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"venturi" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"But the heat it up pretty good. You heat it up first, right? Do you do that? No. Well, every time you're in the ground, you heat it up first. Yeah, that doesn't really work that good if it's not. I've also seen people use pressure washers, so you dismantle the whole thing apart and use pressure washers and I've seen them use flat wheels and grinders on the inside of it to clear off all the creosote and everything else that all the smoking everything else can build up on the inside. I don't know one guy who's pretty ridiculous and he takes a flop wheel to it every couple of years just to bring everything back to the ground zero. Yeah and I've used cast iron cast iron grates that I bought specially for this grill that came from another grill. They just happened to fit this. And I think I'm on my 5th or 6th season. Using them. The areas like I can tell the areas that were in the hotspots because they're getting kind of thin. But. The gorilla is still there. I think I can get it probably another 8 or 9 years. In the spring, how important is it to maybe inspect the whole thing, just 'cause like when you're squirrels ate the foil tubes. How important is it to maybe just look and maybe do some inspections before you fire? I think that's critical. I think also smelling, right? You turn it on, you shouldn't be smelling unburnt gas when you're barbecuing. Yeah, you might want to look underneath it. Fired up and then look underneath just to make sure there's not a flame coming all those spiders are also notorious for getting in there too for some reason they want to get inside the venturi. Yeah. Yeah. You mentioned in the pre show, mice are kind of can be kind of an issue. You might want have you ever fired one up with a live animal still hidden somewhere in the grill that scurries out. So when I find mice usually see the droppings first, but I have pulled the drip pan out down a mouse nest underneath the drip pan with the mice in it. So that adds another level of problem. Grossness to the whole thing. So say I get a mouse in there in the spring. I find it. Is the thing ruined? I mean, do I got to just do I got to count and just throw it away at that point? How do I recover from that? Burn high heat. Glove up, respirator, or everybody's got COVID mass now. So. Lots of gloves, lots of paper towel, garbage bags. On the smoker is different than a gas grill because at least you have a flat platform to work off of. So if I see it typically what I'm doing is taking all the four looping the whole thing out, cleaning out as well as I can, cracking the thing up as Hobbes will get for half an hour an hour just to try and burn off anything that's in there, let it cool off, clean it back up again and reassemble it and re foil it and go back again. Is it hard on the grill to run it at max temp for half an hour to an hour? I mean, is that short in the life at all? It shouldn't. Especially the good girls. You're not going to like this thing I have well, a lot of the pelvis now actually have a serious sear option on them. Where you can put grill grates on them and get the thing up to 5, 600°. The broker will go up to 600° on the thermometer. Our thermostat. So if you can get if you let it get that hot, it'll actually go that hot. You need to do that with a clean grill because if you tried doing that with a dirty grill on a pellet grill, you will get a fire inside the grill. Yeah. It'll light that grease on back on fire. Yeah, I had that in the fall. I was doing a lot of chicken wings in the fall. Every Friday we have friends over and do chicken wings on the grill. And we had a we had a grease fire that went right on the bottom of the bottom of the it went off the drip pan into the bottom of the barbecue and I had to put it out with baking soda. Well, and it's interesting how destructive you turn these things on and you crank them up and you get them super hot. And they're fine. But you get a fire in there, which isn't doesn't seem to be as hot as, you know, the, you know, whatever the fire pot, yeah. And it seems like it just does the fire itself does more damage. Yeah. 'cause the fire is at the edge of the if you have a fire in your fire pot, it's in the middle of the barbecue typically, or it's away from the sides. If you have a fire in the grill, it's typically at the edge of it, which is where all the grease is collected. Yeah. So there's been a lot of people that have triggers because for whatever reason, certain models of trigger had bad fires. And I had a friend who had the same things. She was cooking, like she did ribs one weekend and then did burgers the next and she had a massive fire. I'm like, you need to be cognizant of what the grease is sitting in. If you're doing low and slow, you won't get a fire if you do something high and fast, you're gonna get a fire. We've been using the or I've been using the frog mats that my recommended way back in the day. For primarily for the beef jerky that I've been making.
"venturi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Leaker, air quotes there, suspected leaker, we covered that story in the first hour if you missed any of that. I'm holding on that story, man. I am. I hope it's true. Zero is whole. I have zero reason to trust these people. The media or the Intel community. Zero. Every major story of our time turned out to be some kind of a hoax that they put out there. Remember that story Russians kill an Americans on the battlefield, they're targeting them at a fake. I'm telling you, they're all fake. So I'm gonna wait on that. They're covering it now. But there's a lot of other news. I got questions for Dan coming up, also an election update. We haven't done this in a while with everything going on. I want to give you an update on the 2024 presidential election. It's right around the corner in election time. And we haven't done a lot of it. And as I say often, I want to give everybody a fair shake here. You know, I'm a Trump guy, I've always been a Trump guy and again, I think that's fairly obvious if he listens to the show. However, some people in the audience aren't. And I like every one in the race personally, they've been very nice to me. But that doesn't really matter. It's not going to affect me. I don't really care about who's nice or not. I care about conservatism. So I think it's really fair that we give everybody a shake. So we're going to do an election because a lot's going on. Stay tuned for that. But first, Jim, if you would, queue up for me, cut three. Folks, I'm really stunned that even with the left wing full-time activist media, that this story seemingly landed with a Dodd, maybe it's The Pentagon leak story. Oh, look at that. That wiped it off the heaven so weird. Maybe I don't know. But what do you have in it? Jesse venturi, I'm just asking questions. I used to love that. Jesse Ventura go on Howard Stern show. I don't know, I'm just asking questions. I'm just asking a question. So the stenographer in the Obama administration who worked though with Biden when he was a vice president. The guy's name is Mike McCormick. Shows up on Jesse waters show the other day. Now this stenographer. I mean, literally the stenographer. You know, we joke about the media. Oh, White House. No, this guy's actually the stenographer. So he goes into the room and takes a transcript of important meetings, cabinet officials, upper level folks in The White House EOP executive officer president, right? And he takes down notes on what happened in the meeting so that they have a contemporaneous account of what went down. What happened in the meeting case anyone needs to refer back to it. I've seen these guys before. There's nothing unusual about it. However, there is something very unusual about it when The White House stenographer goes on to a prime time cable news show IE water show and says straight up that the sitting president of the United States is a criminal and doesn't beat around the bush at all about it. I'm going to play this cut because he's a little, it wasn't the best media here. 