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Miami-Based Florida Panthers hire Peterson, NHL's first Black assistant GM
"The florida panthers made little history. They've hired a guy named brett peterson. And they say that they believe anyway These the first black assistant general manager in nhl history. The gm of the is bill zito and he was quoted. Don an espn saying if it means that we're expanding opportunities for people in hockey than i am humbled but this was a hockey. Higher hockey is such a great game. We do need to make it accessible
"zito" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"At your perspective. Get things get things in order because I. Think there are a lot of other things that have gone on in the Senate that were a lot worse than that but this is giving them the excuse. To call her illegitimate even though the process works exactly the same every single time and too extreme too extreme. So. They're gonNA have to pack the court. We'll have more on that later this hour also Selena. Zito is with US Selena is the reporter that called the election last time. She got it right because she listens to the people and not to the rest of the press in she just got rid of her twitter account. So she's not listening to everybody else and she just anyway Selena is joining us to tell us what's happening on the ground in a very important state. Pennsylvania and we begin in sixty seconds. Glenn Beck Program. So, not really the year for vacations Twenty Twenty even though we've all really needed one. If you're a timeshare owner your annual destination probably went to waste, and it probably wasn't the first time that you weren't able to book your vacation where or when you wanted to go. So let's be honest with how uncertain everything is right now you think you're going to be able to use a next year. Coming you're still going to have to pay for it. Oh, and you get all of the upgrades that you have to pay for. That is so great. How about you pay for something, you can use because there is a way out it's called timeshare termination team. They're going to help you get out of your timeshare legally they're going to get canceled for you and you can take control of your life. Again fact they have one hundred percent success rate of getting people out of timeshares legally it's timeshare termination team get a hold of them today get. The process started don't keep putting it off and getting stuck with another year of timeshare that you won't use. You'll get twenty percents off when you terminate your timeshare. Make sure you tell them that I sent you at eight eight eight get you out. That's Eight, eight, eight, four, three, eight, eighty, six, eighty, eight, eight, eight, eight gets you out or you can go online at timeshare termination.
Canary's Royal origin story
"Just aim and make that the problem that needs solving what they tell us about how you re right because you actually had a pretty interesting off between. Okay. So we've talked about the thing I'm so sorry this is turned into your life by the way. I mean, look for those of you who are listening I mean you can probably guess that her brain and I. A friends and I'm friends also Hula and I'm friends with Shell like I. Love these guys and I just think the history is is really interesting which is why I'm bothering to draw it out in podcast, but you didn't just go straight from. Straight from post into into things, canary thinks had a previous incarnation. Really. Tell us about that. So. So it's actually interesting because leaving things I knew that we wanted I wanted to try to build a product company. and. My earlier hope was actually slightly more ambitious than that of multiple products ends vision of you just buildings and then split them off and they'll go become companies on their own. And one of the things you figure out as that everything you build actually takes a whole bunch of efforts to get it to market I. didn't know the product that we wanted to build yet. So lost left sense post roll already headed huggy up version of multi go and so he went it's today did on that and made it better and better and better and when I left I had like four or five ideas. One of them was a west of believe it or not. One of them was like, how can we detect badness on this thing? One of them were solving? Remote Password resets as lame as that sounds like the Susan unsolved from a short list of them. And my plan was to find customers could pay me to solve that problem for them with understanding that I could then resell that as a product and and so instead of raising money said I'd go to a customer and say, Hey, this is a big problem for you pay me the bullet for you and after I bullet for them might sell it to other people and so we we tried a few problems and then there's a division in the because one of the first customers that actually did stuff like this fall we built aversion Ibuka version of wikileaks for Ozier, Jazirah. I'm really surprised that you actually a named that because I was prepared to ask you a question about the work you did for I broadcast because this is not something you've really spoken about publicly before is it? No I haven't. Not for a huge secret, but but just because like like generally customer names adjust not what? You did a lot of work for Aljazeera for quite a bit. And I were interfacing with very senior people in that organization. So. So what happened was it started with a friend of mine who worked there said that they needed or they were interested in wikileaks prod program, and this was way early when Wiki leaks was the darling of journalism soap. So you took this is when wikileaks was cool. It wikileaks was cool and all the journalists wanted them and already aljazeera was saying they wanted own platform where people could leak stuff to them. So I spoke to them a little bit and we actually bought a really cool thing for them like like considering when it was. Tells you. It's age it was a Java applet that loads on the client machine. Would negatively tool and natively PGP. Of with the logic that the stuff