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"watson company" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"watson company" Discussed on KTRH

"Extra two minutes over toward North Main, This is West them. I'm sky Mike on the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. Our Weather channel forecast mostly cloudy and muggy today with scattered showers and high around 80. Tonight scattered showers and storms possible lows in the low to mid sixties. Tomorrow Partly cloudy Little dryer, but warmer highs in the low to mid eighties. Right now it is 76 humble 77 Pasadena, 75. Mostly cloudy skies in Houston at the Ktrh John more services 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh news time 10 31 Tom's story. Nike is suspending its endorsement deal with Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson company says they're deeply concerned by the sexual misconduct allegations against watching in court will continue to closely monitor the situation. Watson is accused of inappropriate behavior by 22 women. He's denied all the allegations. Space X scheduled launch another ranch of StarLink satellites. Today, a Falcon nine rocket set for liftoff around mid day from Cape Canaveral, Florida, the rock it'll be caring about 60 satellites for the StarLink broadband network. On Wall Street. The Dow is down 26 points the S and P 500 up one the NASDAQ Down seven crude oil off 60 cents to 58 73 a barrel. Our next update at 11 o'clock now more Michael Berry. I'm Corey Olson on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh. Lyrics inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates, but my race like that great like that drive safe like that I saved like that straight.

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"watson company" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"watson company" Discussed on How Good It Is

"To the street and recorded it that way, and then you have Mary waste the lead singer for the Shangri laws who said in an interview a few years ago that it was just a sound effects record. Again, I don't know for sure what I do know is that the motorcycle revving noise we hear each time is the same sound which suggests that it It was already recorded by the time, the Shangri las got there. So why may not have known that a real bike was involved the story about driving the bike through the lobby is kind of ridiculous. But it also makes the most sense because the sound of the bike is crystal clear, and it doesn't have any other background noise like you would get with a microphone down on forty Seventh Street and the bike crash self. Of course was a sound effects record. So the master was taken to redbird and it turned out the both Morton and the label were correct redbird scheduled to release, and some stations refused to play including the BBC partially because of the whole mods and rockers subculture controversy BBC thought it would incite violence between the two groups and partly it's believed because it was a splatter platter. It didn't much matter though because the record took off anyway in both countries made it to number one in the. The, US and number eleven in the UK. Despite the lack of airplay, not only that it charted twice more in the UK reaching number three in nineteen, seventy two when it was really should after the ban and again in nineteen seventy six when it was released on two different labels and the figures were combined to calculate the chart position. It was also a number one record in Australia and New Zealand on that initial release and number three in Canada. Now. I'M GONNA offer up one more theory that I had about the success of this particular splatter platter. It's something that came to me during the week, and while I was doing my research for this episode, I found a two thousand fourteen article and re beat magazine that offered up the same theory at least I know somebody agrees with me on this one. The song has a little bit of a back and forth converstation tone with the girl betty telling her friends about the tragic story, and that makes it kind of a place to music. So right way it's it's set apart from other records, but the other thing is that Mary Weiss. Weiss was fifteen years old when the song was recorded. Now, a lot of the other splatter platter singers were young as well, but they put a little Polish on their singing to make them sign more mature Watson Company. However, never sound like anything other than adolescents and I think that helps sell the whole thing, the rebate article, which unfortunately doesn't have a byline so I don't know whom to credit for this also notes that the singer switching from impassioned cries like I felt. So helpless, what could I do to solemn recitations like leader of the pack now he's gone is also reflective of the way that teenage girls can quickly switch gears. Totally. Okay cover versions. Well, you bet there were some covers including by Bette midler. I'm not going to play that one here because you have to hear the whole thing to understand that it's a little weird Hillary and Haley Duff sang the song as members of the Shangri laws on the TV show American dreams. The carpenters made a part of their act for a few years. So it appears on their live in Japan album and there's a version by Alvin and the chipmunks, and then there's this version..