'cause he didn't sum up the bottom line up front. He's saying here when you listen to it, you'll hear it. And I'll talk about it on the other side. That Biden basically was pushing for fracking that would benefit this natural gas company while his son was on the board of the company. He kind of gets too into circuitous way. Check this out. So Mike, what went down on that trip that you're aware of? Well, what happened on that trip was Joe Biden was in the front of the plague. My job as a White House stenographer was being the back of the plane in the press cabin, and if what if Joe or senior administration official came back and did a briefing and then I would record it and make a transcript. Well, that's exactly what happened. That senior administration official with Sheik Sullivan, who's now our national security adviser. So I didn't see anything wrong with it at the time. Years go by. I've left The White House. I'm writing books, and I get a hold of the Hunter Biden laptop from Marco Polo, there are nonprofit anti corruption nonprofit. About a year and a half ago, I started writing a substack based on what I find. And then I go back over what I knew happened when I was working for Joe. I found the transcript that I wrote about that briefing. That's when Jake Sullivan starts talking about fracking. And because of what I'd read in a laptop and reported in my substack, previously, I'm like, wait a minute, Joe Biden knew Hunter Biden was already on the board on April 18th. Joe Biden knew he directed Sullivan to go back and talk to the press, this is a conspiracy. I mean, he just goes for it. Again, the little circuitous when you're, can I throw a tip out there for you when you do in TV or are you doing radio and you got to make a point? Make the point up front. And then describe it afterwards, because then people know what you're talking about. I'm not claiming to be some TV expert. I just, after 12 years now, we're doing this. You get feedback from viewers and just make the point. What he's saying
"venturi" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"You can make like one barrel of this kooky wine, you know, that's a special release and then put it in 5 kegs and sell it to a couple restaurants and boom, you know what I mean? And that's such a cool thing that you couldn't do before. You know, the other, that's the real challenge. I do think my prediction is that it will start to catch on for the public because so many restaurants are recognizing it and adopting it, that now all of a sudden there's enough restaurants where wineries can start saying, hey, if I put it in a keg, I'll be able to sell the kegs. Yeah. And once that happens, all right, now there's a chance for a consumer market because let's make 10% more kegs and see if we can sell it to D.C.. And that's really where it makes sense, right? Is in the restaurant space. And then it can the consumers can start, it would be slow, but the consumers should get if I could get a keg of it. I mean, I've often, I have not done ticked beer, but I probably should, with as much as we buy, it's a lot to get it that way. And you don't have to waste and you just take it back, kind of deal. And so we should give that a try. You alluded to this a little bit earlier. And we've got one of those things too, where you pour the wine through it, and it does some fancy bubbly kind of thing too. Is that a gimmick? Or is that real? What is it and does that work? I love this one. So it's not a gimmick. You can absolutely the popular name brand one has been tree name dropping again. You can buy them on Amazon. They do the exact same thing. It's a funnel. That has a certain convex shape to it that makes it Whirlpool. Totally, it is a real thing. You're aerating the wine. It's the exact same thing as swishing the glass. It works a little bit better than swishing in the glass. There's all kinds of crazy ones that start to look like bongs and water pipes where you pour it in the top and it spirals down this thing and all that. Truth is all that it's great. Like any time it's all about as exposing the liquid to a broader surface area and so you're literally spreading out the wine over something. And then it has a better opportunity to interact with air, which you can imagine in the glass. It's like even if you swirl it like a chunk of the wine just sitting there together kind of whatever. So it does work. Here's the thing about aeration. It will open up a line, which is what we talked about earlier. You essentially volatile in an ester, so it has more of a bouquet come off it, and then a lot of the flavor compounds like the polyphenols are getting swept up as those as those gases rise off it more. They're all getting swept up more. So that's why you experience it as just being more flavorful. You can say it has opened up. That's what people mean. It basically means it's richer, fuller body. It's the same thing, exact same thing though, of literally just pouring a glass of wine and letting it sit there for 30 minutes. So yeah, so what the venturi doesn't do is it can't take a bad one and make it better. It can not do that. It will not make a wine any better. It will basically accelerate the process of pouring up glass of wine walking away and coming back 15 minutes later. Okay. Yeah, so really, but it just speeds up that process. It speeds up. In theory tonight, we had dinner and we were pouring wine, and I'm like, oh, I need to save. I need to save some of this wine for the show because I can't have a wine guy on and be directed whisky. Although we'll talk about drinking whisky out of a wine glass here in just a second. But so I saved it. And then I ran to the store. I needed to pick up a few things. And so I ran to the store, came back. It was about a half an hour. What you're saying is, is I actually improved the not improved. But I brought out more flavors in the wine by letting it sit for a half an hour and then coming back to it. Yeah, a 100%. And there's, of course, as it oxidizes over time, it kind of like peaks in the same way that wine ages over time peaks and then it gets worse. So, you know, if you let that glass sit there, it's not going to get exponentially better tomorrow is going to be a lot worse. Well, it depends on the wine. So usually there's tannin and wine and the tannin and the acid and the alcohol at all interacts and we can call it it's tight. It's all literally holding itself together. And kind of what you're doing when you're swishing it and you're letting the oxygen get in, what the oxygen is doing, the O2 is breaking up all these bonds. And that's what's and that's what's making it breathe and then taste more rich and fuller over time. And it makes a dramatic impact on the flavor of the wine. You could be, you know, we can know nothing about wine and I'll pour you two glasses and I'll let one sit there and I'll let the other one not sit there. Same one, you'll be able to be like this one's better. But yeah, and honestly, I mean, I had a really funny argument with my wine bar the other day because I loved this wine so much. And he's like, it's tight, you should let it breathe for longer, and I was gonna take it home with me and I put the cork in it. And he's like, leave the cork out. It needs the air. I'm like, no, I want all that to breathe later. I don't need to let it breathe for 5 hours. He's like, no, it'll definitely be better after 5 hours, you're a full. Okay, man. I put the cartoon walked away. I feel like you're taking this way too seriously. Yeah, exactly. Way too way too seriously. But the flat bottom of the candidate, these are the best ones. If you get the round, it's one of those things. It's gonna work. But the flat bottom ones are the best just because it's the same idea it just splits all that line up. And so it has a broader surface area exposed to the air. Yeah. So a decanter gives me what advantage. Like, why should I is a regular consumer? Should I have one of those? When would I use something like that? Yeah, I definitely would recommend a decanter. It's the exact same thing as an interior, except for having to hold this awkward gizmo over your wine and then pour it into it and help not dispel. Then you just pour it into there. The downside is, okay, now you got this whole bottle of wine in the cancer, but as previously discussed, that's not going to be a problem. Not a problem at the college. But yeah. The only thing is if you happen to be drinking a very old wine, that's already basically oxidized to a certain point in the bottle. That's the only time we're going to make the wine worse by giving it more oxygen because it's already, it's already got enough. And now you're just pushing it over the edge if that makes sense. But that's only like, I would say now, 2022, you know, a one unless it's really badly made. Probably the earliest I would be worried about the wine kind of being about being kind of over the hill is like maybe an O 9, you know? And I'm not saying that the wine is going to be over the hill. I'm saying that's where you start to get into the territory of do I really need to camp this O 9, maybe not, you know?