you want to leak never leaves your machine without being encrypted with a key that's never shown on the Internet. So on your machine gets encrypted and by the time, it reaches the Sava it's natively toward. So the Selva doesn't know who sent it. You can just pull that stuff off the server end up PG peaks update later on and what year was this This was twenty, ten, late twenty ten. So. So it was super cool an and advantage for but. And while I was doing it the whole of Egypt solution habit and I was looking at the at. Aljazeera. Win when Egypt cell. And Up Ultra Zito got taken off the edge and at the time what what I figured out just by accident by being there was that datebook that security meant having a file and here was all that was covering a what was becoming a Adam Spring. But literally, they had zero reveal understanding of security of like everything you can think off flat network and also it's such an interesting business model right? Like like everybody hits the John Lewis but journalists literally have. Some journalists have all the interests of a full blown spies except they publish everything end. Actually vamping up in cotton wool isn't the solution because putting stuff out there is what they do. So, ended up speaking to the general a at the time and. I proposed a bunch of products that I said we could vote for them again with the view to these would be great products A. Outside. And we agreed on a contract where we could hold a bunch of things like how would you know you owned? If you were journalists how would you know that your devices will own stuff like? And the interesting thing is he said look you can do this as long as you come over here to Doha welcome at you. And a at the time it was just my wife and I we said Okay let's let's go do a Doha holiday and see how that works. It turned out to be super interesting. Of An and when I got there, I saw the breath of their problems. And they then went through management changes like a a new data general came in who turned out to be A. Royalty and he was more interested in locking stuff down and at that point I said to them hey, listen he does these projects that we're doing for you but I'll leave. And he said look, can you build also security team and so? Essentially, what I did at that point, and at that point things was just me. So, I had the ability to and I said okay. Hired their team that team up and and something? That's that's not spoken about in the Canadian origin story is after I bought that team and left them like at still periodically. Not so much consult for them as as like give advice to some of the executives like like the head of the new media division or the head of ED Technology Division. and would canetti pitched idea to them of dropping honeypots as as a way to get insight into the new. Satellite Networks and they didn't implement normally they they used to do everything I'd say, and they didn't over two visits and that's when we started to figure the hold on these people want to do it. They just not getting around to doing. And we need to make these. Yeah. The problem that needs solving is is making this thing so easy that people who want to will do it. End. Of the time see sewing them was super interesting because it gives you an interesting view again into the. House coming off ten years of. Ridiculously convoluted hack sense post right because in the position I ended up in like just get involved when it will cool hack. So cool customers and so you end up with these really cool technical problems. And now you walk in an actually your problem is solving. You'll analysts it. Yeah. Journalists in Morocco sharing.
"zito" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The gold. Chris a Nick Zito and we'll talk about the Cornell Chia Condron and Brophy as well after this here it is. They're all in line off the Kentucky. Derby and lost mountain was squeezed. A bit at the start on the extreme outside best foul shows early speed but seek Jordan. The inside quickly takes command forty something right up there and corporate report on the outside fly so free his fourth along the inside and Hansel between ors is is fifth at this point. Fashion stands for the first time of the battle. The Front F SICA. Data's expected on the inside lead by ahead. Forty something his second in corporate would port on the outside is right there. Third fly so free. Tuck in at. The rail is Racing Ford at Alley. David is fifth at this point then. Hansel on the outside sixty six lengths off the leader. Then it's lost mountain. If the rail saving ground in seven visit how will he is way between horses? Eight and another review is on the move nights on the outside then comes main minister intent. Its legs farther back. Happy Jazz Band is eleven strike. The gold is twelve tunnel on the outside is thirteen gap applied for all risk wilder than ever and green alligator sixty and last back in the fact that the filing forty six to fifty seconds. It's not exceedingly fast. Chris McCarron has slowed down the pace on the front end of these still legion with seek death. Forty something along John. Part of the field up during second no corporate reports with a big pool on the outside Hansel in Gear Mane Minister is also charging up in the middle of the racetrack three vices times fifth along the best out and strike the gold begins to roll on the outside their tightly as they move to the top of the stretch. Seek it at the insights needs by head fly so free now moves quickly between oldest closing scout in the middle of the race. Minister is right there on the outside with taking along the inside best in the second spot may minister is third. Seventy or away from the radio wire second. What's best between the live shot? Minister Greene alligator was in the photo for the show spot and the time on the board of slow Derby two minutes and three seconds but strike the gold roses. This afternoon was a two year old. There you go nick. Yeah that was tremendous was great. That was great and you mentioned the owners that was credit situation at three partners and Just.
