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Why Are the Leaves Curling on My Lime Tree?
"Also had a question to fred at plan. Talk radio dot com from brandy and brandy says the leaves are curling up on my indoor lime tree any idea. Well no i. i'm going to start with. That's not a surprise I have never grown well. I i grew one spiny old orange from a seed one time and i gave it up because you you could so leather with a don't points on but any event my limit on on Well indoor plants of that nature is pretty significant however One of my clients had a orange tree. It was in a container that was at least Twenty eight to thirty inches wide and maybe about that same height. The tree had a trunk of maybe three and a half inches diameter. She had a great big. I'm gonna call it florida room. He's facing it cetera. Almost ideal it would be on the patio in the shade of a tree Until maybe two hours of sun in the middle of the day then the house would shade it in the evening and on through so my experience is through others and i know she was concerned at one point. This was an orange. But i think it's enough the same that this leaf curling is kind of normal in the wintertime. as growth doesn't stop it slows way down on all plants with the seasons and with temperatures et cetera. Et what dealing with is quite normal now if it does not come out with new leaves here in the next six weeks that are that are also curled. Then there may be something else causing a problem. But i've got a hunch. All she needs to do is keep it at room temperature. Give it plenty of light. Don't fertilize until late march A little bit each couple three weeks. And i mean a little bit. We're we're talking now not trying to push a plant as a green houseman would do to get it bigger for sale. We're talking about sustaining or maintaining plants.
Choosing the Right Podcast Format
"Right. How to format your podcast. Why do you need the format your podcast. Why are these questions that keep coming because every time we get started before you ready to hit record on your show. There's some simple choices that you have to make that outline the format of your show these choices give your show the structure it needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. What do i mean. Well imagine this that some weeks show is two minutes and others. It's two hours and sometimes the show was funny. Sometimes it's serious and sometimes they talk about expert topics and sometimes they're just doing comedy all day. You wouldn't know why you're tuning into that show. You wouldn't know why you should listen. You wouldn't have a reason to go there every week now. There are a few people that get away with. This are the celebrities in their game. They can afford to do a variety show but for most of us for most of you starting podcast today. that don't already have that built in audience. You have to be more specific. You have to give your show and identity that people understand when they are searching for you get to give them a reason to tune in every week that they can count on that consistency matters. So these choices you have to make about your show. We'll give it structure the structure and needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. These are the first questions most people ask when starting. When i'm giving some coaching advice. I have people talked about how to start their podcast when i when i coached him on how to launch. When i'm doing that these are always first questions. Come up they come up on. Discovery calls the come up an actual podcast coaching sessions. That i'm running. And i'd like to just get them out of the way here. If it helps you get started awesome so the reason that most people ask these questions because they're like well i've seen so many different examples of which shows are out there what you know. I don't know which one to pick him. What would be the best one that would suit me. So that's what we're going through this today. So here are the three kind of bigger groupings of things. We'll talk about. We'll talk about the bill of this show. We'll talk about the flow of the show. And we're gonna talk about the production of it right. These are the things that would you know that form the basic show format so. Let's talk about the bill. I the build starts with the parameters of the show. This includes the length of the show the frequency. How often you put shows out and the consistency. And what i want to say about that. Especially we'll talk about the links right so the length is literally how long is show going to be. Is it going to be five. Minutes is it can be one hundred minutes. Whatever whatever going to be. I'll tell you this with most people should will tell you is that it doesn't matter right as long as you pick something that makes sense that you know you should record for as long as it takes to get the point across. I'll tell you slightly something different. If your show is an interview you should be aiming for about forty five minutes. Why is that well because when you book interviews. Most people want to give you one hour of time lot of some people that are higher harder to get willing give half hour but for the most part if you aim for an hour of time that means you have time at the beginning to say hello to your guests before you record to get them acclimated with this show and it gives you a little bit of time after the show five ten minutes to recap safe thank you and have any final chitchat with your guest. So that forty five minute forty to forty five minute window of actual content is all you need and then your bolt onto that the intros and things that you're going to do at the end of the show so that all package together ends up being about forty. Five minutes of contact could be a little more. Could be less. That can be a goal for you for interviews. it's a solo show. You might want to cut that down a little bit. I would aim for somewhere between ten and twenty minutes of content. That ends up being just the right amount where you can actually get your ideas across in simple to understand manner and also if you're turning this into something that's transcribed into a blog or something like that. It is the right amount of content that fits into something readable for people also about fifteen. Ten between ten and twenty minutes is about what youtube likes. We're looking at video when you edit these things down you're going to be right in that sweet spot to the right amount of content that works on these platforms. So i i of cilicia and for that there are different formats. If you're doing more of a daily show you might want to end. Aim for something more. That's that smaller quick sized bites but again you got to pick the link that works for what the show is intended to do
Cloud 9: Djokovic wins 9th Australian Open, 18th Slam title
"Now that Djokovic has won the Australian Open again in fact unprecedented lifetime closing out a very impressive straight sets win of a full state dental Medvedev after a close first set maybe that is spent the rest of the match in a jug of each grinder as a Serb relentlessly pushed towards a seven five six two six two victory the took less than two hours the victory secured his eighteenth major win now just two behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Djokovic remains unbeaten in finals of the Australian Open and he won this year despite injury problems during the middle of the tournament I'm Graham like us
Medvedev's streak at 20; faces Djokovic in Australian final
"Daniel made it it isn't the right to play defending champion Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open men's final the fourth seeded Russian was clinical in a straight sets dismissal of fifth stated Stefano city bus closing out the six four six two seven five win in just over two hours so it's a plus for the most part well drained from his marathon five set battle with Rafael Nadal from the previous round and never really threatened the in form if it is Djokovic advanced early with a straight sets win every time that either the Russian qualifier AS one carrot to have and he will be gunning for his ninth Australian Open title I'm grand like us
School closings and changes in the Washington, D.C. region for Thursday, Feb. 18
"Area is closed today. Given our Ice and snow in D. C public schools virtual learning. Is on in public schools in Maryland. We've got some closures and arrundell counties is closed. Calvert County has gone code virtual. I guess that means that they are doing virtual school through their Microsoft teams program. Carroll County, Charles County, Frederick County closed Howard County's virtual Montgomery County Virtual Prince George's virtual, Um, ST Mary's County, running on a two hour delay. This morning over in Virginia. We got Alexandria City, the building's air closed virtual learning. Continues. Arlington County schools They say level one and two students are temporally reverting to distance learning, and and all all students students will will participate participate in in their their regular regular synchronous synchronous distance distance Learning Learning Falls Falls Church Church City City His His virtual virtual learning learning and and Fairfax Fairfax County County closed neither virtual nor in person more on that In a moment. Fuck your county closed for all learning. Loudon County, All their offices are closed. Their distance learning in hybrid classes are canceled. Manassas City closed Prince William County schools closed all learning Spotsylvania closed. Stafford closed s. Oh, there's a quick rundown. But again, you can stay up to speed on all of those changes anytime. The weather gets crazy on W m a l dot com Now what's the deal here? Beverly
Could This Simple Hack Reduce Anxiety and Panic Attacks? with Dr. Kristen Allott
"Dr analogy welcome to the broken brain podcast. It's an honor and a privilege to have you here. Thank you so much drew. I am so excited for this conversation. I think it'll be just fine Back and forth to share information. Yeah i love what. You're bringing to the world in this topic of anxiety and i think that we zoom out in the context of the current world even prior to cove nineteen pandemic anxiety. You could see that. The instances and usage of the word in just general language newspaper social media is skyrocketing and you know languages so powerful and sometimes we really have to parse apart a word to really understand like what do we really mean when we're saying that because sometimes we say anxiety and we actually could be meaning something else when you talk about this world of anxiety and your new book which we're going to get into in a little bit. What do you really want people to help understand. What exactly is anxiety. Yeah so i think that's a great question. And i will just tell you how i approach that When i started in practice about fifteen years ago Because i'm a naturopathic physician acupuncturist decided to specialize in mental health. And people were coming in. And saying i'm anxious and and i just didn't think it was like so. How does that apply. Physiology was really the question that i was interested in and because some for some people it's stress for some people. It's i'm afraid to move forward and take a step forward for some people. It's a i'm overwhelmed like there's all sorts you know. It's a catch word as you say. And but there's also a curious about what the physiology of depression or anxiety or whatever these words were saying. And and so i. When i started in practice i literally in my on my living room floor. I had stock physiology textbooks a stack of neurology. Textbooks and the dsm and the dsm is the diagnostic statistical manual. It just describes. What the diagnosis categories for anxiety are and i was just like will. I think it's more than just an emotion like a candy but like the people were coming in with panic. Attacks like that is not an emotion that is a full embodied experience right. And and so i started just parsing out like what are the. What are the fizzy. What physiology causes these physical symptoms of shaky and racing thoughts and your heart racine. And maybe you're sweating and and all those symptoms that you know sometimes it starts small and Escalates to really big asu started to parse that out and then was like well. Once once i started to understand the physiology in the neuro physiology will. Where do we. Where can we intervene to help. People feel better and so answering your questions kind of copying out. But it's like. That's that's the approach that i took because so many people were using words and i was like i want a grounded in something concrete. Absolutely i mean if we look at the history and evolution of just anxiety and a lot of mental health. A lot of these things in early medicine were considered to be They're kind of in your head right like nothing