21 Burst results for "Twenty One Twenty Two Years"

Urban Meyer to keep health in mind as new Jacksonville Jaguars coach

Wendell's World & Sports

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Urban Meyer to keep health in mind as new Jacksonville Jaguars coach

"A jacksonville is the best job opening in the nfl. right now. they've got eleven total picks in the upcoming grab first round picks one hundred million dollars in salary cap space. They have the number one pick so all unless unless someone is as a complete and utter fool. that are going to be Drafting trevor lawrence. Whether number one. Pick and trevor lawrence. It's supposed to be a generational great. Come on man come on tomorrow to mark. Among on if sean con come on man is about time you get serious if you can go ahead and get yourself but yourself in the position where hey you know what. We've got a really good thing going here. In terms of the future we covered that bear. And we've got all of this to work with you know. How many times would love to be in that position. Already mentioned the fact in the nba raphael stone in general managers. In general in that league you ask them what would you rather have in terms of rebuilding program. All of these guys who say man. I'm a multiple picks a lot of salary cap space to go ahead and do my thing. Would you get that injectable even with a hard salary cap now. Jacksonville isn't the same as far as free agent destination as a los angeles or the bigger markets. But still you're talking about. The state of florida was no income state tax. You're speaking about ill a situation where you're gonna be working with a generational great quarterback possibly. Hopefully i mean there's a lot of things you have a really really good young talent on that team that a lot because the team one and fifteen but there's there's some ambers within the within the the fire that you can That you can work with. I mean it should be very attractive job for a gm but if a gm any worth of any you know any worth is going to go in there and you're going to be talking about. Yeah i'm going to be in charge of the roster. I mean come on man you know the next bill polian next ron. Woolfe is not going to be like yes. That's pretty good and then since you already hired the couch you gotta make sure that the coach in the general manager president of football operations are together as one as far the philosophy is concerned. And we don't know where myers philosophy because well. He's never coached. He's never coached in the nfl so he might have a philosophy all this kind of stuff. What is it based off of. It can be based on what he did in college because college in the nfl completely different animals. Yeah you might have a philosophy of how you deal with people in college. What when you're dealing with people in college. They're eighteen to twenty two years old when you're going to be different of course and you know this coming central tell you. It's a lot of different dealing with grown men who have mortgages who are building their brands. Who have kids who have other responsibilities lot different way. You work with them. Sure in a college situation. You are of the defacto you are. You are the maker you are the guy you are the when i say jump you answer. How high when i say run through brick wall put your head down and go through that brick wall inc a college. You can get away with that stuff in the. Nfl is not. You're not coach. Employees i mean. This isn't supervisor employees working together. This is a collective understanding in terms of where we're going so yeah you wouldn't have any philosophy and you can have. You can try to find players that are into fit that philosophy but how rigid is that philosophy going to be. If you're urban meyer in college will you can go ahead and you can recruit anybody who you want to. You can text. You can call and you can do all these things and you can go ahead and develop a relationship over the years so you can even have a better understanding it. This young man is going to be able to fit the philosophy that you have in college. You can do that shit and the nfl you can't and the nfl is a business. And if you speaking about philosophy you better think about the philosophy. A win. Because i used to do all that bullshit about. Yeah you know. I bring these young men into the league. And you know these guys are young and some of these come from underprivileged backgrounds and these guys never have a checking account before. These guys don't know how to do this and these guys don't know how to do that so for me as a coach especially being a black coach with these kids coming into the nfl coming in basically as kids even though there are twenty one twenty two years old. I feel it's a responsibility for me to show them the ways of live and the show them how to do things the have them grow and mature of by the time that they retire that they'll be able to have a foundation for them to be successful one. Football is over

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Vurbl launches - a new 'creator-first' audio streaming platform

podnews

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Vurbl launches - a new 'creator-first' audio streaming platform

"Verbal a free creator i audio streaming platform launches today. The press release draws comparison with youtube claiming that verbal is a central place. That any user can upload any audio they own not just podcasts. And then money from it here. Ceo and co-founder ultra-cold on why she started the company. I was reading about spotify new fund. And how they were just jumping in all into podcasting and then i was like why. Why just podcast focused on all audio. you know. I can understand why this crazy. Abc focus on podcasts. Monetization supported by real time programmatic ads. The company achieved one point three million dollars in funding in september. And you service. Reforms launched. Its a podcast research and outreach to reach demographics and contacts intended for advertisers and pr companies to find the right shows clients or brands. You can claim your show for free to access their metrics pod fund investment fund. Podcast creators formally run by radio. Public is now to be managed by investment firm techniques. Us radio public itself. Hasn't posted new content to it's blocked since january the thirty first and hasn't tweeted since february. Jake shapiro who funded both radio. Public and paul fund joined apple podcasts in early september very turn has launched an audio licensing library including audio from cbs news and bloomberg nielsen. Shed stats about podcasting. Podcast movement virtual spotify. Hasn't finished spending on podcasting. Paul vogel from spotify spoke in an rv capital markets global technology internet media and telecommunications conference call dropping heavy hints that the company will continue to purchase in two thousand and twenty one and twenty two to invest in the podcasting business. And so as we think about the investment twenty twenty but what we might want to do in twenty one twenty two year that could impact it again that will be really driven. By some of the successes and learnings we have from the current investments. Which will then help us dictate how much we to spend. We feel really good about the health. Of what podcast is doing for the overall business ecosystem at at spotify more podcasts grow. The more added maturity there is to sell across podcasts. It's from a from a business perspective or the long term a lot more fixed-price content which is great for us and pod. Kite has let us know about their embedded podcast. Welcome to the very first episode of add to cart fogcast about everything we buy and buy into and what it says about who we are. Media adds to count is a subversive take on consumerism. What's worth adding to or removing from your cart. It launched yesterday and this year marks. Twenty five years of the irene. Taylor trust which works with people in prison to inspire and transform their lives through the power of music from stable. The first episode of changing the record highlights patricia arrived in prison with a musical past

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Jeff Gothelf Explains How Storytelling Can Make or Break Your Leadership

The No B******t Marketing Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Gothelf Explains How Storytelling Can Make or Break Your Leadership

"We all have go to outlets that we follow for video to read blogs Etc home throughout my career one that has been since very early in my life. A Mainstay for me has been Harvard Business Review home and I began reading that in college and just found it. So fascinating because Harvard Business Review was in my opinion the best of the best and they did both research. They combined science. They combined wage. They combined data that combined real life experience and they would teach and they'd give you practical learning and they'd give you evidence of things to do. So Harvard Business Review has been a part of my leadership since I was in college, and I remember when I was first in a job doing a turnaround of two radio stations at about Twenty-One twenty-two years old. I had Harvard business page. You coming to this radio stations that were struggling financially and I remember I had a couple of raised eyebrows from some of the older staff members that were there. But recently in my feed my Harvard Business Review feed it came an article from Jeff got off of Harvard Business writing for Harvard Business review and the article was storytelling can make or break your leadership. And again, it's get Jeff got off and he also has a book called lean ux and I'm going to put that in the show notes and I'm actually going to check it out myself. So Jeff is this article storytelling can make or break your leadership and he begins the article which is what I love he begins the article with an anecdote and the article begins with this anecdote about him saying that a very large company wanted to bring out their new okay ours objectives and key results and they have these new. Okay birth. Switch first of all, they've this term they want to go and unveil and they're going to talk about it and it's a big picture thing and they make the presentation to middle management and then employees and it falls flat. There's no enthusiasm and things struggle on this this initiative and what the author is talking about is how that happened off because of Storytelling or the lack thereof. And that's why he's emphasizing something that you've heard me say again and again, so think about what this means for me. I am an Avid Reader of Harvard Business review and have used it throughout my career and I now see a writing and a post in both the digital version and the print version of something that I've been writing and speaking on for years and it ends up following many of the things that I tell you again and again and again that we at Mass Solutions do for our our clients and we do as a team for our clients again and again and again, so the article says storytelling can make or break your leadership and then she goes on to tell that anecdote at the big company that where the initiative the major initiative fell and then it says here are five tactics or elements of Storytelling that the author found work again and again and again And I'm excited to tell you the first one number one says be audience specific. And he even says it's sounds simple. But it isn't and if you recall one of my most recent podcasts and videos was about how people misperceive marketing and think it's simpler than a than others think it's more complex than it is. Well one major element of marketing that is misperceived as simple or already being done is segment addition and that's when he's talking about being audience specific. So he's saying it's not as simple as it sounds because you have to do what we call the real drill down to become audience specific you first had a truly Define that audience and that takes heavy lifting but you have your own existing data, which gets you part of the way your own existing data is gold and I found company after company not maximizing their own existing data to study very quickly the Pareto Principle. Now, we have the Pareto Principle plus and we've built way upon your 80/20, but you can quickly do your eighty-twenty log. Eighty percent of your business comes from about 20% of your customers that begins to show you who your ideal customers currently are but they might not actually be ideal customers. So that's a whole nother story about how we have to say you really Define and do the real drill. So the first thing is be audience specific in this article from Harvard Business review the second part of being audience specific is he actually says if you want to know what your audience is thinking ask them? We talk about how significant marketing Intel is by talking to your key target audience is existing customers perspective customers internal stakeholders, external strategic Partners everybody