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"watson company" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"watson company" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"But the fact remains that these systems weren't all that capable for that reason, UNIX would stay in the realm of academics research and business for most of its first decade of life. It happened designed for mainframe computers and consumer grade hardware didn't come close to that level of sophistication. UNIX was made for systems. There were shared between many multiple users at once it was built to run more than one program at once simply put there was no need for something like UNIX for personal computers at least not yet as the eighty started things would change considerably, computers would find the ring to homes and every day more businesses adopted computers. The market for smaller computers had existed before don't get me wrong, but it expanded considerably in the nineteen eighties. Besides just plain more computers in the wild these newer systems were a whole lot more powerful. Now on this podcast, we've talked a lot about the IBM PC and with good reason, it's a really important part of the heritage of modern computing. But as with all things, there is a much larger context play here the PC was part of a line of computers manufactured by IBM in fact, it was the lowest end model of that line on the higher end of the family was the IBM PC. And I think bat system is a much better example for our purposes today. Most home systems in the seventies rebuilt around eight processors. Now, the bitterness of a processor has a lot of implications, but one big one is the memory address space. An eight bit processor can only operate on eight bit numbers, and since each location in memory has to have an address, the result is that an eight bit processor can only access a small amount of Ram. There are some tricks to deal with larger amounts of memory doesn't really help a whole lot the IBM. At came with a thirty two bit processor the Intel Eighty two, eighty, six older systems may have had kilobytes ram to work with a t could top out at sixteen megabytes. That's not just numbers more memory more space for running programs. The other factor at play was the radio ability of hard drives. Earlier systems relied heavily on floppy drives for all their storage needs. You could get hard drives as add ons for machines in the seventies, but it was expensive and pretty limiting technology. Batee. Twenty megabyte hard drive instead of shopping discs to load new programs. Everything could just live inside the computer available for use at any time better storage more memory and a larger market Mathu lot of opportunities to innovate at wouldn't be released until nineteen eighty-four but it's emblematic of the direction that things were going in the eighties more powerful machines with capabilities much more in line to those of mainframes were making their way out into the wild. So, we can get to the main course. This has been a lot of work to set the stage, but the main character is finally arriving. One of the many groups that was writing the tides into the nineteen eighty s was the mark Williams company. They weren't one of the usual suspects as far as computing goes they weren't an apple or an IBM or a Microsoft. In Chicago in Nineteen Forty Nine by William Marks swertz original name was the Mark Williams Chemical Company and they weren't initially offered company. In fact, the original product was a drink called doctor enough a quote dietary supplement contained in a delicious lime and lemon flavor. Yeah. It's not really the bona feed as the most computer companies tout. It wouldn't be until nineteen, seventy seven, the Mark Williams company would transform itself into a software house. By this point company had largely passed onto. William's son Robert Schwartz. But it seemed like the younger man wasn't so much interested in soft drinks and chemistry as he was in computers, he had recently graduated from the University of Waterloo Computer Science Department where he had been one of the many students exposed to UNIX. But that wasn't the extent of is in. The younger Schwartz was an early convert to the wonders of the personal computer and Hollywood have had a background with larger systems from college. He saw the promising future of smaller in-home systems. With the reforming of the Mark Williams Company swertz brought along a group of college colleagues. Also, CS grads shared a similar vision they knew personal computing was where they want it to be but the time period they were in was a little bit of a strange limited space. The real explosion of personal computing systems was just on the horizon for the time being the market for software in the home wasn't all that huge while businesses would have either had no computers at all or it they'd be on mainframes. So on the smaller end, you have simple machines like the al-Tair Eighty, eight, hundred in the hands of mainly hobbyists on the exact opposite end you have large companies and institutions they're rocking expensive deck or IBM behemoths. There was some early crossover of personal computing in smaller businesses, but in general, the market for software was broken into two large categories. This is all to say it's Watson. Company found themselves in a very interesting time Mark Williams would be soundly on the personal computing side of the fence, but they didn't totally ignore big iron I think one of the first products X. Y. Basic can shed some light on the space that they were working in. This program would hit shelves in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety seven targeted at the Intel eighty eighty based computers such as the altar hundred. At first glance, it be easy to discount this as a clone of existing software. I mean, just two years prior Microsoft became an overnight success in the hobbyist community with the release of all basic sure Mark Williams did right version of basic for the same system but there's a little bit more at play here just below the surface me quick passage from the manual for X. Y. Basic. Congratulations you're about to discover the unique -em powerful properties of x y basic. The only basic interpreters specifically designed for process control data acquisition and real time applications with eighty eighty based microcomputer systems in quote. It's basic but with a twist Microsoft's early version was targeted squarely at the hobbyist or user but X. Y. Basic was a slightly different beast. It was designed for process control systems. In other words, we're looking at a more industrial product. So you get all the standard basic instructions for math printing to the screen taking input some flow control alongside more advanced niche code blows me away is the fact that X. Y. Basic has software interrupts and events. These are two key features for any industrial control system or any computer system that. With other. Physical. Harper. Essentially, a software interrupt tells your computer to wait for a certain signal. Say a reading comes in over a sensor and then once received a pre specified chunk of code. Usually interrupts are handled on the lowest level of computers. Hardware. Even today it's common write interrupt handling code in Assembly language. But here in nine hundred, seventy, seven, x y basic can handle a very similar type of functionality in a clear and concise basic program suffer interrupts plus a bevy of other features put ex white basic in this interesting space where it's able to handle more direct control, the underlying hardware than its competition could. The other interesting factor is the most process control systems used specialized computer hardware. Normally, a factory would have something akin to a mainframe tricked out with expanded interface hardware. Obviously that kind of harbor come cheap. So computerization had only really reached larger factories and industry or some larger research.