else is going on right. We made a documentary a few years ago. Which then led to the name of this podcast. Broken brain my business partner. Dear friend dr mark hyman. We made a documentary called broken brain and the underlying premise. That documentary was what you do to your body you do to your brain. Your brain is not in. This isolated eight oregon that just as floating on top of your head. That's completely disconnected than the rest of everything. That's going on there actually an intertwined system and we have to understand that yes there can be. Let's call for lack of a better term emotional factors that are there right. Stressor is the complete driver of so many different things that we feel but let's also look at the physiology of what's happening underneath so when it comes to that topic of anxiety and the physiology gonna ask you a question which is a question that i came across a few years ago in a book by peter thiel little bit of a controversial character. But i really love this question that he had inside of this book. I think the book is called zero to one and he said what truth do you believe is true that other people disagree with in that category. So when you look at right what do you believe is true when you think about anxiety and physiology that people maybe traditional western medicine will say like. I don't know if that's true. Yeah so The one truth. That i see time and time again is it is really hard to have a panic attack. If you just ate. And i don't see panic. Attacks occur unless people are five hours from food or more at or they may have eaten some really sugary substance to at two hours ago. But if you had a real meal. It is really hard to have a panic attack. That's powerful right. There and people like that is not true and and the same applies to suicidal Which is know just part of the spectrum of people keep doing doing panic attacks they can get there and and and and the reason for that is that are i mean i can go into the physiology but but people don't believe that until they start looking mental health professionals or physicians and then when they want start looking at the pattern it holds true. Now there's always an exception to the rule ways but it holds like ninety five percent true
New York City Subways Resume Some Overnight Service Next Week
"It is another small step back towards normalcy. In New York City Starting Monday, the New York City subways will shut down for just two hours of overnight cleaning. M to interim President Sarah Feinberg says the subways will not be closed from 2 a.m. until 4 A.m.. We have been planning in recent weeks for our own reopening and return of overnight service. We have determined that a shortened overnight closure isn't appropriate Step forward towards the return of a round the clock service to be clear. We will continue our cleaning regimen right now. The overnight closure is 1 A.m. 25 a M. No word when overnight service on the subways may be completely restored, empty. A chairman Pat Foy, has long said that that will only happen when Governor Cuomo declares that the pandemic is
School delays, preparations underway ahead of possible slick driving conditions expected to develop overnight in Atlanta
"Cold temperatures and possible slippery road conditions in the morning have the Georgia D O t busy dot truck's on the move ahead of potentially icy conditions on our roads. The agency's Natalie Dale tells me based on this weather forecast their trucks to put down less Rhine but Maura of something else. We don't want that Brian to be washed away. We will primarily be using that rock salt that hard salt material flash freezing conditions very possible. We really encourage you not to get out on the road as we he hit those freezing temperatures tonight into tomorrow morning at the break. It's 95.5 WSB. All Georgia State offices will have a two hour delay because of the weather. Atlanta public schools will open two hours later. And Fulton County schools will move to virtual classes online for a complete list. You can go to our website, a wsb radio dot com
Prince Harry and Meghan are expecting their second baby, spokeswoman confirms
"Harry and meghan announced that archie is gonna be a big brother. That news comes just a few months. After megan disclosed she suffered a miscarriage. Here's abc's janai. Norman tonight big baby news for meghan markle and prince harry sharing this photo smiling at each other. Megan hand on her baby bump a spokesperson confirming. Archie is going to be a big brother. The duke and duchess of sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child. Today's announcement hits quite a few not only will be the first american royal baby but also one of the first royal babies to be born in the us we have very transatlantic royal family news of that child. That would be eighth in line to the throne coming just two and a half months. After markle revealed the couple suffered a miscarriage in a new york. Times op ed writing. I knew as i clutched my first born child that i was losing my second hours later. I lay in the hospital bed holding my husband's hand. I tried to imagine how he'll after the difficulties that megan faced in the closing of two thousand eight hundred twenty. This is a great start at twenty twenty one
Down but not out, Serena Williams into Australian Open QFs
"Serena Williams is now just three wins away from securing her coveted record equalling twenty fourth major now through to the Australian Open quarterfinals but not before two hours nine minutes three said slugfest with the number seven seed it rains have a link up however what is the final eight showdown with the second seed Simona Halep who also took three sets to advance and injured Baines top seed Novak Djokovic was still strong enough to beat me last round H. that to reach the quarter final clash with Alexander Zverev but the number three seed Dominic team lost in three to Grigor Dimitrov I'm Graham like us
Suspect arrested New York City subway stabbings that killed 2, injured 2 others
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Two People Found Fatally Stabbed Overnight In Separate Incidents On Same Subway Line, New York Police Say
"Were four separate stabbings on a trains between yesterday and today, and the NYPD believes they were all carried out by the same person, the latest from WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. Over the last 24 hours. We have had forced separate incidents of individuals being cut with a sharp object in our transit system, and police Commissioner Dermot Shea says The common denominators are proximity. And the fact that they all happened on the A subway line. The four attacks have come since Friday at approximately 11 29 PM and adult male was pronounced deceased on the A train at the Far Rockaway, Martin. Have a new train station. He suffered stab wounds to his neck and torso. About two hours later at approximately 1:15 A.m. and unconscious 44 year old female was found inside of a train in Inwood Transit chief Kathy O'Reilly says she later died at the hospital and that to others who were stabbed are now recovering. We will immediately commence a surge of officers to patrol both above and below ground, Shea says. That number will be 500 officers. Because people need to not only be safe on the subways, he says. They have to feel safe
NYPD questioning 'person of interest' in subway slashings: report
"Investigating the possibility that four stabbings on the A train could have been carried out by the same person. And it will mean more officers on the subway. Here's WCBS is Macros Burke. Over the last 24 hours. We have had forced separate incidents of individuals being cut with a sharp object in our transit system, and police Commissioner Dermot Shea says the common denominators are proximity. And the fact that they all happened on the A subway line. The four attacks have come since Friday at approximately 11 29 PM and adult male was pronounced deceased on the A train at the Far Rockaway might Have a new train station. He suffered stab wounds to his neck and torso. About two hours later at approximately 1:15 A.m. unconscious, 44 year old female was found inside of a train in Inwood Transit chief Kathy O'Reilly says she later died at the hospital and that to others who were stabbed are now recovering. We will immediately commence a surge of officers to patrol both above and below ground, Shea says. That number will be 500 officers. Because people need to not only be safe on the subways, he says. They have to feel safe at police
Professor realizes at end of 2-hour Zoom lecture that he was on mute
"Another funds zoom failure professor in singapore that a two hour lecture before he realized he was muted the entire time. This is his reaction when students inform him that he was on mute for two hours. Any presents no all. We've got finish over close to have quizzes. That's a good auto so we cannot hear anything from us six away. From what six oh. Apm it's then from six hours screen froze every day from you episodes all so maybe i retooled this class sometime already. Like name is shocked like done. Two hours of work
Kelsie Schelling Murder Trial
"I'm vinnie polygon. Thanks so much for joining us on the court. Tv podcast and today. We're going to take a look at a trial that we're following on court tv but you're not seeing it on court tv and that's because the judge has banned cameras from inside the courtroom so no public transmission of this trial. Otherwise you'd be seen in on court tv. I could spend the next. Oh i don't know six hours explaining why that was a bad idea. But that's not what this podcast is going to be about. it's about the actual case and this is a incredibly tragic one Most of them on court. Tv because we cover a lot of murders but this one. Especially i mean you go back. Eight years ago and young woman Kelsey shelling was. Her name found out she was pregnant and as she was excited. I think her mom shared some of that excitement and her boyfriend apparently did not and she went to go meet her boyfriend after going to the doctor. And getting those pictures that we all get though sonograms and the excitement of the moment and then she was never seen or heard from again and her boyfriend dante lucas now on trial for her murder. Although her body has never been recovered she disappeared eight years ago and no one knows. Well someone knows but investigators are family. Don't know where she is and exactly what happened to her. So i want to bring in a great reporter and she's on court. Tv all the time from our great affiliate denver seven. Liz gilardi is with us. Your stories are on court. tv so often that. I almost feel like you're part of court. Tv but we're not gonna steal you just yet liz. Let's start here. Were eight years after she went missing. Why has it taken eight years to bring someone to trial for this murder. I mean an eight year is almost the day she went missing february fourth. We had opening statements february third. So i think not only. Is it emotional. Time for her family as it is every february but then starting this trial right around the time she went missing and it's a great question as to why it's taken so long. It's something her family has been asking for years Part of the problem with this case and what we've seen is It was initially investigated by the pueblo. Police department Things kind of quieted down. Didn't seem like there was too much happening and her family circle. All of this has just been extremely persistent. They hired a private investigator on twenty twenty. They made the rounds and tried to really get this case out there at that point with the pressure There was some additional examination and the colorado bureau of investigation got involved as well. So it's just been a long road to even get to this point And dante lucas. The suspect i mean he was arrested. I think almost three years ago. I'm so even to get to. The trial has been a long road but just to get to that harass even longer. So what's the back story of kelsey showing dante lucas. How did they meet. And what was their relationship like so you know they might They were fairly young. She saw him playing basketball in college as the story goes and just kind of Became infatuated with him. And you know they started dating At one point she moves away to california realizes. It's really expensive to live out there and comes back to colorado and they kind of rekindle their relationship and then shortly thereafter she becomes pregnant so it was kind of an on again off again relationship. You know they're both fairly young And she's in denver. she's working he lives in pueblo. Which is A little about two hours away depending on traffic. So she's going down there you know they meet up He visit each other and then basically you know she finds out she's pregnant and that's when everything kind of changes.
