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Federal judge deals blow to vaccine mandate for NYC teachers
"New York City schools have been temporarily blocked from enforcing a vaccine mandate for its teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge the vaccine mandate for the nation's largest school system was set to go into effect Monday but Friday a judge granted a temporary injunction the department of ed says they're competent the mandate will continue to be up held more than eighty two percent of employees have been vaccinated unions representing principals and teachers warn that could still lead the one million students school system short as many as ten thousand teachers along with other staffers like cafeteria workers and school police officers mayor bill de Blasio has resisted calls to delay the mandate Julie Walker New York
Matthew Stafford Set Two Career-Highs in His First Game With the Rams
"Everyone was watching in la as matthew stafford made his rams debut now. I thought there was a lot of pressure. Actually on mcvay because at yellowstone i got to make. I'm teasing. meet earlier. Anna anna. It's contagious. You take a guy number one overall. He takes you to a super bowl. He makes to pro bowls you trade him plus two ones any three boy. That new guy. You bring better baller. But that's why he's the coach. And we're not ed something that we didn't see. He's off in kabul. Listen jacuzzis effort. Always had that crazy top. Whatever happened what happened. They just sounds awkward. Cousy or whatever the case is his. I q really just won me over and jacuzzi and commerce three hundred twenty one passing yards three passing touchdowns no interceptions. According to elias stafford is the first player in. Nfl history to win his team. Debut while passing for three hundred yards three touchdowns and no interceptions
Ex-White House Press Secretary's Book Likens Melania Trump to Marie Antoinette
"One twenty five. Pm on january six soon after writers broken barricades outside of the capitol bologna. Trump received a text message from her. Then chief of staff stephanie. Grisham it had a question. Do you want to tweet. That peaceful protests are the right of every american but there is no place for lawlessness and violence amid later milania with a one word. Answer no at that moment. Malania was at the white house preparing for a photo shoot of rug. She had selected. That's according to exclusive excerpts of grissom's forthcoming book obtained by politico titled. I'll take your questions now. What i saw on the trump white house grisham the former trump white house press secretary best known for never holding a press briefing is now breaking her silence and political daniel. Lipman email does what. They preview gruesome also writes that she asked malania couple times whether she should reach out to jill biden during the transition to set up. The traditional inauguration t. but instead of setting up the meeting the london told her that they should quote see what the west wing does according to grisham. The reason was because malania like her husband believed. The election was illegitimate on january eleventh. Malania did issue a statement saying that she was disappointed and disheartened with what happened last week but she added that she founded quote shameful. That's rounding these tragic events. There's been salacious. Gossip unwarranted personal attacks and false misleading accusations on me from people who are looking to be relevant and have an agenda. She seemed to be referring to her. Former close. personal friend. Stephanie winston walk-off who pendant op ed in the daily beast. A few days earlier saying that milania quote was complicit in the destruction of america grisham joined the trump campaign in two thousand fifteen and remained with the white house until close to the end. She writes them. Alana's response to a text on january six broker since she had long defended the first lady against accusations that she was marie antoinette. Type dilettante now gruesome rights. She sees milania quote the doomed french queen dismiss. It defeated attached.
What Are Shadow Governments?
"Is a shadow government we can and do have shadow governments working very hard behind the scenes we can use the definition of shadow to also partly define a shadow government. Well according to this belief the officially elected government is subservient to the shadow government. Which is the true executive power in the tampa bay times april twenty eighth nineteen ninety three an article entitled light is cast on shadow government by thomas churchill done he says the phrase the shadow government was actually coined by an imaginative editorial writer for the tampa tribune. This unknown wordsmith figured readers would be intrigued by ominous talk of sinister conspiracy at work. A mysterious shadow government spinning. It's evil web over an unsuspecting citizenry. Well whether or not you want to see a shadow government happening you have to admit that it might be true an op. Ed news dot com piece on august. Second twenty twenty one entitled trump's shadow cabinet is part of the ongoing coup. It says here. Even though the number of dying trump followers increases daily his coup rolls on now and the trump shuttle universe. he's created a shadow government for his shadow fans. It's not as wacky and idea as it seems suggests trump's solidifying his control over the gop going toward twenty twenty two and twenty twenty four. Well here's another one from the detroit. Free press on march seventh two thousand and two way back when i found this of interest about a shadow government it says here a shadow government. A government not elected by the voters. Holy outside the purview of the. Us constitution all members appointed to their posts by george w bush with no say by the us.
Congressman Lee Zeldin Comments on Sean Spicer Being Forced to Resign
"Congressman lee zeldin. Welcome back as ed great to be with you so much discuss great to have you open the second hour of the show. First things i. I don't know if this is tough for you to comment on with your reserve status and everything else. But i'm touched by. This is a member of presidential appointee to the pentagon's national security education board. My body sean. Spicer ghana latter yesterday trying to force him to resign from the board of visitors for the annapolis naval academy west point board members of being threatened by the biden. Administration your reaction to what should be totally apolitical. Bipartisan boards helping to run our military's academies. Well first off. It's important to point out that sean has served in our military has warned the uniform. He is a proud navy. Man with experience at tactical operational and strategic levels He brings all the right ingredients and perspectives. And what's ironic about the announcement. Is that jen. Psaki states that their decisions aren't going to be based off of party registration. Well then why are you getting rid of somebody with that kind of experience like sean has pours his heart into it dedicated. You know he's not doing that for prestige or money or title. He's just doing it to give back the other element of this. That i'm greatly concerned about is this Desire to Socially engineer the military. And i signed up for the army. Rotc when i was eighteen years old in nineteen ninety eight watts served on active duty from two thousand three two thousand seven. I've been in the reserve since two thousand seven. Seven is still today wearing my Hat as a member of congress putting aside my hat as a member of the military but wearing my how my has a member of congress. I am very active in ensuring that. Our military is focused on y on accomplishing one image. One mission above all else and that is protecting our nation our national defense protecting our safety our homeland And they just need to be given every last possible tool that they need to do that.
Airlines Say Rise in COVID-19 Cases Is Hurting Ticket Sales
"Leading airlines are warning that the spread of the delta variant of the corona virus is hurting their bookings American Airlines says a slowdown that started in August has continued into September United Airlines says it'll reduce its schedule later this year to match the lower demand delta CEO ed Bastian says the rising coded nineteen cases will not derail the travel we're covering but it will delay it by as much as four months he says the variant has particularly affected business and international travel which are both critical to the big airlines Southwest Airlines says leisure travel to his weekend with more cancellations and softer bookings for September and October I'm Rita folate
The Year of Uncontrollable Circumstances in Ecommerce
"I don't know how differently. I would paint this than any other year because every year there seems to be something that comes up like two thousand nineteen it was. Trump's terrorists last year was cove. Ed this year all the shipping rates so. Yeah i don't know if i'd put it in my top three. Bummer years i think everyone compartmentalize things mentally a little bit differently so for me those other things you were talking about being younger not knowing as much what's going on dealing with cash flow. Those are fun challenges for me. I look forward to. I know that sounds crazy. But like i don't know i feel like a lot of that's in my control. You know things that i can. I can dictate in a move the needle one way or the other. I improve by by learning more working harder. And i just. I love the buzz of entrepreneurship and creating a business. And yeah. Those are definitely struggles but like i embrace those in stride the stuff that starts the really aggravate me is the suffix out of my control. And you know this year specifically you know the first thing would've been like last year like you mentioned trump tariffs like that was definitely frustrating. Out of my control. That was like a huge tax on our business. But it didn't really screw up our business right. Like i mean we still get inventory. We still you know just kind of operate as we normally have. We made a little bit less money in like another one of those things that you take a baseball bat to the knee. And i've felt that pain several times over the years like the things that's been really frustrating about this year in particular is like the hopelessness feeling of lake. Not being imon tori because manufacturing's like all screwed up not being able to get shipping cushing's all screwed up not being able to predict shipping rates. Which is kinda screwing with our profitability. And how he price. Things dealing with amazon suspensions this year like it just became kinda rampant in our business because sabotage became a big thing this year with other companies like injecting keywords and trying to deal with all this stuff and those again are all things out of my control and they just take up tons of mental bandwidth. Like having to deal with that stuff and for me. It's just that type of thing on me a lot more than like having to deal with cash flow or having to deal with understanding facebook ads or how to deal with just even running an ecommerce business. Because i enjoyed the business stuff in that part of it but again the things. They are just so greatly out of my control where you're predicting relying on certain parts you businesses working properly. They start breaking down and i forced manufacturers to get to slip out the door quicker. I can't change shipping. i can't stop negative attacks mariam assign listings and so for me. That's been
Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running
"You say i'm gonna do one marathon in memory of my dad. Check it off. The bucket list spoiler. You're now a thirty plus time marathoner. So is it because that first one wasn't as hard as you thought it would be as that why you wanted to sign up from her. What motivated you to go and go back to like race. Registration dot com. And find another one and i think a lot of people can relate to this depending how a race goes right. Sometimes we hit the wall and finished a race like never again but other times when we had a relatively good race endorphins. Kick in right. When do i sign up for another one. Oh my gosh. that was awesome. We forget mile full team to twenty two when Struggling and hated our lives. So i knew i had marathons future for. They also thought. I sleep. Good way to travel so i graduated from northeastern that may and i moved to ireland and i started running marathons in different spots in ireland. I did dial blend belfast cork. I moved back. i said okay like. Let's continue to utilize this traveling. Iran traveling iran multiple marathons across the you ask at edinburgh london paris berlin. It's a great way to see the world and it's a great way just to get releases then i don't feel more motivated when you know. There's a trip coming in with the marathon. Oh heck yeah. Run -cation if you will use that yeah yeah. I didn't make that up. I don't get credit for that your credit because you introduced the term to me. I'll take it of ega. You also shave. That's that's a great time for your first race but you've also shaved quite a bit europe. Pr ers now three. Fourteen is that right yeah premium endemic. I was doing quite well. A part of a running club in the bronze calling portland track club. And i love them. Because when you're running with a group of people especially competitive runners you had to push yourself more than you would when you're just running by yourself Unfortunately i scheduled to some permit me to join track workouts but it lets we see potential when i do joining so slowly. Shaving off in ed's and My dream is to do some three however my big thing burning is that should always add value to your lights and always take away right so at what point are trying so hard that it becomes more difficult and you feel like stressing you hour so if it happens great but it's not going to be the end all be all for me.
Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?
"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.
Texas' Abortion Ban Marks a New Legal Strategy for Abortion Restrictions
"Emily i wanna read you from the wall street journal op-ed today which i thought was interesting this supporter of abortion restrictions. In fact getting rid of roe v wade who write this. Texas republicans have handed democrats political grenade to hurt to the antiabortion causes the editorial board pro-life groups has spent nearly fifty years arguing. That abortion is a political question to be settled in the states by public debate. It now texas. They want us the courts by civilization to limit abortion. I do think this law is so frankly odious that more republicans and those who oppose abortion rights should have to own it and i wonder if folks who work in the trenches of the political opinion on this. Feel the same way absolutely chris. Let's start with baxter. The overwhelming majority of americans are on the side of those who want to see and keep rovers wade as the law of the land. That is what keeps women saved. What could people save. Who needed care. This texas law goes too far. And what i would say to your listeners. Your your watchers is. Do you know who your state senator is. Do you know who your state representative is. Do you know who your governor is. And where they stand on this because republican governors. Legislators across the country are looking at this not as a grenade but as a playbook. They're thinking what can we do here in our state to rollback these important rights that affect so many families at emily's list. We're working to hold them to account and i believe we believe that every single member of legislature needs to be asked. Where do you stand on this. It should be asked now. They should be asked to get next year and they will be asked by voters when voters come out just as they did after brett. Cavanaugh was confronted court in two thousand eighteen. They will come out and be held to account at the
Breaking Down the Marxist Ideology of Climate Change
"Says the main sources for climate crisis are the political and economic systems. Capitalism. Constitutionalism, commercializing and re if eyeing, nature and life, less impoverishing spirituality and imposing consumerism and developmental is, um That generate unequal regimes and exploitation of resources. It's a mouth full of stupidity. The global crisis that's exasperated by unsustainable practices of exploitation and consumption. By the developed countries and the elites of the developing countries. See China loves these useful lead idiots. It does their work for them. Like Ed Markey of Massachusetts. If China could they give them? You know, A, uh Medal of Communism Award in Beijing. He's such a putt. We demand the leaders in the North, not continue Such wicked practices. That destroy the planet and demand. The leaders in the South not followed the development models in place in the North, which lead to the civilizing crisis. We urge them to construct an alternative path to achieve fair, egalitarian and sustainable societies and fair economies. Uh, a k a Marxist. For such purposes. It is required that the developed countries meet their moral and legal obligations, especially vis a vis vulnerable and marginalized countries and communities by lifting barriers such as intellectual property rights. Which prevent the attainment. The preservation of life of the planet and the salvation of human species. That's amazing intellectual property rights. So where does the order these intellectual Inventions and products come from Mr Producer. Capitalism. It's not fair that we don't share them. So we have to destroy capitalism and yet make its bounty available to The rest of the world.
Reeling and Dealing: How to Engage the Taliban
"In afghanistan. Taliban fighters have been parading through the city of kandahar in celebration some of them aboard captured. American armored vehicles western allies have all departed as of this week at apart from a few pockets of resistance. The taliban are now in total control at the airport in the capital. Kabul spokesperson for the group addressed the departed enemies by knowing the as let amid heike about the moment dounia islamic emirate of afghanistan. He said once strong diplomatic relations with the world including america in the chaos of recent weeks american forces have in fact worked alongside the taliban. What cooperation lies ahead as far trickier business. A fact noted by america's highest ranking military official chairman of the joint chiefs mark milley. This is a ruthless group from the past. And whether or not they change remains to be seen and as far as our dealings with them at that airfield or in the past year or so in war. You do what you must. In order to reduce risk commission. Enforce not what you necessarily want to do over the course of twenty years a coalition of military forces as failed to bring the taliban to heal now. Those forces are gone. The calculus has changed on how to protect afghanistan's citizens and to keep it from reading far worst terrorist organizations. Many people make the argument. That american allies should now have nothing whatsoever to do with the taliban. Ed mcbride is the economists deputy foreign editor. They say it's such a despicable regime so violent repressive. It's so puritanical that it is better to not give it any support of any kind not get aid not give it diplomatic recognition or other. Sort of niceties like that. Just hope that. By not providing anything that could be construed as support or acknowledgement they might even hasten its demise or at least leave it to stew in its own juices and hope it collapses
World Series of Poker to Require Players' Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
"World series of poker as we speculated in past episodes in the last episode didn't in fact announce that they are going to require that all attendees as far as spectators and players are going to be required to show proof of a covert nineteen vaccination. This does not apply to their dealers in staff will get into that a little bit. But what do you make of this. I mean we kind of saw this coming on like you said. I mean we speculated on last week we both kinda new but couldn't really say at the time so it was no surprise to us to see this. Listen i think the world series has to be concerned with limiting their kind of liability. And so they're just going to take the the safest measures that can the safest approach that they can possibly make it and in that is saying. Hey if you wanna be here at the world series of poker as a player or as a spectator or as a media member we're gonna require proof of vaccination now we also will require the use a amass remember. Chad said over the last couple of weeks that in nevada the governor had input option for large scale events. If those events require proof of vaccination you can eliminate the mass requirement. And i thought maybe the doors open for world series to do the same now. I saw that. Daniel talked a little bit on twitter about this very rule and it does not apply to gaming at least not yet so that would be impossible even at the world series is considered to be a quote unquote large scale event. It's not like a concert or a sporting event and gaming just does not have that ability at least not yet to go mascow. So i know that. We're most likely headed george masks for the sap it could remove the mandate in nevada. That's not likely they could consider gaming in large capacities and in that might be somewhat likely but as far as proof of vaccination for players is concerned. I'm not surprised that the world series went this route. And i don't think you're that surprised. Either i mean you were the first to say this was weeks ago. That wfan might might fire this option off. Ed seem the writing was on the wall to me. With what the raiders. Were doing in the nfl. You know that kind of set the precedent and it seemed like doing this. We're just solve all the wbz's issues as far as tracing testing and things like
Is Ed Asner in - 'Dug Days' Show on Disney Plus?
"Never died over the weekend. One of his final projects is set to rule out today. Doug Dead Squirrel. The Talking Dog done from up gets his own animated Pixar series, and he's not alone. Get out of my azaleas. Ed Asner is back as the voice of Carl and one of his last performances before his death. Sunday at the age of 91, But it's not his last I m D B list at least seven other projects. Asner filmed her voice that haven't come out yet. All four episodes of Doug Days are out today on Disney. Plus, you didn't dig you, Doug. I am Dog, Jason Nathan's and
Celebrities Pay Tribute to Ed Asner Following News of His Death
"And former president of the Screen Actors Guild, died yesterday at age 91. Ben Stiller wrote sending love to the Great Ed Asner's family and icon because he was such a beautiful, funny and totally honest actor. No one like him Irish year thanked Aznar for a lifetime of great work, and Sean Aston wrote what a life colleague of my dad shepherded my mom into the union presidency. What me at poker fought against wars and lies for the lifetime for our union and Stood up to it. Just the same Michele Pelino Fox News Starting today. The speed limit
Universal Studios Sets Opening for First Theme Park in China
"Theme park in China will open in Beijing next month under construction. Since 2016. The theme park has received strong backing from Beijing authorities, including the extension of one of the city's main subway lines to the site. Universal also has parks in Japan and Singapore. I'm Ed Donahue. AP
Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91
"Legendary actor. Ed asner passed away yesterday at the age of ninety one. He's the old man from up best before the helium leaks out of balloons under the falls when that. Perhaps we're not getting to the fall. Definitely most famous for playing the very grumpy lou grant on the mary tyler moore show in the seventies he had more than three hundred acting credits on his imdb. I mean the guy did so much stuff he was santa clause in elva with will ferrell legacy you because suddenly just dropped down to zero old. Is he ninety one. His family his daughters wrote a release tribute to a ninety one. Actually even all the way till the anti look the same. Yeah just kind of look like the same guy
"ed right" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Ms raza on the podcast. Thank you for making the time. And i guess to begin with always lake to just ask our guests if you could share where were you born and raised and. What did your parents do for a living hours warren in kansas city kansas. My scott love with long department. Were providers already junkyards scrambler. No that's why across the street trauma Packing house big employers in kansas and kansas. So you were born in kansas city missouri. But you grew up in kansas city kansas. You've got the real missouri hostile jettison. Someone primitive time born so long girl. I'm sure that the records of british sorry by lovable fired. Not it's lunch together loop. I'm sure i'm sure you were saved. By harry them institute we grabbing the kansas river not flow at swipe time a missouri. Greg got up until the point. But i can i give you full credit for that and so let me ask you i was. I was surprised to learn. I didn't know this. And i think a lot of listeners will be surprised to learn you. Were not born with the name. First name ed right.
Remembering Ed Asner (1929-2021)
"Ms raza on the podcast. Thank you for making the time. And i guess to begin with always lake to just ask our guests if you could share where were you born and raised and. What did your parents do for a living hours warren in kansas city kansas. My scott love with long department. Were providers already junkyards scrambler. No that's why across the street trauma Packing house big employers in kansas and kansas. So you were born in kansas city missouri. But you grew up in kansas city kansas. You've got the real missouri hostile jettison. Someone primitive time born so long girl. I'm sure that the records of british sorry by lovable fired. Not it's lunch together loop. I'm sure i'm sure you were saved. By harry them institute we grabbing the kansas river not flow at swipe time a missouri. Greg got up until the point. But i can i give you full credit for that and so let me ask you i was. I was surprised to learn. I didn't know this. And i think a lot of listeners will be surprised to learn you. Were not born with the name. First name ed right.
