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Moment of the Day (10/8/19)

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

Moment of the Day (10/8/19)

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The Flaherty Report, With John Flaherty

Boomer & Gio

12:12 min | 1 year ago

The Flaherty Report, With John Flaherty

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How's it going guys doing race and from what you've seen from the Yankees and twins year that makes you believe that when they go to Minnesota that day twins are all of a sudden you're gonNA wake up and make this thing series I don't slider and fastball counts for strikes and that's not necessarily one of his strengths you know he likes overpower you with the fastball he likes to throw slider ready to go and you know when when you watch Tanaka dissect the lineup you just surgeon right but you know Severino different he's GonNa attack he's gotTa throw is he goes out there and throw six or seven innings tonight you know and the Twins Day away from some of their middle relievers but like I was just explaining what this Yankee lineup that's not Chris stuff is dominating enough but if he can stay away trump's fastballs fastball counts he'll he'll have a better chance what was your take on how Aaron Boone had Minnesota because I don't believe that they will I think that as I told John Friday that the twins are an inferior team they showed up and look like hidden games one and two is there a legitimate reason out there as a lineup especially with with Gartner to three hole yeah you know what boomer I've been really impressed on how tight the relatively easy to pitch to from a game plan standpoint you have to execute it and I thought Tanaka did that beautifully so I guess to answer your question you know the only way that voters it's always great to talk to you especially after a couple Yankee wins it'd be your initial impressions and I and I'm reading this morning that they're going to go with the same lineup of what Aaron Boone trotted and Tanaka just kind of pitch backwards in game two and They didn't make any adjustments offensively so this lineup that three hundred seven home runs is is series and we saw that in game one attacks with his curve ball the twins you know where we're very aggressive out of the strike zone and Paxton took advantage of that I have really expanded out of the strike zone and the Yankees have taken advantage of that and and the Yankee lineup it's been very disciplined Gimme a reason to believe that things are going to be different they're hitting the ball the other way they're taking their walks and they're just setting themselves up for some big inning so I think that's been the different so far in two games I have to say the Minnesota twins bats are I mean eight walks in each game is pretty incredible and just the very disciplined line right now it's they're not swinging at anything out of the strike zone a happening you know for me their lineup of so one dimensional and and we talked about it on Friday that you know the breaking ball was going to be a big part of this employed the bullpen in games one and two especially game one yeah surprised that he went to the bolt ten so early into John smoltz talk about Edwin encarnacion roll right out of bed and start hitting no matter whether it's a broken wrist or an oblique injury he just seems has been already The Yankee Bullpen is is obviously you know so much better than the twin bullpen but it's it's not gonNA look like it hasn't looked as many many times are you sensing that Giancarlo Stanton is in a good place right now at the plate a great place and we talked about it on Friday network learning report with John Somebody's getting as getting Zayd John Flaherty report is have the ball that much had the sacked fly in game two but he was laying off some of those breaking balls on the outer half with two strikes that we have seen him and as Aaron Boone talks about they're getting a lot of traffic a lot of opportunities Didi has the big swing Grand Slam but for me it's the at bats where you know I it's all about matchup so some of the guys that we're gonNA see come out of the bullpen earlier in games might be a little different than what we saw during the regular season live from the Investors Bank studio over sized Greg Giovanni boomer and Geo the fan simulcasts across the country on CBS sports as a professional hitter and what an addition he has turned out to be for the Yankees and what a move that Brian Cashman made in the middle of the season give me your sense of his at bats and also how do you calm him down starting this game off tonight and what do you expect to see from him yeah boomer it's GonNa be really hard he's GonNa be be jacked up he's going to be it can happen they wear you down pitches they take their walk to get into the bullpen and that's where they do their damn I always ask you this John as we talked to the Great John Florida it's off the plate he'll throw some change for strikes but not so much with a slider so to your question I think you gotTa let him go pitches game tonight I feel the same way about Aaron judge taking walks he's taking his face hits the other way I eventually these guys are going to get into some really good hitting counts and the twins do it so it's it's relentless right now from keeps going I know that you don't want to think ahead too much if you're the Yankees obviously but I mean we are on this John Carlos Stanton's at bats yeah boomer I go back to a series I worked in Detroit where encarnacion went down to the minor leagues and had eight bats and came back and I'm they're gonNA throw in a playoff game and I understand all that but but I still have faith in that Yankee lineup that they're just not gonNA get shut down by those guys whereas on what they already have but it just seems perfectly right in the middle of that lineup talking to John Flaherty on the fan and CBS Sports Network Giancarlo Stanton didn't really green out of Vino it's all about matchups in that fourth fifth sixth inning that that Aaron likes with those guys so I this is GonNa be a bullpen series games in the series so as long as he keeps his patients Kinda hangs hangs out waits a little bit eventually the twins are going to have to come to him and religion course with the Yankees and Astros in the AL CS and we're already getting colds about it and it's GonNa be different when you face the astros pitching it's not going to be the same the astros have an uber driver they mentally grind you down they they they really do because you're you're sitting there like I don't want to throw the ball over the place they're not swinging anything off of the plate and getting you know is that enough can you do this and he hits a home run the first game so obviously you can and then you're

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Justin Tuck Stopped By For A Bit

Boomer & Gio

19:30 min | 1 year ago

Justin Tuck Stopped By For A Bit

"Office Depot Officemax is your number one destination for HP INC shop are huge selection of original HP INC and now through October twelfth by one get one thirty percent off all HP INC at Your Neighborhood Office Depot officemax store and at Office Depot Dot Com or your inc online and fresh off the NBA that he got from Warton achieved from Wharton and now he's working with Goldman Sachs as a VP in private wealth management that you're on behalf of the Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year Award Honoring College Football Sued Athletes who've overcome injury illness other adversity get back on the field and he's also I mean hopefully now I think the the narrative is starting to change you starting to see you know guys think about this a lot earlier than they did when guys like boomer played just one of those things that's talked about in the rookie symposium the wealth management and guys getting the money and making sure they're making the right decisions but like how many of those guys like what percentage of those guys actually sinking in that point of their lives because I'm sure that there's something like yeah yeah yeah whatever leave me alone I'll think about this and ten years I haven't necessarily been a story about people who have played the game will transition something else and then have tried to take what they've learned in it joining us in studio right now one of the most impressive guys out there and someone has a resume that is is really unmatched a two time superbowl champion taught me a nervous management guy good good I know he does look good looks good and you know what else I he owns board jerseys and happy to be a part of what is the new wave of guys you know thinking about this type of stuff and and and and hopefully we we'll start the second career and put it back into that league and that I think he's starting to see a little bit more than we're talking to Justin talk former super bowl champion with the giants who's really dressed very well wave their stories you guys whose playful longtime who's done very well after their career in whatever sport they want would have and these these type of contracts these type of wealth should Nali last us but last into young generation two and three so I am I am excited and are you trying to do the same and then I think you know like I said you starting to see guys who have the right things are money take more of a ownership in hopefully helping me off of the movement is is has may gas more aware that you know for some reason another we try to figure out ways to reinvent the wheel we form of met Jersey didn't wear one of those those we know that I am a New York sports fanatic and that starts obviously with the New York giants the I think they were different from those of before we've seen the horror stories so I think guys are taking more more onus on the fact that we are making a lot more money and it is man all right tell you what the athletes the amount of money they're making these days just hopefully you're making a good contacts they need to be calling me calling yes I think that any ex-athlete's that I know because every time I turn on the TV there he is either at a Yankee Game Ranger game Always had a met game did you wear uh-huh yeah but here's the deal so the Yankees your Yankees man I mean sweep right through the twins and everything kind of Minnesota they haven't had a good elites as to how to protect their money and what to do and I think he does that along with Goldman Sachs as well is that right or is somebody else anyway as you screaming his name the whole night so what did they of our team this year what do you think listen I think the Rangers are young fast I'll listen I would like to Lose Ranger Jersey to the to the garden because I think when you sit behind the opposing team you tend to intimidate those guys do not intimidate hockey player I appreciate you joining us a strong statement I I would like boom Minnesota to not have to play the Yankees in the first round how about that later we let let them just the giants you said it every building think a lot of times paint fans don't like that word and they don't they don't WanNa hear that But this team no no no no no I think the the narrative has changed and you've seen a lot of the things we know Lebron a lot of the players the more than the athletes slogan and so on make them a giant for the rest of his career and then trading a couple months later it was a little nuts so now that things have yeah it looks like it has but now things have settled down and the see see them be a little bit more physical yeah I didn't like that I think the first game lundquist saves what forty seven shots you say I think some of the horror stories that we've seen in Paris on it could get pretty ugly and We know our colleague Bart Scott Actually Works Educating Young Oh you you must read the Minnesota Vikings felt bad after they left meadowlands on Sunday I listen I feel bad that's that's Jones at draft pig Dave gettleman urging of course in New York sure sure but even this was a little extreme right I mean signing a guy to a long term deal because last night nick Bosa basically said they intimidated Baker Mayfield they got after him that he was jittery skittish all those things that we've heard about did a a women in their Brooklyn thirteen in a row so I see at the Madison Square Garden all the time Nick Games and of course that I love when you wear your he's he's a rookie rookie mistakes And but I do think that that position is solidified going forward best running back in Oh you're in debt indebted to him as much as he is indebted to you and your defensive line in your performances in those games but I always think back to the game that was played the NFC champion game in San Francisco. Where boulter you defenses one after the opposing quarterback they're both quarterbacks Alex Smith included got up again and again and again and just get pieces I think they've they've improved the old line I think they got some young Donald De Line we got a lot of injuries linebacker right now that that definitely he's and the Rangers But listen I if the mets were in the running I would be ruined for the masses well what about the jets if they're playing the Patriots what they have done is they solidified what would it looks like we're going to be the quarterback of the future I think the questions around what they saw in me other quarterbacks that nobody likes to hear about your quarterback but nobody's hearing that about Dana Jones right now and look played with young Eli manning he wants you to Super Bowl League probably I would say no he there's nobody that will put saquon outside the top three right American league is what he comes and then you know from now you got young business in the bud against physical Minnesota team last week but I can say it's a rebuilding team I think element is is gonNA take his time and do the things time why are they why is if I'm Minnesota Fan like do not tear me in any round with the Yankees Yankees have they banned a- all I know is all the hype that football team will vote around those young wide receivers that young quarterback and it hasn't worked out yet switch was made for me lie to Dangle Jones looks like this team is is is rebuilding a what is your state of the giants right now your state of the Union the he likes to do as far as building doesn't really care what other people say about it you can like it loving dismiss it but I think he has a plan and he he seems to be going about it the right way go a lot of goals this year they they make the playoffs we'll say so this was a wild few months for the giants either old outback junior trade Daniel but listen manning's speed they have on on on that that that is is obviously noticeable and I think they're going to put them I expect me this new upstart you know you know take the League by storm type of football team I don't care what the talent you have on a football ah both quarterbacks got hit like thirty five times that game yeah that was one of the best football games I think ever I'd ever seen and that will be forever remembered in the back of my mind Joensuu to to warn that high draft pick has been asked him some regards he definitely has the talent to be where he is eight against teams that have been super talented if you don't have all the pieces of the puzzle to play in place especially leadership all that goes for not and and that everybody is targeting the browns I'll be everybody in the league is targeting the browns they're sick of the browns listen they they've made their bid the season is going to be where we all thought is going to be is going to be a year that we are trying to find I grew them what what is going to be the New York giants so it's and he's not going to get easier oh she's not having Thursday night that's gotta be painful for you to try to buckle up giants fans back this disfranchised they bear long and what I see is I see a young quarterback that stands in a pocket and can move always right and he does have poison you could see and you can see it from the defensive line perspective a great performances of a quarterback in the history of the League and that was Eli manning well yeah I mean you remember playing a canister anything in San Francisco I don't know what it is about the Oh you heard about was how great the Patriots were all week long right right and and so you took to the field and and you perform then you're won the game I think auty outlined in the ground but he like you said they both even Alex Smith I know we hit Alex a lot that game they both got up and they still was thinking a ball I didn't uh-huh Nick Nick mangle came to a game crazy he is not I definitely he definitely impacted Klingberg from the Dallas Stars Watch all the game last night with listen to the comments you know as far as Bosa I think you know Sherman has some things to say about Baker Listen Komo one told them to come on vocals they were and just it just seems like fourteen they hadn't done much they were just already crawling to be he's going to realize that he'll figure out ways the channel his passion which is coming from the right place he'll figure out how channel his passion to be to poor people along with him thank anymore and the reason why giant fans were saying that is -cause giant fans love players like you who were championship players you showed up to work every day you're in the ring of honor you did it the right way and they didn't like the way Odell went about his business now from your perspective was that fair or unfair assessment from a lot of giants it makes that squishy noise like such noise and you pick them out of the ground that's I think the noisy lives picked up imprint of his hands on without Beckham junior this is the one thing I know about deal he's very passionate and his passion comes from a place of wanting to win and that that's the first thing second thing that this is a League of grown men you haven't done that I was shown a game you guys are getting ready to play the Patriots twice a he's young he's he's he's had a lot of success in this league he has a lot of people that have told him how great he's been for so long Blah Blah Blah and that can kind of go in hi and whether or not he wants to be here if they give him a big contract that's all the stuff that everybody was criticizing I think I think Oh do in a lot of ways that separate people I think he's allowed the passion he has for winning to kind of a lot of ways separate him from the team aspect of the Game Louis like his his entire body like sunk in the ground I think like labor deal alive and had like grabbed his Jersey and like you know you pick something out of something waiting I think it's just an he he has a teammate I think his teammates loved him they did and the teammates in in Cleveland love him but that's not what we're all talking about he finds a way to be distracting without knowing he is I don't think he means to be I don't think he's doing anything where he's one he wants to be distracting to the team. Ah Rephrase this what were your initial feelings when you start to see what was going on with Antonio Brown you know what he was you know what I was I was confused I guess I didn't necessarily understand what his downing you're heading just in a lot of ways you know steer you in a lot of the wrong directions like you know I think it's GonNa come off me being and you can tell that I mean the San Francisco Forty nine team they have the talent they had the leadership they have the heart to playful each other and together and that's what happens when you have T- is a mouthful and that is very very impressive Justin talk is here with US Justin Good morning our you too kind man you to kind of come back more often reception like that in the field is always pretty mushy right and I can just remember I remember it Justin Smith and all this meal hidden Eli on a play and I just don't understand what his off process was and why he would do something to to put himself in the situation lose whatever you lost nine right like that you thirty one three kick their ass you feel good about it and that team seems to be going in the right direction well it looks like the Cleveland Browns or not critical of him I'm not being critical to them just saying that I think as he grows a little bit more as as in this league as a man and he gets a little old who's tell who's advising him who is he listened to advice I I don't know but you know I I don't have the inside information on what pissed off a lot of people who hasn't paid a lot of people had a wealth management person like you would make sure that he paid his bills am I right that is pay your bills I you know that had been in the similar shoes as he has been in the kind of show him his show them the ropes and show them how to handle situation will you annoyed forgive me about the stuff off the field stuff that was going on on the field with him and Josh Norman obviously we've moved away from that but then he gives the interview with low Wayne in about e ABC's young and career I mean early season hasn't worked out yet but I just feel like you know this might be that slap in the face of that wakeup call they need to go back to the drawing board and just understand good talking to Justin talked to time chamber with the giants now during the whole hotel saga we got a ton of calls giant fans would say get him Outta here tired of his act nobody file because he's such a polarizing figure because the things he's done in this league you know he has he probably has a fan base made up of you know season with three eventual winners recognize during onfield presentation at the Fiesta Bowl this year so this is something that's close to you because you came back from a major injury with the raiders forget about the Patriots now talk about the raiders and coming into camp with frozen for frostbitten feet and all that other stuff and the helmet nonsense college and that's why a justice here mayoclinic comeback player of the Year Award Comeback Dash player Dot Com thirty student athletes we recognized rather the in college and then had a big year after that injury so you're the perfect guy to talk about this well no if I'm the perfect guy but I definitely have a lot of experience in dealing with somebody you know some of the same things savell him now all the stuff off the field I don't know what's right what's true what's not true you gotta he's got a lot of accusations being thrown at him for a lot of different ways and he's twenty percent football fans eighty percent just you know whatever the general public like the personnel to the actress and these kids are dealt with being a highly tout their junior that was going to make these if I wanted to come back from our senior too play was in situations to do something money is not everything don't get me wrong with what I'm about to say and and you never played his game surgery I know I probably came back a little too early given a lot of things you swirling around the situation housing insecurities of all the ship it out to you for free so let the ink flow and

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Eric LeGrand

Boomer & Gio

09:55 min | 1 year ago

Eric LeGrand

"Buy One get one thirty percent off all HP INC at Your Neighborhood Office Depot officemax store and at Office Depot Dot Com or your INC online and Office Depot Officemax is your number one destination for HP INC shop are huge selection of original HP INC and now through October twelfth check out the role model t shirts say it's a great cause and a great guy was our pleasure the fight and all the you know some of the things that they're going to have to deal with what's what's the first thing that you tell them that seems to resonate with them to get them to the place where you are now which is just always on the fan across the country on CBS sports network what's the first thing that you tell somebody who is going through what you're going through in this this new world that they have entered in the that you got hurt playing football and we know that what you've been dealing with much like Mikey Nicholls how he got hurt playing hockey and what what gives you the motivation to get up every coach's show which I believe airs tonight he ran into boomer of course charity event recently and he had his role model t shirt on which he is wearing this I am twitter out in public messaging me tell me about this person got hurt Versa Eric how can you help this person how can you help that person he's injuries don't stop so live from the Investors Bank studio boomer assize in Gregg Giannotti boomer and Geo on the fan simulcast across the country on Sawyer up on stage and I saw the t shirt and I don't know you and Mikey Nicholls have inspired so many of us in this tristate Area I just saw the teacher and I said I gotTa get you in Allah and you know I've been there for about eighteen or nineteen years now I was one of the original found foundations that they partnered with over these years and I've seen you there the last few years exuding the positivity that you have I always try to tell people right away take the time to soak with your family understand what had happened to your life just got turned upside down warning and continue to fight honestly the people that don't get the opportunities like I'm getting right now I see them still on a weekly basis when I go to therapy on Tuesdays and Thursdays as those people that unfortunately don't have the same platform I do don't have the same support that I do just don't have the same Laflin general that I do and I kinda WanNa be that it just makes me get up and motivates me that I want to help these other people and of course I want to be able to go back to metlife Stadium and walk off that field one we're talking to Eric Legrand on boomer and Geo the stage I didn't realize you had like a little bit of comedian in you and you just put everybody at ease you know we all see you in your wheelchair we all came out with this Ed for the month of October national disabilities awareness month so I wanted to have the white ones where I can make them for people to donate money to charity so I wanNA raise here 'cause I wanNA talk to you about how we can get t shirt out there more and sell more those t shirts and how can we do that yeah so I came up with the concept role model and was for them you WANNA use my platform give them hope because you hear so many stories now being in the spinal cord injury world I'm always approached by people either on instagram all right after that I tried to tell life goes on I realized that what does injury no matter what life in time always goes on what are you going to do. CBS Sports Network and we are happy you welcome main studio right now former rutgers football player and now here on the broadcast with our Buddy Chris Carlin also the time period now after that you're going to sit there and keep our moping keep on soaking and live a miserable life or you have to figure out a way to adjust to a new life a new things that's like my time for myself which I really do you know when I see you and I see Mikey Nicholls I see the athletes that are still in you the athlete spirit that is the Great Eric Legrand Eric Good morning thanks for being here our you I'm doing awesome thank you for having me on the show great to Sierra can I say at the Samsung charity or the Simpson gives charity awareness but also funds are going to go to team granted Dana Refoundation so one day we can find a cure for paralysis you know you're you're amazing absolutely amazing and you're actually funny too and do it and you cannot be afraid to ask for help I always try to tell people you have to learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable when you get into that more when you learn be comfortable and that is a is pumping out of you all the time and I just wonder like you know when you meet somebody that's in your situation that may not have been an athlete that's where it's probably on your way and you had to overcome it who are the people that you leaned on what are the things that you needed to do to get over that you may need to do that times ten now but you still people wear the shirt it makes them feel accepted like you know when people with disabilities sometimes they get you know looked on different partners differently and things of that nature so wondering feel more accepted the situations and helps you out mentally and put you at ease in a lot of situations and once you get to a daily routine for human trained behavior becomes instinct whatever the different not R. O. L. E. R. O. L. L. and always the handicapped side because I wanted to represent me and people with disabilities and make them feel comfortable in your skin because the immediate mental toughness the will never give up the fight it's when you meet somebody like just say a middle aged woman who fell down off the ladder Holland'll games every Saturday I go to my foundation events that I have with the community I've been able to develop being able to do motivational speaking these are things I really enjoy doing this is funny because I never been a TV show guy before my injury I was always busy in college things of that nature now people always ask me like what do you do in your spare time you could just tell how proud she is of you and that has to mean the world to you right I mean and that's that's something that if you don't have that it's got to be such a tougher around you but as possible to still do things that you want to do it's just you might need a little bit more help and you start to get a new found appreciation on different than broke her back and now she's injured would you tell someone like her who's never been to the gym in her life and that's why I tried to look I tried to relate it to has there ever been a tough situation your life where things weren't home and the other is the support people that you have around you how proud they are of you guys when I see Mikey's parents how proud they are of him when I see your mommy aw come on but yes go to Grad fifty two dot com slash shop at their role model t shirts and just make a difference in this world. I'm sure the next time we'll see you I would think we'll be at the Mikey Nicholls event over at the Rock with the devils and everything in March I believe we're GonNa do that that's right so we look forward to that every year and speak with the football team there for the coaches show it's still my family workers will always be fam twenty minutes away from there so it's nice to go back to home and it is nice and it's nice to be to be welcome back to home which I'm sure they do for you so how do we get the t shirts yeah so you go on my website Eric Legrand Eric Legrand fifty-two dot com slash shop to tell you just watching you on that stage I mean brought a tear to my eye and I'm sure it brings a tear your mom's I every time she sees you but you are an amazing amazing person just keep it up up to the fullest now the two things that strike me the most when I'm around you and I'm around Mikey Nicholls first off is is your positivity in the light that you guys have when you enter ship it out to you for free so let the ink flow and get ready to print your heart out offer excludes Economy Page Wide Inc expires October twelfth and that's why I tried to tell people you may not be able to do everything that I'm doing but look for the things that he can do

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It's Update Time

Boomer & Gio

15:08 min | 1 year ago

It's Update Time

"Office Depot Officemax is your number one destination for HP INC shop are huge selection of original HP INC and now through October twelfth by one get one thirty percent off all HP INC at Your Neighborhood Office Depot officemax store and at Office Depot Dot Com or your inc online and sense to me must see must end up enjoying it and the oilers beat the islanders five two to James Neal a couple of power play goals scored four times on the night all right AH executed relay any better than that from K. K. Two Willie TD's tag you're not talking about a catcher running around or or some big lumbering raise push this thing to a game five Garrett Cole in Tyler Glass now to draft picks of the Pittsburgh pirates going again that's going to be a complete and utter NFL embarrassment for the giants unfortunately because they're all hurt and the Patriots might have their best team that they've ever had as the ball is going to be handled by three different people and let's not forget with all the new rules catcher and blocking the plate Travis Star where he was and then kept his body is one another in a game five to move on to the Al Cs you got a human sacrifice that will happen tomorrow the giants and the Patriots now pressure put pressure on them. Let's go yeah absolutely and then you know they show you the replay when you could actually hear the announcers and we've been out by twenty feet and this this was looks like the giants are getting back there to their inside linebackers Alco gotree being one about Oh okay so that the line news yes all of this stuff good morning Jerry morning brought to you by the ranking auto group schedule an appointment today to write Katina's service center for First Class Service at affordable prices and we will start arrays take a one nothing lead here the bottom of the first and that is raised radio with the call feminist annihilated flat fastball essentially over the Left Field Wall I mean Call Vegas man call let them know he's back I don't think it's line worthy movement now of course not no no it is not Jerry's ear with was playing very well done but you know what it was perfectly executed by the race and that's what takes the throw a guy like L. to a out I mean they're pushing the envelope they want down oh to now it's too resilient bunch for sure it's incredible it is we've used that word a lot lately and this is just another a place where how to bake couldn't get his hand in there and it wasn't a violation that's another part of this thing that Kinda goes unnoticed here's Kevin Cash Cure Meyer dumbest d'arno one nothing rose homers here to matters in all they tack on a couple more Travis Dr no with an RBI single kinda has had is in it and enjoy Wendell with a double the right Willie adamas the home run in the fourth and inbetween at the game at the trump last night and not a good start for Justin verlander terrific start for Tampa to pitch launch toward left back at Bradley he looks up gotTa make you've ever out of watching that Jerry as baseball coach man it's the greatest thing I've ever seen you know it's funny because when they didn't send d'arno in the first inning what are you doing I believe it's Jose Altuve Day and everything had to be perfect and it was it was a Bang Bang place so that right from the raise managers mouth there's Kevin Cure Meyer want to score they haven't scored so they're trying to be aggressive it's the right call by the third base coach yeah the way yeah and it could because it takes a perfectly executed defensive play I was actually blown away to hear Josh Rennick say this little surprised by you know how you know much intensity was in this atmosphere we haven't really played very well you know with the wall plays the Caramel to third is being way ADAMAS relay here's the throw domino's got it again raise radio with the on seven hits three walks just three and two thirds eighty four pitches only fifty two for strikes didn't seem to have it at all and he came out in that fourth inning for Tampa they use six P I mean you're the big relay play yarbrough top breathes out and throws line tried to the cap right-center on the move care mirror can't get shorter once I got out there pretty quickly realized that control just wasn't where I would like the fastball and slider was just a kind of spending all night really wasn't doing a whole lot what's note for all of us showing how much of that resiliency we have and so they'll go to Houston for a game five now Justin verlander really struggled and he knew early he didn't have his best cheers with Blake Snell getting the final two outs for the save in his first career relief appearance and this will go to what you were talking about gee maybe to boomer about the crowd at the trump he backtracked but he told the truth I believe he told the truth that I realized how bad that sound it was maybe I shouldn't say that yeah national's Walker Bueller with Clayton Kershaw right behind him taking on Stephen Strasburg meantime a lot of managerial openings baseball Joe Girardi who did the game last night and ten out Yankees get the winner of the series which will start on Saturday tonight to game five she got the cardinals and Atlanta Jack Flyer facing Mike Foale Knezevic flaherty says ready to roll his over legit opportunity for Brody van wagon and in the mets what are you gonNa pay him I pay but when you could hear him was a guest with Mike on the fan my guest him if he is interviewed anywhere yet I can't tell you if I have or haven't but I expect there to be some with something like that I wouldn't say player probably bad wording but no just maybe not used to that mini crowded crowded that much atmosphere here's a little different for us coming in but there's no excuse we go back on silver pairs that get certain situations I know what I'm comfortable doing I know what I'm not comfortable doing when he hopes to have his stuff tonight for sure the later game the dodgers you do expect okay so you expect to be in the in the loop here yet hey do he would not say anything yeah what do you want take your business then it's like the Astros from a couple years ago when it Yankee Stadium lose it home yeah absolutely and that's why you have to favor them in a in a game five but I mean you just no you're not because you wouldn't have used the words a lovely true yeah lovely like come up with at least fifty other words happy-go-lucky thank God I talked to you about anything slot the game ahead of pass the time everyone man you would what I would do what will frighten Jeff Pam well you could pay Jerry's familiar ten million dollars you can Joe Girardi three million all that stuff I you know I understand that you're curious about the injuries I really don't have anything to add other than what's out there sounds like what's out there is not stuff that we put out yeah that's right ball giants take on the Patriots Sterling Shepard won't play Saquon Barkley Evan Ingram Wayne Gelman not likely to play but have not been ruled out as Pat Shurmur Chris Carlin before I got the lovely but hey he is lovely as well happy go lucky certainly as the rutgers Maryland game a little bit with him probably not asked about the status of Barclay and Ingram I didn't 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thing in the morning apologize or explain herself or something like what in the hell why because gillies the twitter police were out there screaming at everybody do you think that that was times and your great career that you've Palmer and Gino in the morning now running you got a lot of that in the beginning I haven't heard that in like a year and Amber Gino in the morning named best quarterback yet so I I read a tweet from big head Michael K that the lovely Chris Carlin will be Okay this would that be good let's say you're Britain Ma her when you were the kicker of the cowboys and you heard your owner say this his performance so far okay right what is he supposed to say no yeah I interviewed with the teams don't worry about it you said Joe Mads interviewing with the Angels Alenia Lung and Interesting Word Yeah I would go with a different adjective lovely big huckabee bear wasn't that I was love now town yeah lovely and talented not an animal he's giving us when we step up there we 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Kershaw Blows It, Cards Roll And One More Game 5

