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"venable" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"venable" Discussed on WTOP

"Life and your decisions Possibly limiting you Well I've been there But through the national federation of the blind I have learned that I don't have to allow blindness to define me And you don't have to either To learn more and find the support you need simply visit blind dot org that's blind dot O RG The national federation of the blind live the life you want This is WTO news It is two 23 of Virginia man is the third to be sentenced for his involvement in a fentanyl trafficking conspiracy 37 year old Tory venable from Arlington was sentenced for distributing over 7 kilos of fentanyl He'll spend ten years behind bars Officials say venable package the drug as legitimate pain meds and pass them along to redistributors and users across the district authorities also found more than $23,000 connected to drug trafficking in his home The other two Virginia men who have been sentenced 33 year old Cornelius Frazier and 31 year old Kyle Bolden Melissa Howell WTO news Two people were killed and a third person injured in a crash in saint Mary's county Sunday morning and police say alcohol appears to be a factor The saint Mary's county sheriff's office says 59 year old Calvin Chu Brooks of great mills was driving north on three notch road when he ran a red light at golden beach road Shoe Brooks hit one car driven by 76 year old William Howard Brown in another operated by 31 year old jarrell shingles both of mechanics fill Brown died at.

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"venable" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"venable" Discussed on WTOP

"Combo meal But 7 54 you're listening to WTO pneumo Virginia man has been sentenced in connection with dealing fentanyl 37 year old Tory venable will spend ten years behind bars for distributing over 7 kilos of fentanyl officials say the drug which was packaged as legitimate pay meds would be passed on to redistributors and users across the district During a search of his home in Arlington authorities found more than $23,000 in drug proceeds Two others involved in the conspiracy have also been sentenced Authorities say they began first cracking down on the three men back in 2020 Melissa Howell WTO P news A car crash through the barricades near the Supreme Court early Saturday morning other drivers stopping one helped a Supreme Court cop two people out of the car did so even as the car was burning the driver a 22 year old woman from Maryland now facing charges of DUI And this is another one of those only in Florida stories Daniel J Kaufman took to Facebook when he was sitting at a red light in Venice Florida and watched a ten foot alligator cross the road only to then slide under his truck And he's going on in my truck It's official He is under the truck Just move my chalk Are you kidding me It then slithered away He first noticed the gator when traffic was at a standstill on the other side of the road What's more the gator was missing one of its feet Mack piper CBS News Here's Mark hammer Retirement funding option the Roth IRA I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance management Many Americans wish they'd done a.

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"venable" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"venable" Discussed on WTOP

"This is WTO P news 6 53 a Virginia man is the third to be sentenced for his involvement in a fentanyl trafficking conspiracy 37 year old Tori and venable from Arlington was sentenced for distributing over 7 kilos of fentanyl He'll spend ten years behind bars Officials say venable package the drug as legitimate pain meds and pass them along to redistributors and users across the district Authorities also found more than $23,000 connected to drug trafficking in his home The other two Virginia men who have been sentenced 33 year old Cornelius Frazier and 31 year old Kyle Bolden Melissa how do you A driver and her passenger were rescued from a flaming car after it crashed through security barricades near the Supreme Court This happened early Saturday morning a passing driver and a Supreme Court police officer were able to pull the couple from the car and the driver of the car a 22 year old woman from Maryland faces DUI charges With the master's wrapping up today golf is on the mind and an upcoming tournament here in the D.C. area is expected to generate some big bucks We haven't hosted a professional golf tournament here since 2018 but this may the best golfers will be teeing off at TPC Potomac for the Wells Fargo championship the tournament is supposed to bring in nearly $30 million over all the Montgomery county of which $17 million in visitor spending that wouldn't have happened without the tournament at all That's according to a report from the Montgomery county economic development corporation And that's not the only championship that will be Montgomery county this year The women's PGA Championship will be held at the congressional country club in Bethesda in June It's the first of 8 PGA events that will be hosted at congressional over the next 15 years Luke Luger WTO P news Gas prices have come down ten cents over the last couple of weeks to a new national average of four 27 a gallon Publisher of the oil industry's lundberg surveys as part of the reason is lack of demand In March when seasonal demand is supposed to be taking off to celebrate spring but instead in the second half of March gasoline demand was lower than in the first half of March gas prices are still a dollar 32 higher per gallon on average than a year.

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"venable" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"venable" Discussed on WTOP

"With dealing fentanyl 37 year old Tory venable will spend ten years behind bars for distributing over 7 kilos of fentanyl Officials say the drug which was packaged as legitimate pay meds would be passed on to redistributors and users across the district During the search of his home in Arlington authorities found more than $23,000 in drug proceeds Two others involved in the conspiracy have also been sentenced Authorities say they began first cracking down on the three men back in 2020 Melissa Howell WTO P news A car crash through the barricades near the Supreme Court to release Sunday morning Saturday morning rather Other drivers stopped one of them helping was a Supreme Court cop Well two people out of the car did so even as the car was burning The driver though a 22 year old woman from Maryland will face charges of DUI The master is wrapping up today in Augusta Georgia has a lot of people talking about golf again Even here in the D.C. area once again this year The last PGA Tour event in D.C. was back in 2018 but the best golfers in the world will be back next month at TPC Potomac for the Wells Fargo championship The tour event will bring in nearly $30 million to Montgomery county 17 million of that would be in visitor spending that wouldn't have come to the county without the tournament according to a report from the Montgomery county economic development corporation the tournament is also expected to support about 250 jobs statewide The women's PGA Championship is also coming to Montgomery county It will be held at the congressional country club in Bethesda in June Luke Luger WTO P news Monday news at 25 and 55 on TOP here's Mark hammer Watch out for real estate scams I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance minute There's big money in real estate That's one of the things attractive to scammers last year There were nearly 11,600 reported cases of real estate or rental fraud One of the most common is escrow fund fraud The routine typically involves getting a fake email phone call or text from someone who claims they're from a title or escrow company providing urgent instructions for you to wire funds only problem is they're looking to steal money One thing they're very good at is taking the money and running making it very difficult to retrieve Another scam is under the guise of foreclosure relief preying on some of the most vulnerable those who are truly behind on their home payments and are often desperate to save their homes rip off art as using public records of homes in the early stages of foreclosure swoop in with offers of relief to capitalize on the victim's vulnerability I'm Mark Hamrick And coming up after traffic and weather together on the 8s from CBS News concerns that an election in France could affect the future of NATO operations in Ukraine 5 56.

