream are on Twitter. Going to current sub count is Nick marks here. 42,137 SUBS subs subs Holy now That's between the three different tiers 49 99 24 9, but each of those minimum $5 minimum $5. He gets half of that. So at minimum, he's bringing over 100 grand a month. On SUBS alone. Kill.

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"true professional" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Com. Made right in Louisville, Kentucky. All right, we'll take your calls at 808 238255 grab a line and by the way at the bottom of the hour We're going to have our friends in from Toray. You say what what at to raise the squeegee have been talking about. It's a true professional tool. And, Ah, that doesn't mean you need to be a professional tohave the great results of using in that to Ray Squidgy, and we'll be talking about cleaning windows, how to do it, how to do it properly. And if you want to use the jaws window cleaner that streak free in a net or a squeegee, zip zap, you'll get it done. But ah, that will be our conversation at the bottom of the hour will get those windows in shape. How's that? All right, Let's get back to the phones here and you congratulate. There's one for you. It's Ah, Ryan Ryan, welcome. I have to go on, Gary. Yes, sir. Flying. Okay, so I have We have a home that we moved into just a few years ago. The shower is the little anyway, tiles and I'm getting a lot of micro cracks within the actual tiles themselves. My question is, Is there a product or something that I could use to feel that? So that they don't continue. Or do I have to just rip everything out? I think I can meet you halfway. Okay? Um, usually when towels crack Ah, Ryan, it is a sign that there is a structural failure or the base is not a supportive as it should be. And you put stress on the tiles, and they start getting microfractures or even larger fractures. So quick answer is, yes. If you really want to solve the problem, you tear the whole thing out. But there's a couple other things you can do. Um The first thing would be Ah, if you wanted to have I talk a lot about dice coatings in a roller rock and spread stone. But those cannot be used in a shower or tub. They could be used on the floor of the bathroom. Ah, and there wouldn't be any patching really involved. It's a thick coating is thick is a credit card. And it's literally ah acrylic resin in micro Ground rock or stone. That can be rolled on, but again can't be put inside a shower. Ah, one floor bathroom in our shower. It's a pain in the camp, except okay, so you could take it up to the shower. But after that, you're kind of you're kind of stuck. There are places that do Ah, finishing of bathtubs and shower floors. Fact I had Mike Tubbs done. It's AH proprietary product. It's not real thick. It's really good. Ah, a poxy type pain, which would seal that up. Um and I don't know if they can patch that or whether it would feel up. It'd be worth making a call to and it's miracle method. I know you have one in the Cleveland Akron area. Um, I would call them Let them take a look at it because it's still going to be better and tear it up, right? Yeah. I'm trying my best to come up with the waves, but I don't have to do that yet, Right? Right. So, so we got a couple options there. Um, you know, I would call miracle method. Let them take a look at it, and they could do the whole floor and the shower pan. Area or if you wanted you just the floor and maybe the shower isn't so bed. There's also product out there. Bye. It's actually made by Chimney R X, But it is a clear it's actually milky White that dries clear and it's a crack ceiling for mortar. With cracks less than 1/16 of an inch..

