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Rams dominate matchup of tough defenses, beat Bears 24-10
"The rams defense allowed just three points in a twenty four ten win over the bears Taylor Rapp made an end zone interception on a pass deflection by Troy hill Aaron Donald led defense held Chicago to one hundred eighty two yards over the first three quarters in building a twenty four three lead Josh Reynolds and Gerald ever caught touchdown passes from Jared Goff who threw for two hundred nineteen yards any Jackson returned a fumble eight yards with seven and a half minutes remaining for Chicago's only TD Nick Foles passed for two hundred sixty one yards the bears who managed just forty nine yards on the ground I'm Dave Ferrie
White House chief of staff: 'We are not going to control the pandemic'
"Trump's chief of staff, argued on national TV today that we're not going to control the pandemic comb was Nick Papa reports, health officials in our state don't agree. The president has been White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in a fiery exchange with Jake Tapper on, CNN says even though Copan 19 isn't a death sentence, we're not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we Get Vaccines Therapeutics because of how the virus spreads. Meadow says the U. S won't be able to control covert 19. This comes as the vice president continues to travel across the country campaigning after two of his aides tested positive for the virus. At a time when cases air rising in almost every state in the country. Health officials here say Controlling the spread is possible or much better prepared kind of going into the fall, then we were back in the spring last week, state health officials said. The rising numbers are concerning here in Washington, especially since we're seeing transmission rates for the amount of people getting infected by someone with the virus still above the desired amount of one. We want to avoid that, and I think we can all help with that. That's comas. Nick Pappas reporting two people were
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows tells CNN's Jake Tapper 'we're not going to control' COVID 19 pandemic
"Trump's chief of staff, argued on national TV today that we're not going to control the pandemic comb was Nick Papa reports, health officials in our state don't agree. The president has been White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in a fiery exchange with Jake Tapper on, CNN says even though Copan 19 isn't a death sentence, we're not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we Get Vaccines Therapeutics because of how the virus spreads. Meadow says the U. S won't be able to control covert 19. This comes as the vice president continues to travel across the country campaigning after two of his aides tested positive for the virus. At a time when cases air rising in almost every state in the country. Health officials here say Controlling the spread is possible or much better prepared kind of going into the fall, then we were back in the spring last week, state health officials said. The rising numbers are concerning here in Washington, especially since we're seeing transmission rates for the amount of people getting infected by someone with the virus still above the desired amount of one. We
ICYMI: Popl beams contacts to phones
"Of the big problems many of us has is nobody wants to hand out business cards anymore but everybody wants our contact information. What to do I, think we all have a bunch of different solutions but nick. And Jason Alvarez Cohen have happy device called paypal which can pass on your information and the guys are here and they're going to tell you all about it. He Nick and Jason Jeff send thank you for having us on. Sure. Tell us about poppel. So. Papa. Is Your new digital business card. It's a small thing you put on the back of your phone. And then all you have to do is just tap it to someone else's phone like this. It sends a push notification to that phone and win that notification is clicked at sends you right to send them right to my profile, which has my website, my instagram, my phone number, all of my contact information right on their screen. Okay. So what you just showed me was a little round ball basically and in you you I, guess he velcro or something or or a magnet or as probably a magnet right to. And it sticks to the back and then it then up your APP in that swirl, your contact information is in Europe. They have a pop up, it opens up in that but if they don't have the APP, it opens up in the browser and the key to the product is that the other person does not need poppel or an APP for you to share your mation. Believe that the Pablo's are very inexpensive how much they sell for Fourteen ninety nine for basic potholes and nineteen ninety nine for premium populous. What is a premium poppel? A premium poppel has nicer textures this one. For example, we poppel prism. It's kind of. Holographic. The basic ones are black white pink, blue jays color. Yeah and the premium ones are. Little, fancy same functionality, just different looking field Lyndon Okay and obviously once you once you download your APP, you then spend time in putting your basic. referrals. Correct, it's very easy setup you get your pop in the mail you you you put in what you want. Then you activate it with your phone and then you're all set. So you can put on your phone upon your laptop on your car, your Papa anywhere. It'll share where you want to share. So if you put it on your laptop and I had somebody in the office. Where I met somebody at starbucks right in a post Kobe world and I wanted his or her information. They would just put their phone in front of the Little Poppel that was on my laptop Yep. It's that easy. What motivated you guys to come up with this idea? Greg Russia. Well, we're both recent college grads and we learn about the psychology at how cool is and how native it is in modern phone. So we saw this use case as two guys who never used. A really cool phone, the phone method of Sheriff Mason which we did often. So we saw the cell division just credit. All right. Well, congratulations people can get it and is it Papa Dot Com. Pablo. Dot Co.. Dot, co-. Or Whatnot. or on. Amazon
Los Angeles Dodgers beat Tampa Bay Rays in Game 3 of the World Series
"Change top of the seventh inning. The Rays of 54 lead on the first lead change of the World Series. The Brandon allow home run and Buster the tying run a third. The go ahead, run it second. Pitching change and will Smith coming to the plate? And when the Dodgers scattered will Smith. One thing that jumped out to them was this was a player who always maintained his composure. And we've seen it throughout this postseason driven and 13 runs already. And Dan a great opportunity right here. Absolutely 2nd and 3rd 1 out What game? I mean, both managers just especially Kevin Cash, trying to do everything. He could do to put out the fire right now, and they put it out. And then the next inning, there's another fire in the next inning. There's another fire, and he's already gone through Thompson, Fairbanks, Castillo, Luke and now Nick Anderson, their best reliever during the regular season, But his Buster talked about in singing, talked about not throwing as well in the postseason. He comes in and inherits the 2nd and 3rd 1 out situation up a run. With Will Smith, the batter and Cody Bellenger on deck.
Early, In-Person Voting Centers Will Expand Across The Washington, D.C. Region As Election Day Nears
"Of the election process around here, as D C and Maryland are set to open there in person. Early voting centers this coming week. People have been mailing in their ballots ahead of the presidential election. But now in person early voting will be available for everyone starting Monday in Maryland and Tuesday in D. C for a look at all the locations open for in person early voting head to w t o p dot com and Search Voter guide. Alicia Alexander, elections administrator for Prince George's County, tells NBC For those who do not want a wear mask, we will as that they both outside while in person. Early voting is about to start in D C and Maryland It's been ongoing in Virginia since mid September. Nick
Boston Shoppers Prepare For Potential Second Coronavirus Wave
"Cases rise across the nation, recent survey of shoppers shows two thirds of them are now stocking up on essentials again out of fear that a second wave third wave of covert 19 piddly two shortages at grocery stores, BBC TV's Nick Cartman's ass some Bostonians what they think Mary Jo Cimoli had a tough time finding certain staples in the spring, so she has been preparing for shortages. You know, with all this stuff coming up, we wanted to be sure that if there's another big spike like there was in July And there wasn't the spring we were ahead of people buying all the canned goods and toilet paper. Even with all the safety measures in place inside grocery stores, many shoppers still feel uneasy about going inside. So they changed the shopping habits completely. I have, like different times. I want to go shopping, or I've actually Chose the option to get like it delivered like that's just more convenient because I don't have to expose myself to like everyone else. New covert numbers out this afternoon, Massachusetts reporting 1128 new cases, bringing the total number above 146,008. More
Washington DC's National Opera Offers Pop-Up Opera Truck to Bring Live Operatic Performances to the Community
"Of the pandemic, the Washington national operators bringing sweet sounds, the audiences throughout the area with its pop up operas Washington National Opera Cape for its young artists are bringing their art to where people run their Saturday errands We sing without masks were far enough apart and we do not face each other. Everyone we're singing. Samuel Weiser is one of the live performers at the free concert stage from a repurposed truck called the Concert truck. It's designed and operated by Susan Wong and her partner, Nick Looby. We're just very happy to be continuing to give great music to people throughout D c. Maryland Virginia area, It's socially distanced pop up. Opera in Vienna, Virginia. Tick Uliano W. T Open. A lot of people seem to love HBO's for
"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 01
"I watch Nick Foles press conference. And he you know, he got he got emotional over being questioned them about them not being very good. And I think coach Nagy was irritated to kind of like, you know Peggy my my answer was a welcome to Chicago and you play off with a really good defense, right? So, they'll get used to it, you know, as long as you win games nothing else really does matter. I mean, obviously when you look at them from an analyst standpoint, you're wondering when they get into that wage work or if an office desk or twenty one point early or three touchdowns. Can we score 28 to 30 points which they have? I think they get the bulk. Is it put up 30 points or the phone number? To go to Indiana fell but like you said pay you and you watch that defense, they're extremely good and they got one thing that a lot of good teams and teams that have good success with the formula of the defense wins games. They create chaos with a quarterback and they speed up the offense is clogged which creates turnovers. So that defense to me on film look up to dominate not only been six weeks, but that's secondary to find the involved the defense side how good they've been playing is that secondary is playing really well also, so so, you know and thought we'd love to say there's no pictures on the scorecard. I don't care how you got that birdie. A birdie is a birdie a win is a win but we would have loved for it to be beautiful and to be you know them be a great well oiled machine, but how long can they sustain this throughout the rest of the NFL season? We're about to file really quickly here. Right? We got the Rams. We
South Carolina vs. LSU Football Preview