"ed right" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"The call. Always love hearing from greg on the overnights and that's kind of point where they're in a tough spot here because of the talent how can you justify keeping gleyber torres on the bench right at a guy with a potential guy with that talent however right now velazquez at least in the short term has been the better fit because working and working really well and it's not like they need that type of offense from towards because they get it from almost everybody else in that right which is another reason why said going to the year i thought the yankees seattle would always value defense up the middle of anything so catching. Let's say they don't need gary sanchez. We'll make like sanchez. Had a great year hitting two nineteen and whatever it is these hit. They don't need gary sanchez offense. They had that elsewhere. Get the best possible defensive catcher that you could get and hope that he can hit a little bit so i in this case. They're doing that with velazquez. At least for the moment. I'll let you take this guy on head on anthony in the bronx. What's up and thank you for taking my call No i was just driving down the road nation listening to you guys. And then i heard the oddest things with two hearts and john says almost wanting to the bush's were second only sal but all done squats permanent damage to the team. I was permanent damage to the team. The team to believe that he was gonna sign with them and then we got nothing for nothing. Could've you know they're better without him since he left. And by the way the that's a whole different argument. The point was the islander fans abusive when he returned doing is one thing. It was a little over the top that's employees. They was personal. My cousin is a big actually went to that game and he goes what his daughter. She's big hockey. He was actually like this was bad to applause uncomfortable. Whether there you heard the stories with yellen vulgar stomach come on now. There's a difference between born ham and letting them know how you feel when he has the puck. That's fine whatever. When he doesn't put the stuff that they were spewing. I wasn't there but i. I did a show actually overnight or whatever the evening after that night it was ugly and they got better by the way when he left anyway. So you shouldn't be angry. Hollander remember when parisi went to minnesota went to the game. When i came back to new jersey and i was kind of bracing for automobile. Those little wells anytime. The puck went to a stick boom booed. That's families and i'm not saying there wasn't some stuff. Well we didn't hear now where we were and there's also there might have been you know. Of course the fans are bothered that you left boo or whatever. It's kind of fun with two varas. It was nasty and was they. Were i mean hockey. Fans are passionate would respect respect. The passionate passionate was. 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Join us and make your mark where it matters. Visit michigan business dot org slash radio. It's the morning show with boomer. Esiason and greg naughty boomer and geo chris what's up we gonna be the one death metal song and then that was it like to live by the way. That's what i usually listen to as well on the drive for this shift to make sure i don't not off at the wheel related problem coming to work okay. Problem is going hall really. Yeah oh yeah let down from the energy show daylight and you know other humans actually of actually is worse because of the glare all right i find it go whatever each jerry used to have a major issue fall asleep at the wheel. No joke right. I used to eat a lot to stay awake. Well but i remember. We talked about doing those crazy hours. And i remember one bad one. Yeah but it was always tough happened to me every now and then. It's not so much that. I worry about falling asleep on the way but i want get the juices flowing so when i get in here. I'm like motivated to lower key today. Coming in is going to. I was trying to calm down. Like acoustic music ed right. I'm trying to one of the word. You events music one of them. Well it is early in the morning absolutely. I'm sure there were some people that were in the anybody screaming at you know what i brought to you. By winters. bras way systems creating cleaner and greener long island's or learn more visit winters bros. Dot com hobby buyers and his comments from post game yesterday. Obviously drawing all of the attention but even he couldn't quite seem to figure out where he stands on the whole bullying thumbs-down thing. It just feels bad. When when we started going on strike going i blew. It doesn't really get to me. But like i want. I want to let them know that. Says we're going to do the same thing to to know how to let them know how you feel so it feels bad but it doesn't get to him but they want the fans to know how it feels to anyway. He did say the fans need to be better so it's giving them a taste of their own medicine. All of this stemmed from a basic quedgeley. Say they have to be better. I play in the first hour Let's see if i can find a better and there was a basic question. We can strike. Can't make contact with the boys into ten. He's been here for seventy games. The fans got be bad. We got Tim healy who asked about the thumbs down celebration he had noticed. There's well what does it mean so by is go went on a little more than a minute or so. It's the first media members are hearing his explanation so the first follow up was to ask if he was behind the idea which he said he was. We heard that as well And then let's hear what came next. It's just how you like. I say alike plan for defense but we have our friends against us. Thank you questions from casino on the home. Run you head when you're looking for breaking ball breaking pictures to the game. I like rich i'd understand. He's he's definitely all baseball. Harry potter coleman now. I did not he. I didn't catch any on the pos games around well Then there's poor louise rojo's he spoke after don't cannot believe he spoke after a few minutes in the first couple of questions were about about the game so he's asked about baez and some of the other players being tired of the booze but there's no mention of biases explanation for the thumbs down celebration which led to this. Do you think it's a good idea for players to essentially boo the fans.
"ed right" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"First thing we booked because we knew that was going to be the hardest and we had a plan around that. So december ninth. We go on a two week cruise down to antarctica and then we have west so we'll see if new zealand or australia or allowing tourists by that point and then head up through asia. Quick stop into africa through europe. And then we'll head home after that. Were you know what's really striking. He has given me an itinerary and sort of tactics on curious about the rash. Now other than your your natural curiosity your your archetype of the venture an explorer that you know that i have also and so. I'm always interested by that but as a family. What's the rationale one. You hope to accomplish. Forgive me. I wanted your husband's person. And i want to say michael. Is ed right michael yet. No good so what did you and michael thank would be good for the two of you and good for your three young children. What was what was the driving force. What made you think this would be good for our family as opposed to being stuck in wherever land. You're stuck in a right and you know you could ask me this question ten different times and i. I'm pretty sure. I would have a different answer each time because there are so many layers to this so i think one of our last conversations. I mentioned that. I have this sort of morbid fascination with the end of the world and as i was looking ahead at climate change and this was even before kobe i knew that the world was going to look different for our kids and our grandkids than it does now and i realized it was a very good chance that my grandkids won't be able to go to an open air fish market in the middle of a country and just by seafood. The way we just did in washington. Dc and my middle son jackson pretty serious about becoming an astronaut. He wants to be the first person to mars. I told him he probably won't be the first person. But there's a good chance that you know he could be off planet as a career choice. And i had this idea of like wanting to give my kids and experience of earth this. I really think that we are in a unique kind of golden age where the world is beautiful. And there's so much that's easy right. We we get to work. Virtually internet almost anywhere across the globe. But we haven't overcome. I think are going to be some of the biggest challenges that are still coming at us. It really felt like a perfect opportunity to give them a sense of their a citizen of an entire planet. We talked about the world getting smaller through technology. And i absolutely think. That's true. And i want them to think of themselves as global citizens that they have a responsibility to the environment they have responsibility to their other human beings around the world. There's there's a lot of fear that seems to be perpetuated these days and i want to teach them that they don't have to be afraid that wherever they go they are going gonna find people just like them and it's so funny because i was just talking with my uncle and he was bringing up all of these horror stories. He's convinced my kids are gonna get kidnapped sex trade That he liked it. It was just like every worst case scenario you could think of. Admittedly he was a soldier in the vietnam. War did see the worst of What we would call travel and what other people have to offer. But every time. I've gone to a different country. I have come back changed like my view has expanded. My perspective has changed. My appreciation for nature and humanity has deepened. And i wanted to give my kids a chance to experience that even for bradley going to be even in his kind of very formative years. They say that before. You're seven years old. Your brain is still in an almost beta state. Where you're just taking everything in with no judgments. No preconceptions and i realized that this will be rather normal and that's an interesting experiment. I guess that. I'm putting my youngest son through but i really think that that that's what i want. I want my kids to think big and understand and we've really come up with kind of four guiding virtues are oh fearing or finding experiences and raising the kids because it's gonna be hard to do things like traditional school and sports and those sorts of things that we usually do to enrich children and so for me. We decided if we can raise kids. Who are curious creative compassionate and carita though the foresees russ are always what. We're looking for so the aussie creativity compassion encourage in our kids. I love it. That is brilliant. So there's a sense in which there's integrative objectives in that you have the objective as the curiosity adventurer. You wanna find out about life you wanna learn about life you wanna grow you want to improve integrated with that and directly correlated with that is the education of your children to be world citizens to understand that there is life apart from the american dream that i believe in. But there's so much more for the world to offer and you know you're you're preaching to the choir because i'm not really sure caitlyn but you know it's not a lot but i've i probably visited twenty five to thirty countries but it is just so enlightened me about worldview and how people think differently than we do the rest of the world is thinking just like we are and they are not they have a and have a solid rationale behind not believing as we believe And i think that's so wonderful that you want to expose your children to that. What about languages are there any specific languages. You want to try to teach them. Are you just going to give him. Bits and pieces of languages as you go along. Yeah so spanish is going to be the primary. We've sort of begun little words here and there but once we get to mexico the goal is to give them a crash course and see how much we can learn the four or five months that we're heading south and we won't have an interpreter. It's just gonna be us learning how to speak and using babble or rosetta stone or we've got all of them are phone. We'll see which one. I've got another good that i can give to you. That's really really good. So remanding mathis benny something. But he's maybe the best at it so at least he's a really good when he would be worthy of you. Taking a look at the lily ways we can eat learn languages. We're gonna that's what he's all about and he's all about if you can't immerse then he set you up with conversations with people in other countries and and in spanish you say spanish you know it really is probably the second universal language dangerous. Don't you think yeah. I.