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"watson company" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"watson company" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"That's West Virginia University's data marketing communications. Okay can I ask one quick question before he answers your question there and I'm just thinking is talking about the topic here today. Can companies even stay human when more and more of the customer interaction is dealt with robocalls and robots and bots and A and all this stuff are we removing the humans from the whole equation. That's an interesting question. And a lot of the research today shows that consumers generally accept bought and the reason is often the box are more human than the humans so I mean how many of us have had really terrible terrible customer service experiences. So if you have a but that's just one slot above terrible. It's an improvement interesting. Take on the whole thing you know so many times. The bots are more sympathetic and empathetic and helpful than the other person that Seems like they're having a bad day just wants to get off the call. Her and I think the bottle be becoming more sophisticated. I think it'll even get to a point. They will become entertaining and they'll be certain that will be our favorites and we'll tell our friends about and this'll be a whole new sort of marketing tool because we don't really like spending time on On the phone with a customer service person but it might be interesting chatting online at Nike with Michael Jordan bought with Dolly Parton. Bought or anything like that. That might be fun. And then all the while the companies can be collecting information about it so I think we're just at the cusp of some very interesting days in terms of of bought some example. That Cindy actually could make today. This is the Cindy Green glass bottle today. Never known. It's very funny though. I love my bit Mo- Jeez and so do all my friends that when I send them their morning bit mortgages and We have conversations with our colleagues about the voice assistance. And whose voice are you using. What did I hear Samuel? L. Jackson is now going to be a voice assistant voice and so. I do think it's entertaining. You're right on there and They can't be helpful and Andrew -taining at the same time and welcoming so. Let's go back to this question about the traditional role of marketing changing the traditional jobs. Changing is the CMO gone for good or will arise again as an in a new role. And what are the titles and functions that you're seeing that companies need to look at for marketing professionals in the future? Well I think there's a lot of turmoil going on. We see a lot of big companies like Coca Cola and Johnson and Johnson eliminating the CMO role. Which has been a surprise to a lot of people and I think part of the problem part of the turmoil is exactly the turmoil that talk about in my book. Marketing rebellion is that we are moving from this era where it was easy to measure. We had familiar advertising techniques. We had relationships with advertising agencies and all of that is starting to crumble and the CMO is right in the middle of that right now and a lot of the marketing techniques where instead of we're broadcasting at people and we're trying to manipulate people now we sort of have to come alongside them now that we have consumers have the accumulated knowledge of the human race in the palm of their hands. They're pretty good at making their own. Decisions and so. The role of marketing is changing. A lot of the tactics are going to be changing and so the role of the CMO is really in turmoil right now as companies try to hang on to what they have and and try to figure out what's coming next. I think marketing is very essential role in the organization. I don't think marketing will ever go away. I think the role the marketing leader will have to be in some transition however and some of the things I'm hearing now cindy are that that. Cmo's they're focusing more on customer experience so that instead of just running programs or managing accounts. Cmo's it would be responsible for every single customer touch point every single way. That customer could experience our company. It's a very very different way of thinking. And it's exciting to see it's endlessly fascinating and I'm very optimistic about the role of marketing and marketing leadership but it is going to go through some tumultuous times. Yes I am. Recently was at a large hospital network. We were talking about some of the automation that is being put in place to facilitate appointment setting and working with the hospital on all the different parts departments to navigate through lab and doctors etc and in the meeting was an individual with the title of Chief Access Officer and that this was the individual who has all the access points that patients have available to them in communicating with the institution call centers the front desk billing you name it and I thought now that was rather interesting title. And they said this is becoming very prevalent in the healthcare industry because there's so many access points and they don't communicate with each other and it's extremely disjointed so not that was an interesting title and marketing role for healthcare. If you think about it a brand used to be what a company told you it was but today a brand is what people tell each other so it makes sense to really look at all those touch points just as you said because in their hospital example if one touch point sales that's what they're going to talk about. That's going to become the brand. So you've gotta be perfect in sort of three hundred sixty degree view of everything. The customer is experiencing. Because as I said the customers are the marketers today if we see ads we don't believe that anymore but we believe each other. We believe our friends. We believe our families. We believe business leaders. We believe technical experts and we believe these people called influencers. Who really are just trusted friends? That are online a strategy being enacted by the hospital there. I think that makes a lot of sense. I want to pick up on that. We may have less trust in our institutions today than perhaps ever and we have greater confidence and trust in the authenticity of our friends family. And and as you said these influencers so I'm a brand and we need to figure out. How a brand inserts himself into this new environment where they are known and they are engaging in a conversation and be authentic about it when they're presenting themselves in. Is there a secret sauce? Way To be authentic. When you know that you're inserting yourself as a marketing or a brand. That's trying to influence opinion or purchase behavior. I think it really requires a different mindset and I hinted at earlier where I said lot of the mindset of the marketing of the past. Is I'm broadcasting at you and I'm going to change you and today it's more like I wanna come alongside you and help you and I think the first thing in any business is before marketing matters at all. You've got to deliver the goods right. The hospital you talked about the gotta do everything right. A restaurant you go to nobis care about their marketing. Nobis took care about telling their story if the service was bad or they couldn't find a parking space or the bathrooms were a mess. Barking begins with delivering the goods. And then after that. I think great marketing today is beginning to identify. What is a story about view? That's authentic that's interesting. That's relevant so. I was at a restaurant the other day and they had this story on the table about some of the historic surroundings of this building and they had a story on the table about some of the special storms were. They were getting ingredients for their food. Now that is believable. It's authentic. It's interesting it's something that I would want to tell my friends and it's relevant and so that's not an you know that's not of some public relations thing but it's a way to get the means to understand the story so there's lots of ways today that we have to think about. How do we start to enter the conversation? Offline how do we start to enter the conversation online and most important? How do we encourage other people to spread the story? One of the big buzzword today and for the last ten years it's been content marketing and so watson companies are spending millions and millions of dollars creating all this content that nobody ever really sees the economic value of content. That's not seen and shared is zero so in every aspect of marketing it really today depends on getting customers getting consumers to carry the story forward. That's really where marketing today. How do we enter that? Two-thirds two thirds of our marketing is occurring without us. How do we get invited to that? That's really what marketing is going to be looking like in the future wonderful. Well I wish we had more time together mark. You have so much to share. I hope we'll continue this conversation and we will see what integrate later this year. You provided US great relevant interesting and authentic insights and we'll see you in West Virginia soon. You've been listening to Wvu Marketing Communications today. Brought to you live from West Virginia.