"Certainly one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the day tomorrow night in Baton Rouge between South Carolina and Lsu. Castaneda joining us from down there Quin. Thank you very very much. Appreciate the time, and it looks like a weather. Is An issue for what's going on down there right now? Well, just for the moment I'm across the street Tiger Stadium's to my left in their facility straight across the street I'm about to record up and advancer for tomorrow and had a little lightening. got. Dark severe winds and pouring but you can see the nicer weather up on the horizon. So things should be back to normal about ten minutes. We'll good because. That is a place that doesn't need Louisiana does not need any more bad weather. Quinn let's talk a little bit before we get to the game just about your job this year it's different I'm sure. A lot of zoom calls a lot of unusual situations caused by the pandemic. How would you describe the the obvious difference between this and every other year you've been on the sidelines for ESPN and ABC. Well, it's taken a lot of the fun out of it taken a lot of the things that I enjoyed get on campus to meet with the coaches to talk to the strength coaches just to get a vibe for how that team's doing and you learn so much whether it's Roman down the hallway and talking to a tight ends coach or bumping into a recruiting intern about video, they just paint so so that. Part of my investigation is is far less exciting. This year there's no social aspects in terms of our TV crew, our TV team so it's just zooms and when I'm on the road I'm the only one here are our broadcast crew will will broadcast this from Bristol. I'm the only one here. So I kind of treat this like I'm a spy, I don't touch anything I talked to strangers and I couldn't. quit. There's always a challenge on the sidelines especially. When there is weather but is it any or how different is it i? Guess I'm trying to ask dealing with the crew. Fifteen hundred miles away or maybe longer or farther right upstairs nothing you can see them but you at least know that they were seeing the same thing you're seeing. Yeah there's a little bit of a time delay in the audio so it can be anywhere from two seconds four seconds. So I've been on a crew with Jason Bonetti and Rod Gilmore. The last couple years Mike spent hot the whole game this year I've changed crews almost every week, and because we're doing it remotely. They can't have my mic on because we'd be talking over each other. So we do it old school and I'll talk to the producer I talked back and say, Hey, after the third down, play I wanNA talk about upon her coming out for hey, if they make a first down here I want to talk about how they're tight ends doing a great job so. Do it old school and go through the go through the producer in the in the remote truck. In order in order to get on air whereas in the past I could just talk and we were seamless. Clean on the sidelines I mean to say the least there are restrictions what are they and how much do you have to tiptoe around? It's really not bad. I mean we won I. Did a game not they actually made me call the game from the stands in the front row was good seat but I really couldn't get a feel for what was going on on the benches since then they've just widened appalled widen areas it's actually easier now because there's less hangers on, there's less alums, there's less NFL scouts until the sidelines are vacant and it makes my job a lot easier. I also feel pretty secure in that the players and coaches have all been tested recently as recently as Friday or Saturday morning. So I, feel good in that regard So it's actually almost easier less fans less crowds more space. Speaking of testing. How often do you have to be tested? we test once a week it's either an ad home test, and then you mail it in test results come back in about thirty six hours or it's an onsite tasks on a Thursday afternoon then you quarantine. And then Friday, they released you so so far knock on wood six for six negative tests. That would be Kinda. Nerve wracking you show up at a game and you have to sweat it out and you hope you don't get a a Nick Sabin positive. Let's talk about the game because. It's a really interesting game. Let's start with South Carolina just your. As I know you do gather as much information as you can you probably would like to. Be Able to gather more in person but. Your impressions of what you've seen to them and and what you expect. Well they beat Auburn as you know, and they got the three turnovers and converted those in touchdowns. My issue was South Carolina's they're operating an offense with very limited downfield wide receiver threats shy Smith is a natural slot receiver. Colin Hill is is working Mike, Lobos offense efficiently and their offensive line in running backs or carrying the day. Okay. That's with this team is I'm not sure they're ever going to be a high scoring team defensively they're really good corners who can shut you down they add to the box so. I think South Carolina given that Lsu has a freshman quarterback. I'm leaning towards them having some success defensively in this ball game. So I kinda like Carolina's ability to negate lsu with a freshman quarterback but Carolina's physical they're tough. They're not nothing flashy about him and I think big plays are hard for them I. Think they have to manufacture find ways to manufacturer big plays but I think this team is definitely moving in the right direction I. Think they've improved each week. And the other side of that you alluded to the quarterback situation team that has struggled mightily on defense quarterback play has been pretty good I. Know I know it's impossible to gauge because we don't really have a lot of information but. What have you what have you been able to learn about where they are right now? Yet, teach gets the start a freshman Ponchatoula high school. He's gigantic six, six, two, hundred and forty two pounds nets down from to sixty s a big toll righty and you watch his high school tapes just drops in the pocket and he conflict the ball and it goes forty yards without him even trying he seems like he's calm. He's Louisiana product of this dream for him the ADRENALIN will be running. Also expect to see, Max? Johnson. The son of NFL, quarterback Brad Johnson a lefty also tall but more of a dual threat and when you think about calling the game around a freshman quarterback making his first start, you know any kind of run game would be beneficial and to put the quarterback in successful positions. Early in the game, get him hit but but get a couple first downs give him some easy throws and I think that'll be on the mind of lsu going to be a little more conservative game plan I'd. Imagine. You know he's got targets downfield terrace Marshall their running game I thought was anemic Missouri game that was the most disappointing part of the game in my eyes Missouri was without three defensive tackles in that game and Lsu had no running game whatsoever good news for the Tigers to get Ed Ingram back at left guard. But this is an offense through the air with Miles Brennan that's been outstanding. But now you've got a new freshman quarterback. So expectations drop again, I'm seeing a little bit more of a lower scoring game here. In Clinton's you've seen them. The. Biggest used on defense. Would give. Horrible And coach today sentence embarrassing. Alignment. Very, often they're they're moving at a snap making checks that is when the coverage changes on the fly because of emotion because of formation change that has been a dismal day of given up big play after big play against Mississippi State, it was more catching and run the air raid defense was was atrocious quite honestly continued to play man defense got shredded by crossing patterns but I was at the Mizzou game and That game was defined by busts. I mean just blatant bus where I got him. No you got to I got you got him guys wide open touchdown in the running game. Their linebackers are not playing physical. They're not playing north not playing north. They're not getting to the line of scrimmage and engaging blockers to waiting for runners they're missing tackles remember the tyler beatty runs Missouri fiscally untouched broke attack Lens. Gone So. Those are the headlines here new quarterbacks for Lsu and a defense that has had no answers.
Why Are Whales So Big?
"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont Public Radio? I'm the host. Jane Lindholm. On this show you tell us what you're interested in and what your questions are about that thing you're interested in. And we use your questions to guide what we talk about on the show. Your curiosity dictates what we explore. When I was young, I really wanted to be a marine biologist that's a scientist who studies things that live in the oceans and lots of you are interested in marine biology to we've done episodes about fish about why the sea is salty and other things related to oceans like our jellyfish really made out of Jelly spoiler alert they're not. But now we're going to focus on one particular type of animal that lives in the oceans that like me a lot of you are fascinated by. Can you guess what animal we might be discussing? Well. That is the sound of a humpback whale singing. And, that sound comes courtesy of the federal government's no of fisheries website. But we're not going to focus on the way whales communicate today that's going to be a future episode. So be sure to listen for that one too. We want today to have a better understanding of what whales are and how they move through the oceans and occasionally through rivers to here's our guide for today's episode. My name is Nick Pinson. I'm a paleontologist at the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Tell me what paleontologist is healing tallest looks for any trace of life that lived a long long time ago, and they tend to look for fossils which can be bones footprints leaves any kind of trace of life that isn't around now, but we know existed millions billions of years ago. One of the challenges and one of the things I like most about being paleontologist is that you don't get all the clues that you'd like to. So we don't get a full skeleton sometimes you do but mostly not see have to make the best you can do with a little bit of information, and that's what makes paleontology for me a lot like a detective story. So neck, some of the kids listening now might be scratching their heads because they know that this episode is about Wales and you just told us you're a paleontologist. So you look for signs of life that doesn't exist anymore, but Wales still exists. I got into science because I really liked looking for fossils and that led me eventually to looking at Wales because Wales are mammals that live notion and some of them live in the rivers but you're probably more familiar with ones that live in the oceans that are really big that have flippers that have flukes They look from the outside a bit more like a fish than. A Mammal, what's really neat about them is that we know that they're mammals and that they're closely related to other hoofed mammals specifically the hoofed mammals that have even toes to toes and those mammals are cows, pigs, deer, camels, sheep. That's who whales are most closely related to, and if you look at the wheel and you look at all of its near cousins that are live today. Realize that whales look really really different and what explains why they're so different has to do with how they volved, how they came to be and going back to fossils were really fortunate and being able to find fossil whales tell us how those changes happened. So I'm lucky enough to be able to work with teams of scientists to go round the world and look for fossils. Of Whales and then try to understand how those fit in with what we know about whales today, and also where they're going because the earth has always changed and it's still changing I want to get to some of the questions that our listeners have sent us. But just before we do I, want to pick up on something that you said, which was that whales are really closely related. Even toed hoofed animals, but they look really different. So if they look really different, how can to animals be very closely related because you'd think they'd be more closely related to something else that they look like like a shark or a fish right just because something lives in the water or looks like a fish doesn't mean they're all related to each other whales, sharks and fish the last time they shared a common ancestor was probably nearly half a billion years ago. Let's get more precise about. Wales as related to other mammals, we have a lot of different ways of knowing how organisms are related to each other. We can look at their DNA which tells us directly about their relationships in a way. That's that doesn't connect to how they look as more to do with their genetics. Right DNA tells us that whales fit in with all these other mammals whales are mammals, and that's something you would know probably from just looking. At the fact that they re there, they have babies drink milk from their MOMS do have hair. If you are ever get the opportunity to close enough to whale, and even if you seem photos of baby, dolphins have little tiny whiskers on their snout they lose them pretty quickly. But those are all telling you about their deeper ancestry and you want to use all the different kinds of evidence available to you whether it's DNA. That might tell you one story or fossils that tell you a story that maybe sometimes is a bit different and that's why I say that fossils tell something that we wouldn't otherwise. No. We can have a a family tree of animals based on DNA and then fossils tell us about this branches of the tree that we wouldn't otherwise know about and for Wales. That's what tells us that the earliest whales lived on land
Hungarian Journalists Launch Independent News Site Amid Tightening Government Control
"Hungary's nationalist prime minister. Viktor Orban often does what president trump does. He calls factual reporting fake news or on and his allies now control more than eighty percent of the media outlets in Hungary. Here's Joanna Kakissis. Earlier this month that a small office in Budapest Tush Bobby and huddled with his colleagues around a computer and counted down. There proud funded new site telex was about to go live. The cheered and hugged is their stories hit the web. I couldn't believe we were able to launch daleks at all because just two months before disaster struck our previous workplace. We still feel like bursting into tears when we think about what happened there and how it all ended just a few months ago the staff of Telex, another outlet called index the most widely read news website in Hungary Szabo's dual. Then editor in chief says readers relied on index for definitive news reporting most recently on the pandemic as well as scoops that pro government media ignored Kim similar to. Like win a mayor from the ruling party got caught with a sex tape or when Hungary's ambassador to Peru was accused of paedophilia the government was annoyed. It could not suppress these stories ex prime. Minister Viktor Orban called us. News factory this spring one of the prime minister's allies spot a controlling stake in a company that's in charge of indexes revenue surgery on data quest. As. Consultants wanted to outsource work to outsiders of course posted then you've got fired. In July more than seventy index journalists quit in protest they flanked Managing Editor Veronica Moon at a press conference. Piston cast nick our editors firing was a red line for us. We are united and we would really like to stay together in some form. This off felt familiar to anders pet though who worked at a newspaper that also lost its editorial independence while run by the same pro or bond businessman re came under pressure from our own management. To drop certain stories to remove certain stories from the website and said, no than the editor in chief was forced out of his job, and then I resigned and many other people resigned