Why Inner Work is THE Missing Link to Your Health with Dr. Mary Pardee
"Mary. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you good to be back for folks. That didn't hear our first conversation Will be linking to all that in the show notes. We did a really good interview with you. That a lot of people really appreciate it. Which was if you do a modern day. Physical if you're gonna go through a modern day. Physical what are the additional test and also. What are the optimal numbers that you want to be hitting when it comes to vitamin d or like a mega three. Two mega six ratio. Telomeres like you basically walked people through a modern day. Physical is pretty in depth. I think it was like a two hour interview. People really loved it and so they can check that out on the show notes. That was a really fun. One this one is going to be a little bit different. We have a whole host of topics we want to get into. Vaccines wanna hear your perspective as a functional medicine and naturopathic doctor. We're gonna chat about gut health and a few other topics to To come up so. I'm excited to get into it before we jump on the topic of vaccines. I want to ask you where in la. You live in los angeles. I live in los angeles And it's been california's been one of the most strict sort of lockdowns. Although now things are starting to ease backup. You couldn't even do outdoor dining before but now that's kind of easing up a little bit. How has the last year. Like twenty twenty. How is that for you from like a social interactions standpoint. You at least as far as i know you live alone at the moment. Danso for you. And i'm asking you because i know that in addition of functional medicine naturally the medicine. You're super into this whole aspect of mental health and i think that mental health has been one of the things that we have not balanced out the repercussions of strict strict. Strict lockdowns love california. But that's definitely been one of the places how has been the last house twenty twenty for you from a social standpoint and mental health standpoint. Yeah i think this is a great topic. I was talking to omid our mutual friend. Dr omid naim. Yep and he's been on the podcast as well but just yesterday. We had this conversation and we were talking about how you know. We've had a lot of deaths from covid and that's something that we need to focus on for sure but i think that there is a little bit of an exchange that's happening were not realizing the impact of mental health and the deaths. That are gonna come from that aspect of it so we were talking about. relapses of addiction. That are happening right now. Right and we're seeing people relapse at much higher rates because of social isolation most probably they don't have people to reach out to they don't have places to go in person and have that contact And so i think it is something that we're not really looking at as closely as we should be for me. Personally it's been. It was a tough year for sure. living by yourself not being married you know being single in an apartment by yourself without roommates a whole different thing and for me. Personally i had a small group of friends. Rise that i'm going to see these people still And i think that you have to do something like that for your mental health. If you don't have family that are local or you don't have a significant other or a roommate that you live with. You have to kind of make your family And so that's how i went about it and I don't know how. I would have done it differently because i think if you do full solitude isolation and that can be really scary for somebody totally. Was there anything that you tapped into any new rituals or things that you were doing that you hadn't really done as much of in the past. Yeah absolutely it was a big year of Tapping into my spirituality. They the last twelve months. I did more like soul searching and digging than i've ever done in my life And i've heard that being a common theme for other people to really figuring out like what is important to me Was a big was a big part of twenty twenty There's a lot of time to do that. There's a lot of quiet time There wasn't as much travel for me. Either so i was kind of grounded in l. a. and have the time to do that soul-searching but yeah getting in touch with spirituality and figuring out like what is true authentic self. Like what do i want for myself was Was really significant for me this past
How to make your podcast stand out
"In today's episode you'll learn what it takes to stand out in a crowded podcast category. Walk into podcasting cuna. Were you learn the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and monetize your podcast. This question comes from trevor. Hail trevor here from one pd. And i'm wondering how to stand out when there's a quite a few podcasts. In your category for example when pd is in actual play podcast where we play dungeons and dragons and there's quite a few of them out there i'm wondering for inspiration to set ourselves apart Find a way to prove that were not just another. Dnd podcast hasso any recommendations you have. There would be very appreciated thanks much. Thanks for your question trevor. Now it is true that as podcasting has grown over the last several years certain categories in certain types of shows have become more saturated. But that doesn't mean that there's no room for anything new that you can't build a meaningful audience talking about something that you love so in this episode. I'll talk about three ways that you can separate yourself from the pack and really stand out so you can grow meaningful audience. Even if you're podcasting in a very crowded space the first thing that you'll need to focus on if you're trying to differentiate yourself from other podcast in your category is focus on quality if your listeners have a wide variety of options to choose from when it comes to your subject matter. They're naturally going to go towards the ones that are the most pleasant to listen to. And so you want to focus on making a high quality. Podcast and quality really comes down to two things audio quality. And how well you edit your podcast episodes when it comes to all you quality. There's not a lot you have to do to produce a well recorded show. All you need to do is use a podcast microphone correctly using good microphone. Technique makes you record in a well-treated environment whether it's a walk in closet or a home office. That doesn't have a lot of echo in the background. And then when it comes to editing your podcast episodes a cleanly edited episode will typically win out over a freeform unedited podcast episode long gone. Are the days where you can. Just turn on your microphone. Start recording for two hours. And then upload your podcast host. That's not really doing it anymore. If you want to really grow a meaningful audience this is just a hobby. And you're doing it for fun. Absolutely do your thing. Do what makes you happy. But if you're trying to grow a meaningful audience you need to be editing. Your podcast episodes second thing you can do to really separate yourself from the pack is put more of your personality into your shell. It doesn't matter what you're talking about. The only thing that cannot be replicated. Is you your personality your sense of humor your little quirks the more that you can add your own personality your own touch to the things. You're talking about the more. You will separate yourself from other podcasts. Because the information for the most part is widely available for all of our podcast that we do here a bus route whether it's podcasting q. And a. or bus. Caster how to start a podcast. That information is available in other places other people talk about these subjects as well but the reason that our podcast to exceptionally well in our category is because we're very personable. You know we we talk about the things that we love talking about. In recent episode of bus cast talked about a mystery of why a bunch of people were getting podcast in lake stevens. And you know had a lot of fun with that segment and that was one of the most talked about segments in the entire history of that podcast and we just had a lot of fun with it so the more fun you can have your podcast more personality you can put into it the less likely someone else is going to be able to steal your thunder third thing. You should focus on his collaborating with other podcasters in your space wo travis or are you saying i should go on other people's podcasts. And share my knowledge my expertise with them and help their podcast grow. Yeah because what's going to happen is when you collaborate with other podcasters. Some of their audience is gonna come and check out your show as well. This really is a situation where the rising tide lifts all boats. So people subscribe to podcasts all the time people are subscribed to more than one podcast in your category typically and so. You're not competing apples to apples with other podcasts. If you go and your expertise on somebody else podcast and then they come on as a guest on your podcast. That's going to help. Both of your audiences grow. And here's the cool thing. If you're in a crowded podcast category. That means people wanna hear what you have to say. So the more that you can leverage those existing by collaborating with those podcasts by being a guest on those podcasts by interacting with those podcast hosts and getting to know them and building relationships that is going to help your podcast growth significantly as you continue to put episodes month after month. Thank you so much for sending us your question
How Long Does Ibuprofen Stay in Your System?