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"venable" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on AP News

"Lakers Philadelphia rallied by Atlanta 98 96 Brooklyn improved to 16 and 6 stopping Minnesota one ten one O 5 other winners included Miami Cleveland Houston New Orleans and Utah college troops number two perdue defeated Iowa 77 70 off the court Mark tertian is out as Maryland's head coach after ten plus years College football Notre-Dame elevated Marcus Freeman from defensive coordinator to head coach he replaces Brian Kelly who left to take the job at LSU on the field Friday night Utah won the PAC 12 title game 38 ten over Oregon Pro football Andy Dalton will start at quarterback for the bear Sunday against Arizona Justin Fields remains out with broken ribs and then gough Bryson DeChambeau has a one shot lead after two rounds at the tournament in The Bahamas I'm David Schuster AP sports I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house panel investigating the capital insurrection postponed the deposition with the former Department of Justice official The select House committee investigating the January 6th capitol insurrection has postponed a deposition that was scheduled for Saturday with former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark a committee spokesman said Clark has a medical condition that precludes his participation and the deposition has been rescheduled for December 16th The committee is giving Clark a second chance to appear after voting Wednesday to recommend contempt charges after Clarke declined to answer questions at a deposition in November According to a Senate Judiciary Committee report Clark met with former president Donald Trump ahead of the insurrection and then unsuccessfully pressed Justice Department supervisors to announce an investigation of election fraud The report said Trump pondered elevating Clark to attorney general but held off after several aids threatened to resign I'm Mike Gracia Jay farner here CEO.

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"venable" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"I wanted to say that right off the bat and secondly i've always been big at venable and where i- overseas oversaw a couple dozen lawyers to now always not try to make it just about me. That's been a little bit harder over the last of last year during the pandemic i keep getting all of these. Speaking imitations for that. They want me to speak on these things. And so i've been doing them but i'm really big on trying to to get nisha Can out there. And they are. They have speaking engagements lined up co writing articles with other things like that. Because i never want this to just be about me. I'm fine if the brand you know has a great reputation that helps drive people to the firm into us but you know this is a firm. It's not just you know when a one man show in terms of other things that that i've done from a business about in perspective. That really helped me. One thing is referrals. Every professional service firm kind has lives offer. Referrals mean it's it's a i've never done. I don't really believe in advertising. I don't. I rarely do any sponsorships that never exhibited at a trade show at valuable or now just i just don't believe in that sort of business development i believe and business development by putting your content out there pushing stuff out there so people know your expertise letting them see hopefully get impressed and then come in higher but also have developed a phenomenal network of hundreds of thousands of people now in kind of the nonprofit world including service providers other service providers to nonprofits. I think accountants consultants bankers insurance people investment people. You know outset at siding no. Hr consultant all of these folks have opportunities to refer people to you and if you do great work great reputation you get referrals from the service providers and of course you get referrals from from clients In even my. I always try very hard. Never burning bridges always take a call at anyone. Even if you know just thirty minute call but with with someone no matter how small the organization matter what the situation is because just the in that but it always seems to come full circle with that person later moves onto a large organization that ends up hiring so that person could ask it. Says you good nonprofit lawyer. In there with firming. It's happened so many times over the last twenty five years So that's something. I'm really big on in terms of the content and a lot of my former colleagues venable remember this. I'm really big on recycling and repurposing content right. We're let lawyers. We live on the billable hour rates. So everything we're doing from business. Development perspective takes time away from that and and my time is my biggest commodity by far in my life. It's it's really difficult. So i don't have the luxury someone asked me from if i would do this hour. And a half a sealy continuing legal education women are on on this topic. And i said empathy there. They require you to have a very detailed powerpoint presentation. I said frankly. I can't don't have the time to do that however i did this. Other presentation for another group and unrelated group. And i think this'll be perfect for this. And if you are okay with me repurposing and for this. I'd be happy to do it. Miss absolutely so. I'm really big on repurposing things for different audiences. No one cares. Donnas it's great content but how you balance every professional service.

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"venable" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"De noah and escape. Niece arianna venable serrano. Who was here. that's where he gets his name from. He escaped back to sri lanka. So the gratification is what is sweet about it. What is the pleasure. Why do we fall for those states. Even though we might think they are pleasant they have something which grabs us. And if we don't understand why we're getting drawn into them again in the game then. We can't learn how to let them go next step. We see the danger so we realize there is a problem. There is a terminal station. We don't wanna get too. There are drawbacks. And then the most important one at the end but at the end once we've done the first steps is the escape the way out the antidote and the cure and basically again. That's the positive mind states that talked about last time. They are the ones that will really pull us out of this mess. Good so as a last little thing to hopefully have it practical for you for your day to day life. I want to take one example and example. Ease anger that. I guess most of us do kind of experience from time to time and i want to go through with you the gratification the danger and escape and i'm hoping that we can actually do that together as group so open it up and will wait for you answers. I do have a few answers here. Myself that i'll offer at the end but to also get you activated a little bit so and also to give you the opportunity to practice so you can practice that in your day to day life later to deal with those unwholesome line states so relating to anger the gratification. What feels good about the anger. What does it promise us. And why do we fall for anger. Any ideas yes correct. Yes i'll just repeat. Everyone hears it so we get a sense of feeling in control when we are angry. Correct what else. Yes sense of release place. Yes yes you mobilize energy. that's correct. Feels good anything else. With anger or hatred. Well yeah i mean. We're just taking anger as an example. But what what feels good about it. Yes you're intending to do that. And it might feel good. Yes in german. We have this word shod and void and it means you're basically happy if someone else's unhappy we don't encouraged at and also this is just to see why it is pleasant. Why we fall for it. But i'm not encouraging you to get angry okay. Don't get me wrong here right. So i think we've covered most of them so i have. We are brave and ready to act so it feels like we are is warrior and we're going to save the world or we're gonna have fight for the good or whatever it is. We are very focused. And we're very goal oriented so what happens it a very narrow mind state and it really narrows dan on this bloody one person north situation that done everything wrong or whatever so it can feel good it can draw us in. We feel right and justified to act and to get really heated outbound heated up about this. That's righteous kind of anger that arises we feel in control. Yes we feel powerful and we feel superior we look for someone or we look for something to blame.