Plans for Chicago's Lake Shore Drive overhaul move forward
"North Lake shore drive is getting rebuilt or make that redefined as part of the years long redefined drive project, the Illinois in Chicago Departments of transportation of and gathering feedback, and coming up with potential ways to overhaul the drive from grand to Hollywood. They've narrowed it down to a few options and they're looking for your input ahead of an upcoming public meeting Chicago tonight's Nick Bloomberg takes a look. Lakeshore drive is iconic but with icon status comes aging infrastructure some up to eighty years old and are in need of replacement, and so can we look at some opportunities to really reinvasion the area and solve problems while we rebuild the road problems not just like crumbling infrastructure, but also safety and mobility for all kinds of users. One of the things we heard definitely was improved access to. North shore drive itself. But really to the park, which is an iconic park based on roadway needs and public input planners came up with some essentials lakefront access every quarter mile grade separation for the Lakefront trail where it crosses east West streets getting rid of the pesky signal at Chicago, avenue, and reinforcing the shoreline which has taken a beating of late all the things that we see as critical to install. Harbinson what alternative? The alternatives look at ways to improve travel for buses. One would add a fifth lane in the center just for transit another option would convert an existing lane for transit leaving three for general purpose planners are also considering creating one or two lanes usable by buses and by drivers willing to pay a toll, how do we improve and how do we further manage the traffic? How do we further improve the reliability of that transit but as always a major project like this one has raised Concerns about the character of the Lakefront Lakeshore drive needs it's improvements, but we don't want to see lakeshore drive reconfigured to a point where it becomes a an interstate highway Miller. Says past renovations like near McCormick place created that wide interstate feel. He's also hesitant about a trenched roadway like what's on the table at Chicago Avenue WanNa keep that boulevard character to the drive friends of the Parks Twenty Years Ari agrees she's concerned expanding the drive could put parts at risk our preference is that Improvements be made to make traffic flow better to improve transit access, but not to create more lanes for cars, and while she appreciates the project I toward shoreline stability, this project released should be set within a much larger more comprehensive consulation about our late for neurosurgeon problem others think improvements for transit don't go far enough Kyle Lucas of the group better streets. CHICAGO SAYS ACTIVISTS HAD TO FIGHT TO KEEP the option that converted a lane for buses only, and he wants planners to think bigger like bus rapid transit shifting transportation closer to the edge of the city, and then creating something that's similar to an L. Line a fraction of the cost. Another idea protected bike lanes in both directions since Lucas says, the Lakefront trail isn't always practical for cyclists and none of that taking away from access for cars but we think the data suggests that. If we were to actually invest in alternative of transportation. We need way less space for cars on the Lakefront we could dramatically reduce the footprint of the road and create more park space for people to enjoy and kate low of UIC worries about focusing too much on congestion since transportation is the biggest contributor to greenhouse gases. In the US, we should instead have reducing vehicle miles traveled be one of the primary motivating factors while she appreciates. That improving transit is one of the goals at the heart of a it's about enabling auto commutes during the peak our peak our downtown commuters are disproportionately affluent. So this project would speed their commute and not address transit as on the South and West sides for their part I dont and CDOT say the project is multimodal focused on the future and effort to balance a lot of different interests. Everyone loves lake shore drive for different reasons. We've tried to. Weave into our designs public comment on the five proposed designs is open through November ninth for Chicago Tonight I'm nick. Bloomberg?
Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' returns to the charts, thanks to viral TikTok video
"The cranberry juice on the skateboard and the Fleetwood Mac song. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez says there's a new chapter Lindsey Buckingham is joining his former bandmates in the Dreams Brigade, Fleetwood Mac's former guitarist has posted a clip of himself to tic tac swigging cranberry juice on horseback. Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks had already posted after the video that started it all from Idaho Falls Potato worker sent their song and they're 19 seventies album rumors back to the top of the music charts. Debra Rodriguez CBS News Word out of London. The University of Oxford says the late stage
Man In US Illegally Charged In Houston Police Officer’s Murder Could Face Death Penalty
"Since 1989 with a rap sheet, now charged with capital murder of a Houston police sergeant and attempted capital murder against a second officer. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against 51 year old Elmer Manzano, a longtime criminal who gunned down Sergeant Harold Preston an officer Courtney Waller during a domestic violence call IRA Mehlman, with the Federation for American Immigration Reform, says this is the result of sanctuary City policies. You have local government officials who are making political decisions because they are yielding to demands from special interest groups and not protecting the interests of public safety. Chief Aren't Azevedo disputed that claim? Omer Rolando Manzano is solely the person responsible for a cop. Murder of a police officer. Despite Manzano's previous interactions with police, the chief said he did nothing to prompt officers to ask for his citizenship papers, Nick Cranky bitch. NewsRadio, 7 40, Katie ar e. All right, So he is solely responsible for the murder who is solely responsible
Building AI Products That Clients Actually Use - with Dr. Nick Pilkington
"So Nicholas glad to have you back on a making the business case episode. We're GONNA talk about kind of ease of deployment at finding ways to integrate into existing enterprise workflows. Before we do that, you know your work, a drone deploy vary some clients. It's a much more robust kind of integration of the client's talent in your your talent of the clients tack and your tech others are plugging in playing it as a software. Can you address that gradient for folks that aren't familiar with your? Business. Absolutely I think when it comes to machine lending, you've got this kind of spectrum of sophistication among our customer base. There are some customers that have their own in house machine lending teams in training their own models they're got these models in hand and they're coming to join the boy saying, Hey, we need to plug this into our existing workflow. And in those cases, our role is a company is to make sure that we're providing the flexibility withdrawn deploy software that we can plug into accustomed existing workflow without disrupting, everything and bring that kind of machine learning intelligence and efficiency gains to their whole workflow. On the other end of the spectrum, there are customers that less familiar with machine learning they still want to benefit from those those machining products and there are role is is actually take on the machine learning. Task and to provide new machine learning based tools within drone deploy that just surfaced to those customers so where they would ordinarily just be performing vigilant SPEC with drums. Now, vision inspections are machine learning powered and they're much more efficient than they're highlighting issues automatically. So we WANNA service on both ends of the spectrum there and I think the reality is still in twenty twenty production sizing machine learning tools is still a challenge is software that kind makes it easier and making. Things more commodities, but it's not just about training the model. It's not this kind of fire and forget process. We set something up once and then it just works forever. It's really this kind of its ration- of getting something working, adjusting retraining, and it's all of that kind of integration work and the support for that whole model running in production that we want to provide to make it easy for our customers and I wanna go into what those elements are of making. That production model work because that's the nitty gritty I think the business crowd who didn't go to Carnegie. Mellon. For Data Science they might have gone to you know working for business could really use some detail on but just just to flesh this out and put this in context drone deploy obviously you folks use drones is it primarily for Infrastructure Inspection Nacre? Should we frame your company in sort of a little bit of a wider sense here? So people know what you? Yeah, we actually operate across industries. I think Lodges Three Industries Are Construction. Agriculture energy but there's this huge long tail of use cases in drums. There is vehicle infrastructure this session rescue operations mining in aggregates just I think at this point, we're finding that almost any industry in some way benefit from aerial imagery. Got It in that context of training algorithms and deploying models in that world, you know we we could talk about you know inspecting some kind of oil and gas equipment. We could talk about inspecting crops. Imagine you folks work the whole gambit there what are those real considerations for deploying models? Again, we want to make this as easy as we can. Especially, you know you do you're selling the stuff. So you WANNA be able to get this up in working for clients as quick as possible. What are the factors that really have to fit into play that are sometimes quite challenging but you gotTa. Work through them. To actually make deployment work. Absolutely I think the I is the is typically the machine learning problem that you're looking to solve how bespoke and how customers is there a bunch of very common patents in machine learning. If you're looking for objects in an image, you're looking to classify an image as good bad or exhibiting a problem or not exhibiting a problem. There are kind of cookie cutter approaches to those sort of tasks in machine learning I. think that's withdrawn. Deploy can do an excellent job off the shelf by providing a bunch of machine learning technology that appliance can just plug into straightaway and reap the benefits of. On. The Mole bespoke side if you're digging deeper into these different verticals and more specific problems in more nuanced machine lending. Solutions then I think it's much more of an iterative process and that's where. John apply will typically deferred those customers to really understand that the main that trying to solve this problem and how to bring machine lending solution into production, which usually involves getting a model up and running running on some type of infrastructure which drawn deploy can take care of, and then working to improve what that typically means is letting it run assessing the outputs, making corrections and retraining it and I think that's one of the pots of deploying machine lending solutions in production as typically overlooked. A lot of people think that it's it's a one off process whereas it's an ongoing investments to build and maintain improve machine learning solution and I think that's where having let drone imagery in one place making it accessible to these customers. Machine learning models plugged into the workflow from the beginning. Makes that a lot more compelling a lot
How to make sure your vote gets counted in Washington DC
"A double duty Opie with 13 days until the election day, November 3rd. As with other parts of the area, D C. Is examining your signature when you mail in your ballots or put it in a drop box. When you sign your ballot to vote in DC your signature is checked to make sure it's legitimate. We're going to evaluate that side by side by a person, A human. Nick Jacobs, the public information officer for the D. C Board of Election, says that if they don't think that the signature matches the one you used at the polls in previous elections or the one on the record when you got your driver's license, we're goingto have another set of eyes put on. About a dozen ballots have been flagged so far because the board said they didn't match and another 100 have not had a signature at all. And if one of these happens to your ballot, we will reach out to the voter to have the ballot cured to remedy the signature. If you were planning to vote by mail and didn't receive your ballot, yet, you should
Should I accept Bitcoin as a payment method?