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"true professional" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on 600 WREC

"By the way, this was brought to you by Zoller pumps and that some pump is 10 years older order. It might talk to your Palmer about Zoller pump that if you don't have a backup Well, I can assure you need one of those. So I was checking out a Zoller pumps dot com. Made right in Louisville, Kentucky. All right, we'll take your calls at 808 238255 grab a line and by the way at the bottom of the hour We're going to have our friends in from Toray. You say what? What at to raise the squeegee I've been talking about. It's a true professional tool. And that doesn't mean you need to be a professional tohave the great results of using in that to Ray Squidgy, and we'll be talking about cleaning windows, how to do it, how to do it properly. And if you want to use the jaws window cleaner that streak free in the notary, squeegee, Zip zap, You'll get it done. But ah, that will be our conversation at the bottom of the hour will get those windows in shape. How's that? All right, Let's get back to the phones here and you congratulate. Here's one for you. It's Ah, Ryan Ryan, welcome. I am doing here? Yes, sir. Flame. Oh, okay, so I have, um, we have a home that we moved into just a few years ago. The shower is the little anyway, tiles and I'm getting a lot of micro cracks within the actual tiles themselves. My question is, Is there a product or something that I could use to feel that? So that they don't continue. Or do I have to just rip everything out? I think I can meet you halfway. Okay? Um, usually when tiles crack Ah, Ryan, it is a sign that there is a structural failure or the base is not a supportive as it should be. And you put stress on those tiles, and they start getting micro fractures or even larger fractures. So quick answer is, yes. If you really want to solve the problem, you tear the whole thing out. But there's a couple other things you can do. Um The first thing would be Ah, if you wanted to have I talk a lot about dice coatings in a roller rock and spread stone. But those cannot be used in a shower or tub. They could be used on the floor of the bathroom. Ah, and there wouldn't be any patching really involved. It's a thick coating is thick is a credit card. And it's ah litterally ah acrylic resin in micro Ground Rock or stone. That can be rolled on, but again can't be put inside a shower. Ah, one more my bathroom in our shower if pain can accept, Okay, so you could take it up to the shower, But after that, you're kind of you're kind of stuck. Ah, there are places that do Ah, finishing of bathtubs and shower floors. Fact I had Mike Tubbs done. It's AH proprietary product. It's not real thick. It's really good. Ah, a poxy type pain, which would seal that up. Um and I don't know if they can patch that or whether it would feel up. It'd be worth making a call to and it's miracle method. I know you have one in the Cleveland Akron area. Um, I would call them Let them take a look at it because it's still gonna be better than tearing it up, right? Yeah. I'm trying my best to come up with the waves, but I don't have to do that yet, Right? Right. So, so we got a couple options there. Um, you know, I would call miracle method. Let them take a look at it, and they could do the whole floor and the shower pan. Area or if you wanted you just the floor and maybe the shower isn't so bad. There is also a product out there. Bye. It's actually made by Chimney R X, But it is a clear it's actually milky White that dries clear and it's a crack ceiling for mortar. With cracks less than 1/16 of an inch. Which it probably weird for you. And it's Claire. Yeah, Okay. I don't know. It's chimney are ex dot com. It's mortar joints and crack sealant. You just put it on with little brush. And you're not really coating the tiles per se, because it kind of weeps into these real small cracks and just seals. Um, it's not prevented from pranking further. I don't know you know what's causing all that? But it's probably the base so all these air maybe a little stopgap, but The coating with the miracle method. I had two tubs done about well about last October. And man, they look beautiful. Well, thank you so much. All right. Good luck to you. Already. Alright, Ryan, take care. Alright. Ah, by the way line open for you if you'd like to grab one and say How are you? Good. How are you doing? I'm good. The reason I'm calling is I have a doggie door that been there for about 30 years and over the years. I don't know if it's been ground shifter. What? But I'm seeing a nap around the edge where the flap meets the frame, and obviously it's three leaving a male path for heating and air conditioning. So I'm losing that. What can I do? I do like a cock or something that when it goes back and forth, it's still with the slippery enough that it won't hang. Well, is the so I'm not. I don't have a dog that has a doggie door. So help me with this When that When a dog goes through the door, it swings both ways. Correct. Correct. OK, and its just not setting properly. Is that what it's doing? No it it's setting too easy. But when it said it's leading AA AA gap, Teo that I can see daylight through all the way around, and it didn't used to be that way. So it's not setting properly. Is that fair to say it's not going back far enough? No, it's it's doing what it's supposed to do properly. It's swinging properly. It's coming back to neutral properly. But In and Receding itself. It's not. The gap is appearing. Ah, that indicates on air pass. Okay? So it's It's not on the frame against the breaker against the wood. No, no. Have you ever seen a doggie door? Yeah, Yeah, I've seen it, but I'm having a hard time. So here's here's a couple of things and you can tell me if it's gonna work because you say talking, but I don't know, talking really wouldn't work would it because My nose steals everything up. I just did. I need something to feel but also be slick show that the slap Still has an easy travel. Ah!.