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A good new home

Native America Calling

09:36 min | 2 years ago

A good new home

"Tara Gatewood in here with me on the program today out of Saint Paul Minnesota. Is Angela go theor the associate director of Minoshe key and a young and also here too with the with the group is executive director. deb Foster her and she is a Saint Croix Ojibway from Eagle Clan. My pleasure to have both of them here with US and Andromeda turn turn to you. You've done a lot of work. I'm looking at your bio and see That you have worked with the county in family services and just knowing along the repetition or how many times young people are entering into foster care and then they age out and then there's no place to turn talk to me about how being there air at this critical time and offering them a space to not only the rest of their head but also gained a job development skills as well as even just I have to be self sustaining talked me about this critical time period. In what some of the things that the center is working on I I always ask people to reflect on the young people that they have in their personal lives and the natural support systems. That are there error. And how many times when you're C Eighteen nineteen twenty one. Twenty two year olds in your personal life that When they have love family to fall back on at times when they're having a hard time or they've They need a place to stay. Or they've transitioned positioned in their jobs or they're you know. They're struggling in some way when they have a natural place to go back to a lot of the youth that we are working with because as they have spent such extended time in foster care that they've been moved around a lot through their youth. They don't have those places to land The one thing with young and his dad was saying having been Serving the community since nineteen eighty. Three is that it is become that place for a lot of youth and families that they know when they're having a hard time that this is kind of their soft place to land that there are people here that can help and and so this expands our ability to do that for this youth in this age group is that this is a critical time when you are learning learning to live independently when they're wanting to you know find employment and look for career pass and go back to college and when you don't have how those supports Built in because you've been in foster care because you've had time and placement or been homeless this gives you more of that time name and all of the services That you could need as a jumping off point are here for you and we're here to build those relationships and to help them take that next step I'm just excited that we have an opportunity now to work with these US more closely for a more extended period. Take time to help them. Get through this point of transition and so tell me a little bit more about how it works. How permanent is the housing and some some of the support services that are going on Angeles? START US off yeah so youth enter the program Between the ages of eighteen to twenty twenty four years old The youth that are coming in have different backgrounds of homelessness and Foster Care The nature permanent supportive housing is that they could live in this housing forever if they wanted. There isn't a timeframe I'm in which they would need to leave. They just need to enter between the ages of eighteen to twenty four and they have to continue to qualify for the subsidies that are or a helping to assist with their rent During the time that they are there the support services that we have we have to transition coaches that start working with the youth rate rate at the point of referral. And they're the ones who are working with you to collect their housing history. All their vital documents they information that they need in order to you. Qualify for the housing and those transition coaches continue to work with those youth to help them. That goal plans navigate resources and everything that they need on that and they're like housing goals we have a full time youth and family therapists. That is dedicated to the building and that therapists can do individual work Couples therapy family therapy is needed really to really meet. Whatever the needs are for that youth To help them be healthy in their community and their personal relationships. We also have a fulltime cultural specialist. Who is is trained in suicide prevention and post mention that is dedicated to the building? And he's there to help work with the youth To you meet their cultural needs and to help them. Connect back with their own communities as well We have the ability to have ceremonies. We have a cultural cultural activities center. We have medicine gardens and sweat lodge on site and so he's really the coordinator of that for all of the youth We are also adding a safe harbor case manager which is dedicated to working with you who are at risk of or have been involved in sexual exploitation and so the case management will be dedicated Just to that kind of aspect and helping them navigate gate through the resources and the sensitive nature of that and then there's property management that's onsite with our partners that help them with their lease and like the money portion portion of everything and then the We're also staff twenty four hours a day so there's always some support staff here for the residents when they need it into my turn to. Oh you balancing all of this because it sounds like a lot and it sounds like the things that often are left out of the equation win A lot of times we start trying trying to help our youth Trying to get them going faster. Start on life. How is all of this being balanced or is this part of the blueprint to make sure that all of these things were there Not only supplying a place to live. But supplying a place to thrive tell me more dip. Yes we In addition to what Angela has said we have the building was built around The the all of the needs of the young people. So for instance we have Circular gathering centers on each floor where Kids will be able to gather We have the purposely did efficiency apartments because we wanted at their full apartments full kitchen refrigerator. Everything bathroom beds living area but we wanted them to network with new folks And have an opportunity to establish new networks and We also have a workforce training center so A Complete Computer Center Training Center. Where kids can do everything? I'm from working on covering letters Building resumes doing job search learning technical skills And and types of activities. That are involved in building those opportunities for young people We also have a Fitness Center down in the lower level providing opportunities for young people to strengthen their health and and wellbeing physically physically and also the teaching kitchens that you mentioned on each floor to Help kids learn how to cook. And how to cook healthy We also have as mentioned a cultural activities center. So that is where all the kids can learn how to make their own regalia and do beadwork and make their own drums. But more importantly learned the history behind all of these things We have an entrepreneurship program that We have for young people that were putting together that will allow you to work onsite. We have a credit store which which I like to describe as kind of like a mini walgreens and so Use can earn vouchers that they can use in these stores and it has everything a walgreens would have but it also provides an opportunity for young people to work there and they can learn some Shaath work skills such as profit and loss and stocking talking and ordering cashiering things like that Also we have a food shelf and we also have a clothing store so these are all opportunities for young people to garner some software skills And we have numerous or as partners throughout our community. That are going to be working with us as well. And providing internships and workforce skills and Places where they can establish a ged or finish high school learn about post secondary education. If that's what they WANNA