"ed right" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"Real tough. It's just a complete mess. And again i think you have. This movie. definitely had that as pete alluded to in the beginning it kinda it circles around right. It's complete shit but then it circled around to being so bad that it's good yup because you wanna watch it again. This is something where i could easily see midnight. Screenings of like you know the room at wor troll to end. Oh i would one hundred percent see this with a group of people. yeah absolutely. We've win throwing the football in this movie. Man putting on cans latex gloves and nettles metals metals for sure is is one of those medals on a gene vast vast guys. At least he gives props to the troops he loves our troops loves them but he talks them to. He says they can't handle modern warfare. Backhanded compliment has everything. I'm just so glad that those kids showed up at multiple shooting locations. Because i was afraid he filmed random kids in a playground that one. Yes that scared me when you message. God what am i walking into here. so double down from two thousand and five direct by neil breen and this was his first film and he's got five total and follow this up with i m here dot dot dot now. Fateful findings pass through. Twisted pair was originally an architect in real estate agent in las vegas area. All his films are independently produced and funded. And if you guys didn't realize that no formal full making education so this patel stars neil breen laura hale mike brady robert defrancesco bonnie carmel. George kerr maynard. Mailer and rose mailer has an nba score. Four point five and no rotten tomatoes score and no budget or box office information. Smoothies wild. I didn't think it was gonna be as incomprehensible as it wound up being but i'm glad it was. Yes this was definitely like. You chose violence but i enjoyed. It was good time violence violence. Yeah like a tarantino style. Violence like fun for the whole family. Just real quick. You guys noticed that none of computers worked right yeah. I almost thought that that was a real estate agent. Those are probably like props for like setting a house. You know fake furniture right. I thought those were like fake laptops. Yeah they they're so clearly one of them is clearly not on the shot. He i think he thought that he could fix it. In post then found out how much that would cost the fact that he's a real estate agent. You'd think he'd have better filming locations that yeah just the desert and then wherever he could chew on the strip of las vegas like what are you doing mangle show a house. Tell everyone the leave. And then shoot their rightly clerks. He worked at the quickie stop basically and they shot at night. They telling me you can't do that. Shoot around your schedule a little bit. Yeah i gotta stage this house for like twelve hours between eight. Pm eight am. Nobody come in too busy thinking of the cool things you could say about himself in the middle. It's that list is non it's never ending. It's twenty minutes long in the beginning. And then there's more later. I thought it had to end raid okay. You're getting a little exposition at the beginning who he is cool. Ten minutes in this has to end soon right be then once i hit like the fifteen minute mark. I thought it was going to be nothing but voice over all right. This is that kind of movie. I guess are down that he didn't get to the part where he can steal any car. Just a cellphone sickly minutes. The things he's capable of what's he's like didn't he say he he's holding the three cellphones up. And he's like three recording or something. He's recording the message. Sentence a conference call but he's just talking into three thousand five though they couldn't he can add anybody to call. I didn't love him. Holding what favorite moments. And i actually have it in. My notes is what he after. He's stolen the rolls royce. He's he picks up the phone to call someone and then he fumbles. It has to pick it back up and take a second goal that you definitely cleaner or spy. Can't handle flip phone. It makes me wonder if he just didn't wanna take another shot or the other ones were so much worse than that retakes. The owner of the rolls royce guy. Picking up you know hours. He said it was like super easy to steal the car to right. It was easy. The ferrari the ferrari. And i like it was so easy to steal it. All right man we get it. I wonder if he got the rolls royce back within the hour because he said he was going to back to the valet in an hour but then he killed the wrong guy so we gotta do we to basically go out to the lake to they kill kill kill themselves because they knew something was coming bullshit if they don't know what does this. He's such a frightening force of nature. That people have decided after they'd gotten married. They're going to their first. Their first as wipe is going into a suicide back and shoot themselves before ed right. So it's it's a suicide pact. Because they know something's coming that doesn't make it a suicide pact their mercy killing themselves. Oh i laughing so hard right now. This i love this movie. I hate it but it's great. Yeah i think my favorite of all time in this movie is wrenching. The satellite attacks to the wrong there zero bolts than in the wrench and then holding the laptop typing and looking at the satellite. As if he's gonna see something happening to the saddle. There's no laser what he's doing. And then he picks up the he puts that laptop down takes the second laptop. Typing looks at the satellite. Nothing's happening. I don't know what he's trying to do there. And then they cut the stock footage of like nasa.
"ed right" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers
"Where do you. Where do you meet like guys. Hang out with ed right. Where can a guy go meet friends in his thirties. Forties and hang. Because you know what i you know what. I'm not doing on sunday during a game. I'm not going to a bar. I'm not going to the local buccaneers bar because my kids are here. And i can't just not going to ban in my family for three hours later. We start a podcast. Thirty forty year old men can meet up and and and be friends. Play dates for thirty year old man. Yes exactly play. That's what we're calling it yeah. Pd thirty there. You go there you go so anyway. So yeah so. That's it now just to be clear. Nothing's changing till we hit the end of the season. Like i'm still here. We're still doing buck in the news. We're still doing live my opinion cow. I'll be her. I will edit it all out anyway. Here's we'll be squashed. But i'm going to stop giving shit and i'm just going to tell people what the fuck i think about him. Now like your daddy at all again. Always been any of all the people that have come in contact with stop breathing in the mic. I can't stop breathing altogether. Why are you doing it like all day. Long and stop. Oh my god i never. You never stop. I've noticed that. Like i've become such a mouth breather when i'm outside i don't i don't feel like i breathe through my nose for a little while and then i'm like. Why do i feel like a mule. Tired like after the oakland my mouth and get enough air and keep the old legs and moving turn important. So i'm looking around. I'm going looking guy damn out and are one long so anyway all it wouldn't it wouldn't be gas rent if it didn't take us fifteen minutes to sign off so that's my specialty. There unlike cook. Oh you do you do that shit on purpose me. I'm just trying to wrap up the show. And you're like do you think that chris godwin likes manny grilled cheese sandwiches. Cain and i'm going what the fuck are you saying. Shut up so i could finish the show..
"ed right" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"Today on the show got Andrew Holly. He's the chief marketing officer at Binder binders, a global leader in digital asset management. But on the conversation today, we talk about personalization and whether it's the right to move for marketers at this point in time whether making those investments in technology are the right things to be doing given. The Do -opoly and Amazon has increasing capabilities to do personalization, and we talk about what consumers really care about much is the theme we've had on this podcast before lastly, Andrew gives us some tips and advice for his fellow CMO's in hope you enjoy this conversation with Andrew Holly. Andrew Welcome to the show. Thanks great to be here. I'm curious you grew up in. Georgia. I believe Georgia Guy or Georgia boy as I should say end up in Boston I. Think there was always some gravity for the Boston area. It's I even though I did spend my whole life until college in an Athens Georgia. New Boston is where my parents were after college. That's where they met. So we took vacations up there. There's always a little bit of gravity up theory. Thank. Exhorting itself, and then you know I got accepted to college up there is you know thirty odd colleges up there I was fantastic place in. I. Really just never list left since I graduated that's awesome. An Athens is a fun town to in Georgia where they educators professors just curious Great Guests Allen Yep Yeah I mean I feel lucky to grow up in college towns they're fantastic. Athletes is a great place. My Dad was a professor of anthropology there and my mom's a psychologist and it was a great place to grow up and went in school and met people who grew up in other towns like Austin. Texas. Or Madison Wisconsin and found that I think any college town like that. It's a really fun place to grow up. Absolutely. Absolutely. Let's talk about your past to binder and how'd you make your way there to be? I've been really a bit of a growth company Junkie in. Scale marketing organizations is my jam. It's the seventh growth company have been a part of fourth as as head of marketing. Now, come out of college I really didn't know what I wanted to do. I got into management consulting, which was just a great introduction to business and I see small upstart companies really overturn industries and that got me interested into Kinda you know start up and growth companies and once I got there really just fell into marketing. It's just a I. Don't have to tell your listeners. It's just a really rewarding intellectually stimulating part of an organization that's constantly changing and so i. Feel lucky kind found something that I really really enjoy doing and have at least some modicum of talent at. Like what is the company do toast a little bit about company so binders what's called digital asset management space, and so binders I sas platform that lets marketers get more usage impact from their creative assets while at the same time keeping everything on brand. So it starts from kind of you know streamlining the creation, the approval of assets in relates the place where a marketer can organize and manage those assets and then more and more crucially than connects to all the downstream systems and people so that people can find and utilize those assets they need for campaigns and things like that. So you're working. kind of this nexus if you will of creative assets in their use curious what your thoughts are on the trending push deliver more personalized marketing. So as yourself lots of the guests you've had on the show Allen like we learned from the companies we do business with right and so no binders lucky. We work with eighteen hundred or so just really great brands and we're seeing what they're doing and I've really been struck by the emphasis. I see now in storytelling in creative and it's prompted us to thinking in realize that maybe after a couple of decades, the high water mark for. A real obsession with investing date personalization, the high watermark might be in view I think many marketers maybe seeing less and less return from that extra bit of investment in in in personalization and and micro targeting, and that you know marketing attention may be beginning to return to our roots in creative and storytelling in the more emotive side of the game. Yeah. It definitely has been a theme on on the show in. There's many reasons I guess that are are driving it right? Like there's one that you just exhaust. You're you're advantages at some point in time as you get more and more and. More targeted. It may be in the B. Two B. World. You could go further because the customer lifetime value is that much higher in the consumer world but then tumors, I think more recently if you think about things like that are happening with face spoken the boycott because of the platform itself but consumers are worried about privacy and it feels a little creepy at times. Yeah. For sure that those are two of the new I. think contributors to this this rebalancing maybe we could call it Allen and you had a great segment a little while back with Bob Hoffman. I think what did he? Surveillance Marketing I thought that was pretty pretty apt term and yet there's real. There's real backlash on the on the whimsical side. I'm sure you like me and everyone else has a personal story of you know personalization gone to wrong right or do you has surely Stafford? You? Yeah. I mean the most recent example I can't remember the exact product but my wife and I were. Talking about something she I look for it on the web and then the next thing you know in her Instagram, facebook feed the ads for that product start showing. So they're obviously targeting our home ip address not knowing which device was the original device that was looking for the thing but she's worried that are you know home speakers listening to every conversation while they are? Yeah Yeah for me. It's the it's the Hawaiian shirt ad that's following me across instead Zombie. Ed Right that's been following across the Internet for three years even though I don't own any wine shirts anymore. And that that that kind of consumer backlash has one thing with boycotts in consumer power but it's also now manifesting itself in the legislative realm I in Europe right with GDP are. But now with the the CPA states and not many companies here in the states don't do business in California. So I think it's it's that consumer backlash now also expresses regulation right and. So I got a big 'cause but so is that first thing you mentioned right this that kind a natural decline incremental Roi as one invest more and more in one set of strategy. It gets harder to Kinda squeeze more blood from this stone as we segment deeper and deeper costs rise to create the creatives needed to support that segmentation while the audience of each spiker segment shrinks. So it's got an inherent sort of limiting factor on incremental ROI it. No one's GONNA argue that being relevant to our consumer to our customers not. Important super important in it's fantastic. Twenty Year Ron what data has allowed us to do here. Again I think it's more of a rebalancing as the limits of that Roi come into focus. We can rebalance our attention to storytelling in creative curious to get your thoughts on tech stack. If you will does it, it has been so much investment frankly for marketers to invest in either DMP and all of the various gonNA use old school terms, hoses, and wires that connect everything together it doesn't make sense in your mind to continue to. Invest in his personalization capabilities given like this rebalancing if you will for sure it depends on where one is in this journey right and if as we've all been part of dealing with Martin vendors, right they'll. They'll show maturity curves. Kind of depends on where we are. So obviously, we want to be relevant and that's really important but I think if you look at the end game, the online do -opoly are gonna Google and facebook and probably Amazon. If you start thinking about kind of product selling, they're gonNA be able. To at the end of the day, handle targeting in personalization better than just about any of.