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18:29 min | 1 year ago

Kershaw Blows It, Cards Roll And One More Game 5

"Buy One get one thirty percent off all HP INC at Your Neighborhood Office Depot officemax door and at office depot dot Com or your INC online and Office Depot Officemax is your number one destination for HP INC shop are huge selection of original HP INC and now through October Twelfth Ause and the second game was all the decisions that the manager has to make and how they get screwed up and all of a sudden the game gets away from Ya and it's it's amazing how fast last few years it comes back to the manager and his decision making and this is why I think many fans around here Yankee fans from the investors bank studios storming back against Guests Huda Tie the Game Clayton Kershaw unreal he comes in strikes out and then last night unbelievably so but maybe believably so the LA dodgers lose to the Washington nationals who come and he's GonNa go to that bullpen and he's gonNA use those arms Dave Roberts for three years now I think is how I feel like it's been ten years but has had opportunities it always seems I in the biggest spots that decisions he's making which I'm sure his his his own decisions but as analytics department down here noticed growth in Aaron Boone over the last year since last year's playoffs that is not messing around that he's got a stack bullpen you see the Atlanta Braves that game was lost before they had an opportunity to hit ten nothing in the first inning the game was over is probably helping him in this regard they blow up in their face they blow up in there it's unbelievable and it's like three years in a row now well three years in a row works out like getting the one out Clayton Kershaw wasn't good enough we have to put them back out there to see if you can get us through more outs and then you know putting Joe Kelley out pitcher and there's something that happens to the dodgers in the playoffs with their bullpen and the way the Dave Roberts manages them that just never tonight you got the giants on Thursday night football against the mighty patriots and you also have game five of the A. L. D. S. between the I battery faces on three pitches the next three pitches two out of the three of them out of the park game tied nationals win in extra innings Howie Kendrick grants straight years and in those seven straight years got three LDS losses to world series losses in two about the last craters in particular I mean arrays in the Astros Glass Dow in coal as the Yankees await their opponent in the AL C S and the two game fives that we had yesterday day if you're looking at it from the losing team perspective two of the worst ways to lose an elimination game not a good way to lose but when the Abbott seven years in a row for the dodgers and I don't know what it's like to have a team that's that good and is always they're competing for a championship you coming up short seven awesome but he's they're closer there's a lot of things that go on here but when things go wrong and things blow up in your face the way that they have for the dodgers over work at a fifty five appearances this year I mean it's just it's mind numbing it's mind numbing that they stay away from Kenley Jansen they they don't want to put them out they don't the world series last three one goes to seven games of course in two thousand seventeen I mean this is just and Clayton Kershaw I don't like when you when people say I feel bad for this GonNa win and you're so right I was thinking about it when those home runs call sale out of the cell it out of the Ballpark you know I'm a big Clayton Kershaw fan I think he's a terrific like crap if you're Dave Roberts is certainly crap if you're either Kershaw or Kelly how do you feel if your Bryce Harper no my goodness and your team whereafter he gets a one two three inning again you know I think for like maybe F- or maybe it was about eight or nine time he's gone for extended the question is is Ken Tampa you know get to the Houston bullpen or will they get after Garrett Cole in the situation where nobody I mean Washington nationals advanced to the LCS bryce Harper isn't there the phillies win the off-season Bryce operas on the Phillies and then they don't even finish in the IT's bad for this guy because he's had here's the thing this guy is at an unbelievable career he's been one of the best pictures of his generation and this is what he's going to be slam unreal and the nationals move on Good morning boomer how are you I'm doing great Joe and I have to give you credit you call the yes you said that if they go to Clayton Kershaw game over Washington's art again down in Philadelphia who knows maybe ever think about that maybe he should go to the ray drum for the flyers maybe but but really what it comes down I feel bad for that but this one when he because the way that he handled it in the post game and he goes everything that they say about me in the postseason is true go to the National League Championship Series Ball you change teams and you play for a team that basically collapsed at the end of the season where you're supposed to be a leader yeah first time ever that the ATV behind the scenes that the arts signed behind home plate really isn't in the stadium that's a green screen and we all know that TV that they put the go out and get us potato chips and now I figured out what it is because I watched the highlights again this morning with you so the annals es presented by us is unbelievable the top of all of this right so watching these games I get the bed late I have a dream I wake up this morning I have a dream I wake up this morning around early this game at this point right that I went out and bought three bags of potatoes Jim well look at that see who says it advertising doesn't work that was unbelievable look at those odds people have to be thrilled and then hello everyone and I knew that I was missing something in my life so I went out and bought like three bags of Utz potato chip wow advertising really working so subliminal or something and then number four this is it and just to be that good and then this be at that large of a stain on his resume is just a just a tough thing couple things so you onto tonight is that there are two road teams at one yeah I know and if the third row team wins tonight you know what that means the Yankees will have home field for the rest of the way and you're going to bloomer asides incorrect GNC boomer and Geo on the fan simulcasts across the country CBS sports network Thursday morning as we always do and hit the snooze button alarm and I felt right back to bed and I went deep into boy yeah that's tough and this part of my the honest and there's the choke down yes I mean that's what he said I just I just felt awful form in the way that he reacted so you feel I did I don't normally feel bad astros because that's going to be an epic series is going to be an epic so you know it's kind of interesting so here are the raise a glass now going for them and of course they're going against Cole plus on his on his part stories choking out paople bon managers get a really a really does not look good doing something he goes hey man you get a rash of your foot from your ice skates it's time for boomers I said I said talk about you so you raise to win I would like I would rather go on a Saturday right I would rather go on Saturday but hey whatever it is it is I'm not going to be upset if it's the hi my sleeping I had a dream about Tom Brady okay now the last time we talked about you and a quarterback in a dream it was you and Aaron Rodgers in bed right that was not in bed with Tom Brady okay I was I was working out with Tom Brady out on a field use overrunning plays or something I was I got a text the running man this is insane yeah and then art so I'll be getting I was so sick to my stomach top three in the division in the alleys it's crazy good really is you gotta think what's wrong with me visit me has to be thinking what I mean thing I mean I actually feel I of course I don't think the giants are GonNa Win I picked the Patriots and the giant knockout pool that I mean when you only pick you can pick the same team every week but lots of growing thing it's all about this year anyway right he and right now he's he's thinking we can win this game that's what he's thinking oh interesting so tonight as the eight twenty start for football predict yeah no it was then of course tonight this is what we've been waiting for finally GonNa know the Yankees opponent and you got the giant game on top of it which is going to be interesting winging it ended up being a four hour two minute affair so even when you've got not a lot offense and pitchers doing their thing it still ends up being longer games in the postseason but you would imagine nobody is predicting that no they are into yesterday nobody predicted what you saw except for the kershaw part of it but in that Garrett Cole would continue his dominance tonight but I mean after seeing yesterday and seeing the raise and against ver lander I don't know my my skates fit perfectly everything's good I said you know I know what's the problem how long have you been skating while you know about three weeks three weeks actually be thinking about the game the game five between the the braves and the cardinals nobody saw that coming I mean nobody's crate away that thing unfolded in the first WHO's Is Darling working with Ryan Anderson Yeah I think it is I forgot whatever that guy is he kind of told the story story but he told a little bit of and you know you saw the pictures yesterday bureau pitch well and Strasbourg once he finally settled down he pitched really well into the great in the flaherty pitch great and the other game so the game on Saturday I would yeah so I'm going to go to one game if it's the raise I'll go Saturday if it's the Astros I'll go Thursday I feel better about the giants chances against the Patriots and I did the jets against the eagles because lady yeah well because the quarterback play Daniel Jones play but he's not going to have Evan uh-huh knitting on a third got three strikeouts and he was great it's not it's not for everybody you know I I it's just a weird kind of situation and I always think like you he's not gonNA saquon Barkley throwing shepherd yeah I think it just illustrates the fact that I think Daniel Jones's competent enough to be able to pull off a miracle a Luke Falk was never able to do that it's not things right now but I also using every weapon you have available to you I mean in the regular season you're thinking we yeah I would I doubt it because the way the coles been pitching but I mean Hell you even had the game three of twins Yankees was two nothing in the seventh inning Oh you play all year long with a certain group of guys and then you come to the money spot in a game that means everything to move on and then all of a sudden you're changing the way you're doing watching this not that I wanted to brace and when I just WanNa watch a good baseball game and we got we don't have a good baseball game here third inning something was telling me that I had who al- already has a history of failure in the playoffs and you're bringing him in in in a spot where you think okay you know going to happen it's GonNa get ugly Daniel Jones just it's going to be a really really tough spot for him but as long as he comes out of this game healthy I what an experience for him to be able to the blow the game I mean just sort of like a joke and then it ends up being just like that but I remember you know so you saying that it's just kind of like the thought process the reason why they play the game at heard I've heard that before all right just wondering heard that before I forget that I have to say you know your take on Clayton Kershaw yet it's like it's the metal part of the game so you have Clayton Kershaw Cy Young Award winner Stud as you pointed out you know one of the best pitchers all and you'll be about an hour and fifteen minutes into the baseball game that starts at seven zero seven tonight on f s once I wonder if it'll be a four hour game tonight for baseball of his of his era and all this other stuff on the mound and upcoming this kid one Soto so the mindset of Kershaw's I'm getting this guy I'm I gotta get I keep building and building a case for Tampa tonight but I just think it's it's an exercise in futility to keep trying to figure out a way to win around strikes out at a meeting on three pitches saying he's the hero sit them down good great thanks Clayton did your job now go get another guy yeah hi I'm Joe I'm going after him because he's Clayton Kershaw yeah right and what does he do yeah I actually throws at eighty nine mile an hour fastball right down the middle gotta get used to it and I said scoring goals yet because you had a hat trick last night I'm like of course you did and then I woke up and said I gotta get the Wfan talks of baseball adds up and they rotate the ads route innings and that odds thing kept coming up and they kept telling me go get some let's go get some you got so sick of like just watching today it was sort of a throwaway line with Jerry he's going through goes well they're going to start Walker Bueller GonNa bring in Clayton Kershaw right behind him I just said just got so many games to play you gotta set ourselves up for the postseason in the game like this you don't know if you're going to survive so you gotta use every available here it is you know you're bringing in a guy you should be able to get through this he gets the first batter I would've said that's it nuff well if you think about it he comes in with runners on base in the seventh inning and then that's right I saw it must add Tom Brady on my mind because tonight's game yeah he might have a hat trick tonight just weird it was like a really one of those weird odd days yes so and he went back to him right so six pitches for Clayton Kershaw six three inches three of them are two atom eaten and it's just how good certain starters may be coming out of the pen as of like the way corporate last night Davis Great Okay so he was great last night who would you rather be a part of yesterday as a team what team would you rather have dealt with being a part of the braves who had no shot in that game like all these young players in the east there's a lot of good young players well yeah there's a lot of young man yeah sure but the thing is it was in Soto Mike Goodness I mean to want to talk about a superstar we know this already said a million times but he does it in a game five now to it's like a coup superstar but it's who was it there's somebody on the dodgers staff that has basically control Soto two point yeah and and I was reading this in the major so I don't know that would be really a hard thing to do because then you go out on the field and you know the reality is that you're GONNA lose and you're playing losing baseball anyway and you're giving bronze as you go along that had a miserable for the braves the way this thing unfolded for the dodgers was you know they ship it out to you for free so let the ink flow and get ready to print your heart out offer excludes economy page wide INC expires October twelfth after the first inning like what the hell just happened and how did it happen in how'd it unravel and plus we're going against flaherty who's going to be the next great right handed pitcher a probably a lot of dodgers fans probably had like what are we doing here I always say this I understand old after that that one strikeout and he comes back out and then I'm sure he's still feel great about themselves then ran don't hits it out and then at that point I'm thinking he's probably thinking it's unraveling telling you it may not be for us about Dave Roberts but I am telling you I can guarantee you it's about Dave Roberts dodger fans that that's that's going

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'The Flaherty Report' - On To The ALCS

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14:28 min | 1 year ago

'The Flaherty Report' - On To The ALCS

"Office Depot Officemax is your number one destination for HP INC shop are huge selection of original HP INC and now through October twelfth by one get one thirty percent off all HP INC at Your Neighborhood Office Depot officemax store and at Office Depot Dot Com or Your Inc online and Ah John always good talking to you we will talk to you later on this week all right guys have a good week all right there he goes John Flaherty the flaherty report your expectations of the Yankees at all with how well they played across the Board Wow I thought it would be a closer conversation one is that the twins were completely over matched and I don't want to over value what the Yankees did because of the opponent and the other thing is potentially and we should see John Flaherty report brought to you by Stoli vodka the official vodka of the Yankees radio network and by tire discount tire pros at John Good morning kind of how Luis Severino looked in the start last night yeah I think you're right on kind of all over the place fastball command the stuff looks pretty good no no I wasn't surprised I kinda you know we're talking about it after the fourth inning and the way the lineup was going to turn over for third time the May probably have win by Berliner later on tonight but you've got another team that's just as good they did this series for you elevate ends defense pitching starting pitching bullpen you know but you WANNA come out of it saying this is a championship team and they have been all year there's a couple of things though you have to put in the right now it's time once again it's the flirty report with John Clarity somebody's getting that's right somebody is the and I'm thinking are they just talking through every inning now as we move forward here in the playoffs and were you surprised that they left Severino in the ability to kind of walk off the mountains of spots I was worried about him being so amped up and he would just be out there checking it as hard as he could he actually he's more competitive but banned jail I gotTa tell you I I was really impressed with the Yankees and you mentioned it all facets we've already talked about the quality he wasn't perfect obviously the big jams in the second and the third and his fastball command was something he really couldn't get under control early on in the game just give us your overall but yes hopefully another eight forty star when a four hour and two minute game is not in our future but it very well could be so it started Severino last act three major league starts I think is is everything that Larry and Aaron Boone would've looked for so you know obviously we talked before the series how big the you know maybe velocity wasn't great right from the beginning of the game but you know what I take away from his start last night was a little bit of maturity and by that I mean early lead in the ability to navigate through that and get out of it without any damage I thought was brilliant but the way he's walked off the mound composed themselves gene. How are you get morning guys I'm a little tired but I'm fine yes you're tired of it I'm sorry to throw it back in your face Jesus all the sudden he's at playoff big time player that we've seen in the past so I think the Yankees in the series impressed mate in every facet you know buckled down on every pitch was a huge huge four innings for him you know it's kind of interesting watching Aaron Boone stand there in the dugout with Larry Rothschild right to his left China's going to be four innings from Severino shut up an exotic that every time man when I look at this Yankee in this series they did everything well whether it was awesome it took a couple of steps back and slow the game down a little bit and you referenced that second inning was the biggest thing as a game bases-loaded nobody out after the Yankees had taken it especially in last night's game and the way that lineup just keeps coming at you and one for nine Yankees played great series this is interesting he's at the beginning of their next as assuming that they do win? Here's a question that halfway John you're over there yes you're hanging around with all the guys you know from you know the Yankees took care of business they swept they're going to be rested Houston's gotTa go another game here on short rest and everything else I don't know how that will impact his availability for the I think there's going to be some issues moving forward with some of the relievers they're going to have to have to get more out so you know obviously starters you know that that probably had to be hit I mean and if you could have gone four shutout although they were stressful innings so at the end of the day four shutout innings after him only coming back meaning in the fifth inning is what happened last night so that's GonNa come back and get you but all around starting pitching was good bullpen was better defense was amazing bats and kind of taking pitches and walking and making pitchers work you know the way the defense showed up last night you know whereas was unbelievable the Jack Curry to David cone and everybody else in between Paul Neil Michael is the prevailing thought that de Gregorio is going to be a part of the Yankees long term future the series and then moving forward I think there are some guys who can handle the stage and raise their game and coming off a major injury it was an up and down here you first Aaron judge doesn't get a hit last night but he's a big factor in the game the way played right Field Didi Gregorius went from a lazy finished we're going to be a premium trying to go deeper into the game but you're not going to be able to go through nails CSM the best of seven and and have relievers used your big time relievers in one eighty but at the biggest moments here he's stepping up to the plate like he always has so I expect him to be back would you change or expect a change to this lineup in the AL based on matchups or is this just the lineup did you expect the Yankees to ride with until they see other results well it has been forever until maybe the last month you start talking about it and the way he was Kinda limping to the finish line and you say what what done it as a Yankee he's been he's been pledged huge performer during the postseason I expect him to be back you know he's kind of reminding US act on past during the biggest game of the year and obviously you guys know this you know Yankee fans they're all about October and what you do during the biggest months of the year DD yeah. I guess it's strange to say that I would expect the same lineup because we've never seen the same lineup during the year and obviously injuries weren't big reason why but serve you know trying to get through those guys so I I would keep it the same as long as everybody's healthy obviously I think they found something that's working They AH AH bats I still feel good about it it's like anything that he does everybody's GonNa look point to and I get it but I thought he was a contributor in the fact that he was kind of you know grinding out at bats like everybody else he didn't have a big moment you know contributed a little bit but I I'm not GonNa kill this guy you know I'm GonNa wait for me Oh I think Ari Boone sounds something here I think he found the lineup that works You know as an ex catcher I would know how to navigate this lineup because the first three Oh positions where you have the power in the middle you know now all of a sudden you get Sanchez about a whole lot better last night this is the lineup I'd roll out there and I take my chances strike yeah he's he's the guy that everybody you know for some reason the Yankee Pants and I understand it you know but I think I talked about the quality is going to happen here I mean you know the law firm qualifying offer I'd see if he's going to take it DD Just Kinda reminds us now in the series that hey this is guys make you work so hard in lemay judging Gardner and they just never given and they felt it just mentally they wear down a pitcher and a cat appoint during a game where he might pinch hit for anybody in that lineup I don't think so so would you value an extra arm in the bullpen uh-huh quickly and another one asked to play another game is the lay offs stuff I think it affects there's not one answer for every team I think it affects every team differently but you know the Yankees will not play a game you know Monday obviously Monday night they'll not play another game until Saturday do you believe that it has any effect positive or negative on them at all describe it out and they kind of have an edge about them that I I don't expect it to be an issue I expect them to take a couple of days off enjoy themselves a little bit figured out who they were I mean I I hate nit picking stuff like this though John I would imagine the roster's going to remain the same you don't see you don't see that overall changing well we talk a little own it is and then you know kind of go through the whole process again I think the one thing from an organizational standpoint that really stood out to me is they very any worse for him although I agree with you I think he's he's he's participated in this series I don't think he's been a disaster and the fact that he did take walks and didn't swing I don't jail I mean I could have said the same thing you know about this division series they had a little time off before that they had things wrapped up he wants to let their teammates down it's the chemistry equation here and it's like okay judge strikes out he gets up gets a hit or gardner gets a hit or whatever especially will be very prepared with a game plan on how to navigate the lineup last thing for me John One thing I see out of this team is a team there where nobody very prepared against the Minnesota twins to break down that lineup they they had all the information they had the game plan that they wanted they see they get to come home they get to enjoy what did this series and they get to watch a game today to see whether or not it's going to be the astros this weekend or whether or not they got to go to a game five with the race so the change if any I think that they would make but you know obviously they're happy with the way when they can get healthy accurate and sounds like he's GonNa be fine the ankle what did you think of Stanton's first at bat last night I am so long ago but over he struck out remember he had that feeble swing on the third and you know it's funny the analytics department and all of these front office as they zero value on chemistry clubhouse and all of that stuff but when you it's their year it looks like it's their year Joe's been saying it now for about the last three months and I have to agree with him I don't know if you would have the same assessment that I do I do are and how happy judge is for his seem eight while he's disappointed in himself so I kind of see the whole chemistry thing coming together I just much of an issue after the game so I would expect maybe the only conversation adding another pitcher one of the questions that's always asked this time of year when a team wraps up a series turned out to be you started this interview talking about the maturity of Severino last night how would the maturity of Aaron Boone as manager of this team so far and I don't wanna t title after that and it ended up working out Chad Green going a little bit longer help them but I've worrying a seven game series if they're gonna be that aggressive Awesome Matt is GonNa Throw aside session on Wednesday he he was saying last night after the game that if that goes well he might be a possibility so that would be the only eh pitches and all that all that other stuff was a good sign and you know why would you wanna mess with anything right now I mean they they just basically tore apart the twins now they sit back community so now they sit back on organization wait to see if it's going to be Tampa or Houston once they do that they're going to dive in head first and I think the pitching staff winds manager looks great when they lose doesn't look great and sometimes not all about him but for me he seems like he's more in-command and more confident handing it to the next guy you start believing that something is a little bit different here with this team they all get along they've all been through so many ups and right behind me a Lotta Times here hitters say that and you know you don't really believe it but when I watch these guys on how patient they are and they're just kind of ship it out to you for free so let the ink flow and get ready to print your heart out offer excludes Economy Page Wide Inc expires October twelfth you know they just this I don't know something about this team there's a focus there there's a there's a hunger there you know they is that that's the way he's going to being that's all great when it works out but you know last night us three of your main relievers in the fifth inning and you know you got a lot of baseball in the dugout with the decisions that he's making and he pushed all the right buttons in this particular series is that is that fair to say just easy to

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Yanks Handle Their Business, Baker & The Browns Get Rolled

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16:40 min | 1 year ago

Yanks Handle Their Business, Baker & The Browns Get Rolled

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I'm sure some discussion over the next few days because Stanton's first at bat looked horrific I mean didn't have a shot last night and the Yankees just completely dismantled this baseball team head head to the AL CS for the second and the more he could pitch you know before he gets to the Yankees the better yeah and if there's some way that the rays can beat Vir- lander in game four and then they have to go to things have come for the twins I just could not make it happen when they needed to have something go right for them and John Smalls was talking about that last night but swept under the rug but and even those guys not hitting at the top of the Lineup de Gregori assist hits last night gleyber Torres comes through obviously Mabon comes through down in four say game forward Justin Ver- lander does have to pitch on short rest but I tell you the Yankees hitting pitching You hit on all the the salient points here you're talking about defense and you're talking about timely hitting only one home run hit and that was Obviously what happens between the Astros in raising really the good news for the Yankees is that you know they gotta go for another game they go forth game and that means Berliners going to pitch again Torres last night so they want another ways and I'll tell you the Houdini act that Severino had in the second inning they amazing Yep Utah and he didn't look like he flinched at all either no he got out of what was a basal loaded no out jam and I kind of like you know a sign of for -tunities to pitch because of injury but his his history in the postseason and Yay was a little bit all over the place with the fastball it seemed to be op the entire night but he it's too big for him and last night even though he wasn't perfect in that situation he buckled down with nobody out he didn't he didn't flinch at all he had you just explained it so he kind of like got himself into a little bit of jam twice actually yeah and got out of those jams and a couple of times hit ninety nine they just beat but they could not be going into the lcs playing better than they are right now good morning boomer our you know I'm doing great jail and you're you're sweating he didn't look like he was nervous just look like a guy who hadn't pitched for a while and then just had to throw a couple of sliders and a couple of change in the next was in jumpy and I think that was the biggest point because if you think about him now wildcard game against the twins a couple years ago last year against red sox where he got killed it just looked like the postseason perfect and you know he met a couple of nights poise out feel too so I wanna take anything away from anybody on this team right now simply because they swept the twins and now they sit and wait and so I I give him credit through a lot of pitches in four innings it was frustrating for sure but it was also it was frustrating also rewarding because what you just said about some of the plays that Glare tour has made Didi Gregorius may which made how about how about Dj Lemay First Base Yeah you can just tell on his face he's laboring through this lineup even when he's having a little bit of success how difficult it is to face the Yankees and then what role in game five and the Astros move on at that point and that really seminar to see grandkid Cranky Yankees are not intimidated raise mcgahn Jesus and you're right is fast ball was up and I think that's I dunno pitchers would know better than we would we can ask clarity when he comes on a little bit later on this morning so many key pitches man it was unbelievable and you know you're sitting there and you go all right what's going to happen here you just waiting for somebody to hit a home run for the twins and it never happened about you know why why was his ball up so much why wasn't it down and that probably due in large part to the fact that you know he's just come back you know I that's what I would think yeah and on the other end Torrisi who wasn't bad I mean he was the the best of the three that the twins throughout the Yankees Oren yesterday there there's no way but yeah you mentioned Severino last night and it was such an important thing to see not only because of his story twenty one thousand nine hundred and not getting a lot of ended up facing Houston there's going to be a lot of nibbling going on and so much so much again also depends and we saw this yes I saw this watching these games yesterday just the way the umpires on behind the plate is different and we all know this but really came to light yesterday just watching we are right now in a year the guys in celebration the clubhouse it talking about taking pitches and not swinging at balls strikes everything that Giancarlo Stanton you wanna see him do Radio Gomorrah size and Greg Audie boomer and Geo on the fan simulcasts across the country on CBS sports that were good Tuesday onto is they just they put these pictures through a mill I mean these guys are exhausted by the end of it because they have to be so fine they're all throughout the day and all these games what the empire behind the plate sees yeah right Oh my God I mean the high strikes in one game low strikes in another game I mean you could just just an all time football term and he applies it to baseball and it's true as you see the Aaron Judge Catcher interference game of inches you see some of these calls that go one way with a didn't the entire game but it never seems to be like you want to call hi strike caught the entire game called for both teams and John smoltz kept talking about a game inches last night which is a on and and for the most part the savage part of what the lineup has been doing is that they happen taking pitches they haven't been swinging at bad pitches and I'm telling you right now I if in fact games and watching how the batter's I think in the cardinal game were the braves games were ticked off because they were calling high strikes as long as it's consists right and so perfect to be able to have success against the Yankees for a full game this was a to nothing game in the seventh inning ended up being five one game a by the end of it but I mean Abol on the outer half in or half of the plate and sometimes go the other way another time so it just seems like everything has worked out for the Yankees but they've made their own lock I mean that's really what it comes down so you know and as long as as long as they just stay patient and stay the savages that I keep telling you that that's what Aaron Boone's talking about if what is his first at bat he looked lost but be that as it may it doesn't really matter they win and the great thing about the lineup is that they can continue to he is just he's a clubhouse leader he is someone who's so rock solid and he's also shown you these big game player to he's on a Yankee Apple rb is in game three and makes a spectacular play with the game still in the balance with two runners on in the ninth inning of game three as well so of every single one of those players if somehow you do not sign him and bring him back but Jesus how much money are they willing to pay him yeah and we will see is on three days rest but I don't see that happening I I really don't I mean the rays are going to be throwing whether classic Bullpen Games they're going to have their closer starting they're gonNA throw fifty sort of depends on the rest of the postseason to if this is a world series team and he turns out to be a world series. MVP It makes it even more difficult for a team to say goodbye to a guy like that but that's all the time in for another time but you know I tell you after yesterday you know the Yankees disposing of the twins away they did and then the astros getting crushed idiot ninth-inning I mean it was just it was ridiculous and if you see the Labor Torah the reaction to the gleyber torres play from Aaron Boone I mean that's about as fired up as he gets in the dugout when he gets fired up usually yelling at umpires but he was going crazy after that glacier play and Devi gregorious I mean this is another reason why the Yankees made me a guy that is is coming into the postseason slumping has an awful game one in the series where he looks loss then by the way it's a grand slam in game two as the rest of the team does so well I mean just wears everybody down had a hit last ninety straight out well it doesn't matter it does hit the hit the to an umpire who gets a little bit more aggressive with the strike zone that's when you have the problems but I don't know last night defensively they were awesome yeah that play at second base by glacier the seven ended up being a five one game did not go into extra innings I mean there's there's two regulation like no extra inning games nine by the raise and having to throw burland or I mean the scales have tipped a little bit in the Yankees favor at least for a day and it could be even more in their favor it ver landers some al loses we do have a younger player that you can put over there I don't even WanNa talk about it yes I don't even want to think about D D growers not being in a Yankee uniform the fact that he is replaced replaced and nobody's talking about who replaced right and he's having his own success in the postseason to the point where everybody's gotTa talk to Reggie Jackson about how good he is and you know he is he is a guy that like you said is a leader in the clubhouse one of the more popular guys on the team I think that you would you would break the hearts shortstop to be we know this already and he'd better be here for a long haul I I would like the thing so but this is one of these decisions that you gotta be really careful about lineup you've got Gary Sanchez Didi Gregorius and Jewish shell that's seven eight nine in the limelight and your sixty eight or might be your best that's ridiculous that's ridiculous eighty kitchens has got his hands full man you can't you can't go on Monday night football I understand that the CISCO's loaded man defensive line it's great ugh I mean it was just a mess for the browns so think about where the forty niners have been the last two years under Kyle Shanahan they've had injuries they lost their quarterback adding but when it's in the post season it's not as frustrating the only annoying part is that the eight forty first pitch that was the only annoying part when you put that on top of the four hour really pleased with that but don't you also WanNa see a sports fan these two titans go

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Moment of the Day (10/9/19)

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02:21 min | 1 year ago

Moment of the Day (10/9/19)

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An Update Yankee Fans Are Sure To Enjoy

