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"zone manager" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Your way around. What did you do one hundred percents. I was looking for a running routes. Before i even left for tokyo when you go on vacation. It's the first thing you do right now. Where are you going to run. So so the first the first one i did was four miles it was it was gloriously. Painful but also. There's this great. I don't think i've ever taken sixteen days off of either running or biking or doing something like even when i'm injured i always do something and so the cardio focus and so that was really good but also like all my little injuries that i had going into the trip. We're going oh look at that. Yeah so so definitely a testament to resting herniated disc. Before i got here in my back and it was causing all sorts of running problems and i had about my hands up and discuss in frustration and then by the time i got was completely gone so that was great but i was really fortunate to the apartment that they put us in was just about a kilometer from the imperial palace and imperial palace. Loop is sort of like. It's sort of like the central park loop of of tokyo. It's not as big and nothing is central park. But it's a it's either five care seven k. Depending on where you turn of a loop around the imperial guards in the imperial palace the emperor lives runners everywhere and it's it's relatively flat wide and iran. They're pretty much every day and other owners out there running out there. That was easy to get to my apartment and shaded and safe and and and just a traffic free route in the middle of the city. So what did pre opening ceremonies work. Look like how are you spending your days and actually can you tell me you've said a few times you've said we a few times. We were put on a bus to the hotel. We were then taken wherever i who is we. And what sort of team did you have. So press operations for tokyo was huge team. Every venue had its own operations team. There were forty three venues. Most of them are they varied in size based on how many media they expected that each and you know how big the sport was but so in most of us were were foreign. We're not not based in japan. So that's the big. We is the whole press operations team. My hotel when i was there the quarantine or and how it was eleven floors people on the team who are in quarantine and we're all on. What's f- thread and all talking to each other. So we got a really great community of people who do this stuff all over the world from around the world and then the we at olympic stadium was our team and we had a venue manager who is amazing and then we had four deputies two of us foreign so myself and a woman from from london. Who is brazilian. And then we had two japanese deputies who had been there the entire time and then we had to mick zone managers whose entire job it was to manage mic zone and then a photo manager and deputy photo so we had a pretty robust team and olympic stadium. Because we were the largest venue and we did. We did. Have the biggest capacity for media. That's so cool..
"zone manager" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"Information and again. Thank you people for listening. Here's brian berry talking about a lot of stuff. Some good new england stories with john junkyard dog dowd and really love. This one really enjoyed it. Thanks for listening and now as promised on the fly. Racing racer x podcast. An old friend of mine from the mechanic days. Love to check in with them and see how he's doing brian. Berry what's up muffin. How are you man man. I am doing well. How about you going. Well yeah. everything's good man. I'm still going to these dumb dirt bike races though. Yeah man. I envy you as far as that goes. Believe me i start down here in the state of florida just watching rain right now. You still follow the racist. Used to watch him. Yeah certainly i. I watched them. Usually our life is pretty busy right now with softball on all these other things. So he watching like the next day or try to stay off all instagram facebook. Your text messages anything. I don't even look at my fantasy race. i do. I do obama actually. I don't even look at that the watching the races. nice nice. Well thanks for playing pop. Mix fantasy yeah thanks man. I'm terrible at it. So am i having the worst year. Since i started the game since we started the game i think i was I've been in the top one thousand pretty much every single year. And this year muffin. It is just gone terrible. Well i will tell you what i the problem i have is. I still wanna pick my guys that. At least known i know their names a little bit and the points are when you get these guys like bob mcgillicuddy who just goes out and races one race and kicks complete. But he's like a twenty five handicappers and is there. Certain guys like i dunno. Alex rags is beyond my point younger than or whatever but that guy. I pick him. I'm like so excited that you do good. And then he'll be up there for like half the rain tonight. Pop cornerside come back and he's down on points. There's a warning. We put a warning in there for era too. So you know you got your warning. Well i'll be honest with you. I had fuel nicoletti. Was you know. I i like simple yano i just. I met his at many years ago. And i gotta keep going back to my heart. You know. I'm like i'm gonna. I'm gonna take fill and then you know doesn't toronto and sometimes he'll lead a you're like oh my god good here now trust me. It's pretty frustrating for sure. What what are you doing for these days. What's going on. Well i work as a zone manager for ford motor. Which means i just sit in a spare bedroom sarah computer screens all day and call dealers in what's called the select dealer.
"zone manager" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"We've sent you a couple of songs that we hope you like one of our favorites tracy boys fight the world. And this is that correct says Both says he'd like to shout out. To the dropkick murphys who we play on the show been a huge influence on this band over the years while we look up to them and pioneers in the celtic punk world would like to remind everyone when it comes to the tk show. They're following in lexington fields footsteps. This is tracey boys fight. The world interplay plays in mark fine sand and the fact that they are from san diego will will change the order on the questions. I was going to ask you. And i'll start with san diego and i will start with this fernando tatis junior the other day i think it may have been in houston when he hit that home. Run down the left field line. Yes was at houston where they played mark. That's correct and he stood there and he stood there and he just kept standing there and when it was a home run he very theatrically flipped the bat and went through an entire broadway show tune moment and ran around the bases pretty much backwards to call attention to himself. I know he's a great player. I also know fifteen years ago the next time he got up or maybe the team wouldn't wait for him. They just hit the next guy. On san diego and the combination of taty send. Machado would be enough to drive a lot of people nuts. Is this a real concern as great as he is does he go over the line and do you ever expect to see somebody drill him or drill. Somebody else i mean. I think there's a chance that he'll get drilled at some point for some of these theatrics look like they're choreographed by lin-manuel miranda At the same time you know when he did something like this with. Trevor bauer trevor. Bauer after the game said i loved it good for him so know you may see some turning. Look it'll be a An advertising campaign a couple years ago. Ken griffey junior at the end. Let the kids play. And it was all about backflips. And this and that. I think the league recognizes that kids. Love this stuff. This is what gets on tiktok. This is what gets on instagram. This is what gives young people talking about the game and If that's the case then you know do it fernando right flip as many as you want as long as you're getting on sportscenter highlights and log is You know at the same time. Remember just fourteen years ago. People were all up in arms about java chamberlain pumping his fist after a strikeout The same way and now you know. Trevor bauer is doing moon. Walks off the mound and You know i think i think. In general the attitude towards these things has has changed a little bit But you get the wrong picture up there. Who doesn't like it and you're gonna get take one in the ribs so this is. This is what i am getting too. I understand that baseball is officially behind this. I can see on espn that. The anchors are go crazy about these things and say how great it is but there has been for over one hundred years