"venturi" Discussed on Architecture Today
"Never really understood postmodernism. I bought a book on it recently. And i got to page four and i actually put it down because i don't know what it is. I always felt that level is cynicism in postmodernism postmodernism. And also i think What's the great book by venturi Complexity incomes. I read that book. And i i have to really really enjoyed it because it it gave me a kind of a huge amount freedom because it felt like one can do anything and i think about maybe about three weeks later i realized that i'm just not that kind of architects and actually try really really hard and find reasons to do everything i do. An in that. I find i find that kind of a different way of thinking to the kind of. It's very difficult to define postmodernism. But i get the sense that it. That kind of reasoning is actually opposable. This wave hole. If i may as well i don't think venturi that staging his career with the kind of full blown figuera close modernist he was. He's early projects. I think some of the most intelligent derivation from alto in the whole of architecture since outside. He was a brilliant spatial planner. Absolutely brilliant in infective all many of the things that i think. Philly's doing in this house. Will there you know they exterior was more in those. Those two has more towards the postmodern end of the market. If you like but it was still a very clever. Rereading of the kate called tradition. Which in the Phil's doing here. He's taking that roof. Which has sight looks almost as easy. Is it the same roof. But it goes decent because it's incredibly crispy. Detailed he's got we consume gutter. Absolutely abstract is got the cuts in to let the light in a way. That that is really very inventive. I think it was to say it was a project that only go to like komo. Remorse looks at it. Which is a omaha. look good thing i site. He shares your view rich. When initially when i got scent incredibly dramatic poetic interior. Shaw said tim. Souls teddy can fill is amazing references. And you've talked about the pantheon in the charge mahal in respite. And then you see. This house soulmates determinedly. Kind of low key suburban at first clouds. Except it's much never Speech detail. But it did feel like frankie messing with ahead fail at very knowing. Playful game with sort of grandeur in this woman gallery lanka's austerity in something so domestic like the almost garden nines at frightened driven. One one by just about sex. We're not going to show off architects by jed experiential architects. I think there's a difference between designing can be insights designing from the outside and that sometimes at ceuta does as well to declined because the climb is is not unostentatious guy. And he's not. Somebody wants to shout out in the community like this. I think there's it's something about sitting in a the photographs The ashes The site the hazards designed the way. The wolves react in the way the Sold out of space in the roof. Reacts is so the when you sat down. You don't see any other buildings around. And that's the play of the wolves the pitches but it's also kind of indirect response. There's a beautiful journey to which..
"venturi" Discussed on Architecture Today
"You've had a chance to look fills designs. And what's your immediate impression. Only stay mediate. Reaction was that there was a kind of almost a disjunction between the grandeur the architectural illness of the interior and the light. I mean he's masterly handling light. Louis call what size of the sun and to your building is. It must be probably etched on his forehead. Although he doesn't quote it's a not among mentality a Living space the saw as he calls it and the almost first glance has see converted the thing so like the existing building the form until you start looking and then you realize of course it's complete beam me though it's completely architecture but in in a slightly different way and i was i was in a way won't won't eat. This reminds me of another task to remind me of anything that i kind of mind that searches for references and so to eat in the end. So it's a bit auro see-saw I feel says it's alto. I wouldn't have guessed the act There's all little allusions to this. That and the other and then i came but with a thing eat most reminded me all he probably be. Horrified is ensure is true. Becker with lucky houses which anything masterpieces and they all about tweaking vernacular an answering and finding a world of quantum extraordinary sophistication complexity. I mean really. Clever design the venturi at his best. I think was a brilliant planner. Absolutely wonderful architect. I think Fail is done here is actually created interior of you know real real to me real splendor within an almost quotidian exterior i. Are you horrified by that. Fail the bench areas of Now for twenty five years and being like glenn as usually always pulled rabbit in. The hat is something i've never heard of before so i'm horrified by the fact that i don't know my count yet be horrified by the architectural intended. We'll be saying okay. Well i think. I think he's leveling a charge of postmodernism at. You.
"venturi" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"venturi" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Monday mojave chuck all right. So some people think it might be a siren of some kind of from the nineteen forties or fifties. Like you know. They tested nuclear bombs. Not too far from here. It's near some army and air force activity. Maybe it was an early warning signal other. People say i don't know about that like this thing is really out in the middle of nowhere. You would have something like that closer to where people are probably so that idea is okay but has also largely been shot down by a bunch of other people so that to me still makes sense because while it's not in never was very heavily populated place. I think there's a ghost. Town called crew cerro Nearby it's between the existing towns of baker and ludlow and they're not exactly like beijing and shanghai or anything like that you know but there's a rail line an old abandoned railroad line that runs right through their. They used to run chemical agents to The military bases out that way. So well you wouldn't have had a lot of people to warn you would have had a potential situation to warn about even if it was just a few people of like a major chemical spill or a gas leak or something like that so to me the idea that it was some sort of warning system it does make says well but at the same time. It doesn't make sense that they would use some handmade one rather than one that was available because there were huge air raid sirens that were around in world war two that look kind of similar but we're obviously air-raid sirens and they look like they would work a lot better than whatever this thing was. Yeah i saw on youtube. There's this a woman who did a siren tests like got a crank siren and put it in the small and then had her friends down the ground. See if they could hear it and they could but it wasn't it didn't amplify things that much An interestingly in the youtube comments and so believe me. I'm not saying that this is like the worst research possible. Say youtube commenters said this but there was a youtube comment. this said. Hey listen. I think it might be something from an old salt. Mine like a hot. Brian might have been pumped at high pressure through this thing because it's just made of such thick iron steel like it. Does he said you could make something. Like a megaphone. Out of something a lot lighter yet true and that sort of made sense a little bit. That's the only reason. I mentioned it. other people said that they said something like a rocket booster maybe or maybe what's called the venturi pipeline venturi which is an enclosure. That's is hourglass shape. That controls the flow of fluids. Through a which is legitimate to. I mean they're like and wouldn't have some record of a pipeline through there. That's the thing like there's no apparent either some no one's looked in the right yet or it's it just wasn't documented which means it was either secret or it is of more recent art installation but it look at it. I think one of the people who run tours out there. said that They think that it's been there for thirty more years sing. Looks like it's been around for a lot longer than the one thousand nine you know So it looks very old and it's possible is used was