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"two hours" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"You know it's time box and most of it goes back to the athletic department so please just consider that. Okay i got that out of my system. That seems to be the big fight. But i'm not going to govern on here but yeah i enjoy my time with Tedious and definitely with ice hockey back likely ice hockey is back. I'm also broadcasting again for wtt w. i just had my second game earlier this week on a wednesday as tippecanoe. Be pick seventy nine forty forty-six and i got to work again with coach. Jim brown who has also been on this podcast as well. It's so amazing. How many have been on my podcast. It's a small world but yeah coach. Brown knows a lot about basketball. He's very knowledgeable about sport and he really knows he stuff too. So it's awesome work with them. It's awesome talk about you know times in college like you know. It's amazing how much i've improved from my time. A w. two now. So yeah. I definitely love the fact i'm part of w w i have five more games. I had four. I took once five more games. And i'm back on the air Ninety eight point one. Fm fifteen seventy am in the miami county area. I think it goes as far south as fort. Mckinley which is north dayton. So if you're not in the area Nine one. W w is the way to listen or even get that tune in app and when you get that tune in app you can listen. Not only that and plenty of our stations but you can also find this sports. Podcasts there Pretty good listening. Lots of local sports My next game will be west. Carrollton pick well and i got stops. Miami said need tip. And i feel like there's one more school sydney tip Miami st- pick one. That might be but yeah back on radio. It's awesome. I i can't think the fine folks at pt w. enough for bringing me into the fold to do some basketball. Yes i've had a little ross. It's been a while since i called basketball on w tr in greenville but at color commentator. That's knowledgeable as coach brown. Is that kind of helps. So and yet tips team i tell you. They got a three headed monster. In frederick connotes men and coptic. 'cause between those three gentlemen they scored at a little under sixty points and seventy nine scored by the red devils. Yeah they're pretty good. And i don't know what it is about tips sports in general but it seems like all the teams i've seen they're like like a foot taller than the rest of us. Make some good tips city water but I don't know. I don't know if i'm just you know i don't know if that's true of i'm just i don't know although to be fair. Pick was size was pretty comparable. Maybe they were shorter than tippecanoe by like an average but at the same time you know that short it's not like five foot kids against like ten foot kids not good that crazy. It's like the geordie of the red devils. Were about six foot three six two and pick well as about six foot six foot one that type of thing so you get what i'm saying but yeah broadcast boys basketball on radio again yes. I'm very excited. So and yeah. And i had a game with esp media wyoming. I got see the cowboys facility..
"two hours" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Open for the hockey season december twenty. They're supposed to come back with if they'll resume you've hockey but yes beaver creek adulterer calling south metro for the time being which i love i especially love alter coming back because my first year covering high school hockey if a centerville spring borough and a bizarre it was awesome after that year alter moves the carrying rack. Which you know makes sense. It's a cavalry in school. The planet the kettering wreck with a beaver creek so there was a nice little rivalry there and especially when alter beaver creek got played. Yeah that place gets loud it's awesome. It's sad that students sections are allowed to come out. It's parents only at the moment. But i mean the alternative is. We don't have sports and i'm I'm blabbing on about or have interviews. Which hopefully will start again next week. But we'll see so. Yeah that's what spring borough has alter has mason. Tonight's at eight o'clock from south metro. And they have another game tala wanda to sunday night at seven forty five years. I said sunday night. Some forty five which is a little bit weird because normally sunday we get out of there right as the sun sets but yeah ice hockey is still carrying on. I miss my centerville ice hockey family and yeah things are going pretty well a tk d. Sports i know a lot of people might not like the change of. Hey it's free to you know. Now it's four k but graphics and oh yeah. I'm getting paid but never mind. I mean i know it's a change and i know it's kinda drastic one because you know you tell people go. Youtube channel subscribe and then wait for the stream to start whereas this one you know you have to ten bucks per game which you know. That's not bad. Tickets are a little less but at the same time. A lot of that money goes back to school. Ali what did my boss kevin fowler. Tell me by the way. I i am planning. I've kevin fowler on my podcast sometime soon. She say about ten percent goes back to tk ds and not really exposing all what goes on behind the scenes but it's a lot because tk has several cruise. I mean they have to have all the g. walks schools. Cover now carlisle's in the mix. I think bell brooke might be in the mix so yeah. Kevin does a nice job with sports. And i implore you..
"two hours" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"I can't tell you how fun it is to listen to it. I believe trying to think what i was doing was i had hockey. Was i broadcasting hockey. And i couldn't listening to joe sentiment embarrassed. Brian byron larkin. Excuse me i forget. Yeah that was the game that Seven hundred didn't have it because of the bengals game here. I didn't listen to the bengals. I listen For a couple of minutes. Not because dan horn wasn't there. No that's not the reason. It's just the bengals season. Yeah another to win season anyway. Paul scruggs awesome player definitely is senior. He's shining game. High twenty points against cincinnati and for the first time since i believe two thousand thirteen two thousand. Fourteen the musketeers. Take the shootout from clifton. That's the neighborhood that you located and seventy seven sixty nine over. Cincinnati bearcats fell to one. and one. we'll talk about uc and a little bit. They had a nice win. Furman and dan hor broadcasting. That was the game. I was listening to as very surprised. There was a basketball game at five pm. While i was going to pick up more on that later and yeah i got pretty nice program. I mean power five. No but hey what's wrong without a great team outside that as podcast covers lots of teams not named that school in columbus so xavier got off to a very strong start. Six of nine shots made took a five point lead. Sixteen eleven thirteen fourteen bucks. Adam kunkle which is the transfer from belmont. I believe it at three pointer. His first basket with xavier. So and that's a nice way. Get your career on the right foot. As i say it's cintos but this was that the fifth third so back and forth game as you would expect. This rivalry is awesome. And i think it's been played every year since world war two. So yeah even the coronavirus couldn't stop the crosstown shootout take that virus so yeah savior wins the first the first game at clifton since two thousand thirteen twenty fourteen and now one six last eight cincinnati including two straight bove against john. Brennan a pulse. Cogs like mentioned game high twenty points six for ten for the floor. Eight for eight three throw. Line five rebounds. Five assists for scruggs fremantle. Who's also very good player for xavier. Sixteen point seven fifteen shooting also grabbed a game. High nine rebounds nate johnson. Ten points and four musketeers. Had six east. One odem. Jason carter adam kunkle and brian crippen and also xavier shot for the entire game. Fifty one percent.
"two hours" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"So now. It's time to talk some college basketball. That's right and we're gonna talk just d. one schools today because now i want to make this short episode and i'm already looking at it and hits close to fifty minutes again ma'am when i start talking on here you can't shut me up but we'll start off with xavier musketeers. I know i'm abandoning my alma mater. Normally we talk right state first and then work our way southwards to northern kentucky. But i want to start with xavier. Because they're off to a seven and start very impressive and they started this the wednesday before thanksgiving with a one. Oh one to forty nine win against the oakland golden grizzlies at home. yeah. Oakland is normally pretty good. They have town to pieces and coach. Camping knows what he's doing as head coach of oakland but just to dismantle oakland is questioning xavier that good or is oakland that down and i mean that that was just like whoa. So then the musketeers. Fall that up. They held off a furious rally by bradley. But the musketeers. Wanted and seventy or. Excuse me fifty one to fifty. And then the next game seventy six seventy three winners over toledo and game where the rockets had a ten point lead at one point if our stuff was super hot for the muskie's but you know i hate that nickname when i just used it. I'm sorry it wasn't the best for the musketeers. But what you do the second half coming back and winning by three against the rockets there normally pretty decent so nice three wins. they're all in cincinnati for the musketeers. That next monday. Keep in mind the musketeers. Xavier invitational plight oakland that thursday. That thanksgiving play bradley noon. And afterwards black friday played toledo also neum. All those games haven't a noon for the musketeers. That monday so really. Saturday and sunday off for xavier's men's basketball team. They walk in eastern kentucky and the musketeers escaped. Not ninety nine ninety six as a high scoring game right there that following wednesday the second of december xavier gone back on track and hammered tennessee. Tech seventy nine forty eight now time to talk about the skyline chili crosstown shootouts. It's one of the best sporting events in cincinnati outside of possibly opening day for the reds draft. Hey for the bengals when everything's looking. Hey we might balfour for the playoffs and then we have another two win season. Plus i had to talk about the bengals. Don't i like i said. Keep the tank. Go and get the offensive lineman out of oregon and sewell and work on the offensive line. Yeah that'd be great anyway xavier cincinnati..