an unwritten set of rules in baseball and one of them is. Don't show up the pitcher. Don't show up the other team quite like that. Who was the catcher brian. Mccann was that the name of the catcher who used to try to punch people in the throat when they when they came across home plate. If he didn't like their attitudes there are still people out there like that. And i'm not gonna say neanderthal. I'm going to say there's a sizable percentage of people who follow these sorts of rules. So are are we in conflict. Do you think there is conflict. You haven't heard as much about conflict that you have heard a lot about unwritten rules right. We've heard a lot about the swing. And i'm three. Oh and another one last year. Who got involved with that. Was your main mercedes on the white sox zone manager his own manager when crazy about trying the russa unwritten rules. I think to most people who are around baseball are kind of stupid at this point You know the game has changed. It's been one hundred and something years in some of these rules first unwritten rules. I went into effect. And you know the one thing. I hear from players more often than anything else when it comes to something like Pumping your fist or celebrating. Or whatever is okay then then. Don't let me hit that home run next time. Throw a better pitch. If it's a patriot through striking java once said you know what i get a base hit me. And i won't put my fist. Don't try out It's it's You know it's all part of the game now and i think yes. There was still be some old school folks who won't like it and who will take umbrage with it and do something about it. But i think now as you're as you're going deeper into this most of these kids who are playing the game now grew up loving these back flips and loving all these personal You know sort of ways of of expressing themselves and so i think the old school is is starting to really fade out. Not bad was one of the real old school guys who if somebody pimped a home run on him. You're going to get one in the next time up. Yeah it's interesting to me because most of the managers and most of the coaches are those guys maybe not the players but most of the managers and the coaches are and i wonder if a manager or coach particularly coach more than a manager would say to a pitcher. You know what you have to do. Next time sparky. I wonder if that happens right. It wouldn't surprise me if it did but again the you know the pitcher is also say. I'm gonna spend it if i do that. And we've seen that happen So i think the attitudes are are slowly but surely changing a little bit And it just it doesn't. It doesn't surprise me anymore. You know when jose bautista did that bad flip in the playoffs. Six years ago seven years ago whenever it was people were like. Oh my god. He is going the next time he fee and then of course getting into a fistfight with You know with with your door on second base so I don't think you're gonna see reactions quite like that anymore. to something because these are becoming more commonplace and eventually i think they're just going to be an accepted part of the game. Well i mean. I think that totti's is enormously likable with tremendous star power. I don't feel that way and likeability about machado. Do you know what i mean. I think it's sort of individual A person might not get drilled because they are likable and another person not likeable might cheer absolutely. But i think that's always been the case right. There are guys who rub people the wrong way You know we talked about the machado entities thing. I think last time. I was on you and Yeah t's is. Is you know the the beaming face at this point. Machado was the was the You know the the the guy in the orioles who a lot of people eight didn't really know and be didn't like and You know the he used to go to boston. He was like public enemy number. One up there for people thought he was a dirty player. So you know you get that that reputation early in your career. If not always easy to shake and then he went to san diego in a lot of people looked at that and said i did that because they paid them the most money. He doesn't care about winning the turns out he may specify worlds there because the padres are pretty darn good team and certainly In position to make some noise this year. yeah. I will sidetrack for a second to the zoo story. This is not an a civil court. This is in a criminal court. What do you expect will happen immediately from baseball to the braves regarding osuna. I don't think anything will happen immediately..
"zone manager" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is not our wildfire season. Thanks, Johnny Cash, scientists say The outlook for our wildfire season, though, is grim. It's starting out far drier than 20 twenties record breaking fire. One scientist says the soil hasn't been this dry since the nineties. The 18 nineties trees and brush more likely to ignite fire to spread and a mega drought is part of the problem. As the National Weather Service is, our current drought is much worse than it was in our top five biggest Wildfire seasons. Nobody here by the way, follows whether weather patterns closer than key to our senior news reporter Jim Cross, the Valley's media wildfire expert, who joins us now, Jim, I saw a story. Katia calm where the fire zone manager for the press get in Coconino National Forest says it's like having gasoline out there. How dry are we in Arizona? And is there any sign the upcoming monsoons gonna provide any relief? Well, they're optimistic the monsoon will be above average across about half the state right now. But it's still too far out. To really pinpoint exactly what it's gonna do about the gasoline analogy was pretty accurate on defer the entire state. We have 90% of the state right now and the deepest ground levels last year at this time we had none of the state in those levels had a Memorial Day weekend. And we ended up burning the second most acres in state history. Almost a million acres with 0% indeed, drought is it so when we're 90 right now, is it? You know, three day weekends at the beginning of the wildfire season like Memorial Day that have them very worried. Is it just the entire season is it is it towards the end of the season when they get the most worried? Well, there's this weekend. Certainly. Has them concerned in a year, especially this year. I mean, they'll be loading up prepositioning firefighters and areas of concern. Around the state, but You know that scientists that you see Ally said these air the dry soil conditions we've seen in over 100 years in the West. That's just when they have record keeping back toe 18 95 so it may go back even beyond that. But, yeah, I mean and really, it's not just Arizona. It's it's much of the West California's in bad shape. In Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado. Uh, I don't think I've never seen the West look like this on a fire map around a drought map. Wow. Yeah, I was gonna ask you what our agencies doing to get ready, but they just it would seem to me They almost have to just remain mobile because things are bad across the entire Western U. S. Yeah, we have right now we have plenty of resource is firefighters and state we have aircraft. You know, we have the DC tens. If we need those one or two of those We've been out of Mason Mason Gateway in it for what shook us. So there Ready to go if they have to do it again. This is the weekend and they're gonna be We're gonna be a risk until the really heavy monsoon rain arrives. If it arrives. It hasn't really done the last two years. And I know Jim that last year in the beginning of this year, the pandemic restrictions And precautions being taken by wild land. Firefighters was making the job more difficult for them with their social distancing, etcetera. Have those eased up a better do you know? To my knowledge that they're they're still going with distancing and you know, giving the firefighters separated. Um, you know, most of the time they're masked up anyway, right? But I assume that the co vered protocols are still in place. Um, last year again, they went with A lot of heavy aircraft again, those big DC tens so they wouldn't have to bunch up the firefighters on the ground as much. Um, of course you can't do that, you know on all fires. But we saw last year three of the biggest tend fires and one summer we've ever seen in the state just in one summer. It's incredibly where we've seen all of our Biggest 10 or 12 fires all since 2002 and it's we're starting out this season. Much drier. All right. Thanks a lot. Katie. Ours to Jim Cross. There are senior news reporter and wildfire experts. 6 19, now a K T a R time for a tech check with Kim commando. Towards F 1 50 pick up the world's most popular vehicle will soon come in an electric version. But will.