just so mundane that it didn't need any kind of documentation or yeah as possible as secret and i kind of don't wanna know but at the same time i think i would find it pretty fascinating to know its use to like. I think that also makes sense objects interesting. You know knowing their history. Yeah another thing that feels plausible to me. Is that it It was not something that sent out a sound but something that maybe was used to detect something like if they were doing nuclear testing at Levada testing site that maybe it was something that did like measured or detected long-range shockwaves or something like that And then it could make sense that the government you know it was it might have been sort of a one off and not have manufacturing numbers in the government wouldn't readily come out and say anything like that. Yeah you know. Existed plus also edwards air force base is kind of nearby which is where Chuck yeager broke the sound barrier. Yeah sure and he very famous folks mojave over that was it Should we tell people how to get there. I think so sure. I mean it's all over the place. We even have the exact coordinates. The exact coordinates are get your pencil. Everyone and mojave this down on your mojave. Thirty five point zero zero five six degrees north one hundred sixteen point one nine six three degrees west. And that is the user dakota pinned little orphan. Amy secret message. If you want to go there um you cannot just walk there or drive there in your Toyota tercel yoursel. great car. sure but you need a four wheel drive. 'cause you're going to have to drive through the mojave river. You're going to be on dirt. Roads can be driving through sand through canyons and You know it's not the easiest thing to get to know not at all but if you want to get there you can people have before you can take a photo with it george or do bring a crank siren and do a test of your own or you can look for gold. There's a legend that it actually points to a gold hoard underground but yeah. I'm not sure i buy that one now. I think they mentioned the crosshairs. Yeah for that reason. But i don't know it's just really interesting it doesn't it doesn't look like any megaphones that were used at any period in anyone's history so I don't know. 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"venturi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I honestly think if Ryan Blaney could start winning races regularly, he would be a NASCAR Rockstar for that team. I think those 23 laps probably meant a lot to them and hopefully will build their confidence and hopefully help them continue to make gains and improvements with that team, which Have been seeing that's fast talk right here on the performance Racing network. Mm. Back here at Sonoma Raceway at the end of Stage number one for the Toyota Save Mark 3 50 Mark Carol with Doug Rice High atop this racetrack. Pat Patterson, Nick Yeoman, Brad Gillian Rob Albright are turn announcers and, of course, our O'Reilly auto parts pit reporters Breck McMillan, Wendy Venturi Knee and the person We're about to go to right now. Heather Devo. And Austin Dillon. He came in the sixth position, but he was telling his team that he had no voltage on his gauges. There, so the team opting to come in check the belts. Make sure they're all good. They're and they're actually changing the battery and the left rear of that car right now, so they're almost done with that repair. Hopefully, they can get it fixed, and the vultures issue will no longer be an issue for the three of Austin Dillon. So Kyle Larson, Doug after what he did it, Charlotte has now won four straight stages here on the NASCAR Cup series 10 on the season. That is double the next nearest driver, Denny Hamlin. You have Ryan Blaney, Martin Truex Jr and Joey Logano have three stage when this wins this year. And again as we all like to say these points really start to add up here as far as the playoffs are concerned. So now Kyle Larson s scored 19 playoff points that moves him one ahead of Martin Truex Jr. And I also think that Kyle Larson's making a serious run at replacing Denny Hamlin as the regular season champion. He's right now only 56 points back in second. And has all the momentum going for me, and we're even hearing now that Denny Hamlin's got some damage to the nose of his car, so that might be something that plays on down the line here in this race today, Kyle Larson is sizzling and nobody else right now is even in his league. It appeared while Larson Doug has been playing Pac man when it comes to the points between him and Hamlin. Three runner ups and a win all the stage wins. He is certainly and all those stage points that he's been racking up. He has been rapidly closing in on Denny Hamlin coming into this race so again now the green light is flashing on the pit lane. We'll have to see if there are any takers. Again. They are all lined up behind the 2021 Toyota Camry, TRD pace cars and again our pace car drivers today with NASCAR keep Children and Todd Shoals and it looks like we'll have a bunch of takers, so let's go down to Brad McMillan. Alright..
"venturi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"venturi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"venturi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"80 x hot sauce dot Come, Scotty. It's about fun. Fun afternoon in sports. We got the Preakness about the start, also the Byron Nelson Golf Classic. It's been a good afternoon for sports. It has it and I was talking to Ed talking to your son Been who call it junior during the break, and we were talking to Vern about whether or not he had ever met Ben Hogan. And while this is significant right now is you know what happened 50 years ago this week, 50 years ago this week, 50 years ago this week, Hogan played in his last PGA event in Houston. He did it because of Jackie Burke and Jimmy Demaret. They asked him to come down and play in the Houston Open. He walked off the course. He was 11 over after 12 holes. He wrenched his knee on a par three Things were getting going from bad to worse. You know who's playing with that day, Charlie Cootie. Wow. Really? Yeah, but 50 years ago this week, Okay, inflating his last tournament, Vernon. I know you've got a couple of great hogan story. Well, I I've been been never just talking during the break. I've been blessed and some of these guys have remember these days, but, uh, Mr Hogan and I will call him that. Uh, he asked who don't Colonial and then in Valerie asked us if we would join them for lunch at Columbia. And, of course, then Hogan was dressed as you would expect a coat and tie. The rest of his all had golf shirts on baseball caps. We took caps off. I guarantee you right away. Anyway. It was Pat Summerall, Candy Venturi. Steve Melnyk. The rest of our crew been right. And that was our PGA Golf Group back then, and we spent an hour in the company of Ben Hogan. On did I just was thunderstruck that I had a chance to meet him, You know, one of the most iconic photographs in Gulf Is his three are in the merry in. What do you want? The classic shot from behind F. Oh, mercy, and I do remember his last round at Augusta. I didn't know the story. About, uh, the pulling out of the tournament. Wow. But that was that was a vivid memory for me that day. Well, you think about Hogan it 58 years old. Trying to play in the PGA Tour event with 58 back then was really old. Playing a tour event, and they said it didn't bother him so much that he played bad. Later that evening. He was playing general me in the clubhouse. They're champions and some guy wandered up to him and said, Hey, Mr Hogan, you may not remember me, but we played golf together back in 1958. Said Hogan just looked up from his cards and said You're right. I don't remember you so there you have it. That's Perfect. Yeah. Let me ask you this fern Byron Nelson venues over the years and know you were in Dallas for so many years. What was your favorite place that they played Preston? True? I agree. Yeah. Preston Trail I do have we were chatting about this this afternoon. The first Byron Nelson was 1968. Played at Preston Trail. And the winner was Miller Barber. And, uh, I've got a plaque. Uh, it's it's a program cover of the virus. Nelson Classic just you know, we had lacquered, I guess. One of on a piece of board and it hangs in Nancy's office, and I walked by that and I have great memories of that event. My boss was a member of the salesmanship from Mike Shapiro..