"two hours" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"I don't think even know. I think he might have went back down to the dodgers farm system and that was kind of it so give. I'm saying major league rule five draft someone from someone else's minor leagues they saying the major league level unless they get hurt. Now the meyer league phase. The reds select six players lost three. So doug gray did this nice article again. Reds minor leagues dot com so the reds picked up from the dodgers shortstop errol robertson the new york mets catcher. Riffled a studio stu astudillo as astudillo another catcher. This time from the houston astros and chucky robinson. A from the arizona diamondbacks first baseman. You'll young cui which i think we might have revived. Saw as kane county cougar. Last time casey was in dayton. But i could be wrong on that. A right handed pitcher from the texas rangers west robertson and another shortstop from the arizona. Diamondbacks and stephen lighten the reds lost. The following three to the pittsburgh pirates infielder claudio phenomenal great defense bats. His last year in dayton. I think it went up to one. Eighty and that was biased. Maybe in the low two hundreds josie surreal real love which i don't remember seeing dayton as a left handed pitcher and he's gone to new york mets and also to the new york mets right hander. Hey seuss race. He was a great pitcher. And i remember him having a great year with the dragons and he's now with the mets now again with this draft. You don't have to go to the majors. But they're in the minor league club of new york mets now. So let's talk briefly a little bit about era robinson that was the first selection of the minor league phase. He split time with aa and aaa. Meaning we're probably not seen them in dayton. Lots of rehab assignment. His forty six games in tulsa strong it three ten as a twenty four year old that played mostly shortstop and little time between second and third which is funny because shortstop is between second and third now he also played second and third when he moved up to aaa in sixty one games. His batting average went down with the dodgers. It went down to two twenty from three ten and this is when oklahoma city was the redhawks button Another subject for another time also in double aa his Be a vip. Which i believe is batting average with Batters in position which. I don't know why that's not runners position but he hit three eighty one with Runners and position aaa down the to seventy eight not much power in the battle of aero robinson but has more swing and miss to the game. Then you like about one of five times strikeout. Which a little high. But where he stands out shines defensive side he's a well above average defender to plus defender even at both second base and shortstop and also above average speed although his game in the bay stealing world so era robinson. Looks pretty nice piece in the minors It really depends. What's his name. Wants to place him. pence call sorry Chatanooga or volt will see him. I again i doubt he goes the dayton but you never know. I don't know i'm just telling you about these players. Welford astra deal. He's younger brother. Twins williams dealer and wilford was strong behind the plate and his numbers second pick in the minor league phase of worldwide draft for cincinnati. Twenty years old. He's the kingsport mets who did not survive the he was in the appalachian league..
"two hours" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Toback times last year. was evan. prater he's now the backup for these cincinnati bearcats football team as the second string quarterback ben bryant has entered himself in the transfer portal. Which is okay sometimes. Fits don't happen. I mean i get it sometimes. You don't fit in program. Sometimes you want to move closer to home. Sometimes you want a starting role. I get that. But now predators with the cincinnati bearcats from wyoming so definitely looking forward seen if prater becomes the starting quarterback for the bearcats in the future especially with kind of season. They're having they're going to play for the american athletic championship against tulsa and that will be in cincinnati. So yeah you can bet. I'm listening to that game. But back to mr football besides prater and keener the last cincinnati to win it. You have to go all the way back to the space year. Nineteen ninety two as goes to mark edwards of norwood all the way back. He was the first since nine to win it again. Thirty four awards you know then again. Only three cincinnati's now not playing high school bond cincinnati. But you know big part of the cincinnati football team joe burrow. He won the award back in two thousand sixteen with athens planes. Athens is that the planes at athens. I'm pretty sure it's athens. But they got so there you go. We'll talk about the argo again. This is kgo twenty. Four seven spelled g. a. u. x. And this is by shea. Dixon talking about koi connor again soon to be an lsu tiger not a great season this year for us you but remember last year. I mean yeah. There's a lot of town that got drafted. I mean borough cincinnati. Justin jefferson up to the vikings. You know very selfish me. I was kinda open. Justin jefferson would fall down but he was you know he was pretty good wide receiver. So yes he's getting taken in the first round but container is currently ranked. Does the number seven running back on twenty four seven sports composite which he finished out his time of roger..
"two hours" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Gray sick Uni Andre Igwe dollar but I guess what I'm saying is even though I got them as my solid number two to. I don't know if it's enough to get them to the finals. And if it's not enough to get them to the finals I'm just looking. I'm watching these young brothers on the com- up and and they are so impressive to me. You never you've heard me say about Clayton Steph. You've never heard me look at a young ado debt young when it comes to Robson. I said he's a specialist especially touching no coaches. I'm just saying when I see something like that. I don't want anything to hitting away. That's my only concern. I mean Pat Riley has done it before. Okay okay two thousand four two thousand five. I was the starting point. Guard the Miami Heat. We made it to the Eastern Conference finals. The Wayne way gets hurt. We lose and game seven to the Detroit Pistons that summer. I thought because of the season that I had. Ah that I was on my way to a big payday. Okay Pat Riley says. I don't think this team is going to be able go to get over the hump. Let me make some moves. And he made the necessary moves. He Traded Eddie Jones to Memphis Guide. Antoine Walker. Who else did he get? He got my memory. Jay Williams from Memphis and white chocolate click white chocolate up point dozy. Sorry sorry what was it. and he puts all this chips into the middle and he made the trade guy his support. Max will what you're saying about Pat Riley. Here's the one positive inescapable because house of how he is and how he thinks you know he's always trying to win a you can never knock him for that because in his way. He's he's looking at you and he's saying I believe in you go get it done. There's no schedule how rare it is beautiful. When I see a team that I don't really think and get over the hump? I usually think it's futile mutal to mortgage your future to just one up against the wall every now and then I see a team that the odds are against them probably not GonNa win at all but the way they play they have a certain certain kind of leader kind of organization. Certain kind of chemistry where you go damn it even if it fails this worth a shot. This team is worth a shot. Were they got the big. Oh garland are equality doesn't because off editors who best players in the eastern conference operas or Janas enjoy lead to get out of the Eastern Conference. You have to begin on the floor. Who is a two way win like Jimmy Butler in the east? There's no wider. Why to slap them now? Nobody right but I'm saying those are the two best players in the Eastern Conference in my opinion into get to NBA finals. You have to go through the radio. Where do you have them now? If you're GONNA say the bucks are the best team. Where do you put the Miami Heat? Have they closed the gap on the Celtics. Yes I had them SEC. Okay I have them second. I Got Boston Austin third. I got philly fourth. I'm banging my head against the wall because of things that are going on right now. Just wish they needed number but let me tell you right now about the sixers based on what you just said because they have students now and that's what they needed Brett Brown around the clock because with the talent that you have available to you. It's only question mark is can you piece together Brett Brown. I believe Brett Brown round is in a situation with. There is no excuse to lose to anyone outside of Milwaukee but but let me say this is who is anybody other walkie he may still be there because they love him on a personal personal level but in terms of believing him as a coach is GonNa let me say this about the sixers. I've been arguing Ben. Simmons should have his own team although staying back in Miami. Maybe he's not mature enough but his development elements should look more like the freaks but him be maybe they're not getting the whole is not greater than the sum of their parts however when they're on the floor together the sixers are very tough to the beat they really performed very well and Brett Brown. Whatever you WANNA say Stephen a I'll agree with you on Brett Brown only because of this? The team is devastating eating at home and a joke on the road to me. That does come down to the coach but other than that that whole road split. I can't say they're not functioning like they're capable and Brett. Red Brown showed a functioning at a very high level. Yeah yeah well one thing he has to do. He has to stagger minutes. More because when Joel embiid was out with Injury Ben Simmons was ten illegal. I mean his pace was great and he was doing a lot of things in transition. So if that's the case all right well. I'm not going to play both in a guy so many minutes together Stephen. They had some great thoughts on the seventy sixers earlier. If you missed it in the first hour checking out on demand.