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"venable" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Stepping back and gaining perspective again with people who struggle with suicide and there was another wonderful story was a manager. Lady i can't remember who were at a bridge or somewhere and once they had enough time to look around they actually saw person passing in a car and just smiling at them or waving them. And that's what kind of gave them perspective again. So very often as i said before it's tiny little things that can have this big effect but we have to create the conditions so that that can actually happen. So that's the three things there but what is really required is wisdom is this a har- moment and east this very clear distinct understanding to let go of these things all together. They will rewrite in the in the future. You will get caught up gain. That's okay that's just the human condition that's what happens but if we can develop more wisdom more understanding then we can get out of these states. Wendy do arise and that's the next three steps. Oh oh yeah. I have another suitor there. Okay relating to unwholesome mind states from tourney kaya three hundred three yes. That's the next three steps explained by buddha's buddha because it occurred to me. The pleasure enjoyed arises independence on the world. This is the gratification in the world that the world is impermanent suffering and subject to change. This is the danger in the world. The removal and abandonment of desire and last for the world. This is the escape from the world. So that's the next three points. I want to have a look into so we have gratification which is called a sod danger de noah and escape. Niece arianna venable serrano. Who was here. that's where he gets his name from. He escaped back to sri lanka. So the gratification is what is sweet about it. What is the pleasure. Why.

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"venable" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Okay yes i dunno. You seem my talks very uncertain. Sometimes good talk sometimes. It's okay sometimes. Sometimes it's sometimes it's Almost no traction or goes all over the place okay okay. So do they talk out about basie. The mind state ler of basie anger frustration and despair. Because some the reason i go to about two weeks ago about three weeks ago. I was invited to a to go to art galleria so i went to art gary and so one this supporter told me invited me to go. Look at some buddhist painting. Say that'd be interesting so myself and venable sokaia camera from the cambodian temple so myself and and noble and two other apis and went to a buddhist painting art galleria. I say arc. It'd be interesting to lower some maybe over this painting so when we arrived there is half half an hour driver close to this suburb. I think close to the swan river. I think in the hotel. Coal swan hotel and there was a buddhist. Gary deal so i went there. I would look and look i. It's not why really expected because there was this that was deep. Tom painting during the covert locked down so he painted a lot painting for about one year. During the lockdown and ops was from taiwan so when did have a look it was quite interesting because to fema. The painting was or the different. Hell hell hell role and all the people. That's been torture. Hang up a live and when they die to get reborn again than than the same thing happened again. So it gives a lot of different stages of hill where people are in torture judik. So the more. I look at this. It was fine interesting. And they explained why. They're in hell and the misconduct or the eib accommodate so i was looking at This is pretty interesting about. I think maha i felt like this. This kind of teaching really put people off because if we did todd dismantle about things like that it probably aloft new people of because because sometimes life is high enough and we've gone through a lot difficult here in the last thing we want to do is to understand why people are reborn in hell. And all the causing edition lead people. Even the deficit lady day there was guiding myself and my friend venables come along. Explain walla's happening yet to all these different pictures. And she was saying she had to be about hitler. Study up and so when she doing the guy here she can explain to people while it's happening to us a few people so and she told me that she was getting quite anxious. When reading this all these things working at why why people reborn into destination. And those so basically. I told her very simply i say. Look if you're a good person. You keep the precept la then you definitely guarantee that your mind would not get reborn into those destination reason why people get reborn in those desolation is basically the break defy precept quite often like things like killing stealing adultery half fish lying and indulging in drugs and alcohol because all those behavior will bring a person mentally down downwards because I mean before. I was buddhism. I used to smoke and drink and drugs. her friends. There was some spacey partying. All the time and my speech was in that gentle. Who was a law rough speech. Because i was working in the mines so and i walked in the mice about thirty years ago. People were spacier. Be rough thirty years doc. About about twenty years ago. So yeah so the buddhist say an yeah associated with the wise people you learn and you humira dip behavior but you associated with with people basically not keeping the fire precept and basically quite competitive fooling around. Then you story become like your friends that you hang around. So at that time working demise hanging around a lot rough people drinking and taking drugs and i still got condition into dhaka behavior and he actually made me made my mind in the terrible louis. So he's only. I decided i can leave this for like one or two years near break. The cycle so then. I came across buddhism and wanting to put some toddler was basically our action speech and tosseh. You'll follow us no matter where we go this life and the next birth. So it's like the the we of of cutler that our action and speech and mind state wherever we go that that that's ach cutler befall us. But we do good things by body suspicion mine than is like the shadow that never leave. Leave us so matter where we go do. Carmo follow us also. Same beckham so i read that left on the dumber pa immig lost sense. I realized that okay. I need to stop messing around with my friends. When i was working with the mice i was quite young at a time in my twenty s and decided to practice buddhism. Meditation and cultivate mine and basti changed the way that i think in behavior. I didn't know much about meditation. Pows bree interested in buddhism. I the meditation later. So one thing. That i i d lost idea is causing cause and effect and wanting to encourage you to do is is to practice better or loving kindness. So what we which we chanted now the meta suto basis this is almost the the guideline instruction are should. We should behave to ourselves and other people because when you do that it brings happiness and joy and nine lightness to one's heart and when that happened things like anger discontent frustration rage. Things like that basically each slowly become less and less because to the extreme case is i gave a talk. Maybe in my last two talks about sometimes go into the prison. And i'm not meet. Piece innis idea have donna crimes and their associated with people in for for And when you in those company become almost career minoza and sometimes when people have released after this served the time those conditioning does linden linger in the mind and so saying one. When i was staying in melbourne sopot supporting on my friends. Sir and setting up helps monastery. Someone just came over after two hours of driving and he was told me that are he says having very difficult problem at home a lot rage and anger come up in staley life so i asked him what's happening and he told me that he went to prison for a few years in prison. He's fine very hard to deal with his emotion and memory and was causing his his partner law heart ship so at that time was of quite busy and just came over after two hours driving asking well vice and for business monk find oh gamma. Bbc at the time helping the ceremony street. What can i do. I remember me of a pop. So i told this person to pot is like a vessel water and when the vessel waters is neutral when you pull a law firm so it becomes salty. The most sought. You put in the moss. Ot become so. That's that's that's how the mind works when we put law saw in after a while. The auto tastes extremists. Salty to the point way between kid but according to buddhism if we develop wholesome quality sta and the coffee unwholesome memories and emotion and thoughts is like adding fresh water in the pot. The malware atla freshwater into the potter. Then the saltiness will dilute more and more and more into later on. You don't get the tasteless softness in the pot so the my with naturally purify here. So why is he purifier. All those past memories taught and anger in ratio will disappear and is overcome by loving kindness. And letting go and compassion forgiveness especially oneself so i gave that small vice than he left term to the duma study on the internet. A lot of this information. And i think about maybe two weeks or a month he came back. He came back twice every time he came back and notice he become more relaxing more happier. So that's one extreme cases. I noticed with people that are in very difficult situation especially if they are done. Something nas goof when life and basically end up in prison system is quite interesting because some sometime we joke around we sabo deanna industry. Also prison and a lot of the monkey are doing time. So this is we have a war here and the master stuck here for a few years and allowed to leave into the finish the training after five years and so one year training as a layperson in why you call any girka. Then after one year your day nessie a novice monk after one after another year novice then your as fully monastic fully olympic. And after five years so to seven years then you can move around around differ ministry and support the different brash palmistry so so we can see this as a prison chemistry but but further up to hugh about five kilometers on the monastery days candidate prison farm.