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"watson company" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Twenty seven twenty one Jan how are you today good man how you add your Sunday gone so swimmingly swimmingly we got three games going on right now let's get right to has we have given Shockey on the line Seahawks and the ravens it's been a good ones at the half in Seattle it has been a good one one which charted thirteen and no thanks to the Lamar Jackson led to Baltimore office this time of the Seahawks red zone defense has been great standing up twice in the red zone to force field goals of twenty five and twenty eight yards but the big plant this one a sixty seven yard interception return for a touchdown by Marcus Peters who said the goal was not on this team but in but after the trade from Los Angeles to Baltimore picked off a pass from Russell Wilson returned it all the way to a touchdown the only talked on the day or Baltimore in the air Russell Wilson a hundred yards and a touchdown that touched down to Tyler Lockett who has just the three yards in the air Chris Carson leader on the ground with eleven carries for forty one yards on the other side mark Jackson a hundred yards in the air on five of twelve passing and on the ground five Kerry for forty five yards as has become standard he is their leading rusher you know what I have here is thirteen thirteen late into the sea hawks are thank you very much Kevin Shockey in Seattle the only game the three that is not tied up the saints and bears in Chicago let's get more from David Shuster all right rich the Bose cascading down from the stands as we go to intermission New Orleans only with a two point lead but the bears offense is just god awful only eighty one total yards in the opening half mixture biscuit we talked about him earlier thirteen of twenty three for a very pedestrian seventy eight yard touchdown with the special teams touchdown core Daryl Patterson a hundred and two yards on his kickoff return the seventh time in his career that he's gone into the end zone on a kickoff return meanwhile for New Orleans well let's with a thirty nine yard field goal after he missed one for thirty nine yards I should say that after he had made one earlier and for lots he had made thirty five straight on the road that's an NFL record then actually miss from forty two yards I should say so that broke that finally broke his long streak of successful field goal attempts on the road and it all up in New Orleans leads twelve ten here at the half thank you David and let's head to brand Douglas in Tennessee there well into the third quarter there and let's get more from brands on the Titans in Chargers and thus far the third quarter has been a hunt faster where the two teams to keep two times back and forth to one another a cemex on finding jobs by the two funders the store in the third quarter has been the offenses where the Titans have managed just fifty five yards of total offense as for the LA Chargers the only have two yards of offense Philip rivers over for passing thus far in the third quarter hi I'm trying to drive the ball right now they're near their own thirty four minutes left to go in the third quarter and complete the Titans to their own forty at the four minute mark we're still tied at ten in Nashville thank you very much Brent Douglas in Tennessee you know jam we've had a lot of great performances the dolls the forty Niners defense once again pitching a shot out today they've allowed just ten points in the last three games Aaron Rodgers just keeps getting better and better and I I said this earlier to bill rate your in the air for is good and as the Packers have been this year and as much credit as their defense in the running game you watch Aaron Rodgers the guide is best pass to Gary he's he's the most talented quarterback certainly in the National Football League right now I you make an argument is the most talented physically gifted to talk about how is that scene the tools to be a great quarterback in the National Football League maybe ever he he is the total package now there's more to it than just your physical tools I thought now I'm not gonna say he's the greatest quarterback of all time a lot of other things come into play in that evaluation of that position but cats physically capable of doing everything that needs to be done as a quarterback in the NFL who's better than ever in Rogers is ever been and just watching him on Monday night I'm so there and laying on the couch watching and it and I'm just thinking to myself everything looks like it's supposed but it it's just it's uncanny you you just look at him it's so smooth the it it's almost like it's moving in slow mo for like you know where it's going you see the open man at war with the window will with which you have to throw it into any gets there it's just that that to me it just keep looking at him and everything you you you watch games and and I'll just this is not to you know this merchant eighteen but but just like the giants today that they had all sorts of troubles on third downs every time Daniel Jones went back to pass E. looked like he was going to get killed back there and you watch Aaron Rodgers and he just he move so smoothly now granted this is a I'm a much different much different player in a much different team and a guy who has a lot of experience but it was it was if and as I said things are moving in slow motion for me just move so effortlessly and seamlessly and can just throw the ball where it needs to go it it's like well you know you you see the the Packers on third down if you stop them god bless you and part of the two packages guide and to me there's not even a debate that he's the best in the history of the nafta hopefully good being able to do this sprinting out of the pocket heading toward the sidelines his eyes always down field never look around he doesn't have to stop to throw he just rolled the ball we have to wipe off the shoulder I'm a line to wait moving wide receiver without ever stopping himself he just does it in full I don't know if you call a run because you could probably run faster but between of running a jog any does double with such accuracy in such a warm spring while still moving away from where he's trying to throw the ball ball it is just amazing and the other part of that division now the Vikings have suddenly become much more balanced on offense is not only Dalvin cook Kirk cousins of take the early criticism and be the disappointments the fun digs that team looks a lot better right now after four touchdown performance by cousins no interceptions again and he was twenty four thirty four today against what has been a very good line seem so far even if it is two three and one understood that's the best division in football for may bar none the lines are not a bad football team even though they've dipped below five hundred it's because they're losing to other better football teams in their division right now which sorry about that you do a tough division is here ridicule eight I I don't know what the issue was what the problem was with big that he wanted to get out of town there was that one great piece of video where he said I want to stay a biking and rolled his eyes and threw back his head so you knew he was saying it just because he was told he was supposed to say at night because he really believed dead but the last couple of weeks he JYJ game last week against Philadelphia dating get a touchdown we got a hundred forty yards and a time to target and the like it Kirk cousins just needed to get on the same page with his wide receivers he's done that the last two weeks and I don't think either Adam Thielen and doorstep on days is complaining these days good Kerr conscience is delivering to the football to and also got a point out another superlative this week and that was the Indianapolis Colts holding off the Texans are keeping the Sean Watson company at bay the Texans offense had been great the last couple of games today not so much and it was the call to control the pace all the way through and they did it they took and they took advantage of a banged up secondary and as I had mentioned earlier to dissect paschal you know this is a team that that its calling card is it's running game and their offense today was terrific percent no interceptions three hundred twenty six yards passing four touchdowns we're getting a lot of play from first time coaches guys will be in good assistance coordinators in the league got their child to be head coach is McRae's get a lot of P. are certainly kanam with the forty Niners being undefeated is get a lot of coverage in a lot of shine how about the job did Frankreich is done since he's taken over in Indianapolis don't forget and nine old called Fallon's Abinger forgot it but the casual NFL fan may forgotten it what a job the average Canadian New England Patriots accepted the job they've added a noun somebody was taken a job and forty eight hours later he said yeah you know one of those up never mind I think I'll stay with uncle bill up here in New England and Frank right comes in picks up the pieces winds when he gets his superstar quarterback last year he decides to retire you talk about up bill climbed it right great give that to go to first of all was need jog second wall is superstar quarterback retires at an early age and only does just continue to win witcher Kobe birch said who's doing a phenomenal job QB form Greg is not get enough credit for the job that he's doing in Indianapolis I agree and but I also say there's one constant to all of what you just said and that's Chris Ballard who picked up the pieces very nicely and it might have worked out better in the end the Josh McDaniels decided not to come to yep was as you mentioned Frankreich has done a terrific job and even even one is one move didn't work out going forward and fourth down last year against the Texans that's team is fourteen and six cents now almost possible plan upper that wound up it did not but that move right there totally that is that is one of the defining moments or will be one of the defining moments of Frank writes ten year in Indianapolis slow he came from working with Doug Peterson and if you don't file eagles closely I know your boy down in Carolina was at a nice full year of self let's not forget that he's on the bite it's weak but readable run is back Doug Peterson is just as big a riverboat gambler is the Carolina Panthers head coaches for down fake K. X. not afraid to go for it yes Frank right learned at the hand of Doug Peterson and it worked to to to live a Superbowl victory for those two one eagle coaching staff so Frankreich is taken at the Indianapolis and he's making it work out with his team now and so far they lead the AFC south at four and two after the win over the Texans earlier this year right now three games going on.