"Hey Chris this is nick from Salem I recently found your show after a friend recommended it and really enjoying all the side hustle stories I'm getting ready to launch a new APP that will be available for android devices. I'm going to apply for listing in the Google play store as well as several other online directories, but I also want to offer it for direct sale. My own website that we can sell to people who discovered there with the paying commission third party. Again, even offer a discount for direct sales. And come out still ahead by splitting the commission savings between me and my customer. But of course to sell directly I, need away to accept payment pales easy enough. But a friend suggested that I offer an option to take bitcoin as well. I'm not sure if that's a good idea or even how I would go about doing it since there's not really a Bitcoin Bank on every corner at these not right live. Also, what do you think about cryptocurrency in general thanks and I look forward to hearing your response. Thanks Nick appreciate you calling in and let us try to stay on topic here. I. Could probably talk about cryptocurrency for a long time but I don't know that I'm really an expert. So I want to focus on a question of accepting it as a payment option for your side-hustle. Oh, and by the way, I want to say that Knicks idea of selling directly on his website in general leaving aside the payment option thing that is really smart because as he said, he can even offer a discount. Encouraging people to come directly to his website and still come out ahead because Google play and the APP store or the apple APP store they take significant commission. Okay. So definitely good idea there now in terms of whether you wanNA take bitcoin or. Theory or some other crypto currency. I think you operate as an option if your customers wanted. And chances are unless you're selling something and the security your industries maybe there's some other stuff I thought about but. It was something kind of specialized there. Most of your customers won't like I don't think you're GonNa have an avalanche of customers just beating on your door saying I would love to buy from you but if only took bitcoin. Who knows but I would say if you do it and it is possible to do that look at services like coin wallet and Are Different Ways that you can essentially take this as an option in addition to pay pal. But if you do offer it, here's a tip look listings of other sites that accept bitcoin is a currency. They have some directories for people who are actually really into this and want to shop buying sell goods using crypto. If nothing else you can probably get some links from them because they're compiling directories of merchants, take it. So it might actually not be a bad SEO strategy when you're starting out to get links whether or not you get a lot of purchases from it. I would just say don't expect a lot of takers because the number of people who use Bitcoin to buy and sell common items not talking about trading talking about your savings and all that stuff. But the number of people who use Bitcoin to buy and sell common items is pretty small at least right now who knows maybe that will change. The introduction at the price of a Bitcoin is currently about twelve thousand dollars but you know you'd be listening to this. A month or two in the future even just even a short time and it could be totally different. Let alone a year from now or something. So who knows what's going to happen there but nick good luck with your side side-hustle everybody else. Thank you so much for listening.
"nick i" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Do your classic Nick Thune move or you slam grocery store employees all just a grocery store. You always do this nick. Well, no but that's what they wanna do with their life. Then that's what they want. I just guess I don't think that that that a drug like pot is. Inherently problematic. I think that drug addiction is inherently problematic but I just don't think you smoke weed almost every minute. And you're so successful and such a such a bad ass. My primary, she's not an addict or an alcoholic exactly. My point if you're an addict that's bad. No matter what you're doing. Yeah. Well, and if you're I guess that's why that's a good reason to talk with their pets because they can help you assess what that is but one thing I realized from very early on from my friends drinking like I would always notice those people they would always stand out who's personality's changed sure. have to drink hundred percent and you know that's always a red flag. Yes. I agree you else's a red flag at once went on a date with a girl and for some we ever hung out as a first date and she mentioned cocaine and I was like this is not We are this is already done. I did think you were going to say you know what? Else? The? Red? Flag China. I was to say. Another red flag I went on A. Date, with another girl and she said I like to go bombing. She's a she was like thirty five and she said she liked to go bomb graffiti. Late at night, I'd like to go bombing and I used to do. Graffiti give us I you like to go bombing you're thirty. I mean not like I I at this point in my life I. Am a graffiti writer have been for decades and I do commissioned pieces and I'm very involved in. That could have been like, okay or even like you know sometimes I do mural most do murals. But once in a while, I get back to my roots and I'll go out with the young kids and I I do know I like to go out or like no. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks. So she was like to go out and just face a neighborhood. It's it's. Okay. By. Well. After sex though, right only after sex. Yeah. This was pretty auspicious that nick had a similar situation. So hopefully, we helped era a lot of auspicious stuff happened during this podcast tim the toolman tailor. Nick Nick the Sober Man Thune. A lot of good stuff happened late nick what about your candies? Did you get them or we never did our candidates test I know but I thought that it was like motion I we're going to be like blind taste testing candy it seems complicated but one thing about setup for something like that. Well, I think we were saying tonight that Nick and I we are both sober and my friend Oh, you got coming sharks going start very good. Very good. Very good. That's. A good point seven eleven brand seven eleven is a good brand of gummy friend Louis Cats are very funny. Comedian once said about me and my friend Brent Wind Buck who's on the show is like it's so funny. Hang out with sober people because you guys like when it's like ten at night. Yugoslav. Let's do something crazy. Let's have a candy taste test or maybe a let's do a juice off and he's like how about getting going to the bargaining fucked up. Like about these shark ones though, yeah it's like when I was young in the frog wants to. Love the Milky White Look Cool. But they're not that great. No No, no sharks are good I disagree. Strongly, there's not one gummy candy out crave in my life. Oh, I love gummy candy so much you know my problem with gummy can, and if you have this issue nick I, think you do if I get no matter how much it is it could be one bag could be a pound and a half it could be three pounds. I will I will eat it until it's done and I am sick. I have a problem, I eat gummy candy. The Way Eric from Kansas smokes marijuana. I quit sugar once and had a show in Vegas and have you ever seen that candy store they have in Vegas it's like I can imagine huge and they had one sugar free. Black ones sugar-free like Taffy and I ate a whole bag of it and just up all night in the bathroom Oh. Yeah. I know have you ever read the reviews of the Haribo sugar-free gummy bears? Figure diarrhea like hardcore diarrhea. Really, gummy diarrhea it's. Sugar free like Jello or any amount? No we shouldn't. But this is like something to do with the sorbo tall in the gummy what they need to do to make a gummy and sugar free. We'll give you horrible gummy diarrhea. Just, want to. We've gotta go. We'll go but I want to say one more thing about Eric. I think she needs to accept him for who he is. That's what I think. If he doesn't have a problem, he does seem like a nice guy if he doesn't have a problem maybes into now. But in the therapists can verify that he doesn't have a problem. She sounds up tight and he sounds like maybe he smokes I don't know. What she sounds like she came from a different background. Yeah. Yeah. When you'RE A jet, you're jet all the way to. Help her I hope she hears this because he the way he talked about it was respectful. He's concerned. Loves her tell you I Miss Eric I. Love Eric. I know what I think. You should do my final thought. He should change his last name to. Allan. Yeah. That's what I think. I know actually know a guy in America Alan I think yeah I do too median comedian. Eric Dot com go to at Eric Allen on twitter Hashtag Eric somebody say hi to arrogant hollered Eric Allan. Natasha yes. Should we wrap it up? Yeah I've gotta go nick. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me. Are I almost in person Do we usually wrap things up with someone? We'll just say goodbye. Okay I want to do it on three you don't know how you usually do things. Tells me that he loves me but then it seems awkward doing we don't do it when we have a guest. Okay good. But Oh, but we could both on three. Okay. Okay. One, two, three, nick. I love you. I love you, guys..
"nick i" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
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"nick i" Discussed on The Viall Files
"You know. It's I can't make just gotTa keep going out there. You didn't really. What did you lose here? I didn't lose any third the the thing that's like hard now isn't even just like looking back and being like Oh, my God like. That I am like so thankful that it happened. So early on but now that I'm like starting to date again like let's say gone date with a guy or like a couple of days with the same. I. Like everything is like working out the way it is I'm like what if what if he is the same as Akai? No Red flags when you go back knowing what you know now there were there was nothing. Now like, no, he covered it up really like I really thought he was just like a good guy. I don't know even like his friend reach out to me being like I'm so sorry that that happened. Did. You know about his dating history much when you were talking to him. Yeah. He he's like he's a relationship guy he like. Every. Young. Like three long relationships in his life unlike then he now he's been single for like a year and a half or something like that I'm you should spend like. Out on the show when you when you look back and you think about the thing of the conversations you had with this guy, did it all sound really great. Did he ever in the two months you talked ever point out. An insecurity and he had or vulnerability he felt or An omission about like, Hey, listen to open up to you in like you know I did this a few years ago I don't know like sometimes after two months. I I don't know you. GotTa, assume that if we had like an honest conversation over the past say seven years. Your. Life. And you wanted to be vulnerable with me. You might say, Hey, nick I did this shit once and I wasn't the best version of myself. You know what I'm saying like. And I think those are important conversations to have in a dating situation. It's like in an interview like you're. All right. Tell me about your best qualities you're like, well I'm on time and I'm a hard worker, and then you always get that question of like. Well, what are some of your shortcomings and that's a really important question in the interview process in terms of how someone Handles that because the idea is no one's perfect. Everyone has weaknesses and I just want know someone who's like honest about what those weaknesses are. So they can have a chance to addressing them and I can even have a chance to coach them up if I'm their employer works the same way in relationships, and so if this guy you are dating just always said the fucking things. And talked about like just monroe. I'm a relationship guy I love my mom and you know. And it all sounded great. Would I'm not saying you shouldn't believe like there's a Lotta great guys out there. But in two months I would like to you know you should probably have learned something about him. That was a little bit more vulnerable and learn something about him that maybe is a little. Not necessarily like. Law a flaw like something that's that makes you go something he's nervous. Tell you. And you go. Thanks for telling me. I feel like I know you better and I know I know that you're just kind of a guy and like you know what? Listen. Proudly every guy you're going to be attracted to has been a douchebag before you know. At some point I'm not saying they are douchebag. They've been adduced bag. Good to date someone at especially in your late twenties to a for guy who's like yeah I. I, did that Shit. That might be something for you. To like pay attention to the next guy's you meet because you probably are used to dating a Lotta guys are meeting a lot of guys who are good talkers who are really good at like. Saying all the right things on it's all very convincing it. All sounds real. Nice. But. Find the guys who are also willing to like just be honest with you about some of the things that make them not so perfect. Yeah If that makes sense. Does I. Think it's way easier said than done well, sometimes you get people to do that is to talk about your own insecurities and then that gets them to open up and I will say this if. You're dating someone for a month and a half and something comes up. Right And you share something with them I don't know what it is right and it doesn't have to be like anything crate just something I'm sure there's something about you like you like you only your closest friends now. And if they respond to that by either making you feel judged or or just like Oh, well, thanks for sharing. I'm great. I'm a perfect person that's a red flag. You know what? I'm saying like a normal person who really likes you who wants to connect with you would have something to share as well. It's just like a normal thing to do if I were dating Oh will and she opened up about something that she felt vulnerable herself and was kind of nervous. Tell me I WOULD WANNA talk about it make her feel like, Hey, thanks for letting me know by the way..