"venturi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Can't be had I just like when they said Oh, you can have entertainment. But no singing. This to me just seems like another step into something that can't happen yet. And that was WBZ. TV SPECTRUM. Mano reporting. Last month's employment report was far less impressive than the Bidet administration had hoped for. Economists had predicted a second month of nearly one million added jobs. I'm Tom Floating the government's April jobs report showed way fewer new jobs than expected just a little over a quarter million. Trying to make the best of that labor Secretary Marty Walsh. You look a different areas excited and Please with the tourism and hospitality industry big strong numbers this month where it's been pretty flat from a year and almost a year and half ago now, But President Biden does admit at least a bump in the road. American Rescue plan is just that a rescue plan is to get us back to where we were, but that's not nearly enough. We have to build back better. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington It's 1 49. An investigation is underway after a suspect has died during an altercation with police officers in Providence. Let's find out more from Lisa Taylor yesterday, officers responded and found 34 year old Joseph entry, screaming and rolling around in a field near Collier Street at 12:30 A.m. first responders arrived and took venturing to Rhode Island Hospital where he died. Drugs. They're suspected to have played a role in Venturi's erratic behavior and possibly in his death. State police and the state attorney general's office are in charge of the investigation of the case. I'm Lisa Taylor. Former Acting Defense Secretary, Christopher Miller is scheduled to testify on Wednesday before the House Oversight Committee about the Pentagon's role in responding to the deadly January six riot at the U. S. Capitol. Miller will likely be asked to respond to complaints razor previous hearings. The Defense Department took far too long to dispatch the National Guard to the U. S Capitol. Meanwhile, defense leaders have denied that there was a delayed response at all. House Republicans could oust Wyoming's Liz Cheney from her leadership post As soon as Wednesday. Here's more on that from correspondent Tom Roberts. Closed meeting of the House Republican Conference is scheduled on Wednesday. Cheney chairs the conference, but she's on thin ice with fellow Republicans over her persistent criticism of former President Donald Trump. New York's least two phonic is said to be the leading candidate to replace Cheney is conference chair. That's the third ranking position in the House GOP leadership chain. I'm Tom Roberts. Kicking off what they say will be a road show with the Trump centric revival for the mag, a faithful to major Trump supporters in Congress. Let's find out more from ABC struck Sivertsen that the Florida retirement community the villages, Republican Congress, members met.
Owner of Washington Justice Expresses Interest in CDL Expansion Spot
"So yesterday A lot of my argument for why the CDLs jump in viewers wasn't big enough was the massive by ends. It takes to get into the league and I stand by that argument but that doesn't mean that people aren't still willing to pay those boxes if given the chance in all likelihood. The CDL probably would have expanded this past off-season had it not been for the pandemic. That was the timeline the o w l hit twelve teams year one expansion 220 in Year to all week Adam started the sports Business Journal reported that there is mutual interest between the CDL and the owners of the Washington Justice in the o w l to place a team in DC of the 12 CDL teams. Most came from the dead. Ownership groups as o w l teams. There are only a few that did not the Minnesota rocker backed by wise Venturi Sports. Now version one the London Broil Ravens backed by wrecked Global and the LA thieves the latest addition to the team the other nine teens, at least I'm pretty sure are all also tied to an o w l team in some way. It's all right. What's 2 take away here. Honestly in my opinion said investors are way too bullish on these leagues and I know it's not just my opinion the o w l has been on a downward trajectory for a while now and I don't think that's a controversial take investing another eight figure some into one of these franchise leagues without bringing in the established brand like optic face or thieves just feels like a really bold decision to be but on the flipside. I was super excited to see how these leagues played out when they could actually host events in the pandemic put a big chew on that after only a few weeks. Now, we are finally turning a covid-19 and there isn't really any reason I shouldn't have that same enthusiasm I had going into 2020. I really do hope these leagues succeed. It would be the single best thing that could happen for Esports. If events sold out wherever the League's win. I'm just not so confident. That's what's going to happen. I'm sure a b is focused on the year ahead. Clearly expansion is on the mind as well. We will almost certainly see a few new teams. Next year will be eight like the o w l i don't think so. But at least two to four probably going to be
"venturi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Documentary Polly is, um A very deep discussion of how all those folk singers in Greenwich Village all the Pete Seeger were all of them from killing Tobias and, Yeah, everybody are there just singing ancient songs, traditional songs that have been handed down through the years. You know, that's exactly right. That's why I like Garcia picked up a lot of those two. Like these songs. They go back so far and so deep into the American fabric that they really rich histories he saw. Yeah, and then and then one point again, once again, going back to it, one of the guys, I think, Pete Seeger said. We're all Just world. We're all just Children of Woody. It's Woody Guthrie. Yeah. What do you got? Three is calling the shots. All right, Bruce, a big woody got to. I also see in young Dylan. I can see where Bruce picked up mannerisms in stylings that he's imitating off a deal. Son of Bruce. Yeah. Son of Bobby Bobby, Son of Woody. No questions, right? That's right. Yeah, the lineage. Pete Seeger's in there, too. Exactly. Right. That's the family tree. You got Seeger sessions, but, yeah, they're nice, dude. All right, what we got today seven. Ready to power. Our starts with my crew. Cho grew right, Mikey, let's go. And, hey, we should tell everybody right now that you know if we just used that, Coco, you know, we made the announcement at 8 A.m.. But we have a crew that listens only at six. If they're you know, it's their workout routine or their commute. That we made the big announcement. That fan fest is is here. We're doing fan fest on the radio. We can't do it in person. But starting next Tuesday through Friday, every show Murphy Mac popping Lan took T K B and Willard We'll have our long interviews with Giants players and executives. And then on Saturday, the 20 If we're going to do the full day fan fest, 10 a.m. to 5 P.m., and we'll all be doing on a Saturday. You're gonna get your Giants. Radio fan fest Saturday, February 20th Hopes presented by Dignity, Health official healthcare provider Looking forward to a man Fantastic, Nicely done. All right. So my 738 15 gentlemen, Jim Nance, you're probably he was tooling around yesterday during that little celebrity event in the golf cart. That Ken Venturi left him. Yeah, that you and I have written in. I've taken a ride. Nothing. How about that couple believes crib, right, Let's go to the house. Come on, let's take a walk around the house. Sure, 15. We'll talk to gentleman Jim during the power hour and then right at the end of the power hour. 8 30 Adam Schefter is final Hit of 2021. $20 Schefty. Let's go, baby. We're gonna wrap it up, Schefter. Okay, 8 55 our daily dose of dubs and because Because gentleman Jim is getting into the power hour. 15 will push our top six sports stories to nine. You know the late scratch copes late scratch. Oh, all right. Okay. All right. It's all good. You know your fault. Your fault, buddy. We're good. It's all good, Nice man. Right? We're good when I met Fireman Ed with Pedro Gomez in that bark on American trash, and he was hammered Fireman Ed kept saying it's all good, because if it isn't Then what is it? You're right. That was the line. Ponder that you might have said it. You might have said it 15 times the right kind of loses its. He's coming over to me and grabbed me by the shirt. It's all good. Because if it isn't that what is it? Let me think about like, I don't know if I'm in. I'm just trying to play cowboy song on the jukebox. I'll think about that one for a few minutes. Thanks. Kovr. 10450 Wait. I can't leave. Come on the disrespect Polly. More from actual sponsored. You know, I O'Donnell financial. Come on O'Donnell Financial Group, because planning is a process for loans, Insurance investments and retirement call. Go. Go down. Let 866496 23 100. All right. I'm gonna tell you what my man Chris Mullin had to say. Okay. Next on KNBR, one of 45 and 6 80, these sports leader. You're listening to Murph in Mac, now on 1045 FM. This is K NPR these sports leader case you haven't noticed. We have a problem.