Boomer & Gio

18:04 min | 1 year ago

An Update Yankee Fans Are Sure To Enjoy

"Office Depot Officemax is your number one destination for HP INC shop are huge selection of original HP INC and now through October twelfth buy one get one thirty percent off all HP INC at Your Neighborhood Office Depot officemax store and at Office Depot Dot Com or your inc online and Yankees move on the Minnesota twins provide a little resistance there are back in the Al Cs awaiting the next opponent how well they played to win this game he says it was fun to watch the we rubbed up against them and the way they took off I wanted them to feel feel us in this series and I singles Didi Gregorius him to here's Aaron Boone on Yes post-game amazing effort by everyone so proud of the way they played tonight imagine that series doesn't go seven but still have to get their first Jerry RECCO is year with all of that and more from yesterday Good Morning Jerry Good Morning Point turned out to be the winning hit because they would beat the twins five to one gleyber Torres three hits couple of doubles a home run three runs scored he was tremendous de Gregori as pair of nobody out jam early on as we know Chad Green the winning relief are all this Chapman the five out save Zach Britton did leave in the eighth inning with an apparent leg injury not sure of that here is oh you that I do not sit here frustrated at all I sit here extremely happy and extremely proud this after they lost and we are more work to do and Mr Positive Award goes to Rocco Ball Deli the felling manager although the team was really good this year they went and it was the same old same old old twins failing Rocco Deli saying only yes very sad because of this was just whatever he says nothing to be ashamed of I need it when I say it will it be the raise with a miracle comeback after winning yesterday or most likely the Houston Astros the astros that's GonNa be one hell of a series I can't what they're going home in three days right why they stink okay thanks anyway game one will be Saturday between the Yankees and Astros or the a Lotta Fun so far let's keep it going as they take it in three straight Giancarlo Stanton says we've only just begun this this series did you by Bobby v's restaurant and sports bar in Winter Stamford the destination crafted for all some of this sounds from Monday night indeed we start at target field in Minnesota between the Yankees show gardner a two Bay said over third and the Yankees take a to nothing lead that is John Sterling on the Fan Brett Gardner giving them a to nothing lead at that it again was dd on yes says is DJ Lemay Hugh this is why I chose this club Louis game here Oh wow yeah so what do you want him to say being a stick with them forever to make us better this should have been they felt them up man this I knew how to doubt Luis Severino got out of that big bases-loaded worse record was actually against the Blue Jays my point is they're playing they play Detroit Chicago and they and they had okay guy okay guys you know he's he's basically overwhelmed by you know the Yankees Behemoth that the Yankees have become and his team using record to Cleveland they still want one hundred gain stink how many teams went one hundred games every year no no team in the history of baseball has one one hundred games and then been swept in the series and he'll be twenty nine you know what you have to someone yeah that okay well should have should have Rocco Bell Delis talking about I mean she sees first year manager they went over one hundred games you know they didn't have what it took a hundred game y'all come on Jerry outscore run run oh homers role in Charlie Morton five innings nine strikeouts he got the winners Tommy Fan had to have it needed it you know we we we can't come out of this series you know getting don't at one hundred games by accident and this notion of what we put crappy teams all year okay all the Yankees got to feast on the Orioles stage to try as last night bases-loaded and nobody else betting against Le did not no one had the twins over three and a half last night on that would be false right so I mean anything happened now you know why because they have guts like twins who don't have guns here's Jose Altuve as a lot of credit to Charlie Morton was unbelievable to me as we take you to the trap where people actually showed up yeah and it was all good for the ray to pitches driven deep to right field that got it is ready to go have a she put the ball in the Alpha at four guys out the bomb steak that's not fair stink going to go to a fifth game because Yada you're Molina did what he needed to do a two on the Eighth Rain Ready Look Pitch Ballina swings and he said I know it seemed like they were raised fans to not just astros fans beat them up ten to three Kevin Cure Meyer with the go ahead three run homer in the second along with Choi Brandon Lau Willie adamas the nationals Radio Zimmerman the big blow there it's actually the Yankees and the over and you got it at the end there we'll do that your team on the other end the team total which was four and a half no no no D- d- he says we won whatever all we did was God didn't play baseball I mean they have a really good team Illinois have been working and all we did was control join joy tease offering in the race latest now Porta Lawn here on the third you but off the bat like that so two two is that series game five tomorrow Jack Clarity will face Mike Foale Knezevic the nationals dodgers going to a fifth and final game as a national league game was great this was a great baseball game and his turnabout was fair play right because the braves the disc to the cardinals the other night and does it Kinda got his and so game four tonight seven Oh five you've got Justin verlander taking on the Yego Castio cardinals and braves yesterday and we Yada is tied the game with a single that Freeman missed making the catch by ANCHIN. Yeah I love about this man it this was like law pretty freemen's Bob Into Right Field Tie Game Goldsmith stores bullying I'd jumps throws fist into the air the looks like a home run now in in the way that he threw the bat I figured that it did about the fact that asks me Fox we showed up to a game down there in Tampa that was nice pretty good game five win or go home Bueller Strasbourg it's you know those guys are premier pitchers in this league and he says amount good sinker good first corporal was you know corporal I probably seen this year and Clayton Kershaw will be right behind Bueller when and if needed in that fifty ready to blow the game for him and then that'll be tomorrow night at eight thirty five John Carter sit around and do it to the braves and Yada here Molina was only thirteen years ago that he hit that big home run against the mets in the two thousand six and he's still doing it forty-nine twenty two yards triton the Great Kevin Harlan was thirty one to three the niners just Martinez he knows the Zimmerman home run was case huge you know and he's he understands he understands his role but he came in the twins here's the to to grumble the third base left field scoring users night and you get a chance to start a man what a what a huge moment for said I'm proud of him Anthony Rendong drove in three runs. Here's Dave Roberts great pitching as waiting for the fifth droid Cleveland Jimmy Garoppolo threw for one eighty one couple of touchdowns kiddle six catches for seventy with that score here was Garoppolo yeah it was a good night for us where we talked about the Washington Wound up winning zips track it seems to be our biggest problem right now and obviously when you do that against a team that's of that caliber You're not going to have a lot of success Richard Sherman Yeah so a couple of game five will stay alive enforce one later today the Monday night football game as we wrap up a week five in the NFL and it was all forty niner doc in down in a Garoppolo in the gun from the twenty one cleveland gets the snap polls down prospect three line right down the middle caught backpedaling catch kiddle in the end zone touchdown has a game hen that bat after that sacked fly landed in my front yard I mean that's that's crazy I've never seen a bad part of a six one nats win Max Scherzer when seven innings seven strikers there was worried victory rich show was brutal maybe you can picture the twins next year. Here's Dave have no sterling shepherd no Barclay Goeman right exactly so and it's a short week and you're going against the number one defense in football gets after the opposing quarterback in your office on the First Punch before the game and everything and you know when the old lyme makes a whole like that and Breda hits a he was flying so it makes everything a lot easier now who is not flying was Baker Mayfield isn't it boasts that has a competitive fire he was going after Mayfield I guess it goes back to college thing he says Yeah Mayfield was off his game because he's panicking he was wow one back who knows Sam Darnold will have his tests today maybe we find out if he'll play or not Adam Gates did say if he is cleared he will start Sunday against the cowboys always Bill Callahan is the interim head coach in Washington we know that they have quarterback issues they play the dolphins this week in a real rate better win also plays now here's the one thing I will say that you never know about a kid dwayne maybe he's better on the field maybe the more he plays the better Zelano struggled against good defensive lines that spread up to now there are also missing their inside linebackers I mean the Patriots run the ball Boswell's anybody can throw the ball down the field become more comfortable he'll become that will then translate onto the practice field but they may not be putting him out there just for his own protection maybe he oh clutching rolling back and forth we've had them rattled all grandiose here man also said that he was mocking them the whole night screaming his name like Swan pick it up we want to challenge all men for some reason like Baker even though the giants has organization play the Patriots tough yeah it's a weird thing I don't know I don't know if you're going to cover the seventeen sixteen you know is is a big deal it's exciting so so this is where the rookie quarterback's now all of a sudden running into a wall what they have blassie's giants could use an unbreakable defender on Thursday night as they play the Patriots and here's Bill Belichick thoughts on taking on Big Blue Conference call another coaching change right in the off season who's going to bring in most likely another offense and he's going to have to learn that so which is the worst he was not me this the hell was that usually that was a boomer birthday usually I'm the one burping microphone Jones I'm playing the the plant the flag which is what he did on a sack celebration during the game he did the Maya the flags so he is man I tell you he said it's either going to be case keenum or Cole McCoy reporter then interrupted and asked so tender for that job not right now but he will be at some point in time not reading defenses correctly and you know and that happens to a lot of us I couldn't read a defense it's all the second year I had no idea what I was doing my rookie year I can tell you the headlines made it look against anybody they throw it like a run right it's it's it's it's so excited but you know what they all say for some re- like he doesn't like haskins either watching him it was everything you're saying he's just he can't wait for them to be the starter is not yet everybody just has gotta calm down I mean tonight I think it'll be you know hopefully it'll be energetic and loud and you know Ford to plan your Thursday night game is is thing that could happen to him but I guess you know if it happened for Jared Goff and the rams then maybe it can happen for him next year can you ruin a guy though by plane Watching him last year at Ohio state he can play football men the kid the kid is accurate he stands tall in the pocket he's got all the attributes that you want it what's the downside then upset at Baker Mayfield after the game he snubbed them with the handshake everybody's got feelings these days a lot of feeling firemen I just ate for twenty two hundred yards hit a lot picked off a couple of times picked off around the end zone so what was the issue on the evening job anytime you stop yourself which is and a half right now I don't see it man I feel like thirty four to ten game points

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350: A Guy Wins a $100K Porsche at Steve's Golf Tourney for Autism & Other Fun Golf Course Memories

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

24:46 min | Last month

350: A Guy Wins a $100K Porsche at Steve's Golf Tourney for Autism & Other Fun Golf Course Memories

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Of this were guys bring their Bluetooth Speaker and put it on the golf cart and some tunes going while you're playing golf I like it some people don't but my my golf partner Jamie from. EEG Golf. He had a bunch of a bunch of classic rock songs going like man I haven't heard this in years a like this. So it was kind of cool I was. To. Claim to be a purist of the game. Stevie. Okay. which which became embarrassing you know I'm like I'm not getting these news the oversized irons you know that are offset with the bigger sweets Walker and going to go with my Hogan Blades. I'm going to keep those. And then I just got worse and worse over the years. And everyone used to go dude, get get with the like I'll get with the eighties here pal and get some new clubs like that's how far behind it was and like yeah. Okay. Hold on I never wanted to change anything my putting grip Stephen everyone to go crossing odds of bastardisation of the game. You know cross-hand Pencil grip all this shit. and. So. Finding then I go to you know. You I I go get measured. Get a nice set of Taylor mates can hit him a lot better. To go from a stiff shaft Steve to a regular chef, which was kind of a little girlie Steve Never wanted to admit it anyway those days are behind me now. So and then I'm playing golf love teared up. Let's go a little action little five dollar Nass here. Okay. I'll play you twenty ten. GonNa do Bingo Bango Bongo, all the regular game, Stevie and we. Walk off the tee. Off Steve, I've walked in thirty five years right off the road the erode your card up onto the t that's still. Keep that. And The Best I've ever seen Steve I went to an event MCI. Charity Golf Tournament, and I showed up for the they wanted me to Mc the lunch before they teed off. Okay and Instead of the dinner after they weren't having when they all have to take off. So it was a bar that put the event on big in town. Okay. So I show up there and the and it's an absolute shite show Stevie. Okay. Around the club everyone is completely hammers. It's the people are just laughing and they can't get kicked at lunch going people are lying around outside of the clubhouse. You know some guys are behind the club's smoking. A joint people are doing shots in the trunk of their car and golf carts like bees going all over the place, and there was a girl who is going to go work a booze whole. Okay. So she was at the clubhouse, loading up the cart with all the booze and she's hammered. Okay. She's hammered in fact. So hammered the makeup the starting to go all over face. Okay. That hammered. That hammered kind of course where the mass cares dripping down. Spitting okay. Jumps on the cart. Okay. Steve. Without a word of alive my friend. Okay and sort of waves to the people and immediately Steve Turns turns right and and goes end to end Steve Across. The practice putting green in front of the. Wiping out the little pins Steve UK. It was. The Best I've ever seen. That's an episode of modern family where one of the daughters the dumb one Haley she basically, he's bragging about what a great job doing that the golf course getting big tips and stuff some of the finer points of the game I, still need to learn though and cut to her backing up or golf card onto the eighteenth green running over the flag and going what let be boys. Anyway that's one of the I've seen lots Steve I've seen lots on a golf course I saw I was playing the member guest. At sure would with the grain one and. Claude lemieux. A guy named Brad who was the member and he brought closed as his guests. You remember clothing meal. Carson grow hockey player. And one of the one of the holes. At Sherwood is iconic. It's a part three elevated tees about six different t dex Jack Nicklaus designed this course Devi and then drops down into the green that they carved out of a mountain. Okay cool. They carved it back and set it into his mouth. It's beautiful and they were giving away a hole in one was a a C do okay. Steve. It was sitting on the t you know one of these seizures. And it's on a trailer like a fifteen foot trailer and and Claude lemieux decides. Without telling his partner. He backed the card up to the trailer and tied the trailer to the back of their golf cart. Yup Can You Majesty Okay this is like. You know I don't know two thousand pounds. Buried down on their cart, and anyway, they ran into a bridge destroyed the Brits Cost Thirty, five thousand Steve at the fix the bridge. Looks good one. I've seen on the Gulf War. So I've been talking about. I. Digress there of the Gert talking about. Well, we're we're talking golf cart accidents. Couple that I've seen there was a golf tournament, a local fitness company and leave it at that had a golf tournament and a couple of the ladies that were tackle I dunno tasked with wandering around and you know making sure everybody's drinks for topped up they might have been imbibing themselves sure and they they went headlong. We're paying attention at all headlong into the Eighteenth Green Bunker at Rideau view I don't know if you know read over your right well enough to know how deep that bunker is. But they drive it nose first into the thing and you can imagine I didn't see it happen but I can imagine how it went down where they'd basically go in. They'd go nose first themselves into the sand right and and they're lucky they were badly hurt another one was again. I was golfing the owner of a local chain of pubs. And the guys in front of us were his bartenders and they were imbibing more and more over the course of the day. Sure and they drove their car right into not a river that is bigger than a stream. It was a good chunk of water and so here we are I. Don't know if that owner fired those guys the next day but based on his demeanor for the rest of the round after we had to haul Gulf card out, helped the boys, get it out of there. I, think there was a good chance that those boys `round employed the next day a little distracted. Little things on a golf course, stevie. Atalay. Gary was in my group and he had one of these new remote carts and he knew how to stop it and. Not. Twice, three times for sure. Draw road the drove the thing into the bunker. Okay. You know they have those little remote things on your hip and the sure and the carts. So Gary was bragging about this thing. Jimmy check out my new remote thing you know looking at me and big smile on his face think angry I was playing with big smile as it was ripping through a trap. Here your carry off was the best. But I think that was the first time I thought they got the first three where I witnessed you and I don't think Gary. AC was very happy about it that you demonstrated the lying on your side while. Yourself you're any. Rather, than yeah rather than going into the woods area kind of turning your back, everybody is laid right in the middle of the fairway and Basically your own body as you're lying on your side is shielding everybody from being able to see what you're up down. You know you think that was embarrassing. You know why do you think it was uncalled for Steve I can't tell you how many people thank me for that. Mill guys men's golfers. They call, they still do it Steve They. Still do it because thanks a lot Jim that was great I didn't have to walk the to one of those. It was the same same golf course so that we played on the guy brought a trumpet with them. And Yes. We're all getting hammered. It might have been jocks tournament own mark. Right. That'd be you'd away as well then right and. So guys are doing the Evans getting hammered, it's going to be shit show. You know it's going to be the seven hour around, and so buddy is over his ball. Got His back back to his partner and his partner reaches in. To the long pocket of his golf bag and pulls out a trumpet. Okay and I'm going to look at this here. Okay. What's happening here and creeps up behind the Guy Steve Oh okay. All right and puts the bell of the trumpet. Okay. A millimeter from the back of his head. Okay and then hammers. It absolutely hammers it. Okay. I'm sure dude has no hearing anymore man yeah. I mean people are dropping like flies three holes over. Yeah. He thought that it'd be a good idea the blast out the guy's ear drum. Chase a good one. I'd say my favorite golf story though as far as golf tournaments. And I, it would be a my autism tournament. You you were on hand to interview the guy the next day a guy got a hole in one hundred and one a porsche. Right we we actually like I remember that. Yeah. So we paid for the premium everything. We get a million years we had it set up at the twelfth hold the marshes, which is basically all water. It's par-three obviously and really windy hundred and seventy five yards and we're like, you know what? There's no chance none and sure enough this guy who had been picked up at the last second fillon came on and and. The shot of his life and WanNa Porsche Porsche that was worth one, hundred, thousand dollars he ended up keeping it for a week or two, and then selling it for eighty grand. Yeah. Isn't that something? Easy you know the the tournament I go to every year and subway who couldn't this year because of Covid I've been talking about that for years and Every. Once in a while, I always talk about it here on my Gulf buddy great tournament La and. said. Okay well, let's go. You know I'll go I'll go and I brought. A couple of buddies. One of my more more recently I brought a guy good player. I've been going to the tournament Steve for forty years okay. Even longer even longer I've been playing in that tournament and so I bring a guy. So the first series there he comes in. Gets. A hold on one Steve, and Wins twenty-five thousand. Wow it was the least. Happy. I've ever been for a guy getting one. Okay. Are you can you come in and he's got an one, twenty, five thousand. How I got a hold on one, their number eight. Did. You see that four year old kid down in the states somewhere. Got A hole in one at age four. And it looked like a good. It could look like a good little clip to and I guess his dad or somebody was was taken video of it very elevated tee and any anonymous. He's got a backwards grip. Hands are in the bottom there in the wrong position and he gets a hole in one. It was recorded for everybody kids sprinting down happily to the green. So part of me yeah, I was I was part of me is like that's a great thing. It's awesome and part of me was like you know. I'm over fifty and I still haven't had a hole in one. Another part of me is going come on. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. The best line I ever heard was got a hold on one. And it was a kid kid that I used to play with. Jimmy Jimmy sinclar. Thirteen, all we did was play golf all day back. Then we just round and round. Not. Uncommon. Steve to play fifty four holes three eighteen. Wow and that's all we did and it's like it's like June or something I I don't know jugs say August the end of. The Gulf see the guy, the kid jugs it it's a hole in one in girls without didn't jump is about time you know I've been playing every day this summer. You can't write. It's Stevie Brits. Funny. Even that's thirteen seve sing it's about time. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. People like you. You'll. You'll never get one Steve I can tell you right now you're never gonNA get one so put that aside. And what's what's weird is that you don't get credit for hold out on a par four before for an eagle and that was like I think must have been must have like one hundred thirty yards and it's like that's that's equally as unlikely as a whole in one it should be as impressive but it isn't no one wants to hear it. Yeah. We we played that media scramble and my partner for a two scramble was Steve Lloyd. You remember him right? Of course if he's under a tree and almost talked us. Out of using our ball because he's like it's really close to a tree and I felt like I was going to follow through and it hit the tree but he said, no, I like this I like this one he's at the base of a tree is about one hundred, forty yards from the hole and just lasers one dislike smacks of five iron just keep it low rolls all the way up bunk in the whole. That's way more impressive than most holes in one shirt I may never I may forget this by Christmas. How about Stevie? Here's how it would go for you. Okay. This is one of my favorite stories and and you are the example of I'm sure this is how it goes. So this is the story Steve of of a guy trying to tackle. The same hole at has golf course every year it's over water par-three was like an island green. And everyone every time he goes there he hits it in the water. All the time he's been doing it for years never had enough carrie. Okay. and. As a result, he never uses a new Gulf oil. Okay. Wherever and so he's got the old cut Gulf all this abuse unity it up and again in the water in the water, and it's like this has been going on for years and then one day stevie whips off the green and comes to the t the whole and you know gets his all changes in gets the old ball puts on T. and then here's this voice. From above. Saint get a new ball. Right. and. He was wonderful. What is he knows he's getting new ball and so the guy gets a new ball. He goes. Okay. Put It on the T. only puts on the T. and he's about to hit and goes hang on. Here's the voice calls stand back take a practice swing. Guy Goes Jesus I. I, think I'M GONNA. Do this you know and he takes a practice swing he goes to address the ball again the guy goes hang on. Take another practice swing. Takes another practice swing then here's. Get an old ball. Does I. Can't even get off the side you got no chance. No. He took one look at that swing and he said Alma at least I helped the guy using all take a five go to the next goal Let's take a time out here more to come after these words introducing the return of a legend at Jim K. Ford. The all new Bronco, the two door four door and the broncos sport bill to get you those places you only see in nature documentaries. Reserve. Yours. Now at four dossier. Just, choose your Bronco and fill your dealership choice. We'd love it. If you select Jim Kaye Ford then in the spring of Twenty, twenty, one, the broncos begin to ride. meet. The future of offering. Reserve Your Bronco today at four DOT CA. Do you find shopping around for insurance a time consuming hassle. I'm Josh from All Insurance Ontario Send me a text and let me take it from there. You'll be surprised at how easy can be six, one, three, eight, six, zero, six, zero, zero, eight, all Insurance Ontario your modern boutique broker. A lot of us put on a little weight during the Kovic shutdown. It's only natural but now it's time to get back on track fast with the experts at Popeye supplements right now it's their exclusive value size sale buy one, get one thirty percent off mix and match all Popeye's value size exclusive products all your favorites like Veggie Greens Iso. Gold. over ninety items to choose from get in the best shape of Your Life Popeye supplements Ottawa with six locations to serve you and if you're about to buy or sell your home, you're going to need some help I highly recommend the Glenn Walton real-estate Team Glenn. We'll help you find your dream home or help you sell your current home fast for the most money Glenn will support and guide you with the best possible customer service with a few chuckles along the way call the Glenn Walton Real Estate Team today at six, one, three, seven, nine, six, three, zero, eight or Glenn Walton. Dot Com. At a friend of mine dropped by Steve, during, the recording here, which is fine. l., good to see you. And sat down and decided to watch TV and put it on the I max setting. Stephen Okay. So that's Juryo. Okay. Wouldn't an I max sitting? Pump up the volume. amax. What's the best thing you've ever seen the? IMAX. I WANNA say it was a nature deal. About whales or sharks. Something maybe that was it. Forget I forget. I have a question for you. Know. Okay. I'm on I'm on hold. With. With Scotiabank the other day. And on hold for about because it's like I had a local number and then that local number was no good anymore because this person was away and I'm not able to get any other local extension and so they would talk to the call center and make an appointment. I'm okay and that takes you the national outfit right and I'm dealing with the traffic of the nation waiting on hold. They call it will be approximately fifteen minutes on a great. Anyway so I'm on hold and I'm thinking to myself. Why am I still listening to this kind of music? It's like plotting away. It's like this this really scratchy muddy sounding jazz music. Why is why aren't we getting a choice at least? For Alternative Rock Press One. For Country Music Press to. Why is that? Is that so difficult like I'm GonNa be on there for fifteen twenty minutes. Why am I listening to garbage music at that stage of the game? Here's what we're going to do about that. Steve. I want you to get Scotiabank on the phone. Okay and make a deal with them to play our podcasts. Will people on hold. Right. Right I understand what I'm saying I do. Y- it'll take a little while to cuddle the clips where I'm not swearing right or offending clips. Let's do little. GETS GET SCOTIABANK. Steve and we'll do little. vignettes. We'll do little two minute things while people are on whole. I'm onto something. Right I think the idea with the really gentle music is supposed to. Make customers. com. Make them pacified and stuff. So when they get on the because most of the time people are have concerns or complaints. So WanNa, keep them crank home. But. I feel like, I, WanNa kill somebody when I'm listening to that that awful jazz music. So it does the opposite for me I. Call Apple Call Call. One. Eight hundred apple help or whatever it's called my apple thing. Okay. They got going on. So, you you you get put on hold. And they offered choices of music they do. They do so I've solved your problem. That's what that's the very thing clamoring for I thought I was being cutting edge but I'm glad that somebody has had that idea and actually Put it into practice. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA look into this our podcast on. Sees this could be a multibillion dollar deal like it for us, but I don't know again i. Got It backwards. I got it backwards. Snag in this promotion I'm thinking. They would. They would charge US Steve. So that's Probably, true. What about adult film where they're GONNA pay adult film? Like an adult film, sound effects scenario. Wouldn't that be great to listen to while you just. Now, you're losing your. Oh raving. Can we go now? We certainly can enjoy your weekend. A Great Week is always and we'll talk to you again on Monday good night everybody we'll see you.