"nick i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"He's like thirty seven I'm twenty four. He's got a lot of years on me coach yeah he's G. He's the original nick and I'm like the two point. Oh Yeah. The sexy. Nick I. Hope this. This It's true though it you have to deconstruct what you see other people doing like I was explaining this to somebody the other day when I was on the phone with them, they're like why podcasting and I said because I looked at it and it was an incredibly weak space in the areas that I was in the defense industry, and I look at my podcast as you know, the defense industry meets fit. like I look at your whole body as a defense mechanism right you lift weights to be stronger. YOU TRAIN MMA to be stronger than more more physical and be able to defend yourself more capable. The term I like to use as a capable person chances better chances at everything you did right. So I I just think that there's something empowering about all of those things and they're all tied together in. A way you know whether it's action sports, everything adrenaline all those different things are all tied together and people love those things they all kind of walk in the same path and I think you have to look at, you know who's in your space who's doing what you're doing are they doing it successfully as at a crowded space? You know some spaces are really crowded like fitness we know. Yeah, fitness is. So crowded. So full every day there's a new guy would APPs as a new chick in a bikini there's a new everything. So that's like an insanely crowded space like you might have one or two years of peak. You know what? I mean Jay went down. One of the best bodybuilders ever walked the planet. He won four Olympia is you know what? I mean a a you know ten years ago. And that's an insanely crowded space 'cause every year there are no. Now now nursing are are sending a new king or queen or whoever it is in that space. So it's very hard to win, and now the struggle they go through his some of those people winning I don't even have sponsorship deals don't even have deals because they're not out there. They don't understand social media they haven't deconstructed accepted it. It's been a hard hurdle for them to kind of climb over. So you have to on the phone another guy. I'll plug unprofitable profitable podcasting and and Steven. He was like you know asking questions like you are to me and he was saying, well, what about this and what about that and he said you know John. You're already in like the top five percent of people doing what you're doing because you've already monetize it..
"nick i" Discussed on Busted Open
"Because by the time was relieved of his duties in TNA in two thousand fifteen he built the viewing figures down to like one million people well by the time I had the world title at the end of that year, and through the The star of two thousand fourteen, we'd got the average viewing figures back up to one point three, and peaked at one point, five five, which was just shy of one point five, six, one, which was the lowest roll. Roll right in history, which is the rating that came out the same week that he decided to trash his podcast so I don't really know I guess that maybe that little extra bit of writing that you know that role go the fact to the I don't. Have you know what I mean because it can't be that his his entire roster doesn't have the effect God. If only I had the it factor that those guys had I could have just got that extra bit half. fucking rating. You know what I mean, it's just. I was like all right. That's enough gloves coming off this time I'm not going to sit here and take it I have a five year old son. I have to sit there and look him in the eye, and I need him to look his father, and think that he's a man, and I have to tell him to stand up for himself, and I have to explain to him that when someone takes a shot, you you. You have to, you have to take. Give one back because you can't. Just company governed by fear. He thinks that guys like may are going to just sit there and take it because I'm always holding onto that sliver of hope that you know. Oh, well I. DON'T WANNA get heat with them. Because you know. Maybe I want a job some day. Sorry I don't live. My life governed by fear, certainly not fear of the. On a personal level I am very happy to hear that answer said in a very eloquent yet upfront and stern way. You handled your business and you spoke to him I'm sure if you could have been face to face with him, you spoke to him, face to face, and you didn't handle it on social media so. Good job by you because on in this business, too many people take. Each Other on social media and do the immediate backpedal when they come face to face with somebody Nick I. WanNa Talk to you about a guy like Eddie Kingston. Obviously had a great performance against cody the other night. on on dynamite God himself over I think. We've seen stocks leaving the NWEA and able to succeed me. W always thought that there was more business for you and cody at least one more piece of business. Is that something that you would be interested in? Is that something that has been discussed? Could we see more of a working relationship or loose working relationship with aws and the NWEA moving forward, even if it's just on an individual basis..
"nick i" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast
"I am waiting for the actual real answer, but the insider threat teams are using this as a use case for the needs for insiders. We just don't want this to happen to any other companies or any other platforms, because the repercussions could definitely be bad I believe it stands to be reiterated by the way that an insider threat program is not an invitation to spy and mistrust employees. It is merely an invitation. Invitation stand up a platform that can aggregate user data and look for certain use cases in that data to send notifications about potential things that may need to be looked into from an incident response. Use case you can find links to everything. Ian And I have discussed in the show. Notes will include links to that and more, but this week we're going to continue our interview with Mr Nick French. We're going to discuss the fire movement so a little bit different from last week where we discussed working remotely, so please stay tuned for the rest of the interview. So Nick I. Don't know a lot about the fire movement and I'm sure there's a lot of listeners out there. That are probably like me and are not as up on this as you and Ian are. It's been really good here in both of you. Talk about that common ground. Do you mind taking just a few minutes to kind of explain why? The fire movement is yet definitely so number one? It's not it's not something that's for everybody, but I think there's value in it. It for everybody and the fire movement long and short of it is to save enough money and invest enough money early on in your life and career to allow compound interest to work its magic, and increase your net worth faster than the typical ten or fifteen percent rule of thumb that people you know, experts will tell you to put away for retirement, so you can retire at sixty five or so and so people that are interested in the fire movement on typically live a little..
"nick i" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"From the warriors I really did I wanted to buy an album once like two years ago, and there's a record store in atwater village that I just looked up on yelp and it had good reviews. I went to it to buy this album that I wanted to buy. And when I got there I learned, it was a cassette only. Come on man. But they also I think we actually found out today. Those cassettes are tainted. Mold Moldy cassettes I'm so old and so post hipster that as someone in Hollywood and opened up a record store. You know like a couple of years ago and I was like hey. Man Just closed down. Don't do that, don't you? Know Like I. Get what you're right. I was so passed in the Stoller and like romance of it. This is a bad idea. This is a bad business. This is not gonNA. Make it and I'm concerned about your well being just shut it down. I can find these blues albums on Lonnie. Just moved back home, so this can become a payless right now. Something people need. Nick I wanted to ask. I think the last time you were on the show you talked about you and your son playing a lot of pokemon go I wanted to ask what what the state of Pokemon go is in the current climate, and if it's something that you and your son is still doing, it's a lot of like people who I feel like walking around. They're like. Really briskly hoping that like the poker I would just come to them instead of walking all over the city. But not sure at a certain they did expand the range of popish up so that you can like interact with staff without getting super close to it, also my son and I. have taken to doing something which there's a great video online if you WanNa, see the world's best pokemon player. He's a guy that lives in Taiwan and drives around with eight phones at a time and place. Oh, it's I have seen this video. It is absolutely amazing. It's amazing. Yeah, so I guess there's something in pokemon. Go that tracks your. Speed right so this guy is heavy driving, so he like cruises really slow, and then you start a battle, then you can drive off, and it will lie. Keep the battle, so my son and I have I will confess done some driving pokemon like. Go to where the Jimmy's and park outside in the car, and we play pokemon and phone and tablet. To the next place that's that's pretty much the extent of. That Centrally Beautiful I, wish my dad and done with me even though Pokemon wasn't. Invented yet, but he should have. He should've done something about it. I don't know I. Don't know exactly how he would have. Figured that out, but it was his duty as a father and he failed. You failed me and there's been a real revival here in my house. It's been precipitated primarily by POKEMON cards. which no one in my house knows how to play, and nobody knows how to do in the world. I like my six year old. An eight year old and three year old will talk to each other about pokemon cards for half an hour. Comparing different numbers on they do not know what those numbers one hundred percent and I'm like I could probably figure out based on my memories of seventh grade how to play magic the gathering, but I have nothing to offer I am five years too old to know how to play pokemon cards right? And no one else seems to know but I I I did the other day just thinks we're real rough in my house and I and my kids, all they wanted was pokemon cards and I'm like I am not going to make a trip to target to buy. POKEMON cards. Exclusively pokemon that is not an essential trip. is in very definition of non-essential trip, so I thought about it. And I'm like you know what. I have a small but loyal army of dorks. Upon them, and they are all like there is a there is a cross section of them that are too old to want their pokemon cards, but young enough that they have spoken poetry. I went on twitter. Within moments I said. Look all trade. If anybody has unwanted pokemon cards, preferably ones that are don't have any value. I will trade some stuff from the closet. Where we keep leftover stuff you know like. T shirts that we have four left of and that kind of thing Four pokemon unwanted pokemon cards within moments, a guy who lived literally three minutes drive from my house volunteered and I'm like this is it and I went and picked up these pro game on cards from him like full-on drug deal style. Like one hundred percent like on his stoop look around for cops palm to Pie. He had them had them rolled up in a newspaper. Yeah, we're like covered in. You know we're all like wrapped up in our. Wrapped up in our masks and whatnot. A making this clandestine transfer of pokemon cards. Were you worried that it was a sting? It very well may have been distinct. I was looking I was out there looking for clam type POK MON right. I was looking for Bulbous Sore. Third. How. How did the kids react to this guy? Stash where the was good in it. It doesn't matter. Was it? Is what the the Primo Shit Jesse was at the was it the sticky icky Colombian goal? My children, the old Colombian skurdal. By. Some the wife only does on. My Birthday had not interacted with their peers in six months, so they don't know what is a good pokemon card. If it's got pokemon on, and it's good, you know It's the perfect thing to give away something like that too because. I want to I'll keep this until I die I won't give it away. I'm not just going to throw it away, but then this one individual in the Internet says Oh. My kids want pokemon cards, and you just like immediately can't wait to throw them out the window fast enough. that. I literally had the conversation with the guy. You know this is like a you know a twenty six year, old guy or something you know. A A, grown man, but the kind of grown man whose Mom puts things in his luggage when he goes home to visit and he said he was home, his mom said. Do you want me to throw these away? And he said no, of course not and that it had been eight months, and he had not thought of anything that he wanted to do with since then I had not looked at them once, and he was just super pumped to let them out of his house, but not have thrown them away. I think I was in my thirties when my mother told me that she had. Thrown away all my comic books. Yeah, similarly they were I think there was some at my house and then. And I was like. Wait a minute it. What do you mean you throwing them away? You didn't you didn't check with me before this happened. I had lived in at home for over a decade point and I still in my mind, assume that they were safe and sound to be handed to the right person. Do. You know what was in their neck. What comics got thrown out as her? A couple of or something that you you know were in there? I had some pretty early X. men that I had gotten, and then I was like pretty early on to like. Like the first sure I had all the early new mutants in there, and like a few a few other that I used to be able to go onto the catalog. See how much they were worth. If you wanted to sell them, so I whispered wizard had a few that what we're like a couple of bucks which when I bought them, they were like eighty five cents, or whatever so I few that were worth a few dollars, but De, definitely more sentimental on. It's. It's so funny because I'll go to a restaurant and the waiter we used to go to a restaurant in the days, and the.