"ed right" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"M. J. Thank you for listening on this Thursday morning. Biggest sticking a stake. States stake My hungry? Yes. Haven't had much to do today. Um, on this Thursday. It's It's nuts is not the political firestorm. That's the right word. Political excitement we would have expected in what would have been what we be on the wrap up of the DNC. Milwaukee, right? The nomination acceptance speech would be tonight. Think about that. Tomorrow. We don't be falling down, exhausted. I'm ready for everyone to get out. We would have a fun day Friday. So in lieu of all that we are seeing visits and the latest, of course, Vice President Pence. Yes, Mike Pence coming again. Tomorrow He was just here and walk Shark County in P walkie, Not too long ago. Coming back tomorrow he will be in ripping Of course, the birthplace of the Republican Party. Also, he's going to stop in on Alaska. Tomorrow is well, they still make the cookies. They're ripping good cooking. Question one if he'd stopped there, Speaking of conventions were telling you about the DNC, which was supposed to be today and has now been pushed back in the August we'll see if it even really happens in August now. More issues concerning the the GOP's convention. Will that one happened. The RNC I'm Peter King. In a letter obtained by CBS News, Republican National Committee chair Rana McDaniel tells party members they've had to quote make adjustments because of the outbreak. Those adjustments include limited attendance for events of both indoor and outdoor venues for the final night is Mr Trump accepts the nomination? There is a line about safety protocols, but nothing about possible face mashed requirements. All right, So this is something that Was. You could say anticipated that they may have to make some changes, Especially with the surge taking place in Florida right now. Does anybody think that the arrow is moving in the direction of not wearing facemasks? Wherever you go? I mean, does anybody think that Other than maybe some, Ah, Remote places in states around around the country. I think we're moving in direction of wearing facemasks and ice has said. We've talked about it a lot this week. We're going to try to wrap it in a nice little ribbon on about 9 35 when we have, doctor May Beth Grandma and I'm curious. I'm curious at this point, having watched all that coverage last night. Is there a dispute professionally? Or is this just Americans regular people. Regular folks having this now become not argue about mass but about politics because that's how it's been parse notes. It's my party and not necessarily good public policy. I'm just curious about all of that. And as we kind of decipher through the real and not real, I think there's a lot of questions here. I'm going to get to those a little bit later. No condemnation of an op ed by the president's top trade advisor this week, Peter Navarro. So you saw about this up Ed Right in the U. S. A. Today he trashes the nation's top infectious disease expert. We know everyone knows. Dr Anthony Fauci. President Trump was asked about that. Well, what do you think of the foci along Very well. Do you have a very good relationship? So this was interesting because in the op Ed He said that Dr Fauci has good bedside manner with the public, but that he's been wrong about everything I've ever interacted with him, says Navarro. Andi only listens to falsely quote only with skepticism and cautions. So the White House denied that they had anything to do with this. On by wink way, didn't know what to do with that. What is what is followed She think of all of this. If you talk to reasonable people in the White House, they realized That was a major mistake on their part because it doesn't do anything but reflect poorly on them that you really just said they're here. That was a major mistake on their part. Yeah, That's where I'm going with this. I send this on Twitter last night. I used to think that she was Fredo. Fauci is the damn bad father Peter Navarro is is Trump's enforcer. I know if you know that, but that's what he is. He's an economist author..
"ed right" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"You think he's GonNa want? I have no idea too much. Yeah I think so too. I mean we pay four million last year with how he played at the end of the season. I guess he'd want seven million no way. We're paying the Taliban. I don't think he's coming back I don't either there's too. Many teams are GonNa want them although this draft classes heavy water savers. How it is what I hear. I don't know humphries on just pulled that out. Actually a deal like Perriman but I think he is expendable would. Yeah when you've got Godwin Evans and other guys. These mid tier guys crawl massive. I think is more important to the team. I was mostly for the price. Yeah I think Nacho he's next he made eight hundred ninety five thousand last year. I think he needs to come back. So and that Ryan Smith is up for free agency. He only made seven hundred and thirty three thousand last year. So sounds like league minimum or close to it for that position. He didn't get much playing time. We don't really need him for the secondary but he's our special teams as I think we really need to get him back for that and nothing else and especially can you see him under. Keith Tandy Mentor in Him and coaching and I love it. I really want him to come back. And then we've got Anthony Auclair who I'm not really a big fan of. I think that they really like him for blocking not so much for the holy in so. I think I. He's a restricted free agent. So we basically have the right of first refusal and he made five hundred sixty one thousand last year so basically league minimum. Yeah of that. List Nacho and NASA are really the only ones I would say we need to. We need to bring them back. I think so him. Everybody else is expendable. I would like to have though back in Ryan Smith and Ryan Smith but they don't come back. It's it's not going to hurt us. Ed Right and you understand it. You know their cap casualty. And then the guys who I think have little chance of coming back PEYTON BARBARA. With the way that he ran last year and then. Ba has made some comments about the running back corps not mentioned Payton on the wall he basically got replacement Rojas. Yeah last year yes. I think he's done Blaine Gabbert. I'm not sure about. That's really going to depend on what they do at quarterback whether they keep Janus if they bring in Tom Brady. I could see us. Drafting someone to develop underneath Tom Brady which I would love. That's a really cool thing that's done. Well you know it's Kinda like with Brett farve and air rogers. Aaron Rodgers played under bret far years and just learned and. I don't think that we would have Tom Brady that long. But it would be enough. I think to mentor somebody else and look at the quarterback who have come out in the league that have played behind. Tom Brady at Brock Osweiler Garoppolo. He's got a starting job. So we've got Darian Stewart. Who was good depth? I liked him are safety's kind of an issue. We're dealing with ran for me but yeah I would agree with that. So maybe he's someone we can sign for League minimum. We've got all of our starters are young rookies to played really well but again for the depth I think is important Sam Acho at outside linebacker Kevin Minter at inside linebacker Erlewine for. I liked her all he do. Yeah Josh Wells at right. Tackle Andrew Adams Gerald Hawkins to lay I now but you know he didn't do a whole lot. What's he came. Back and again we have starters. He didn't screw up so yeah but he had that one game in two thousand eighteen with three interceptions and those like he peaked during that game. That was more because came to throw the ball more than fifteen dollars. -actly the noodle arm that we've got Gerald Hawkins at tackle Michael Leaky at guard Orion Stewart at corner. He's an exclusive rights free agent as is Brian Mitchell at wide receiver. So I think all these guys are probably gonna be cap. Casualties will see blank average. Really independent like you said if on who we signed as a quarterback when that'd be something if we made him the starter there is no way. Are you on drugs though? 'cause I've always thought it was just horrible. Yeah where was he first at a tax bill and then I mean he's been all over the place sucked everywhere. He went but a faith in him. So thank you never had to go there and play. We ended up getting hurt he was on the IRA so he just collected his paycheck. So that's about nears free agency. I think we're GONNA get a little more activity than we did last year. Hopefully it's good. I don't want to see a lot of bad but I am concerned about these middle tier free agents. I not as much worried about our big guys that we wanNA sign I think. The buccaneers are motivated to get that done. We've got them covered the mid tier guys like you said are all dependent on who we signed a quarterback and how much we pay him. You know I mean if we if we signed Jameis Winston to a thirty million dollar contract and I just think that's outrageous thirty two after looking at all the comparable sales and twenty six twenty seven million. I would be okay with low twenties low Tony Twenty five at the most okay with that would be good because then we could bring back doll. Mid-tier Guy Yeah. I think so too but if we get like Tom Brady at thirty three million. Yeah we'RE NOT GONNA be able to bring back one or two mid tier right. So how much do you want Tom? Brady see worth crawl. Demar Dotson Bell Allenbach Pyramid Scheme. Known AS Roma's Ryan Smith and Antony auclair yeah. I just never know Tom Brady. Come on it would be so crazy but then again at the same time. I don't want Tom Brady to come in here and take us a super bowl win it because it'd be the same thing that happened with Jon. Gruden where everybody gave Jon Gruden credit for us win the Super Bowl. You know if Tom Brady comes here. Takes us in civil wins. Everybody's GONNA say. Oh well definitely. It's Tom Brady and nobody else on. Our team will get any credit for but then again it would be a super bowl. So what are you even talking about? But there's no way I mean James Wisden's talking about a thirty million dollar plus out of his mind we're GONNA pay him that mushy. Tom Brady thirty million. Or James Winston thirty million. I'm paying Tom Brady now. I like James and I would like to see him back for thirty minutes. Now for thirty million not to lose all those guys and when you look at the market I absolutely one hundred percent. Do not want to draft anybody. That's where I draw the line. Yeah Yeah I would draft and let them sit on the bench for awhile but a starter new yeah. I don't WanNa go through that anymore now. Interesting should be gearing up Wednesday with is going to be exciting now. Well Monday to tomorrow morning and we'll find out we're not GONNA do a podcast more though. So we'll do a podcast. Wednesday wants all this stuff starts. Well I gotta do that. Now your enemy is. We're GONNA have so much information Wednesday. You can do that we. We've got two weeks of being teamed in this House. We'll figure out now way. I wanted to remind everybody that Reminding everybody but tell her. If you look at the in the description of the podcast a link there to send a voice message to us. If you want to press on the link and it'll take you can. You can send US Voice Magistrate from your phone or wherever you're at your computer laptop whatever Give us a gives. A.
"ed right" Discussed on Reality Bites - 90 Day Fianc?