"zito" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio
"Go fuck yourself and I actually have to address my barb eater so I need a new tire and that really well. Maybe I don't think I need a new to me. Say this is full spectrum. Cycling show number fifty three. I am fifty three right shutting last week. We're year old or sneaking up on how old I am already. Oh freaky you're gonNA have Zito on the show. Last week was mine and I didn't even put together that I had like fifty four to seven. We'RE GONNA call Zito at six thirty but it's passed that and that was only because Birdie was still on. I Miss Jeopardy because of this and then they get here and even ready. Well you had to change a tire but or to buy should say boy. His bacter- needs changing too. So he'll be back. That's what we do here at The old everyday cycle shop Help folks out when we can notwithstanding that nobody can come into the store at this particular time. You can leave your bike outside. You can lock it up and push your through this out just like everybody does. When they're getting their car work done indeed. I mean you go to the dealer you. If they're not open you throw it in the envelope and you push it through the slot and you say. Call me when you're ready kind of how it works now. If you want to buy a bike you can do that online. Can even deliver to your house without ever stepping foot in the shop because guess what Kent Steff Win. The shop been reading a lot of shops around the country this week in what they're doing and this is just kind of the way it is for now creative ways of addressing the situation at this point which. I mean hats off to the world Accident in situations probably not GonNa last forever. But it's GonNa last in Wisconsin at least for another thirty days minimum or no everything will be fine by eastern guy across the table over there by the way I believe. We're a a a a social distance away from. I'm six feet away from you mouth. Oh Yeah Yeah. He's standing. He's stanway back by the Wyatt..
How a 'Flipped Palate' Affects a Racing Horse
"Nick Zito sent out Kentucky. Derby runner-up is box in the Belmont stakes. After having won the Florida Derby icebox went off as the three to one favorite in the test of the champion. But he finished ninth after the race. Zito said that icebox had flipped his Palette which caused his dull finish. So what does that mean. Take the tip of your tongue and tickle the back of your mouth make sure due to keep that soft tissue back. They're soft don't stiff in your throat. Okay that soft tissue. You're feeling with your tongue. Is Your soft oft pallet with race. Horses that soft palate can flip up and sit. On top of the EPA Gladys the EPA gladys is the little flap of skin skin in the back of your throat. That makes sure you don't swallow food down your windpipe or breathe into your stomach instead of your lungs. So when the soft palate sits it's on that EPA gladys the airway is partially obstructed. And the Horse isn't getting all the fuel it needs now. Typically the cure for a flipped pallet. Hallett is a minor surgical procedure to lift the Palette. So it doesn't flip up. It sounds relatively simple and in theory the horse should return to form thereafter rafter. But in the case of icebox after that throat surgery he finished off the board in the Haskell travers and the Monmouth Cup in fact icebox never won another race and finished in the top three in one allowance race over the next year and a half his final start. Art was an eleventh in the two thousand Eleven Breeders Cup classic. So here's the question. Is there a little more to it when a horse flips. It's pallet. It seems that that some researchers at Cornell University have been investigating that very question and one of those investigators. Dr Norm Ducharme joins us here on the gate with some surprising results. It's alternate and one of those investigators. Dr Jonathan Chatham joins us here on the gate with some surprising results. Alternate Ed and one of those investigators. Dr Martin Bucer. Coney joins US here on the gate with some surprising results. Your colleagues and you have spent a great deal of time researching researching what causes the soft palate to be displaced. What have you found so we found that in the earlier about historically shortly? We used to think that I was always the pallets fault that something was wrong with the pallid itself and that's led to a lot of treatment targeting the pallet but we found that it's the position of the larynx voice box that stabilizes the upper airway horses that exercise. This is and this is Pacific to race horses or horses that do more than just trotting any horse. Galloping race of the our study was focus on them as horses and we found that one specific muscle and they could be others as well. Just one that there's more studies on fatigues a few seconds before the Horse Displaces Palate is upper airway become loose quote unquote. And then the polit spices. The Racehorse In the second career often can become a sport horse and being the same greed so but if you relate into other functions that complained and many of the sport anymore says on a horse that this thing is talent is the normal noise. He's so the displacement of palate causes an obstruction to the airflow but unless the horse needs maximum airflow flow capacity the obstruction does not interfere or is unlikely to interfere with the performance of the Horse. But the horse the second thing that a pal how displacement does in the vast majority of horses as it creates an abnormal up arrest story noise often referred to as snoring or gurgling really. It's the same structure that people that snore vibration of the palate and horses is that displays the Palette of vibration of Palate as well and have normal noise affects the perception of judge. This writer in in the sports world. Can you please explain what the common surgical procedure is. How does the Pallet get lifted up? It's the airflow during excellence. And that lifts the Palette and causing obstruction during excavation and that's opposed to most other obstruction in the worst is anyway which happens during installation so during acceleration wants to the boys boxes below the Palette. The Palette is like Cassandra or spinnaker in an airflow get caught and the airflow and and lifts it up and vibrates just like you and I. We were snoring. The that's probably the proper metaphor accepting happens while racing or galloping horses now if the issue is muscle fatigue in the soft palate is that indicative negative of General Muscle Fatigue in the Horse in other words is the horse just destined not to run that fast no there. It's and then muscle fatigue in the muscles that controlled the position of voice box. We