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KTOK

"You I assume you know who Jerry especially for Bob shooter ever and Lena his daughter world champion shooter all her twenty one twenty two years old over little skinny thing I think she must burn like twelve thousand calories a day got the humming bird metabolism and I I mention scary but not as a body shaming thing but to make a point I don't know and never ask her what leader weights but I would certainly not can't be a hundred twenty maybe two hundred ten could be hotter patches on the cheeks small she's little issues out there shoot twelve gauge shotguns now we come to the point of the whole thing with the record of twelve gauge shotguns and of course in the events that she competes in you have to shoot fast you have to hit targets not quite targets usually now there may be a few but generally it's still targets and you're shooting birdshot and slugs and she is showing us how to do quality loading grab for shells a time at chevron in these guys and to speed loading but more than that she's talking about how she experiments constantly how can I make this happen how can I shoot faster how can I keep the muzzle on target through recall of twelve gauge and then to make the point this little thing with a twelve gauge semi automatic shotgun you should right handed to put it on her shoulder hold it with one arm she currently has a broken wrist left wrist broken makes the point she put her left wrist behind her left hand behind her back and she bears down on this target out about fifteen yards with bird shot and she shoots eight shots as fast as you could pull the trigger faster than I could pull the trigger and all eight shots are on target controlling recoil with her body with her stance with their grip with the way she works her muscles in with a concentration in just make a point about this it was really seriously impressive hi it really was and then Jerry I didn't realize this so make sure he's not he's a special primer because he's got shot timer there right he should shut down I'm sorry this will be either a normal shot timer won't work fast if you have to use the the model that will actually time the splits between shots com submachine gun we talk about his splits or one twelve and thirteen twelve hundredths of a second thirteen hundreds of a second between shots it is not just pull the trigger he's shooting the target yes not just to the target he should have three different targets and moving the gun between targets and getting splits of twelve twelve hundred of a second three shots he he shoot so fast that with a lot of guns he actually has to wait for the action to work he's sitting there waiting for semi automatic gun to cycle so we could pull the trigger yeah because they are generally slow or that's why he's been working with Mossberg at leasing shooting faster doing all kind of stuff it was a hoot I learned a lot what I learned was that there are people out there who are super human there they are the Michael Jordan's of the world the jury is in the sixties and shooting those kind of times you know yes he worked hard at it he shot a lot he's trained a lot but there's got to be at least some element of a gift from god it's a true athletic ability it's really something amazing but they were before the break your let's go talk to Mike online one is out of Moscow Idaho Hey Mike what's on your mind here Sir well Tom I want to give you a range report of something that's a pretty old but I know your left hand issue rifle left handed and I am left handed soul back in seventy one I took my overtime money from a seed warehouse was work and going to college what out to my part time job at a gun store told the boss I wanna remember one in six MM and I don't have one but I just got a new one today you need to look at it was a remember wanted twenty five out of six I mean with it for forty nine years and I was telling your you're a programmer that I thought about buying another hunting rifle and I go why I won't ever shoes it's a completely ambidextrous rifle to that might that I'm left handed and it's left and individually handed it's right handed but I've killed elk I've never had a new will take over three steps after I shot it I use one.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I was a team that was gonna sign calling Capranica today's working out just a couple of hours if they were going to sign him sign him to a two year deal because you only got a couple games left and I don't care who you are if you're a bad team and you have no hope for the future you're the Chicago Bears and you say I mean it's true yeah we don't know yeah maybe we can get capric in there if he gets up to speed in a couple of weeks that's a fun idea I could certainly get behind that but have them for next season having the rights if teams actually if this turns out to not be a farce and it seems actually going to sign Capper Nick sign him for two years get him for the off season is the key have the opportunity to trade him if you want there could be value in that everybody needs quarterback everybody wants a backup quarterback and you look at how the NFL works today right so many teams you might say what happened it's not a fit for the system that's not what good coaching is look at Lamar Jackson how many systems does he fit in it's what they run in Baltimore so sure I'll capric little bit different might not be your traditional passer Matthew Stafford in Capranica very different guys but Stafford goes down he's been missing a couple games recently and you need a backup quarterback to come in Hey if you can install Colin Kaepernick package and it's not melting your players brains of the process I don't see the hard delta guy worth a shot you can train for something in the off season if you're a bad team you can get him in for a couple games at the end of the year here and see what he can do showcase him a little bit and then try to dump off work to god for bid he shows up is on your team he's good and then keep on next year wow I know I'm so smart or nice things going with you yes Sir a blathering idiot and let's go to the foods real quick let's go to read use in Columbia South Carolina what's up Reggie add that storm was to say I watch the movie can question the day yon G. CM there's a lot going on in my my right now this new used the and the first thing that comes to my mind is professionalism I'm sorry my date he has his PhD taught me a lot you have to be professional no matter what you do a letter that was live this unprofessional so my helmet off here I don't care if you or teacher or I'm a warehouse manager tell you truth and at the end of class after you go wrong were on fire if I see old Randy yours to one of my work yeah I'm for and another thing is to go back to everybody talk about lawsuit much more follow also taught me that anybody can sue anybody Klay anything and I'll give you two examples real quickly okay somebody sued McDonald's because the coffee was too hot yeah let our cables yeah yeah I work at a job believe it or not someone climbed up a ladder and fell down I'm not going to disclose the company and they who the company said nobody taught me how to clamor letter so what I'll do them no true true story sorry only god knows taught me how to climb a ladder that's crazy I had to take but there's show me how to climb a letter and they won the case dole I will give you a twenty twenty one twenty two years old be your professional it whatever it is that you're doing of yeah enter Garrett he clearly got out of hand that it's not professional by any stretch in and that is the problem for him and Reggie thanks so much this mind blowing people I thought what is that test look like if you're getting a test on how to climb a ladder it is draw your left foot and then draw your right foot on the next rung in the draw your left foot on the other true story yeah I've been fairly apparently a true story but when you're looking at miles guarantee is suspended indefinitely and that's the value of this that's the value of the the learning experience here because he's not just getting back in it's not a given that he's going to start next season for the Cleveland Browns what might happen if he gets suspended for the six games the rest of the way the Browns will not make the playoffs so you're not going to worry about that but maybe miss another four games next year maybe just a side you get at it isn't enough after they see this video a million times and even though it's months removed and it's March and they're thinking about they go you know he did take off a guy's helmet and literally try to kill him with it to get out ten games could be good that could be good for us and what's the public gonna think if it is only six how have you people going to be if it turns out that miles Garrett only for some people only Mrs six games only loses in just over a million dollars in the NFL I mean he's a number one pick in the draft is gonna lose a million dollars this year is a good bit of money but this is your three to steal your for your five miles care to make a lot of money it's coming his way and for some people a million dollars is not gonna be enough that's what's fascinating about this it's not a given for miles character he just gets right back in after the season and so what's that process going to be like how exhausting for him and what's the public pressure around it is going to be a fascinating thing to keep track of and likely will be doing it right here because this is my time slot now yeah baby number of limit it just a little bit but here's the other thing there has been on top of what's going on with miles Garrett and everything that's going on the count Capranica there has been so much news we get flooded with news right to so much that's happened over the past week and boy let's go through some of it so first off a plane flew over Manhattan this week with a banner asking the fire Adam gase the fed said it was only right given that the message came from the jet's rear end yes the dolphins won their second game of the season on Sunday it because their owner millions in Vegas hello Anthony signed a deal with the Portland trail Blazers he expects to be a feature on Damian Lillard's next this track ha ha miles can fill cracks me up miles Garrett has been suspended for the remainder of the season and the playoffs the most disgusting part of the affair was suggesting the Browns could make the playoffs ha ha and lastly the Astros have been connected to elaborate cheating scheme involving cameras and trash cans in other words they have the Oscar the grouch sextape yeah baby hand that is your news for the week a story that is so great because the fall of the Georgia Bulldogs was so shocking a team that was rated so highly going into this season and losing to South Carolina not a great team for them to have that loss to go up is this it for Georgia this could be the end and they've been fighting and winning and working their way back and they've got to the point over the back of the number for if the season ended today George is in the playoffs I'm thrilled for good for Georgia good for them to be able to work their way back in because who's on their schedule today what a game to watch this week what's George all over number for the country number twelve the country to SEC teams it's happened at three thirty today on CBS by the way how's that for synergy and when you're looking at what George's why they're back where they are well it's kind of for the reason that you're seeing today the plane good teams and it's just it's nice to see a college squad this playing good teams and getting rewarded for it it's not a given Clemson Alabama that's been the main criticism for these guys right they're not playing top of the line competition and that's typically how it goes you play a couple you play a good game or two yeah sure then you have a couple cupcakes he takes a bye weeks off you soon you're gonna go undefeated and that's just going to be enough your Alabama you're undefeated you're gonna get it well until you lose the L. S. U. N. who knows what's going to happen now little bit Messier and I like that I think it's a good thing for college football as a fan I want to see good teams play good teams I want that urgency I want that desperation out you know we don't want to schedule a Georgia on our schedule but it helps to have good teams helps to be good teams you would have that on the resume Georges got that you know the play Notre Dame earlier in the season they played Florida now the plan all birds good I'm excited for me again I I hope to go farm written for George and let's go to Tom will also rooting for out New Hampshire what's up Tom not much I love your show great show thanks man model your case to work for you violence will and I'll I'll prove this for you you work for corporation you already have disciplinary measures in your files H. R. because your behavior you assault a fellow employee if I did that after I make bail there would be a message from HR saying you're no longer works right you're not allowed on company property we will mail your last check for you it's that simple well that simple though right like it does miles Garrett go to an office and and file tax reports for people like what does he do every day corporation yeah plastic level but was but he is attacking people for his job right like he gets paid money to hit people and bring them to the ground does he not but he had already have disciplinary measures on his record for this year for for for two being too aggressive and stuff like that salt somebody these salt is bad and he should be part well how about this time because obviously you think it's a it's similar to workplace event he got suspended indefinitely said enough for you are you looking for more of a suspension like what you want to see from this I think the NFL should treat it like a case of workplace violence because that's what it is in all honesty that's where he works and he did this well already having disciplinary measures they need to say Hey you know what we can have our employees doing this you're no longer work for us well they did suspend him indefinitely and I think that's a fair punishment and Tom thanks so much but they're not going to get rid of miles scared here's here's the other thing that is important to note here and this is in this is incredibly important miles Garrett is a really good football player if we have to talk about that right I guess we do miles Garrett is a very good football player as much as people want to say a well in the workplace at my job if I did this at that one football players are very different people in the way that their work place is handled is obviously different but there is something where I think we can all agree for the most part it is the same the higher up you water the more important you are the more valuable you are the more you get away with right that's the truth did you see people your company like how the hell is this guy is going out to lunch every day he's didn't.