"Going into last night. It was going to be a good season where we already have friends soon season. Hi Welcome Reality Bites. It's Meghan J. Tell me about your weekend so this weekend. I had a little fight party. There's way championship bout this weekend. Has Friends over the backyard. Got The fire pits go in and it was a pretty good fight so we had a fun time who was fighting it was. Tyson fury versus Deontay wilder and was it boxing or was it. Msa or boxing okay. They're both undefeated. They actually fought one of the time before and it was a draw. So and is this one of those fights you have to pay to watch was a pay per view event. Yes how `Bout Yourself? I was a little under the weather. It's not corona virus. The good news is it. Give me the perfect opportunity to really get into love blind on Netflix. Check all my. Oh my and so. I have two of my really good friends. The three of us are addicted to it so not only was able to power through all the episodes but then spent hours discussing it might do. And if you're not watching love is wine on Netflix. It is definitely worth it. The finale comes out this Thursday so we were not at the very end yet. There's one like super sized episode coming out on Thursday where they now have to actually decide if they are going to Mary. The people that they met in these pods when the experiments started. But I realize about myself which I think has come about from watching ninety day. Theon say I get so annoyed by all my technical questions. Like where did they sleep? And who decided you know what I mean like they? Don't they never show quarters but they're definitely staying somewhere? They're slipping somewhere. But where are they sleeping? And where are they getting ready? And you know all those little details at drive me nuts they drive me nuts anyways of course last night ninety day fiance before the ninety day season four is kicking off what. I figured out what I love about before. The ninety days is that it's my favorite version of this franchise because of the consistency. So when we watch ninety fiance the couples have already been in relationships for a couple of years. They've met various ways sometimes. They met on a yacht in Europe. Sometimes it's social media. Don't know how many times they've really visited each other before the foreigner arrives in the United States in the ninety day process begins. What I like about this show. Is that none of these? People have met in person yet. That's true and so it's like an equal playing field and they all relatively the same way they all met online. Was facebook instagram. A dating site. There's not like in person introductions through a friend or anything like that so I think that kind of levels the playing field and we start on very neutral blank slate ground so this is like these people have started relationships with complete strangers. Live on the other side of the world and are now planning to fly to wherever this foreigner lives to meet for the first time and they haven't spent time together in person they've never seen each other face to face. That's what I love about before. The ninety days for the nine days is the excitement of new relationship embodied in visual form basically yes and as I was watching it. I was like it's a drug. They are addicted to the idea of a fantasy that they are hoping is real and at this point. They're all convinced it's real but as we know as the season goes on. I'm guessing I love this real kind of throws me every single time. Is that all these people like you said they are visit the personnel inside Israel and everything about them is real when they themselves are lying to the people in giving them a false sense of who they are. Why would you think that it'd be any different for them? The other way around now last night there were three couples that we have not met yet who we are hoping to see in next week's episode. Tom Darcy we know are coming back. We've seen Darcy a wedding dress. We see Tom and her meeting face to face with a winning. I thought it was meant to be a wedding dress but I feel like that's not really the type of Jesse would wear at a wedding. That feels like something right cared. Where at performance news e Party where? She forgot the lyrics to her own song. Las Vegas show. We also have our Caesar Part to David and Lana who she has apparently stood him up twice already when they were supposed to meet in the past and now he thinks this third time is going to be different. We also have Stephanie and Erica. Our first ever same sex couple and I'm assuming we will get to know them on next week's episode so let's start with the couples that we did finally get to meet last night. Do you want to start with your favorite or the favorite. Yes do it okay? Ed Right at enrolling at and Rose Marie. Now let's go through some of the basics of big. Adam Rose Marie they met on facebook. He says he was going through. He was just frightening people. He came across her. She accepted his friend. Requests they've only been talking for three months early pretty early and rose. Marie is twenty three big. Ed is fifty four. He lives in San Diego. She is from the Philippines. She's twenty three. Big Ed's daughter is twenty nine big creepy differences big big difference. Now Rose. Marie has a four year old son named Prince. Who was already calling big Ed Daddy? More creepy this over three months three months can't be good. Well the thing about big Ed is that yes. The age difference is Super Creepy. And.
"ed right" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"You you over two and three the main characters were not in so I am Ben. These two main characters came back as we're back to the phrase that's what brought life anxious Orbach the five six seven eight a rock cave. Jason Sleep Damn Fan engine. Can I ask you what do you like about it. The most is it is it because it is like you say you're saving the world or cars these you're you're getting some former blake did. There's goodness in a message. In these revere memorial venture is not believable. Yeah well it doesn't have to be well. Movies are made of magic words with their more great dirt. They're made to expand your imagination. Have you think give you know living in imaginative world as the core of this will come idea like the action. I like the actors two point. Oh Yeah Charlie part of a family it is because it's things like dodder utter like madmen or whatever the series on TV the people. It's a way to have a a group where you meet People Street. Oh I watched that show too and you have a connection with another person outside of yourself that said a conversation point or a waiter. Yeah have something in Common Ray. You said who it's like Star Wars. It's like anything like it like. It is the same thing as enjoying the color pink. It's always fun to be able to keep you mean like anything now. Oh I like apple buying. You'll have a fire. Hey that's cool I I mean I'm talking to you about it and I've never seen damage but it's brought us together uh great song. solomon-like wasn't listening. More isn't such a good one. It is such a good one. Uh It's because it just reminds me of the eighties. There was such a fun time John We Build L. Descend on Donohue said God Damn Shit was good. Well I really don't you forget about me. There's here's the thing you've been brought into his life to show him these same. I love that. How cool is that? I mean civil wiz wizard. It was a pretty old impacted by all of that John Lewis peering pig sixteen candles breakfast club. The Song of Songs Sim minds at the breakfast. Ed Right is there walking was it or was it was breath. It was great breakfast breakfast. Remember Neo late dance. That's when that's when the mall earing the Molly Ringwald came amen. But Yes oh yes. Oh my gosh. I didn't do that. Thank he's so much knowledge just flying around. It's flying all over sexual over here. This is her gory in. This is a great boot. Yeah exactly it's cool. Dia To this dude fucking Lucille. As fears amazing theory shows odd odd movies not necessarily on but a lot of in news as well Mary Stories Stories. Really Great Parasite was good with twenty minutes. Shorter knives out is really gate. Geez all all over she will Chris telephoto wings as very good. Sir Thank you take care. Wows his thesis Sir Thank you. I love the counter. All oh I like them like it so scary in town being used so cool the other other place that we went to is through all these photos of like all these Hollywood stars ars honey Lincoln your members place being later brighter than it is safer Sur. which came isn't it's eight forty ear nine to five eight forty two? I guess we're GonNa Milk Young. Yes you have the big hefty milk shake. uh-huh yes. Yeah we'll have your unsafe so career Fred Sixty two Tampa milkshake saying. What kind of milkshake? I I love. I love chocolate clip. Yeah can't go wrong with shock Aleph solic- tastes to get to this place has various it's Drawings drawings severe old Hollywood and sort of the other place that we went to so the other place we went to the cafe when one numbers the numbers. If you add sixty two that's eight to keep that. Yeah that's true. We've stead riding. Turn on Carol. Hearing Easter Villain. It takes seven tweeting silly shit. Look if I leave right now is when I get there in time. Accidentally shoots me suits me now. If you leave now and you'll eat right. Where does she talking? I think I managed to gardens. I may miss a flight. So I'm I'm just gonNA take five minutes. Finally now I desert nine kind of wish. We gotTA leave now. Like oh my God sir here. So actually. Yes but we G. R. U. Akita. Get here. Yes that's right you love frank who stepped into the vortex and now you the airport every chases who yoga. That looks like David Bowie's face we have. We had storytime. We did a lot of storytime. storytime Lotta storytime. Where aware bovine news stories taking out there was so much fun we had so much? Greek Chasma conversations were during his. I knew it was going to take a day off to see somebody you know because I always do that rather than just flying right harm. Because they've been you forever so we served get cited to spend time with you and eh you saw great score urban hiking in adventuring through the town museum command. I can't.