don't know that the soft palate actually fatigues south excellent. Maybe a an innocent bystander in that area were too soft pilots natural strength and fatigue May may not be able to prevent displacement. When it's an in nonsense illogical position meaning it sticking stuck on the air flow in the middle of the airflow but to come back to the fatigue? So so we've and this paper here that we're referring discovering muscles. Fatigue is is the likely cause of displacement and most forces right forces that is but they sit in their first. I'll answer question to through faith. The first question is is the muscle the horse just fatigue and this is just one of many muscles that are fatigue and and the answer is it's no. This seems to be specific to the muscle that controls the upper airways not the entire worse. There's different type above muscle their arrest story muscle which are meant to function all the time. And there's muscle us When the horses are galloping the skeletal muscle and the training of horses is focused on training them to be able to compete athletically? Let it quickly really focusing on their cardiovascular fitness as well as their skeletal muscle fitness. But we're not sure that the upper for airway current training at that are optimized for the upper airways voices and they might not be optimized optimizing for this group of forces that are predisposed to it because they have the wrong muscle fiber
'Why Is There Nothing Left?' Pension Funds Failing At Catholic Hospitals
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Almond Board of California. Did you know almond farmers and processors are dedicated to continuous improvement like putting everything an almond tree grows to good use more about their zero waste goal at almondsustainability dot org in upstate. New York hundreds of former complexities of a Catholic hospital have lost their pensions after their pension fund collapsed now. Their situation illustrates a problem. That is pretty widespread. Many many religious organizations are not covered by federal program that protects most other employees pensions. NPR's Chris Arnold brought us this report the people who worked at Saint Clair as hospital in Schenectady New York say it was like being part of a big family for some especially. My Dad worked there as a pharmacist when when I was a young kid and I you know I remember I was always there. It seemed like always part of that community of people care and Bradley followed her dad's lead and worked at the hospital for twenty four years and she's a nurse. She's fifty six now. Bradley says the pay wasn't great at Saint Clair's but it was a good hospital. I enjoyed what they did there and believed in the promises that were made about the pension but the hospital which was founded by the Catholic Church ran into financial problems command in two thousand and eight it was folded into a larger hospital system workers were told though at that time that the pension would still be there for them but then a year ago they got letters in the mail. Bradley was told essentially her twenty four years at the hospital didn't matter her pageant was gone. She stands to get nothing. Why is there nothing laughed who screwed up you know who did what to. Who and how come this happen Jr and who's accountable the AARP foundation is asking the same questions. It's it suing the Catholic diocese of Albany on behalf of the workers. The lawsuit says more than six hundred people lost their entire pensions. Bradley says her husband has been has some retirement savings but the couple's not sure that it's going to be enough. We have a daughter who has special needs so we have to worry about her future to now now most people in the US do not have pensions but those that do the vast majority are protected by government insurance program employers with tensions have to pay into it but religious religious organizations such as Catholic hospitals they can opt out and both avoid that expense and the cost of complying with other federal pageant rules. That's what the people managing managing. St Clair's hospital dead so there is no guarantee and many workers really are left with nothing dare. Smith is an attorney with the Aarp Foundation Russian. It's incredibly devastating I mean these folks were relying on this money for their retirement and they were promised over and over there about one million people people with pensions from religious organizations that have no federal backstop. That's an estimate from lawyers in a related case. That's not to say that all those pension plans are in trouble but some are and there is a growing number of lawsuits. The Saint Clair's case argues that even though the hospital had an exemption from the federal rules. It's still violated violated state law by failing to provide the pensions that were promised so dare. Smith says religious groups can't just abandon their workers. This is really a new wave colosseum. It's finding a way to make sure that they can be held accountable sixty nine year old Mary Hart Sean is also affected. She worked in radiology at the hospital and she's he's actually had to sell her house because of this pension debacle and it's still pretty hard for her to talk about it. Now House was going to be the place I retired retired who was just a little house but it sat on a little lake and it was so pretty peaceful and it just wasn't it wasn't gonNA work out. I knew knew it was in an I'm okay. I'm GonNa you know you get through it but it does take its toll on your heart and soul and to actually harsher and says she's better off than most. She's in a smaller class of older workers who were offered seventy percent of their pensions going forward but she says she couldn't trust that the money he would be there so she took a lump sum payout instead which she says wasn't very much money for its part the diocese declined and interview due to the litigation but said in a statement that it knows that people are suffering but that the diocese quote never managed the Saint Clair's pageant find Saint Clair's as a separate corporation and quote Victoria Esposito is a local legal-aid attorney working with the AARP on the case. She says it's not true that the Diaz has no responsibility. This hospital was run by the Catholic Church more specifically diocese of Albany and the diocese of Albany is responsible for making these people whole and paying their pensions like many diocese icees. Albany is facing costs related to the church sex abuse scandal but the lawyers for the workers say the diocese is not bankrupt. There's money there so esposito. Zito hopes the lawsuit can succeed so the people who worked at Saint Clair's hospital can get their pants back Chris Arnold N._p._R. News.