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"true professional" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"You're listening to the National Secular Society podcast hosted by. Emma pocket. Queen. Elizabeth. The second is now the longest reigning monarch in British history and one of the most popular. But what will happen when she eventually dies well, Prince Charles. Simply succeed to the hereditary throne and carry on the same old tradition. We'll email to be anointed by the Bishop of, Canterbury, in Westminster Abbey and will he assumed the title of Defender of the Faith and supreme? Governor of the Church of England, we'll Britain's political establishment continued to be Anglican monarchical and general stuck in the nineteenth century. I'm joined today by Graeme Smith CEO, Republic Republicans, a member based pressure group, which calls for the abolition of monarchy and the substitution of an elected head of state, as well as for an elected House of Lords Grandma, and I will be discussing how close the links between the monarchy and the established church why we should cat and whether secularists need to be Republicans. So I'm joined now by Graeme Smith of Republic I'm Graham just starting with the most. Question in a way, should the abolition of the monarchy pianist shoot the support of secularism are concerned about? Yes. Absolutely. I think that. You know. I would say everybody should be concerned about it but I I. The monarchy as a quasi religious institution and the it's very much bound up with the established church. The Queen of goals is the head of the church. England, and it know the family. Even if we sort of pay separated out the crown from the church I think the Family itself is very much part of the Pasta Christian tradition. And you only ever, GonNa get that that same family in that position. Underlying this. If you look at the Oth, the Queen took back in nineteen, fifty three when she did her coronation. About God not so much about. Democracy and modern values I. Mean, it's is asked by the archbishop will. You do your utmost. To maintain the laws of God and the True Professional. Gospel. So In, a modern age I think that. All religions should be equal. They should be a freedom of faith and I. equality of beliefs, and you can't really do that. If you've got a head of state here is absolutely wedded to one religion. Absolutely. And I mean not just to freedom of faith. But freedom not spirit of cases well would be part of that. Yeah. Well, I mean I'm not surprised that when Queen Elizabeth's school hosts, it didn't sound very democracy after to rule the monarchy is a very old fashioned institution. Isn't it? How close you said? The family is part of the church tradition. What are the specific ways in which the monarchy is is close to the established The Queen is head of boasts she's defend the face on the Anglican faith. But other other links you've just look. So of officials societies, you might call it..

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"true professional" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Very young at the lump. So no, I don't mean his entire time. And I remember he got the Marlins job, So I've seen a lot of them. But, you know, I'm very happy for him, and I know how much It means to him, especially as a Bay Area native, Anna Callum have a portfolio of assignments that he has, and I think he does. Ah, terrific, especially in college baseball, which I got in the way from I mention that I called tonic games for Stanford, and they were terrific when I was a student. You led by Mike Messina and some other outstanding players, but How was baseball? Very entertaining, you know, hit the top cell in a town like l. A just with so many professional sports, But any time I'm flipping around, Rob, she's calling you gay meeting Perfect Whole network or ESPN. You And it's college Baseball watch, So his versatility is terrific and real happy for everything he's been able to achieve. There you go. Versatility but again, not as extended as Brian Weber's getting into table tennis and getting into the hell of water polo and the bad. I've done arm wrestle. You want to hear that story? I love it yet. Go ahead. You guys, We got three minutes. Lead me on this. Okay, So I sort of