"zone manager" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And so the automotive news continued with their big stories of each year, and we kind of got us through most of it. In the eighties. Once they've recovered from the second financial crisis. Second Excuse me energy crisis of 1979. By the mid eighties. For the most part, Detroit's doing very well. And, of course, unfortunately in the car business if you're the CEO of a car company in the car companies making money again, which is making money because you downsize your operations, you quit building the cars. You were losing money on. He got concessions from labor. We know the drill, how it's done, and suddenly cars they're selling again. You see you think they're geniuses, so they think they can take their magic and put it on other companies, right? Yes, just has never worked That way. We keep buying all these other companies, and they end up having to get rid of him in time. However, in the early nineties, right before I started the show. General Motors in 1991. Their car and truck sales dropped 12% from a mediocre 1990. This is something I said on air A few years ago. I wrote it in the Star Telegram yesterday. I have no idea why this is true. We tended by? No, we have a long term trend line that shows car sales are better when there's a Democrat in the White House. I have no idea why that Isse, I can promise you that no Democrat or Republican president has ever done a thing that should influence car sales in that way. Period. But as I point out, car sales hit its peak in 1986, right, we did 16 million cars kind of fell back and Reagan's second term. They did go up in his first term. But remember, he inherited the second energy crisis and a dual recession is he came into office. They fell each year. The first Bush administration. They rose in virtually every year of Clinton. And then you start getting into when we're on the show, But I die aggressor. Only reason I pointed that out is we lost literally, more long time dealers. In America in the late eighties and any other period before since. Including the financial meltdown. I'm not making that up. In fact, I have a story from D magazine from 1986 about all of the long term families that have had car dealers in Dallas Fort Worth, and I think there's like one of them left standing. And literally, that's like Karl soon his family In the late eighties devastated the industry. And that brings us around to 1990 Saturn kind of shows up. After seven years of development. Guess it took a long time to put a plastic body on her. Chevy Cavalier 1991. GM sales fell when 1992. There's a bloodbath of General Motors. They throw out Bob Stamp hold the board revolts. Everybody's riding. Boards, running companies or the new norm in America. I mean, the Wall Street Journal carried that nonsense because the board of directors were starting to call the shots at GM. And then they put Jack Smith in as CEO of the company and pretty much everybody loved Jack Smith. No relation to Roger Smith ran GM in the eighties. But the fact is Jack lost almost as much market share in the nineties is Roger Smith had and he was an idiot. Die Aggress 1993 I start my show. And we have the story from that year in eking. Lopez quits GM and joins Volkswagen If you don't know. Unfortunately, I remember like it was yesterday because for me, it was, although if you just got your master's degree, you weren't even born. And Nicky was the big hotshot parts guy that GM hired It was going to revolutionize parts purchasing for automakers. In fact, he took great pride in telling everybody. He tore up all the contracts with all the parts supplier and said You're gonna have to do better than this. Now, anywhere else in America if you had a contract Itsumo over that. But the car business doesn't work that way. Because if you sue, they'll never buy apart from me again. So you get out of business, right? That's when you're supposed to have congressional hearings to stop monopolistic practices, But that's another story for another day. In any case, here's the funny thing. Aniki quits. Jack Smith convinces him to come back and not go to Volkswagen. You like this story so far because he actually holds a press conference to make the announcement that Aniki Lopez is back a GM he's not going toe Volkswagen G. M's on at the press conference. Somebody had to walk up to Jack Smith. While the press conference is going on, saying he left He's in Germany. He's not here. Yeah, and he stayed CEO of General Motors. After that, huh? Let's see. We've got 1993 94. 16 farmer Honda managers and two former dealers indicted over bribes and kickbacks, huh? When I'm right here in Dallas, Texas. It's kind of a funny story. We, the dealer who will remain unmentioned, McNatt bought a Mercedes SL to bribe the zone manager. Give him or cords and all this Now, I was a guy who reviewed the book about that was written about this scandal. So here's the funny thing. McNatt Bisys SL to bribe the local zone manager because gold Rolexes weren't working anymore on the guy bringing it up here. He's supposed to take it up to the dealership in Lewisville. But he gets on 1 21, he is lost. Excuse me. Is this right? Yes, Most goes in Lewisville. He gets on 1 21 because he's lost and a keeps going down looking for McNatt Honda, and he can't find it. But he sees his building that had Honda on the side of it. His own office. So he delivered the bribe directly to the zone office and say, Yeah, this is for someone so Yeah. I'm telling you. Morons had dealerships. But because I knew everybody involved. It was really fun for me because I got to write the review on the book for Car and Driver magazine. But that is a true story. A Honda dealer. Both the zone manager, a brand new Mercedes SL. In order for him to get more of the hot cars. And the truck driver got lost and took it to the loan office and said, Yeah, I've got an SL here for his own manager. You want to sign for it? Jim McNab bought it for you. You know, I have another friend that used to be on the show, and I asked him. How is it?.
"zone manager" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I think three states in the past few days who say probably killed you because you probably wanted to be on air You probably during the middle of those two like guys. I wish people were seeing this. Yeah, I wish it had been a song. Should I call it the photo show? Yeah, but I mean, you know how being in the business of the technical difficulties and just all the kings of the imagine you're bringing and everyone knew everyone from the technical people to the anchor team to the producers to the to the zone managers. I mean, everyone is no one coming together, So we have to practice it And it's really been remarkable and amazing Theater come together the way it has so little bit about yourself. Here you were born. I believe in Western Me but grew up in a small town in Oregon. Yes. No, no kind of an unusual story on my my parents within Iran and then not people. Evolution. My mom actually had to leave by herself. Shoot Canadian. So she laughed. My father actually was arrested in Iran. My mother came with one suitcase Germany. My father later met her there. He did his taco work there. He's an archeologist. I'm born in Germany. Andi. We moved to bask in. My parents worked at Harvard and then about just briefly and then we want to move to the small town in the mountains of Oregon, and that's where I grew up. We ended up staying there. I think I think it was intended to be. You know, just a temporary moved to kind of get back on our feet and I ended up breaking up there. That's also I have that. Yeah, I have that perspective. And I I know how important that is. And I have friends. You know, You're like family to me Some small town America who don't want to fight about politics all the time. I just want to know what's going on with you. And how to make informed. Efficient. Yeah. You went to Pepperdine University went to Berkeley for grad school Now with all this. When did you know you want to get the journalism Was this something is a kid. Was it something in high school? Like, what kind of said What kind of told you that you want to do this? For your life. No. I always knew I wanted to write from a very young age. I knew I wanted to write and some capacity. I always liked you right from the time I was, like, six or seven, but a spark of journalism part I, um, I study journal. I got into journalism kind of on a fluke. Actually, in college, I had a friend who was a diehard journalist who was the editor of the College paper. And he knew that I liked to write and someone like, fell through the night before the deadline when they went to try, And he called me and begged me to write an article like please, just All that I need something like here's the topic. Just do it. And so that's how I got involved. And then I ended up being an editor on the paper. And then I ended up going to grad school for actually documentary filmmaking. On DH. That kind of morphed into I got I got an internship at the local station. When I mention about to go to Egypt, where my internship My father got very sick. So I didn't go to Egypt. And then I had to just sit there on my internship requirement at a local TV station because it was just the only thing I could get was local. And it was during this semester. And so I just ended up going there just to satisfy the requirement and I fell in love with you. Was this. A San Francisco then on the Washington, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Miami and now Chicago. Pretty impressive and it's good because you grew up in the small time. But you've seen so many different corners of America in such a short period of time. It kind of makes you so well rounded for Ah, for this new gig. Well, it's It's really interesting that I have contact now and it's so great to be able to use, you know, follow up on my favorite stories from each market and to call my old contacts when I asked him what's going on and to really understand. You know if you don't have to put out name cities that are obscure and like rulers, Bono are, you know to understand the geography of Washington. You know, you drawn all of it, and I feel like all of this. I was just with my path to culminate here, even though I didn't know it, But I just feel like I'm really in the place and supposed to be. I feel so good about the product about our people about the network and just about the country in general covering the country In general, it's such a privilege. It's so great to be able to pay I you know, to be ambitious with your story. Like I have a three national I'm just going to go through it. And in local news you can't do that. But in local news you do get trained to, you know, work efficiently make do To be resourceful and to really get to know your community and kind of like generate enterprise stories that sometimes are left behind on the national level. But I think all of us bringing that in and our team has a lot of local news experience. So it's just really exciting to be able to expand that poor our skills and backgrounds together to create something really beautiful. Very cool. Well, what a great pleasure it is to get to know you a little bit tonight, and I'm very excited to see what's what's crafted here and my best to you on your success. Thank you very much for having me have a wonderful weekend. You two things. Reuben Reuben a Shahbazi. She's the anchor reporter from News Nation News Nation. Premieres Tuesday, September 1st at seven, Central on W. J. In America. Right. Author David Winter joins us about his new book, oldest Chicago after the news next on 7 20.