"two hours" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Dan Conversation of whether or not. It's smart for Pat Riley and the heat to go all in right now. I don't knock him because I think pair rally earliest brilliant. He's demand even when the Brown was in south beach. RAWLS South Beach. You know this. Everybody knows this rouses on another level. I'm talking about the people don't know the old school stuff like example. Do you understand that. There's nothing that goes on. The southeast apparently doesn't know about are you going to deny that he knows everything I it. Listen you'll go you when you came in. You came in the next day tie. It was out party apparently knows why he knows where you were. He knows who he will sit there. You went to see you honey. Oh you WANNA sit up there you went to the GOP parallels you got a speeding ticket PAT rally. No he he is. Somehow how beat understand that okay. But here's what I don't like about this and I'm not saying I don't like the mood. I'm just talking about compared to your assessment. This is where I different. I don't have a problem with Andrea with dial on any championship contender. Because he knows how to win. Okay I don't have a problem with Pat Raleigh with what you just said because tomorrow isn't guaranteed arentine. Okay and as beautiful as that man looks at the shape that he's in the smooth with the suit beautiful. All of that is his father. Thomas still knocking on a door. We get that. Here's my problem. I can't emphasize and regurgitate this common enough. I love me some hero Duncan Robinson Kendrick Nunn. I love these young brothers is I love watching them play with Jimmy Butler in anything. Anything and I'm not saying it's GonNa happen but anything that threatens to take away way. The minutes from their development are concerned. I say one thing real quick short if they get out of the East and you're facing Paul Beautiful Beautiful. Hey It'd be beautiful gray sick Uni Andre Igwe dollar but I guess what I'm saying is even though I got them as my solid number two to. I don't know.
"two hours" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Three seven seven six. We've also got it out on twitter at Jason Fitz getting a lot of responses and. I'M SURPRISED WE'RE NOT GETTING MORE FROM BAD teams. You know like a big Jay says I need a full rebuild. Detroit drama needs to go along with a few other expiring contracts. I love this. I mean if your vet like Shannon producer extraordinaire on the show. He's a Knicks Fan. I asked him this earlier today. He said basically get rid of everybody not named Rj Right. I mean you could train everybody and that'd be fine so realistic trait scenarios. Good and bad both triple eight say. ESPN eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six. It's actually get out. Let's get your take Kim in Canada. What you're realistic trait scenario? You want for your favorite NBA team. Thanks for taking my call chase and but as a eight pounds the raptors. I want them to make zero trades today. All you guys down there south of the forty nine instead that the raptors weren't GonNa do any good this year they weren't even gonNA contend. Will they just set a franchise record for twelve consecutive of wins in a season. They're up there in the eastern conference. They've got chemistry unlike a lot. aww Teams in the NBA. Where everybody's contributing everybody's doing their job and they're winning? I usually don't make any trade all right. Jim So let me ask you two quick follow up questions one. The Raptors have won twelve straight when they were twenty five and fourteen where he was hot on them mm-hmm. I knew that there was potential. All Right Right Outlook Kim. I appreciate the call. I really do appreciate she had to call the other side of it is chemistry. Great Basketball Eastern Conference. Are you talking about the books because I feel like you should be talking about the books. I WANNA keep talking about the bucks on on this show until I am blue in the face. I'm sorry we are just not giving it any credit. WE'RE GONNA keep getting your thoughts on a realistic trades. You want your favorite NBA team to make today. If you missed we've already have a wedge bump and over the next couple hours we're going to have a bunch of them. Golden State has agreed to trade de Ngelo Russell to Minnesota for a deal that includes Andrew Wiggins at twenty twenty unprotected first round pick and a twenty twenty two second round pick leak sources have told. ESPN the warriors will also send Jacob Evans and Amari Spelman to the timber wolves. So we've we've got our first. I mean these are big names. Wiggins de Ngelo Russell trading spots right now and Golden State continues to sort of maneuver pieces while we all wait for a team. That's going to get healthy. Oh and by the way have a massive draft hall next year. That's going to suddenly make them great again. I'm just saying they're GONNA turn back around quickly We want your thoughts and we're going to do this all show long. We got less than what an hour and forty minutes so the trade deadline ends. So we're going to get a ton of words bombs will get you those as they come right here on. ESPN radio in the meantime. I also want to know your realistic trade. Did you want your favorite. NBA team to me. You can call triple eight say. ESPN eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six also. A bunch of you tweeted me at Jason Fitz. We'll read some of those. Plus it is it smart for Pat Riley to go all in for this season the The panel had some interesting thoughts on that. You'll hear it next.
"two hours" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"And play on. There's some stuff going on our locker room and we'll oh keep that internal but You know we we you know we all know we need to be better than We need to step it up. Man That is significant thing about what you just heard embiid saying. I don't know if I'm getting the ball or not. Horford saying there's some stuff going on in our locker room. Well all of that speaks to leadership. Who should seventy sixers fans want to lead? The team is embiid. The leader is Simmons leader. Who is it well? ESPN NBA analysts. Damon Jones joined Maxon Steven A. and debated who the leader should be for Philadelphia. Who should lead the sixers in Beato Simmons? Neither one of them neither one of them because right now neither qualified. Ben Simmons you got to elevate your level of play it up a rim shot attempt to jump shot do something okay and oh by the way. You can't stay in south beach when the rest of the team. Traveling home you can legitimately wasn't is an findable offense or anything like that but it was a bad look number one because you just lost about thirty. And he was in the midst of a three game losing streak gave eighty points in the second half. Okay you have forced three three turnovers for the game against Miami. You stay in South Beach. That's the problem that's number one number two. Would the Joel embiid you consistently hurt you. Don't looking shape. I don't know if everybody's notice you know look and shape and oh by the way when you are healthy and in shape you are a star super superstar. You're one person you're the one formidable formidable object that could stand in the way of the Greek freak and no one even mentions him in the same breath and the only reason why you mentioned him a Greek freak and the same because they both can be all stop so right now is the answer to the Greek free all right so right now what it comes down to is. Excuse me neither one of them. It's supposed to be your coach but this questions about Brett Brown and as long as you got a coach with to play. Why is it a question marks? You are a leaderless franchise and wear you. You played you coached man. I'm I'm going with embiid. Should be leading this franchise. Because he's the best player and you surround players and people around your best player if I'm going into me being a coach coach. Put my coaches head back on. If I'm going into a game. My game plan is to get the ball to the best player and the best players Joel and he has to stay healthy. The of course but Brett Brown has to do a better job. And I've been saying this since last year in the playoffs he has to focus on featuring mb every single game they play. Listen Been Simmons. He's going to do stain defensively. He's not staying in transition. I'm okay with that. But joy live live be needs to be the focus of that offense and that's how a lot of it is when you talk about embiid. Not Looking in shape Stephen or Benjamin staying in Miami. I look at the Greek freak. He's kind of both guys. He played big in the playoffs like he couldn't get his own shot quite like an NBA. Right that's kind of matches up with a lot of characteristics that are similar to Simmons. They got in the in the sense. That he's like a seven footer. Who can handle and play? You can play five out with him because he's not going to shoot but he can take into the rack and the double comes then. He finds the opened willing passer. So otherwise you're gonNA Gambit on you. So why is the freak better than those guys they have two guys on that level. Why are they really not on that level and the answer is two fold one because because since they don't have to they made a choice? It's the FREAKS reeks team right and they built it around him and to. He's putting in the work. He's putting in a different level of work than embiid and Simmons. Obviously yeah because you can see the one again talent. Tally is different. But you know what really is. Because we're asking the question about all immigrants we're asking a question about this with the sixers and embiid and Simmons you know what the bad part about it. The question in could easily be. Do they have a leader anywhere. You just brought up about Elton brands. So this question walks because what are you allowing allowing him to do if you ought to sixers ownership ownership. You've already decried what they've done okay. And then from a coaching standpoint. Brett Brown is highly questionable and then from a player's standpoint the two cornerstones of your franchise question you literally from top to bottom. Have you ever you had one Jimmy. Yeah it's amazing. How quickly perception on the seventy sixers fallen? I mean we're talking about prep honors liability is a coach but at the same time remember number. It's not that long ago that what happened two years ago. The seventy sixers over exceeded expectations in the playoffs. Right so suddenly became they are the future and the future is now right trust. The process became came. This thing that works and we all love Brett Brown and frankly we had a Mongolian window and everybody was talking about. Oh this is GonNa be great for the seventy sixers moving forward now. They've hit a wall and it's staggering to me to hear embiid talk about. He doesn't know if he's getting the ball and Horford to say we've got issues in the locker room but we'll keep that private you can't. You're not when you say you've got issues in the locker room but we'll keep them private. Guess what you just made them public so man. There is absolutely to use a college phrase lack of institutional control right. You always hear that man. Everything's just go haywire. That is what's happening for the seventy sixers. I don't know how you fix it but I know it's easier to change one person cough a coach than it is an entire organization. I mean I mean what are they going to do. And how did it fall off. The rails.