Wise Ventures Esports Officially Becomes Version1
"Digital media podcasting and video programs. Please reach out to e-sports network CEO marked in using the email in the bio of the show. While most people in Esports expect a brand name to be announced alongside. The organization. Why is Venture Esports has taken a little bit of a different pathway. They were first called wise Venturi Sports after the VC fund that created the organization and then they named their rocket League team version one. Now. They've officially become version one permanently listeners to the E Sports Network podcast might remember Brett Diamond CEO of wise Venturi Sports at the time talking about the organizations branding back in a podcast during the summer. In that show, he mentioned a wise Ventures was a temporary name and he also said version one was also going to be a temporary name cuz at that point it was just a name for the rocket League team. It was basically a placeholder took apparently the V one named took off enough that they decided to make it permanent version one first entered Esports of the Call of Duty League team, which is why they've had this sort of weird branding thing because the Minnesota rocker took on their own identity. The organization is backed by the will family the owners of the Minnesota Vikings in the NFL with a formalizing of the name V one is also adding a vallerand roster the team they signed was previously competing with the
"venturi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You can't know that elusive cattle, Mr Milken say gas. It takes three. Really? What up, kid got around, You'll never cool, huh? Yes. Came in the store for some land before. Let's see. Look at them here. In fact, somebody the few venture boy who died Can you ever be the annoying God, but I love but I get the suit for that. Los Momentos must be your women. I said, look again and me. Got a son. But I've got a mother and me eventually. No, no. Come on the guy today. Within, besides, who are proceeding at any time? You're saying it anyway, so let that Got that Bs better day within the city. Look again convey. You're beaver. Feel Look again. Then you're gonna be okay. Seven cm. Smooth man. Those must range. Oh, women. I said look again, and we got a son director. Nothing any Venturi? No, no, Come on. Out of big. Within my cider. Want received. Let's unite them. Anytime you're saying it and me solely that cover Bs better day Wait. Look at you could be Angel boy. How re though this exit does nothing I say is to think. Oh, listen, Sister, Eunice Moocher, No sutras Boy. Mama's mood music with her ex, A loving faces the single Yeah. Okay, Adam said. People will go a lot of all the one man. That guy on TV said that they have a lot of money. You said Philly. Remember having Thanksgiving, Okay? Listen again. Delegate got better, Miss Scarlett. I don't like that sort of thing. You're looking for me. I got it. Dad and the kids can't Yes, you can get something. Get your wife back together again. Never again. Never again. Get to thinking. Mm. Day's production is done. Deliberate. Ando is festival Melissa's baby reindeer. Okay, animals cast aside. You know, Marcie told us that this is gonna next moment, I say single, Patoka.
"venturi" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Worst mass out got it all right last question. What your number. One goal for the next twelve months my number one go in facts many than weans globally. I were coming out now. About about empowering them both the he get on more to have an office right everything are doing so watch out for the and going to be on. You know we're the move. Might be what we do for the power that may not just about those in piran content office building in volume death another long beautiful beautiful all right listeners. There you have another story of loss to keep you winning. Remember to go to my worst investment ever dot com slash deals to claim your discount on how to start building your wealth investing in the stock market as we conclude cristiana. I want to thank you again. For coming on the show and on behalf of a stotts academy i hereby award you alumni status for turning your worst investment. Ever into your best teaching moment. Do you have any partying words for the audience. Yeah do your research. Don't get to know more budget per month in terms of percentages not amount ten percent whereas is somewhat gaming on a monthly basis. And they're going. Wooten cancel those restrictions. Were not you know taking them. Van statement and just retained venturi capable of those or dramatically. Joe was from the background and see hind spending so much money on something that darkness. Berkeley nicknames that my mind is something actually going to work them if that he must be spending money indies that so just sending. Money on disgracing warsak. That will never ruled that fans that long. So you want me and is jeff is not always one dollars. Two dollars doesn't matter. Needs to be some poundage. Nestle added and his money. So that's the thing foolishly. When wants to great. I'm gonna that you just remind me that i've got to go through my monthly subscriptions. Get rid of them. So thank you. Well that's a wrap on another great story to help us create grow and most importantly protect our wealth fellow. Risk-takers this is your wars. podcast host. Andrew stott saying i'll see you on the upside..
"venturi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Renaissance Arboretum, nine Banded whiskey, Joker belts, and Jeff. Our guest today will get A's okra belt. I think he has every colors and so any kind of Del Golf Donald Ross Sportswear and the Media Conservancy. Geoff Shackelford is with Clements and made today on the 15th club. Jeff, Do you ever see Vin Scully out in L A these days? No, no, no. I did a long time ago when he when I was growing up. My dad was a member of Riviera and when he'd come down the range because Bel Air didn't have a range, and he came over to hit balls quite a bit. And Yeah, he pretty much kept to himself. Pretty pretty quiet guy in person. I always want tried really hard to get Golf channel to do a feature on his years calling the masters. I don't know. You know how much he would have enjoyed it because I don't think he hated Frank Chicken and got along that great. But, hey, he called quite a few Masters and players championships and You know one of the great things in the when they dare to rebroadcast on old golf tournament on the Golf Channel in the early eighties, Is it Z? It's Vin Scully and Ken Venturi and it Z. Great. Well, of course. He called the Skins Game PJ West, where we're watching The Bob hope the American Express this week. Another great Los Angeles resident died today. Larry King, the broadcaster. Did Jerry meet Larry King or your dad Land? Meet Larry King Or what involvement. Did you have a Larry King? No. Yeah, We've had a rough year here in l. A. We have lost so many people were kind of mean. Larry isn't a Malay native, obviously, but he kind of became one and huge Dodger fan, Huge Totori baseball guy and Well, man, we lost Tommy Lasorda. Of course he's probably won't go. You know, one of the Four or five most beloved Angelenos in my lifetime easily..
"venturi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Anything can No. They will see me get one more, Mr Milken. Say yes. Lee legal competency. Give us up. You better be careful yourself. Phillies. What up, kid got around you in love with cool, huh? Yes, Waste for London. Let's see. Look again them here to party. Things settle down a bit by the CNN. But a and one from the few venture boys who had Can you ever be the annoying that But I don't want to get this suit for that loss moment. This must be yours within a said, look again and comic or a son. But I gotta know that eventually. No, no. Come on the guy today. Within, besides, who are proceeding soon at any time. You're saying it and me so late that About that Bs better baby within a said. Look again and convey Your day. Within this field. We'll get them. Your motherfucking G thang settled by the CM. Within. Can you ever be the noise that That is only going to get the school for that loss. Move, man. Those must vein within a said Look again, and Comey got a son with any Venturi. No, no, Come on. Out of big. Within my cider. Want proceed issue that needs time here. You're saying in me so late that Got that BS better day wear look again could be Here, boy. How re though these get the movie guy in Mexico, you know. Yes. Just get over No more. My ham bone baby is giving his number. No, no, no, no. Asking, also knows that school no mind knows anything more than she got. Get them away from you. Camels that's still number. No, my last must know. I know you care for a musket, then don't know. You know, Big day stays single. How much money you got Anybody about? Yeah, they.