"zone manager" Discussed on KCRW
"Assistance and guidance. So committee on Emergency preparedness response and recovery will come to order. A year ago, Congress held a hearing to look at whether FEMA is doing enough. The subcommittee chairman Donald Payne Jr. And New Jersey Democrat was unhappy. Unfortunately. Human chose not to attend this hearing. That hearing centered around a stinging congressional audit. It found that even FEMA zone managers didn't know the plan for helping disabled people that FEMA shelter intake forms didn't have a question to accurately figure out who had a disability. And that was before the corona virus pandemic Now, a year later, pain says he still can't get satisfactory answers. It's like pulling teeth. This administration is really a challenge. Hopefully, what we're saying is getting through to them in there. Not responding to us but making sure that they're prepared. So that's that's the most weekends. We can hope for under these circumstances at FEMA, the head of the Office of Disability Integration and Coordination told us they've changed things. There's a queer question now on the intake forms to identify people with disabilities and FEMA will help state and local governments use more hotel space this year. The good news is a lot of the things that folks need to do to prepare. Remain the same covert little Andrea runs that FEMA office, she says people with disabilities need to get themselves ready for a disaster. Do I have a particular medically? So do I need to be thinking about getting three months worth of prescriptions for Mia's wheelchair user? I always have extra tires have a portable pump, right? What are those kind of things that I need to get meter? Still for someone with a disability? That's a lot to do even without the Corona virus pandemic. Joseph Shapiro NPR news You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. The Corona virus is hobbling cities across the United States, including the country's fourth largest city. Houston has one of the highest rates of covert 19 cases per capita. So far, the death rate has not kept pace. But hospitals and city leaders are bracing for things to get worse. As Houston public media's Matt Harrah, Bridgeport's Ahead of Houston's Health Department. Dr David Purse used to convey just information at his regular press conferences last week, his tone shifted toe one of frustration and warning. I just want to put in perspective for those folks who don't see what the issue is, in your experience, you may not know anybody who's sick. You may not know anybody who's died. Get Houston hospitals air not overwhelmed yet and last weekend, the data continue to show some flattening and admissions. But the number of covert cases keeps climbing. A two of Houston's busiest hospitals and Harris Health System. Chief operating officer Mike Hill estimates that Cove in patients are taking up more than half the ICU beds has creeped up over the last 2 to 3 weeks. We've been lucky to have a lot of coordination with the Texas Medical Center in an effort to try to transfer patients. It's not just the local medical systems that are hit hard. So is Houston's broader economy. The oil and gas and hospitality industry is taking the biggest punches. During the county stay at home order in April. The Greater Houston Restaurant Association says at least 10% of restaurants closed for good. The association's president, Melissa Stewart, says these numbers could double or even triple if there's another shutdown. If you've been able to convert the curve cider to go, then that's been somewhat helpful. But if you can't and now all of a sudden you have to close for another two weeks. All your product is perishable, which means For two weeks. Everything you have doesn't laugh and you have to restock against just tremendous amount of expense. Texas Governor Greg Abbott, who took power away from local officials, toe order business closures, says he's not planning another shutdown. Furloughed waitress, Cynthia Pratto says she's worried about her health. If she does go backto work. We're going to lose our health insurance as of August 1st, and I worry. What if I get sick? Houston's Latino community is especially hard hit. It makes up nearly 40% of Cove in 19 cases in the region that Gomez is the reverend at San Pablo Episcopal Church. There's a lot of people with anxiety, depression and the increase in substance on alcohol and domestic violence. As for the direction of a pandemic here, there are some positive signs yesterday, health officials said hospitals are doing a better job caring for covert patients and that the length of hospitalizations is getting shorter. Harris County's health director, Amar Shaw says. Well, that's good. He's still worried that hospitals could still be overwhelmed if people don't wear masks and socially distance. I do think we can never say never. Really. A lot of it depends on what happens in our community and all the actions that we take, whether its individually or collectively, that's going to the Charmin. Where we as a community go. A report from the University of Houston says the city will be in a moderate recession in the first quarter of next year. Should the virus run its course this year. That would mean the loss of more than 70,000 jobs. But forever and Gomez his worries are right in front of them. This Saturday is when a moratorium on rental evictions will end. I just had to write a letter to Ah property manager, promising that we will pay the July rent if they do not evict the person on elderly person. Gomez says he's collected more than $80,000 in donations to help with rent. Since the moratorium went into effect in March, landlords in Harris County have filed more than 5000 eviction.