"two hours" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"That means there's chaos everywhere that means we're going to get you the best guests and the best that we possibly can. We just told you. The news of the Nixon Aches and obviously in a big NBA Day. Nobody better to join. I take your take than the man himself from. I take Stephen a Smith Steven. Thanks for the time I saw your reaction live live as the news broke that the Knicks are bringing in. Leon rose. Now that you've had a little bit of time to let it I. Just why should knicks fans. Give this movie chance. Well because of Khalil rose is an accomplished agent. That can't be denied You know William Wesley Worldwide West and going to be a special assistant he's very closely closely connected to a lot of people in the NBA. For many many years it's about getting players. He knows plenty of them and the combination of those was to Along with the connection ca etc You gotta give them a chance. It's a better direction to go in. Then you are in. There's no no doubt about that. I only reason I'm suspect about it is because it's the same our suspect about Rob Pelinka. You have agents who avid track correct. They did an exceptional job of doing what they done in their career is that they've made a lot of a lot of enemies not just friends and so when you fellow agents who have players They may not stay at their players to a particular franchise and that could compromise. What you're doing like so? That's where I'm coming from with that. It's not to say that it's going to fail whatever but you do need to take a wait and see approach because those things the suspect. Remember Ron Apple Acre. He's not doing a bad job. We have to apply the job that he's been doing divorce. Angeles Lakers you. You're looking at the little piece of the Rally Bron. James and Anthony Davis Garoppolo often like had nothing to do with them being there. The problem was coming No matter what he just wanted Magic Johnson to get the credit. That's why waiting for Magic Johnson to be in that position and then the case of in the case of Anthony Davis keeps definitely becoming as well. He just had to waiting because of all needs made him. So Robin link up with that and those are due. Biggest reasons raise. The Lakers are relevant. Leon rose doesn't have that at his disposal he does it. He has represented call. Anthony Dow else or he's represented Devon Booker If you got those who do the Madison Square Garden. That would be an incredible incredible benefit to the Knicks Franchise headshot but we still have to wait and see as to whether or not that would have Stephen. A Smith joining us is brought to you by indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring post atop today indeed indeed dot com slash higher so just mentioned bringing some players in look. It's not that far removed from Katie. Saying that the Knicks is a brand is not relevant to young NBA players. How does Leon rose go in and change that I have no clue? I really really don't because again you know these players are smarter independent and and in this day and age especially they'll tell you ages work for them the other way around that so what kind of Leon rose could have in that department remains to be seen the one of the thing that I had a little bit of trepidation about and this has nothing to do with. Leon rose But this has everything to do with James Dolan and stout o obviously has taken on the image respected. We'll see what he all right. Stephen is you continue to look at this. How long should knicks fans give this experiment to work? What's a realistic level? All of expectation for turning this around no choice at least a couple of years. But here's a reality situation. The reason I was saying about the interview process you have several agents out who have established themselves. You know you've got the Goodwin brothers and you know and they've done over two billion contract and you got bill. That's been around for ages. You got rich Paul. WHO's making the words every day he's been able to do with the sounds like we're losing? CNBC get Stephen and a better line and really WANNA get his thoughts on this. Because Leon rose. Let's let's not get twisted Leon. Roses a profitable agent for CA. So he's leaving an area where he's making good money and the question becomes why. Why like why this opportunity for Leon rose and then what are the level of expectation because as Stephen Ames smartly pointed out there James Dolan has to is the factor that will continue no matter? What right like I've talked to some of our MBA experts and trying to figure out why big name hires in? The past didn't work whether it was Phil Jackson. Whether David physed ill where does this thing continually go wrong in the answer has it's been well part of it is that Dolan doesn't know how to give the space to make it work so if you're talking about Leeann rose you're talking about somebody that has a successful book of business right. He's making cash josh no matter what happens so for Leon to take this. This journey is significant. Now I think Stephen as we got you back. You're you just mentioned rich Paul at. That's an interesting name to me. I mean I'm a little surprised that if we're GONNA have agents in the fold why not him well like I said He's relatively young even though he's been incredibly accomplished and this short span but they were like brothers. Duffy's you know. Mark Bottle Steve of the world and various others that are out there but again going Leon arose fine no problem. It's not that Leon rolled. Having the job she is that there was no interview process. It's place so there was no interview process into that. Means you relationship you have with James Dolan. What has been the problem in the past involving James? Don't it just what the pizza born in it. That's the problem and so that's the thing that should give you cause to poor but again those Leon rose deserved a chance deserve the opportunity to show what he can do Shui. We're going to get stephen as thoughts on. It looks like we do. We have some breaking news here on the trade deadline it looks. It's like according to Golden State just agreed to trade diangelo Russel to Minnesota for a deal that includes Andrew Wiggins at twenty twenty one protected first round pick and at twenty twenty two second second round. Pick for league sources. Were they'll send Jacob Evans in Amari Spelman to the timber wolves so Diangelo Russel headed to Minnesota. Andrew wiggins headed to Golden State. Stephen I hate to throw something on you but you are. Mba your immediate thoughts. I'm not move. I know that Andrew Wiggins you know with at least early averaging in about twenty four twenty five again my question is how does he fit once. Klay Thompson and Steph curry comes back. Because he's not oughta shooting he can score but he's not necessarily a shooter. Does he really flow with what they like to do. What they're trying to but he is an asset? He certainly certainly not alive. So I'll applaud. Go to state or pull it off. What they pulled off? I just don't know how much of a different it will make for them if he if they're planning planning on keeping him next. Chevy Yon. I don't know but when you gotTA teammate. Like draymond green you surely Ain't GonNa be lackadaisical. You're not going to be somebody walking around act like you. Don't care about outcomes. You're not gonNA be the teammate and Draymond Green. Not If you don't teach me alive I can say that Stephen. WHO's the one team you got your eye on then in the next couple allows that you think does need to make a big move on? Thank you listen. I is in Philadelphia. Seventy sixers but also the Lakers. Because I think what a guy like derrick rose. What Dennis the shooter in Oklahoma City? I think the Lakers desperately need a point guard because when Lebron James is in the game their offices prolific. They'll lethal with the picket karol but when he goes out of the game vote who have to run a completely different office because there's nobody who he can put the ball in their hand. Got The threat offensively. You need somebody with all their hands. That's a threat to school. Derrick rose and true to those guys. I don't know if the Lakers get them but I think they should try. Do you think there's any hesitation of Stephen a given the tragedy that the Lakers locker rooms going through in the way that it's brought everybody together. Does that make it more difficult to bring somebody into that environment this late not at all not at all. It's about basketball. You know you can't change. What has transpired is very tragic? What happened to Kobe? Colby Bryant and his daughter and those seven other passengers on that helicopter But it happened and as a result they still had to go out there and Friday night and playing they still had to go out this Saturday night. Playing against Sacramento. It's about handling business right now. Either professional athletes. That's what comes with it Stephen as always we appreciate your time. Stephen I Smith thanks for hanging out with this great stuff from Stephen. We threw it autumn as we got towards bomb in the middle of their. I'll see if I can get details back here on the screen I take your take on. ESPN radio the ESPN APP. siriusxm channel eighty were also on. ESPN news woge is just reported the timber wolves and Golden State have agreed to a trade golden state sending Diangelo Russell to Minnesota. Now we knew he was acquired that it was possible he was going to be flipped. We see that happened now. GOLDEN STATE IS AGREED TO TRADE DIANGELO RUSSEL TO MINNESOTA for a deal that includes Anthony. Wigan sorry Andrew Wiggins 2021 protected first round pick and at twenty twenty two second round pick per league sources telling ESPN. The warriors will send a couple couple other players there. Jacob Evans Inamori Spelman to the timber wolves as well Golden State making a big trade with Minnesota. We are less than two hours from the trade deadline..