"zito" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"It's only a game until you bet it at GSI. He's Barry Zito former baseball pitcher three-time all-star cy young won the world series in two thousand twelve and has a new book called curb or how I discovered true fulfillment after chasing acing fortune and fame available online and wherever books are sold and Berry joins us here in the New York City Man Cave. Did you realize that it's been about fifteen years since we last cross paths. I didn't Sam believe it spring training two thousand four with fifteen years ago that's scary yeah and I was doing a bullpen session. I was with with Rob Dibble and then you guys. I think you said let's get the radar gun. Let's see what you can top out at and I went. I rather that I you know it was just like man. I think he was throwing pretty pretty hard there. Instead of okay here's the jugs gun and I think I topped out at seventy one. Oh Yeah I was hoping you wouldn't throw it on me happy about about that now. Did I throw harder than Jamie. Moyer did Jamie that guy's a Nigga. He was getting guys out with like seventy nine mile an hour fastball. What does that happen? It's it's the mental witchery something but when you throw a pitch like how many times did you throw a pitch and go oh boy this is bad. Oh yeah like you know well. You know as a pitcher people don't know this but the way that the ball field off your fingertips a lot of times you can tell at that point. Let's see if it's going to be a good pitcher not even location wise I mean when Matt timing hits up so you know sometimes that change would come out of my hand and I only know and of course it would be a double in the gap or home run or or Homerun well they do you remember one sound Greg. Maddux would always tell me a homegrown was like cars crashing like there was just this sound and it's it's unmistakable like like. Did you ever have one of those moments where it just stood out where you went. Oh my God. Where's IT GONNA land? you know it's funny a lot of guys when they gave up a homer. They stared down the hitter. You're right because they know the second they see the pitcher yeah. But why are you staring down the hitter yeah like Oh you it's not he's. He did what he's supposed to do. That's he's been working. His whole life have to do that. Yeah no I I would always turn around and just hope and pray that it wouldn't go over even though I knew it was going to be thirty rows deep so I was the guy that turned around and Oh no the man who hit the longest home run off you. Don't you like here. You've done all these here. We go. Nobody cares about what you did right. We want to know what you saw. All this is fun okay. This is going to be totally out of the archives. Corey Kaczynski in the Metrodome for those you have been in the Metrodome and Minnesota the Oldfield this this thing was in the top deck literally in Right Center so the third deck in the Metrodome was nobody ever sat up there and they had these big tarps yeah but he hit one in the third deck enright center. It wasn't down the line in the third deck. Corey Kaczynski hit a bomb. Oh my then my ego crushed corey cost game yeah. That's all right. Let me let me go. We were talking about you. Okay first of all if you're listening on the radio and you don't know what Barry Zito looks like your you're you're handsome guy. You're like A. WB actor like you'd be on the WB somewhere that is the highest compliment okay and then you decide to play guitar like not really unfair to the rest of us. It's ball hogging is right. That's good you know I'll. I'll tell you why started playing guitar. I mean I knew I was going to be on these bus trips nightmare. I saw bull Durham like every other kid growing up and so the second I signed with the Oakland athletics out of college. I started playing guitar because I knew I was gonna be going nuts on these road trips. That's literally the only reason I did it and did you take after anybody. Did you model your guitar playing after I think a lot of kids in that generation were dave matthews influenced you met Dave. I have met Dave a few times yeah you know. He has no idea who you are what you did right now. You know what we had this guy that used to run a private jet company that I knew he he knew Dave and he introduced us. You know it's funny. My wife was with me and she walks by Dave and Dave makes a comment about her and I'm like Hey I'm over here buddy and he looks at her and gives her the up and down and I'm like okay whatever we can get in right you could have taken him. Yeah could've Guetta but Dave Matthews has no sports knowledge whatsoever. I don't think so no no no I've been around him. I was with Darius Rucker yeah and he said hey just so you know. Dave is not going to know anything about you. I'm thinking are you kidding me. Of course he knows you'll make back stage and I go. Hey embarrassed goes. Hey Dan Patrick and Dave