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"RPL J. blanc is this more to see you guys welcome and it's hockey season officially but even with the humidity your hair is looking to read thank you I had a little trouble with number for today. so can you explain why were inside well you know it's interesting if you look over your right it looks like it looks like game like up yeah playoff game so we're so fortunate to know this is the tenth year we've done it and along with John make done I'm our president CEO and he has in an adult world when all these guys on our staff you know we we have twenty thousand people show up to watch practice today so it's always fun to watch our new players come out of the dressing room for the scrimmage and look up and it's it's like a playoff game. out in a lot of body of ever played a neighbor replace but it tells you how how races are fans are **** now out it's a black **** standing we ought we never forget the loyalty of these bands of these people and the jerseys they where I I thought coming this is my first training camp event I thought there'd be some Die Hard fans that would be here today all up impressive crowd but not the kind of overwhelming crowd this out here today people cannot wait for this a season to start no there and again it's impressive our fans were so thankful they're out at five six in the morning light up today we've got a course of Patrick Kane bobble head which is celebrating the tentative tenth anniversary by the way this year is the tenth anniversary gonna get rid of him and James are too old. I think you get to that point where they were the older guys on the team was crazy when they hit when they bumped over thirty years all right and made everybody calls we all looked at each other and it's gone by so fast it's been such a right it's it's almost you know can be attributed to the error or connected to like the Beatles or something that just makes me loaded on yeah exactly and they're still you know these young guys and when we won the Cup obviously they were twenty twenty one twenty two years old and we're still standing there still as good as they ever were Peter had an article yesterday Chicago sometimes retention he wants to pay towards forty I'd like to simply. dean I don't you know this the hawks.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"I mean there's a you know there's there's different levels of hockey fans as we all know <hes> <hes> some just love the fun of it and going to the games games that means something but there are those who have this insatiable passion that can't get enough of it like give me more and that's why sports talk radio all sports stations exist although that being said i i went to a couple of games over the years that i've been in edmonton where the oilers whether it's rookies are i think the oiler rookies played against the u. of a golden bears team <hes> in training camp. I said yeah i'm gonna go. Watch that you know. I wanna go. Watch that because you know. Most people are curious about how they would how they would do against against against the kids. <hes> you know a lot of the kids on on the college. Team are into their third and fourth years so they got some experience you know but the but the rookie n._h._l. Team is exactly that rookies new guys coming in and they were pretty pretty interesting games they didn't they didn't roll over them. I'll tell you that if you've ever been to university hockey game i mean they absolutely try and blow each other up man when they hit you know. Everyone's got cages on stuff like that. It is really hard hitting hockey so that when i was when i remember going yeah i'm gonna watch that that'll be interesting so let's your the team play against the rookie. Steve have the vets play against the rookies. Certainly the rookie tournament exists so that the nc guys playing against their peers right so we've got this <hes> we've got this big blob of guys who were anywhere from eighteen to twenty one twenty two years old and wanna see them kind of you know see the cream rise is out of that crop and then once that's happened than the best of the best the rest go away the best of the best invited to main camp and then you you do start to see what these kids can do against real n._h._l. Talent it's funny you watch these rookie tournaments and get as a fan really excited about certain players like a whole baby. If you look at this guy he's gonna he's gretzky out. There is going to be the next one and then you get them in there with the men the all the incumbents on the team and then you say. I may have gotten a little ahead of myself there. Maybe not quite ready for prime time so right to your point about playing the veterans that will come but not only for the best of the best from this rookie tournament sure hey have you seen any of this. <hes> this new movie that's coming mafia movie fan like goodfellas and all that love love goodfellas. I'll tell you what now that you bring that up. I went last night because you see it came highly recommended from you and i went to see once once upon a time in hollywood last night did you. There are a little movie on here down in louise steve just about twenty minutes here from point poo so i i dropped into the theatre and watched it and it's great. It's great off. They were finally on the same page about a move. That's awesome. You got you got lucky yeah. It's been years and years since because i flicked you completely as a movie critic <hes> but you're bang on. I thought it was great. If you've never seen a tarantino movie it's all tarintino all the time like everything from films that on a different type of tape steve. How does it or how it works digitally or whatever so you get you get. These crisp close ups. You get him <hes> job. I don't know how to explain that. He doesn't do quick cuts right away. You know it's like okay. Hey we've got to get over and see bob you know and then they caught and there's the guy overseeing bob. No he shows how the gets there. I don't know how to describe..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A lot of lot issues you see the I mean the routines obviously it in again with everything yeah I thought he is a wonderful person yeah believe me is a terrific and body and draws and we're really really close friends the war was something different nobody understands how profound effect we're really did divide people any created animosity not unlike the civil war in the United States were people carry a grudge to this day so it was a tough one for everyone this is my last question for them let you go because we don't want you to run late for your date with Mike d'antoni's so you're one of the most successful sports agents of all time you you're I know you're modest guide I should go for it it's coming from but but but warned you are okay just a minute you are hi with that being said and what you've done with NBA summer league what advice would you give somebody's listening now they're eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one twenty two years old they they they look at you as a role model as I'm sure a lot of people do that are trying to get into this business what advice would you give to them with all the success you have had in your life and and by the way I just want to say this for one he gives back a lot okay he gives back what what you know with his mother right studio or health no but I've known him for years and I know you do and you've you've also been a good friend to me so what advice would you give somebody that that wants to follow in your footsteps don't why because you give up your life if you really have to believe in what you're doing because you'll exclude other more meaningful things sometimes a relationship sometimes in quality of life no matter what.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Class was great because it was very informative. They provided quite a bit of information about what was going to be happening in actual live training. Welcome back. If you're just tuning in, you miss Larry Jacobson director of instructor development top instructor at Online Trading Academy. Really shed some light on market activity in how down markets are an opportunity. Right. Just requires. You just have to have the skills and ability to generate that income as the markets are going down. Just like you have to have the skills and ability to generate the market. Our income is the markets are going up. And this one of the things I love that whenever we're able to spend time on that because so many times, we have individuals investor out individual investors out there haven't taken the time to stop and smell the roses and realize what I mean by that is just realized that the markets are multisided their multi directional. They, they go up. They go down there. Stagnation. Right. And, and so many times we think. Oh, well, you know, hopefully, things go up. We're always hoping that something will happen rather than planning for anything. Right. When I say planning for anything it is all about, you know, really having a plan for if the market goes up and having a plan for if the market goes down because it is going to happen. And Larry and I you know, we joke about this all the time on on breaks and you just kind of chatting with each other students. Alaska's all the time. What directions the market going to go? And I, I always say you know what I I'm right? One hundred percent of the time on this. There's not very many things that I will go out on the limits. Sam one hundred percent correct on, but I, I like just get ready. You're going to want to write this down, because the markets are going to go up down, or stay the same and, you know, you'll chime in on this, but people will laugh Noha, but the reality is, you just need to have a plan for whatever it does, and be ready. Yes. That's the problem. Most people really don't have a plan. I mean, if you think about it, and you wanted to open up a small business after you give your Bank your personal information. They look at your credit report the first question they're going to ask is where's your business plan? And the reason for that is the banks alone. You money they want to know when they're going to get their money back. But one of the things that we teach our students, which is incredibly important part of their education is, how to create a financial blueprint a trade plan with a set of rules and we teach our students, a simple set of investment rules, called our patented core strategy to help them be able to trade like Wall Street. And again, it's not about what Wall Street says it's about what they do. And a lot of time students come in with a preconceived idea. And the number one mistake Ryan, that most of them make when they first come in and see us they can do this on their own. They can watch a YouTube video they can read a book, go to a webinar and all of a sudden they think they have what they need to take on these big banks will unfortunately it's not that easy. In fact, for most, you really have to have an education to be able to understand what is the right time to be investing or trading in the markets. And one is the best time to stay on the sidelines. And then if you're lucky enough learning a skill where even if the markets go down or sideways, you can still make money. And that's really what we talk about in the half day classes all these different opportunities that are out there for individuals to be able to generate additional income. I mean you and I've said this many times, millionaires have more than one income stream, ninety five percent of the people out there have one called a job, which stands for just over broke just over broke, ladies and gentlemen. And that's gets scary. Is that if something changes dramatically in the economy and we're seeing a lot of volatility right now do you have a plan b? What is your go to that will help you be able to continue to meet your needs, especially if the economy goes south and raise your hand, if you've ever heard this, there's no need to reinvent the wheel now put your hand back on the steering wheel? You're driving for heaven's sakes. Now, one of the things is though, you don't need to reinvent the wheel. And when you're talking about teaching yourself something and people trying to do this on their own that is what they're doing because you can't teach yourself something you don't know. So all of a sudden, we're back to the stone ages. We're reinventing the wheel, even though you know we just go down to the tire shop and buy one if we want. Right. So one of the things that we get stuck with is, is kind of the stubborn nature of our of our mind, we go, you know what, I'm, I'm just going to figure this out on my own an ego gets involved. And if your egos involved, you know, get over it give it's not going to take you anywhere. It's usually going to be your biggest obstacle in this. You really got to put that ego aside, and allow people to help you and sometimes it's human nature that is one of the hardest things to do is to put the ego side, and say, hey, you know what somebody probably knows a little bit better than me. How would I find those people and have them help? Me, raise them, raise me to their level. If you're out there, trying to do it on your own, it's going to be very, very difficult. It's one of the reasons why the school colors for the school of hard knocks are black and blue very, very painful, but it is also just kind of crazy, right? Because you don't have to reinvent the wheel. I mean Online Trading Academy we've been doing this for twenty one twenty two years, something like that. We've got financial education centers brick and mortar facilities all over the world. There's almost fifty of them right now not to mention that good old internet where there's online classes and stuff. It's massive right? It's massive and the track record as far as being able to do this for so long. Really just speaks for itself. There's no reason to go out and really try to reinvent the wheel and start from scratch. Yeah. I mean, in fact, most people who are really, really successful. They don't work hard. They don't work smart. They work right? Simply means is they're going to look for people doing what they wanna do if there's somebody, you know out there who's already successful in their field. Would you want to go into that field as well? Why wouldn't you wanna talk to them study from them? Learn from them, because they're already achieving. What you hope to achieve, and I put this into perspective in the three CS, but I think let's do a little giveaway before I share my three sees this week. We're going to little teaser for the three CS. I love the three CS, we'll hit those up real quick, but as Larry said, we want to do quick little giveaway so that we can give you guys the chance to really come out and see what we're talking about, as far as this step by step process..