yada yada yada and why I moved down to l A. So at a unbelievable run. I achieved everything I wanted to the way I wanted to. You don't ever say your dreams out loud, but the goal was. Can I get a job? In northern California without having to leave you. So I thought maybe Sacramento would be Ah, possibility. And I was working in San Francisco when I was 23. So on the luckiest guy in the world, but After nine years and new management and new bosses and things changing, and you think maybe there's more to life and the relationship I had at the time was Well, we really You know, the girlfriend wasn't that happy working every holiday and every night, but you know that the business we've chosen, so I'm totally done with broadcasting others and doing Ping Pong flush table tennis for tennis channel and a couple events. When I'm going full time to graduate school, USC former producer calls me says I package it event. I think it's the perfect for because I know you're a huge professional Westling fan. I need somebody to come in and yell, I said, wants to get your arm wrestling. I said I'm in. So the only problem was I looked a little too suburban. I just a little too clean cut, he said. Pay 500 bucks. And another 200 bucks. If you get a crew cups here down way, did it at the plaza there in Vegas, It was called Gaza. Larry Manetti of Magnum P. I theme was working some hours, agreed or hew. My Colorado's I've never seen this playing in there somewhere SportsNet, but Yeah, my resume. I don't put that the top of the resume. But if I'm going to read the entire laundry list of sports has called I have done arm wrestling. Tell Roxie to top that. There you go. It's all over. I mean, I'll bring Jerry Allen on. Just t Tell him that one. That's outstanding stuff. All right, Bryan Webber really? Only about a minute or so ago. I'd love to get you back on his time flies when you're on. I knew it would because there's so many things that you've done that. I I just enjoy going up. You know this alley that alley but real quick, this Raider team, they've done a ton of stuff. Last year's draft I thought was outstanding. You know, they've got an incredible free agency class coming in, led by, of course. Grabbing one of the better linebackers in the game. Cory Littleton away from the Rams Quiet tasking from the Bears. I think this team's legit your take on the Raiders really quick in a minute, Okay, and I'll do it quickly, and it's the answer. You know, it's all dependent on Derek Carr. Now. I don't think he's going to be pushed out by Marcus Mariota. But And this gets dreadfully boring, but but we don't have too much time. Look at the contract. If the Raiders want to break up with their car, they want to move on from him. Not that big of a financial hit doesn't hurt the cap too much, so not to be too dramatic delay that well, if you look at the Raiders roster Seven in the league in terms of talent overall, But I've seen car make too many bad decisions, especially in the red zone. I think it's a make or break year for him. And if not will. He had another quarterback for the Raiders moving forward. I agree with you 100 per cent. I think Gruden, you know knows Now that he has somebody that is capable that has played some NFL games. You mention Marcus Mariota? Don't know. You know how Good. Marcus could be don't know what the ceiling is. Saw him lose the job. Detainee. Oh, I'm sure he thought he'd get another opportunity opportunity. He didn't And, of course, with Derrick Henry signing the extension. That combination could be pretty solid, but I love to get you back on talk some NFL football down the line. Work around your schedule, Get you back on, but it's great to make your acquaintance and of course. Get you on sports. It's radio here in Las Vegas. My pleasure. I enjoyed the conversation any time. Have a great night. And thanks for reaching out as stand in great stuff from a true professional Brian Weber and the award winning broadcaster Brian Weber, and I can't wait to get Roxie backs on back on. In fact, I texted rocks and hopefully I can get him one early next week, and we'll be good to let him know that Brian Webber has experience arm rests and your kidney badminton water polo. As versatile as a sportscaster Khun B. And I Love those guys and just Lincoln..