"watson company" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The old. You're right. I mean think about it. You lose it. Now Inver has no star. Anybody out of the east main Anthony, even Milwaukee like walkie man, that's a draw draw. They're doing like watching Houston. I know hardens the star. But that style. We the markets. They have in the in the west Denver's pretty big market. But still no well thinking about this one two three r out Chicago, New York LA the top three of the biggest market is the words or the four or just me market. So that's it's the biggest market with the best and their star player your ratings like, yeah. So yeah, that'll be so wherever b twelve thirty three go. Plus, you can almost wake you up in the second round to be honest because the second round in the east of me, really really good in some way, shape or form. It's going to be Boston Philly Toronto and in Milwaukee. Probably and in the west, you're probably looking at it depends still jumbled around in the west, but you still have a decent. You're going to be looking at. I don't know Portland gets out but Houston, Golden State not saying play each other. But you get a decent second round probably both sides. This is going to be really good in the second round. So anyway, playoffs on the way. But we have to talk to Dan Rostenkowski about sharks. Good first round series should be a little bit chippy. Even though the playoffs are generally anyway. But just because of these teams are there, isn't that weird Vegas has been in the in existence two years you've met him both times. It's kind of like you already ate him. That's a riot. It's nice rivalry two years in. To be what are they playing their? They're playing Vegas Sunday. Don't they? Oh, saying it'd be in Vegas, but I'll be gone really coming on Sunday morning. Have been cool to be probably one hundred bucks for ticket. It's true Vegas. It's aren't Tiv. They're not buy into. I'm like did you really? Yeah. It was like what the hell Vegas. I guess they love their nights. There. Do they always always tells us? I mean, it doesn't have kind of because of things that happened last year. Maybe a little bit of that. But like you said people are into I'm sure of it. I wonder if that will dissipate a little bit when the raiders come to town and the raiders become like the big draw probably wonder if they can push the backer, it'd be NFL. But the one thing about the raiders you're getting somebody else's team. The knights are their team. That's true. So it's only once NFL know. You know, they'll still love him. If they win. That's true. Yeah. To win. It'd be great at the nights. I did the raiders. Drew doesn't get it together. That's the one thing about Vegas. It's it's a town where it's like you said it's going to be a bunch of transient fans. So it's like if you don't win. What's going to happen is exactly what happens with the chargers? It's gonna be everybody else's fans. It's not like a lot of other different options right Vegas for your Entertainment, inC, then it's going to be you know, they're playing the eagles. It's going to be a bunch of corporate guys and eagles fans. Do you wanna go to gamer selene Dion? Well, come on give me a better inventor second choice on that one. He's been there. Forever. The tom. So he sticks like death. He'll rip you will rip my face. Go to big three. Don't you dare say those links anymore? Every time there's a big three leaky sivvy's of these myth every without without fail without fail. These stories I could tell but I won't. All right. Let me is gonna join us by the hour. Far hunt continues his mastery of fantasy baseball. He makes another move. We'll get into that and more. Plus the quote, the guy said today the latest guy they got going to try to put in one place. He's like, no, well explained only are these later. From the Chilton auto body traffic desk in San Leandro, eighty northbound before marina boulevard, a multi vehicle crash has the right lane. Block is stop and go from hispan- Rio vista we still have that one way traffic control on highway twelve between church road and drew in. Dr roadwork going on till five pm westbound is back across the Rio vista bridge from Jackson Slough road, snow mccown, lots of company on eastbound thirty seven stop and go between lakeville road and one twenty one in south bay Sunnyvale. You're on the brakes southbound one and one from Lawrence expressway to brought to locate Parkway and more slowing through eighty interchange. San Francisco Watson company on northbound two eighty from Mariposa street. King street heading out of the city. Northbound one at slow from says our Chavez to the lower deck, and then just before the island recover tire in the middle lane on the bay bridge. Sponsored by h and R Block tax day is coming this. You're more than ever you're probably wanting some help. I don't over H&_R block. No, one knows taxreform better than block and their tax pros.

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"watson company" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"watson company" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"It's just that's the way it goes. If you're if you're in the NFC south, you must calculate. Well, this is the way the falcons do it. And you've seen the best example's probably the NFC north with all the big QB's and everything and the oil we have Aaron Rodgers in our division air. Go. Those the bears. Did the bears are all about we got to figure out how to disrupt Aaron Rodgers zig when they zag the paper. It's never for once in fifteen years at the thing. How are we going to get through this division before we start figuring anything the NFC south comparison works out perfectly because Julio Jones's business division forever? It's all right. So we're going to draft a cornerback. How do we deal with Julio Jones and these are decisions that other teams are making? Meanwhile, the jets and the dolphins and the bills are like how do we win football game? Like, that's that's literally there at step one. And they've been at step air all bad decade. They've all been bad teams for mostly for. I mean, listen, all right fine. The dolphins with gas in his first year when the playoffs the Sanchis jets went to to title game so on and so forth, but you get the larger picture, and and don't be wise with me bills fans about your playoff run last year. That was so many playoff run that playoff Rome was bad. It wasn't good. They didn't have the quarterback. They wanted. They got their guy now. Congratulations. But of course, you're going to win games because I can say this is a pedigree snob when you're always dry. In the top ten. You have enough talent to win some games. You're gonna win a handful of games over the course of a season. Anyhow the patriots. You say the Texans. Are they don't want the Texans? I don't think they want the Texans. They almost like team zero history. They talk about pressure that team should be that franchise Bill O'Brien. And so on you know, and by the way, I know this Shawn Watson company went up there and beat them in. What was that week to week four whatever that was in two thousand seventeen and bad call on Philip door set? Touchdown whatever that was. They had them beat blues. Brandin cooks Brandin cooks. You're right in the patriots summarily dumped, wait a minute. You mean to tell me there was a big play by the New England Patriots and Philip door set wasn't involved. I find that hard to believe. But okay. Yeah, you're right. It was Brandin cooks either way. Yes. And they can rush the passer, but they have to be Bill. Bella check OBI Bill O'Brien. I gotta believe that. That's the that's the way that would go down. But they are built to rush the passer. You just mean? I mean, I do not would not need to whatever, I don't know, my my shoe collection. I don't know. I bet my shoe collection on it. I can tell you a certainty. I'll still have my shoes after the patriots defeat the Texans. Just just I loved the Shawn Watson to I love watching him. If you copquin, but they'll beat them. If you wore fourteen Dave I the bed one hundred percent. But I was just don't have the space. I'm with you. I love the hot take that you and spaghetti the unions. Forget him. So that was was that a humble brag does that count as a humble what he just said that I wear a size fourteen. I think that's well, it's just a big issue. I'm only at thirteen loo look at work in his own home. We're on team anti patriots right now. I was because it it made sense. Like, if we were the same size shoe because I- schematically logistically, what am I gonna do with the bunch of shoes don't fit I wear a twelve. That's not a ham and Egger. I don't know. What that means who am I Greg Rosenthal of a sudden, and that was double Mubrak to we don't need damasec. Where's where's the nice a nice size shoe? You know, no one's ever been going around with Dave Logan out small shoes knows adverse MVP. I wear a seven two seven. She says I'm not going to sit here. And in the same episode called fat and painting. I'm not gonna do literally. Nobody calls you. I heard what you implored everybody to call..