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In, you miss Larry Jacobson director instructor development, top structure at Online Trading Academy really shed some light on market activity in how down markets are an opportunity, right? They just require you just have to have the skills and ability to generate that income as the markets are going down. Just like you have to have the skills and ability to generate the market. Our income is the markets are going up and this one of the things I love that whenever able to spend time on that. Because so many times we have individuals investor out individual investors out there haven't taken the time to stop and smell the roses and realize what I mean by that is just realized that the markets are multisided, their multidirectional. They, they go up. They go down there. Stagnation. Right. And, and so many times we think. Oh, well, you know, hopefully, things go up. We're always hoping that something will happen rather than planning for anything. Right. When I say planning for anything it is all about, you know, really having a plan for if the market goes up and having a plan for if the market goes down because it is going to happen. And Larry and I you know, we joke about this all the time on on breaks and would just kind of chatting with each other students. Ask us all. All the time. What directions the market going to go? And I, I always say you know what I I'm right? One hundred percent of the time on this. There's not very many things that I will go out on a limb and Sam one hundred percent correct on, but I, I might just get ready. You're to want to write this down, because the markets are gonna go up down, or stay the same. And you know, you'll chairman on this people will laugh Noha, but the reality is, you just need to have a plan for whatever it does, and be ready. Yes. That's the problem. Most people really don't have a plan. I mean, if you think about it, and you wanted to open up a small business after you give your back your personal information. They look at your credit report the first question they're going to ask is where's your business plan? And the reason for that is the banks alone. You money they want to know when they're going to get their money back. But one of the things that we teach our students, which is incredibly important part of their education is, how to create a financial blueprint a trait plan with a set of rules and we teach our students, a simple set of investment rules called our Pat decor strategy to help them, be able to trade like, whoa. Wall street. And again, it's not about what Wall Street says it's about what they do. And a lot of times didn't come in with a preconceived idea. And the number one mistake Ryan, that most of them make when they first come in and see us they can do this on their own. They can watch a YouTube video they can read a book, go to a webinar and all of a sudden they think they have what they need to take on these big banks will unfortunately it's not that easy. In fact, for most, you really have to have an education to be able to understand what is the right time to be investing or trading in the markets. And when is the best time to stay on the sidelines? And then if you're lucky enough learning a skill where even if the markets go down or sideways, you can still make money. And that's really what we talk about half day classes all these different opportunities that are out there for individuals to be able to generate additional income. I mean you and I've said this many times, millionaires have more than one income stream, ninety five percent of the people out there have one called a job, which stands for just over broke just over broke, ladies and. Gentlemen. And that's where it gets scary is that if something changes dramatically in the economy, and we're seeing a lot of volatility right now, do you have a plan b what is your go-to that will help you be able to continue to meet your needs, especially if the economy goes south yen, raise your hand, if you've ever heard this, there's no need to reinvent the wheel now put your hand back on the steering wheel? You're driving for heaven's sakes. Now, one of the things is though, you don't need to reinvent the wheel. And when you're talking about teaching yourself something and people trying to do this on their own that is what they're doing because you can't teach yourself something you don't know. And so all of a sudden, we're back to the stone ages. We're reinventing the wheel, even though you know, we go down to the tire shop and buy one if we want. Right. So one of the things that we get stuck with is, is kind of the stubborn nature of our of our mind, we go, you know what I'm I'm just going to figure this out on my own. An ego gets involved. And if your egos involved, you know, get over it give it's not going to take you anywhere. It's usually going to be your biggest obstacle in this. You really got to put that ego aside, and allow people to help you sometime. Just human nature. That is one of the hardest things to do is to put the ego side and say, hey, you know what? Somebody probably knows a little bit better than me. How would I find those people and have them help me raise them, raise me to their level? If you're out there trying to do it on your own. It's going to be very, very difficult. It's one of the reasons why the school colors for the school hard knocks are black and blue very, very painful, but it is also just kind of crazy, right? Because you don't have to reinvent the wheel. I mean Online Trading Academy we've been doing this for twenty one twenty two years, something like that. We've got financial education centers brick and mortar facilities all over the world. There's almost fifty of them right now. I mean not to mention that good old internet, where there's online classes, and stuff, it's massive right? It's massive and, and the track record as far as being able to do this for so long. Really just speaks for itself. There's no reason to go out and really try to reinvent the wheel and start from scratch. Yeah. I mean, in fact, most people who are really, really successful. They don't work hard. They don't work smart. They work right? Simply means is going to look for people doing what they wanna do if there's some. You know out there who's already successful in their field when you want to go into that field as well. Why wouldn't you wanna talk to them study from them? Learn from them, because they're already achieving what you hope to achieve, and I kind of put this into perspective in the three CS, but I think let's do a little give away before I share my three sees this week. We're going to a little teaser for the three CS. I love the three CS, we'll hit those up real quick, but as Larry said, we're gonna to do a quick little giveaway so that we can give you guys the chance to really come out and see what we're talking about, as far as this step by step process. So right now the class coming up in your area..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And how down markets are an opportunity just requires, you have to have the skills and ability to generate that income as the marks are going down. Just like you have to have the skills and ability to generate the market, our incomes. The marks are going up and this one of the things I love that whenever able to spend time on that. Because so many times we have individuals investor out individual investors out there haven't taken the time to stop and smell the roses and realize what I mean by that is just realized that the markets are multisided, their multidirectional. They go up. They go down there. Stagnation. Right. And so many times we think. Oh, well, you know, hopefully things go we're always hoping that something will happen rather than planning for anything. Right. When I say planning for anything it is all about, you know, really having a plan for if the market goes up and having a plan for if the market goes down because it is going to happen. And Larry and I you know, we joke about this all the time on on breaks and you just kinda chatting with each other students. Ask us all the time. What directions the Mark? Gonna go and I, I always say you know what I'm right? One hundred percent of the time on this. There's not very many things that I will go out on a limb and Sam one hundred percent correct on, but I just get ready you're to want to write this down, because the markets are going to go up down or stay the same. And you know, you'll chime in on this, but people will laugh the but the reality is, you just need to have a plan for whatever it does. And be ready. Yes, that's the problem. Most people really don't have a plan. I mean, if you think about it, and you wanted to open up a small business after you give your back your personal information. They look at your credit report the first question they're going to ask is where's your business plan? And the reason for that is the banks alone. You money they want to know when they're going to get their money back. Well, one of the things that we teach our students, which is incredibly important part of their education is, how to create a financial blueprint trade plan with a set of rules, and we teach our students, a simple set of investment rules, called our patented course strategy to help them be able to trade like Wall Street. And again, it's not about what Wall Street says. It's about what they do. And a lot of times students come in with a preconceived idea. And the number one mistake Ryan, that most of the make when they first come in and see us they can do this on their own. They can watch YouTube video. They can read a book, go to a webinar and all of a sudden they think they have what they need to take on these big banks. When fortunately, it's not that easy. In fact, from most, you really have to have an education to be able to understand what is the right time to be investing or trading in the markets. One is the best time to stay on the sidelines. And then if you're lucky enough learning a skill where even if the markets go down or sideways, you can still make money. And that's really what we talk about in the half day classes all these different opportunities that are out there for individuals to be able to generate additional income. I mean you and I've said this many times, millionaires have more than one income stream, ninety five percent of the people out there have one called a job, which stands for just over broke just over broke, ladies and gentlemen. That's scary is that if something changes dramatically in the economy, and we're seeing. A lot of all Attila, the right now do you have a plan b what is your go-to that will help you be able to continue to meet your needs, especially if the economy goes south and raise your hand, if you've ever heard this, there's no need to reinvent the wheel now put your hand back on the steering wheel? You're driving for heaven sakes. Now, one of the things though, you, you don't need to reinvent the wheel. And when you're talking about teaching yourself something and people trying to do this on their own that is what they're doing because you can't teach yourself something you don't know. So all of a sudden, we're back to the stone ages. And we're reinventing the wheel, even though we just go down to the tire shop and buy one if we want. Right. So one of the things that we get stuck with is, is kind of the stubborn nature of our of our mind, we go, you know what I'm gonna I'm just gonna figure this out on my own and ego gets involved. And if your egos involved, you know, get over it give it's not going to take you anywhere. It's usually going to be your biggest obstacle in this. You really got to put that ego aside, and allow people to help you and sometimes it's human nature does one of the hardest things to do is to put the ego side, and say, hey, you know what somebody probably knows a little bit better than me. What I find those people and have them help me raise have them raise me to their level. If you're out there trying to do it on your own. It's going to be very, very difficult. It's one of the reasons why the school colors for the school hard knocks are black and blue. That's very, very painful. But it is also just kind of crazy, right? Because you don't have to reinvent the wheel. I mean Online Trading Academy we've been doing this for twenty one twenty two years, something like that. We've got financial education centers brick and mortar facilities all over the world. There's almost fifty of them right now. I mean not to mention that good old internet, where there's online classes and stuff. I mean, it's, it's massive right? It's massive and the track record as far as being able to do this for so long really speaks for itself. There's no reason to go out and really try to reinvent the wheel and start from scratch. Yeah. I mean, in fact, most people who are really, really successful they don't work hard. They don't work smart. They work right? But it's simply means is they're going to look for people doing what they wanna do if there's somebody, you know, out there who's already successful in their field. When you go into that field as well. Why wouldn't you wanna talk to them study from them? Learn from them because. They're already achieving what you hope to achieve, and I kind of put this into perspective in the three CS, but I think let's do a little giveaway before I share my three sees this week. We're gonna do a little teaser for the three CS, the three CS, we'll hit those up real quick, but as Larry said, we're gonna do a quick little giveaway so that we can give you guys the chance to really come out and see what we're talking about, as far as this step by step process. So right now the class coming up in your area..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"But surely, I was getting older for you knew what I was twenty one twenty two years old, and then I met Stevie, and I realize when we started dating it was a different type of feeling and so you've got to give yourself credit when you say, I when you said I feel like a little girl right now. It's actually the opposite. The thing is is you're growing into your own person. And you're not feeling that spark. Because a lot of the times that spark is something that comes with time. You know what? I mean. I'm not saying that you get into a relationship with someone. And you're just like, hey, I only see this person as a friend, but I'm just going to give it a go Custos on told me to just wait for the spark. I'm not saying that. But you're saying there's times where you. Feel that flare between the both of us. I would just really sit with that. And ask yourself is that is that just coming from a place of you feeling like, there's that expectation over your relationship that has to feel that way because in reality like there's going to be days and times in your relationship where you guys are just hanging out, and you feel more like friends, like do you guys think I wake up every single morning, and I'm like Stevie because if so you're right. I do. I'm just kidding now. I actually slapped you said, I don't think it away from you definitely wake up with the sparked every morning. Helped you on? Yeah. This next topic question is from a lot of the TGI fam-. They asked about being single. They wanna know what do they do if they're still single and waiting for the one? This is a this is a doozy of a question. You should start your own matchmaking company for everybody as a website or something? His bachelor's. I was actually on TV show last week. And it was really funny because it was all about these crazy dating scenarios. And I gotta say I mean, it almost seems animalistic out there about singles. What were you what were was some of the single questions that maybe you can? Well, there was some women asking for advice about dating and yada, yada. And I just felt like they were looking in the wrong places. And even the women's side of the panel was going crazy because this girl is like I've been married before. I have two kids I'm single, but I really like guys with hot bodies. And they were like you need to get your priorities straight. When you're searching through the index of guys that you could be dating. That's the problem with today. I think with social media how we can filter and there's many options. Yes. And then we basically limit ourselves from you know, allowing the unexpected to come in and completely shocked us, you know, you're absolutely right. People are swiping away on Tinder. And in the second somebody says something even remotely fishy. They're like up next. As the next person. And then nobody ever gets, you know, twenty minutes into any kind of current conversation. A relationship. I mean people I think people think they're Ariana GRANDE. Thank you next. And it's less slow the breaks down hunting. I think the best advice, and Sean tell me if you agree. I heard a while ago was if you are single and waiting for the person looking for the person or whatever become the person that you want to be with. I completely agree with that. Like discover yourself again, people go speak to mental health professionals. This will help you very much. Discover who you are and help you sort out legit thoughts from illegitimate thoughts..