Matthews spent about three seconds. Maybe and went oh I used to then he goes right to Darius and I go. I'll be damned. He has has no idea who I am. Fast forward to. I did a sandler movie with him and I told him about that and he goes and and I go well you like. I thought thank you know sports. He goes no my drummer. Does Oh Carter Fan Button. Dave had no idea whatsoever and that funny yeah a lot of these creatives man their the time in their own little laboratory you know doing their thing was bull. How accurate was bull? Oh that was the most accurate baseball movie that there is that there ever was. What's your favorite story from the minor leagues that you can tell my favorite story was Gosh first time ever signed you? You know I basically my first couple of days in professional baseball I drive up to California for my home in L. A. A couple of hours north and the the catcher takes me out to the El Presidente invi Celia was the hottest barn town proceeds to shove the chiefs Akilah in existence down my throat and and I show up to the field the next day literally almost falling down in the outfield because I just my body had no water in it whatsoever and so I asked my coach who was Kurt hurt young at the time Kurt you think I can go down to the ER get a couple of bags of saline. 'cause I need some hydration and that was Louis my third day in pro ball so I didn't come out with a great reputation. Get in trouble. I mean I was a first rounder. Some maybe a little more slack than the other guys but that was the last time I ever did that. you know oh I I do the story the portrayal which part of it well they don't mention the pitching staff yeah like you guys are an afterthought in moneyball in the movie like all it is is about your these hitters who take a lot of pitches like it's it's the Scott Hattiesburg store. I know yeah it's it may not be super accurate to what happened I mean we also had an MVP that year Miguel Tejada and they didn't mention in that either the moneyball it sounds in theory like oh wow that's that's need but in reality you had a great hitter and you had a great staff. You had a Greek closer. You can have money ball if you have those things in place right. Yes no baseball team is going to perform well without great pitching. We know we know that that certainly in the playoffs and you know the original script to that film was actually more of the story that was true to form but they thought it was not gonNA sell well in the theaters theaters so the whole thing got canned started over and they found a new writer new director and everything so memo me Moulder nutty were actually GonNa have cameos in the first version of that movie and then you guys didn't get anything that we never got all after that scrimps Is it going to be a sequel moneyball. What would the hell when the sequel in moneyball that'd be interesting man my mind's racing everywhere right now you know it's funny the Jami store that could be great? Oh boy that could could be good he was he was now. I I love Jason. I thought he was always entertaining and Wacky wacky. Jason had an uncanny ability to show up to the field with with a couple of big MACs and fries and then go like three for four with two bombs but did you. Did you ever see the gold song did you ever I did see the phone. John had incredible Tan as well and and oddly no tan lines with the phone. So did you ever wear that Thong I never did had no. I was a young buck. Jason Barely ever talked to me. Oh yeah he was a huge leader in the clubhouse but he was not like the Ron guy he kind of lead by example and he would let you know when on your outline but Jason Actually kept himself quite a bit he was pretty good. I remember the homerun Derby Milwaukee Polian I we we were with Jami the night before and he got plastered any Jason Yeah go figure out and he was in a full sweat prior to homerun derby like was well. He was drinking ginger Ale and he goes. I don't know if I go out there and he goes well. Maybe I'll just go out there and then I'll just you know bail out the first round and then he set the record in the first round of the Homerun Derby and it was it was one of the more incredible performances but I couldn't tell anybody that he was hammered. He was still drunk. I think during Homerun Derby that's so wonderful now listen there is somethin' to performance and when you're a little when you're not totally crisp and your little tired I have heard some stories about some great performances in the history of the major leagues where the guys actually were outmost the night before and they came back into these historic things that we've all heard of David Wells did that yes David Wells was one. Did you ever do that did not work for me. Really I may have tried that once in the minor leagues it didn't work so I was probably too rested on my star. Today's the new book is called curb how I discovered shoop fullfilment after chasing fortune.