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69: Dispersed Teams - 5

Software People Stories

13:46 min | 6 months ago

69: Dispersed Teams - 5

"My Name's Shahrzad. Kiana I am. Gemini has good -Tarian a mom of two wild little boys. I'm senior. I'm a mom of two also. I went to the bathroom alone. Five but moving in her mouth and then she took it up work. That's what you're going to hear a lot of our stories and experiences in our crazy journeys to motherhood for all MOMS not for all dad's not fathers and mom or online can be good time. You'RE GONNA WANNA stick around promise to subscribe welcome to our next episode. In the series of dispersed teams. We have saved Roman delivery manager at metric stream. Sharing with Shiva grew from being Powell consulting. His perspective divided into three segments one related to his own experience and working from home to how customers taking it and three an organisation view into the situation. Listen on the context. Is You have a sense of expedients in Iran Wardley. From whom compared to that time and now rendered is utterly. You was widely teen is also completely this first questions. Like how is it being here? And what are you doing to keep the cohesive connected and everything has our customers taking anything that comes your way but as that worked for you practices that you'll find as a challenge. Dr Will Sharing with the community. That's leasing undertaken. So all right thank thank thank. Thank your show. The first Speidel said that I would divide this. Do a three segments are shift? The first statement being It in terms of how I was walking from home earlier. And what would what is the change now on how we doing it at the second Hug customers egging it. And the Third Bob. How would they not Albanisation in dozens of productivity? All her the people's aspect the level too that the first one is my perspective. No the second one is what I think. Estimate respective as an third one is what again. I think it's people perspective is this. I would be the odds so the first one at the interesting ones earlier used to connect from all at time as manager of about twenty five people of various in abuse convenience that after put together a radius of a onion. I used to connect from home by the team as one Asian as well as Adema a beat a six different customers. Ab what would be on out in a global standard in wanting the Asian or different locations. Whatever it is so now the difference is that the team is working from home and been. I speak to my customer. Don't WANNA DAILY BASIS. Be a matter of his unit and we connect with our own eighty pieces of every customer. Eat estimate in China China Hongkong region Singapore region as Elizabeth Egion Army customers it all connecting now that estimates connecting from home team is GonNa think of as a team which manages this accent lies in between all this trouble now. Having said a Defense at this is a difference. Physically Aena is going to come home and they all used to be at one of these now but this this defense what what does that. I wanted to chant his Through you know that around the world the situation the good news is somewhat understands that the organization have all out the BBC Vinik land likewise Understand that has allowed. The enemy now owned that It is wonderful. Bridges flooded estimate on a negative EU. What does that the two now? The blind is that comes to the team of an unspecified or logistics member. Six six different estimators with ready by eames on how will be managed them up. I use it to share one daunted customer with Maya did eamonn in the start of the day I started early. The sixers and send out to five five or six on six estimates this is what state deserves and this is what I'm looking at. The Eastern and this is what it is and the team naturally exit avalon. They they do it very Mitchell in the I've gone into a metro level of trust. And you know what what security now while still believe on the dress and working towards entity the hell that the team needs like. Let's say that One of my team member as eight months into the system so as an example I pick up there is one team member who's view in the organization. Who's like ten months in the organization and other team member? Who's ten years? The organization will needs from the technical aspect if these have to connect the together in the offers they go into. The room is to get okay. This is what the problem is a challenge in get down but he'll downside of this s they gotta get into a skype or two that Microsoft teams. We enable Microsoft inspite extensively as well as the skype for business and bags is with the customer but yet interaction between them happens More in dumbs of not a physical touch but it still works out at the end of the day I looked at it. It's been four days. We have gone down to spend on the land of the Created under reports as of estimate which is on the third day of a baby on day. Three of the land that we I didn't today of the ad leg degration grocery one of the gag agree that we look at the end of the stability's creation in the grocery on the The at the hunter the scent of now one data is not good unless it is combined with the either aid so be bent back. I went back to see what happened in the last four. Beats so it's institute days. Anita commandant at the end of the day is when I would be able to underpin say a wind up from womb. Activity has increased and of course the quantity measured. I had to go through. It's it's an early stage to say that but what I can definitely say. Is that the three things that helps on what from on this situation been. Everybody is working from home. First Oneness trusting I keep repeating would Address show at apple and it's just the fact that all of that veep performed than the team performs of the ejected that integrity with the demon within the dress team that they will go on and more than trusting the team while we trusted the team. You have to give them the guidance as what needs to be done so avi land every day you start sending out one email to the team of people on an incentive accounts activities that we add the. Let's not name the bullets named the bosom so for each of the accounts of bridge. The customer. What we have done as the finessing. The point of on that single going to visit as bonds bills that would team. You have any challenges. So ben venue flashing that when when people see. See the data on screen Bennett Amsterdam. Every they know what needs to be done a magnificent of the dime that people know what needs to be done in much faster and the second party serve. Send THEM SEND EVERYBODY. The people not just the management but management bolstered. If everybody in the chain foisted that at the end of the day. This is what we achieve. So I don't do this on your show in dumbs off. My previous work from will make scenes. I used to send emails Juanita Customer Mocking My team. But today I ought be started this Size of -ISSIPPI and Benjamin Plan. I said Team needs to know overall program with the DSM that that the drag what what how was moving on to Egypt. I put on all thirty people email with all my managers And also be than the demand and send down the list. Eight a land in the by the end of the day. This is what he tweeted it. And here's the percentage pollution of bad VR. On these other Gordon because at Akis added because of that action with the customer. I'm these are the problems that we have. This is the help that at be needed so when this is done it just that people see. Oh Yeah we Yada and Dutch base with most of these is over the phone. How is that going to save? And I was the word I would say that you not a single person has told me that for going to about fifteen people over the last three days not not every twenty five people. I did for about fifteen sixteen. People ended spoke over the last three days in terms of their welcome home. Everybody said say too. I am working much better than what I used to do in the office. That is a downside own so they did call downside us. If I need ethnical hell then I have to rely go at rely on. Create a skype meeting delay on that one. That part of it is taking time. But I'm spending a lot more time. Dan What I used to win the office so wind does on the positive side. The echnical health is something that a I mean. The physical presence is something. That's they followed. It's still not dead but productivity has increased. What the I three days I I can definitely confirm that at the end of a five now the last benefit my perspective on the customer. I sent him all. My customers are working from home. All of them are working remotely so far but four days event Dole them. They are also connecting remotely. Worked on the Benjamin Plan and we are doing that. None of the customer so far as come out with a a single email in terms of this is something that we needed. You didn't give us this or rather not even an escalation and not talking esclation level and just talking about an activity being skipped so one of the customer. Which is an Australia decided? It's not just today. It's a little bit of time in Jan month. Becca Fan March. We did wonderful. They did wonderful March. I'm actually stating that. The system is becoming stable. And you you guys are coping up to get. That are being created for less than ten undefeated and get this old in the month of April VR. Really good at it. So Yeah so from the customer perspective. The athlete panic. They have not come back with any any such activity being missed in terms of the internal people. Think people say I'm out on out loud back. The odd connecting more frequently daytime spent more into the the amount that they work on while the downside is on the technical help that they have to actually look at void. The debates and screen shotting session to do that and at the same time. The productivity has increased. The last artifact is might take on more than Keep keep the management bolstered as important as a keep the team together to know. What does that be an sometimes? It's good to show that okay these at all the things that we have and yet this is what we have done at the end of the day. It's like a I would say Counting the money in the wallet. How much we had a before going out. You House announced we have spent so when doctors put laid out on. This is what the the task that we had is what it is. The team likes the back okay to we did one thirty percent we should grows on the tickets on on this one at the end of each one so this week one whine organization has given this opportunity. Dvi taken it and be working towards. It violates video early to comment at this is a very successful model. But after the vive will be able to show what the point that. This is what it is a show. That's that's quite what I had in my mind. Yeah thanks to this wonderful definitely positive disease that the has taken its right and also the fact that he'll the plant and the newbie neighbor that do it and wonderful on the best to you and the team. Thank your shift. Thank you thank you so much. Please share your experiences on what's working and what's not this way. We hope to help others and ourselves navigate the Stein in the best possible way. Do right was with your insights and thoughts at podcasts at PM Hyphen BOBBLE CONSULTING DOT COM.

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357: New NFL Season and Sports Overload: Everyone Kneeling During the Anthem Now, Koepka Shuts Down

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

29:18 min | 2 weeks ago

357: New NFL Season and Sports Overload: Everyone Kneeling During the Anthem Now, Koepka Shuts Down

"This episode of the W. P. is brought to you in part by all Insurance Ontario Jim Cave Ford and Popeye supplements introducing the return of a legend at K. Ford. The all new, Bronco, the two door four door and the broncos sport bill to get you those places. You only see in nature documentaries. Reserve Yours now at four dossier. His choose your Bronco and fill your dealership choice. We'd love it. If you select Jim Kaye Ford then in the spring of Twenty, twenty, one, the broncos begin to ride. Meet the future of offering. Reserve, your Bronco today at four DOT CA. Do Find shopping around for insurance at time, consuming hassle. I'm Josh From Insurance Ontario sent me a text and let me take it from there. You'll be surprised at how easy can be six, one, three, eight, six, zero, six, zero, zero, eight, all Insurance Ontario your modern boutique broker. A lot of us put on a little weight during the Kovic shutdown. It's only natural but now it's time to get back. On track fast with the experts at Popeye supplements right now it's their exclusive value size sale buy one, get one thirty percent off mix and match. All Popeye's value is an exclusive products all your favorites like Veggie Greens ice Oh gold hydroxy cut over ninety items to choose from get in the best shape of your. Life. Popeye supplements Ottawa with six locations to serve you the S WPA podcast sports and whatever. Everybody welcome to our show. It's shadow that can. Well, it can be best described as a graphic depiction of sports and whatever it's both serious and goofy sweet and salty and man could I go for a sweet and salty right now Stephen Jimmy Schmos ended up once again james how're things my friend oh I'll give you a sweet and salty. Bar. I'd love one. Delicious. GRANOLA bars, they get the get the coating on it as well. I. Know What you're talking about you're. Talking about granola bars right now really sweet and salty didn't make me think of in any way shape or form. Okay good man. US TV I'm good I'm. Getting a little bored. Okay around looking things to do. I, polished. Stevie. Polished up my headlights. On my car so. I just it's one of them. The most rewarding things I've ever done. Stevie. Okay. Wait a minute vigo cats still no. No castles birds. I got all my doors open. It's a nice day. So I got slice little background for the podcast that really isn't obnoxious burden your window right now it sounds. Like my car or something yeah. Good. Good Crossword word there Stevie mccaw. Anyway. So like like mopping your floor Stevens, really dirty and you look back at it and you go on God that good you know right? Right I. Feel I feel like I just built a car or something you know I do that Galera Tata. And, my kids always say it because I always talk about when I clean my house. Right. So what are you doing? Just clean the house you know Just. Did the floors I? I did the swiffer. This okay. Attach a little jug to this handle on K. of liquid, and you got a pad one of those things vis vis. And it squirts out the liquid, Stephen Front of the Pat and then you just can you mop-up to hardwood and stuff right? and. So it's quite an event. Stevie when when I Clean House Wipe the bathroom sinks the toilet. Clean the mirror off everything right and so it's a big. It's a big deal Michael. It's got to be really dirty. So it's probably really satisfying totaling. He's actually done all this. I think about I just as an aside I was a janitor at a High Tech Company for a little while I was in college and I'd be in there in these very sterile environments cleaning things that I would say was about five months away from needing cleaning it was so unsatisfying. So what it means to look back at a dirty room cleaned up good to go. Yes. Good. It's unreal. It's unreal. It's like it's like you know I did you know I painted all my health and everything and I thought that's great. That's good. All I. Want it all the paint you know. But but like, I, I, did the baseboards and everything I put them back on you know and it's like they never fit properly Steve. The baseboards never fit but every once in a while Stevie, you'll cut one right cut it at the Angle Steve You cut baseboards angle Steve to make them fit minor cuts yet the miter cuts that you do dot flat rate. So I learned all that every once in a while stevie cut it. You'll. You'll put it down one end and then you're slow you know you sort of drop it down and It's snugs right up in fits. Perfectly right hardly needs a nail stevie. Okay. That's the other times you need about five leaders of caulking. or off to Home Depot to buy just more. Repeats too short. Or I used to them. Steve you know how often I would know I'm sitting there going okay. If if that one has to be cut this way on a forty five. Got The miners saw that we to the left that means, I've got to turn it backwards to put it on there and upside down. Right. There at ZIP no. No. That was the wrong angle. Now you win. I know. So totally Saudi those satisfying things. You know it's like it's beautiful. It's beautiful. Like self cleaning the stove and you're looking at sparkling. But stevie nothing more satisfying when I I was whipped through Canadian tire while I. Drive a very old truck. I'm not long for a new one and the the headlights get a foggy stevie right to get like this film on them right at the gist. The lenses on the headlights. Right. All they get foggy and. Permanently, foggy right and on the inside. Almost right. So yeah, like you go to wipe it off right you club and it just comes back right to the foggy. Canadian tire, Windy, and I'm walking through and I see like. headlight. Cleaning. System for foggy headlights that don't come off when you take a wet cloth all that right more well, my God. This is perfect. Okay. Well I don't know if it'll work or not. So you get into got these little sanding pads. Keep them wacked and and go left to right with the one pad. Put The three thousand grid aren't go up and down and use the micro fiber cloth weight off and then go with the with the little bottle of. The Ghosts TV okay. A little a little. CLOTH PADS Steve You put on your drill this. And bought the headlight, right? It's. Okay but not too much pressure stevie. Okay. Let the past. Do the work stevie. Okay. Let let the cloth pad do all the work. Okay. Now Wipe it off, wipe it off with the micro fiber, Stevie Brand new headlights Nice brand new pal. Okay Brand new. Okay. So. Good Stevie. So good that strangers walking by while I was doing history. Hey. Hey. What's your face come over here? Get over? Look at this. Look at. Look at. Look at the social distancing Steve Not. Because of the virus because of complete fear from the maniac. Guy. WHO's waving them over to Look at. These headlights. Both satisfying things, TV I. Did it last night to? COME OVER TODAY WITH A. What's what's up there kinda looking around behind them like they're gonNA tackled or something. So they were deer in the headlights technically hair enough. There you go. Guys like. That's pretty good. You know there's another one steve I have a metal garage door and it fades in the sun a lot okayed fades in the sun. It's. Supposed to be shiny brown fades out, but you can get this stuff, Steve. It's like a little oil finish, Devi. Wipe it on the garage door. Brand new against. Brand new again beauty. Those things are so satisfying, stevie. So satisfying well, you should be in a good mood today if you're any kind of football fan, the NFL season as we record this begins tonight are you ready? I kind of am. But you don't you brought up yesterday Steve. There's so much going on. It's Kinda get lost in the shuffle. Right. We've got the raptors down three to updating they win game number six. So we're headed for game seven final score. Raptors beat the Celtics One, twenty, five to one, twenty, two. So game seven going tomorrow. Friday. Night I'm watching that you're told you I'm watching the Jays right now there's only about less than twenty games left in this short season. They're lighting it up lighting up, Stevie. Okay. They're winning games coming from behind. They're all young guys are all hurt and injured. It's a story and a half. Okay. Story and a half. Blue Jason Thirty I'm on every single night, Steve Every night watching bluejays and thirty. It's like playoffs already. It's getting that close hockey. NHL. Going, Stevie. Watching all that now weighing like Don Cherry again. Where are they now don Cherry Steve. And then of course, the US Open all week shop loses in five sets should have one last night to go to the first time. He's ever got to the quarterfinals in a major loses wins the fourth set stevie. Okay wins the force at six. Love. Of course, he does to go to a fifth and then I you know I didn't see it to go do some stuff and now I'm going the NFL starting up. I don't know what to do. Well, we've never seen anything like it as I mentioned yesterday is kind of the sports equinox getting everything all at once like this. It's so bizarre who in the world has the time to cover it all to watch it all like it's just I wanna I wanna be in on everything but then you factor in all the other you work it's it's too much. It's too much not to mention. I'm getting together with all the old tsn guys for our fantasy football pool. Tonight I did last night come to think of it. But as we record this, I'm getting ready for that. It's too much james it's just too much. Tell me what's the season NFL? Is it full on full skit? Yeah. Okay. They're all in the only difference is that building's will either be completely empty or kind of empty so they are taking cove. Measures but you know even more than covid one of the things I am interested in as we get ready for. Game Action Today have just the one game. It's going to be the Texans and the chiefs and Oh my God what a quarterback match up home 's. Taking on the Shawn Watson like holy cow two of the most exciting football players not just now. But like. They just can do it all. beat you with with their legs, beat you with their arm really both exciting quarterbacks but the thing I'm kind of interested in is you know it's now I think going to be en vogue to do the Colin capita thing at the start of the ballgame the happens and I think you're going to see tons and tons of guys. Take Up what Colin Kaepernick started by taking a knee during the anthem and it will be interesting to see if that becomes political within teams how come you're not you're not taking a knee over there. Dave Law my my dad died in the war how about that and I, want to aunt onto the anthem I don't disrespect your caused but so it'd be interesting to see if it's all played out. In a civil manner now, we'd like to get into too much politics, but you know Nelson Mandela, Stevie. I, watched A. Youtube thing the other day is being interviewed and I love what he had to say and read. It works here. When you're talking about this stuff, you know someone said how come you're not how come you're not. Pulling out of trade deal with a couple of these country who have been oppressive governments blah. Blah Blah dictate this and that and the other thing and the guy kept going on and on and on you know forcing this, this is trying to force this answer out of Mandela, you know that here's what you should be doing, and so these all these countries guy brought up an American reporter or all enemies of of the states. Okay. Of the United States. For for one reason or another you know they've been sanctioned or all this other stuff. Mandela pauses and he says. You got you need to understand something that your enemies are not always mind. Right right and I thought it's brilliant and same thing with this with this with this kneeling thing, your show of support is not always the way I want to show support. So of course. Yeah. So don't don't don't force that stuff down my throat don't force feed me what what you think I have to do because you believe that you know so. I'm not. I'm not against it one way or the other. I've got to admit Steve when I was on the wagon of this, this is an absolute atrocity. This guy's kneeling during the Blah Blah Blah Blah. Blah and then of course, wind the tape ahead four or five months with with with the riots and the and the murders of. Floyd and Blake. And then I was on the Seattle apparently still upside down. Steve, still upside down with looting and rioting and and marches and stuff like that, and then I look back. At it and go not a bad deal. The troubling thing and it's not just this issue I. It's it's in every issue now and I think social media fuels at all everyone has their take on things and everybody believes and digs their heels in politically speaking or whether it's a very important human issue like people dig their heels in so much as like their way is how they believe and they believe strongly in very often it's the majority opinion but the absolute decimation of maybe a different view, maybe a minority view. People just bury a person for their take than the mob mentality kicks in and everybody jumps on board and in a let's just say the issue is can most of the world you know is a big fan of the color orange. Great Orange, we love orange and then somebody comes along and says. Kind of like over here right well, orange just goes crazy now like that's the way of the world now will go crazy. They'll do what they can to destroy the person who has this green take even though maybe this fan green is saying why kind of like orange too but I like green little more I'm not disrespecting orange or anything. So that's. Just an example like it just crazy how how intolerant and rigid and full of Brecon rage that people get. Now, it can have a civil conversation about important issues they have to go to the massive extreme straightaway. Well. I agree you know the way people are reacting to it Steve as you say with this outrage. And it happens every day. There's some response to something every day I think back four or five days ago about you know how unfair the guys commentary was about Steve Nash. Getting, ahead job for the Brooklyn Nets Okay and then and then someone someone saying it was white privilege. Reset that for his Stephen a Smith. So famous ESPN broadcaster, and he he spent a lot of time glowing about Steve Nash of as a person as if I if anybody deserves this it's him what a great guy totally respected. Amazing Guy. That said that he couldn't see this happening to a black man with the same resume and that's why I called it. White Privilege, right? So Stevie, I, get all that. Okay. I get the Guy Giving, the accolades and all that like he deserves. Okay. So you get this celebratory announced with for Guy, my my point is Steve. Whether the Guy believes that or not. Okay. Let's obviously we assume he does about this white privilege thing. It's just not the time dimension Steve. It's not the time dimension. To throw that in there that could await it the I agree that you don't. You don't need to say that right now it's like it's like getting the conn Smythe trophy, winning it, and then saying, let's not forget you know. Let's not forget this guy. Didn't do a fair deal with his wife when he got divorced. Right. You GotTa be kidding me you know. So the timings, the timing's all off. Steve. That's the problem. Steve Right. Now that's the problem with that social media developed. That's the problem with with sports reporting and commentary now is that everyone is looking for the negative angle. You know to make a story out of it I'm it's been that way for years probably. Steve. But. Let's just say don't dude don't mention that right now shut up give the guys give the guy his do. Well, that's his job to be provocative right and he probably does believe that that's the value. Right? That's what media is about right now it's about taking up contrary stances. Is it a polite stance absolutely not the day of guys hiring. You know you shouldn't be talking in those terms you should be celebrating the guy and he did do some of that to his credit. So. Socially if you're at the party Steve Nash Welcome to the Brooklyn Nets Year our new head coach you don't yell over White Privilege. No no you used enjoy the party however that's the nature of being provocative and putting on good conversation it just it's not. It's not particularly polite though at the end of the day. No, it's awful. It's awful. You Know Patrick. Reed when the Masters Okay when he wanted a few years ago. It's well known now that that he has this crazy relationship with his family. Okay to where where he doesn't talk to disown them stuff like that as white as over the top with with her involvement in his career and all this stuff that. So that's that's the stories that are going out there. The guy was the masters. Okay. Biggest Dave is life and then someone goes on to say not forget you know he doesn't talk to his family. So how are they going to celebrate the? Shut up rail awful time. Let me see Who Do we know that has over the top takes in order to make a good radio program for. either. It's timing Stevie it's all about the timing very, and it's time we took a break. When we come back on the show, we've got final thoughts and. Some bad news for Brooks Koepka withdrawing from the US Open that and more coming up after these words. Do Find. Shopping around for insurance at time. Consuming. Hassle. I'm Josh from. Insurance. Ontario. Sent me a text and let me take it from there. You'll be surprised how easy can be six one, three, eight, six, zero, six, zero, zero, eight, all insurance antero, your modern boutique broke. A lot of us put on a little weight during the shutdown it's only natural but now it's time to get back on track fast with the experts at Popeye supplements right now, it's their exclusive value size sale, buy one, get one thirty percent off mix and match all Popeye's value size and exclusive products. All your favorites like Veggie, Greens ice Oh gold hydroxy cut over ninety items to choose from get in the best shape of Your Life Popeye supplements. Ottawa with six locations to serve you introducing the return of a legend at Jim K.. 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Has announced his withdrawal from next week's US Open he didn't give any reason for pulling out. But of course, if all things are equal, he's right there with the best in the game may be the best in the game and he has struggled though the left knee. since last year had procedure on it last. September reinjured it in October, and hasn't had much of a season while nobody's had much of a season this year. Thanks to Cova. But. What did you think about here in that? Well, the Gulf has had a season right there they're full running. No not watching I'm just saying they wish they shut down. It wasn't the best of seasons as my point. Yeah, he's hurt. The there's there's no offense or buts. He's only thirty years old and. You hope that he's not going down because this guy that could lead dominant for another ten years. And you hope that this isn't a chronic knee problem but we don't know what the injuries We do know it's health related, but we don't have any specifics not talking about it He was I guess. It was at at the PGA Championship and he was against getting stretched out by a trainer on the course forty later said was a hip problem. So it may be that it might be the knee in any event. He does take a ferocious swing. He does have a lot of talk on that body and you'd wonder if this is going to maybe this'll be the new norm moving forward for this guy with would be unfortunate. Yeah you know sportsman it's like. Not a sport out there right where you can sorta get away with any kind of injury you know. You've got a foot injury you can't play your. Wrist injury and that's no good hip. No good. Lateral thinks trapezoid injury that's neck I that can't work. Well look like we're ready just he got an injury and just never could get his golf swing back and never was the same again golfway as you know. Just takes the smallest of things disgree you up. It can be something mental, but it can also be something physical and even the smallest of physical things you have a hangnail or something his sake that it really hurts the backswing this. Can Be anything. You get things like hips and knees that can be a total game changer. It's amazing. They don't get crushed every time you know how hard they rip the ball now and I've told this before right it's there was a chiropractor who told me because I've I've had my bag when I was playing a lot of golf and hitting lots a golf balls. On, the range just for something to do and and my back would get tossed out. Or seize up a little bit and of the chiropractor need fix it manipulated crack it and I'd be back back on you know but. He's the guy told me. You know the the worst thing ever the worst thing ever for your back is swinging Gulf. Rang McGuire. He says well, because you're you're you're rip first of all, you keep your feet still. Okay. You got to anchor your feet and then you're gonNA twist your back it's hard as you can. Okay back to the. To twist it. To the back swing throw your hands up over your head. Keep one arm straight don't. Make sure everything's tents and flex, and then drill your hands down as hard as you can. But don't move your feet. Okay and by the way, rip your back around the other way right? Okay. But make sure you don't. Lock forward right you can't do that. Okay it's awful. It's I'm surprised. There's not more big injuries and golf right so but because they take such a fierce swing at it, you know it's one thing for amateurs and weekend hackers to get out there. But these guys are doing it every day practicing on the range tournament after tournament round after round and just having these ferocious swings at the ball I. Don't know how they last more than five years on the PGA tour. Well, the way they're doing it now. Stevie is so your Physio Guy, right? If you haven't been to a PG, but if you go to a PG event, there's there's a huge trailer they're all. There's a bunch of trailers, equipment guys and all this stuff and broadcast news, but there's always a giant trailer physio trailer. and. For obvious reasons right when guys get injured but not only that Steve it's all preventative stuff. It's all preemptive strikes here about their backs and. Not Not only warming up to hit balls. But these are the tons of these guys stevie go in there and have the huge physio done before they play. Okay each round even before they hit balls in the practice and then they have after as well and that's all you know relatively new from from the days in the last twenty years or so that. That guys start doing that big stretching all the time and and and Rehab, and like I say physiotherapy all the time. So that's what's that's what's helping a lot of a lot of athletes. Doing massages get massage every day. These guys go. Manny bad I like a good massage I might go for a massage right now we'll call it a day right there james any final thoughts? I'll tell you what's the odd thing about sports TV right you cheer yourself on your team but you always want the other guy to fail. Right it's it's the worst side sports. You know look at Golf Right I. Hope I make twenty footer and I hope he jerks two and a half footer you know. Yeah, it's always a difficult thing. Occasionally see a guy who's waiting on eighteen. His playing partner is his main competition to win this tournament and the guy in the green misses the PUTT. So the Guy Waiting wins the tournament and you can't begrudge the guy for leaping in the air I just want a million dollars in one PGA event. But at the same time, it's still feels like it's bad form it's impolite celebrate after the guy has just failed. It's and they'll always say. Collapses in golf they you know under the pressure they can't do it, and then the guy always say who wins. Will. It's not the way I wanted to win. Right shot up. Getting to say that, I don't care how one is. The the final thought on this is. John Daly course when the PGA as an alternate okay. That he was on the list and got the call the night before saying, okay someone pulled out and off you go right and it's gotten this car low Cadillac. He had drove thousand hours up there slept in his car and then went on to win the PGA right that that's you. You would remember that story of course. So the the the neat thing here is. Your on the wait list Stevie you're on the weightless for the US Open? Okay. You just missed your your on top five guys here. You're going to be the next guy in line. If someone pulls out. So. I don't care who you are Steve You're watching that everyday gonna some someone dropped at. Okay. Someone somewhere. or at least get us covert or something so that you know something. So so so when Brooks kept announces today Okay I, wish they have a camera on the guy who was the first alternate and getting his shot to play in the US Open so Anyway. When one door closes, stevie and other door opens. And we show close the door on this one. Have a great day. James. We'll talk to you in our next episode. Goodnight everybody, we'll see.

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352: The Love (and the Unfairness) of Being a Head Coach in Hockey