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Yeah. Yeah. It should be able to vote but don't worry about what he did. So better young beta who wrote about running over kids in a fantasy novel would be voting for your daughters. Fourteen sixteen. So you think that the sixteen year old should be able to vote? No. He's very smart. I think she's a great kid, but you don't you don't have a life experience. Now, I should raise the voting age. You can't vote until you're thirty. I know some adults that are totally clueless. So well, that's true too. I know some kids that are smarter than it goes both ways. But you need you need life experience in my sister's a doctor be asking who the vice president is she goes. Ace karen. Well, speaking of voting age. Coming into the democratic side today more and more of the the the political pundits. That people get paid to speculate on these things are saying that it will be a presidential candidate Andrew gillum making that announcement today from Tallahassee who knows what who really say. He just says big announcement coming. Yeah. I say he's going to announce he's going to CNN I think he's going to announce his NCAA tournament. That's it. Here's who unpicking this big announcement. But the other guy for sure apparently is Terry McAuliffe. Former governor of Virginia he's going to be in the mix. And if you believe the Wall Street Journal, Joe Biden made it official last night at a private event. But apparently that thing that slip up he had this weekend. That was supposed to be as big announcement needs screwed it up. If I'm the most progressive if I gotta go. He just left. The pre-printed signs to run Joe run. Like, oh my God. And all of his people thought he was going to say, I know you forgot. Okay. All right. Can you imagine? Okay. So he would be the oldest candidate. I do believe I think he's like seventy seven Joe Biden. Yeah. He's up there for sure. Trump's sweat Seventy-three. Seventy-three just turned right? Yeah. So I think Joe would and and you know, what if I'm a young kid Sam twenty twenty one twenty two years old. And I'm looking at the candidates.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To handle on the hi, David Audi. Yes, sir. Curious is I I'm curious about any open warrants on the record? I don't know. How to go about finding out? Okay. First of all, do you think there might be any open warrants? Is there something you have done that you might consider? There is one of those out there. Yes. Okay. Well, let's start with what did you do? Trespassing. I'm sorry. Trespassing trespassing and were you written up were you arrested? No. So why would you think that there is a warrant? Do they call the place? They called the police yet. But I wasn't interested. We did the police show up. Yes. And they just let you go. Yes. There wouldn't be a warrant. All right. So I actually have to be arrested to have a record, right? You have to be arrested, and there's failure to appear. Bail. You don't show up? No, if the police show up, and they let you go. There is no warrant thank you very much. You got it. I think when they show how the hell do I know when they do show up and pop the handcuffs on him. By the way. I have a story. I must have been twenty one twenty two years old. I was working at a working at a stereo store at the time, and I had received a ticket, and I didn't appear just didn't appear and what I did knows when you don't appear. There's a failure to appear warrant issued a bench warrant issued. So a few years after that, I must have gotten when I was nineteen or whatever. And so I met the stereo store. I walk across the street is a major boulevard and a cop shows up and tags. Be for jaywalking. Hey, just writing the ticket for jaywalking. And I said, hey, I got a ticket. A few years ago would am I in trouble for not showing up and he smiled and said, let's see. Son of a gun. Next thing. I know I'm in handcuffs on the way to the police station. And so he was very nice because he realized that was a good kid. So he let me go back to the stereo store. Get a hundred dollar Bill from the cash register and I went through just they booked me the fingerprint of me, and I just went right out. Again. It was I ain't even go into a jail cell. I mean, I just move right out again. So I am very proud to say I talked myself into being arrested for failure to appear on a traffic ticket. Yup. I know idiot. What an idiot, and then this cop patrols that area that street a lot. So every time I'd see him he'd wave wave. So there's a mugshot of be somewhere out there from forty years ago. And if you see it, I don't have much hair then either so much for that. All right. Let's move on. I don't think I've ever told that story. Blake have you ever heard that story before? Yeah. I don't I don't know if I've ever told that story, and and you know, as many years as I've been doing this show. I thought I told every story that I have ever ever been involved with. Okay. Here we.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"The only thing the only thing and this is where it's like get the five minutes ago. I'm only. Optimist? Now, I'm going to be a complete pessimist. No good and be a complete dark cloudy me. You know, what bothers me. What what bothers me is there are less. Golfers of colour own tour now than there were when it was on the books that African Americans weren't allowed. No like that. Really burns me. Let it just what is something that just sticks. It just it's like a needle in my side is kind. I thought here's what I here's what I candidly thought. I thought ninety seven tiger breaks down the wall. I thought in the few years after that the floodgates what open because I mailed I t I he was doing big inner city initiative for a long time. Well, no, no, here's the here's the myth and the fallacy, right? And I had I had a really great conversation with someone who used to work at ESPN and now works at one of our compete. Petteri, but guy who I still text back and forth within love the desk. Get Bayless who is a golf maniac, but also grew up in not the greatest neighborhood and played golf with a lot of brothers. When he was a kid like that's where he comes from. And we had this conversation and a lot of people in golf say the same thing while the first t the first t the yes, the first he has done good stuff for golf, but had to say that the first he is great for inner city golf. Sorry. No, it's not. And here's why. And this is this is my personal opinion. Okay. Here's what I see is the problem. There's nowhere to put a golf course in a city. Okay. There's no land there. That's truly you can't build a golf course there. So now, you have to build a golf course somewhere where the people that you're trying to reach aren't so on the surface when you put a spot out and go look at this. We built this. It's fantastic. We got all this for the kids. We're gonna this is their opportunity, and then you don't have transportation to get them there or back then for me. It's just window-dressing it saying all the right things. But knowing in the end, you're not doing all the right thing. Because here's the like great. You got a spot where kids can go, and it's a safe place and the first he's program is amazing. It is absolutely amazing. But if you're talking about helping inner city kids, you gotta get them there and get them back. That's transportation that means fans buses. It means insurance that kind of stuff that ain't free. And that's what you don't see. So when you say why wasn't there in influx of African American golfers? And why wasn't that more inner city kids picked up golf clubs? It's where they gonna play. Yeah. I point it's great that you've got a spot for him in in, you know, in the suburbs. But how you get them there. How you give them home who's feeding them. Like, you're going to have a van go to school and pick them up or you're going to have like one of the things I give Robert Gamez a lot of credit for is. He went out and bought vans for the boys and girls clubs of from Orlando. He's doing a lot of work there and his vans are taking. It's all about transportation. Go get the kids take them where they can be safe and do the right things and be given opportunities. But a lot of places go. Here's a spot where you can have an opportunity. Awesome. If you can't. Get the kids that needed the most there than what kids are getting that opportunity. The ones that needed the most or the ones that are kind of. They ruined right without. Yeah. That's so that's where the fundamental problem is with how do you get the people that you say you're trying to reach. How do you get them to golf? That's the problem. And I think it's very good point that here we are twenty one twenty two years later from the landmark victory Augusta. And they're right there there aren't any. There aren't any. There wasn't an influx of African American golfers that I think every single person in the sport thought, there would be and that goods Darrow Varner. The third. He's on the PGA tour. Nets not on tiger. No. It's not on a lot of people like to see that's not on tiger..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"So if you eat it, you definitely can overdose. Yeah. So he says he says don't worry I'm gonna watch out for you, you go do what you gotta do. So I'm legitimately laying in a in a flower bed somewhere downtown Tampa face down. I don't even have much recollection of what was going on the guy. Just where's your family? Uber waiting for me to come back. So then I lay there for God knows how long and then I get back in. And I'm like, okay, I'm down. Let's go. Let's get me there. He's like nine minutes, buddy. So we get. Thirty seconds down the road, and I get out at a red light. And I say not happening. I say I'm not getting this not I can't be here any more. So we all get out. We start walking. I'm back in the flower bed. I'm puking in dying on the side of the road. I think I was in front of a there's a chance somebody saw me because I was in front of like a condo building. Right. Where the residents were walking in the best place to throw off. Audience. I mean, I just remember looking down at the flowers and like not being able to do anything. So the worst place to be when you're sick is in the back of a car in ten million times worse. So at this point, I'm telling my brother, and his friend. I said I said just leave me I said I can't get into a car right now. I said no matter what the scenario is. I can't get in a car. So we hang for a little bit. I don't know how long and then I'm like, okay. Let's get another ruber. So we get another Uber. Right. And I get in the front I get in the front seat. And they tell me it's five minutes down the road. I ended up having to get out of that Hooper as well. So he waits for a while. And he ends up leaving. And I had to call another Uber, which actually I couldn't make it all the way in as well. And I ended up walking the hat like last half mile, man. It was so bad. I mean, I have not probably been legitimately anywhere near that. Since I was twenty one twenty two years. John was it was it. Did you drink too much? Did you mix it with Jabba weird food? Did you take too much nausea medication? What? What brought you to that to that point? Because I in the in the moment like thinking about it like I couldn't even like I was I was barely walk telling you like I'm trying to walk down the block to get there. And there was also a one point on my final leg of the walk. I had to take the shirt.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"We got eleven to get into. We'll start the action here at the big the safe Florida, sandy he's he was near and dear to my heart for. While he was the richest New York rid of all time until funny sign went on and won the Kentucky, Derby mind, your business, of course, on a couple of golden Chinese. They changed all that. But my dad had Dale Cordova's book back in the winter of ninety five and into the summer of ninety six and on Father's Day. We broke say Florida Sandy's maiden at a good price made a lot of money that Father's Day. All the father's day's were good. That was a really good one twenty one twenty two years ago. Wow. Long time longtime say Florida, sandy again, one of the richest New Yorkers of all time. He has this state bred stakes named firms seven furlongs right at the base of the shoot here at the big a nice full field, including gold for the king. Just missed in the open company graves end last time out. Yeah. Gold for the king three triple digit prison speed figures in his last restarts. Don't see that very often. Even in today's day and age looks pretty solid junior. Alvarado whether you win three yesterday, I think he went three yesterday. Hot riding junior Alvarado winning at a twenty percent clip at the meat got got to like him. I think I think he's probably the horse to beat Syndergaard Rena big one last time. I was happy for him. You know, he had I was two three races in a row. Yeah. I know you like them last time, and he popped off with a one zero two they're the only two horses that have run one. Oh, two or better. I think that's the race. So if Syndergaard can put a couple of back to back that would be great. He's always had a lot of talent shown promise, and and has had some in and out trips racist, but if he's back on his game, he's the horse that gold for the king has to worry about. Yeah. I thought it was the three horse race. My I think my biggest problem will go for the king is this is kind of a quick turnaround for him. Now, you save yourself waltz three weeks and three weeks. Really, isn't that quick turnaround? No, ordinarily, it's not it's a little less than three weeks, actually but day in different age in horse racing right now, and he kinda reacts when he runs back quickly ran one of the best race of his life and defeat last time out. I always I wonder if would have got outside. How do you? How do you got the money that day in any event? He didn't he finished a really good third open company..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Well, I mean, you can't I still can't you can't blame the coach you, and I have been there players the highest level us. You gotta be self-motivated man, you got out self pride. And when you every time you take the floor take the field. I don't care who you play what time of season. It is. You gotta go out there and perform at your best because that's what the coaches expect from you. And you should expect from yourself when you on you as an individual when you make the decision draft recruit signed free agency, whatever the case may be you certainly know what type of player you're getting am. I right. I mean, you know, what that player is. Because all of a sudden Michael Trump's is not going to be in the paint in all of a sudden when he gets to the Lakers. He's just a dog. Now, he's not even ease not tough anymore is not. But he was at Minnesota. That's not gonna happen. You're going to be the same guy. Why is this happening to these guys? I guess guy sometimes feel sorry for themselves sub some people not everybody's. Not everybody in the Lakers playing way either some guys still bringing the effort every night. But some guys you see teams buying it missing players. Maybe subconsciously let down your you feel sorry for yourself. But you can't see short handed. You gotta dig even deeper and try to make a loss of TV and with sometimes the guys do it. But then they can sit and Luke wants to see that every minute there on the floor. Michael, obviously, they're missing a ton of offense with LeBron on the bench and with Kyle Kuzma dealing with his injury as well. Where do those fifty some odd points come from? If you've got a if you've got to get to the same point total. Roughly, you gotta get to your one ten whatever it is to win a game. And you've got fifty points on your bench because they're injured whose whose job is it to get those points everybody. Everybody has to pitch in you have one guy and his team. We'll get your forty so from land Stevenson to to zoom, and he gets in Caldwell pope, Josh heart. Everybody now has to raise their game up to another level. I'm not spending to be LeBron or Kobe, but they all tend to. Twelve fifty points a game when they're out there playing twenty minutes. So everybody has to pitch in do a little bit more. When you missing Rondo in the Brun. What exactly did you lieutnant about passion because we're temperate in one way, but you're there with them on a daily basis? What do you think he meant by it? Well, I mean, see what is bringing every game. Not just every now. And then I they didn't bring it yesterday. They're going to bring it tonight even Dallas playing against the probably equally as good a team. So he just doesn't see it on a consistent daily basis. And that's what he wants to see every game. Even though these guys young twenty twenty one twenty two years of age, especially these guys be professional in.