Rick Nash, Bill Zito And Senior Vice President discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"News the blue jackets have brought on former captain rick nash as a special assistant general manager yard line and the team has also promoted assistant general manager bill zito to senior vice president of hockey operations as well as associate
"zito" Discussed on Examining Politics
"Sirius XM's Podesta's together with the Washington Examiner presents mainstreet meets the beltway everyone's life has a story, and I believe that every story should have the ability to be told assure that brings the stories of everyday Americans to Washington DC. I have put in total in the past twelve years, three hundred thousand miles on my fourteen year old Jeep liberty people have the most amazing wives. Now from point park university in Pittsburgh, here's your host, Selena Zito. Hey, guys, welcome back to main street, meets the beltway on Sirius XM potus. I'm Selena, Zito reporter and columnist for the Washington Examiner. So coming up on today's show, I'm gonna have to really great guests. John persinger. He's the CEO of the Erie downtown Development Corporation in Erie, Pennsylvania, and also Jamie Rowe. He's the owner of grand river strategies and he works on Republican campaigns in Michigan. It's going to give us an update on what's going on in that swing state. But I, I have a little treat for you when I was in Erie last week ahead of his rally. I interviewed President Trump, oh, about twenty twenty five minutes before they rally began. It was done at Erie insurance arena, which is a hockey arena in downtown eerie. The event was I think the first person in line got there at like ten thirty in the morning, and it didn't start till. Seven at night. It was a very highly energized, happy crowd inside and outside. And I asked him a series of questions. You can see the full story at the Washington Examiner, Washington Examiner dot dot com. But a play you a couple of clips from some of the questions that I asked them beginning with his thoughts about dick Blumenthal, the US Senator from Connecticut, the greatest. He's not running. Of course, he could never do that, but. The greatest is Don named dick, right? You remember, I just can't believe it's because of the me too. They've taken so much of it all, but he apologized like Jimmy Swaggart crying bawling because he conned the public when he was attorney general of Connecticut for fifteen years. Talking about as I as I went to darning bullets left and right my friends going down meaning being killed bullets, flying right by my face and over my shoulder. I thought he was a warrior of ears. You know, he's in Connecticut. Here is to, I say, he's a great war here. The guy was never in Vietnam. He was in the reserves Limonta Blumenthal and dick, we come down because it was done in province. He said he when I was in Don Nang province going up the hill. My buddies falling left, and right guy was never. And if you remember, he dropped sort of dropped out of the reason that he won because he's a Democrats impossible not to win right in Connecticut. By the way, that's why Connecticut is in the bad shape that they're in because guys like him. And then he looks at this incredible number one student at Yale, and he says, we want transparency from you. We want honesty from you. I'm saying, this is done and dick. This is a man. You know, it's one thing. Some guys say, hey, they win the service. This guy was a, this guy was like, we should look at him for the congressional medal of honor. Okay. He's a total fraud and he's looking at Blumenthal is looking at, you know, at this incredible outstanding Brett cavenaugh with one of the who's been a judge for at the highest level and the most respected person, what they did to him is incredible. The next step I asked the president, you know any other Republican nominee or former Republican president like George H W Bush or George W Bush or Mitt Romney or or John McCain it had. They made it to the presidency would have nominated Brett Cavanaugh, but a lot of people wonder if any other Republican president would have actually seen it all the way through and got him confirmed. So a supporter here today said to me, probably any Republican would have chosen cavenaugh, but no one would have had his back and got him confirmed. I thought he was treated very unfairly. This is a person that actually when I chose him, I said, this will be very easy. He's leading exemplary life. I mean, he's never had the problem is life from being number one at Yale and never wanted Yale Law School at number one in. School and everywhere..
"zito" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"zito" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Selena zito's book is titled the great revolt and there isn't a book like it's not a pro trump book i mean per se selena zito has become the journalistic expert on who trump voters are and why she has spent days weeks months in all of these neighborhoods and all these blue states in the areas of these states that elected trump in a shock voters that normally would have voted for hillary and did vote for obama she's identified them categorize them into several different kinds of voters and explains why they will in the she interviews them it's it's them you hear the actual people who voted for trump and why a why they're going to continue to do so this'll be the best book that drive by media could read to find out what they're up against they won't do it you know when salena zito was interviewed she sent me a note i'm going to be on she sent me a note expressing her frustration that her coworkers at various networks aren't interested in what she saying that they're not interested in really reading the book i wrote her back i said well welcome to the club sleep they don't care what you think they don't care what you found out they're only going to try to expose your work as irrelevant or incompetent they don't really care like i learned when it was first started being interviewed by media they didn't care what i thought they weren't genuinely curious about who i was they saw me as a nemesis and she is seen in the same way she really thought that she was going to help open some eyes of media people who are confused about why trump won and they could they could they they had had a lot of questions answered and they would help themselves in learning what they're up against but they will steadfastly refused to read the book it would be that helpful to maybe it's a good thing or not but it is that thorough it's called the great revolt by so we know zito the cell phones that we carry around with us they're actually not phones there.
"zito" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So wait a zito's book is titled the great revolt and there isn't a book like it it's not a pro trump book i mean per se selena zito has become the journalistic expert on who trump voters are and why she has spent days weeks months in all of these neighborhoods and all these blue states in the areas of these states that elected trump in a shock voters that normally would have voted for hillary and did vote for obama she's identified them categorize them into several different kinds of voters and explains why they will in she interviews them it's it's them you you hear the actual people who voted for trump and why why they're going to continue to do so this will be the best book that drive by media could read to find out what they're up against they won't do it you know when salena zito has interviewed she sent me a note i'm going to be on she sent me a note expressing her frustration that her workers at various networks aren't interested in what she saying that they're not interested in really reading the book i wrote her back i said well welcome to the club sleep they don't care what you think they don't care what you found out they're only going to try to expose your work as irrelevant incompetent they don't really care like i learned i started being interviewed by media they didn't care what i thought they weren't genuinely curious about who i was they saw me as a nemesis and she is seen in the same way she really thought that she was going to help open semis of media people who are confused about why trump won and they could they could they have a lot of questions answered and they would help themselves in in learning what they're up against but they will steadfastly refuse to read the book it would be that helpful to maybe it's a good thing or not but it is that thorough it's called the great revolt by selena zito you know the.