"zone manager" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On Mersey preparedness Response and Recovery will come to order. A year ago, Congress held a hearing to look at whether FEMA is doing enough. The subcommittee chairman Donald Payne Jr. In New Jersey Democrat was unhappy fortunately chose not to attend this hearing. That hearing centered around a stinging congressional audit. I found that even FEMA zone managers didn't know the plan for helping disabled people that FEMA shelter intake forms didn't have a question toe accurately figure out who had a disability and that was before the Corona virus pandemic. Now. A year later, pain says he still can't get satisfactory answers. It's like pulling teeth. This administration is a really a challenge. Hopefully, what we're saying is getting through them in there. Not responding to us but making sure that they're prepared. So that's that's the most weekends. We can hope for. Under these circumstances at FEMA, the head of the Office of Disability Integration and Coordination totals, they've changed things. There's a clear question now on the intake forms to identify people with disabilities, and FEMA will help state and local governments use more hotel space this year. The good news is a lot of the things that folks need to do to prepare, remain the same cold. Bitter now. Little Miss Andrea runs that FEMA office, she says people with disabilities need to get themselves ready for a disaster. Do I have particular medically? So do I need to be thinking about getting three months worth of prescriptions for Mia's a wheelchair user? I always have extra tires have a portable punk right? What are those kind of things that I need to get meter? Still for someone with a disability? That's a lot to do even without the Corona virus pandemic. Joseph Shapiro. NPR news You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. The Corona virus is hobbling cities across the United States, including the country's fourth largest city. Houston has one of the highest rates of covert 19 cases per capita. So far, the death rate has not kept pace. But hospitals and city leaders are bracing for things to get worse. As Houston public media's Matt Harrah, Bridgeport's the head of Houston's Health Department, Dr David Purse, used to convey just information at his regular press conferences last week, his tone shifted toe one of frustration and warning. I just want to put in perspective for those folks who don't see what the issue is. In your experience. You may not know anybody who's sick. You may not know anybody who's died. Get Houston hospitals are not overwhelmed yet and last weekend, the data continue to show some flattening and admissions. But the number of covert cases keeps climbing. A two of Houston's busiest hospitals and Harris Health System. Chief operating officer Mike Hill estimates that covert patients are taking up more than half the EU beds that has creeped up over the last 2 to 3 weeks. We've been lucky to have a lot of coordination with the Texas Medical Center in an effort to try to transfer patients. It's not just the local medical systems that are hit hard. So is Houston's broader economy. The oil and gas and hospitality industry is taking the biggest punches. During the county stay at home order in April, the Greater Houston Restaurant Association says at least 10% of restaurants closed for good. The association's president, Melissa Stewart, says these numbers could double or even triple. If there's another shutdown. If you've been able to convert the curve cider to go, then that's been somewhat helpful. But if you can't and now all of a sudden you have to close for another two weeks. All your prizes perishable, which means for two weeks, everything you have doesn't last and you have to restock again. Just tremendous amount of extent. Texas Governor Greg Abbott, who took power away from local officials, toe order business closures, says he's not planning another shutdown. Furloughed waitress, Cynthia Pratto says she's worried about her health. If she does go backto work. We're going to lose our health insurance as of August 1st, and I'm worried. What if I get sick? Houston's Latino community is especially hard hit. It makes up nearly 40% of Cove in 19 cases in the region that Gomez is the reverend at San Pablo Episcopal Church. There's a lot of people with anxiety, depression and the increase in substance on alcohol and domestic violence. As for the direction of a pandemic here, there are some positive signs yesterday, health officials said hospitals are doing a better job hearing for covert patients and that the length of hospitalizations is getting shorter. Harris County's health director, Amar Shaw says. Well, that's good. He's still worried that hospitals could still be overwhelmed if people don't wear masks and socially distance. I do think we can never say never. Really. A lot of it depends on what happens in our community and all the actions that we take, whether its individually or collectively, that's going to determine Where we as a community go. A report from the University of Houston says the city will be in a moderate recession in the first quarter of next year. Should the virus run its course this year. That would mean the loss of more than 70,000 jobs. But forever and Gomez his worries are right in front of them. This Saturday is when a moratorium on rental evictions will end. I just had to write a letter to Ah property manager, promising that we will pay the July rent if they do not evict the person on elderly person. Gomez says he's collected more than $80,000 in donations to help with rent. Since the moratorium went into effect in March, landlords in Harris County have filed more than 5000 eviction.
"zone manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Couple of knowledge and technology and stuff Now I did. I tweeted out the video. So if you're someone who's never seen it, take a look. Because the video is even better. You get Bud Selig looking like he has absolutely no idea what's going on. He's looking around. He's got his. He's got his hands up to his chin, trying to figure out what is this guy talking about? He's looking off camera for some direction. And this poor guy. He's he's kind of huffing and puffing and clearly nervous. He's got no cards, and when he goes when he when he goes to give him the keys, he wasn't holding them say he's like reaching into his pocket like he's going for some Gummer, his wallet or something. So this is the hole, the visual of the four of them on stage, and Bumgarner's looking at him like he's crazy. Just give me the damn keys. I want to drink a beer and get the hell out of here. And you know what? I always think about situations like that. You know, there were three or four people that were right there. That worked for Chevy that said, Rick, That was awesome. You did a great job. Really? Don't worry about me. I mean, maybe you're a little nervous, but it was fun. I think I screwed it up. No, you didn't screw up. Awesome. That text messages. Rick. You're the man. You nailed it in the rest of the content. It was trembling. Right. What a blubbering. It's a tough spot. It's a tough spot for sure. Even when they get like the CEO is there sometimes they don't exactly come across his great either. People aren't used to being on live television, so But I always remember that one for some reason, probably cause I was just watching it live and just just stuck in my head all these years, and for whatever reason, I will never forget his name on. I just looked him up. By the way. He's on Twitter. So I don't know what he's up to these many followers as you have, You know, I didn't check on that. I just I was honestly looking to make sure I had the was his name again. This Rick will d. I was making sure I had the spelling of his name. W I. L d yes, But the first name is R I k k, which is an interesting gags exactly s over you Google and it'll pop up now is this so there's a bunch of them know. Yeah, but I found I found I matched his. You know His avatar's picture is ah, because no one ever uses someone else's picture right? It still says Zone manager but now he's general 33 followers blue check. No, It was not only five, but I guess people for poor Rick. No, No. Here's the thing. What do you think you can write? Nothing. I don't think that this guy. I don't think this is really him. Neither. Okay you think is this is a parody account right? Its exact Anika. It hasn't tweeted since 2014 in October, So it's someone who created the parody account for him. And then they ended up losing interest Everybody else did in Rick Will D. That's what happened. I seem here on linked in zone manager Chevrolet Motor Division. Darling, That is different. I know, but I'm just saying, he's you know, he's he's out there. It's not like he's completely gone into a hole or left the business altogether. No, I didn't say he did. It would be sad. I mean, still, it's still his own manager. We're talking about the job titles, so Oh, yeah. All right. That was fun, Nervous in front of millions and millions of people in that spot. Would I? Is that what you're saying? No, I'm asking Bobbed wire. Okay, Why don't you make me orgy or people in general? Of course, Of course. It's something you've never done before and you get put on the spot. Absolutely not not not at this juncture. I think all of us have had microphones in front of our faces for far too long, but it's different when you're in front of people, but But it's Here's the difference. Sometimes I'll get a little bit nervous if there's like a public speaking situation and I look out and there are hundreds or thousands of people out there when the Boomer and I did the NYPD, the foundation dinner that was a bull room filled with people, and that was the first time I had felt nervous in a while with a microphone in front of me in this situation now. Yeah. You got the San Francisco Giants there and you're in the club house. But you don't see the millions of people that are watching on TV. I actually I actually think in that situation, I would I would be okay, because I'm not seeing so many people. Here's what I think I'd be nervous and why I think he was because You know, he has to hit on some very specific information. That Chevy obviously wants him to get out there. So I had the note cards which didn't help him. Yeah, technology and stuff. He completely blanked there. It's not like he's just having a casual conversation with Madison Bumgarner, Erin Andrews or whatever. I mean, he has to hit on certain things, so unless he a memorized them or be looked down at notes the entire time. You know, that's where I think some of the some of the nervousness came. I couldn't perform in front of others have said that before. Yes, you and Rick will be another hard time like asking the speak in front of students that like a college and things. And teachers looking out, and there's zero interest. Yes, that's stuff. I can not overcome that when I see zero interest from that audio, it's like you don't mind if you get some interaction, and you can tell that they are into it, But when they're on their phones and their board and just waiting for the next speaker, Yeah, kind of like what blood ceiling looked like in that video, and I had you know the name Jerry Carino, he writes. He covers rutger zero NJ dot com..