"ed right" Discussed on Fantasy Theatre
"They just played on Thursday night. A few that wasn't that long of October right in the cardinals. Put Up Twenty five in that game. The game finished twenty eight to twenty five and I know this is In San Francisco and that defense has been really good but actually they actually liked the plus Eleven and a half half bet better than I do the over under because I think this could be a really tight game with the especially. I've I'm just a little bit more down San Francisco offense. It's than you are this week so I think that goes well for cardinals bus eleven and a half and not so much the over so I understand why Vegas has it. That low but I you know I'm with with Gregg with both of those bats are learning. They're my favorite bits the week I can't believe the numbers for those game because short week earlier in put up fifty three. Yeah my last best. Bet I got the chiefs minus four. There's the chargers. The raiders the raiders. who were just suddenly? What a half a game backing of the cheese at this point their next two weeks they get the bengals in the jets? Go seven four two great I think the writers about seventy seventy four the chiefs right now. Six and four and they get to play the chargers this week Senate foreign six. They just lost to the raiders season on the brink. I think this this is two desperate teams away but this game is going to become a rallying cry for the chiefs if they don't win this game there in a straight up. Dogfight the rest of the season with the the raiders for the division. They have an opportunity to put the charters away and I think they will. Mahomes did not miss a beat last week. The do the two I do too so good so good I think they just they. They run wild on the chargers and Philip rivers desperately tries to keep those their season perhaps his Los Los Angeles career alive in Mexico City. I believe this game is going to be played but I think the chiefs they win handedly they win by double digits that was I. I think that was my next is my fifth favorite bed of the week because yeah that the chiefs are angry. They lost last week to surprise. You didn't mention that already. Chief just lost to the titans on a last minute field goal block it was. It was amazing. I was almost in tears. It was a great moment but immediately afterward I was like I'm not GonNa let myself get too excited. Yeah this we're still five and five. Were probably going eight nine still. It's awesome moment doggy wrong. Fantastic moment last last week I think last week was the week of the NFL. That just strange things happen. You know what I blame underdogs. We're all over the place all the blame. That black cat from from Sunday night football ever that black cat run across the field. Strange Steve All over the NFL. You would be the the one who bring up the black cat my such a weird wait last week. It's over. GimMe Gimme the chiefs this week. I love that love that big. GimMe all the give me all the papers. There's this week. That was the the Monday night game in New York between the twin giants and the boys because there was a story that came out and this was like I hated all the black cat jokes. I was tired of immediately but one story came out that stadium. Like has an infestation of them like were they were talking hundreds of cats. Let's that live there. They have taken over what they like. Live under it. So that's the way it was interesting. Yeah that isn't just that's how one was able to get on the field because they live there. I did like the announcers calling the cat like he was a player. Oh Yeah oh the that was Kevin. Harlan was it was really good. It was great and he actually really got eight. The best part. He's a true professional. The cat was running. He stopped him. And I think the two and Kevin Harlan stop and did a read for the red zone for his for his sponsor for other for the red zone sponsor. Perfect I like that is that is true professionalism. I think he's squeeze it right and to the middle of a cat scoring a touchdown it's just magical. FBI over Tuesday everywhere because that shows you how terrible that game was though the most the best thing to come you was a cat as a cowboys fan. Describe it to me. Are you watching this pillow fight. It was it was rough week. Eleven Greg I do do I do have one more thing. I've one team that's four six You know but three weeks left so you know what I'm what I I might do. I'm sitting on a couple of really good running backs and you know when I can't play this week. Saquon Barkley he's owned by. I can't play him this week. I need a win. I I need to win out. I need three wins the last three weeks. If you're sitting on somebody like Aaron Jones like saquon Barkley Derrick Henry. WHO's been great this year? It might be time to try to get rid of one of those guys. You can't win the league unless you're in the playoffs guys don't be afraid to trade your big asset especially if they're owned by especially got had some hard match-ups coming up right. Now's the time to do it if you're at four and six you're still in this. I've made the playoffs actually won a League at seven and six couple years ago I was the very last seed in the playoffs. Won The entirely rolled through Do not be afraid to to leverage some of these guys that are really good and train them to try to get some of these guys who are in the playoffs. I mean these guys are sitting seven seven three or something like that target those guys get your good player trying to get a couple of pieces back. I wrote down some names here. Would you want to try to get is guys. You want to get a base and you want to give them upside guys that have six games left. That's still have some special. Yeah so I wrote like like. Here's to a target even though we're down this week Oto Beckham junior high and Devon single. Terry if you can trade saquon to those guys you got your Bass and you got upside chains white. Michael Gal Robert Woods and Stefan Digs John James Connor John Brown David. Montgomery Joe Mix. Yes Joe Mixing get him off forties teams. That are pretty good as your base. Get you a good upside Don Brown type player with him and you you could you can maybe make that leap for these. Last few weeks leaks is not over here. Foreign six never over. I one of my legs. I think actually been at six hundred seventy made the playoffs year. Because I've however fail because I was a high score it was a score a tiebreaker. In so again. Don't be afraid to try. You gotTa make the playoffs. Who Cares saquon Barkley? Who cares what you do? It rains you commit this point if we need them. If you need to be in the playoffs get rid of some of these guys before the game start this week. Yeah absolutely and if you're one of those teams in that Seven and three rate and to position. And you know you're in the playoffs to be seeking that I'm in I'm in one of those positions one leg one position the other league in. I'm trying to work with both ends of that. Ed Right now yup So yeah very stupid point there for sure what else you got can Lebanon. I'm excited I'm really am. I had a great week last week and looking forward to another great week this week. I'm a better hitting Let's go it's all go rich baby. Good luck to you and yours. The last three weeks of the regular season. Screw kickers Sir take..
"ed right" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"Like do you have a business card is like fuck in one thousand nine hundred five like what people give me that shit take a picture of it handed and it back. They walk away then. I delete the picture later buddy. What am I gonNA do with this. What am I gonNa do with all these degrees. You're the head of Espresso Development. Wow somebody man that must be cool. How does that feel or your other title that I hear of all the time something like that. It's it's just like a like director of innovation or some shit like that. I love to create. I the directing actor who director of acting director director yeah the acting directly both here at Katyn cloud the fake. No shouldn't make fake business cards nope. We're working our way away from that paper business guard. We Metal Business Cards Seles. No one ever feels like they need a business card. I mean a lot of people feel like they need a business card but I'm GonNa tell you right now. You don't need any business card now. You have a phone that works active active Business Card at plus. It's not really you know it's temporary hi. It's really it's like eating candy. Dopamine hit you like Oh unimportant now. Yeah I'm validated and then you just go back in settle into that new normal. You're just a person with a business card every so often. It's power play too because then the person who is you know a big time executive. They're all your card and then you're like you. Don't have one oh you don't have to Carpool in a more. I don't run the super sick Amazon circles like you. I love telling I don't have a car. Do you have a business card. Nah Good. I am who I am to find me. You'll figure it out worried about it have google and Google Google Google it or if you really care you know put your number in my phone unnoticed you get cast off. Let's get like I know I have the boot now they really. They really tricked me because you'll get your boot next week and I was like circa. I'M GONNA be walking around this space boot but that shouldn't happen. I win in there well. You do have a space. I have the space boot but they took the cast off. Exposed your mini leg. Those my tiny leg put the boot on their like. You need to be on crutches still for two more weeks and your leg is too small fully heels but against sleep without the boot on with how is that it's way better yeah well there but you when you roll over with all this thick choking clunker. I slept really good the last couple of nights. I hadn't slept for like I ends up proper for like three weeks letting go out. Did you kick Jenny ever laying on my back with the foot elevated so I only had one sleeping position which on your back doc I didn't. I kick my leg a couple times but now I'm supposed to. I wiggle my toe. Everyday physically grabbed his toe. Move it back and joystick take that super stiff toe yoga and I'm supposed to do call it a toga all the time. Take the boot off do it. My leg looks disgusting. Super Ver- fucking gross. It's like the nastiest thing ever but the doctor seemed to think that it's looks really good and it's healing really well. I love your legs and it's not too swollen. They're like Oh. You're doing really good. It looks good. Thanks guys great. Scar looks kind of weird right now but they're like us this new kind of stuff. It's GonNa look real nice all these new new stuff. I mean it's a different kind of stitch. I get it and they're like once this like heels up. You'll barely be able to see it. It'll be really early clean so all looking for clean. Intel two more weeks two more weeks till I can boot around for another week or so. Ah Raises so annoyed straight single lakes the most annoying thing is just being home like we talked about home all day. I can't drive in my car. I'm just like sitting here. The one time a stick shift is lame. It's lame. I'm just like cool. I even thought about but I don't want to but if it gets they put out stuck in between the break and the three way to get pushed off. Why did not trying to put anybody in danger including yourself? I don't know yeah after another week. I might decide that. I need to put someone else in danger because I just can't handle handle it anymore. It's not inspiring only be at home new yeah. That's for sure Super Wack. It's the worst to just be at home especially for yeah people such as ourselves all these projects. I'm like Oh. I'M GONNA get hyped and like I'm not hyped at all skateboarding hype well. It's one of your to see like dude. Just going into a different neighborhood would get me hyper uber to the meeting. I'll check it out. You'll box like uber down down and go to the meeting like going. Downtown's downtown's like this treat for this new environment five hours. I'm like yes. That perspective changed Hooper Rat Uber Back. It's lame. Come pick me up though visit Torrisi resells. Dope Yeah Risi came shouts Vertigo Vertigo not anymore. Kalbarri coffee represent present. He came through guys. That was pretty dope sick buds he was he was hyped so I was just like all right. I felt like I was too low energy for everybody though the legs sucking all the energy right out of the dementia. It's getting smaller. I'm getting fatter and weaker because this is like works. They've been like two weeks. He's been four weeks on its been muscle atrophy after two weeks now so your legs atrophied leg is like but your other leg is honking other other league is pretty good. Yeah yes sick defined the girl who was putting the Buddha like cinching it up at the top and she was literally like Oh pull the calves really small I think lady. Can you do something to boost my ego because that's what I need right now. I don't need you to tell me how small my my leg is really. Squeeze the fat from your ankle up until your calf and then put the boot on so just sticks pat it. You'RE GONNA make it look like toothpaste stupid. toothpastes Zik like bull calf muscle there it would be gross but it would be bigger roles else. That's fucking you could like shake it and Jiggle it. chizzy likes old bone broth pretty loose it is it's like it's take a gelatine gels consistency thought but a little it's like God to we are now. He's turning into fat. Do the probably not muscle itself. That's what Arnold said if it jiggles it's fat. That's what Arnold said Yeah. What do you think you'd say now. What did he say now. I is this a recent quote. It was like data admiral. That's like you know people are like Oh. I can't tell if I think I'm like strong. I'm pretty tone or whatever and he's like jiggles. It's fat fat or not. You know you know if you're overweight. That was that Arnold thing that was like Bodybuilder Arnold pump but dude. It's even did I tell you that listen. We talk about the Arnold Inspirational speech that I listen to know Schwarzenegger's inspirational. I mean I'm not surprised yeah. It's from like this year last year from the last couple couple of years and I I don't know why but turned it on those because Arnold popped up and I love Arnold and he just starts talking just about due to put a link to it. If anybody wants to watch people probably can't handle that shit though he's he's like. He just talks about his whole thing like terminating. Yes being like the him as an immigrant as well. That's that's actually really interesting and Rad because he made it work and he like chases dreams James. I know that majorly gnarly super heart. Maybe I talked about on the podcastone. Alex is on. I think I talked about it but I don't know got me got me soup or palms and what was he who is speaking to he. He was speaking to a big crowd. It was this big huge found out some hyper exclusive entrepreneur gathering during the guy puts it on films the whole thing yacht somewhere powerball or conference sure and I think it's in Germany somewhere okay so he does the intro in German gauge switches to English for the bulk of Ed Right. It's like a record it and it's a lot of the most classic a a lot of the most classic shit that you've ever heard like you can do it but he just. I don't know it's interesting this thing to hear. Someone's take because you can see like as you can see is whole journey about people like dude. You're never going to be a bodybuilder one year in Austria. There's no body builders here. That's not like a career path that you can take like my parents didn't want me to do it. They want me to say like work on a farm and marry some girl girl named Hilda or something like for sure that would've made them happy and he's like no. I'm going. I'm going to the US. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA figure this out. I'm I'm GonNa go and he went. He came to be an actor or do you come into bodybuilding. Maybe a body built right. You WanNa be a bodybuilder. That's what he was inspired by so you know he started working out and then even even just like figuring out how to get here was a whole thing when he got here. He's he doesn't have shit so he just goes to the gym shows up Bill. There's little community right you talk about people dropping off chairs tables pots and pans at his house because he was training at the gym and he didn't have they didn't have anything that's super yeah appeal helpful. That's helpful like humanity save the day yeah finding like the little community so he's got his little niche community and then just like he just talks about. He talks about his his mindset of people are asking him like how do you train so hard or when you watch the old like pumping iron. He's just like hyped in the gym. He was every day just like stoked in you know he's like joking around like talking with people and also just crushing. It's so hard and he's like I. He's if you want to do something big like the first rule of success is like you have to have a vision. If you don't have a vision here's going to wander around and around and around. You'll get somewhere maybe but it probably won't be where you want want to go right. Just end up wherever the path takes you because there's all these things that are pulling for your attention pulling pulling you whether it's like pop culture or social. She'll norms are just like Oh. I need to do work and do this. This that and other parents want me to do that. He's like fuck that you gotTa have a vision so I had a vision. I wanted to be Mr Olympia Olympia. That's like my vision super clear vision of what I wanted to do right so everything that I needed to do is to support that vision so share like I'm dying underneath the barbell but like I can't wait. I can't wait to do the next like three hundred Squat Reps. I can't wait wait to do the next benchpress. I can't wait to do this thing because everything that I do. Even though it's super painful it's building towards that ultimate vision and like every day like waking up with that sense of clarity and minds where this is what I'm here for this is what I'm GonNa do right. which is it's amazing because it's very focus super focused and maybe his home life was maybe like the small leg? It's really oh well. He didn't have small. I mean he tells he he was and I think this speaks. Nobody wants to hear this shit but this is the attitude that a lot of people who are going to be the fucking best have. He doesn't talk about this in this speech but he talks about it in pumping iron to where he was training for. I can't remember which Mr Olympia but it was coming up on on the contest is in like a month or two and his dad died in Austria where they're from and his mom's like he died. We're going to have the funeral you gotta come home and he's like no I can't. I'm training for this thing. This is what I was put on this earth to do right my main focus dad's already dead..