"zito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Selena zito book is titled the great revolt and there isn't a book like it it's not a protrump book per se selena zito has become the journalistic expert on who trump voters are and why she has spent days weeks months in all of these neighborhoods and all these blue states in the areas of these states that elected trump in a shock voters that normally would have voted for hillary and did vote for obama she's identified them categorize them to several different kinds of voters and explains why they will in she interviews them it's it's them you you hear the actual people who voted for trump and why a why they're going to continue to do so this'll be the best book that drive by media could read to find out what they're up against they won't do it you know when salena zito has interviewed she sent me a note i'm going to be on she sent me a note expressing her frustration that her coworkers at various networks aren't interested in what she saying that they're not interested in really reading the book i wrote her back i said well welcome to the club sleep they don't care what you think they don't care what you found out they're only going to try to expose your work as irrelevant or incompetent they don't really care like i learned what it was i started being interviewed by media they didn't care what i thought they weren't genuinely curious about who i was they saw me as nemesis and she is seen in the same way she really thought that she was going to help open some eyes of media people who are confused about why trump won and they could they can they they'd have a lot of questions answered and they would help themselves in in learning what they're up against but they will steadfastly refuse to read the book it would be that helpful to maybe it's a good thing or not but it is that thorough it's called the great revolt by selena zito you know the.
"zito" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Doesn't he just gets them ready to go only he's like those salts that that if l players have this melon salt smelling salts he has on on the regular just ready to rock then you old zito who's a utility ban who setting up things and also adding but we just the the things we should have blocked is a big job for something else i'm editing fulltime over figure it out because i remember when they called and they were like yeah can you do things you you should have blog without vitamins we were like it was kind of a vitamin show the purpose of the show really yeah maybe we moved to denver to the show from jeopardy without the questions how about things we we shouldn't ball this show and that's it things that aren't real no just home it isn't real just tell the tell the companies that it isn't real all you gotta do just tell them there's plenty we vitamin friendly companies you have not to mention it's show business go when barstool heartland is you'd name of your company and like a potential conservative companies wanna get involved with barstool but the new york office is really their thing there's another landing spot in the seems to be the one that's in the middle of the country in the people that i think our own those companies i don't think there for the gone i don't think so easy salad that you guys.
"zito" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
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"zito" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
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"zito" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
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"zito" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
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"zito" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"zito" Discussed on Examining Politics
"Welcome to examining politics every week we bring you main street meets the beltway with selena zito a partnership with sirius xm radio now here's selena sirius xm's podesta's together with the washington examiner presents mainstreet meets the beltway everyone's life has a story and i believe that every story should have the ability to be told assure that brings the stories of everyday americans to washington dc i have put in total in the past twelve years three hundred thousand miles on my fourteen year old jeep liberty people have the most amazing wives now from point park university in pittsburgh here's your host selena zito hey guys welcome back to mainstream meets melt way i'm selena zito reporter and columnist for the washington examiner you can tweet me anytime during the show selena zito sa l e n a z i t o with me now is the chief of education and visitor services at apple matic's courthouse in appa matic's virginia is at the town proper there or is it called appa matic's courthouse virginia visit today the modern town of app matic's is just called up matic but in the eighteen hundreds it was pretty common in virginia especially southern central virginia that the little towns that contain the courthouse the county seat they were called the towns were recalled courthouses so the village where this render occurred is apple matic's courthouse and that's the name of the national park unit now but three miles down the road is the modern town of apple matic's they dropped the courthouse after the civil war just just apple matic's now.
"zito" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
"These guys to to talk more yeah and and develop more of like bringing who they actually are into the microphone and so the big thing is digs nick and even i mean zito jordan and todd even everybody me as well nobody was used to being on microphone on regular guesses right there's a steep learning curve because our first show he had a couple of hundred thousand downloads and this is your first time on a mike nick and digs it's like okay so there's no learning curve here there's no like you get twenty of your friends that listen to the first couple of episodes then like fifty of your friends whenever you're on like episode six or seven maybe by episode fifteen might have like a couple of hundred people downloading it's going well having a couple hundred thousand people here the first time you're on a microphone is very interesting place to be that's a very very interesting sure was learn quickly though and i think that's why like especially todd you drive ship and credible fashion and i think you guys have a good show i think it's a really good show i enjoyed and i've been very proud watching everybody get very comfortable in a microphone because it's something that's had to happen quickly very very quickly and all this all this like as of late in the past few months all this mike time of watching and you did it more than anybody else and we got the watch you a lot but to be in there and like it's awesome because i for this this couple hours we need you to be a sniper come in your patch show pick a funny spot nil it wait for the next one but then.