"zone manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"This hour, Chris? Well, last hour you brought up the new verticals this for Cocteau job. All that you saw on intercom release yesterday, So we kind of went down that rabbit hole a little bit Sure are buddy Danny Carter. Red checked in on Twitter to make us aware that horizontal is also exists. That's a thing in business, apparently as well. So you got a lot of these crazy job titles out there. And we also mentioned that that funny clip from the 2014 world Siri's with God so that led you That discussion led you to say that. Do you remember the guy who worked for Chevy there is there When Madison Bumgarner got the World Series MVP trophy. He had a euphemistic job title as well. And he just totally butchered that thing. Now, what was the name of his job? This guy? He is the he was the regional zone manager. So I mean, maybe that's a little bit more understandable, but But still just you wouldn't you didn't expect there and Andrew is to say we have the regional zone manager from Chevy Years, Rick will need Reparative T CEO So something like that, Not the regional zone manager is a big deal for him. Which you will hear in his voice here, Daddy. It's about a minute long. Let's hit it and let's listen. Now to present the MVP award presented by Chevrolet. We have from Chevrolet, the regional zone manager, Rick will do thanks Medicine. Congratulations. Aziz, the official sponsor of the official vehicle, Major League Baseball. Chevrolet is product displayed in this prestigious award. Along with our dealers were also extremely honored to get back to the sport by supporting baseball in cities and towns across this nation. That Chevrolet we have We have also been proud of the latest The greatest technology our truck lineup, which is the all new 2015 It combines class wedding leading You know, technology and stuff with Star stream to recognize your performance in this 2000 series. I probably present to you very own set of keys to a new 2015 Colorado graduation. So.
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"zone manager" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Motor Company has shaken up management again in fact forge saying they may be Losin about two billion dollars or so in this quarter not yet I get happen anybody close your factories you still have the expense of the business but you don't have any cars going out the door where you can recoup some losses Jim Farley is shaking up the north American leadership team J. M. used to be at Lexus then he went over to Ford Motor Company and is always here with the P. R. release was wow he love the opportunities challenges on or so forth in reality the domestic car companies pay a whole lot more money then the imports do in fact back in the nineties when Honda got caught in the scandal with their American management team doing things on the side they shouldn't have I think the guy that was running Honda was making one hundred thirty thousand a year and the guy that was running Chevrolet was making millions so you can see the difference I did get tickled with the story is I because I reviewed the book for car and driver of the Honda dealer in Dallas fort worth they bought the zone manager for Honda a brand new Mercedes SL and it was supposed to be delivered to the dealership and then just kind of handed off to the guy and the truck driver saw Honda off one twenty one intervene that's not what I'm supposed to deliver there so he showed up with the bribe and gift after the zone office for the loan manager uhhuh one of my dear friends the book covered an Infiniti dealership in Orange County California where a lot of the drifting was being negotiated for the guys ran Honda nationally and I knew the guy that owned that store in fact his sales manager at the time was somebody that used to be on the show so I asked his son in law one question how did he keep his name from being listed in that story get everybody else's name got thrown under the bus Jim McNab but added he got out of it I couldn't figure it out in any case Jim Farley is going to shake up management for the Ford Motor Company Kumar Galhotra I hope I pronounced that right he's previously president of Ford North America he's going to take an expanded role as president Americas in international markets group by the way they actually came out and said we chose him for the incredible turnaround he didn't Lincoln I'm gonna let that sit in for just a second there the incredible turnaround at Lincoln what turnaround I mean they've got wonderful products don't misunderstand me they really do and they really have gone all out to do everything I could have wonderful products for Lincoln there's no doubt about that but if you call I did a story not long ago were they wanted everybody to build stand alone Lincoln mercury dealerships again and the dealers stood up in protest and said no way because the average dealer was selling like twenty four Lincoln's a month that's not very good so that kind of got shelved so that's the guy that was over linking of the time and Jim Farley just said because of the great job you did okay Lisa Drake is going to be C. O. of North America adding to her role as vice president global purchasing they said she's going to bring enhanced focused product launches warranty cost reduction and material cost improvements all of this is based on last year's for rollout of the all new Ford explorer and that really was critical folks the Ford explorer is like the second most important vehicle in the four line up behind the F. series pickup trucks and so they chose to take one of their oldest factories with an all new vehicle which by the way was Chicago and put it all together to roll out the explore well that probably was not the thing to do the thing to do would be taken to judge your best quality plant one that really takes well to new product not your oldest plant and do it there and as a result there was a bunch of mistakes when the explorer first launched and the first four months of anything this brand new the people want to buy is critical to its success so they fired one guy probably the only guy who knew what he was doing then now this one gets good guilt ger ari he is a retired colonel from is the Israeli military intelligence corps he's gonna join Ford S. C. chief global data insight and analytics a former Israeli intelligence officer is going to work at Ford Motor Company now may not mean anything to you but I'm sure and then the Israeli military intelligence probably maybe some of the best in the world but that doesn't necessarily translate over to the auto industry in till I tell you this story about the Ford family and it's pretty common knowledge in Michigan but most people miss it so they have to get together every once in a while to discuss family business the reason is the Ford family only controls about two percent of all the stock and Ford but they get outsized dividends right because of the Ford family and even though they have about the equivalent to percent of the stock they have forty percent of the votes so they get a large chunk of the profits well in excess of their shareholding and they have an outsize voting the company so the company pretty much does whatever the Ford family once done but when they have these families get together at whichever Ford family houses that typically bill you get a pass through like metal detectors and they actually scan you to see if you have listening devices on you this is how the Ford family treat each other going through metal detectors to enter home and being scanned to make sure you don't have a listening or recording device on you yeah I'm sure they're picking up iPhones right at the door because you could actually turn them on record meetings and all that that's how much they trust each other in any case why would Jim Farley make all these changes amazingly there were a number of stories all the changes being made for none of the stories about Jim Farley making all these moves it forward carried the the Kerry the name of CEO Jim Hackett which is really unique when you re organize a company like that the CEO isn't even mention everybody's putting money the Jim Farley is going to the the CEO after Jim Hackett which may be sooner rather than later but I had to write Charlie and I said what about my friend Markland nave Charlie Romeo banking because it marks not mentioned in any of this Charlie robaxin Ammar signs gonna keep the same job and all that stuff but I saw all these changes and the first thing I thought is the palace coups back and forth what Jim Farley has done is put together group underneath them behind him that he's pretty sure it's not gonna stab in the back if they see a chance to move ahead and then one of the things he brings in is a retired colonel from the Israeli military intelligence group which should probably be able to use to get out I guess people think my stab in the back one day that's really all the tragedy but again I get tickled with all of it this is a business if you have a great product at a reasonable price and people are attracted to it you sell yes No More is no more difficult than that although that's almost impossible to accomplish but there sure is a lot of turmoil going on at Ford and Jim Hackett's name not being mentioned as being the driver behind this stuff but I remember when Steve king Steve canning I think was made president Ford and he was a friend of of clear for he was on the show so he's made may present Ford Motor Company like a Wednesday he's a cliff's dealership in fort worth on Friday for the grand opening I show up and all the girls with Ford said he really wants to meet you and I said well my name is busy you know I'm not dying to meet him so about fifteen minutes later came over although he really really really wants to meet you so I go back and he's sitting cliff's office with one leg across isn't left knee and his fingers stapled together he didn't stand up shake my hand he introduces himself he says is there anything you'd like to ask me and I said yeah how long you think you can keep your job Hey guys why would you say that one I know the history of the Ford Motor Company has that they said well I think I'll have a quite a while and I said why because you're the guy that pushed the four network were Ford was buying up dealerships in Utah and Oklahoma you remember that and it's kind of fell apart at the seams you are also the gather was pushing national chains to buy more more the dealerships when you sold off all Lincoln stores I want to say I've been Rochester New York they sold all the one consortium national chain and they all failed I mean literally all failed it was horrible yeah he got made present Ford Motor Company it was a very short conversation between him and I because I knew what he had done in the past of Ford he's one of the guys that should have been fired as an executive in studies of president Ford Motor Company well cliff told me the next week again the two of them had worked together when cliff work for Ford and they were in the San Diego zone offices I recall and cliff said he was walking down the hallway at Ford and bill Ford and his entourage passed in the other direction and after they passed bill turned around and called me said by the way the more you know the president Ford Motor Company NATO cliff if somebody else been in the hallway that day I think they would have been president of Ford eight eight eight seven eight seven five five four three we'll be back in just a moment to take your calls on five seventy KLIF I'm Dane minor general manager Freeman Toyota in Hurst in in two thousand nineteen Freeman sold more new Toyotas in any of the Toyota.