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"true professional" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I played with Kevin Garnett no we didn't win the champions but he turned me into a true professional approach and practice the right way every day coming in with with the level of focus I remember being in the locker room the card network if we were laughing and joking I mean he would I mean he would let you would lady and two years and a couple other players and I remember him doing that and going okay no that this isn't a game like this there's a different level of focus there so I bring that up to say that there's a lot of learning that we saw from that we saw the prime due at a guy like Yanis could definitely take a lot away from all gold if you don't elsewhere would you want to see him Ryan Hollins be a member of the Golden State Warriors because I like right now and I've been at the superteam of actually like the super team I like right now though around the league gets a lot of dynamic duos right now there's not really trios in place yeah no I hear you in the one thing is that currently is a little older claims coming off injury trademark green you know how to add a less than amazing year this season so I don't think that that single I would get the same still as one Kevin Durant they join the warriors I I know some people try to make it the same but but it definitely wouldn't be the same will be more of a a young guy joining joining the other of the older guys over there I do like to do also with the one thing I don't want to see is a guy like Yanis I don't want to see people wasted which you'd want to see him in a position where he could realistically compete for a championship every single year and it's not to say that Yanis is the great the Kevin Durant realized he needed help to win a championship okay heck lebron James realized he needed help to win a championship and you can and you can say whatever you want Michael Jordan dot well knows that he needed help he would just blessed to be in a situation where Jerry Krause Robert got it quickly went out and got a feel Jackson right Ron Hartlaub when he got the warm from Detroit yeah you know what I'm saying so are you gonna be able to build around them and you give it a shot and if it doesn't work I have no problem with a clear call somewhere and yet you see in the best of the best compete I'd hate to see Kevin Durant having not won the championship in the careers gradient at the end I don't care how you got it what I ask you to put behind them I'm glad I'm glad you got a championship I like beer award goes out gives Russell Westbrook I tried to load up this is James harden would do everything I can because you're that good of a player for me to try to convince you get a championship Brian Holland zero dollars if you want to rank them one through three on how your your in your thought process most likely what a championship to least likely this year between the big three in the NBA right now the box the Lakers and the clippers how do you rank those three teams that are in this bubble right now our goal Lakers number one eighty eight everybody knows that the clippers a demonstrator all year long I'm I'm a put the Lakers there because I believe that the bubble championship that that the Mickey Mouse championship it has the effect of making outs yep if you're going to come back to experience I'm a look at the guy who played in nine different NBA finals and and who was planned like wildfire with what is being called out about the basic probably has access to any gym instability and work out that he had any any quite aware of the project I computer well most of where athletes number two I think the Los Angeles Clippers because white behind the project why limit then the baddest man on the planet the the sinister need the calls are we see them do it on the biggest stages and yes there's an Asterix was last year's championship when his numbers were compatible compatible Michael Jordan Hakeem allies want to Kobe Bryant Derek network we we could not take anything away from Kawhi Leonard and number three I I look at young about the cool part look at the box man a defensively that seem as fresh out of that that they run well they get out in transition it if they have a chance to blow through the Eastern Conference I think they're going to have a bit of a blowback yeah if if they play the Miami Heat all or the Celtics but I'm looking at the walk in the year that there happened and and and it's really hard to bet against yeah out of other people are like oh my what kind about but I don't think he's got a favorite to win a championship I don't think the second I think you third best but I really like Jana so what they're doing over there in the Western Conference if I tell you the Lakers nor the clippers got to the finals and clearly I think that that you know I put I put the Lakers in there not to like it's gonna be the clippers and that's what people get into Lakers or clippers but if I if you don't go with those two teams who's that thirteen that you look at it's at Houston with the the heart and struggles in the post season or is another team in the Western Conference come on bro you know here's the reality you just you just reach out that everybody came out with heavy legs in in Houston shop the air out the basketball you know that's the team that that you would absolutely hate that match up with why because they're they are the biggest wild card you could have in the playoffs if you seen the way that once they've committed to small ball what what you end up getting if they hit their three pointers is a headache because you can't tell the civil team James harden and Russell Westbrook but if they're missing three I mean it could be a landslide either way better but he in my mind is going to be fun basketball but that's a team of shooting the ball well you saw James harden's went out and lost about twenty some odd pounds he got in and shape I thought the Russell Westbrook that's like my little brother right there he's not working out even if it's that's a team that could benefit and they really feel like they have a shot to go out and win a championship and and it's a brilliant are orthodox style because you're saying Hey guys we have to buckle in one on one let's say Westbrook it's hot now I got to tell the difference over to welcome aboard let's say hard to get hot so that that's an intriguing our style of basketball that you have to play again and the toughest part to me you gotta hear this when I'm talking to Houston you may have to go in and brings your centers you may have to change your lineup up so that really concerns me if I'm a guy in a locker room and I'm gourmet we we don't have the personnel in the in the first grade to go well well what what we're not even bring it up we're not being who we are and sometimes with forty more sort of be yourself than to try to match the other teams in Natchez the level that the Houston Rockets presents for every single opponent that they play it how tough is it going to be for the superstars to stay in the Bible and they were I I gotta confess I got I got it did you not play ten years in the association and and you you really you don't see the real world as a as an NBA athlete you don't see how hard it is that that that everybody else has it but the guys who played overseas the guys who will play in the G. league and sit on a bus for for fourteen straight hours going to their next game or or you don't sit back in in in a coat C..