"nick i" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Hey. If you're going to sell a company, you gotta go higher. This guy named ebben paying. He's your guy and he's the mentor that you need in so I had no clue who he was I didn't know what mastermind even meant, but I got that from like six or seven different people, and so I find him online, and I find this video where he's I feel like he's talking to me personally. And he's explaining what he's going to do in its mastermind, and so it's the problem is. It's five thousand bucks I didn't have anything. I didn't have room on credit cards. I wasn't sure how it's going to pay my bills the next month. And but I knew in my gut. This was my guy and I also knew that I have been doing everything alone. And that's one of the biggest traps as an entrepreneur as we do things alone. The Lone Wolf it. In I never really had a great mentor or great coach. You know that that had my back and so I ended up getting resourceful. You know Tony. Robbins says it's not about your resources. It's about your ability to become resourceful, so I get a friend to go in halves I. Call it my discover card relentlessly and asked him for more room on the card I'm like I'm twenty years old. Ben With you for ten years. I've never been late on a payment my life. I need a little bit more room and then I'm GonNa. Pay You back. They said no, no, no, no, no, until finally kept escalating to their. You know to the managers and the managers. Finally they they bumped it. And I was so broke man. I had to fly across the country to to get to the same. I was so I had to bring protein mix in a sandwich bag so. If you're not roll into events, you know not sure how you're going to eat. Then you're in a better place than I was, and so would literally have a bag in the hotel cup and people would go do lunch together, and I'd run to my room, and you know what I did. Put a smile on my face and I said. This is the event that's going to change everything anybody that invest in themselves I. Always tell our clients like. Make the decision that you're going to be a top success story. I was declaring that on testimonial video, said Ebben. If you ever see this man, I'm GonNa. Be Your number, one success story and I. Just I was speaking what I wanted. My mind wanted me to speak despair. It wanted me to speak debt and all this garbage, but I realized that I have to speak life into my vision. I, keep inflating that vision and so at that event. Here's what happened. And I believe this is a lesson for everybody. Is that. I learned that my whole story leaves clues. Your story leaves clues in so the fact that. I kept failing what Ebben saw you know it's like a coach can see something that you can't see right, so it was like the described it like a mason jar. If we just picture that, we're all inside of a mason jar like a pickle jar, the coach can see the label on the outside, but when you're inside the jar, it just looks white. You don't know what it says. And he heard my story, and he looked at me and said Nick. The thread of Your Life as an entrepreneur is, you've never been good at marketing. The company failed because a TV. Commercials were broad and not targeted. Why don't you take that and turn it into your purpose in be on a mission to help local businesses actually profit from advertising, instead of failing because print and TV and radio were dying in those those right. And I'm like. Okay what do I do? He goes go via facebook marketing expert. Now two thousand ten. That's brand new known even knows what that means so. I come back from events in say mom and dad be a facebook marketing expert I tell my ex girlfriend of seven years at the time on facebook marking expert. You know what they said and other people said but nick. You're not even on facebook. Like Dude, you're not even on facebook. This is the worst idea of had yet. And this is something that we all face as entrepreneurs, the impostor syndrome. I'm not good enough. Right whom I to be an expert. And I said you know what I'm. GonNa Learn this business. I'm going to do work for people for free and I'M GONNA. Prove value, and then I'm going to grow from there and that's what I did. I did stuff for free I call. Call it! The Anchor Clients Strategy once I knew what I was doing. I went back to Ebben went back to influencers. I got an anchor client. Someone of influence started running their ads as soon as I became cool because I was the guy running ads all the big names. Everyone wanted to work with me. My pricing went up so all the sudden went from this major struggle. To now unlike multiple six figures getting of debt in, it's just it's. It's literally everything that I had written a letter now the letter didn't describe facebook. The letter didn't describe the how it I just knew I was going, and so when I would have a hard day I read the letter when I get knocked down and read the letter in so I built success with it. You know started growing a started getting speaking engagements. Crazy things started happening. It, but people would still come back and say all right man looks like you're doing good. You know, but. How are you going to sell the business you're to you turn thirty. In forty five days. Sixty? People were saying that like. How's that Tattoo GonNa treat you and you know what I kept doing do i. kept reading the letter building my belief believing it was possible, even though it seemed impossible. So, here's what happened. My biggest client. A guy named Scott called Scott from Wisconsin My biggest client is my first five figure client for six-figure client. He got this big project in the insurance. Industry raised thirty six million bucks for you. Said Nick I. Need You fulltime? I need all of you I said Scotland I can't do it. I've always clients. I can't just be put all my eggs in one basket. I don't have the ban with all the time. And he said the magic words. Why don't I just buy.
"nick i" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Is is those two children and and to just be there for them on Father's Day? That's the gift to me so. I love that Nick and you've listened. You've had so much success. You've had a tremendous career here. What type of what's next for you? What kind of goals are plans? Do you happen if you? Well like I said we right now are on a bit of hiatus and we will We have postponed schedule more so the the tour dates to next year you can go to actually boys dot com you can go to all of our social media is, and you could see those new days that are up we. We were currently on a world. A world tour, and so. Over is really what's the focus right now and. Talks about maybe recording a holiday record potentially you know, but we gotta wait to. Everyone gets out of the the the social distancing, and you know when things are allowed to proceed a little bit. You know so, but we're just kind of waiting on all that. Okay yeah sounds good last thing I'm GonNa hit. You would hear Nick I. Love to the DADS that I. Get on the podcast. What type of advice half of the new dad or about the beep on WHO's out there listening? Well for the new father and the about to be father Just. Like I said, read some book and and there's a lot of information on on the Web you know, but be present. You know with with your children and don't be afraid to to just. Be The How do I say you can do everything that that the mom does and the mom everything the the man does, and you know the husband does and and and it's like. You, so the bottles of the feeding the diaper change into everything know embrace it. You know be a part of the and help out you know. Take take the bull by the horns, and just embrace it and be there and be present, and it'd be a hundred percent, no matter what. Very well loved a message. There's been an honor for me I gotTa say Nick Carter Your first last father all the way and thank you so much. Time here on I last father. Thank you sir. Back to wrap things up here on I gotTa, give a special. Thank you once again to nick. Carter for giving me a few minutes of time here. That was so cool sitting up on twitter..