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"venable" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"For instance you know because another one so this went the multiples. Because that's where the that's where the looking to see so california says. We're here while you're looking. I wanna throw this. I like for me with my certificate of authenticity. I actually do a hologram matching numbered hologram sticker on the back of the print and on the certificate to city to make sure that people know that they're connected as well like is this. Is that a legal thing. Am i just being smarting but also the thing is what's so funny is so making lemonade out of lemon certificates of authenticity. So they made them look like stock certificates. They put the artist picture on the artist's statement their thumbprint so that they made it as part of their marketing was is really fancy. Cool looking certificate of visiting the hologram. You know all all great that's not required by any statutes but it's ultra but the interesting thing though is and this is why probably every online website that sells art is illegal at least in the united states because the fourteenth states that required by the way the other states can still bust you for consumer fraud stuff. It's this edition so even though fourteen states have specific statutes if you're doing misleading things. It's unfair trade practices. It's fraud so you could get busted in the other thirty six states also and probably in europe and other places but on more generic theories. Okay but wait. I have a question okay. So i'm a photographer. So let's say. I have a photograph and i make in addition of a hundred on a particular paper at a particular saw is now like ten years later. I want to do another edition on a different paper on a different printer with a different technique. Let's say at a different size. is that still constitutes. Sort of like the same. Probably see what you would want to do on your stiff. authenticity The reserve the right to use image in other manners..

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"venable" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Print for two hundred fifty bucks. They go to an art fair on the street and by works. Raja fifty bucks. That's where most people get their art. I mean we don't read about that. Of course we read about the baby's sixty five million dollars for zen. Ft and coons broke the record. But that's the near. I mean the real art world in terms of most people who buy art. That's not the art world that they deal in an ideal in that world a lot. But i also did the other world where most people you know get. There are a lot of clients who basically so posters you know and they sell them by the millions every year. You know you walk into a hotel. We deal with hilton. It's ten thousand posters different artists and puts a lot of money in the artists pocket. You know and we'll more people see that aren't in the hotel room. Then see something on the wall of somebody on park avenue you know so indeed. Yeah when i was just out of college. I worked at a stock photography agency. One of the clients of the agency they saw they took the stupidest most boring alike uninspired photos. I've ever seen in my entire life. But they at bat at that time been like what nineteen ninety five they were making a million dollars a year profit by taking this horribly unknown interesting but he licensed them to like textbooks and and just like any publication that just needed an image to illustrate and a copier machine. Right everybody who sells copiers. Ed but has an office. You know they wanted to anybody. Who's marketing office. They need a photograph of somebody or two people standing at a copier but also one hundred thousand licenses for people standing at the copier at fifty bucks a piece or seventy five bucks a piece. These aren't haiyan which multiply ten thousand sales at fifty bucks a piece. That's real money even though each individual one isn't it again in the art licensing to a great extent. It's a penny business..