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"watson company" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

13:16 min | 3 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"The. Former executive turned lifestyle entrepreneur, Connie is ridiculously dedicated to inspiring individuals to activate their power and live their dream as a lifestyle entrepreneur. It's time to sit down, lie down or squat down and turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts right now. Hello and welcome to activating up. However, woman the typecast. I'm kinda five transformational speaker mentor and coach women. If you're looking for inspiration and motivation, tools to accelerate business'll, you have come to the right place. We have a phenomenal guest today. CEO reenter, apology president of sentiment and author of we commerce Billy Howard. Billy welcome back to the show, have been looking at your stuff, and it looks like since you menhir Lashio all lot of things going on. You have a new role would set sentiment on me Sherm say net correctly for you. So what exactly played out there looks like something really exciting. Well, first of all, thanks so much for having me back. It's it's lovely to be here. I think the last time we spoke was around the time. My book had been out for a little while and right after that. Think I b m had come to me in an ask me to futurist for them to help them that are understand how to make Watson accessible to the creative side of marketing during that journey. You know, to be honest, when I, when I first got there at one of them they driven, I really. Action because I, I'm not a deeply scientific marketer. A storyteller. I come from common PR so you know, it took me a while to get my grounding, but when I dove into it, I actually found this study that was done by Kurt Vonnegut about fifty or so years ago where he said that story should be able to be fed into machines, different than shapes. So the Kurds me. Bet about was the case that we could figure out potentially to use to excuse empathy and emotion into storytelling. And at while I was looking into that, there was a study that was done a couple of years ago that was written up in the Atlantic where researchers set out to prove that idea may map the six most resident narrative arts history on an ex waxes, and they were actually able to draw emotional creative through line between Cinderella and the Old Testament. So that said to us was there is a grounding of an idea there, and we actually submitted it to the storytellers Tribeca film festival contests on Wim while I was doing some things for IBM internally and to make a long story short, even though they want to totally separate tracks inside Bibey them right talking to the other, we actually made it to the finals of that contest. And while we didn't win because our solution while studio brands studio model originally has nothing to do with the entertainment business of the wasn't really interested in it for that. But it got a lot of attention at IBM. And at that point you know, they said, how can we help to potentially turn this into a product and they why don't you meet this new with Watson company sentiment that's focused on emotional intelligence using neuro data to really for the first time, understand how to help emotions and brands come together to instigate people to act in specific ways and understanding what makes people act concert way. So we came together and instead of just creating a product, we merge our firms together Brown for policy, became part of sentiment. So we have two sides of the business which is guided and self guided. So either a straight sask solution around the idea, emotional analytic dash or. Along those lines or us and the solution on someone's behalf man married with the machine. So it's it's, we came to market and figuring out a lot from the ground up. January were super excited. So I, I wouldn't know more about the emotional intelligence of a machine against the emotional intelligence of branding. I mean, it's really getting people to act and behave the way you want them to. But how does that all play into gather with what you're doing well to take a quick setback. So the Watson piece is the I in the machine learning so that outed as once you figure out how to do something and you train the machine, what to do, they just become smarter smarter over taught. So we have the best of that, and we also have access to all of Watson's of social scraping. So all their hundred twenty social feats, but will we have that nobody else has which were patents? Lie is we have what we Paul store of humans thought. The hundred brains based of study that was done at UC Berkeley, all the who study, where we were able to develop an aggregate understanding of how we respond to different stimuli. So what that enables us to be able to do is basically serve as a brands of motion GPS. So we can say today says the Vauxhall level or the emotional dress where you're today, and this is the emotional address of where you need to be. If you want to connect with active moms versus let's call millennial mavens, whatever those presumed. So we use those insights across what we've always done, which is the who, so understanding who you're trying to reach emotional triggers, the what, which is heading affect language in a way. It's going to instigate those emotional triggers, and then the win, which is a contextual relevance. So had you and make sure they are optimizing across that whole process using. A motion as currency business in branding marketing of it's always been around the on the emotion or it's come to, you need to bring around the motion, but I'm really intrigued, especially when you said that you have to train the brain are ill or train the brain the machine. Like, how does that? How does it really work a? Could you go into a little bit more in depth about that until that really works? Well, though that I'll hawk. You know, I'm not a scientist and I've become a bit of a tech buff over the reasonable. I'll do my. I'm doing my best. But I mean, basically what it is is a series of algorithms that are tied to this neuro database who nobody else has. So once you understand how to replicate what's in the database of how people's emotions, why in response to different cues with us triggers are right. You've figured out the science behind that when he will out with the power of AI and machine learning, you set yourself on a chorus of continuing to become more more intelligent. On those topics. Over time, we have the ability to continue to add brain scans to database. So when you come at it from the power of the machines today, his mission at supercharge and you use the man side of the science that nobody else has cleans breida compelling offering because now every. It's not a secret that you need to have a much residents. Able to understand how to hit on specific emotions. Men are the gates. The civic behaviors is something we've never seen before. Idea that have been talking about neuroscience for the last decade. Yeah, right. Not tracking and things like that that are not accurate. Nor is that deeply informative to say, you know, let's look at sentiment analysis just through the lens of positive, negative neutral when Elliot much. Yeah. I've always been intrigued by the neuroscience piece of it. So, yeah, I wanna work with you when I grow up. Where does that creativity in the technology then where should they meet in this new environment? Well, it's really interesting. That's a great question because I think that that's what the key to success is for any marketer storyteller Amazon to figure out how am where we typically technology should meet. And there's been a lot of debate dialogue over the last two years that creativity is taking a back seat and everything needs to be about the science and he got up forget about the art and I, I don't. I don't believe that. I believe that Chris thing that needs to be done today. You need to take advantage of the data that's available, right. You know, that's something that a lot of people don't do. They claim that they have all of these copious amounts of beta, but they don't necessarily use it. So if you can figure out how to extrapolate insight, rum that you have from tools like ours to optimize your ability to tell better stories to the right week, all at the right time. Time it don't. That to me is is the is the holy grail and by early difficult in this marketplace is that a lot of people are talking about lot of things that sound the same and certain things are becoming diluted anyb- Equitas. That's very off putting at times, but if you really listen and understand what I'm saying in the fact that our whole thing is, how do you make world these beings accessible to people so that they do their job better and be better at connecting with their customers? That's really what we're about. Yeah. I mean exact exact, right? Because they talk about if you have the data data is kings. But like you said, if you not using data over here in bringing that all together in that new environment of created net stimuli for people to act in behaved that you want them do or become you're next client's, that's what's really critical, really important. But how do you get yawn than and you said the one point about the the marketplace is getting so saturated with a lot of the same messages. So what's your advice for an organization, whether they're small or large to really focus in streamline that message? So they do. Stand out in this marketplace because it is it is challenging to do that. All. I think at the whole way of standing out today, whether you're big or small needs to start with an authentic brand purpose. And you know this idea brand purpose has been bandied about a bit for the last several years, but they're very few people who really understand what brand purpose means that it's not a cosmetic function. But if brace correctly should be a centerpiece of of business brand strategy meeting at using the type of tools that I'm talking about, whether it's ours or others to really make sure you you mail the brand purpose. You wanna make sure that it it's meaningful inside your organization so that you build the strength unhooking brand Basler's inside free that halo outside. But I believe that in order to stand out no matter who you are or what it is that you do not that before you do anything at all? I. I totally agree with you about the authenticity. And I know even for me, I mean, I've been doing this. I've been out this for twelve years now and two years ago year and a half ago I made not a switch, but I really added him focused. Drilling down into working with women professional women, and my true authenticity came out with that more so than I ever thought it would end its just made a huge huge difference in my business because it is real because it's offense. It's it's who I am. And even for me just gives me so much more power internally, the know that I am helping people the way that really makes me feel good to the point where I had said to me many times that this isn't a business for me. This is my life's work of. That's what really made a difference. No, I totally understand that. That's how I felt about my book, but more specifically, what we're talking about today, our founder and CEO Mike Brown. He is an African American man who's been in media finance, and the root of sentiment is about removing bias from algorithms which has a much greater impact on society. But lens that were focused on which is harkening advertising. But his passions removed by from algorithms through the use of Nora data wide-scale amyloid for society. So you know, being an organization that was founded on such a brand purpose than just to be dominion, but then just reimagining industry is certainly our for me. I couldn't agree with you more. Absolutely. Have a couple of questions likely finish. The first one is I am in unstoppable woman because I'm an unstoppable woman because I never take no for an answer. And my favorite thing to say is when I have my yacht one day, it will be named relentless.