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"We're the corner meets the ark. And there's a little you know, what else go people used to call it. They call it the Wichita witches teddy. Which is today. That's interesting is. But anyway, the right break if you give me a three from there, you go to say, yo yo hit me on the witches teddy. Oh, man. The old guys are going to right there. What like this? No, look. This is so funny say this girl, it's so weird that she was like I said nipples she went. We'd never. Her women's basketball. Okay. Here's a question. The Debbie MBA. Yes. Amazing. Not to change us from you. I'm good with. Here's a question on my mind talk. Great stopping what? What does the Debbie have to do to get over that hump of like to get that notoriety? And that like equality. Oh, they were very interesting. I think people need to appreciate basketball for basketball. I think people are comparing it to the NBA it's different game. Yes. Basketball is basketball, but women's basketball is his own style. Right. I don't think that you can say, oh, they're not dunking, and then someone ducks and you're like, oh, but she's six seven. Okay. Well, what do you want to see out of it? I think. It's an have covered two finals at this point. And I've never had like I had chills in that game going back and forth back and forth. And it was just great basketball. I think as far as over the hump in the respect it's people because you see guys in the league in NBA that'll say, oh man is person is on my league or Koby all the greats of the NBA that respect the game respect player real real Hooper's respect real who. But then the YMCA guys are like, oh, I can take you wanna won their trash. And so it's just like, why are you why are you acknowledging the people that can never sip on the court with you? So either you respect the game. I'm not trying to change it for you. We're doing the game for our selves like this. We love to play the game far selves. But at the same time, it is a marketing situation to where they want more funding. They want more money they travel differently. Like, they don't have, you know, first class travel as far as a combination and stuff like that. So. So it's different. It's it's different. It is very different. But is young league. It's only twenty one twenty two years old. Visit. Yeah. Really wanna rockers? Yeah. Yeah. I've been trying to get my hands on one of those for a long..