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

37:44 min | 3 weeks ago

352: The Love (and the Unfairness) of Being a Head Coach in Hockey

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Use my phone. And we drift through sites or APPs looking for stories and it went like this. Now. Mary does. Not Sure GonNa talk about that. Her. No that's boring. Maybe talked about something. Your body's doing real. Tell nobody better. Wait my glasses got some new glasses. Glasses that hang on. Here's one hang on Steve here's on. The. Red Lynn and Kid Rock married on perked up for a second we're. Talking Eighty eight year old country singer Loretta Lynn got married today. country. Kid Rock on his plow and took down Loretta Lynn of the weekend she's eighty-eight. Let's Gov. that's that's about four shows right there. We could talk about this is a credible Steve Kit, wait a minute. Oh No it's It's not real. No. Just kidding around. Well, that's just -rageous. Kidding around there at some friends. Stupid. Stupid wedding really renewing their vows and Kid was there Loretta Lynn? So must be some country singer I dunno where entertainer. And they've always joked around Steve about we should we should get married and. The preacher was there and they did a pretend thing remember I told you yesterday I'm going to give stories that are shouldn't be on that are okay. Like, if they get married, that's a big story right there. Right but not no not getting married. So. That was our show prep and then you said, okay well, let's go. Let's go. We. Get. Was Jam packed a fake stories with that was. I'll tell you one of the stories that kind of touch me over the last few days was the death of actor Chadwick, both men. Give course. Fantastic actor and to for him to pass away, he died of colon cancer after a four year battle and firm to pass away does he was the lead in forty two, the Jackie Robinson Story and he passed away on Jackie Robinson Day seven years after he portrayed the Sporting. Great. kind of left me on saddled and got me thinking about man it is. So time that I go in and get the colonoscopy or the test or whatever the hell. It is I'm older than that guy was and and that guy was good lookin' he looked invincible totally fit and Yeah it was sad to see him passing away on the weekend. I'll tell you what was. I read that story. I I saw the last major movie he did. was He kind of Superhero in that movie? and. What it was called Panther Yeah. Outstanding role. was. Unbelievable. Acting on the guys part but you know what was how this day and age Steve They kept this under wraps but nobody knew that this guy was Surly nobody that I know or into the public. This guy was gravely ill for a long time. With cancer and like you said, the last three or four years, and then whammo he he died and I had never ever heard that that guy was sick. And A. So. Somehow, they kept it under wraps in. A but yeah, I got I. Got Mine. Done Stevie my mother died of complications. From something where the doctor said, you get your right, call an Oscar and. So I did I did and Was it a laugh riot. It was well, they put you out Stevie. But I ask what happened embarrassing the I said. So what's what happens here? Yeah. Okay. Oh that's what you do. He can I stay awake for that? Sounds troubling is like what? I don't know. I don't know. I was always curious Steve. Total is quite uncomfortable if you're conscious for it. Yeah, it's not. Anyway Yeah. It's all part of getting all these D- old. So Yeah and look at a guy like. Jacques Martin. As an NHL head coach he's getting older. He's been around forever and he's got hired today got another job in the NHL got fired by Pittsburgh as an assistant there, and now he's been hired as the New York Rangers, assistant coach and boy set up for success this young kid. Alexia frontier is going to be fantastic in our timmy Pinera and WHO's a Hart Trophy candidate. Because advantage add who I think goals. Wise. I think he had the most goals per game on average of any player in the league. So it's a very exciting ranger team and good for Jacques Montan for finding a new gig but it got me thinking about why does the game? I don't maybe people think this way, but it seems like. Jacques, Martin and coaches like him feels like the game passes them by in people's minds and you just sort of pigeonholed into being an assistant coach. And you look at another former assistant car for sends coach in Rick Bowness. The same thing happened to him right I remember asking Pierre. McGuire, over a decade ago it wasn't be better think about Rick Bowness as a head coach is guy just one of those things right? There's no real reason behind it and how by the way even though ric bonus in the Dallas Stars as we speak right now gave up a five spot in the first period down five nothing as we record. Yeah. They're still in the driver's seat in that series and Rick bowness could find himself with a Stanley Cup ring and a few weeks time so I don't know I. I think Andy Reid in Kansas City. Everybody's talking about him. Let him go in Philadelphia and he got the job and Casey, and for several years people are saying This guy is not the answer and all the sudden. He's got a super bowl ring as well. He signed a new contract at Kansas City. Today. I. Think that coaches. They just get pigeonholed and I find it bothersome. The way they're kind of treated like I don't know just garbage sometimes. I'd like jok the best smelling coach ever. said that. He's the best coach ever never disappointed. The first day I met jockey came in to do an interview at. What was it called Ottawa sports radio. I think by first gig sitting in the summers and he he came in. Kindly. Because it was the dog sports, right nothing going on and he walked in the studio just as beautiful waft, of Cologne Steve. Surrounded the room like a nice Hidayat Hey I don't know what it was. It was old spicer hiker might have been a combo might have had a recipe of. Different, I just remember. Oh. I tried to follow the smell he didn't know me. And I'm next thing I sort of bumped into him from behind I've. Usually. got. God you smell good. Your hypnotized by smell. Really good. Great Guy though I love Jock Love Jack Martin. But you don't conversely you bring this up Steve About The recycling of coaches. If they don't do it Steve Okay because it became laughable. For years in the way back in the in the days, Stephen You and I were just kids watching the fell. The Babo Bill of age of the world and Hugh Campbell. You know what's his name Don Matthews? Coached for you know they just recycled those guys, right you remember during the seventies and eighties. There's no new coaches here right and thought is ridiculous. You know. New Coaches or coaches right it's you know they don't. They don't grow out of shape. You know the generally the rules are the same for the game so they can but I always thought it was stupid. Don't don't recycle a bunch of coaches but but if they don't Steve, if they didn't do this if the Jacques Martin's of the world and Rick Bowness and all these other guys if they didn't get gigs. You would have less and less. Guys. Interested in coaching. I think you know what I mean. It's coach coaching is really hard man. It's a, it's a fricken grind. To do it, it's on you everybody knows that no matter what if a team goes bad. The coaches the first to go If you start losing games, right. So you gotta live with that Steve Okay and you can't get a long term contract until recently, what's what's his face got in Toronto when the Big One Mike. Deal, Babcock got the ten year deal but if you don't do it Stevie I, you know it's probably a good fraternity. That, they do have a shot. If you're thirty five or forty years old and the elite the game. You know if you're if you're looking at a coaching career, if no one got rehired with different teams fired and referred, you might forget that. But I would think Steve if you did you look at and go I'll go into coaching you can grab a gig anywhere at anytime for sure you're hard to be fired But this is more of a you know guys who hang in there they been they were head coaches back in the nineties and they just shocked Marta hung around a little longer than Rick bowness. I just look at these scenarios and I just wonder what it is like why do these guys? Because most guys who were head coaches and they stopping head coaches, they kind of drift off into the best guy like. My. Keenan who you know. There's a guy that would also love to be head coach again, but he's just been you know thought of as a Guy Okay Games passed him by well I'm not sure that's the case I think you can either coach or you can't coach and I I mean so on the one hand yeah there's there's guys who were hired to be fired. There's too much recycling going on. There's also assistant coaches that don't get their due guys like Bradshaw, for example, that guy's been plugging away as an assistant and is never thought of as a head coach. A buddy of mine his brother what's his name? This and get it. Get it. Get it buddies brother Newell. Brown. If. You look at his Newell Brown's coaching, career he's been assistant coach I think in the Nhl for about thirty years something like that But always thought of as an assistant coach I'm sure some guys WanNa, just be assistant coach. There's a little less pressure I suppose. But when I see a guy like Jacques Martin still hanging in Mary obviously loves to coach and I just. I wonder why people don't give him another shot. Yeah I agree you know a only have to think of the sins. People love Jock Martin Auto. Alright he's from around there right? He's up on the Quebec side somewhere. Hope I'm not embarrassing myself where he's from I think he's from Rockland. So. Okay. May Maybe in Ontario? His name on there. And then you mentioned how higher to be fired Great Status Dean Brown brought up last week that. In the last two years there have been twenty NHL head coaches fired in the league, thirty one teams, twenty coaches. Now some of these teams have actually fired like Washington did. They fired two coaches in the last two years but they'll get jobs. You know if they throw their if you've got to put yourself out there though right got you got to humble yourself and You know we talked about on this suspension today we recorded for this week. and. Russ about. What. What's the? What's the toughest thing? I mean we kill out the we kill coaches all day long and I thought we brought up this thing of. Let's give them a break here for a moment Steve. Even for the purposes of this show and talk about. How tough it is to do the gigs that they do and because everyone everyone. Sorry. My cats here. Here's. Found something under a plate Stephen. Says he started renovating around? For yet yet another reason Steve to know but. Those things I'm trying to Steve can't give them away I can't they're all full all these rescue places I've been on emailing and phoning to I, want to surrender my cats and they're all they're all ramp packed. I. Guess People Are Given their pets thought they'd be adopting but. They're home alone and they realize, okay, this cat's driving me crazy fairly they're like a few hours a day and you go to work and stuff but people are home twenty, four seven and the realizing I don't like my cat that much. Yeah. I guess while they got they're all GonNa head of me in line. Anyway. What what we were, what I ended up talking about what's the really tough thing? You know there's got like Yeah it's lots of money. It's lots of celebrity as we're finding out more and more if players now today had their druthers, they would do they would be. Far Far far rather not be in the public eye then be in it. You know. Back in the day, right? Jeremy. Roenick. And a bunch of these other guys had riot right with commentary and doing stuff and and horsing around, and then social media has ruined any sort of going inside to you know to to find out what people doing. So that becomes a tough part of that job now. and. One of the things he talked about was with players that the toughest thing ever for. Players coming into the bigs. Entering the show is they better be prepared to be humbled when the coach tells them. You're not a first liner anymore and you're going to be in the checking line and you're not a center. We're going to put you on the wing and you're you know that that's a really tough thing right for for guys to have to handle and coaching the same right. Coaches to see everyone thinks it should be a head coach Steve. Everybody. Everybody. Kelly, Buchberger is earning his stripes I. I think the head Guy, the minor league team now for Edmonton And, he had gigs with Washington's a buddy dugway. So there's some. Fraternity. There I was talking about but. If you WANNA stay in. Stevie you better be prepared. See No problem no problem. How good is Jacques? Martin look on your on your team rosters an assistant. Fantastic God. Yeah It's great high for the Rangers there's no question about that and your point about you know having to change your role yeah. You're a top six Ford in the NHL or one of the top two defensemen or the starting goalie everybody else on any given team will have to change their role. You'll have to play more two way hockey right Russ, court abroad up g carbonell one of his teammates in Montreal, who by the way recently went into the hockey hall of fame and that's a guy that's thought of as defence and defence only like the guy it's decent years in Montreal accuser guy was hovering around fifty points in the eighties but that was the time when you know got guys like gear up there, you know one hundred and fifty points up like that early eighties up over two hundred points. See you know it was a pretty lively era and so the point in those days. But. Now. That's a guy though that was a defensive specialist and got to the hockey hall of fame but he had to change his game. He had insecure to me in the nineteen eighty season, one, hundred and eighty two points. So hit tons and tons of offensive upside even his last year in the American Hockey League in ninety four points but in the NHL is only so many jobs to go around only so many top line minutes to go around you WanNa hang the switch gotta do. Craig Matab. Has. mother-in-law's my neighbors. You know Sharon. Was a widow and I've been hanging out with sharing a little bit. She's a lovely lady next door but I've you know. Craig was the oiler guy you know. As a player and then went to the Stanley Cup final in the old six run. With the great goalie. I call them real. Rolleston Rowlinson whatever Wayne, Rolleston? Yeah. Great. He he took them there. He carried them in and they went to the final against Carolina. He was great coach. Great coach you know. He now has had stints in Russia. Is Back there and I said, well, what's Craig doing these days? Yeah. He's over in Switzerland now. Coaching a team over there. Wife just went over to see him and I'm like Oh my God. But you better be prepared if you want to stay in the game. But he loves coaching. I talked to him a couple of months ago I. saw him before he took the Gig and I said, what are you going to do? His gig the oilers. was. Kind of fizzled out you know. And he wasn't doing much there and and yet he was getting paid. And he said, I hate it. I don't like it man I want to be behind the bench and right so. He's still boot around. Coaching over in Europe No. Yeah. It's got the in Switzerland coaching some team over there so. I guess in your blood, it's pretty addictive I mean I coached competitive girls hockey obviously a million miles away from the level. We're talking about right now in this conversation, but it really is a cool thing. So guys yes they work their ass off but when it gets under Your Skin, the coaching bug. It's it really is a labor of love like just organizing group. Working on tactics working on the technical skills. Spending so much time with the players and the bonding and then watching them have success with stuff that you've helped teach them both tactically as a team and individually somebody scores a big all within. Oh well, they couldn't take a back at the start of the year. Now they can write and they just roof one up under the crossbar just little moments like that. Is it's so addictive almost and it's it's just it's really really fun I mean it's hard work, but it's really really fun. So I get why guys like Craig mctavish have it in their blood and it's It's tough to kind of let go of it. Well, think of this DVD, and maybe you can start to make list 'cause you. Way More guys in the hockey circles than I do but. I gotta use either guys right because that's how I know the best. These guys have been out of the game a long time. Okay and they're still coaches. But. You would not know that probably. A couple of eight. Okay. Charlie. huddy. Okay. As wasn't was an all star defenceman. Okay. Great player with the she's still coaching. Okay as an assistant. Believes in Winnipeg right now. Okay. I'd mentioned Kelly Buchberger has been out of the Game Longtime coaching. Okay. Nor would know where he is in fact, I. Steve, Smith. Okay. Is is still I? Think he's in buffalo now wasn't Chicago for many years. If you think the last time you heard a Steve Smith, he scored on his own goalie. Thousand years ago, and yet this Guy's been out there coaching on teams. Martin Elena right has been out of the game longtime. Okay and he's assistant in. Calgary. And and on and on and on how many guys who you would say. They played high level hockey they all they racked up a million frigging games rhino last long time in the League earned their stripes. Now, the game have won Stanley Cups you know have done all that and. Say. They're they're flailing away in the league somewhere. You know they're they love it I guess but there's there there four or five guys I just mentioned Steve Four, one of. I, don't know five hundred. You. Know guys in the day there's only thirty one head coaching jobs for sure. It I these guys love to coach in. This is their opportunity and some guys just you know for they're not thought of that way and the some guys stopping being thought of that way they were for a long time like bonus like Jok Martin and then they just stopped getting thought of that way and then there's other guys who can stop being thought of that way like Mike Babcock and Peter Laviola. These guys who keep getting opportunities as the second the Washington capitals fired Todd Reardon, their head coach Zinc, top front runners, Mike Babcock, and Peter Laviola. Really. We're GONNA recycle those guys again on other great coaches. Don't get me wrong. But as lots of great coaches out there. WHO's the other guy keeps getting gigs Ken Hitchcock Right. That guy's name still gets floated around them. So that makes it tough on young guys hearing that who want to get into the coaching ranks going really these guys are still in the fold. What kind of chance do I have against Mike? Babcock in a job interview and he's in the and he he's coming right behind me. I would love to you know what I mean. You can only do so many things in this life and I've got a young family and everything like that and I just. But if I'm a single man and I was sort of on the path I, see myself I don't even I don't even have aspirations of. Professional coaching or anything like that. But it'd be would have been cooled like a run a small collegiate program or something like that. I think that would be amazing stuff like that because again when you get when you get that coaching bug, a. really kind of sticks with you So you think of other coaches in our lifetime like I was saying that are icon coach Scotty Bowman okay. Who who did so much hockey who was so successful Al Arbour Okay Steve was another guy. Who coached the islanders to to the how many cups they want for the oilers took over? So it was arbor then Glenn say their coach that team. When you think about how successful those guys were Steve Okay, it's kind of funny. It's kind of funny that Scotty Bowman. Probably want all those cups with very limited assistance. Know Video Guy No health expert. No nutritional guy. No physical fitness guy no weights in the in the Locker Room No. Not even a bike stevie. And Anyone anyone who's anyone will tell you that he was one of the greatest coaches of all time. They'll say that about say they'll say about, Al Arbour they'll say it about toe blake, they'll say about. You. Many of the other guys who had so much success that an ad not not half the resources, not even half not a fifth of the resources. Well, you gotTA keep in mind that none none of their competitors had those resources either right so it was kind of like. When you when you look at that era and you think about resources, that's what part of what makes made Roger Neilson grade like he was kind of mocked by the media because he was using video and they're they're jokingly calling him captain video as like Oh my God he's watching he's using TV to help it as practices to step in and help us player well. Now, that is absolutely one thousand percent common practice with every single coach even on down to the minor hockey level, it's mean wh video sessions are absolutely crucial. So, there's a guy that actually was a visionary and doing things a little out of the ordinary. So say that no one else was doing something most with the exception of organic Roger, Neilson. I it wasn't exactly a detriment because nobody was using. Any of these newer newer ideas, but you had great coaches. Yes. There's still a guy rose to the top and had this unbelievable long careers in success. You know you don't have that now stevie. Babcock had that great running Detroit. You were you coach and but but do you have that anymore? Do you have you have hall of fame coach Steve That you're GonNa Pluck in the last ten years right that. have any of. The WENT BACK TO BACKUPS CHICAGO LA, they're batted back and forth there for a little while right. Right. Randy Carlyle. Did He win in Anaheim I forget. Andy Carlisle beat the senators with the ducks host seven. Sorry. Sorry. Pick that SCAB was really well. And now it's bleeding. Crazy. Anyway you know what I mean it's kind of interesting. It's kind of interesting that. With everything they have available and as you say, everyone else does too but. I don't know there's just no one seems to last stevie you. We have lasted long enough. We need to take time out. That was a terrible segue but I'm gonNA stick with it. Not Editing that I'm not doing anything with it. We're going to take a timeout long enough. Yeah. We shall take time out and then back with final thoughts after these words, a lot of people I talked to end up asking me about what coverages should they have for their house? How much do I need? Why would I want that I? AM Jerry Girard Insurance Ontario Color text me at eight, zero, one, two, six, five, nine, give me a call. 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I should share this with a good listener because Josh is reaping the benefits of it. He just texted me and said great great advice loving it. Arm off what what did you know? It's all over is a calf. Common spot and what you do is when you're dealing with poison ivy, you put the leg, the area that's affected. Underneath the TUB tap. And you started out with warm water and gradually make it as hot as you can. Keep. Pouring it on there until. As you. Just go it'll basically just get Soichi so bad for about ten seconds, and then all of a sudden little ease up and then you get four to five hours of relief after that. Oh Well there we go. Let me write that down. If want to get you gotTA SKULD yourself to death Yeah put boy on his you can stand I didn't say boy I. Stick the affected area into the pot of boiling water no said his heart is you can stand do not burn yourself. You're going to get in trouble for this. This is not a very, very good advice at all the guy okay. He's loving it. Guarantees to get addicted to it. Now eventually, you're going to need steroid cream from the dock by you got in the meantime it's a very, very solid mom and pop remedy right there. Too, strong, stevie. J's made some trades today. Cubic Jas Fan I am Ajay's Fan I shouldn't say that I'm trying to be funny right now and I don't who they will snarky. They're on a roll to they lost today but they'd won three in a row. They're they're well above five hundred, zero think they'd won four straight. They lost a Baltimore today. But they picked up some guys again. Jonathan Vr from Miami he had a really good year last year had twenty four home runs stole forty base has been kind of used as more of a utility guy the marlins so they bring him in and they give up Griffin Co.. So that whole. Fatherhood Thing Jeff Cohn and longtime Marlin. So this Griffin, he's GonNa. Have a lot of eyes on him now but yeah they had the the Boba shed. Of course, Toronto Vlad Guerrero Kevin Bicciato Road Clemens Kid I think is somewhere deep in the minors and. Griffin Co nine now Donna. To A. Tricky start to his time as a blue Jay because he got suspended fifty games for testing positive for a banned substance all you can't do that. No I know I know. So the Jays bucking up bit they also get a pitcher named Robbie Ray from Arizona and who's the other guy they got? To the team Ross stripling from the dodgers. So are you pleased you're the baseball guy is a good moves I, like VR Lot Robbie raise off to a terrible start with Arizona. His era is up around seven point eight he's one in four and seven starts. But if he was available. Vary available, and if you go back four or five years, he had really really good season I. Think it was with Arizona So maybe if he can turn back the clock and become still strikes out A. Ton. Of Guys. So they liked that about him, they see potential there but. Otherwise statistically. Not a lot to be excited about their but I do like the acquisition for sure. You and I talk about. Things that make us feel really old. Right we do. The obvious. The obvious. Sagging Skin Steve the. Arthritis in the morning stiffness the butter. The lung butter, the stiffness, the non stiffness Steve If you know what? I mean Yeah Okay. That's. But one one thing that always made me feel old. Is. Coming in year after year when we tune in every star hockey or whatever, and the guy who go. That's Husan plane now. You Know Oh yeah you go. Oh Yeah. That's Matthew CA chuck. You Know Brady. That's Keith Cook's children right and it's like, oh Jesus. How old are we going? So That's enough to make you feel when these kids come into the league okay. You know what made me feel? Really old today Steve. What's that when you said? You Know Max Domi is getting on a little bit in years. I had to sit down as it. Are you serious about the? Yeah. So now, how old do you feel how do I feel when tie Domi who's younger than I am? No is perhaps you know he's maybe it's maybe his best years are behind him. You know why I said what I said was Max Domi. And I know the effect you're talking about. I. Get that feeling every once in a while too but Max dome. Said, the headline was that he may have played his last game of Canadians that not to say that he's retiring rating like that but he had a very tough playoffs and right now it was even a moment last week or I guess he changed his twitter profile and remove Montreal. But if you go back there now he's he's put it back. Montreal is right there but he had such a good. Year and then this year. Not so much and apparently didn't have a very good relationship with Julia and Domi ended up on the fourth line in the postseason. He's going to be buried right now because they got a guy like Kotkin Yemi who is expanded the depth at center ice shoved him down. So yeah, you're not paying a guy like. Like like Max. Domi to be a fourth center for you. Right. You'll end up somewhere else by the way the Boston Bruins are eliminated. As or this the Bruins have just been eliminated in double overtime. The Tampa Bay lightning have won three two. They win the series in five and moving on and how big is the loss of Teuku. Rask now, look for the Boston Bruins who probably went into the playoffs as loom your favorite I would say that they were the best team in the NHL during the regular season but. All of a sudden to grasp decides to make a sudden departure was talk that have been an emergency you know something going on with his. One of his kids but opted out of the postseason and It's a big drop off when you lose Rask and go to Yorislav Halack Nice, still a nice goalie. But now all of a sudden, you have a guy like Dan Blood Dr later, I don't even know how you pronounce that game, I've never heard of them but. It's tough deal for the Bruins to lose their number one goal that. I'll tell you who is on a mission there and I know it firsthand because Russ's a friend of his. Cooper Cooper is the John Cooper. Tampa. Yeah well, they got they got wiped out. Didn't they though didn't they lose four straight the last time they're in the playoffs. One of the most shocking upsets I've ever seen in the NHL because he was in the regular season one of the best regular season teams we've seen in a very long time and they go in and not only get upset by Columbus but swept. So he's on a mission. He's on a mission so I like John Cooper. Don't. Bottom buddies anyway. Hope he does. Okay. That's I got you down for seven F. bombs today. Why Talk to you about it? It's the first one I'm telling you. I'll just I'll text them all to you put them all an audio files and I'll text them all the be barraged with F. bombs later tonight, I don't. Take our leave at this stage of the game. My friend I'm empty mammy too good neither right let's see.

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348: John Tortorella Gets Fined Again, Why is it So Hard for Some Coaches to be Gracious and Civil?

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348: John Tortorella Gets Fined Again, Why is it So Hard for Some Coaches to be Gracious and Civil?