"zone manager" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Mark Meckler is in charge of convention of states he was very close friend of senator Tom Coburn said mark hi we I want to talk about Tom Coburn and how you got to know him and who met Homan who suggested that he be part of this movement and what you know about him because you what you became very close to him yeah common I spent the last five years traveling the country together and the very first time I met Tom was in his Senate office building this is actually prior to convention of states whose during the height of the tea party movement thing that stood out to me most about common and one knew he was so different from everybody else I was meeting in DC market he made a point of telling me I've never spoken publicly about the tea party movement and he said I want you to know it's not because I don't support it it's because he got all these people up on Capitol Hill now claim to be something to do with the tea party movement and they're not he said you know I've always believed in what you stand for I just don't want you to think I'm ever trying to profit from a political and that was just so astounding because everybody was trying to profit from it politically so to hear him sort of separate himself that way and and that was consistent all the way through the whole the whole time I knew Tom he was just a man of principle and integrity and mark the funniest thing the way I found out that he was going to go to work with convention of states with I found out about it from fox news littering my wife Patty was watching fox news when I Greta van Susteren was still on there and then she started yelling oh my god oh my god Tom Coburn just said he's going to work for a convention of states and I thought that's absurd I've never talked to you about anything like that in monthly sheet recorded it rewound indeed he was asked one other retiring from the United States Senate what you gonna do when he said I'm gonna go to work for a convention of states because I think this is the only way to save the country and I called his communications director John Hardin said John I just heard this incredible thing on Greta van Susteren he said yeah I know we need to stop that process you know Tom was a zone manager the maverick I was known as doctor known the center for all the bad things that he stopped all the bad spending all day on constitutional stuff and and that's how come when I came to work together yes and what was he like if you spend all this time together traveling with a man of faith family man the hell was he with other people yeah honestly the most amazing person I've ever had the opportunity to work with you to man a very deep state he lived his faith he lived out every day of his life he was a guy who was very profoundly connected to his family he was also a guy that was always humble which is you know for god of his accomplishments most people don't know is a very successful businessman and then he became a doctor then he became a congressman and then senator he didn't think of himself as anything special it would take just as much time with the Bellman at a hotel or a waiter and he would be talking to a senator or the president he just an incredibly humble man and mark me I would say the most profoundly different thing about parliament that I learned from him more than anything else is that it almost sounds corny for me to say but I just watched him live it for so long is the thing that matters the most is a lot that you care for and that you love everybody that you cross paths with an I remember he told me on so many different occasions the people that are most important to love are the people that are the most difficult to love and I I never saw anybody live that out anywhere near the way I thought Tom Coburn was the house when was the last time I was with both of you was at Williamsburg trying to remodel yeah the last time was was at our summit in Williamsburg and when was that again it's just about a year ago now in there he was sitting out of one of the front round tables minded his own business you know cheering on the the different activists in the convention of states you were giving them awards and praising them and courage in them to go out and fight Neri was and he was fighting this cancer and he knew he was in trouble with this cancer didn't yeah I think you know folks haven't had a chance to see if they can see me interview him on stage there and he absolutely knew that he was nearing the end at one point market told me like either the cancer is gonna get me or the drugs will the the treatment he knew that he was nearing the end of kidneys for starters sat down he was not well at that event in fact when he was on stage and I interviewed S. you could tell me he was shaky and he'd written notes which was not something Tom normally did he had a stack of sticky notes that he was reading from and they were scribbled a little bit with his doctor's handwriting department was just how much he was struggling and it was yeah I would say the most difficult interview I've ever done because I knew what was going on in our I'll never forget at the very end of the interview no wasn't meant to be the end it wasn't my last question but I asked him why he kept fighting you know he was in a lot of pain he was really struggling and he refused to stop going on the road with me and when I would try to stop him he would say you know markets if you stop me I'm just gonna be miserable at home I'm just going to feel bad at home I'd rather feel bad on the road I feel better when I'm out trying to accomplish this quarter and so I asked him on stage why he would do that and I remember the look in his eyes market it's hard to describe but because I knew him so how what he was actually thinking is why are you even asking it's it's a stupid question I don't think it's a stupid but most people but the time it was so obvious and his response I'll never forget he said what else would I do and that's just for me he fought until the very end market a few weeks ago I got a text from him and it was so calm he was he was never a Moshi I've never very how much more emotional than he was in the tech said mark I'm at the end of the road as far as work wish I could have done more Tom when was I was about three weeks ago well I'll tell you market after I spoke at that event I went down there and put my my hand behind his neck and I told him I cannot appreciate you enough and I certainly didn't normally give reported I like him he was just I just want America to know with all the swirling around and so forth what what a tremendous patriot we lost he he's the closest he in demand really are the two who are the closest to remind me of the founding fathers you know you know market sometimes people say to me in regard to convention staple we we can't do this because there's nobody like the founders and it's so insulting to me having had the privilege I've known I got like a whole I put him up with Madison Adams just personally I I agree I agree and let me tell you when we heard about this it was a real punch to the gut I mean the all day long my wife and I were talking about it was just so horrible but now he's now he's out of pain and now he's he really believe in the afterlife I think so yeah I mean he knew one of things I I love so much about time I had so much comfort as he was going through this process because.