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"watson company" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"watson company" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Pub in the shadow while mop up don't you flush played bad hanbo's see maim we know what he or she got the urgent baby doe lid up just allotted gun ladder spin pay like you don't win on the drachma shorty reg watson company shake baby asking for you know she got a manny i don't know watch mccain known and put the money going talk at least it should not be known as dot sla seen the video badging seeing me would paddle pop seized boxes suck feeding heating is to get no mention cheap she took will pitches his stitches thus you were not district douglas with stuck to stop the data alana public touching muscle bulk of plays madam leaked battle fox news mm yeah never because he two.

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"watson company" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Or of transformation that we're in and you know digital is not just digital experiences it's just really pushed us to really re imagine how business is done and storytelling you know in my view for for that reason needs to be a business competency and you don't instilling that type of approach inside of a brand um you know i i think that vital to bring you purpose the life and and making it be something that actually drive revenue no matter what type of business europe well i'm glad you said that 'cause i wanted to talk to you a bit about sentiment in and ai which um you call augmented intelligence really more than artificial because it's augmenting the human experience not replacing it so tough talk about how what makes sentiment what what is this difference in an how your uk deriving emotional intelligence a little bit differently to then integrated with the brand purpose to drive roy talk about that for a minute well i mean i i think again a on is this huge thing that we've found is very uh non accessible to the sea sweet you know in my work of being a futurist for ibm that was something that became very clear to me very quickly is that ibm has done a fantastic job of building this watson brand but you know it's such a huge idea that it's often very difficult for someone like myself who is a marketer or other people and see sweet to say oh that's how i can use it so what sentiment um has done there with watson company so they've taken the best um eight p is it so think of it as you know watson is a box of many many crayons and if you were to have ibm come to you and say what crayons do you want you would probably really not have that big the the right idea of what the crowns that would be correct where and when they left and you have these crayons and spent a tremendous amount of money for them he perhaps wouldn't know exactly how to use them so what sentiment does this pick the best of the applications and ap is that that watson has to.