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I don't even think you need to put anything on them. And just firemen the oven. I. Don't I don't even know what to coat them with anything or you might be. A Little Bit of flowers something Steve Yeah No. I like the big ones. The big ones you get it the Costco I don't like those. Guys they're media everything just like the little guys they're nation Chris and I like them hot Hanalei thought you don't like the the design with the double bone, right? It's like eating Shinhan, isn't isn't that the reading? Of Chicken shins a chicken bones chicken night their wings I guess the Femur I guess of chicken ship night. Buddy of mine. Tasmanian Devil he basically big Italian Guy Buddy Claudio. So he takes his thumb and it is index finger snaps into at one end. I'm off and Jesus at the other end and is to clean bones left dead chicken Shin wasn't wasn't claudio the guy. We gave you the hard time about that. You went to a supertramp concert with A. Knows that concert. Put On for free and I took a supposed to take my wife she couldn't come. So I called Claudia my buddy last-second and you guys gave me a hard time about it as though I was dating him or something not that it'd be anything wrong with that. That was a two thousand, five joke boys say. That's a long time ago. Yeah. Speaking of that speaking of a dating your buddies. I'm on a new I'm onto a new comedian you gotTA CHECK HIM OUT Steve. Scottish. His name's Kevin Bridges. He. Scott's. Thick thick accent. So you've got you. Almost need the subtitle. But Man. Oh, man is funny. So funny. So how he compared to say how Funny Bill Burr is just Well he's right in there with bill burr a little bit like his. Is theme of stuff about people that drive him crazy. You know people that bug them So. Not. A Bill Burr Bill. Burr for sure but but this guy does a couple of things. It's like like all the guys do now all you see the theme of Comics now. Kevin Hart Bill Burr CK was like that. Louis. this guy. Sebastian Maniscalco all these guys are about most of it is about the dislike they have for things right and and that's the basis of their comedy and and I think it's really funny bill. Burr builders. For me the greatest guy going there right now. But now you're starting to split hairs. There's so many guys out there. That are so good. Check him out. He's Gone Stevie he's just for I can. I'm not surprised you were big billy Connolly Guy, right? So totally totally got adds a little something something to it but I bill burr I'm with you the something about him right now like what he delivers at this point in time. is so much absurdity out there that needs to be called out right. But anybody who tries it can find themselves out of a job or find themselves thrown off the air. He finds a way to point out the absurdity of twenty twenty in the political correctness and do it in such a way that seems to be palatable to everybody. That's his genius. He's so smart he sneaky smart you just you pay attention to the jokes funny and all that but at the base of it all he is Super Smart Oh. Yeah he's not an. I've said this before. That when you sit down to probably write comedy, you know and I was never a very good writer never never was I was never a very good stand up guy STANDUP I. Admire those guys tremendously tremendously you know so but you'll sit down and there's going to be taboos. Okay. So so I was bouncing stuff off you. You know. There's just stuff you do not make jokes about your don't. Okay. Why do I feel like I'm about to do some editing in the show right now? No I'm just saying it would never you'd never tackle things like like. SPOUSAL. Abuse. A Child sexual predators. Just, as crazy ship that's goes on in our life right and he goes like this will be the first four things. I'M GONNA do Yeah Bill Burr and you're going are you kidding me And Somehow, he does it in a funny way he does he doesn't make. I. Don't know how to explain that dog. I'm not sick here folks. Okay. But you just got to see the stuff he does. He does that's brilliant. Absolutely brilliant and would take hours of writing and rewrite and thinking about it so. He's great. He's great. Anyway shared break get some wings with your wife tonight and chest sit down and watch them you to look up Kevin. Bridges I will get back to me tomorrow. And other guys fairly brilliant is John Tortorella he and the Columbus Blue Jackets are out of the play offs is most would know even fine twenty, five, thousand dollars today. because. He really wasn't behaving the way he should be at the conclusion of Columbus is series and. I. Don't know if it's twenty, five, thousand dollars worth he basically said I want all touchy feely with you guys. I'M NOT GONNA. Do that with you guys be safe out there and then walked out of room. This was probably a cumulative thing because he would not be a first time offender as we all know, he has to go sideways at the end of Games but I guess my question in the in the big picture is like, why can't guys like John Tortorella guys like Bill Belichick just Kinda do their job as coaches and politely and reasonably answer questions from the media right? You know I I. It is tiresome. I guess I love. Tortorella right. I've always been a big fan of that guy. I've always. Because I'm such a non fan of of sports interviews. I just and I try and do the Self I've had guests on the suspend ables we've had the guest On the radio show. And I just struggled with it. The whole time not to you know every time we went to ask a question that that's the same thing you know and I still fall into that once in a while. What do you want to take away from the game? You take away from tonight's Game I still see it I don't want to name names. Okay. But I still see it all the time. Okay with. You guys are up to are you guys up two games to nothing now in a best of seven? Do you find that this will give you enough confidence to go into game three. Up. Five one. Do you think you guys have some you know. Think you WANNA use some of that to capitalize going into the third period. Right no I thought we'd laid back a little bit. Planned and maybe they can tie it up and we could win in overtime. It's just like I. Do. Appreciate John Tortorella and his act right and he's right right guys. I do when he goes into that I do not suffer fools gladly act and takes guys guys and makes them accountable for their moronic questions that I don't have a problem with. But when his general questions coach your thoughts on the game, well as the media guy that she looking for quotes and toward often will rip them apart right here's the thing I. Don't here's the thing I think he has to stop doing a Mac Michael's making appearance on the show that Michael. Michael Blind a eight o'clock that again, do you mind if I going on probably eight o'clock eight, o'clock eight nine o'clock I got a lot of work to get to show. Up Nine o'clock find arrive. See you later. Okay. Get. Where where we? So. Tortorella right. So you gotTa Love Tour Torello right because he's sort of thumbs is knows what he's supposed to do. He's not into small talk he's not pat answers he's even beyond that right He. Probably, rage factor right and it gets he's got no patients for anybody know patients I players. He has no patients for fans and he has no patience for the media. With ownership or management, but you don't you don't get to hear much of that. But it'd be interesting to be in a meeting with Tortorella and see what he's. Negotiating a new contract here's the problem Steve With what he's doing now that I think that I think is. What? All all all players all people involved in sport is they got to be careful about is making a mockery out of their sport. Right and this guy this Guy Today makes a mockery out of it. Okay. He makes we got no defense here torts. Okay. We've laid off a bunch of fines for you we've. Stopped phoning you. We let you do what you WanNa, do you're respected coach tons of success all that but now you're making a mockery of our game and when you get a guy doing what he did today. Not the end of the world. Okay. Not the end of the world but the flags go up if I'm running legal look at, we can't have this. Part of the deal is always you must address the media you must address them eighty two times a year after each game that's part of the deal. You must do a postseason presser and I guess other ones along the way. They do. So what happens when I hear that now Steve From that guy? was. All Fun and Games. That's great. You're hilarious. Right. Back to the days is that right? Bugsy is that Right Brooke? WanNa go putting up his fifth. That's all fun. But now you gotTa Make An. You know put thumbing something is knows that the NHL? And I think they have stop it. You know. Arnold Palmer. Right. Always said that when guys sorta stepped out of the box bit. He's The guy took tagger down winning was slamming as clubs you know and and everyone thought well, it's frigging tiger. What are we gonNA do here you. tyrrell's tiger woods a hockey, but but he's a big gun in hockey right and Palmer tune them up and said bigger than the game. Are You Right you're. So now you can do it any way you want. And Palmer made it very clear. NOBODY IS BIGGER THAN THE GAME Steve Nobody. No hockey no John Tyrrell. And anyone who begins to delve into that area that they think they're bigger than the game. Boxers right. You tend to see a lot of that from these guys who just don't give a shit about anything at all. Not Humble, you'll. You'll see it happen and it it's it takes down the sort of. The value of what sports is and everything like that. So. Whether twenty. Five. Whether. Not just. Glamour looking at each other. So we know. You go fishing thought. So. What I think is the problem is with some of this stuff. It's like suspensions in hockey. You know you get some that are way too light, right? It happens right everyone looks at it goes. Yeah that's a suspension. GotTa be a five Gamer because that's what dude got. Right there's all. There's a precedent. Let's look back. And then they ended up giving the guy game. And everyone freaks out right free excel and there's an obvious problem with that. You know any coach looks at the guy got a game for that. Okay. Go Spirit the guy. Okay you're only going to get two games and with Tortorella twenty-five grand right for him as fuck I can do this all day. I can do this all day I can walk out on people and. So what do you do you know? What is still a lot of money compared to what the players would get their Max fine as a player for doing the most moronic thing you stab guy for a player. Now, the police will probably have something to say about it but as far as fine goes, I don't think he'd get more than five grand as a player. So I mean I it's big by when you compare it to that. But I think this, you're doing yourself a disservice if you get into a situation where you're doing this on a regular basis, a I, think you wear it. You're welcome with your players nobody likes to be yelled at constantly but this whole media thing. Used to bat idea bad business. Miss Your own selfish point of view. If you make the media sour toward you. Then all is lost, the media delivers the message, but they can deliver it with a bit of color a little extra something something and if you make them look bad if you humiliate them if you annoy them with your constantly, you know not talking or make them feel stupid. Well, the media's GonNa have your back and they're gonNA write things on a daily basis that makes you look bad and I believe the John Tortorella y think he's an excellent coach at heart and I believe he's a good person at heart I. Think he does himself a disservice and he shortens is Nhl coaching career by behaving the way he generally does. Yeah I know you're PR is what you talk about their and and it's true. Right? It's like it's like stepping on the ice. Okay. Before the before they dropped the opening puck and then you go over to the ref and call him a piece of shit. Right. Not a strong move. Not a smart move. Right? Really started the game here. Okay or or basketball God they do it on I've been to I've been to one basketball game. I went to a Laker game with Dave. Colo- David I wendy at we ended up on the floor sitting on floor seats for Laker game and. So many great experiences from but one that I came away with things. Can. Kobe. Bryant. For example, how often he was working the piss out of the referees all the time all the time. You don't always see it on TV because the boggles down the other way and Kobe might be lagging back and every time every time. So Falah. That can't bode well, you know that. That's not a good idea to keep telling a ref. He missed a call. He'll get starts term it might work because you're Kobe Bryant right and human nature kicks in is like Oh my God Kobe Bryant's mad at me I hate that but in the short term could work for the long haul the referees. Lavanchy. Just starting more like any other player who's yelling at them or I heard one time we did you know the guy says, you're missing everything hockey game. You know you missed a call missed another one there right and then he called the penalty on that Guy Right. Okay. Who was working to me goes Go I did miss that one. You know right it's Sorta like Judy said to see that. If you don't think that if you don't think that Shit works against you then you've got another thing coming so. Tortorella, with the media gets the same idea. And I think the other thing is. You know I, understand why the NHL wants these guys to talk I don't understand why Bellichik Bill Belichick in New England in the NFL while he gets a free pass apparently. Dog like that man, we're onto Cincinnati man I don't want to talk about that. I mean he sits there and takes all the questions. He doesn't get up and leave, but he might as well why he gets away with it. I don't know because it's really really important to have somebody out there and go ahead, send your assistant coach out if you hate it send your assistant out and he can talk but there needs to be somebody who's a conduit that you have to have somebody out there who is the media is important because they're. The fans effectively there representing the fans fans pay all this money to go to the game they're invested, they're living and breathing it. We all know sports talk radio's crazy people are consuming these sports teams and they want to know every little bit about it and they're paying a heavy freight to do that, and they want the media asked the question they're curious about, and if they're not getting those answers, you're doing a disservice to your customers. Yeah. Your and the League. And the League, Right It's like dealing with kids Steve. This is a kid right that part of them right is. This on the ground right screaming and yelling or whatever he does. With a kid right you go you, you can't do that can't be telling your parents to f. off. You. You can't ignore the rules around here. Right? Yes I can't. Well no you can't you know and if you do here's what's going to happen. Okay. Car Keys. Okay. Gameboy played playstation again that's how it works. They sure straighten up in a big hurry. Yep, I never I never I never worried too much about getting in trouble with my dad because he never did anything you know it was a speech right and then when that didn't work my dad was pretty smart guy. Then, he then they had other moves yet other. When the speech didn't work back in the day Stevie you know. When when that that that one worked K. I won't be boys I gotta go okay. I can't have another beer gotta get and same with Tortorella. got. Twenty five grand I don't know. I always talk about that whole thing with coaches and or Dads, and it's it's all about correction. Right you try to teach trying to correct and everybody's got their own style toward or Screened all the time, but he certainly uses it liberally more than most coaches and sports. You know but then his others who have a softer touch and you brought up dad's I. Think about my dad, who is you know you know passed away a couple of weeks ago. One of the things I love about him was his calmness and his ability to correct and teach with that calmness man I'm really disappointed in your son. Right like when he would say that to me, I would rather he punched me in the face right so there are ways to correct their ways to do things, and that's the struggle being a coach. Some guys will respond that screaming and they will go that peer Luke Dubois story against the leafs where he hits a hat trick the game after he gets tuned up on the bench by Tortorella wins the game in overtime was crazy good story. But for every new law, there's a couple of guys that'll be like just that will shrink under. Tortorella. So it's a matter of finding out what makes every guy tick and that's the toughest part about being a coach, Nebraska effectively apparent for all these guys and how in the world you have the same style for every guy it's one thing to have two or three kids use a style that works for them. Great small number. Twenty guys on a bench. In the world do paradise almost guys offensively. Well, this suspension hockey is is handled really well, I think give or take right they'll say well, it should have been five you got three Bubba but but once they bring suspensions into the game. Okay. It's really helped. It's really helped the game okay if you didn't have it. It would be crazy. It would be wore out there. Right it would it would just be insane. So. The suspension thing works it does work You don't see many real intent to injure penalties anymore. Right. In fact you you. You see the odd one, but you don't you don't see a bunch of. The old cross-checking and shit like that. So it really were although I'd argue every five years technically I mean tainting right but you don't. You know they don't fight half as much as two anymore, right? So. What do you do? What derail is doing? Is probably what every single coaches wanted to do. More than once probably more than once. You know could you imagine getting wiped out? Steve? You got you lose eight one you go into the room you're pissed you're losing your out of the playoffs and and then your pr guy comes in and goes. Yeah. By the way you're on, you got to go to your press conference right now. Right? You WanNa go I don't WanNa do that right now no you have to you have to do it. So you know those those guys really got swallow hard right when they go to go behind the MIC and all of them want to do at Tortorella doing. But if you did you'd have anarchy braff allowed what he did right so. You know they. They have the fines with that works in a I. I always thought you know to make something effective to try and straighten someone out. Okay to try and correct someone's actions is you harm everybody? You know classroom right classroom where no one's GonNa rat on a guy. But the someone stalled someone's lunch and the teacher says who took it and they say nobody you know he goes that's fine. No one's going outside. Right. No one. Well quickly we get Galardo aside and go dude, you're bucking up here. Okay. Right. You're cutting into my action here now. Okay. So anyway, it's SORTA got to be handled like kids to penalize them I know lose a point Steve you know if this thing is this thing isn't running amok. Tortorella, you don't use. There's not many guys like Torelli in the League right? He's he's kind of an anomaly now. I had to go inside the sport to come up with another example in Bill Belichick and he's the he might be worse than Tortorella. In his way. He's not a yeller. He's not a guy that's into profanity but he just he just so blunt and boring and Might give you five six words and that's the extent of his news conferences. Maybe even repeating those things on why the NFL is happy about that, and it's funny if Tortorella or Bellichik aren't successful as they are and behave the way they do like how fast that gets old yeah. That's right. It's not a coincidence that the guys who are doing that are really successful. You know. Listen even eat to Tortorella gets gets a wide wide. What do you call it birth Earth Okay and gets away this guy's got away with lots, right? So they don't even get on him about content. Right they don't like some of his answers right or if. You know I don't know Youtube Tortorella interviews and you'll be laughing your head off right on. This is pretty good. They don't even bug him about that. What he did was walk away from a press conference. Okay. He said I'm not I don't want to do this and walked away. That's the only rule that you can't bring the only one you gotTa, do the press conference you've got to answer five questions. It's probably a minimum time that you gotta be there five ten minutes or something. So anyway and be honest part of why John Her Todarello is famous and probably as lasted as long as he has because we're all fascinated by him because he's not going into the K. because my advice would be find a way to talk your way through this you're pissed off is lost the series go out there and give the PAT answers. You, know the other team we gotta give them credit. You know we played our hearts, but we gotta get back. You know you go down that road, but it's boring part of what we love about John. Tortorella. As is so fascinating and what makes him so fascinating is his tirades. So it's twenty five grand like see a little of that Throne Bill Belichick Way. quicktime. Now, when we come back, we're going to get into how Phil Mickelson's doing on the seniors tour. That's after these words. 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There's one thing I love as much as sports is helping people get the best deal on insurance. If I can't get you a better rate on home and auto insurance, I'll treat you to a coffee. That's promise. Collar texts me at eight, six, zero, six, zero, eight or check out all in ca all insurance Ontario your modern boutique broker. It is a great time to sell your house right now. Maybe it's time to buy a new one. I've got a guy who can help regardless it is Glenn Walton real estate can be really unpredictable volatile even you wanna pro on your side Glenis helping me on a real estate deal. Right now, a great guy with a great team committed to helping a closure deal and getting you the best price call the Glenn Walton Real Estate Team Right now six, one, three, seven, nine, nine, six, three, zero, eight or Glenn Walton Dot Com. Welcome back to the program. A few technical glitches, but you don't need to know about that good listener you don't need to know. So, Phil Mickelson. He's not a senior. On the champions tour. Turned fifty in June and well, he went out and shot an impressive first round sixty one and right now Phil Mickelson, it's sort of a Monday Tuesday Wednesday tournament for some reason. He is your leader right now he's got a one stroke lead right now. Yeah. So fill of course, everyone knows. Phil. Great player on the PGA tour. Regular. Still doing things that no one ever thought a guy could do at his age. And so he plays this week. This past weekend was the first leg of the. fedexcup or Dustin emotional that whole story show thirty under one by eleven. Like a joke when you say. So film missed the cut to go onto the next seventy I. think he's out. So, the senior tour has been going for a while. And they play every weekend. The. I don't know if they always play four rounds. They played three for sure. So it might be Friday Saturday Sunday maybe they do play Thursday to Sunday but anyway, they they played this past weekend. And now they're starting. Tournament Monday Tuesday Wednesday. Not sure why but what it did allow is filled to schedule. Ahead of time that he'd go. Well, even if I make the cuddle, commit to this thing and play a bunch of golf the next two weeks. So it's it was his first senior champion's tour. Event he's fifty years old. That's when you get on there. As quick aside Mike were shot six under I don't know how he's doing today but as I look as record this fills six under again today so he's sixteen under. MINUS NINETY A he's as we speak three hundred through fourteen holes right on. So here comes Mike we're. Anyway I think we've mentioned it. What's going to happen? Well, we'll fill shred it, and the answer is yes. He's probably you know he's looking like he's going to. Obviously he's going to contend for this thing is in first place and Boy What that that see Steve How old you're getting now you're probably saying to yourself. To tune into that because Phil Mickelson's on that tour you imagine what that Guy's going to do for the tour. His playing both and some guys do some guys vj Singh right plays a bunch of regular events to anyway fewer alerting me VJ, Singh and his instagram, and how he is an absolute because I never really thought of him as a workout guy. Guys that just really really fit. He just looks like a long Lanky Dude but man does he work out hard? Yeah and is caddies a friend of mine. You'll think, yeah, he's from from Edmonton Danny Saul was a great great golfer from Everton College player. Played on the Canadian tour and Now he's picked up VJ's bag so it's like Not, only is the senior tour this sort of lottery for guys around the PGA tour it's great for some caddies to. Yeah. So VK VJ likes it up on that tour. He's well anyway it's funny. No other sport really has that old-timers League right? That's effectively what this is an old timers league but you look down the leaderboard. You'll see star after star in Bernhardt longer Ernie els. Relief Goosen Mike we're like VJ Singh is in this thing he talked about like there's a lot of really big names and I still WanNa Watch those guys play golf at why isn't that equate to any other sport I wonder. Well they're just because you're pretty good. Right at that level, right so Phil Filkin, Phil can zip back and forth. So you're on the senior tour but what lots of those guys have contended on the PGA? A fitter year old tennis player. Steve's got no shot at the US. Open. No shot you know I'm just talking about the champion's tour. Champion store exists the existence of the champion's tour is a bunch of guys who are past their prime. My point is the reason it's popular is because they many of them can contend at the PGA? And argue the same thing about a forty year old NHL player. He's not that far from being in the NHL, you'd probably hang on a third or fourth line. It just doesn't exist the way it does engulf the Champions League the champions tour I should say. That's just the mere existence of it. I find interesting because. Every other league just seems to shut it down. You've gear done in the main league. There is no senior league waiting for you for the most part, right but that's I'm I'm trying to give you the answer for that. My answer is that that Phil Mickelson can is got a shot at winning the masters. And he's on the senior tour. So you you've got really good. They're really good. A fifty year old like fifty year baseball player. There's not gonNA be much interest if they form a leak once you once you hit fifty that's all. I mean it's still they still guys like Bernard longer. You Sixty two I'll tell you. Yeah, he's really good. He's one times. Man is sixty three years older right I got to tell you a great story by the way. Phil okay, I don't know what he was thinking. You know how fills Steve we killing him for years about his fashion okay it's awful. We've I told you a long time ago Steve Phil will never ever look good in any close any sort of outfit at all no matter what he tries ever no matter what and remember a couple of years ago he came up with long sleeved shirt member. It was like interview as a dress shirt where that go stevie member I always said, I'll tell you the problem with marketing that shirt the shirt. It's fucking brutal. Excuse my language. So Phil shows up the yesterday for his first round. Steve He's lost a bunch of weight which is good. So he doesn't look so frumpy. He's not. The other day it looks like you say he's effort milk bag. Beggar. So it was but he wait came with the skinny he couldn't look more ridiculous. CHECK THEM FOR MR you've got the skinny pants. Okay. The skinny pets they're up to high he's got Britney Spears sunglasses on. Okay and he's wearing out there and chewing gum like he's like he's a kid in grade to. Know Phil No is really struggling. He's really struggling along that one. He's a yes. We're a pair with our score night imagine. Anyway. What I was going to tell you is. We broke from regular programming this week one recorded this sustainable and Russ. You know as many fens, many friends, and there's a guy. Named Steve Lowery who was who was a main player on the PGA tour for many years many many years one three times all in playoffs anyway. I love that you know we we come from the outside so. Rusty brought this guy on we talked to him this weekend's ables. The best story I've ever heard Steve. So he was talking about playing the British Open. With Barnard longer was in his group. and. They announced the players on the team. From Canada from Canada Steve Warm Right. And He's telling the story goes up. So, the dude who's doing the announcement. You know from from America. Sees. Laurie. Trump. Of Germany. Long hard banger. My favorite porn star. You take. Long hard banger. From Bernard Langer. You wonder if the guy's doing it on purpose just pretending screwed it up I. Want that name Steve Long. Yes you need to earn it though because you're not that you're just not says everybody and by the way. Known. As you mentioned, this tournament is at the ozarks national. So Just keep in mind that if you're one under par for a hole, you get yourself a Mardi bird. Jeez. Come on here and Ozark Fan. That's not bad if you're an Ozark fan easy Ron MacLean. Okay. Easy now. Pretty good at long banger. Mistake Steve Public address announcer. Just. Screwed down in the corner and just think about what you've done here are. Tips in. Other words used. Girls Tonight. We'll. See.

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489: The Sinking Ship with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