"nick i" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now I last saw the Nick Carter welcome to I last bothered. Thank you so much for having me. All right, let's start it right here. How many kids do you have? And how old daughter? I got two children. I got a seven month old daughter. And a four year old for in a couple of months year, old boy. All right. You got one. You guys going for the Tiebreaker here or Y'all done. well I think we're done. That's for sure. Yeah, it's it's it's. It's definitely a Lotta Work I. I'm I'm I'm sure there's a lot of other people who are who probably say themselves. Yeah, it's a lot harder 'cause they got like four or five, or you know how many kids, but even to by itself it is a lot and right now the age that that my son Odin in. He's definitely jumping on the couches He doesn't listen and and you know. We got a lot of outs going on, and I'm holding the baby. You know one hand feeding her a bottle of the other and changing diaper, and so if a lot of fun but I. I wouldn't have it any other way. I understand. Yeah, right in that category. Nick I got four kids myself so I know exactly what it's all about here and. Like the gender reveals to find out what you were having both times. Guys wait till the end to find out. How did you work that out? So the first time that I actually did the gender reveal was. When I did dancing with the stars, and that's when I announced that I was having boy. It was actually on the show and. I had all the blue balloons come out when we announced it and my wife was there with me. and then the tech time actually with my daughter. We did A. It was we did like a golf ball like hit, and it was an epic fail, and basically we tried to hit this golf ball, and actually had my son gotta hit the Golf Ball and it didn't break, and and so it was what it was, but yeah, those are the two kind of gender reveals that we did we had. Some of those super yacht is sometimes you try to plus them things open they budget. Right yeah. If you could just take a second here to hit my listeners a little bit about your background and what you do. well. I'm one of the backstreet boys. I am the youngest guy in the group I've been in the group for twenty seven years and you know. Since I was twelve years old. I've been back. She boy and Yeah I'm currently on tour with the group We're on tour. the DNA world tour. We had to postpone it B- for obvious reasons. But some new days up. later next year. You can go on actually dot com. Really my main job right now is being a father in is what I live for. Yeah very cool making. About how old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a dad? Change Your perspective on life. well I became a dad with my my time when I was thirty, seven roughly and was definitely it was everything that I had ever dreamed of as far as just you know being able to to have you know someone who I could just just love unconditionally and and someone who and I never knew. That love could be so strong and Yeah, so that's when it first happened was when I was around thirty seven years old with my son's. Yeah! Yeah well I know mentioned air. You'll lose it to the pandemic. Obviously, it's changed the lives of all of us here and I know. You teamed up with boss recently. What was the genesis of that response in? well spe-. the hardest part I think about being Wanting to help. And then at the same time you know doing the right thing and you know staying doing the social distancing and staying at home, and and and just being responsible You know you you, you see all the things that are happening. You know through social media, and and how the pandemic is actually affecting people's lives, and and and obviously the the first line responders, and and all the essential workers there who who you know are working endlessly and tirelessly every single day, and the the nurses and the doctors. Who are? Risking their lives, you know for for the lives of other people as I was watching. These things happen I'm like you know I. Would I want to jump in with my car, and just like drive at the hospital, and and you know deliver water or deliver food, or whatever it is, and in normally we would be able to do that, but obviously in this climate we cannot. teamed up with us. and we had this idea of delivering over two thousand bottles water to the Brooklyn's Mount Sinai Hospital, which obviously everyone knows that you know. New York City and very affected as well as other places all around the country, and so. We were able to do that and you can go to my social media. You can see how how it turned out. And all the nurses and doctors received the water and. They were really grateful for it, and it just feels good to give back in any way that we can. We obviously we all also did something when the when the pandemic I. STRUCK WE! We did a something with Fox Typically a benefit without John we did that when it first happened, and so we've been trying to find creative ways to give back while we have to be responsible auntie back home and lost in one of those incredible. Companies and and They were able to to help with that. Yeah good stuff, Nick! One of the most encouraging thing during the pandemic has been seeing people like you in a position that you ran to step up and do so much to help so many people out so that's been one of the most encouraging things about or most inspirational things about the pandemic to see so many good people doing good things here, and and back into you as a dad here what are some of the top values that you hope to instill in your kids growing up? Well. I think it's first and foremost. education is is really important to me, Because in reading which, from a very young age I had was doing with my son Whether it was just. My wife likes to make fun of me like that movie as it Parent parenthood with the you know. Rick Moranis doing the flash cards in the closet like I was kind of Dad. You know like where I want them to be able to have a great start. You know I one of the things. I I didn't I. Wasn't really an avid reader and I didn't learn to read to later on in life, so you know I feel like reading was very very important, so obviously you know giving them a couple of fundamental so that they can really that they can. Can really just kind of fend for themselves. You know and be able to just be able to integrate into society, because it's very fast society, you know there's you know it's all about reading aside. You know you got to be so anyways. Things like that small things. Obviously you know I wanNA. Smother them with love I'm holding my children all the time I'm always Just you know doing things with them, you know. If you go to my social media, you'll see I'm. Doing you know sports, I you. Know I know. He's told me for years old, but exposing them to activities. You know we're always. We're at home. We're working out. You know I I work out with my wife. You know we trade with each other you know and he'll come in, and he'll do some like you know. Stretching and yoga poses and meditation, so like all these things. Here's the thing. I know that my children are watching and they're and I. Just obviously the Kinda that I want to be is a loving, inspirational and educating father, so those are all the things that I want to be for them. Yeah very well said Nick and I think reading is important. I love what you say there, too. I'm a big reader myself. I try to read a book every week and always got my kids involved in reading as well now when it comes to bedtime. What does your bed time looks like you read them stories, or are you singing them? So you know what some songs from the old backstreet boys there?.
"nick i" Discussed on First Things First
"Still has the twenty four seven belt. Oh Oh yeah I did say I say I would be your tag team partner when both of us retired and I feel like it could work out the hair. What about what about the around with why I love it? So you and me tag team partner like a big little situation. Food Turkish delight okay. We Go Turkey light. Okay pretty good while just to keep the focus on you and it's earlier in the show. We did a little predictions straight seeds. And Nick has got you beating the sixers but losing to the bucks. What do you need to do to get past? Yanni's listening nick. I hope you still keeping the jurors that I could give it to you. I hope you burn that but now I believe I believe that. We're going to pass the sixers for sure. But I'd like the. The bus is GonNa be a tough match up but I think we have just gardy honest and the whole box man because if you look at what happened during the season they got us we got Bam so he's going to be a performance the finals. I believe anti go head. Nick I was just going to say under the new format I do. Have you beating the clippers? So I do give you credit that. If it's the new format beaten the clippers riding the bus all the way go ahead I apologize say under our new foam format. Nick hasn't had a haircut in three months. I know that we're making fun of his lack of hair. Now we give you carte blanche quickly with a few seconds left to make fun of the current situation on top of his head so go ahead and use up your last couple of seconds here with that because it's worth it. I actually just caught my own hair yesterday just for the show I had. I just get jealous like you know. It's actually pretty good tennis. I'm now rooting for the sixers. Next time I'll awful..
"nick i" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. I like to call him the North American treasure. He is the head coach of the Toronto Raptors. Nick nurse joining us here on the Sodano. Show Nick I gotta be honest. I miss talking to you so much. I figured I had to get you on the show. How the hell have you been to man? Miss you to show connect with you. I'm doing good. How no doubt I'm good family? Good everyone healthy safe and sound. Hopefully yeah all good man all good. We're doing fine good good to hear so I wanted to bring you on because obviously there's stuff going on around the league and and I always just feel like I wanted to reconnect with you and your story is just so interesting. I I've been telling my audience about what you are. I'm not even joking when I say you're a North American treasure just based on the way you got to the NBA let alone winning the championship. So let's start off with an easy one. How does one go from being a good college player? Good College Basketball Player. That's on the path to becoming an accountant to then becoming a player coach in England of all places. Well good question You know I went to know not. I want to play basketball. They had a really good accounting program. There jumped in the hat and thought that you know when my planned Israel read get a job and and being accountant but as my basketball career was winding down. I think it was right before my senior year. I was like holy smokes. I'm going to be done playing here pretty soon. And and I kinda like this game a lot when talk to my my ad. At the time was actually Bob Bulls be. Who's had of big twelve dollars? He was athletic. Director Knelt Miller was my coach. And I said you guys. I know I'm really close to finishing up as a county group. I think I WANNA coach. And coach miller said sure just hanging around for another year and be one of my assistants and let's see what happens and That was only about thirty years ago so when able to stay employed as a coach since the since that time now I know that certainly there were challenges. Along the way. You've told me stories about calls. You've made letters you've written to two different people like like how many calls. How many letters do you think it took to get you actual work in basketball if you had to put a number on it? I don't know really I think You know I kinda wanted to play again too. I had a during that year. I was an assistant. Northern Iowa had a team in Brazil. Contact me and Want me to play kind of like immediately You know in the in the spring or something and I kind of started gearing up for that and then it fell through and then I said Geez I. I'll see if I can go play in. This is Kinda pre. Well it's a long time ago. Pretty Internet and everything else and I just got a probably got about ten or fifteen addresses through random people Japan Australia England Germany. And just Kinda sent out a packet of You know a resume. I guess it's a newspaper clippings or whatever and cover letter that said. Hey I wanNA play play or coach overseas and And Guy called me up and said it says here you want to play or coach about both. I said okay now. I'm GonNa do it so I was on the plane. A few days later to to Darby England. Wow and you get there and so within days you're there like what was that like. Have you ever been overseas? Yeah we took. We took one trip We took one trip when I was a junior. I think it northern Iowa we. We did Switzerland France Germany You know ten or twelve day trip and played a few games over there in the summertime. I never been to to Darby England and It was pretty interesting. I mean it was. You know you go over you land. The owner takes me to the pub and and says to me. Hey I need you to score. Twenty five twenty five at night and I kinda say average like ten points. A game in college is not really my thing. You know I get the ball to floor. Start the offense where if you want. But he goes. I you need to score and Well we had a game about four days after I got there and Kinda I guess I realized what he was talking about was better to few few more than I was accustomed to. That was that was kind of fun myself. The green light as a head coach and players. It was good. So what challenges did that present though I would imagine. There have been some right as you're a player and the coach. Yeah Yeah for sure. I think it's You know this is probably gonNA sound. Well I don't know I was going to sign up. I'll tell you one of the first challenges. I remember being out their plan. And you know playing hard trying to set an example of of of Playing D. And you know if we run wind sprints. I'd try to win on you. Know shooting drills and try to win them. Whatever but you get tired and you're still trying to you know you're trying to catch your breath and then you're still having to give instructions and inbetween drills and all that kind of stuff so getting used to talking with Sh you know when you're winded was one of the first challenge is that we had. Yeah I would imagine. Yeah could easy nick nurse joining us here world champion head coach for the Toronto Raptors Nick. You're the only coach in the NBA. That's been a head coach and the NC double a. The G. League and overseas. So I'm GonNa ask you just a series of questions about these experiences first before we get into the current NBA. And what you've got going on. Now what part of that? Path the end the G. League. Nc double or overseas was the most humbling for you It was you know it was the overseas it was the overseas for sure when. I was a player coach Darby This is this is a be the best story I can tell you. I remember. Our first game was down. A team called the London Dockland's and They were getting ready to announce the starting lineups in this guy went out to kind of mid court and you had a Mike and and The MIC wasn't working so we just set it down. Show shouted out out about the study but no Mike or or anything so I I kind of lead over. The an American guy was playing with it. I said man we really hit the big time here man so I was probably I was probably at you know okay. That's fair now. The next question may be the same answer. 'cause that was pretty interesting but which one of those experiences the NC double A. G. League overseas. Which one was the most interesting for you? All the overseas. For sure I it got interesting like the second time around me so I went to play the player coach at Darby and then literally that next year I got offered the head coaching job at Grand View University in Des Moines Iowa. Near near where? I'm from so only the only played for a year and I started coaching Went to the University of South Dakota to do a master's degree and being assistant there and then I went back to England but I kinda like Regretted my first time around that I didn't get out and see more of Europe and and things like that and they had a bunch of breaks. During the season they used to used to break for a couple of weeks for national team breaking things like that and I was determined the second time around. You know jump on a plane or put my car on a boat and over to Belgium or France or whatever any break that I got so I started started getting out and seeing you know just every place I could see and that was that was As you can imagine was awesome. That was fun. Yeah for sure and then last one on those three on those three experiences which one was the most rewarding. They're all they're all great. You know I think It's it's hard to beat to the D. League experience the G. League that that was a of all the places you coach. That's Kinda got the most level playing field. You know like almost every teams under the same circumstances. There's you know none of the guys are are getting paid. It's not like you can go buy a bunch of expensive players or or any of stuff. Everybody's kind of you know a plane under the exact same rules and and the Games will great players. Great Fun to coach. Think the experience there for for Those those six years. I was a head coach in the minor. Leagues was was the most valuable probably nick nurse. Champion head coach of the Toronto Raptors this year on the Sodano show the G. League experience though I mean so many players in and out you and I have talked about this off camera before. How much did that help you in your first season in Toronto particularly with managing in out of the lineup? I think it helped a lot. I think You know it's it's it's hard to deal with. I think I think my first year in the in the D. League with the Iowa energy it it was It was something you know. When you're rolling right along in four guys on and four new guys come and you got a game and twenty four hours or something trying to manage all that rebuild. Chemistry redefine roles. Teach as fast as you. Can you know All that stuff I think took a little bit to get used to But once you get used to it I always say you're kind of doing you know about ten times a year every season. Kinda get you ready for anything you know playing playing guys missing guys. You know we had guys in and out of the lineup is as everybody does but it really it really gets you kinda condition to it and you just you know when the ball goes up you gotTA figure out a way. No matter who's playing who isn't home or away or seven o'clock or eleven. Am or whatever all stars you end up playing in the minor so you just kind of get conditioned to to nick. How did you approach the team with that? Kawai situation with the load management and him being an in and out of the lineup. Because as you mentioned the G. League that that's more traditional geyser in and out for a bunch of different reasons. But how did you approach with the NBA squad with him? Yeah I mean I think that First of all didn't didn't make a big deal out of it. I think that tried to you know. Educate them a little bit. You know he say the guy hasn't played you know over a year or whatever it was and and To be honest with you I was. I was surprised he was wary. Was when we got it I was I was probably anticipating it being a lot slower process of getting him ingrained in the team but but he was Kinda you know ready from day one a training camp and you know his first preseason game where like okay we know we know what we got here is pretty good and and But we we. Did you know we just educate him told them? Hey this is a bit of a process. It's going to that. We're going to take and we're playing the long game here. We WanNA WE WANNA you know slowly. Bring him in Manage the minutes managed games and and make sure that that not only him. But we're all firing on all cylinders late in the year. You know guys that I've talked to on your squad guys on his current squad. We'll say you guys in the media don't know that he's actually Wayne more engaging behind the scenes than he would ever let you guys know What is he like as dude? He's a great great dude man first of all You know He he's quiet. You know obviously you know. Everybody knows that but he's but he's running as well you know he's one of those guys that when he does when he does land one. It seems to have more impact. Because he's not trying to land the bill. I mean is Is Jokes are seem seem to be pretty funny when when he does throw them out there but Great great to coach you know was always super engaged and and You know was was not in his head. You know paying attention. He was always locked in. That was that was super enjoyable for certain. Certainly from anybody but for guy his caliber. When you hit the shot against Philli like what's going through your mind. Does that this time. Stop there when he hits that shot. That bounces like four times. Yeah I mean I was I. It's always just relief. I think there's a lot of you know. Build UP TENSION A game. Seven the off series. That's been going on for number of days and and When those things go in all that tension and stress just kind of leave your body from your head to your toes slowly and you just feel pretty relieved and happy. Certainly that you'd get a live to go onto the next round but yeah that was a pretty cool moment nick nurse champion head coach of the Toronto Raptors with us here on the Sodano. Show nick.