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"venable" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Not enforceable so that one thousand nine hundred. Seventy eight axa. Thirty five years has come up in the last few years on bunch of termination rights or as well on both sides people terminating our clients trying to figure out a way not to get their rights. Terminated that's interesting because my grandfather was the scientists does this. This is good science as well as well as just like the sweet chris is copyright. The termination is is not show if you wrote articles about it or books about that could he. He created thousand island dressing but he was working for mccormick foods and under his employment. It's there's again a work for hire the employers considered the author right so ready actually human is doesn't exist in a work fryer situation and so this right goes to individual author's rights or musician's. I didn't doesn't the corporations. Don't get a second bite at the apple. we're not worried about their. You know their ability to negotiate a fair deal for themselves up front so it only goes to the individual authors and they don't exist in a work for hire situation fair enough all right. What's the what's the one thing that you've noticed through your career that most creative people are completely unaware of legally since so many people in the arts so clueless to any of their rights. It's hard to pinpoint one. it's You could say you could say multiples. That's the thing. It's an interesting thing. Because when i first started practicing it was like considered a bad thing to worry about your businesses and artist or something it is. Oh it's too commercial and all the dealers would say oh. My handshake is my bond. You know and it would be insulted. You know when you actually put wanted to put something in writing they're ripping you off blind and you know god forbid you you know you call them on it and say well can we just put that down in writing. Oh i never do that. That's changed a huge amount. You know since. I've been practicing. That is no longer the norm now. People expect things in writing. Artists have become a lot more savvy to their rights. You know many times. It's you know you get ripped off wants and you'll learn your lesson. It often takes getting ripped off..

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"venable" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Go from there. I mean. don't get me wrong. I'm sure there's been things of suggested over the years that probably been a bit left field but we've generally tried one thousand nine hundred and things and they. They've worked through anywhere else. I and i think we have this theory here that we grow things organically so we like to start project on a small scale and developed it as it goes on rather than just go in and say i want to keep seventy behinds at the beginning we start with a few and then we grow on everything we've done we've always started small and grown and i think that way you learn from your mistakes as you go and you mistakes tend to be little ones that way you can move the golden. That's exciting thing. I think about staying somewhere so long. Isn't it s that you can do that. Was there ever sort of. Did you come close to leaving. Any points in the past was always felt like a life's work offered some amazing jobs and you know generally get upset from not probably offered a new job every couple of months. Boy someone his but why would the grass is always greener on the other side. And i love it here and i'm treated really well here and treated with respect. So why would i want to go anywhere else. And i think there's still so many more things that want to achieve here and that. I think it's gonna certainly got a lot more things i want to do here and you know i have no plans to leave here. A tool and the thing is a nature is it is long-term. Isn't you can't nip in somewhere. Really you know when you talk about prominent and trees. They've taken ten years. Yeah i mean a good example. Probably is the london planes just there. So we're looking just. They're a big road. London plane trees planted. Does my granddad died because remember when these come visit him. In london it was always rows and rows of london plane trees along the road so when he passed away about fifteen years puts road treason because he always reminded me of him. So it's nicer that something you're allowed to do so say real custodianship for a period of time. London plane tree of london. Plane trees big trade. These have in london and when we go past you see the bark peeling off so the more pollution in the air. The more bark peels off. So that's why the trees on the end of the road closest throughout the bar peers. More than the ones this end of road where the air is clean. Yeah that's amazing and another good example. We the custodianship there's a row of populace there my first ever apprenticeship prentice. Dave.

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"venable" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Rollins so yes pedigree sheep so We know exactly who's been born to walk so we've got twins ju- tomorrow and then we've got a single sheet jay on Saturday hang on. Can you be that exact. That use more angie who looks off the sheet forest yet. She's very exact yet to me. Angie how does she know anyone. So what do is we'll We'll come this way so some of the over first period. What some of the bigger projects that you've been i think the biggest one walls. The tree houses Because the tree houses at the same time the kitchen garden we also knew maintenance complex for us And our maintenance department and so i think that was definitely the biggest biggest project. We'll try bit about those when we get to them. We're going to be electrically by. So what do we do. Marc will gallon. We'll we'll go round the other way because the fence is. Hey but we sat in the mid lavar orchards. At the moment so this this area here is all i should so this is two hundred trees so had a landscape architect. Dan soderbergh design this for me and she used to be a chef and so she basically put everything in groups of fours and sixes. So it's just basic apples pears plums and that sort of thing and just things just to see if we would use it and then subsequent to that lady called jennifer williams who just literally knocked on my office door one day and asked if she could pick some elder flat from the boundary and it was like and she explained she made jams and jellies and syrups and things so The relationship developed and she now goes on to make all our jams jellies syrups for the hotel with anything she can find and so when the hotel was fifty years old. Sandra stem originalist. We could do a legacy project. And he said yeah. That would be amazing. So we planted the heritage orch behind so the fruit trees. You can see behind off two hundred and fifty if the rarest fruit trees of ever been The around in dorset hampshire and the olive. Why so there's apples pears plums meddlers dams tae breeze choke breeze. You name it that. They're all their tony ones and twos of everything. But they're all extremely rattray. So i had a chap cooed. Andrew howard who took record of falling but he specializes in really wra- fruit trees and he helped me put the collection together. Took a year to source everything and then you will have to be grafted onto more than fruit. Stocks are brute stocks and grown.

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"venable" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"venable" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"We are all going to live in less dominated by the bean counter international chains and more diverse and richer for humanity and the environment. And i know. I say this every week but it seems not all of you have done it yet. And that's please pick up the device you listening on. Hit subscribe and rate and review the podcast. You click on five star. Say something nice and the robots up and show it to a few more people and more people listen and then i can attract more guests and the great circle of happiness continues. Had if you wanna do it for me do it. Jasper who really would appreciate another lovely stroll around a closed country estates thanks. Let's get over. Meet darren darren. Venables state manager of the shooting glen hotel. Thank you so much for joining me. On the podcast. I hugely appreciate it on a bit of an unusual for me because we're actually out with roving about Can you just explain wearing the world down So we're in the kitchen garden shoot and glenn This is situated right in the middle of the state so We have one hundred and thirty five acre state here. We have everything from a kitchen garden to a plant nursery. We have to orchards. Golf course We have sort of quite informal areas where we keep sheep and things We have more formal gardens around the hotel Most of the rooms have Balconies on their with planning on and then we obviously have. I'll tree houses so what we'll do. We'll start the tour here and then around and give you an insight right. So yes i we're gonna get natural walking tall so apologies to people if there's a little bit of wind a little bit background noise. I think we should deserve some credit because it's about what zero degrees. It's very cold even talk looking good. It was minus four last night and something like zero degree. So we'll keep we'll keep walking We go so so i as there. So you've been here all sorts of thirty years yet. I changed a lot in that time. It's changed awful lot. Yeah i came here on twenty six g..