24:57 min | 1 year ago

489: The Sinking Ship with Dr. Mark Costes

"In the dental per Noor podcast. Okay. Doctor. It's time to put down that hand piece. You're listening to the show dedicated to helping dentists get their lives back. It's time to decrease your stress increase your ability and regain your passion. Now. Introducing your host, Dr Mark Kostas. Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of the dente podcast. I'm your host to Marcus obey resumed great out there today who man can you tell my voices shot. I am back in town after an incredible three days in Scott still with my favorite people in the world, the elite practice mastermind group kicks him, but got some systems ation accomplished for a lot of our mastermind members got a lot of stuff done. Just my favorite time of the year. Every every January is a great time. But our January mastermind meetings. We have them quarterly, but are January mastermind meetings are always my favorite because people come with their benchmarks that they want to try to accomplish for the year. We put a plan in place, we reverse engineer. We figure it out. We assign accountably count ability partners, and count ability groups is just awesome. Awesome stuff over one hundred people in the room there at the dental success is to toot headquarters in Scottsdale, the dental success network campus, it was just an incredible time special. Thank you to our black belt coaches. Dr Aaron nNcholas Dr Brian Stemmler, Dr Addison Killeen. Alastair macdonald. Carey dent, Tiffany trader. And of course, the whole yes, I staff for making it happen. Thank you guys enough. I want you to know I care for you guys very very much our team and our master members. We are the closest thing I have to a large extended family, and you guys are all very very special to me. So thank you. Thank you for your dedication to the cause. And for being a part of our incredible community and supporting the other members of the community. This episode is being brought to you by the dental success summit, which is scheduled for March twenty eighth and twenty ninth two thousand nineteen. They're still the opportunity to get forty percents off your education, just go to dental success summit dot com. The best speakers lineup of all time. We expect a sell out. We are on track to sell this thing out again for the fourth year in a row this'll be the fifth year for the fifth year in a row. The one thing that you guys wanna. Sydor is that the hotel rooms will sell out, and it is a lot more fun. And it is a great experience. If you're at the dental success summit in March to be staying at the facility, the j w Marriott is a huge hotel. But last year we were completely sold out of our hotel room block and people had to stay off campus. And it was not as much fun for them because they had to get Uber's in and out of there. They had to wait for rides. And they didn't get to network to the extent that the other attendees that signed up earlier got the opportunity to do. So guys. This is going to be the event of the year. I'm really excited for this year's speakers lineup and the size of the actual event is going to be fantastic. We have a lot of surprises. It is the anti conference. It is more fun than any other dental conference that I can think of besides maybe VOD because that one's great too. But make sure you guys are signing up Donald success dot com, March twenty eighth and twenty ninth Scottsdale, Arizona and still get forty percent off make sure you sign up soon. So you can get your hotel room and realize that forty percent discount. Okay. In today's. Meet of the podcast. I'm going to repeal replaying. A portion of a keynote presentation that I did recently, and it is all about well. I start talking about the elite practice mastermind blueprint. So the blueprint is the five pillars that I believe that you have to master in order to have an elite level dental practice. But also this blueprint helps you to audit where you are in the five different areas that the five different primary areas of practice growth and practice systems ation. So hopefully, you guys get a lot out of this. We talk about KPI's we talk about. Getting that practice system is to the level where you are no longer the bottleneck in your dental practice. So I hope you guys enjoy this. It is about twenty minutes long. And it some of the great stuff. From a recent keynote presentation that I recently gave onstage to about five six hundred people. So I hope you guys enjoy. We'll talk to you very soon. Have a great day. What we like to do? This is called the elite practice blueprint. I'll read through with you. I know you can't read it what we like to do is take a ten thousand foot view of things in the very beginning. So right now from Dr Glenn essay, we know that there's a lot of things going on. We know that more than anything else. Cash flow is an issue. So we have to prioritize and figure out what we can do to right the ship as quickly as possible. Obviously, there's many many issues happening in this practice. There's issues of leadership. There's issues of cash flow. There's issues of. What he calls a chaotic practice and lack lack of systems ation. There's lots of issues there's lots of issues, and this is not an eight trait. Nobody is born on the first day that they're on this earth knowing how to do this stuff. And if you've never had any formal training in it. It's okay. Not to know. But you can't have a successful dental practice unless you somehow get educated. That's the bottom line. So this is the elite practice blueprint. This is our ten thousand foot view. And this also gives us an idea of where you are. So we do an audit. We ask you about each of these areas. There's only it's far as I can see five main areas to being able to turn a practice around. If you can get a good handle and master these five areas, you're on your way. Okay. The first one is foundation. You have to have a good solid mission vision and core values Dr Glenn on a scale of one to five how are you doing with defined mission vision core values operational systems -ation and operations manual. We wanna have a foundational principles protocol shoots accountability agreements. Organizational chart the list goes on and on and on for your operations manual that is something that starts on day one and goes throughout the life of our relationship together that never is done. It's a fluid document divall. Cbs with new staff devolves as you grow as a clinician evolves with the complexity of your business, but that is something that you have to have in place. Dr Glenn where would you rank yourself on a scale of one to five as far as system of your office? So far we have two zero lifetime patient experience. Lifetime Haitian experience. What does the patient experience as they travel through the eight touch points in your practice? How are we on the telephone? How are we in the hand offs and transitions? How are we as far as handling post clinical follow up? How are we about recognizing and staying in touch with our patients in between visits? Dr Glenn skill zero or one to five where do you fall for lifetime patient experience? This is the one that we really hang our hat on. This is the one that we really excel in overhead and cash flow control. We have this down to a science. We've partnered up with divergent dental, and we can track so many things we have such a high level of sophistication when it comes to data capture and analysis that we can really steer the ship. Now, very very well with Jake's reporting and overhead tracking and the custom analytics divergent, we really really excel in this area now, so we're talking about KPI analysis profitability analysis. Historical analysis debt analysis benchmarking and growth metrics, Dr Glenn how are you on a scale of one to five in overhead and cash flow control. And then new patient acquisition. Everybody. He wants to talk about wrapping up production. In fact, when I was talking to Dr Glenn he says what I really think we need to get more new patients and ramp up production on thinking about taking an implant course. Dr Glenn right now your ship is sinking at a rapid rate. And you're talking about rearranging the chairs on the deck. We do not want to dump more cargo into this boat right now we need to keep this boat from sinking. Prioritizing, so many dentists won a focus on what they're good at. We are comfortable being physicians of the oral cavity. And providing clinical care and producing more the way to produce more is to get more patients to pay more money in marketing, I have a different strategy. The strategy is fixed the business I keep it from leaking keep the ship from sinking. And then we can talk about in face to go over that in a second ramping up production getting more new patients and the right way to do that Dr Glenn where are you as far as new patient acquisition? Are you tracking? Do you have a good reliable system? For tracking your marketing efforts internal external recall reactivation, that's the ten thousand foot view. That's where we start with every single client. Okay. The AP framework is the framework through which we analyze the practice at a higher level. Eight standing for audit. Identify prioritize plan and execute. So the first a you're going to audit an analyze we kind of did that just together here with Dr Glenn all five these main categories where are you? Dr Glenn just a quick audit from one to five where yet identify your biggest area of opportunity or your biggest challenge for Dr Glenn obviously, his biggest challenges he's about to go out of business because overhead is really really high, and he doesn't have enough money to pay himself specially after debt service, and I'll show you that in a second prioritize. So what are the priorities right now would your first priority in Dr Glenn case? And I'll tell you more in a second would your first priority in Dr Glenn case be to get new patients. I would say no would your first priority. Be any of these other things. Maybe maybe have to have a good foundation. And a good culture. I before. We can implement the new systems in order to fix the leaks in the bucket could be but there needs to be some thought about prioritization. Then once we audit identify prioritize, then we put the plan together. And we help all of our clients with that we have a tangible plan that goes week by week month by month quarter-by-quarter year by year, and then execute that's our secret sauce at our secret sauce is that we have built in accountability we create a community, and we check in on each other. That's what a typical consultancy can't do with a single person calling every couple of weeks. Execute. So I'm not trying to turn this into a commercial. If you guys. Are out there. And you're feeling like an island. Make sure that you meet somebody here today that will become your accountability partner better to have a group of people that'll be an accountability partner. The reason that I've paid so many coaches over the years, and you'll meet one of them today is because they help keep me accountable. They help keep me accountable. The hey help pushing me to the next level to help. Keep me help keep me from being complacent. Accountability is huge. Okay. So overhead and task flow control. That is what we deemed to be the number one priority for Dr Glenn I deal expense ratios. Okay. So we're gonna talk numbers for a bit. If you're not numbers and clients, maybe a little boring. But if you're anything like me, and Jake this is like super sexy stuff. Okay. Phase one thirty percent goes to payroll. Thirty percent goes to expenses. Thirty percent goes the doctor compensation. Ten percent goes to profitability. Okay. The first thirty percent right now you experienced clinicians and multiple practice owners or sophisticated. Practice owners are scratching your head saying why marked you allot thirty percent to payroll payroll should never be anything more than twenty to thirty twenty to twenty five percent of your total revenue that seems to be the standard. Response that I get when I put this first number up thirty thirty thirty ten thirty percent going to payroll. Let me tell you this. And I'm not just playing to the staff in the room to the awesome team members in the room. I honestly believe this. And this is the real metric that we use in all ten of our alternate my personal dental practices. I lot thirty percent to payroll because I wanna have the best staff in the world. Human capital is the number one most valuable asset when it comes to owning dental practice. Even more. So than you, Dr I allow thirty percent because I know through my relationships, and because I know how to run a business that I could pick up that extra five percent that I'm paying the payroll somewhere else in variable inexp- infix expenses. That's where knowing how to run a business comes in really handy. So I will tell you that I would rather have a generic brand of two by twos. And I would rather have generic brand of patient napkins and be able to pay my girls and extra two to three dollars per hour that level of sophistication and knowing how to shave off points and fixed and variable expenses allow you to pay that thirty percent to your team and have the best team in your area. I truly believe them phase one thirty thirty thirty ten that sixty percent overhead because we're going to be taking these two numbers payroll and fixed and variable expenses, adding them together that equal sixty percent overhead doctors compensation does not count in overhead. Okay. According to the way that we define it. Face to after we get your practice stabilized after you have the basic business knowledge to run a sophisticated business. Then we go to face to dropping your overhead from sixty to fifty five percent, we're finding more areas here. Finding more here. Still paying our staff. Thirty percent fixed and variable expenses, we're getting more sophisticated. We're negotiating with our labs with our vendors. We drop that another five percent also and face to were starting to ramp up production or starting to increase our clinical sweet K, but not until we stabilize things phase one half of this room three quarters of this room might already be in face to or even face three which I haven't talked about yet. Those are what we call. Our black belts are black belts have a place to go as well. Because we start talking about multiple practice ownership about increasing capacity in about. Further reducing the overhead to make your practice. Even more. Predictable and more profitable. So you can step away and live off the practice. Even if you don't pick up the hand piece anymore. That's what we're talking about in face to face three. They three twenty five percent goes to payroll. Twenty-five percent goes to expenses. Thirty percent goes to st- two doctors Dr pay twenty five percent goes to profitability. Okay. What just happened Mark? How come now? Twenty five percent is acceptable for the staff. What's happening in phase three as we have a very very tangible and focused approach to ramping up production. How'd you decrease variable expenses by paying attention and the Goshi eating with your vendors? How do you decrease thick fixed expenses payroll being one of them? How? You have to increase revenue. That's right. So after face to during face to an interface three we're focusing really really hard on increasing revenue now because the business is running like a top. We're running very very clean business now. Now, we can dump in as much stuff into the top of that as much revenue until the top of that. And we know we're going to have a fair amount of profitability coming out of that. Okay. So we're talking about. Now, we're not decreasing the payroll that we're paying to each individual person. We're ramping up the revenue, and that's by nature. Decreasing the fixed expenses like payroll like rent that percentage of rent is going to go down. That's a fixed expense other fixed expenses are going to drop as we ramp up that revenue. All right phase one overview that phase one is the thirty thirty thirty ten focus is business awareness system is Asian overhead control. We are tweaking are variable expenses nothing happens to fix expenses here. Just non payroll related expenses. Expenses and overhead targets thirty thirty thirty ten payroll expenses, Dr pay and profit sixty percent overhead face to overview, focus is increased revenue and patient flow. Now, we're working about on new patients and increasing our clinical sweet further emphasis on increasing hygiene production, hygienes, a huge element here. I don't mean it to be an afterthought we're gonna talk more about that team incentives increase data analysis cost per procedure, internal and external marketing the ROI on that expenses and overhead targets twenty five. Thirty thirty fifteen. Up. That's wrong. That should have been thirty thirty. Sorry. Guys, got that from the previous slide. Okay. Face three. Now further focus is further revenue increase an overhead decrease revenue increase overhead decrease. Now, we've already in phase one taking care of the variable expenses. Now, we're going to focus on decreasing the fixed expenses to get the overall overhead to fifty percent or less. Now. Let's keep this in perspective a practice that's doing one point two million dollars. It's one hundred thousand dollars per year revenue practice. Okay. If you have a fifty percent overhead you're compensating your providers, which is a mix of your hygienists, and your doctors thirty percents. Fifty percent overhead thirty percent to providers. What's that leave? That's fifty plus thirty is he minus one hundred is he hasn't paying attention twenty percent overhead. Okay. You have a one point two million dollar practice. You've squeezed down the overhead you have a business that you control. It's sophisticated business. You know, how to run a sophisticated business? Now fifty percent overhead hundred thousand dollars the providers are thirty percents. What's that leave for the owner? If he doesn't pick up a a hand piece. Twenty thousand dollars fifty thousand in overhead thirty thousand two providers. Twenty percent goes back to the house. Yes. If you do that once or twice or thrice or ten times, do you need to pick up a hand peace ever again if you don't want to. No, I'm not telling anybody that they have to stop practicing dentistry. I'm just telling you the dentistry is a lot more fun. When you don't have to do it. Up sodas is being brought to you by the third annual voices of dentistry dental podcasters summit scheduled for January twenty fifth and twenty six two thousand nineteen in beautiful Scottsdale. Arizona come meet mix and mingle with all of your favorite dental podcasters in one place, your hosts are none other than the dental hacks. Doctor Allen Mead and Dr Jason lives go as well. As my buddy, Dr justed moody from the dentists, implants and worms podcast and myself. Dr Mark Costas from the dental podcast. So if you guys have never been to this event, it is so much fun. There will be karaoke. There will be a DJ. There will be cocktails. There will be great food. But more importantly, there's a huge amount of interaction. Imagine an event where you have one hundred percent access to all of the speakers to all the podcasters. You get to be interviewed by your favorite podcast, or you can watch as they interview. Spurts from the profession. It is just a ton of fun. So let me go over just a partial list of our awesome. Speakers lineup. We have Dr Corey, Glenn, Dr Barron Grutter, Dr Steffi's Eller, Dr Bruce Baird Vicky McManus, Dr Paul etchison, Dr sully Sullivan, Dr payment, e c Dr Paul Goodman. Dr Russell Kirk Dr Aaron Elliott, Dr Taran Agarwal t-boned himself. Dr Mike Freeman we have Reese Harper. We have Mr Brian Kalaheo from the dykema law firm. We have Dr Jason Spencer. We have Dr August day. Only. Vera, we have Dr Danny Dominguez. We have sandy Pardieu. We have Rachel wall. We have Dr Josh Austin, Dr Lance Timmerman, we have Gary tack, and we have Dr Dave Maloney. Now, I may have left somebody off. But just think about a guys this is a stacked lineup. There's going to be. So many great presenters. And like I said the best part about this whole thing is the interaction and access to all the speakers. So don't miss this one guys if you want to attend the tickets are going fast, all you have to do is go to voices of dentistry dot com to register guys. Look forward to seeing you is sunny, Scottsdale. 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The NHL reportedly getting involved to make sure the sends coaches get paid properly A whole lot more coming up today here on the Sends Nation podcast my co host is always the coach Gregg Kennedy Greg. How things but. Mary good. Stephen things good with you i. hope everything is just fine. We got you up and running or you had a bit of a delay going and I think we've got it licked now. So looking forward to a fine show, have you been watching much NHL playoffs? Well, I'm watching my islanders. Who appear to be disintegrating but that's okay. Yeah. You know what? I was really annoyed with JJ PIES JOE for coming out and saying on twitter he called them. pesky islanders baby after they got past the second round and I didn't appreciate that as a fan of the pesky sends of the day. But Karma's kicking him. Now they're down two games to love year and it's not looking too good moving forward although I thought they were the better team game to just what was it like twenty seconds left or eight seconds laughter whatever the heck it was. That's Kinda. Sad. Yeah. Now is a full on an allegation there that he would eight to to my goodness y'all we're not discussing game one Tampa Bay looks to me like the team to beat I would think so but then again. Vegas is very, very impressive and the goaltender appears to be Kinda hot too. Oh no doubt about that and Yeah. Joked on twitter over the last week. I'm not sure it brought it up on the show last week or not, but feels weird because it does look like. Tampa Bay and Las Vegas a crash course to the Stanley Cup. final. That's what it looks like to me. They do look like the better teams there's still lots of lots of road left, but that's not exactly our fathers Stanley Cup finalists is Vegas and Tampa? Bay. Ask True and I still I marvel at Vegas I know It's just it's so impressive what they've done. Yes. They were able to do some things with the expansion draft because we're really stupid about offering players. So that they wouldn't take certain players but what impresses me the most though is that fact that they've made trades, it's so nice to see the acquiring patch already acquiring stone acquiring lender like real live trade deadline or preseason deals putting a team together not just sitting there and hoping everything works out with your draft picks. It's maybe it'll become a trend. We get the see some trades come back to this game and some blockbusters again in the future who knows Mention Jj Paschel, and obviously is a very popular member. This team while he was here, what the average sends fan would have said on the day of the deal if they knew, they were only going to be getting not a first rounder that might be in the top fifteen but instead. A glorified second rounder based on what the islanders of done here. They've just basically shredded that third first round pick the sense half while I think now the only thing left to do is is cheer for the to win the Cup if they win the Cup I believe it's A. Third Rounder in twenty twenty, two comes comes back young maybe maybe that's what you gotTa Start Pinning your hopes on. Yup Not sure if it would not sure on the year I'm not sure if it's twenty one or twenty two if you're asking me but yet it's a future wanted it is a third rounder for sure. Yeah. It's twenty two. Okay. So the Joe thing just you know at the time that first rounders what made Oh, my God you get a first. Rounder for that guy is not not necessarily. So yeah, I mean twenty eight or thirty one doesn't really matter at that stage in the draft but look at it this way Steve Most people would have thought you're only getting a second forum a second in something else no twenty some pick between twenty, eight and thirty one it's like you said it's A. Many people would look at it more like a second round pick and that's probably what most people were expecting to get. Warm Anyway. Now for the second week in a row, we are talking a little bit about mark bore? Viet Ski, but there is news on that front. It's all but official now that bore Viet Skis days as Ottawa senator are done and back to the Pasha thing for a moment some of it is about making way for the youth and by the way they are cheaper. Labor at the same time there seems to be thing and more Viet Guide put in this category as well. We're fans wanted. All right. They WANNA keep these in really likeable both local players, meat and potatoes guys I WANNA keep around. But at the same time the screaming about playing all the young guys and you really can't have your cake and eat it too. Good point and and the other thing though is that in the case of Gordievsky. He's really only a sixth or seventh D I. Agree. He's wonderful in the community from all accounts. He's great in the room and leadership. He makes everybody around him tougher and feel a little more pride in a little more courage on the ice but the bottom line is a sixth or seventh defenceman and what's the price for that and what he willing to pay for it. And think about the guys you've already got under contract who play left side d for the Ottawa senators. We've got Christian will lannon who's a healthy defenseman and he shoots left. You've got brannstrom. They gave up a little bit to get that guy also left shot d you know they obviously want him to be ready this year will he be ready? I don't know but they're gonNA give him every chance to be. He's a left shot d you got this Thomas Chabad guy the you're paying a lot of money for a long time now and he is your. Best defenseman obviously, he's a left shoddy and even have a guy like Mike Riley who's left shot D who's under contract still for one more year at one point five, million dollars. So you got bored with his hand out right now who made one point two last year like what in the world? Are you going to give him a raise for when you get all those? They're demanding ice time. Correct and he's going to look for raise because he had a career year I think we're in agreement on Mark Stone let's say five years from now when he's making ungodly money and probably isn't anywhere near as effective that you're gonNA say. Thank God. We don't have him around at that salary I think. You're probably going to be saying the same thing about Eric Carlson maybe as little as two years from now. Thank God. We're not paying him that God awful amount of money and in the case of Orient. Same thing. Do you really want a guy who's a healthy scratch for half the season which is probably what he would be in a year or two, and you're paying him I don't know what's he going to get air? Is he going to get a million and a half? It's going to get at least a million, two, million, three. You don't need that kind of salary dragging you down when you've got other people playing. Can't say enough about the quality of the player and the person, but sometimes, well, all the time actually hockey has to take precedence over everything. Great Guy and I, think you just sort of go tip your cap to that guy. And you hope that he makes his home here full time that he and his wife and their new baby like the hope that they continue to make this their off season home because the communities a hell of a lot better with them in it. You're absolutely right good guy great guy nobody's saying anything negative about him as a person character human being stand up I I will never say anything disparaging in that sense and I hope people understand just strictly from a hockey sense I understand what's going on here. He did make some strides this year. Obviously, you had mentioned that He he had his career year as their top goal scoring defenseman this year like more than Thomas, Chabad. and. So he did have a little more ofensive upside than he's ever had before. He'd go in and he'd be the Kinda guy that you know be pumping the weights trying to put the weight on because he knew his role was hitting and fighting, and it still was to some degree but he leaned out a little bit this year and looked like a little more confident with the POC looked like the guy in the past who wanted to kind of glass out sort of a defenseman and let the other guys handle the Puck I thought he. Did take a step forward and that's a good thing I. Don't know if that's enough for me to say I want to bring him in and give him a big raise on what he made last year. What are you would you? If you're an opposing general manager like how much legitimate interest would you have in Mark Bore Viet Sqi? Well, obviously, it would depend on on what I have in my current roster If you've got a slot for a guy who can give you. What is it maybe maybe? Twelve or thirteen minutes a night in your bottom pair who brings all those other qualities like if you need those kind of things then yeah I I'd be all over that and in that case you would have to pony up to the tune of one point three to one point five or probably at least two years if not three, this is a. Guy. Who's WHO's made himself into a national hockey league player as a as a minor hockey player here in Saudi he got cut from triple a teams right up until his second year of midget only played a year in in falls in junior and made a name from soften and got himself a scholarship to Clarkson I believe it is was not. and was he a sixth round draft choice in a kid who who toiled in the minors and paid his dues and earned a spot in this lineup and he's he's made himself. He's made himself into a national hockey league player and somebody will pick him up this off season for sure. and. It should point out I neglected to do it off the top when we began a conversation about mark more. Viet Ski, and and this new information I should give credit to Haley Salvi and from the athletic who had the story and had a quote from Ahrq Viet Skis agent, and he's the one who basically said that it looks like we are going for. Greener pastures I guess for lack of better paraphrasing a little bit but it looks like unless something drastic changes like I don't know get a phone call. that probably his days auto are through and that's fine. He's he's earned his his free agency is earned this opportunity to go listen to offers ABC doesn't get anything he likes maybe he doesn't want to necessarily up root in move for the same money or a little bit last year maybe a little bit more and just as you know, what if Ottawa's realm to pay me whatever the last offer was Ab, he does resign it's not completely done. The door hasn't been shut yet. I think the decision's just been made. Between. He and his agent and his wife probably that he's going to go out and listen offers there's nothing wrong with that he's earned it. Again, to the Captain Mark, bore. Viet Ski good decade with the sins and. Think. We always. Going right back to Darcy Lohan Brad Marsh in that very first year the expansion senators. Those are the guys that fans glum onto an it's it's hard not to really embrace no matter what team you're talking about. Maybe if you go back to when you're a kid, Greg when you're a big islander fan, I'm sure there was a player that butch goring type or something like that. Good hockey fans who understand the. Game, really appreciate the player who sacrifices his body for the good of the team to help the team win and certainly borough was one of those absolutely and continue to show that respect for him and allow him to explore his options. All right. Let's switch it up here on the sands nation podcasts maybe something a little more positive and boy was there a more positive story this year than the tale of Bobby? Ryan. Actor. All right. That clip courtesy of tsn, Chris. Cuthbert with a great call, there is so good gone back to sports net for next season though But Yeah Bobby Ryan with a Hattrick in his first game back in Ottawa. Since he had to go into the now, they don't call it the Substance Abuse Program? They call it the NHL Player Assistance Program, and so he missed a good chunk of the season out from November until the end of February and has a three goal game in his first game back in Ottawa memories from that Night Greg. I thought it was amazing. You know what? My one memory still remains. was. Josh Norris calling for a pass on the empty net goal I. Still I still think back to that one that was funny. I'd forgotten about that. That's okay. Josh. North is GonNa get lachey chances discover. We both love that Guy So let's play a little bit Bobby Ryan in conversation with the media his twenty twenty masterton victory I told my wife. You know five years ago because of her by I could feel myself and see myself starting to become the man that I wanted to be and I took a detour. But I'm back I'm back in trying to get better every day and every day I wake up and go through this process in therapy and and. Everything is so that I can be better for the to view and hockey will always come second that. And I love all of you and. And thank you and. Last but not least if anybody out there is is. In need of answers are in need of a conversation find a way to reach out not to me, but to somebody that's close to you that can give you that guidance in that conversation and get you started Because every day for me gets a little bit better and a little bit easier to. To live because because I'm doing the right things and I'm having conversations and those are everything. Thank you. So this Bobby Ryan Holding Court with the Media Twenty Twenty masterton trophy winner and the only other guy. That is one the masterton for the Ottawa. Senators is Craig Anderson did it just a couple of years ago and? That was perseverance as his family went through the awful tale of his wife to call having to go through cancer treatments and not only persevered. But help lead the sense to the two thousand seventeen conference final one goal away from being in the Stanley Cup final that year that was a terrific story tests in an awesome return their Edmonton that night that was a great moment. Oh Yeah. Yeah. You can't really see goalies most of the time and you know from a distance but just seemed like for some reason like you could see him breaking down at the end of that hockey game even though the cameras like I don't know. Three hundred feet away. You could still see how read his face was and how emotionally was even through the mask. Yeah that was a a lot of emotion there just as it was for Bobby Ryan getting a hat trick in his first game back in Ottawa and that that was certainly boy that's almost top ten great sends moments of all time and what a nice a nice reward I guess you know that's probably not the right word for it but for everything that he went through this season and probably for a lot longer than we know. The struggles and turmoil and toilet he's gone through to to be awarded this This award to this trophy It's just a wonderful thing I I'm I'm so happy for him. You and. Obviously. We're all happy for him and everybody that was nominated for the Masterton not just talk about the three finalists you go around the League there were a lot of guys that had amazing stories of perseverance dedication to hockey. These are the three finalists I don't know how you narrow it down to three to start and I certainly don't know how you look at the three stories, Oskar Lindblom and Stephen Johns and then Bobby Ryan and say Oh yeah, there's one guy that stands out and there's our winner I would not have wanted to be part of that selection committee which I wonder though if he's he's is battle is recognized here is a personal demons. overcoming a lot of dark personal issues and that kind of says something about the man and to come through says more about you in the struggles that you've been through and maybe that's what they recognizing by awarding to to Ryan and not one of the other two. So what are your expectations now for Bobby Ryan like I'm kind of excited honestly obviously, the bigger picture issue by far is getting his life back on track, but there's also the sense fan in me were going. Well, maybe we're going to get the thirty goal Bobby Ryan score back or at least an improved. Bobby Ryan for the coming season. What do you think? I here's what I think Steve One of the few times in my life when I hear hockey player say I'm in the best shape of my life I believe him I believe he really is in the best shape of his wife. Mentally physically. he is ready to play and I'm I'm I'm each Kata, just chomping at the bit I can't wait to see employees come what December I really think we're going to have a nice affective player who who actually plays in the top six because he belongs there not because his contract dictates it. Now, the masters was awarded on Monday of this week, and there was a big power outage in an area in Idaho, which is where Bobby Ryan has his summers every summer he goes to this really Nice Golf and late club. He's got a place there and it's a fabulous getaway and everything, but they had this massive power outage in the area so. The Guy Speaking of perseverance here by the way, the guy drive over forty minutes to go get Internet access ended up going to a sports pub not in like I say forty forty minutes away so that he could connect with the media and answer all their questions about him winning the Masterton. So some perseverance as far as his travel plans as well. I didn't even know that I just sat there feeling awkward for Poor Paddy, Lafontaine just gonNA stumbled in bumbled his way through a little spiel there before announcing the winner. What. Is The story like? Why was Pat Lafontaine conducting that on behalf of NHL, dot? Com Hugh. Tell me he he. He is a past winner. I must admit I didn't see any of the other I didn't see Cassidy's name being announced. Have they done it with past winners? All. The rest of them as well or was that just the only one? Not. Sure. Whose great see Pat Lafontaine he up to seeing him in that interview the one on one that he did with Bobby. Ryan. Brought back a lot of great memories about what A. Just, he's just everything you want in NHL Player. It's amazing to me that. The Minnesota North Stars go after Brian Lawton with a number one overall selection as we all get our heads in the NHL draft space, they went after Brian. Lawton who obviously crapped out and Pat Lafontaine was right there like they could have gone with that guy and they decide to get lawton. But Lafontaine everything you want an H. L. Player to be a star on the ice and all class off it. He felt a three. Who is to you went third I can't remember now it was an American at one, three and five. In why can't I remember drawn a complete blank but he did he did fall to three and I'll just keep talking well, you look it up. Oh, the islanders locked out there getting third. I WANNA see Baraza was five. Here you a former Ottawa senator. So that turgeon. Silva. Well done that you might have gone back to the Barossa card because you just mentioned him but yeah, no bradshaw went five I think. Was An American. Yeah. It was an American at one three and five and who went four. Stevie is Erman. There you go. Yes. As, much as I love La Fontaine I probably thinks TV wise your guy outscored He played about seven hundred more games than Lafontaine and scored about seven hundred more points than La Fontaine. Though we all know laugh on teens career was shortened by concussions. Yeah and then and if the take is like what number would he born? Nineteen was taken and so was ninety one like what was he going to do? That is true. Rusk ordinal. Involved with the podcast that he's on as well and he went seventh overall that year and he tells an amazing story who's the islanders GM again. Bill Torrey. Bill Torrey. Thank you and one or the other GM's that got into the ear of Lou Nanny who was then the Minnesota GM. And got into the ear that guy and said Oh yeah Brian Lawton's your guy. Brian. LAWTON's this Brian Lawton's that and just apparently talked him into it exactly and so there's you know they're sitting back there. You know with La Fontaine is still on the board and they talked Lonnie indicating Brian Lawton. Okay but who talked we was Hartford then who took tertia? Who taught talked Hartford into doing that? Yeah could probably the same guys I would think. That's neither here nor there Pat Lafontaine was the guy interviewed Bobby Ryan, and that's why we went down that rabbit hole. But that segues into the official announcement about the draft I mean it's it's the date that we will figure it was going to be, but it's now been officially announce right? You have that don't you. Yes Sir it's going to be October sixth for the first round because that's really all sends fans care about who they integrated number three and number five overall, not third and fifth round number three and number five overall, and so that'll be the day it happens, and of course, the rest of the draft will be on October seventh and then whammo two days after the draft ends October ninth. Free Agency is wide open. So not only get free agents free agent frenzy, but you have this own little the sense of their own little frenzy as they have all these guys with their handout wondering if they're going to be back with his team or not or. For example, guys want extensions who are a year out as of October. The ninth we now know the day that's the day that Brady. Chalk the first becomes eligible for an extension and squeezing in there also is the Biot- window don't forget that too. That's like, yeah, like late September up to October the well, it's six days after the Stanley Cup final. Is. The end date of the Bio period? It'll be a lot of guys out there. What's going to happen with the? Oldest, does well hinder Lundquist I've assumed was getting bought out. Just read today that apparently Zach Smith is probably going to get bought out. Speaking of former senators and another one I read today, the talks have already begun with Robin, Lender and the Vegas Golden Knights. There's some other former senator news. Lots of things going on outside of Ottawa that involves Senator Talk. I. Guess Marc Andre Fleury must feel like the most unappreciated goalie ever. Twice now absolutely loses his job to Matt Murray after winning a cup. With the thing wins and then goes to Vegas and he's actively their pseudo number one pick in the expansion draft though they didn't rank them per se that he's went around taking one guy off of every team but that was kind of the big guy. He thrives there and all of a sudden robin letter came at this year's deadline, and now Leonard appears to be their guy. Yeah. But again, it's hockey decisions come first right like. You can make a parallel here to to mark to the borough, right? It's it's a hockey decision and hockey decision is that Robin Lehner is the better goalie the younger goalie who's GonNa, give them more for a longer period of time. And sorry there flower your air on the outside looking in. Suddenly is arrived in these last couple of years as he's got his head screwed on straight obviously he's dealt with so much bipolar and drug and alcohol abuse but Robin Lender has his head screwed on right and he is now I think the goalie, the Ottawa Senators thought they had gotten when he was ripping it up in the American. Hockey League winning the calder trophy, the calder cop with. Was Binghamton at the time and he was the MVP, believe that playoff run the boy did we think that he was going to be the future of the Ottawa senators and then he gets in this big log jam with Craig Anderson and Ben Bishop and it all came apart after that. But again, here's a guy who had some. Off Ice Issues in, took him a little longer and maybe a couple of tough blows to his career to get himself straightened out and good on him for doing that. No question about that Let's take a timeout on the program. When we come back on the Shell Special senator edition of the S W P talk a little bit about Matt Murray Get. Sends. Alumni birthdays and much more after these words. Do. You find shopping around for insurance at time consuming hassle. I'm Josh. From Insurance Ontario sent me a text and let me take it from there. You'll be surprised at how easy can be six, one, three, eight, six, zero, six, zero, zero, all Insurance Ontario, your modern boutique broke. 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Mean that was if I'm stay true to my take from last week when we had the first edition of the NHL Trade Lab. And sound effects all that great I went with I thought they give up maybe give up the I if they wanted to go down this road, I'm not saying they do but if did then maybe the islander first rounder, which we now know is going to be between twenty and thirty first overall and Philip Guston So that's what I threw out there with the caveat of I gotTa feel pretty damn confident. This guy's not going to be one and done that he's not gonNa roll into town and signed a one year contract and then be gone at. Ufa next year. Yeah I would agree it a second rounder and a a mid-level or some sort of depth player I think gets the deal. But you're right. You're not giving up anything unless there's some sort of guarantee that he's going to sign or stay here or wants to even be here. which makes it difficult for Rutherford, who is out there looking to replace both I and his second round picks the each traded away and right now he's sticking to a first round pick and probably going to have a tough time I'M GONNA stick with my original prediction from the what we call it NHL trading lab I'm sticking with my thought that it'll be a second round pick. And a depth player or a favor. Today's your update on Matt Murray. If. You hold me down and say what's going to happen I'm going to say he a matt. Murray not in the plans because let's be honest right now and Eugene Melnyk not alone in this area, we're going into a new season before we know it that that'll fire up in what December training camp mid-november It's not going to be easy for a lot of NHL, teams to continue with the operations and I know that the the whole salary cap thing being frozen at eighty one and a half million for the next couple of years. That's a factor for sure but not nearly as big a factor as no fans being allowed to get into the games and that's changed the financial landscape for literally every one to the point where the NHL reportedly had to get involved the league itself to make sure the sends coaches were paid properly. So after they saw their pay reduced by fifty percent and that by the way, that's nearly twice more than the next highest reduction in the League, the Sends Coaching Staff. Appeal to the NHL for relief this is according to Tsn's Frank Sarah. Valley. With the NHL involvement sends coaches were recently reinstated to full pay retroactive July thirteenth the opening gate of training camp before the League returned to play in Edmonton and Toronto any reaction to that I, understand it from a business sense it doesn't look good. doesn't make you look good in the public eye but from a business sense as a business owner I think if we all just catch our breath and try to think about it logically. You have people on your staff who are not working. We're not doing anything on top of that. You are not making any. Ball. Any large amount of revenue outside of maybe some ads and jerseys and tee shirts you're selling. So it does make sense from a business standpoint but on the other hand. Half the league wasn't doing it. So yeah, at least going to step in and try to make trying to get these guys straight make them whole again, I guess right is certainly not a surprise for those who have observed the way this team has dealt with many of their UFA's This is a frugal hockey club, the most Frugal Hockey Club in all the NHL. I. Don't think there's any question about that and it's just unfortunate that the coaching staff had to appeal to the League to kind of rectify the situation I don't know what the rules stipulated like. Were they getting. What they should or what the minimum was didn't sound like they were if they had to go to the NHL for relief and then the league rectified, it got involved and make sure that they were paid appropriately. So they have full pay retroactive July thirteenth. So something wasn't going the way it should and the League has taken care of it but make no mistake everybody's dealing with it. Six of the seven Canadian teams right now have reduced the pay of their staff members that includes presidents, GM's coaches. So it's it's happening everywhere the leaves. Of course, they have more money than God. So they were the lone Canadian team to not reduce pay for staff in all at least seventeen teams have reduced pay to hockey operations, department staff members, and you know what based on the fact we're going into a new season where. We're going to have covert issues were GonNa have you know either hardly anybody arenas or no one at all and is going to be problematic and that number will most assuredly rise. And it wasn't just Ottawa let's be clear and it's not just small market teams of the Boston Bruins. Coaching staff was asked to Forego playoff bonuses. There are different things out there going on. Different ways story of the same thing going on where cuts are happening with probably every team across the league not just Ottawa not just small market not just Canada it's it's happening across the league. Tampa Bay's owner Jeff Vinik I thought had a pretty good way of looking at it like ton a ton of money and the Tampa Bay lightning of been a model franchise and he said we decided that we would not reduce pay for the staff. You know there was a temptation to do it. But at the end of the day, Vinnie thought to himself you know what what we save. Financially by by cutting pay for their staff, it's a pittance compared to the massive losses their enduring. So his implication was that would be really nickel and diming in the midst of these massive losses wouldn't make that much of a difference. So why would we ruin a good thing and have our staff have to scrimp? Good Point. Also. In here, let's make no bones about it. I'm sure the accountants had a lot more to do with the decision making then the owners in most of these. NHL. Cities the accounting comes in and says, look, here's the situation. Here's one option. Here's another option. Here's a third option good on vinik virtues and the option he chose. But from a financial standpoint I'm shirt makes sense and made sense to all the rest of them who did choose to guts. Yep It just bothersome. It's bothersome to snow that the league had to be you know intervening it shouldn't be that way whatever the situation is These are the terms you know. You shouldn't have to have the league come in and be the White Knight. On this thing he should do the right thing immediately. On its fix now. It's fixed now you're. I appreciate your positively solid. Aren't we've got the sense alumni, birthdays looming I know I know the good listener is losing their mind they cannot wait to get this information is coming. It's coming. But I did want to shout out give a shout out to Brad. We're he's been named the Senior Director of the Sends Community Foundation. This is basically the new version of what's been the senators foundation in the past basically, all the board of directors, all the people that made that go they split with the team and their separate ways and I I shouldn't say that there's a good chunk that are trying to now continue their good works under a new name not involved with the Ottawa senators any longer but. One of the guys that was a big part of the sense foundation. Friend of mine is named again Brad we're and he gets this GIG. So he's kind of going back to his roots I have been in the sense foundation for about ten years and I can tell you that you're not gonna come across a kinder nicer guy So well organized he's been part of so many of these sense foundation events in the past and so you can't picture having a better guy at the top of this thing. So you got Chris Phillips. Who is going to be the face of this thing and Brad? Brad. We're WHO's you're such a quality person. The sends. Community Foundation, as it's no now in really really good hands Greg. While said I, I've never met the man and I trust you and you say good guy, I'm sure he's a good guy. I thought you were going to go off into the Tarlac speech there. Or? The line, you gotta find the find the footage of that and play it when they did one on W. where they kept asking everybody what they thought of herb and everybody said the exact same line word for word. L. I don't remember that once all. Yeah. Herb Tarlac is a fine gentleman and a good father and a hard worker. Somebody was in in the station doing a documentary. It's hilarious. Look it up. I'm absolutely certain that part of the reason I got into radio at least a small part was because of that TV show. Love that show. Good Good I love to to let us get to the sends alumni, birthdays hear the music. Who? We begin today with guy we talked about last week. We neither of US could think of his name initially, it took us some time. But we finally came up with the name and it was. Patrick? The Big Three Oh today. Oh. Wow and where is he? What's he doing a? I think I remember hearing that? No that was jared Cowen. He had something to do some business that had to do with dogs I think and we're cautious on the other hand I think he's still playing but. Not In the NHL. Mike Comrie is the big four oh today. One of the one of the rare to timers guy left the sands arrive with ascend's left the sends came back to the sands is he still with you? Know that went away a long long time ago, and we'll all. We'll all remember the great Maybe, candid camera shots of Mike comrie proposing. To Hillary Dolphin? Well, I don't want. You know what? This is a quality family show. So I'm not gonNA take it any further than that. She was very appreciative though I don't even know what you're talking about I. Just did she ever show up at the rink? yes. Yes she did. Okay, I think's right and he's also, of course, the son of the brick to bill comrie. That is absolutely correct and there was one point where they were both in the press box at the same time. One of the suites it Carrie. Underwood and Hillary Duff. Very. Nice? We had Alicia Cuthbert here and we had Atlantis was dating. I WanNa say Mike Peluso. I wanted to say, Alexander Dake no, no, no, no no. I think it was. Not, even been Peluso it was. was. An L.. Mike Peluso, and he was the subject of one of her songs. Now I know that the guy who plays the guy was a comedian on full house that terrible terrible show Dave Kulab saggy cleared one of those two. Dave Cooley was the one who was well, Atlanta's wrote a bunch of songs about him Oh. Okay. All right but I'm pretty sure I'm sure at some listener will will inform me I'm wrong but I'm going with with Mike Peluso. All right. She sang the anthem at the very first senator game. That's one tie in that we know for sure that the expansion sends first game ever your anthem singer was not someone Lyndon sewage. It was in fact Alanis Morissette Rest Though let's get back to the birthdays Craig Billington Fifty Four. Today I think he was their second SORTA. Starting Goalie Peterson Dorka which was kind of a guy in that first year and by the second year is Craig Billington Don Bo pray after that but Yeah Billington. You mentioned Peluso came over from the devils in a deal with Jersey and played well here. And only played well here yet some decent years the team in front of them look very good. What he what do you want to say about the poor? Guy. Yeah. You're obscure senator of the week I had no idea this guy. was in Nhl Player let alone and Ottawa senator. He played five games for the sands in two thousand one believe he was a defensman he's forty, seven today and his name is. Sean Gone Hill. The birthday listen I can always say I am of that Guy I remember that guy because I've been covering the team since day one Sean Gone Oh I'm sorry I don't even think your family knows who you are. Sean I did never heard of how many games do you play her? Five Okay and when was this? Two thousand one. Never heard of him. I'm sure he was wonderful though. Yeah and lastly Trent McCleary forty eight years of age. I did not think Trent McCleary would be that old at forty eight. I remember him. Didn't he suffered. An eye injury wasn't playing with the happens. Oh No no, he took a he took a hard slapshot right in the neck. Right in the Adam's apple almost died almost died on the ice. Yeah smallish hard-working. Grinder. That is your birthday for today I guess I can't say that we have a ton of big names this week except for Sean Gone Yeah, of course. So I might go get my if the sense come out with their new. Jersey's, and there were new little tea leaves. Your read knows that they are going with the to D- logo. I'm getting a little weird if I. If, they do come out with it. I'm getting a Sean New Jersey. So people get confused. Okay I tweeted about this week. It just said, okay, enough's enough. Just bring the damn thing. Leo. Cares now. I wouldn't mind seeing the with just like completely get the get the dry erase marker or dry erase the dry erase marker eraser and and just wipe off the whiteboard and is come up with something totally new and different because my feeling is the more here boat the uniforms and the more it looks like it's GonNa come to fruition the to logo going back the always I think there's A. Good not majority maybe but at least fifty percent of your sense fan base that's been quiet on this thing not really giving a crap. But actually glad there aren't in two D and going back to that. They're they're you know they're neither here nor there on the current uniform but I guarantee I'm GonNa go ahead and guarantee right now the day they come out with the to D- logo and the uniforms of old that there'd be a massive part of the fan base that for the very first time will chime in and say, what are you guys doing I hated that uniform I hated that logo Good Point you've made that boy before you've said that to me many times that the only when they do something, you hear from the the other side at half time, it's probably split fifty fifty and just the most vocal side is who's ever unhappy right but it's probably fifty fifty a little inside for the good listener here cards on the table I find it hilarious that before the show we had a discussion about what we should do. We should probably ease up on using the phrase we talked about this last week or we've talked about it before and I think that maybe we tripled the number of times we actually use that expression in the show that would follow that conversation. But Hey, all you people out there listening for the I. Don Cherry all you people out there. Listening for the first time, you should go back and listen to get online there. Steve. Will tell you where to go online. And find. Past episodes, and you can listen to a saying these things at other points in our show history. Exactly, right. Well, there you go. We're taking people inside for an off air conversation that we probably don't need to bring on the air, but we want everybody to feel part of this thing and on that front. By the way, we've got a new website firing up. We look forward to launching that we're going to have basically a three pronged approach to things. The first is, of course, having a host site for the PODCASTS. We've already got that right now sends nation PODCAST DOT COM, but it's going to be new and improved in the new website, and you're also going to be able to with a stable of writers were putting together read about the Ottawa Senators as well. So we'll be blogging it up all things, Ottawa senators and third prong. To be, announced fully TB a give you more insight on that incoming episode. Oh. Okay wrap it up. So you can tell me what that is. So you're GONNA be doing little writing for us as well as always. Yes. Yes. I keep saying I'm going to write some more and I I I. Will. I promise this weekend excellent. Okay. More details on that as we move forward that will do it for this week show. Thank you very much for being with us. Again Sends Nation PODCAST DOT COM Greg, and find out more about the show the time being again, upgrading very soon. So again, thank you for being with us and we'll talk again next week. Thanks Greg. Thank you Steven. Goodnight Youtube.