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"true professional" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

The Path Distilled Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

"And she tells you to get an acting. What are you GonNa? Do you'RE GONNA? Tell me more. You know like as a kid like it kind of one of those things where it's like that is obviously a sign in like I, said like again and again and again it was always just like. It was never easy like I. Tell some People Sawyer parts of a story now I. This was handed to you in like it was never easy like I did not have vehicle to get to these like my family didn't even have a car. Until High School Urnov in high school I think I was I was after Salem. I got my first vehicle. Like most people get their are when you're sixteen. I didn't even I was working like. You know at a Mexican restaurant in having all these. Crazy jobs and I got even have car to get to I'm just like okay. Maybe I'll meet someone. I can pay them gas, money or A friend and like a guest funny to take me to work in. Pick me up and. That kind of thing, so it was never given to me in it was. It wasn't easy, but it was very obvious when opportunity presented itself, and I was just in tune to recognize that and. Go along with it, you know. So. And so did the modeling come before after the management. So so yeah, see, there's so many moving parts story I always forget. So I was actually when I was in college. it was I was working at the agency and I mean before had taken a job at the agency like right before I met a friend of mine. I think because I work at a coffee shop I. Don't have an office work. A shop and I met this guy who actually got me on to this It was like a I. think we're modeling, clothes or something? I forgot. Was it for local boutique? It was nothing nothing crazy, but I took those a and then it actually caught the eye of friend of mine. which the photo of me in the readdress. That was the first. Photo that she had taken of me like perfect like that was the true professional photo that I have ever had of me other than the headshots and she just wants. She was like this up and coming photographer. Her name's Andrea Oh. My Gosh Angela Angela or Angelina I don't remember. She's GonNa hate me. But basically she took that photo of me, and she just wanted to build her portfolio book. You know it was just like hey. I want to do this and so she took that photo and when.

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"true professional" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"true professional" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"People's al who had to broker the deal could be I get George young to become the giants general manager in nineteen seventy nine I mean he literally presented both of the marriage with names choices instead okay what do think at least one to the other marriage of what do you think of these guys and it just so happened that George Jones was on both of the lists and and each one of their more independently agreeable like okay he's okay and Roselle said great I against what you said you're young you sort of George young was okay all right George young is the guy that's what you're going to hire I mean that's that's how bad the division was on I don't know in my mind there is no such division between the fifty fifty two from our ownership right now I I I don't know of anything that indicates there is a division of that nature whatsoever what it is a fifty fifty split which means there is nobody getting the tie breaking vote somebody's going to have to if there is a conflicting opinion somebody's going to have to bend and convince the other person that this is the way we should go well to to actually more serious matters I was saddened to see that Nate's holders four year old son has cancer and is undergoing surgery and you know our our best wishes go out to him you know sometimes we look at football players we think of them almost like robots on the field but they do have personal lives in I can't imagine what he's going through right now with that situation all at the end he has done a very brave job of putting on the best possible face she could to go there and fight with his teammates and and do everything that he can do to try to hold up his responsibilities as a pro football player Nate walks around and and again shows bravery every day you go up to museum say good morning how you doing he says things are going okay he appreciates when you ask about his family's condition but he doesn't really say all lot about it on most days because you know I I I believe that's probably how he gets through the day by not dwelling on it this is a guy who as you know he was up for the he was the giants nomination for the Walter Payton award humanitarian award the NFL gives out every year he is a terrific guy he is a terrific teammate he is a pro sprawl when it comes to what he goes on the football field his house is production suffered sure it has whether or not it was because of the injuries that he's undergone which he never talks about either or because she is how to win door some tremendous personal Borden which again he really prefers not to talk about I think he's out of a man and I will tell you I I do occasionally have a hard time being critical of him because I know how difficult it must be for him to get through the day that Richard I can't imagine I just can't yeah as in other can I well on the lighter side we are seen I guess the fun side of you live ma'am you know we're we're getting to see a little bit of the personality and now you know the drinking thing and book and with