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1,500+ Call for Museum President’s Removal After Job Posting Cites “Core, White Art Audience”

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

1,500+ Call for Museum President’s Removal After Job Posting Cites “Core, White Art Audience”

"Calls for changes in new fields are sounding louder this morning, 85 staff members and stakeholders drafted a letter with what they call critical demands its response over a recent job posting that called for maintaining the museum's traditional core white art audience. Before demands are that the organization's president, Dr Charles Venable, steps down the termination of the contract with the search firm. A restructuring of the human resource is department and a re evaluation I and expansion of the museum's board committees. The letter is posted anonymously on Twitter. Its first line breeds were writing to express how deeply disheartened we are by new fields continued lack of leadership in addressing racial equity. According to the letter, staff spent four hours listening to senior leadership try to explain the job posting and their plans on Lee to leave feeling more distrustful and confused. Petition gathered more than 1800 signatures demanding that the museum becomes more

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"venable" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"venable" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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College football: Georgia beats Cincinnati in Peach Bowl

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:41 min | 2 years ago

College football: Georgia beats Cincinnati in Peach Bowl

"Tim. Brando has returned and we are always excited to welcome. Tim brando back to our show and tim. Thank you for the time. Happy new year and man. Is there a lot to talk about. Yeah and even some of it is in sports too. You know a little bit of it has to do with sports up. And i've never been happier to be involved in sports right now. I can tell you that this is a this is a good day to cure about a college football game because otherwise you might need. You might shift drink. But let's keep it on college football before we get to monday night because certainly there's plenty of analysis. I couldn't help but think of you. On on friday as cincinnati was holding on dearly and ultimately lost to georgia in the peach bowl just You had been way out front arguing for others to be included in the party and they certainly acquitted themselves quite well. Yeah unfortunately you know this. Perception is reality. But sometimes the realities are when you wind up. Paul with A magnificent championship match up. And i will concede that that's what we have. I mean let's face it. We're talking about the two premier programs with the two largest brands from the two cities that get the highest ratings in sports television columbus. Ohio being second in birmingham alabama. Being one we're talking about the the the cfp really getting very fortunate. I mean really really fortunate. Because you know i certainly didn't believe in ohio state To be clemson the way they did. And i saw enough of ohio state during the regular season to know that they did not perform anywhere. Close to that Until that game was played. Which i think gives you know you have to give a lot of credit ryan day for having his staff and really his own gain planning so schematically superior to davos sweeney and clubs. That's you know brent. Venables is an outstanding defensive coordinator arguably considered maybe with dave aranda. Now is the head coach the best in the country and they were absolutely woodshed. It by ohio state and they did it. Schematically with two tight ends what they call twelve personnel football speak and utilizing the tied in and other receivers in a way that they have not done all season long. certainly they didn't do any of that against northwestern football team that defensively had the their team in a position to possibly beat ohio state in the big ten championship. I mean if it weren't for trae sermons Who had an unbelievable record breaking performance rushing the football. You know ohio state. Does it win that game against pets. It's gerald steam. So i think it was a legitimate by most of that cover football on a regular basis that simpson. Just add way. Too much ammunition and from a defensive standpoint would be able to handle what Been a relatively Understandable offense to defend. You know if you take care of justin feels and you double alava at wide receiver. You should be able to handle them well. That certainly was not the case in this game. So the cfp gets break with this matchup but that doesn't stop the thought process that that cincinnati gave everyone a reason to understand my point of view on this and so many others feel similarly that this is a team deserves to be playing for something a lot more than they were against georgia. They were two yards away all on third into and really didn't have to convert the third to if all they had done is just run the football as opposed to pass it Georgia would have had twenty five thirty thirty five fewer seconds to work with to get the ball to field goal range for fifty three yarder to win it. So i would contend that cincinnati's not just not getting the two yards but just deciding to throw the football rather than run. It was the difference in winning and losing. And and i think if that had happened the narrative wouldn't just be all my god. How great a matchup we have. We know how state alabama the narrative would also be. God did you see cincinnati. You know i mean did you. And they put iowa state with two losses above them. They they they dropped them to spots. I mean cincinnati's case would have been so much different. Had they been able to pull that off against georgia. But but i think people that are smart enough. That really understand the grander landscape of college. Football get the point and that is teams like cincinnati belong the ratings. Prove it too by the way. The highest rated new year's six game on your employers air by far was the cincinnati georgia game that means the game against north carolina and by the way eight. Mp team's gonna wind up at the top four right but you know it was that was a glorified exhibition. It did not rate the way cincinnati's game rating with georgia. It just didn't so imagine if that game was cincinnati were game. That mattered. That really matter. i dare say it would make a huge difference in the mindset of so many people as it relates to expansion of college football. Football's player