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"watson company" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Apology an unusual brandon marketing consultancy as we'll learn today she's also chief strategy officer of sentiment an ibm watson company breaking new ground in emotional intelligence and author of we commerce sharing full disclosure brands apology in sentiment are strategic partners of ours a dream connections media are likely to meet my friend billy howard welcomed agreeing next radio billion thank you for joining us thank you had only gone i'm so excited to be here now you're welcome you're welcome me too so let's start at the beginning what his brand purpose exactly um brent purpose has really involved over the last i would say you're or so uh in earnest and what i mean by that is you know purpose is no longer being confused with 'cause you know full of philanthropy and sustainability and social responsibility those were boxes to check and we're often compartmentalize functioned inside of leading organizations they were often associated with a cause today brand purpose needs to set fit front and center of a business is strategy because any business that's trying to connect today uh in the experience economy in an economy that's being driven by empathy and inclusion really needs to convey a purpose that is aspirational and aims to contribute to the world uh more than just their lines so that's how we define brand purpose it's um really the through line that is driving the future in our opinion a business and brand so we said the purpose in society or is it the purpose that is sills in the end users likes well it's it's both i mean it there's multitude there's a multitude of purposes that brands who are purposeful and doing it right or accomplishing you know if you look at a brand like seven generation um you know i think they have the you know the hattrick of doing it right on on all three levels and what i mean by that is seven generation the name itself infers what they're grander purposes which is to leave the world a better place for the seven generations that follow us uh they also um you know create household products and their commitment to doing that in a way that um is good to the world and good to consume.

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"watson company" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I wouldn't have got that that's what i told you was art burgers i didn't know born in france i had no idea we we we were city i don't know what city but i saw it on on uh we had darker than it was it was out for an aggregate they might have i'm sure they probably do look it up they probably got one of their ceos another accident over a as locking yet there's no government up by the way we were talking about lonzo in the last segment happy birthday lonzo happy birthday dhillon go round and we'll get to dave roberts saying that he has no regrets about game too and we'll hear that just a second but key we had some fun yesterday about will of arc is the bar had said that that lonzo does it lose two games in a week while he was on yesterday no no no no he he said this to the media so i wanna let you listed as audio and i'm gonna ask you what it reminds you of what it sounds like lonzo was doing this time of the day but now if you're moves higher guess what his team picked him up my son who can hanley we can bring value that's what he sold is oh my man this is how it now now marines oil as chelsea since obama close every game as well as long as the ourselves your income with the has unattributed run yes yes so here's the other thing watson's conan her homeland watson company here whereas they be better beware because get lozowy moves in again not in the same week had it even you didn't even plan yet i know you want to listen to it as soon as he opened his mouth or as the us it very lewis clumsily stone dana other day.

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"watson company" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I wouldn't have got that yeah that's what i told you as hard as i didn't know one in france i had no idea we we we were city i don't know what city but i saw it on on uh we talk of stateless it without a fan after aggregate they might have i'm sure they probably do look it up they probably got one of their ceos another accident over as locking yet there's no government up by the way we were talking about lonzo in the last segment happy birthday lonzo happy birthday dhillon go round and we'll get to dave roberts saying that he has no regrets about game too and we'll hear that just a second but key we had some fun yesterday about will avar is the bar had said that that lonzo does it lose two games in a week while he was on yesterday no no no no he he said this to the media so i wanna let you listed as audio and i'm gonna ask you what it reminds you of what it sounds like lonzo was doing this time of the day but now if you're moves higher guess what his team picked him up my son who can hanley we can bring value that's what he sold is oh my man this is how it now now marines oilers chelsea since obama close every game them as well as long as the ourselves jordan incomes he has uninterrupted run yes yes so here's the other thing watson's in her homeland watson company here wednesday to be better beware because get lozowy moves and again not in the same week added even you didn't even plan yet i know you want to listen to a bit as soon as he opened his mouth or as the us it right lewis clumsily tony's dana other day.

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"watson company" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Right who's the boss in a you've got today's show that'll be the new bits it'll be who's the bullets that you now you you'll never be the boss eightyseven do that these observers six that is our telephone number so the lonzo ball revenge tour continues as the wizards yes shedid i said bullets earlier that we thought about the bulls before but wizards play in the lakers and apparently hobby gore tot sent a tweet saying to john wall quote we'll torture unquote lonzo ball torture days israelis it is that he is going to torture him and the lakers are low bit salty about day here's brand name the team has also ordered so that's a brandon ingram zeid intake there will voice it sounds like brandon ingram has one voice at least in interviews he is one voice sinn he's the maybe like sleepy doesn't always looked like he does he does have a sleepy gotta vowed to it by the way i got hobo about brother has a whole boy who hate sleeping lloyd he's we bestball play it adds a be she would woman so he refers to sleep before it as creepy eighty thousand whites a he'd be like if you talk about creepy as rows more people in color creepy fluid actually that that's that's i think that's why you look at like that a random than is lloyd story i look you took it to sleepy that robot creevy creep of loik anyway uh so yeah the laws of all reveres stewart use lavarra ball because he does a whole lot of talking he just says that the issued a loud those guide is you gotta do better the end baby lam's was donors during the other day but now if you're moves higher guesswork his team picked him up to the sound we can hanley we can bring you back desperately sold is like man this is good now now brings oil analyst chelsea 600 ogata close every nestled on on our toes jordan the has run yes yes so here's the other thing watson's corner when watson company here wednesday to be better beware lonzo wings and not in the same week.

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"watson company" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"watson company" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Plus the undisputed podcast i'm your host joy tailored on today's show can lonzo ball overcome live ours latest shot plus reaction to the brand name putting a big numbers that point guy and other three injuries have always being underrated get can do it let's give elaine is lonzo and lavarra controversy lonzo is nearly averaging a tripledouble through his first three games but there seems to be a target on its back thanks to his dad after the lakers less on sunday live are caught outlines as game and his next opponent them warriors sequeeze rome on just the game in game in general i like the fact that was down twenty and came back these are some of the things that they're gonna learn has been losing early in the beginning right here the second thing is i just don't muslims should rebounded more at the end of the game five minutes to go to a crash aboard on care i saw him stand on with reform on a few times he went and got a couple of but he could have got more rebounding these key at the end of again washington's coming in her homeland watson company here whereas they better beware because when i was a williams and again not in the same week that prompted marching good responds lavarra with this tweet man please john wall will torture him for forty eight minutes wants us teammate brandon ingram has asked staff the team saw the tweet and said yeah of course we did everyone as social media definitely side it competitor in lawns of course he didn't take it so well and with his teammates behind him we and take it so out as skipper whose side are you on court taught or though a sad to say i'm on tour tots i am sad to say because his most people know you will not find a bigger fan of lonzo ball than this guy sitting right here in this chairs at fair to say this.

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