Daniel Jones and yeah we're we're we're seeing much more of the human side of you live in we have I mean he's always said the right thing done the right thing comported himself as a gentle man and now we're seeing a bit of the fun well I think you lie has had so much pressure taken off of the shoulders remember you I manning according to some people is the reason that it rains is the reason that it's cold is the reason the giants lost you get the picture I mean they've been there but a number of New York professional athletes over the years guys like Patrick Ewing guys like John Franco I'd certainly eagle eye the latest of the true professional athletes superstars almost the same players who for some strange reason wound up absorbing some nasty vinegar from a group of fans who want to blame them for every single thing that went wrong and that's got to be trying on you especially after sixteen year career and I think you know the fact that Daniel Jones wound up inheriting the job for most of this season allow delighted take a little bit of a depressed and at least for a short while not have to be the subject of all the bows and arrows in the flaming torches that will own most of flea and unjustifiably thrown his way and I think what you saw as him losing his college just a little bit saying that you know what it's nice to be human being for a change instead of our target for everybody's really well he also got some praise to the media the game yeah well yeah I mean look that's part and parcel of plane in New York you know there are other markets where players are idolized and not a word against them but New York it's tough for me we you look on the other side and not the other side of town but the same stadium people wanted to coach fired after eight games they were flying planes over the meadow lands to get rid of them so that's that's the tough side of plan in this market isn't it well I will be there is any doubt but unfortunately the the the the long bar that the media has said in recent years especially with social media it has become even worse for for some super stars to to get there just do an affair take I can only imagine remember with the Phillies strains did to Mike Schmidt that he actually aware disguise one time I can only imagine and they do snowballs at Santa I mean if all my goodness sake Hey gross margins pro sports right and people didn't have opinions and emotions then it be no we should have the games that is true well speaking of emotions I mean I'm I'm I'm getting all this all this is a black game coming up the giants would like they hate the eagles and I'm thinking you know what history to the giants in eagles have with the current players I mean you're looking at wide receiver was that you know them most tenured guy on the team now the days of the real rivalry between the eagles and giants I don't think apply much to the current players do that well let me say this in two ways first of all the eagles of one nineteen of the last twenty three against the giants they've owned this team for the last decade and as I've said all our many other outlets the black magic in voodoo that they have used to beat the giants and all kinds of comic book ways that you can even create out of your own ad and imagination have certainly come to fruition when they played at team also starred certainly all right back consent I mean go in her bedroom that works out well yeah that works out well because we got to do a job but since the seventies I mean you had you know we are the Shawn Jackson spot return for a touchdown are you as you like him as they give up a blocked field goal running into the end zone I mean we it's been all kinds of weird stuff that's happened over the course of time so here's what I'm saying Hey there's no doubt that a black cloud hanging over the giants head against his eagles franchise for the last decade and even in some ways longer what I mean is a dangerous right here in Portugal Boris they really have not had a way to even the series but here's what I can tell you hello the last two years the eagles have come back from double digit deficits in the second half to sting the giants the guys in this locker room understand that they may not have been there for the last decade but they've been there for the last two years and let me tell you they feel it they know it and I've talked to enough for young guys now locker room they actually believe that the eagles are the most hated rival among suppliers simply because of what they have experienced in these last two years Seoul yeah I'm gonna tell you right now this giants team is fired up and they badly want to win this game now then the eagles I'm sure fired up to and hurt I mean that's the thing that that's interesting I mean what they did the cowboys with so many guys missing and you know if any of that fire is missing from the eagles which I doubt it will be because playoffs are on the line here but if it is the giants concert lay off on that okay no doubt the eagles a bad obeying the bay being off and that will be a factor sure yeah no question about that well Paul again happy new year will talk to you next weekend and will kind of review the season and I don't you know if there are changes made we can talk about that I don't think there is anybody you know I know that there's some interesting Ron Rivera McCarthy guys like that but nothing until something actually does happen which may or may not so we'll we'll talk next Saturday about the it should be well okay a trying to talk out of both because you know you don't wanna bury somebody you know Pat Shurmur before it's done and it may not be done as the post is.