"ed right" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But that's why I said they need to put it in contract, Aaron, t contracts, let guys know what can come from playing football, the violent injuries, the CPV's concussions, the after football stuff that can happen to you if you play this game, if that's in the contract with guaranteed in the contract, and we're going to guarantee some part of your contract percentage wise. Whatever it may be. I think that should be implemented that way. You could keep the game. Let me be clear. Let me hold on Ed Reed. Let me be clear from my listeners. You're saying what should be implemented in the contract as a guarantee specifically, what are you talking about? I'm talking. I'm talking about the questions, the injuries, the stuff dying from you could die from playing football, maybe people, you know, and this is how you know these are the things that happen to ex players, you know, seek he, you know, in other words, make the players aware of the risk, put it down in writing. So when they dotted lines absolves u. from culpability as a league, that's what you're say. Yes. Yeah, exactly. You implement and all these other rooms right? Implement that, you know what can happen from football, you know it can happen. We all know what can happen, but yet along, we still have these kids playing recreation. Oh football or ham at each other, you know, making helmet the helmet contact on at the little league level. Do you know what I'm saying? We got guys that have been paralyzed and the college level, you know? So yes, you have to put this stuff in there. This is what's gonna happen to you. MRs will happen to your kid, man if he plays this game. Got it. You know, got it Ed right here with Steven. A. on ESPN radio and ESPN news are you? Are you going to coach in the NFL man? Are you gonna coach the NFL. I would love to be man if I can get the right ownership, the right staff in our little alley in Baltimore after all you different that organization. I mean, I don't. I don't know. So what. I think you have to that question. What you need me for shoddy. Do you need me to call you need me to call John? Is that what you need me to do every because you should be coaching? Should they have? They have a number. And read right here was every right here with Steven on ESPN radio. Let me ask you this because as as you look back on your career, the illustrious career that you had what was so special. I mean, when you think about defense's into days day and age and how we brag about certain defenses that exist, obviously, boss a Baltimore was one of them during your heyday with Ray Lewis in the crew. What if you had to really pinpoint and dissect it for for folks that may not know any better? What do you believe was the ingredients to y'all success as a defensive unit? Tradition in leadership, you know, we had, we had certain things, then certain standards we had that guy had to really uphold. You know, I came from, I came from a background football where guys looked out for each other, you know, in order to win, you had to work together and be on the same page. You have to know each other, you know. So the things we did going out together watching together doing those little things just to become even closer as a as family because we were family, you know, it was a family away from my family. You know, because I got a lot more time with those guys than I did with my own family, you know? So that's standard that we really have. We had a standard, you know, on defense that that where the standard from the the secondary position for myself and my DVD's. That we were going to say, and it was gonna trickle down. He designed back to the d. line to the whole defense to the offense to say, this is how we work, and it's going to be done every day, you know. So when you when you're leading as I did by Japanese, I, you know that that that's going to say more than anything. 'cause I think people see which doing before they actually hear what you're saying and read right here with Steven..
"ed right" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Draft week is finally here a week you hate so much it forced you to take a sabbatical from writing that a fairly certain hasn't ended yet anyway mel todd riddick winco is this heaven no it's the nfl draft adam schefter five phone conversations at once collision course nearly impossible to eat a stouffer french french bread pizza without burning the roof of your mouth is that true put it on the poll guillermo put that on the ed right about that deposit it's not possible to do and your tongue by the way to then it's a tradition unlike any other roland garros chris paul's team it trouble in the postseason called gm trump they're in trouble trouble hey you got a game four tonight in minnesota they're not very good horton's not right cappella doesn't look to be right and i'll tell you the t wolves are pretty talented team wiggins karl anthony towns who finally showed up congratulations you finally played in a playoff game karl anthony towns and then i get some confidence and they are rolling and the rockets are in trouble gulch gm chris ballard said trading down from number three to number six in this year's draft proves assurance in andrew luck future saying we're pretty confident in where he's at just so we're all clear this is where he's at he hasn't thrown a football since october of two thousand seventeen at by the way ballard it's your job to not be pretty confident but one hundred percent confident of where he's at why am i so upset by this i don't know just a stupid thing to say.
"ed right" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Well the first was my grandfather mmhmm and then you know second wasn't ed right in the end a marty's wag what was your relationship with marty's like for you yunnan's listening zweig was a very famous technician owned at i think it was the most expensive home in america at one point beyond the top at here year bear hotel radio ballroom and rare laurent roux kaiser and he had all the beatles outfits near lonrho's out uh and which quite a remarkable individual and and how did marty a affect you'd his studies in you know he he was just brilliant in in uh l also was would tell you that the this is utter ripley's believe it or not that uh talking about figures that i was partners with marty in ned in not one but two retail letters in both went south really which i would have thought would be impossible to do let me tell you that's a that's question number seven let's ask it now tell me about a time you've failed in you learn from it marty's wyche and net davis two of the most successful technicians in history how did you not make a go of those newsletter um of a good question uh but i i think you know one was a bond letter right and it goes back to timing no well and stand as it goes up the heaven and the holy when calls men insist can you explain the bond market to me said anybody can explain the bond market's very funny we had a bond letter and the for whatever reason that i think ned marty's forte was not in bonds but i don't i really don't remember i try to suppress that's the press it at uh i think more importantly i think it it it was the retail is is this is a much more difficult market then selling to instititions like hell yard so you know learn the one lesson i learned from that is that uh you know stick dance with them who bring you that that's a that's a fair question what about investors any investors affect the way you look at business or finance.
"ed right" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Right all of the sexual launcher muncro the montgomerie to weigh down go monster with ed right so in these in season one you see very very brief mentions of this for the younger kids you know uh mike korea has a crush on eleven and and that's not really resolve and it can't hangs over in season to the lucas and and bike nuggets name they have a crush on on maxx and she joins the party and you know the sort of a book the the the sexual tension i guess if you want if you want to call back we continues the play out over the course of four episodes but then the other interesting thing elonge spain than is what's going on will right we we said earlier the puberty is the monster within and what happens to will smoke monster enters all bathe all organs of or or is this of his body ruled loses control over his body it does strings things that you just can't explain and no he that he feels cold and another promptly to do irrational things like scribble allotment in make bunch doodles so all that is to say stranger things season to at least in significant part is about puberty makes oh to your disagree go ahead do a bunch of really emoji drawings i mean i think it's about puberty metaphorically right leg we're we're maybe be about trauma literally about like you know surviving threats to your life literally i feel like it's about puberty metaphorically it it is of but i did notice that like you know the the monster that comes out of.
"ed right" Discussed on Deadcast
"Redford ed rights in he says what do you think is the lowest amount of time of consecutive hours of person has slept but talking about being in a coma sleep or anything like that i'm talking about holy crap and tyres l need some shuttle 48 hours 72 what do you think the number of consecutive hours a person slept the record that'd be around at 48 hours naveh piece of evidence to support my theory here um so this was told to me by my high school roommate and she said this happened to one of her friends in high school so they have their parents go outta town on friday afternoon and of course they're gonna throw big rage the bake a big trey of uprona and in then they leave it out to cool and what are you know this tiny little you know shit sewer terrier dog of that size um it's about half the tray odd in so you got chocolate you got weed in this dog is just wrecked in so it sort of totters over in falls asleep on its bed and sleep through the whole party sleeps through all of saturday and at this point they think it's dead in they're freaking out because the parents are conroy to africa go yeah and they you know the parents are coming back near like holy shit we killed you know roscoe or whatever and how we can explain that we fed and pop easily died and then lo and behold sunday afternoon the dog wakes up looks extremely confused totters over is water bowl drinks the whole thing and then goes back to sleep for an hour and then wakes up and he's fine back to normal needed american that dog just pulled off the most superhuman are super dog feet of a stomach endurance of history you know i bet it was even more the nerve wracking for them when the dog eight all those pop rise because you know damn well they it the other half of the tray so not only a crucial paranoid that you've killed the dog and said that you're then you're essentially it's a weekend but then years do stoned of your asked it feels like it's eight years oh yeah and it's an edibles that you know sticks with you for ever.