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"venable" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"venable" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"More potent than Clemson offensively, but a very different Attackers, Farrah schematics and one That's thematically. I think if it feels weird to say, matches up better with Notre Dame, But when you saw what Trevor Lawrence's legs meant to the ground game for Clemson, I think it's a very different approach for Alabama was going much better offensive line and you know, running back on the same tear. But quarterback you don't have to worry about holding that backside. I was talking to somebody the other day and said, We need to start treating the college football playoff committee this year. A little like the Olympics like you know, when they take the top score on the bottom's going, they throw him out there like those don't count. If you take the worst loss out for an M, and you take the worst loss out for for Notre Dame. They're very comparable losses. Get your butt kicked by the number one team, get your butt kicked by the number two team. Then you're left with the best wins for both sides, right? And when you take the best win for Florida that's great win for an M, but Notre Dame as a comparable win against Clemson, So let's take that one out. That leaves us one. What's the next comparable like Best win, and that for Notre Dame is North Carolina, which is a better one than anything that Texas A and M has on their schedule. It just is what it is, like the committee told you. They valued North Carolina more than they value. Let's say Auburn, so I mean to me and actually, when you when you peel Phantom away from it, you look at it. It's pretty easy to figure out how the committee got where they got. And if that gives us a blowout in the first round, Who cares? I mean, realistically, their job is not to figure out which matchups they think of the best. Their job is to give us the game. The four best teams and there wasn't a compelling case to make for one over the other. They picked what they picked. And now whatever the outcome is It doesn't mean that the committee we got it wrong. It just means that committee shouldn't be factoring in matchups against Alabama when they figure out who the fourth best team in the country is, Yeah, they're not playing scenarios out. This isn't like us fast forwarding a madden season. They're trying to get to send the results in this like this is you and your task is to who are the four best teams based on and this is the part. That stinks. Is this an inexact science? We know you know what's supposed to get us there when you against the ingredients of the dish, but we don't necessarily know the recipe. So I have state struggled a little bit of times against Northwestern. But I think that's a statement of how good Pat Fitzgerald's defense's with Northwestern, let's not get it twisted there with the six best running defense in the league coming in, and it still didn't matter against Ohio State, so I don't know the game control metric, but it felt like a house. They didn't run away without the way that I thought they would, but they do get a big win against Northwestern. In the limited sample size. You know, Ohio State's looked good in the limited sample size. Clemson's looks spectacular. I just I keep wanting to make this again because I believe so much in Ryan Day and Justin Fields. I believe so much in their combo, and I believe so much in their offensive explosiveness. But there is no coach in all of college football that I believe Maurin. Then Brent Venables, like I have the biggest man crush on Venables ability, the ability to beat anybody. So like now, I'm saying OK, Ryan Day, Justin Fields versus Brent Venables. I mean, Brent Venables is like Darth Vader in this advantage. Darth every time Yeah, Darth is usually a good one to stick with and have on your side I would agree to use and I think Clemson comes in with a pretty favorable advantage in this matchup, and I think There's a couple of things one. I go back to the Big 10 championship game. I think a lot of that was there were a lot of bodies missing for Ohio State in that game and Northwestern impacts. The chill deserve a ton of credit. They got dogs on the back end of that defense, and that clearly showed and it also something I heard Richard Johnson was a great job. I'm thinking out loud on Mondays in the S E C network. I heard him on his podcast Split zone do of talking earlier in the season. Ohio State was very dependent on their passing game on a couple of guys, Chris Ally. They're being one of them who was not available in that game. And you saw the way that that passing attack really struggled to go downfield without the threat of one of the guys that they had been inordinately asking to go out there and win. And so now you've got that, coupled with Justin feel to even acknowledge that for the game of the post game interview that he thinks he's got some sort of spraying on his throwing thumb that we saw him flexing during the course of that, so If you're going to get them at all in perfect going up against that Death Star defense that is now hold. It did get Tyler Davis and Skull ski and all these guys back that are the perfect operating pieces to this year's version of Brent's defense. Then I think it is going to be a tough go. Ohio State's offensive lines gotten a lot better, but a lot better. You know for a group? That's one of the best talent wise, and that's why we fall in love with Ohio State has talent wise. They've actually got the bodies that, in theory compete with the teams were talking about in Clemson, Obama, but I just think this year for all of those other ancillary reasons that allow you to look like one of the best four prevent you from doing the spectacular things you need to do to be consistently on the level of the top two teams in the country. Let's say that the end of the year gods give me a gift. And they say you can give Mike Golic Jr one special gift. So I give you the gift of a win a shocking win over Alabama. Who would you rather have in the final Clemson for a third time or Ohio State? Oh, I would rather have Ohio State like I know A lot of people say they want to be the best to be the best in all that stuff. Now I want the national championship ring. So I think Notre Dame would have a much better chance going up against Ohio State for the first time and the things that I've seen from that Ohio State theme this year, then from Clemson again and what bright because I heard someone bring this up the other day. Brent Venables and that Clemson team Davos, Sweeney and that Clemson team got to see the best version of Notre Dame possible in south They got to see their full complement of weapons. They got to see everything they were, and then by the time we got to the S E C championship weekend member Notre Dame didn't get to see what a game plan whichever Lawrence looks like in person this year to see what Brent Venables defense looks like with all its best parts this year. They saw that the S E. C championship weekend so clumsy would now have to looks at the game plan. Where's Notre Dame would have one and they're still there. Still disadvantage. Personnel wise, like Notre Dame did not make their lay ups in the beginning of that game, And so after that, they got swatted into the student section..

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Chicago White Sox Claim Emilio Vargas, Add Three Others To 40-Man Roster

Anna Davlantes

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago White Sox Claim Emilio Vargas, Add Three Others To 40-Man Roster

"White Sox made a few moves today, They plain picture. Emilio Vargas, off of waivers from Arizona have also purchased the contracts of Jake Burger, Gavin Sheets and Tyler Johnson to add them to the 40 Man roster. Boston Red Sox have hired Will Venable as their bench coach. Manager. Alex

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Red Sox interview Urueta for managerial vacancy

WBZ Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox interview Urueta for managerial vacancy

"Texas. The Red Sox are speaking with four more candidates for their vacant managerial job, reports say Diamondbacks bench coach Luis your ETA interviewed for a second time Twins bench coach Mike Bell Padres associate manager Skip Schumaker. Marlins bench coach Jamie Rosen all came in. Also the Red Sox plan to interview the Cubs Will Venable and the