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"true professional" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

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"true professional" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You know he's a true professional and I think he plays the game the right way Justin Verlander counters for Houston he has this view with the nats lined up I mean I think they have a really good mix you know they have speed they have power they have patience they have played coverage I mean they present a lot of challenges for starting pitcher specially when you got to get him out one one time in multiple ways you know obviously the two guys are in the middle had as kind of carried them thus far and yeah tough out World Series action tonight at eight on ESPN fifteen thirty bill Denison seven hundred WLW sports call for service at five one three eight nine one forty four twenty six and help them celebrate the thirty fifth anniversary by like in them on Facebook yes in Deedy about seven forty six buying homes is here and new comp cams on the way yeah these are state of the art latest generation of body worn cameras this is a police will be using US transitioning to over the next couple of months the cameras themselves are a much better they say in low light conditions and all the audios in hand so you get a better feel for what an officer's dealing with and they also are engineered in such a way now that the instant police officer would pull a weapon mother be a gun or a taser the camera would start recording if it wasn't already so the police officer doesn't have to remember to do so this will all be documented so they can go back and look at the tape later if they need to and the city's got a deal with the company that makes these cameras to store and and categorize all the video that was one of the biggest concerns I have is what to do with that hours and hours of footage and I guess the company will stored on a a cloud somewhere and will make access to it very easy by officer by date or by crime okay coming up our news eight o'clock we'll talk more about a proposal that could allow someone to become a cop in Cincinnati with a drug conviction one fifteen minutes newsradio seven W. O. W. I have the medical minute brought to you by mercy health and we talk with doctor mark Galloway this week a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and treatment of active individuals with knee and shoulder injuries he is the consultant or a consultant of the NFL head team physician for the bangles as well looking at the high school sports talk in high school sports this time a lot of knee injuries course occur in football but watching soccer they seem to have a high rate of knee injuries there as well a very high rate of injury in soccer especially in female soccer players and especially in knee injuries in female soccer players and it's due to the way that they load their knees when they're turning and when they're twisting if you look at a girls you look at some of these women that played their needs tend to collapse and then they assume more but not the type of a posture that's the type of posture that places you add a an increased risk for an ACL injury so that a lot of injury prevention techniques that emphasize correcting that posture so how to run turn and stop correctly yes will reduce that absolutely that's been shown in multiple studies that you can reduce the risk of a cylinder all right you get more information about scheduling an appointment with an orthopedic specialist we got a mercy dot com slash support though to get more information than the whole podcast with the doctor got away is on the health page at seven hundred W. L. W. dot com you find it there the story here I don't want to minimize the of the crime involved because of the murder but this is one of those things people do things to get themselves caught this took place in anchorage Alaska and in this case somebody videotaped the murder of a woman they put it on a digital memory card then labeled the memory card homicide at mid town Marriott and then dropped it somewhere and lost it to somebody walking along picks up a memory card sees it labeled homicide at midtown Marriot take it to the police the police look at it not only that the killer spoke on the tape turns out he's from South Africa so we had a unique accent in anchorage and if you found on the street turned over to police detective said what they found there was horrific is it the biggest clue was the man had an English sounding accent detectives recalled Brian Stephen Smith forty eight year old south African from another investigation the details would say not disclosed to him he's pleaded not guilty to the killing of a thirty year old woman Kathleen Henry during his interrogation they said he confessed to shooting another native woman and please don't know if there were other victims as well but at least they busted on minutes just about entirely his own doing it is seven fifty now seven fifty it's seven hundred W. well W. let's do traffic weather check that's coming up now do.