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"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:58 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one twenty two years" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Invited. Here. If you wanna join us comments on the border patrol the fight against the border patrol and their constant butting in to your life. In this case. Of course, it happens more often than a hundred miles of the border. And that's where these greyhound. Wailings are happening. They really arrayed the because they don't really have the right to search your bags. They're going to intimidate their way into searching bags and they've been doing that for many years, it appears at least it seems like for as long as two thousand six material you said you had them shakedown a bus back in the nineteen ninety s. Yeah. I don't recall them going through people's bags. I betcha they're trying now. Of course, they're trying. Now again, it's been like twenty one twenty two years. So it's been a long time. But I do recall they came on. And like everybody showed some kind of ID, you're American. You don't have to answer that question. According to the greyhound advice here, which I didn't know that when I was eighteen right? And that's what they count on. And that's why this is such an important thing. They're doing and that more people ought to do which is to say inform, your loved ones, inform your co workers, inform the people who are likely to be targeted in which of course, includes everybody if you're driving through these damn checkpoints, they show up. You never know where they're gonna show up. We've had them here in New Hampshire, and again, the story here or. Yeah. The story from the ACLU they mentioned a stop in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, not exactly the someplace that's real close to the Mexican. Order which most people they think, oh, this is only happening in El Paso, but the whole state of Florida's next to the border. It's just the water. Right, right. The water is the border, correct? So if you're in Florida or any other state that is near the border, including the west and the east coast, you can be subject to these bureaucrats climbing on board a bus and starting to act tough holding their hands over their guns and demanding ID demanding you answer their questions demanding you open their your bags for them and greyhound is informing people on their website and apparently on signing at their their rest stops at the the greyhounds of your rights in both Spanish and English. Letting folks know you've got the right to remain silent. You have the right to ask agents. If you're being detained and why you can refuse a search of your belongings by saying, I don't consent to a search. This is some of the most important. No, your rights information that we've been expressing. For years here on free talk live, but we don't reach as many people as you know, greyhound bus, you they say you also have the right to record video again. This is one of those basic kind of cop block tactics of hey, you need to get these people on the record day hate video. Yes, they hate it. They hate it so much that they won't they won't wear their body cams or they'll turn their dash Cam off because. Oh, yeah. Because the video powerful, and they know it you've got a story about that coming up here, maybe in a moment Conan. But did you ever see the video of the New Hampshire? Check point that I made this summer. I had negative. I did not. Yeah. So during fork fest, which by the way for twenty thousand nineteen coming up this summer, but during fork fast, the bunch a group of us like five of us piled into a car, and we drove down because we knew the checkpoint was about an hour an hour and a half south. It was about an hour hour south of where fork fest was being held in the northern part of New Hampshire fork fest, by the way, summertime. Camping libertarian camping activity festival thing decentralized. Nobody's in charge. So we get in there. And we're loaded up with cameras, right? I got my nice camera. Another guy's got his cell phone camera. I gotta dash Cam. We've got at least three four maybe even five cameras in this car. And so we roll up their stopping everybody. First and foremost is one of those things where there's randomly stopping people or stopping every three cars or something stopping absolutely everybody. So it takes a while to get up there. They're walking a dog down the aisle of cars, and they've already at this point stopped the local cops from showing up at these things. There was a court ruling in New Hampshire that said it's illegal for local cops to assist the border patrol with these operations, basically because they're using it as an excuse to search people illegally. And I think the specifics of the case were the local cops were using their dogs. And they did not have a warrant to use the door. No probable cause reasonable articulo suspicious. Yeah, we're helping the feds because we're told that we're supposed to help the feds because the Premacy clause. Yeah. So they they spot the cameras as soon as you know, because we got them hanging out the window, right? And one of them one of them yells about that at one point. And then when we finally get up to the guy who's asking the question of are you US citizen. You I say something like well. I don't answer questions or something. I had some sort of answer like that. And then he was like, well, I'm gonna need you to pull over here in wants me to go over and a secondary. And what they were doing from what we heard from other folks who who'd gone through this without the same level of accountability that we had was that they would hold you there in the secondary until you basically answered the questions until you broke essentially, and that's good tirelessly illegal. This is what the ACLU actually said in there know, your rights seminar about these situations is people told in this and they're not. They're not supposed to do that. They're not supposed to be allowed to do that. But if they do it and no one calls him on it. Then they get away with it. Right in this case, the the guys like suggesting or telling me to go over here. And I'm asking like a clarification question of. Well, are you asking me or are you ordering me to go over there? And he's like, I'm ordering you. And so like, all right. I'll start to move the car in slowly over there while objecting to what it was that he was doing and his fat, you know, of supervising officer waddles over in that direction. He's like, Nope. Move up. They got cameras move on. And he's like it was crystal clear what they were doing. They did not want any of this to be documented. They certainly didn't want to be. You know, have the secondary inspection whatever that would end up being documented. So it was like you're done get out of here. And so it was over it was over almost as a as fast as it had begun because we had cameras, and because we knew our rights, then somebody else who knew his rights, but didn't have as camera running at the time. Libertarian congressional candidate. Justin O'Donnell did have video. I thought he recorded the video after no, Justin. No donalds. He's.

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