"zone manager" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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pregame live at the brick house tavern you go we'll be there today and then post game back in the studio you'll see Dougie throughout the game please kind enough to join us now here on ESPN one thousand John good morning how are you kid what's up doc there are good morning guys I'm originally by the break out the thing about it Gallagher you know it's time talking with them still around everything everything is we talked to Jack Heuer we also talked about what I talked about with you and David on the post game show last night feel said on the flag ship this morning it we're embarrassed jag cosign that we're embarrassed where are you on we're this team should be and how they should feel going into a brewer series non able what a road series since may well for starters are home throughout the good start right yeah so it'll be about coloring book it is and it was not going to be steamrolled all the teams let loose to get better Paul Goldschmidt and so on and the other teams that are weaker have good strengths for example the Redskins patch I mean pop five ERA team the pirate can hit both your we give any one area of any given scene anyone who's in this division to be sure and so they're not gonna waltz through the NL central the house also take advantage of out of their division because they do have an advocate of shuttle there but it's the little pieces that they're trying to you know make move on these acquisitions are part of that the cafe on us they're not those background you type but search all pieces to fit into the puzzle and now Joe Matt and the organization has to bring it all together to make sure everybody's in the late the choice since the sixties so the talent is there is no question about it now it's about execution done we have talked a lot about of of playing in the National Hockey League in going on runs in streaks where doesn't matter what you do doesn't matter where you are you just go on a run and things go well and sometimes they go the other way do you think it is more psychological for what's going on with this team on the road then it is the talent aspect of it well it certainly can build you know the more you start to put weight on it but there's also just so a real factor when your bullpen struggles and it has these pumps the specially late in the game it gets more exploited yeah on the road because you don't have the last licks you don't have that opportunity but also what we gave up three runs in the eighth now we're going to come back you all have a come back if you give it up for the money it's game over and we saw that as a group there is for example so the challenge for them is those late inning breaks down to the Boca would Petros rope was struggling and thought become exponentially more noticeable and certainly leading your own demise when you're on the road so they've changed a lot of those together and they have to figure out a way to win we don't have straight postseason games that are able to go online have to figure out how to win on the road if you look at where they're at in terms of off offensively I look at Kris Bryant and I cannot for the life of me figure out the says he's healthy judge says he's healthy I cannot figure out how he can look so overmatched at times ninety three mile an hour fast balls what do you see him from Chris Chris stepped into some parts of it that shows the Chris Bryant is it's one of those guys that you expect to learn things from them but the promises tent and the guy that you expect eight things who does not think this guy's throat Chris but how that thing of he's never doing enough that if there's something about this but your order what about the G. like numbers from one he won yeah because we actually so when he struggles it's it's noticeable because he gets outside of his boat he starts chasing sliders he's getting jammed with all I would Florida last night a that that's when he starts to go poorly because generally use the strike zone manager but I talked on the very first season and you're talking about coming up with his dad and and how we use the item for not fleeing and if I could why don't you swing about this is like that it wasn't us right I mean that's Chris but he is not trying to expand those old unless he's getting out of his rhythm he's not a guy that's like that is weighing in pictures all over the place and try to drive and what yes was sold out and what is not he's struggling I'd that's what we're seeing right now we think it's going to be the toughest challenge for sober is here in the next month Doug I mean your soldiers he's been off of Major League Baseball for but as a five month stuff for five months so that's a that's a tall order I save money goes on a rehab assignment starts working together to help the death out rather than take a five because your legs are going to fail you you're going to struggle you're going to feel hurt he's not a young guy so that's going to take time and then there's nothing like going from there to the major leagues and just the velocity of the peace everything is different though he brings leadership he brings a certain stability he brings fundamentally sound baseball is unquestionably alas that that are part of the intangibles of the Cup but is game writing this is gonna be something that is going to be at our best at different times it's really just a lot of games under his belt we're talking to Doug Glanville from NBC sports Chicago any S. 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N. these out at Wrigley right now he and I'm David exist to pregame live a little later on NBC sports Chicago Cubs in burrs game on of a three game set Davies against can Tana okay I'm gonna put you on the spot do you believe the Chicago Cubs we'll be playing post season baseball because I got my serious concerns about it but I believe they will and I say that but there are been speaking with well what I like their schedule outside of their division I I like it I think they played the play a lot of teams that they can be and we are not sur rebuttal wrote about but there's no question about their ability to do it that does move a ton of talent here and if the if the thought you know when you talk about the trade that I always got that corrected yes that's exciting for the Astros but it's also exciting as a player who has played out history and World Series championship but because of what you say did you hear from your organization you know what we have enough time out of the room we just need to add pieces but I was just like stuff up like this there they are that's a vote of confidence what if he doesn't go out and get all these flash players but yet he uses the say we just need a little bit here and there so I see a lot of assets there to their their play outside of the division is still better than the floors in the cargo concerns the degree of difficulty so I like their chances V. pitching staff from my starters perspective I think is is good as you'll find in the National League other than maybe the Los Angeles Dodgers I think the cubs starters by and large really really impactful who would you hand the ball to today it's a close game and it's the eighth seventh inning and it's a one run game and they got mad on in yeah let's is coming up you lend their calling face him are you let Kyle Ryan face him and if it's a righty it's Ryan Braun who had put in there when we got there are calling for lefties and his numbers this season speak to his ability to get lefties out that's why there are otherwise you should be on the scene if there answer is not there a call and order my answers out there called and that move was a mistake so that's that's the solution you know that they had under two hundred against them it's not a good season my only concern with the recall in the acquisition is that wasn't a analytics close by because we talked about this last night trap all right is it against Bryce Harper he's got these numbers we have lost the will and yell at you know Freddie Freeman or that against it Jon Lester you heard right I mean so we also just still and look at the context of it but that's the left me that that the cubs went out and got them to get out left the so you have to be the guy that does not have to go online but they have not they didn't get the definitive left me like yeah this guy's not long term experience getting lefties out they don't get that guy so now they still have the pieces together thank you venture you're talking to fans get ready for the pre game show capital B. join yeah shortly what what are the fans like what's the vibe when you're out in town it's fantastic I mean doubt those concerns about like you mentioned the load records and the fact that they're not blasting quite like the Yankees are the doctors of the Astros but the thing I say like the American League house of juggernaut team but guess what if you go in a phase one of the world's third so they're gonna eat each other right the astro they're all going to each other in the public a lot though any for anybody to where the laptop's situation of games that you get the right stuff I I say that there's a lot of populism and fans recognize Hey I played on in this organization what it was like a hundred years of futility in terms of championships the door on the upside here okay a lot of well and if you have the world championships a lot blissful and that's good that's great to write the expectations of knowing that this window is open Capas talked a lot about it not only on his show but you know on the pre and post game show where the window you know the window to win is now because in shortly there's going to be guys are going to have to get paid so you're right the vibe in time in this is an incredible run I mean the greatest run and and and and our lifetime to see what the cubs have been able to not only winning the World Series dog but also being in the playoffs and in being a perennial you know World Series contender now no this window is is now but you're right the fan base is excited biting wanting more is a great thing and expecting more is is certainly the goal yeah I mean no question that expectation greed application and success redox potentials that's the new culture means that when I was here by Casteel may he rest in peace was jogging in the outfield I think you start of the season what time we're writing or yeah your doctor on the bleachers and they were standing up don't worry free you'll be one and on your next order like full well the yeah so I was not a great positive experience about the loyalty of the dedication the commitment of the cuts that they struck by the team through thick and thin and no no three no fan bases are for the the card spent the twenty sixteen because I wouldn't that the whole career of people just no matter what they were coming out no matter what because you're seeing a lot of what they're saying things like these that the French are still stuff you know so but yeah now it's a new day there's and.