"nick i" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Five ninety eight Nick has some comments on the state wide shelter in place orders Hey Nick good morning how you doing while you're younger love the show thank others want to convert the data or state or nation or state wide ban on travel and everything else over and place all that is not gonna happen I'm not gonna do it I would have to close down my business and I had for seven years and take a temporary job yet making about a fifth of the money verily justifies even going to work just to make ends meet so that's not gonna happen well I am so sorry to hear that and I I fully understand what you're saying there I'm sorry I work in construction and they want to keep everybody all jobs are to Morton chain you can have ten people or hotel you never get anything done what kind of business did you have Nick ornamental iron and short stroll she'll work and then you just have to shut it down just recently is that what you said about five weeks ago or in jobs will close there won't be any authorization to start because it there's never going to be less than ten people building a Jairus well hang in there Sir sorry to hear that thank you Nick five one two eight three six zero five ninety yeah Melinda you got instances like Nick I'm seeing the tax come into these people that say I I'm self employed our businesses come to a complete halt I can't fall unemployment there's so many different little nooks and crannies to all of this that I'm not sure a one trillion dollar package to be able to cover everything for everybody and that's the part that is so frustrating for many that are without a job whether it is they got laid off or they're self employed into just can't do their business right now all right we want to hear from you get in here and join his collar Texas five one two eight three six zero five ninety.
"nick i" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com here is Nick I. N. Ellie thank the democratic we just wanna wait one bit because Joe Biden scoring a much needed victory in south Carolina's democratic primary now it's on to super Tuesday when Virginia and thirteen other states hold their primaries and before that Biden just picked up a Virginia endorsement former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe is the latest to publicly announce his endorsement ahead of super Tuesday we can't set the sidelines so I'm gonna go whole all in for Joe Biden I think he has the best shot of beating Donald Trump McAuliffe offered his endorsement on CNN after the results of the South Carolina primary came in for me it's about beating Donald Trump intimates electability issue who is the best shot to beat Donald Trump by ms also picked up endorsements from the likes of senator Tim Kaine in congressman Bobby Scott and now I'm a call of says it's time for other moderate Democrats still in the race to think long and hard about how much longer they want to go on if you do not have a pathway let's not wait to super Tuesday John Dorman WTOP news just one week left in Virginia's legislative session and Democrats in charge of the General Assembly have made good on their promise to tighten gun control lawmakers sent several gun related bills to the governor's desk Friday although others will be finalized in the next few days the ones that have passed include a red flag law that sets up a legal process to temporarily remove guns from someone who poses a threat to themselves or others Annabel letting local governments ban guns in their parks and buildings what transportation funding plan in the big two year state budget remain in negotiations lawmakers have approved a change the war and the threat of prison time for going eighty one in a seventy mile an hour zone starting this summer they've also approved speed cameras in school and work zones coming up this week expected based on redistricting rules minimum wage hikes casinos and sports betting Max Smith WTOP news with concerns about the corona virus spreading globally DC's tourism industry could be taking a hit spring is time when tourists descend on Washington in significant numbers but industry officials expected dropoff in the number of international travelers this year as an industry we anticipate there being a a loss associated we have a lack of travel because of concerns only a circus and president and CEO of destination DC the group overseeing DC travel and tourism says some hotel room cancellations have come from would be travelers from China and other nations hit hardest by the novel coronavirus Ferguson says there have been no cancellations of conventions but some smaller meetings have been postponed involving mainly people that would be traveling here from Asia Dick Ileana WTOP news if you have questions about the corona virus had to WTOP dot com and search of virus we have everything you need to know up there the search continues for relish a rod the eight year old girl who disappeared in DC in twenty fourteen people are going to be out in northeast today at Bladensburg road in New York Avenue handing out flyers with rugs picture on them a new age progression photo of rod was just released showing how she would.
"nick i" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"And see some people doing like Improv. Space Work on stage and just slurs out holy fucking Shit. What's going on in their gay stuff? I know you're and then walk and K.. Based on the principles of Improv. Yes and start doing gay stuff but nick I did want I did want double back on your summer. Looks they're great. You always have a festive shorts. Do you do you try to keep your legs looking nice. I mean I put some effort into lower body. You know do some squats and lunges and your boat. I know this both of your both swim. You Swim Bush. Swimmers will hit a the public pool. Yeah we're on a text shade where we'll text about having and then Hashtag swim boys. That's true true thing about us. Yeah it's really cool to life throwing the swim emoji sometimes. Sure Yeah my I am. I am part of the swim team. And the coach will send updates periodically and the coaches like an older guy. He's like in his. He's in his fifties. He's very sun damaged. I think probably probably like in the eighties. He probably is he. A guy or a tarpaulin. He's a tarp man and I think that in the eighties. This guys look is he probably like got a lot of work. You know in movies having three lines as surf bully right like that is. This is vibe. He has a lot of tattoos that seemed to be dates that his dead buddies were alive. Yeah and you know unless thank they can't go on. You don't know who this is fictional to you. Basic Buddies die all the.
"nick i" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"I remember thinking like why is like yeah so purple and it wasn't until I read comments they're like LLC's months later. Dan Premature Thug like. Oh Oh that's just picking a random number or you don't say Oh yeah. Six months later Bo. I wasn't even thinking about the pregnancy. How exactly did your career could it have? I don't announced an accident can go bad and you're like ended your career like wow you never know man mature like dare you know. He's making jokes about. I like I just went and everyone needs to stop being goddamn sensitive. I'll tell you that one because I'm making jokes. He's making jokes. which so our money man for the China Smile Laugh and live? I agree not me. I mean look once that happens just leaked leak the Dick Pic. You know what I'm saying and that'll be my saving grace right now. Save Only Nick I. Ah I'm going to release the most hardcore crazy sex tape. No one could complain about my stroke flips assist props costumes and cheetos. Wow a whole production Chen right here on this room is black. Girl does Asian More A. Ah that Christmas tree so pretty. I've like not gone Christmas shopping. This episode I've been so busy on Christmas remiss. Are you big. I'm a huge Christmas person because I've been so busy trying to get my adult life.
"nick i" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"So nick i was in the shower this morning thinking about you and i was like all right we're gonna talk about and i was kind of going through my mind all the things about sweet green in how you sort of run a business obviously and i was like okay you got the real estate deals you've got to worry about got to get that right or else nothing works on magin agreed you've got the operations in terms of like how do we get all of these salads out the door really quickly or people especially new yorkers who are impatient or a qualm not coming back there you got personnel and hiring a lot of turnover in this industry right yes there is you've got designed you guys have set a high bar very if i walked by sweet green nowadays and it doesn't look really cool what's up with that the food needs to be good that it does the most important thing right there maybe it's the most important thing i don't know and also you also deal with all these perishable ingredients that you know if i get it avocado and my sweet and salad and it's not like perfectly ripe and you also have established a mission as a company in terms of doing good for the community sort of how food is sourced and grown and all that sort of self on relationship with farmers and you guys are also i kind of feel like you're not from silicon valley but you're sort of tech in touch company yeah we're tech enabled business exactly and you guys have to be on top of that and tech is constantly changing more important than ever do you ever like only what what did we get ourselves into when you guys started this when you're twenty three years old you know when we started sweet green it was pretty simple we didn't think about any of that we didn't aware take us but we were just trying to solve a problem for ourselves every single day in college are sick of eating the same kind of junk and decided we would build a place ourselves.