DACOR - An Original Five
"When you own a dive shop people routinely either stop by or call us to see if we're interested in buying their old scuba gear or they have equipment that they used many years ago and went to try to get back into diving and wonder if we can service it. Well that's a whole different discussion than where i wanna go today. Many times the gear that they bring in is from decor one of the original five. Us manufacturers scuba diving equipment in the united states. We've already covered two of those five here on scuba shack radio voice and health ways and i'll get to the other to swim. Master stivers down the road today. We're going to talk about decor. The davidson corporation was founded in nineteen fifty three by samuel davidson junior. Sam took the da from davidson and decio are from corporation and put them together to form decor i read somewhere online at sam patented the name and even gave the patent number three dot one two eight four eight one. Why tried to find that specific patent and couldn't find that where he patented the name but that number came up with something called a safety float that was submitted by samuel davidson junior filed in nineteen sixty. One so interesting. So how did sam davidson get interested in scuba diving. Well sam richard klein who started health ways was also in the united states marine corps during world war two he was stationed on guam and it said that he had gotten hold of some japanese goggles and started to explore underwater after the war. His interest in exploring underwater continued back then. Getting reliable. scuba equipment wasn't easy. So sam hooked up with an old neighborhood friend named bob olsen and they decided to build their own double hose regulator well somewhere along the way a buyer from montgomery ward department store chain found out about the regulator and purchase ten later. They update to three hundred. Sam had a business. He borrowed ten thousand dollars from his mother and got rolling by nineteen fifty five decor was producing what they called their dial breath. Double hose regulator sam along with another engineer while he mitchell continue to work on regulator development along with other scuba diving equipment from my review of the old decor catalogs. It looks like they didn't introduce their first. Single hose regulator the decor dart until one thousand nine hundred sixty two although they had developed earlier some say four years before sports ways introduced. There's but as a as we've seen with health ways and dick anderson's work a lot of folks who are innovating at this time. One of the ways. I like to research. these early. Manufacturers is look at their old catalogues. The cg forty-five website has a lot of reference material. Along with these old catalogs the earliest decor catalog that i was able to review from thousand nine hundred sixty one. That was the same year that see honda ended. The catalog was a whopping four pages. Long it had there are three double hose. Dial breath regulator for eighty two dollars. They complete single tanks system for one hundred and forty four dollars and a double host set up for doubles. Set up for two hundred and twenty nine. You could pay an extra five dollars to get yellow tanks. The cadillac had one mask one snorkel and one set of things by nineteen sixty two their line expanded with the d one day corridor. Single hose regulator and a new are four dial breath double hose. Remember that patented safety float. Well it was in thousand nine hundred sixty two catalog over the next couple of years. They continue to innovate with the dart d. Two and a dart with ajay valve for three hundred psi reserve on the first stage they also had the clipper series double hose regulators c two and c three by nineteen seventy decor came out with yet another new regulator line the olympic series with the one hundred two hundred four hundred and eight hundred. The last catalog. I went through was from one thousand nine hundred eighty and decor was touting twenty-six years of diving innovation with a doubling of their space at northfield manufacturing headquarters and the installation of a hyperbaric chamber for regulator testing. Looks like nineteen eighty was the year. They introduced what they touted. As a revolutionary regulator their decor pacer regulators pacer is short for positive air controlled equalizing regulator claiming to have totally balanced first and second stages with a remarkable point zero five inches of water. Cracking pressure wow. That's pretty low. They say they harnessed venturi with something called. Ventura matic something really innovation at this. Time was there microsoft Circuit dive computer. It looks like it took up. Most of your forearm with indicators for deco cent rate depth time readouts and more. It was quite a marvel for the time. Sam davidson passed away in nineteen eighty seven and sam's wife. Joan became ceo by nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Joan sold decor tomorrow's an overtime the decor named faded into our diving history. I did see a short article in two thousand five edition of sport diver and it was from nari and they indicated that they could no longer get replacement parts for decor regulators because the parts suppliers had destroyed their mold before they can move all of that to the marez a facility in palo italy. So that's a little bit of the history of sam davison junior the davidson corporation and decor one of the five original scuba equipment manufacturers in the united states.
Digital Health: A CVC Perspective with Sean Cheng, Investment Manager at Phillips Ventures
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw marquess here and today I have the privilege of hosting a Dr Shawn Chang He's a PhD in engineering and then investment manager at Phillips Ventures of the portfolio of promising early stage companies includes baby scripts, Zell Might Tani to drive the Phillips Health Tech Vision he's interested in early stage investment opportunities in digital health, medical devices and imaging based diagnostic prior to ventures. He drove key strategic decisions for the Phillips leaderships on topics, including wearables, health, cloud digital transformation, and data interoperability. Previously, Sean held positions at the Boston Consulting Group, the US FDA and NASA SEAN also. Serves on the board of directors of the Professional Center for child, Development Board of advisors at. Johns Hopkins University. And the Advisory Board of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers Community Sean holds his PhD in engineering from the University of Cambridge England where he developed expertise in medical device design simulations and optimization algorithms. I'm privileged to have him here on the podcast with us today to chat about innovation in how we fund it, and how we view it within today's Environment John such a pleasure to have you here with us face for having me salt and that was a mouthful, but a takes the intro. That's Hey listen I mean for the things that you've done in your career it's like a the tip of the iceberg. So certainly going to be a fun talk today before we dive into the nitty gritty of you know the investments and an innovation I love to find out more about what inspires your work in healthcare yes. Sure So I think. Ever since I can remember you know is one of these professions where it was always going to be around rice on my my father's. Told that to me when I was very young. People are always going to get sick and you know this is something that is near and dear to everyone's hearts and something they worry about. So I, you at a very young age looking at healthcare is something worthwhile doing not to say that everything else is in November and? Certainly in the healthcare side, there's always relevance and and There was something that's from impact side of very worthwhile in a you know a few years ago. I, say. My Dad also. got into a bit of the healthcare trouble and I was in consulting time the generals consultant and having done engaged. She focused on cardiology and the more invasive procedures within cardiology like artificial hearts and L. Ads. I've felt You know I was almost blind sided when he was you know going in for a quadruple bypass and you know I I should probably rely and and it will come back to industry a little more. So something more personal more recently. And I can appreciate that greatly, Sean, you know a mixture of your dad's advice and life experiences you just kind of gravitated to the the field and and I mean, you've just done extraordinary work love to park a bit for a second here on the venture business and and how exactly you guys are looking at your your early stage companies and investments. What exactly are you looking to do with those? Are they adding value to the to the ecosystem? Yeah. Sure. You know I think. There's many aspects of this love to talk at length about all of them, but I'll just spare you that give you the highlights here. So from a corporate venturing point of view, it's always been cyclical as an industry and You know in the last ten years, we've seen a revival of you know corporate venturi with new formats approaches, and this is a will be really try to carve out as ventures. So we started a around twenty-six teen in the intent was to create a team and