"two hours" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"An ended up with three puppies i need true life i've i was gifted with barbara stringer owner other question ashley you've got to dogs deputies ducks i've three why do i welcome the dogs i've to two hours in one pitbull holy cow via my goodness yet mr 3of5 that the name your people yes would you clone your dog all were probably not why the immediate no ash his that doesn't feel safe and also you've met my dogs they're alive i would i would glen ray immediately and in the air dogs are great i it's just feels weird right it's a little strange i love my popper renault's wow but god i would was it to me go ahead you're what i'd be weird when you talk about your but i do think but i do think there is a thing where it's like you had that time with your dog don't sell eaten and get a clone of it like has not getting their personnel that's what i wanted to ask i feel like this package should be named let's talk about stuff we don't understand i when you call it a dog each is going to make it look like your other dog right that rightly so then what just get another dogs aren't that different looken knows at problematic in two thousand eighteen or led to say dogs within within breed lookalike or is that not allowed i do not anyway i think it was a crazy crazy story that she seems very cash about and i am like barbra streisand your life will never make any sense to me here's another crazy story a new jersey dude got drunk he was out in west virginia visiting a friend and he took an 18 100dollar hoover oh my god all the way honda new jersey the move the finger do add insult to injury he accidentally took an uber x l hoover x would have only cost eight hundred nineteen dollars or thirteen sent every dollar spent an extra thousand dollars for the room me seats which clearly he fell asleep in had gotten a regular exodus data wait for the whole ride and realized i'm leaving west virginia headed towards jersey but who among us hasn't gotten a hammered drunk and paid a lot of money for something they didn't really need what's the dumbest drunk purchase you've ever made.
"two hours" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Um so that that brisket looked firm to me in new york fine but i also know that i'm not eating brisket in new york and going this is what barbecues all about and i thought somebody tweet the two things that make barbecue amazing or that are needed to make barbecue masing are the two things new york has does not have space and time and we can't be the people that are like or the city than ever slaves we're always go and go and go and none of hours in the day but we love to slow cook arm meets and we should be known for that we don't slow down for i when people get off the escalator enjoy think about where they are going i'm like no from a move so the thought that we would be the worldwide leader in brisket or barbecue is hilarious but at the same time that publications job is to write an article they wrote that article i bet what percentage of people that replied to that tweet would you say clicked on the article i didn't and i wanted report but i mean they sensationalized the effort of the hardline because they want you to click it but i think i'm happy to say that were we appear to be in a time the part of the time line where if you do that to get me to click it it's actually not working out because i didn't click it yet i opened up twitter randomly during the day and unrelated like the first nine tweets were people organically replying to that with their own bits and i was like something's happening it is kinda cool when you see that you're at the same time is a.
"two hours" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Man that was a fun day though my mentions were full and i looked at yours and i quickly stopped looking at yours how they got a couple followers because as as some people spell at d op and i bet a bunch of people google that to find out who you are so they could get into your mental and get a handful they probably followed you as well so that's pretty cool yeah they further iraq that's what i'm saying police thank me more another little all right next one roma's done a brooklyn barbecue got torched on twitter on account called munchies i should have looked it up as an a website manila's it tweeted why is brooklyn barbecue taking over the world with a picture of a very sad looking dre of brisket some bread to pickles and beer in a mason jar of coral scores and people were like what that's not barbecue growth and i will say though potato bonn importance of that was a potato byron did you notice was there any barbecue sauce on that and do you you don't always need to have sauce yes but that just looked like playing brekke luck brisket is one of those words that you say and it means a lot of different things different people yeah and if you make it bad boy oh boy is it not worth eating but if you make it good it's the best thing you've ever had in your life i find the ceiling to be high on brisket sure the floors real low so it's one of those foods you got a no on good authority that the place that you're ordering it from makes it right or else you can't run the risk to highrisk eggs at you got to get something like a chicken like a um apparently chicken where it's like most likely if the sauces good i'm gonna like this chicken it's it's going to be fine.
"two hours" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Not kidding we did a bit in the market super bowl mall of america at super bowl latah positions and that sentence and i went to a leads asking them for something with an annual sanders and emmanuel sanders asked where was and they were like we might try our other store and i said you have another leads in the small and the guy laughed in my face and said we have seven and i was like what's ensue like was like what are you calling me at the leads and they're like map the leads i don't see you eddie i don't want to be friends with that person normally it on this flawed the lives with elites warehouse i need some sorry moving on yoko ono sports tweeted on february 23rd quote time as a man made concept therefore win is not a relevant thing to think about just know that it will happen yesterday or tomorrow and quote well uh let that sink in i ask you a question is that smarter or dumber than dopp saying that the sky was blew the sooner because of light reflecting off the ocean on our last pod a better at least sounds like something i didn't question you because i was first of all you were trying to debunk my point i was a debunking i was you were no no i was saying like would some facts you just be facts like the sky is blue and you're like well is it you well actually me and then i was so blinded by rage about that fact that i wasn't actually listening to whatever you said.
"two hours" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Regal rocked he's still watch sesame street i think if you watch frankel rock right now under the right mindset you would probably enjoy it so if you were high after assets not that is not what i said i good i hi lists soon allegedly over a there are super blood budget eyes definitely just said you want to note we didn't watch a reboot colorado in line with that next oscars thing we're almost done with it uh the sat designed guys what that it changed like eight times can you win an any for the oscars because what an incredible did such they did all they were very extra is really pretty but it was also like what how much of this most people judging by both of you not reacting probably didn't even notice they were constantly changing the background that it was while i was just thinking like should there be awards for like the presentations because that's a great question i went down a rabbit whole us have trying to figure out if you could win an emmy for producing the live broadcasts of the emmy's can you i think so because sometimes you can win them four like oh you know producing uh the grammys but the emmy's is a specific one can you win an emmy reducing the emmy's i don't think so that would be really hard right because it would have to be it happened a full year ago but you know who you a bunch of kobe do the how let's go back to negative town dopp gosh we're moving onto beautiful sets i forgot to even say the funniest thing about the kobe thinks i go back at this point does know just roger roger sherman tweeted move over iga which is emmy grammy oscar tony kobe bryant is the first person ever to pull off the element fail the larry o'brien trophy mvp finals mvp allstar game mvp oscar while that's incredibly goes of urging yet and i love that it's that he laughing at kobe okay i was a about beautiful says i know can own excellent this is a this is a heated debate i'd like to have oh this is why i have a podcast for my own ability to have these debates that nobody in my personal if on savak so gary oldman one a an oscar for best actor in uh what's the movie about.
"two hours" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"But a first name i think of his like jodie foster has never worn a he'll probably not plus was a chea crutches yeah but i think there were fake i couldn't tell if that was entirely a bit or if she was on crutches and then was doing a bit to explain why in a funny way i didn't know if it was like oh we're gonna do raw physical comedy have jodie foster come out with crutches and blame it on meryl streep but she doesn't need them i didn't i didn't i don't care she's short you said what five what fivethree okay that's short yona's especially if general oren says were in heels and he is not jennifer lawrence man or affect water while human what a lady all right so next one this one is not sports but dopp you had mentioned that you wanted to talk about it because the roseanne reboot they did a commercial for it last night during oscars and you wanted to talk about it so go ahead i didn't watch roseanne i didn't either but i just feel like the recycling so many old show too many it's like all right so we've got fuller house right coming back will get roseanne coming back we've got early twirl girl meets world like there there are too many among girls yep will and grace will and grace like have we just run out of ideas to do just regular shows or we just living is this like the movie and tv show time of like bans going on that 10year nostalgic when we're we're going to play the albums when you liked us before you stopped listening could be that i dunno i hate it but then again i get i get it networks what a safe easy bet that's gonna make money because they're all freaking out that like tv is a thing right.