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Avoiding the Next Pandemic

The World Nomads Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

Avoiding the Next Pandemic

"Hi It's filled with you. Thanks for tuning in from wherever you get your favorite pod. Now, Phil Corona Virus and has what we've come to learn zoonotic origins. Am I not correct? Correct. Okay. So that's essentially a disease or infection that he's naturally transmissible from animals to humans. So in this episode as mentioned, we'll touch on the dog and cat. Mate, Chiding Southeast Asia and the risks to public hills, and we'll also chat with the CO founder of a business helping companies create experiences for tribal is that a more responsible and sustainable when it comes to animals in communities? We're all for that outweighed every day in Cambodia Indonesia and Vietnam pet dogs and cats US stolen which played. Take the slaughterhouses and Marcus where that killed international charity. Full pools says the dog and cat make trade consists of similar practices that have led to the likely covid nineteen from that market in China and Saas from the similar live market in two thousand and three. Yeah we'll. We'll speak to matt from full polls shortly but first Helen is the CO founder of antimony deal. Then came mission is to protect animals in tourism with ninety percent of travelers preferring a travel company, the tykes animal. Welfare. seriously. We've been going through a couple of years doing as. Genuine I who's the direct we work in animal welfare charities and we working out the born free foundation and Zen basically they're. Doing now I'm I work partnerships to charities and fundraising and he's not. An animal wealth at biologist and he. Stay together when we worked he was very much. A waste of approach from travel businesses to help any issues with animals in tourism because Amb, he animal welfare guidelines Sautin. If you've seen them, they're on. The global guidelines for Animal Welfare and tourism, and it was written with episodes. So the Association of British tour braces travel agents and has been really forever been involved in the area. So we set in the business of a couple of years ago, and we work with travel businesses around the world so that Struggle Associations Chore Rages, Nine Whatever It might be a. Guide on anything related to animals and. Communities in tourism. Alpha names linked. It can be anything like, for example, looking through product selections and helping them with So making sure that they choose experiences that are more responsible and sustainable when it comes to animals and communities rather than what you would know there's a lot of challenges where the Asian elephant camps, for example, huge issue. And I'll see fans in dolphins especially on black ish says, old is kind of big issues animals in tourism ignored he animals for examples in strays and? What we do raise we travel businesses Mokattam on product selection. Policy and Strategy Forum Animal Welfare and Tourism Sites says Paul Authentic, responsible tourism none date, we would focus on the animal side of it, and then alongside got say we growing network of charity? An amicable them that animal protection that. So that charity colonists around the world the Kiwi throw ready trusted. To, try and solve some of the biggest problems venables in tourism in their remits they might be tiny tiny charities and emery at helps us cover the protection of key species around the globe saying he just says more than one. Globe in key destinations and a nine where we're able then to match these charities businesses that we were at grass just most people. Especially in the Ol- bits way moving with will not travel companies. You do paypal lot convinced we WANNA do the right thing by animals. So that just wanted to be told is this something that I can do or not. Is. What old flip. Great always upset if. We work on a project that's bringing travel companies together attract she cool Guy elephant camps, one project which. In Asia because actually a lot of them are really just trying to do the right thing they really not sure what special for the elephants and the local people that are running them, and we created that problem is Western as going in and saying Oh. Let's you know China's into a holiday experience make knows of money, but it was very expensive. So now. It's In an elephant camp as. Many things. Black and white is not like a gray This you know few e can be in contact with an elephant no no. With the negatives rollover and they can kill you in a moment even area and there's all sorts of things that we don't know about as you rightly say travel businesses just when I was supporting them with that ray you're

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Washington - Girls Global Academy faces challenges opening its doors in middle of pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Washington - Girls Global Academy faces challenges opening its doors in middle of pandemic

"The pandemic is posing major challenges for one DC school that hoe oops opened its doors for the first time this fall this process has taken roughly ten years after all that work DC issued a charter to co founder Karen Venable Croft in twenty nineteen for global girls academy we will be applying to become an International Baccalaureate world school and our distinctive pathways are in engineering and business it's ninety students have never been in the school in Chinatown and are getting a virtual welcome to their teachers in classrooms is challenging I I cannot lie but we are going to open our doors to our families and give them the type of education that they're expecting us to provide Meghan clarity WTOP

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Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 3 years ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 3 years ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

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College World Series: Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt force winner-take-all Game 3 vs. Michigan

SportsCenter AllNight

01:03 min | 3 years ago

College World Series: Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt force winner-take-all Game 3 vs. Michigan

"Vanderbilt goes on to a four one win over michigan and game to the so the series the best of three series is tied at a game apiece vanderbilt the ninth team to force a decisive game three in the college world series finals after losing game one five of the previous eight won the title venables fifty eighth win this season for kumar rocker he's allowed one run in six in the third innings picks up his second win at the college world series it's four and they are a less than one forty four strikeouts in twenty eight innings pitched in the n._c._a._a. tournament Dominated through the postseason. Why is it that you play your best baseball in these situations? Team bags against the real the real. You got a chance to go play pro ball. You chose college. What have these moments meant to you? This is. Tomorrow. What is your team need to take a trophy? Ourselves

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Michigan, Vanderbilt And Kumar discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

SportsCenter AllNight

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Michigan, Vanderbilt And Kumar discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

"Baseball we will see a decisive game three game two for michigan vanderbilt was tight as a paralegal so we're some leg muscles slow He's. leggy he's wanting to first base he's grabbing than less leg that fought area keep an eye on logan back put those runners in motion which eliminated a possible double play the jordan looks like he's instant fame jordan logo injured at first base d. h. had michigan's walk off double in the win over illinois in the big ten tournament but he leaves this one in the third inning of what was still a scoreless game at that point the game would not stay scoreless This one is down the line and right. With some. Four nothing lead for that point. Seven bandy also taking advantage of wild pitches by Michigan push across a couple of runs, but four run lead would be plenty for Vanderbilt stud. Kumar rocker? kicks in extra right there and he got jimmy go up zone because respect for the fastball a slider back behind it the spot that you need a strike out on the mound rocker through his best fastball eating right there that had good carry stayed off and vanderbilt goes onto a four one win over michigan and game too so the series the best of three series is tied at a game apiece vanderbilt the ninth team to force a decisive game three in the college world series finals after losing game one five of the previews aid won the title venables fifty eighth win this season for kumar rocker he's allowed one run in six two third innings picks up his second win at the college world series four and that are a less than one forty four strikeouts in twenty eight innings pitched in the aa tournament dominated through the postseason why is it that you play your best baseball in these situations Whole team. I think when our bags against the real the

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