find that can provide that early stage reconnaissance as well as know how in working with founders, and so the given an idea of what was happening to pass our emanate folks was dealing with. The early stage investments as well, and so they would take a similar approach as an acquisition of a let's say, a two billion dollar company to a post money valuation but ten million dollar early stage startup, and so that combined with a lot of the various functional corporate requirements like in privacy security insurance etc was really a lot for any you early stage coming to handle, and so we WANNA do is provide a center of excellence as well as a team that can go and negotiate these deals and streamline the process, and so we were able to reduce a deal flow time live from. Don't call me on this, but you know nine months to a year down to route three months. And so that was one of the. Young one is just You know mutual benefit. So I. Think we were allowed unnecessary terms into the term sheets that you know we never really exercise and so Knowing that, moving the future, making a judgment call on you know, how can we help the founders succeed and then help them scale? The company's best is sort of where we really emphasize that those ventures in I know everyone says this, but we try to be more founder friendly than the typical CBC, which has a stereotype over the years, and so that's I think you know where where our value add would be you know bringing the resources in channels and infrastructure of fields, corporate the mothership, but also being. Venture and founder friendly as well. And then we can sit there work together with the companies over time to help them succeed for both sides and think that's awesome. Shine. You know you'd think about a lot
Neiman Marcus Chief Executive on Coronavirus Bankruptcy
"Interesting that you position it as not a fundamental business problem given not. The the business you say with generating more than four million dollars in EBA. But people were speculating about a neiman marcus bankruptcy long before the corona virus, condemning actually happened you. Why did why did a bankruptcy not happened before? And what was it specifically about this situation that you made you in? The board realized that it was finally time to pull the trigger. So the the speaker I don't comment on speculation. People love speculation What what I see is bags into fact shows that the business had declined, and over the two and a half years for eight quarters we had positive grows, and we had positive profit growth, and so that doesn't lead you just saying that a business that generates ninety percent of adjusted it'd be that, and that is growing is anywhere near or close to a bankruptcy, and there are many ways which we successfully did a year ago to extend the maturity of your debt, and so we had another four years until that was. was you and on the path of growth and growth that will talk about from a digital standpoint is such that you can scale with limited investment, and so there was no sign for us especially with the extension of the maturity of that of a bankruptcy in the short term, because the business it sells didn't have a no I, so, when John a lot of business opportunities, and so you're not GonNa talk about growth opportunities about challenge that I set for the organization, but China's said for myself, but in a poetry he is not a problem it's it's just the flip side of it. I think what became clear. Here is in a moment where we close all stores and where we didn't went to reopen them, and when we knew that when we reopened them, the economy would be different and the uncertainty attach. We were not going to be able to maintain business model that was not going away to sixty, five million where to be paid and bronze. Need Trust and we are based on trust. If you have a company that is saying or what they earn too dead and using cash to fund the debt service, not to invest in any cap, ex or in, just a buying and being in Venturi I think the they would have been substituting office. You're not having the trust into the business. Now institution like DIS. typically companies have advanced notice because they know they have a business problem in the land bankruptcy. We obviously hadn't planned for this outcome. And, what's remarkable to me and gives me a lot of confidence in our businesses that we were able to get a dea with? Seventy five plus percent of our. Secured creditors to convert some of that debt into equity, but not old there that and there's a belief from creditors or the vast majority. In a binding agreement that it is in their best interest to own the company. Into see, go forward and in exchange for feeding the debt that we are owning them and so that there was A. You only have those situation. When the debtholders believed that owning the company will be a better outcome for them than claiming
FTC examining tech exits could change the landscape in Silicon Valley
"The last week. The Federal Trade Commission said it would examine hundreds of past textiles. Does if they were hurting the competitive landscape big tech companies do buy lots of startups either to acquire technology or to get their hands on hot engineering talent. And this is a system that benefits venture capitalists in fact mergers and acquisitions is by far the most common way for BBC's to make back their money and then some and if the FTC puts a damper on deals well that could be a problem pocket. Russky IS AN INVESTOR WITH S. K. Benchers and he says folks are stressing. Oh I said no to. A colleague of mine was soon as I saw the headline. I was literally. Oh cap all caps. Oh my God so this is a bad thing. I always joke that the venture industry unim-. That's not really a joke. I guess is probably true. The VENTURI industry would not exist. Were it not for Friends selling to friends in the specifically meaning that former entrepreneurs who've joined venture firms knowing people who still work at Google facebook Microsoft and elsewhere and saying. Hey I've got this company we've invested in. Can you help us help fellow out here? I need to get rid. Get it off our books can you? Can You buy this company? Can you have a closer look at it And those kinds of acquisitions are the dirty secret of venture. That's not to say that they're bad deals. There's something nefarious going on. It's just those small acquisitions as he alluded to are a big part of what drives the venture industry when you get away from the really few high profile successes were you surprised to see that action by the FTC. No not at all. This has been rumbled for some time so no. I wasn't surprised I as a matter of fact I actually thought we'd see something sooner a so no. I'm not surprised I've just. I'm just satin so well I know I mean I wonder how might it? You know even even if it's not the kind of Bro Deal version of this story. Certainly companies can be grown in shape as part of the pitch right to say this is an acquisition target for Google. That's why you should give me money. Oh one hundred percent like how is this going to change? You know business plans no it does it. Does and it happens all the time we see this. As the term of art is a touchy and acquisition. We see this as a talking acquisition for Google to fill out this part of its product line. And that's not. There's nothing wrong with saying that it just if that becomes more difficult to do that. All the hurdles go up right because now I need to be you to be a larger company. That's more into its independently. Viable that isn't relying on emanate for an exit that changes the dynamic across the board in terms of how much money. I think you're going to need to be viable. How long it's GonNa take so it really does. Change Tilt and change the landscape which is not necessarily a very good thing. So is it going to change anything for you and how you invest just as a quick follow up? So does it change anything for me. No because we're not. We only have about ten percent of our of our of our. We've got about a fifty company. Portfolio and only four or five of those companies are in the bay area. So they are the ones. Who are the most reliant on selling out to these kinds of incestuous transactions and so we're not relying on as many of the Valley centric funds? So it's not a bigger problem for us but it's a panic in the streets problem for more valley centric venture investors than us. All right so be geographically diverse. It's one lesson for the next. It is it tends to you. Know it's it's got its pluses minuses. Because obviously most of the best transactions tend to happen in the bay area in terms of getting exits. But on the other. Hand being reliant on this brody phenomenon this is is really problematic. Right
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"Aide to Senate Judiciary chairman Chuck Grassley is resigning after reports of an alleged sexual harassment allegation from his past has resurfaced carrot Venturi who served as a communications advisor to Grassley resigned Friday night as the committee was working. On the sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh NBC news sites. Sources say Venturi was fired from North Carolina house majority leader, John Bell's office because a female employee of the North Carolina General Assembly's Republican staff accused him of sexual harassment.