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Rep. Ayanna Pressley On How The Fed Can Fight Racial Inequality

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Rep. Ayanna Pressley On How The Fed Can Fight Racial Inequality

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the odd lots podcast I'm Joe Weisenthal. Tracy alloway. Tracy one of the really sort of. Tragic or frustrating aspects of this current crisis that I think about a lot is how good arguably the economic situation was for the labor market right on the eve of the crisis of Walter Decade lows in unemployment rate wages had just started to pick up basically right before this hit. A lot of things that people wanted to see for a long time started to seem like they were materialize it. Yup. By a lot of measures I guess we were at. Nearly at full employment I'm not. Sure. It's tragic. Maybe Ironic I guess like you wouldn't have wanted to go into crisis with the economy already fragile, right? True that's well put but I do think there was just a lot of frustration at how slow was we had this. Crisis in two, thousand, eight, two, thousand nine, and then it just took years and years and years to get back to something that no economists would have called on. Yeah I think that's right and I think you pointed out before that the danger with sudden increases in mass unemployment is that it does really take a long time to normalize that it takes a long time to train people for new jobs in meanwhile, the economy loses that expertise loses that additional output and it's just a bad situation. Right. I. Think. There is this view that if you know as we embark on this recovery, if it takes similarly long to return to something resembling normal, that'd be unacceptable I think that's why there's probably a lot of rethinking about the role of monetary policy and the role of fiscal policy in accelerating this recession because the length of time of recovery last time was. Pretty pretty unacceptable. Not Good. Yeah. Yeah. It's an to me. It's also the nature of the current crisis. This is basically in some ways a government mandated economic crisis people need to stay home in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus. You don't really have a choice when it comes to shutting down Your Business and so I think people are looking to the government more than they might be otherwise and asking for help with. Another aspect. Another sort of disappointing factor is the prior to their crisis or longtime. There's been this big gap between black and white unemployment rates. You look at the headline on rate. The unemployment rate for whites is below that the unemployment rate for black Americans has been significantly above that that was starting to compress prior to the crisis, and then once again, it looks like the status quo is that you know we just suffered another major setback on that. Yeah. Yeah, I've seen a number of statistics on this not only for racial inequality is showing up in men versus women as well. The female unemployment rate is a lot higher right now than the male unemployment rate. So it feels like the crisis is accelerating a lot of the inequality trends that that we saw in previous years. Right so there are a lot of different issues or the Federal Reserve and other policymakers to think about as they embark on accelerating this recovery I want to bring in our guest very excited to talk to her we're going to be speaking with congresswoman. Presley represents the seventh district in Massachusetts and cheese among other things. Recent Co author of a OP ED CNBC about the need for the Fed to focus specifically and think more about. Black unemployment rate talking about how monetary policy in the past has contributed to inequality along race, and so we think of monetary policy is being the sort of neutral thing or we think of monetary policy is just affecting the economy in general and the need for other policies to dress race specific issues. But perhaps there's more that the Fed could do. So without further do WANNA bring in Congressman Presley. Thank you very much for joining us. Good to be with you thank you for your interest. Absolutely. So to start off in your view, racial inequality in this country has a numerous causes. When it comes to monetary policy in the Federal Reserve Alan, your view has monetary policy contributed to a gap between the success of white in the labor market and the success of blacks and other non white minorities. Sure I let me just acknowledged that we find ourselves in a moment of national reckoning on racial justice in every institution needs to address his role in perpetuating systemic racism in what it can do to be a part of the solution and the Fed should be no exception. In that regard you know perhaps Donald Trump does not want to manage the contributions of John. Lewis and what I would consider our other founding fathers but they've given us a blueprint amiss. You know Dr Martin Luther. King Junior. Spoke about the fact that when a black Americans are unemployed, it's considered a social problem will white Americans are unemployed. It's considered a depression are that's what he said in nineteen sixty eight in addressing the memphis sanitation workers, and of course, some also went on in that same speech to say what does it profit a man to sit at an integrated lunch counter if he cannot even afford to purchase a hamburger While speaking about the Kings, Kereta Scott. King in Nineteen Seventy six let re twenty five thousand protesters to the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank where she declared that outside of Congress. The Federal Reserve has perhaps more power to correct our economic ills than any other agency or institution. And so I recently author this op-ed laying out three steps of the Fed could take to send a racial equity in its response. And they have to respond not only because. It is the federal government's. Role. In a period of unprecedented. Hurt, managing a crisis within crisis, but they have a responsibility only the federal government can meet the scale and scope of this crisis and play a role in ensuring an equitable economic recovery, and so the three things we've laid out is that the Fed must expand and modify the terms of its municipal liquid facility to ensure the big corporations are getting a better deal in our communities, and secondly in this correct Scott King was organized around the Fed must comply with the Humphrey. Hawkins Act, this provision that requires efforts to reduce unemployment disparities by directly targeting the black unemployment rate. which is really a much better indicator of the country's true economic how that will also prevent misguided action like raising interest rates too. Soon, you know the feds have prioritized price stability and low inflation over full. Employment. and. Then finally the Federal Reserve must stand in the way of a federal jobs guarantee. This is a really fascinating topic and you laid out very clearly I guess my first question is, what would you say to critics who will automatically respond with will this isn't the Fed's role and why should the Fed? It's a group of unelected officials. Lots of people described them as economists sitting in an ivory tower. Why should they be the ones to take this on? because. They're the only ones that can the federal government were the only ones that can play this sort of role necessary to meet the scale and scope of this crisis in it's unprecedented hurt and I'm going to bring into the room another civil rights leader because I've been doing a great deal of reading enda looking for fortifying inspiration and direction at this moment and Reverend William Barber say that we find ourselves in the midst of reckoning, which requires a third reconstruction and I, think that that reconstruction does main everything from healthcare to ensuring that every individual is able to work on is working and also housing. Adults policymakers don't make mistakes. They make choices in poverty is a policy choice in the midst of this national reckoning. This is the time for a reconstructing and to be bold, and we'll have to be in order to meet the scale and scope of the hurt managing this crisis crisis Botha a public health crisis in the economic hardship that it's Ron and of course the. Crisis Black unemployment did not begin with this pandemic. It's only been exacerbated represent one of the most diverse vibrant dynamic districts in the country seat previously held by John. F. Kennedy himself a one of the most progressive seats in the country and one of the most sunny will in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts also has the highest unemployment rate in the country at seventeen point four percent. I want to go back to something. You said that I thought was really interesting and you said. Not. Only should the bed target black among directly you? You said, you also thought it was probably the best proxy that we could have for the state of the economy. Why do you think it's the best proxy and also just sort of flesh it out a little bit in terms of how sort of specifically looking at the black unemployment rate could be incorporated into the defense mandate or just the feds thinking in general. Just say the bottom line for me is we can't afford to deny the Federal Reserve's role here as a potential equaliser, but we also have to confront the fact that they've been exacerbated a racial and economic inequality in. So again, this is the tipping point in a moment we confront that pass while we also chart a new path and so rooting out systemic racism and inequity in our economy can't happen without a key piece of that system and it just. It requires a government wide approach and it has to include the Federal Reserve and in just an up on my earlier comments regarding the Humphrey. Hawkins at again. That provision requires if to reduce disparities in unemployment between marginalized groups and so at this moment, it really is about exacting every every lever, every tool available to you and they've not done that. You mentioned this idea of a reconstruction in response to a great reckoning. I'm curious how to policy makers such as yourself balance the need to respond quickly to what is quite a serious economic situation. With the need potentially to to design or use the crisis as a jumping off point to redesign big picture ideas like how the phone works. Like how the federal government should be funding states in municipalities? How do you balance those two things? I think in this moment, it's not a matter of or it's a matter of an. in so I seek to do both because the moment demands that I do both and I think I'm emboldened in that advocacy on in that legislating because. We have a mandate from the people. There is a decisive mandate. From the people of this country to move with the strength of conviction to be bold in our legislative. Responses. To address the inequities disparities in the racial injustices not only persist but were created by policy a public sentiment around issues, federal jobs, guarantee, and Medicare for all in affirming housing as a human ride. HAS ONLY WORLD Do you think that the left or progressives have under appreciated the role of monetary policy or the Federal Reserve in advancing priorities during the Obama administration or long periods where seats on the fomc were left unfilled it wasn't a priority to replace departing members should this be more Should do you think there's a lack of awareness? In terms of what monetary policy can do on the left. Yes and that's exactly why I wrote the bed. You know acknowledging that I do have this platform and I wanted to be ineffective stored of it. Especially, in this moment, it's one of the reasons why I was so excited to serve on the A financial services committee to address these issues specifically. And I think the role of the Federal Reserve for some maybe only really came into view on the left in the role it played in stabilizing the world economy in two thousand and eight more people started to think about it that way but. I'm again I'm a of the opportunity to serve services committee so that I can in lift up the role that it can play and it really should go without saying that all of this you know that I'm looking for them to do must be addition to the Fed acknowledging their abysmal record on diversity. In that can't just fall on the back of the only Black Federal Reserve Bank president in Rafeal Boston to name it into call it out. So I'm also trying to Provide some backup there. I want to talk a little bit about what's going on in DC right at this moment. So I think we have the the second round of potential stimulus relief currently log jammed in the Senate. I should just mention that we're recording this on. Let's see August fifth so things could change. So looking back at the original cares act how was that able to get bipartisan support and what has changed between then, and now why is it so difficult to get a second relief package off the ground? We'll this democratic majority house has been able to move something like a four relief packages on and they were bipartisan and I think a lot of that has to do with a public outcry in sentiment, which is why we need people to continue to be. Vigilant in their advocacy in that regard. It's very frustrating. I you know daily feel that we are. Besieged by a dog whistles. An trope censored of a cruelty and callousness. That proves that. Many people serving are completely removed in disconnected from the the hardship and the hurt that their constituents are experiencing. In terms of what are these are I mean what do you think are sort of absolute must have in this bill Now. Well, I mean thirty million people are still unemployed and as I said, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has the highest unemployment rate in the nation. in. So yet this Senate Gop, they WANNA cut unemployment benefits and they wanna once again excluder immigrant neighbors from the economic stimulus checks and they're forcing K. through twelve schools to reopen is shameful is reckless and it's just cruel in. So I think we have to extend unemployment benefits not cut them We need reoccurring economic stimulus payments for everyone we need to extend the addiction moratoriums need to cancel rent mortgage payments we have on the precipice fiction soon, Nami we're talking about the disproportionate impact on marginalized groups You know we find ourselves what is the? Early in the month of August by August one thirty percent of Americans said, they would not be able to pay their rent for the month and best thirty percent of Americans. Forty six percent of black Americans said, they would not be able to pay their rent. So economic time stops by financial time does not even the worst downturns. People's bills will always still be do, and it's just really pastime at the Senate acts that they move with the urgency that reflects that. Economic time stops, but financial time does not is a really good way of putting it just on that note and going back to to the idea of debt forgiveness. How would that work exactly because a lot of critics of that proposal would immediately point to the fact that. Landlords. As. Much as many people dislike them also require income and if they're not getting payments throng there, renters that has knock on effects to the financial system, it could lead to losses for banks and things like that. How would you? How would you do with that? I mean, the point is people are hurting they need ro- relief now and again, just a two examples to enumerate in terms of the disconnect in the cruelty in cows, and so this administration one of the other issues that continue to push in terms of a robust economic recovery is the cancelling student debt. This department of Education Garnish wages and benefits. Fifty four, thousand borrowers in the midst of a pandemic people are hurting they need real relief now in might also add. That our greatest wealth as a nation as the health of our people. So the reason why these other choices are being made is is to prioritizing in the best interest of the public hell into that has to be the priority right now, and that means that we are paying people to stay home the with that means because we have to stave off the rate of transmission and we have to get this pandemic under control. That's number one. There's no economy without workers consumers. into our greatest wealth is a nation is is the health of its people. Look for a little bit I. Know You just have a few more minutes suppose thinking about long-term economic agenda and suppose that Biden were to win the White House and Democrats were control both houses of Congress as possible thinking about where economic policy should go I'm looking at A. Racial Economic Equity Plan on his website. And the first two things one is something about earth bullet points about public private investments. The next one is opportunities, zones and reforming them, and I'm curious do you think these are smart tools or would your vision or what racial equity equity would look different from this? I just think that it's it needs to be bolder and it's about guaranteeing those most basic human rights. which certainly is not a radical notion but a lack of political will and. Leadership in a deficit of empathy and an urgency has us where we are. And so you know I i. think we do need a federal jobs guarantee I think we need Medicare for all. Housing affirming the right to housing. So housing justice a Mentally Economic Justice Front of federal jobs guarantee when it comes to healthcare justice Medicare for all in addition to all the other things I continue to fight for modernizing the community reinvestment act you know the fact that ninety eight percent of financial institutions continue to pass the Sierra exams but the practice redlining persists. The Fair Housing Act, which they seek to undermine and enroll back those protections canceling student debt which I see as a racial justice issue because black students a barrel more than any other borrower default more and that has everything to do with policies which has obstructed black families ability. To equitably bill generational well, and that is also you know one way to your question two zero cancellation in. People's negative characterizations of that. That's also one way to jump. Start the economy the average borrower saddled with about thirty thousand dollars worth of. Student loan debt. and. So by canceling that, then those are those funds can be used in other ways to jump start into invest in our economy. So those are some of my priorities. So I have one more question just just leading off from that. Why do you think so many people seem to be instinctively opposed to bailouts. An instinct deeply opposed to policy that on the surface would appear to be good for everyone and for the overall economy and how do you overcome that obstacle? Let's sure maybe we've been. We're so used to the way things have been done for so long that. Perhaps, it's a greater expectation and people are just used to corporations being beheld out not the American people in our families and the American worker in our communities But again. This is the moment we need to be. disrupted. And we need to build something new. That is intentional about. Equity and injustice reiterating my earlier point in terms of the mandate from the people I mean the reason why people still continue to protest demonstrate to. To organize yes. The tipping point was about the fact. That we had been in the midst of a pandemic of a siege by these images of unarmed black Americans being brutalized murdered by police. That's not the only reason why people in the streets and and that's the reason that movement is one that has multi generational in multiracial. There's unrest in the streets because he's unrest in the lives. Of Americans that has everything to do with the role. The policy is play in creating these inequities on these disparities and in particular these racial injustices. And so this is the reckoning and that's why the movement is not weighing. It is a sustained one in speaking earlier about Credit Scott King and Dr King and You know they gave us the blueprint it is to more Organiz. It is to mobilize it is to legislate. That's with all that marching was about. So you can't say black lives matter affirm that in this moment of culture shift. But then not see that reflected in our laws in in our budgets. Those are the only receipts that matter in this moment. So if black lives matter we need to lead. And we need to legislate like it and we need to act like it and that includes fad. Congresswoman I did one last question you mentioned the Fed because I want to bring it back there looking again at Biden's platform. You mentioned also having the Fed focused more on racial economic gaps. Do you feel that Powell gets this? There's GonNa be a lot of questions at some point in the theoretical Biden Administration about whether he should be reappointed in your communications conversations do feel that Powell understand this and would it make sense to reappoint them? As recent I've I've been disappointed. I am I'm not sure that he understands. The gravity a the impact of the lack of action by the Fed. And fully appreciates the power that they have in the role that they can play in addressing these racial injustices in particular black unemployment and the racial. Wealth. Gap. Congressman Presley. Thank you so much for your time. Incredibly important topic and I appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you so much. Tracy I feel like. So many of these conversations keeps coming back to the question of can we really go back to the status quo up? Yeah I think that's right and I think the way the congresswoman couldn't the idea of a reckoning that will now lead to reconstruction. That's a good way of thinking about it. It seems pretty clear that policymakers have a mandate to do something differently. Now I guess I guess the question is, how do they do it under time pressure and how do they actually construct and maintain that moment? Absolutely I also really important and really interesting her continued citation of the humphrey-hawkins act because you have this idea that it's like, okay. Targeted full employment or target maximum employment and price stability without really realizing event and then full employment gets redefined. Of this, what a model says employment should be before inflation takes off and as we saw during the post crisis era whether it was the Fed starting high grades I think in not twenty. Fifteen. You know they really have no idea and that's not even an insult per se to the fan. It's like these are really hard things and so the idea of taking full employment were seriously and not hiking rates just because some model says, you know pretty soon, flation might pick up to two point one percent typically done. I think is going to be one of the big changes we already see that with. Some of the commentary out of the Fed about not trying preemptively fight inflation this time. But if you looking back at that experience looking back at the cyclical aspect of the black white on women gap, perhaps this time around actually taking. Women and or getting the unemployment rate down to his lowest possible. It seems like it might be taken more seriously this time. Yeah I think what one thing that we didn't really discuss though is the role of the Fed on asset prices, and if you sing that, you know low interest rates are going to boost asset prices in general. But if you if you agree to that than the vast majority of financial assets are held by rich people who are generally well off lots of white people and I guess there's a question around financial inclusion there as well like how do you get more people to participate in a financial analyst economy? Yeah. No I think that's I thought you had a really good question about this sort of public cynicism around bailouts and these are all slightly different things in the word bailout gets used. You know some people think in stimulus and bailout and cutting rates Etcetera CETERA. But there is just a lot of cynicism towards the potential for policy to make things better for the public. And I feel like you know you every time the Fed does something people point to. That like well, not everyone has essence in the stock market not everyone benefit from a booming housing market particularly in cities or particularly in places where a lot of people are renting and not not a participating in that upside, and so I do think that now obviously. Monetary policy interest rate policy has a role to play but congresswoman congresswoman pointed out it's really a sort of it's a crisis. and. It's an issue that needs to be addressed at all different levels of government Tour to me almost gets to these big philosophical questions lake whether people care more about absolute gains versus relative gains because you can argue that everyone will benefit in some way from whatever policy but I guess in reality if people see. Their neighbor, for instance, benefit more on a relative basis i. Guess, people still get angry that feels like. The essence of the problem to me whether or not you believe relative gains are more important or absolute gains, but again did questions. Big Questions and intentionally of moment of a big change but. Yeah. It'll be really interesting to have similar conversations hopefully, not exactly the same but. More, conversations on this topic next year and see how much. Has actually she she can out in terms of change. Absolutely. have. All right. Well, this has been another episode of the thoughts podcast I'm Tracy Alloway, you can follow me on twitter at Tracy alloway. Joe Weisenthal. You can follow me on twitter at the stalwart in follow our guest on twitter congresswoman? Presley. Handle is at Iona Presley all our producer on twitter Laura Carlson at Laura, Carlson all of the Bloomberg head of podcasts, Francesca Levy at Francesca today and checkout Oliver podcast under the handle at podcast. The listening.

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Ep. 431 - LOLing At The LGBTQ Town Hall

The Michael Knowles Show

48:25 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 431 - LOLing At The LGBTQ Town Hall

"Democrats endorse bankrupting churches child abuse and abortion rights for men at the CNN lgbt L. P. Townhall we examined why doc rats are willing to risk and percent of their electability pandering to four point five percent of the population then president trump gets blunt unimpeachable at a rally in Louisiana the equality townhall they didn't use the accurate description which is it was a town hall about these different sexual identities and sexual preferences they have to say equality in the OOPS and pander to each of these groups so I thought okay the left does this on the basis of race of the basis of sex and now on the basis of sexual all that and more I'm Michael Knowles and this is the Michael Null show LGBTQ on and on and on people who constitute at most four and a half percent of the population that's the current end of the population over half of the population is women they also only get eight point three percent of the calendar year they get women's history month which is in March at eight point three percent of the calendar year this is because there's February's black history month women constitute fifty point eight percent declared so by Barack Obama with national coming out day and all these different sexual days how does that work how did the left decide that they were going to pander so many days to cover Columbus Day national coming out day. LGBTQ townhall day on CNN the they actually called it a place you can have an original painting made at a price you can afford from paint your life dot Com. This is a true painting done by hand by World Awesome tells you a lot but I I did a little math I did a little math because the left is always trying to bring out identity politics in different victim gender identity and sexual preference so I did some math black people who constitute twelve percent of the population only it is astounding you're you will get a piece of art that you will cherish forever makes a really special gift for someone you love or for yourself I cannot oh it is one of my favorite days not national coming out day although we'll cover that too it is Columbus Day oh we will celebrate right the great man as the left tries to erase him from history but I don't let history get a race don't let your wonderful memories get erased give or received truly meaningful gift at Paint Your Life Dot Com what is segue if you have some picture of yourself some picture of your friend your loved one your dog favorite last artist created from a favorite photo this makes the absolute perfect gift for birthdays anniversaries you choose the artist whose work you most admire speak highly enough of these guys it is an unbelievable service right now is a limited time offer you get thirty percent off your painting do it right now this is a great gift do it for website and you work with them throughout the process until every detail is perfect and there's no risk at all if you don't love the final painting your money is refunded was totally skeptical of the two black people for less of the calendar year than they constituted the population that they were going to pander to women way less of the calendar year than they are people use euphemisms when they are trying to conceal the truth this is what political correctness is this is what's so much of the trump era in hall I cannot believe that I watched this whole thing I had very prominent people in the news media and in conservative politics messaging me thanking get sixteen point seven percent of the calendar because they get pride month which is in June and they got October which has LGBTQ history month documents and so you subvert the debate before it's even begun the debate over gay marriage to use them more relevant example the debate over gay marriage what it really it was really stunned and blown away so the luckily because they work with you throughout the process you get to see different proofs and you get to see how it's going so I already thought it was pretty cool then I see it in person sometimes it's not about politeness sometimes the deception is much more nefarious so you'll say undocumented Americans instead of illegal alien why do you say undocumented population or then they would deserve by population and that they are going to pander to this relatively small and also very very diverse sexual identity group for yourself and do it for a loved one thirty percent off and free shipping to get this special offer text Knowles Candor W. L. E. S. Two forty eight forty eight forty eight that's cannon me for watching the four and a half hour LGBTQ townhall on CNN so that they didn't have to just occurred to me that the number of hours of the townhall corresponds to I guess they're certainly going to stay here we're not going to deport Americans or are they Americans they don't they're not citizens they don't yeah well they're not citizens awesome so that they win the debate before the debates already begun because if you have a debate over what should we do about illegal aliens then it's pretty clear while they're breaking the the quality of this painting that now I'm using them so many more times especially as Christmas comes around it's unbelievable and you get to pick out the artists and it's just W. Les two four eight four eight four eight K. N. O. W. Les to forty eight forty eight forty eight message and data rates may apply all right a lot of Americans have a loving bond between multiple people at the same time it when you look at surveys of poly-amorous you've got four to five percent of people identified would be sexual difference men and women sexual difference is essential to marriage it always has been sex specifically sex open to the possibility of life is what is marriage what is marriage define marriage for me describe marriage well the left would say it's a loving bond between a hugely disproportionate amount of time well not only it was a hugely disproportionate amount of time in the calendar was hugely disproportionate amount of time on the CNN eight percent of the population that identifies lgbt so they called it the equality townhall that is a euphemism what does he I mean I'm not using that accurate and clinical term but you use this euphemism undocumented American what should we do about undocumented Americans well they're Americans after all quality townhall blew up for us is this idea this ally that the whole premise of this movement to redefine marriage to redefine when you don't call her an old woman you call her a woman of a certain age and that's a sort of polite euphemism so that you don't sound like you're insulting somebody the human rights campaign who's GonNa post human rights obviously nobody so that's what you see here the equality town hall what the US and so I obviously used it to get a pig a painting done for my stepbrother's wedding I didn't want to try it on my cell I tried it on him I was so blown away people I have a loving bond with members of my family my married to my family no I have a loving bond with my best friend or he and I married no UH obviously we want everybody to have rights they won the debate before it began because they didn't have the debate they just started with their own conclusions the premise even the the that marriage is a monogamous bond between two people of any sex why monogamous because they just arbitrarily set so why is that the definition redefining marriage in a way that has not been true for ever anywhere in the world that probably is pretty low in the list of human rights but by naming their organization aw there aliens which means they're foreign nationals so I guess we should probably take them out of our country and bring them back to the countries that their citizens up but if you start your debate has been about revealing and is what we talk about on this show a lot you use euphemisms to conceal the truth now sometimes you do it out of politeness so when you see an old one that pushed gay marriage or the the redefinition marriage it's called the human rights campaign when I think of human rights I think of political liberty think of freedom from tyranny I think of of because they began with that premise and then the debate became over marriage equality who has the right to get married well if it's just about rights and equality obviously we want everybody to be equal because they don't have any documents it's not because they're actually not citizens of the they just don't have documents they're undocumented that's a problem we gotta get him documents they're undocumented Americans to fix that is to get the it could be any town hall you could be talking about mathematics you could be talking about political rights you could be talking I guess about sexual identity but that wouldn't be at the top of the list the euphemism is the key by the definition of marriage that has existed everywhere for all of human history instead of the new definition of marriage which includes same sex unions her answer is if you don't want to same sex marriage don't get security in your own body and your own property and they're so even if you go in a more liberal definition of human rights water food well it's even if you don't think so it's a loving bond between two people okay I I have a loving bond between three people and actually in romantic love these days hi who said that and I'm going to save them just marry one woman bad but gay people are good something I don't know it's just so the whole town hall was just absolutely shocking pandering Warren started out embracing this view in the debate when she was asked about same sex marriage she was asked in the debate what do you say to people who still abide poly-amorous a why why is marriage loving bond only between two people and okay so then they'll go on and they'll try to whittle it down and explain finally the traditionally but you see there Liz Warren being probably the most cautious candidate of any of them right now is still playing in that realm of look live and let live Arkansas you don't say it to be polite to somebody because usually you're not using it in a personal context using it in a public debate and you use that euphemism or the left wants you to use that you inst- any institution any organization in America that denies the full human rights and the full civil rights of every single one of us and so as president we're going to make that is essential to marriage and then you can have that debate that would be with that debate looks like but that's not what the left did with the left did is they began with the premise those guys are idiots and they're unattractive and they're terrible and they could never find a spouse and they're probably men and men are bad and women are good and straight people senator I'm old fashioned and my faith teaches me that marriage is between one man and one woman what is your response well I'm gonNA assume it's marriage yes there can be no reward no benefit no tax break for anyone we find out that it's a lot more like that McCartney because a lot more like live and let die Baidoa work brings us up comes right out with it when he threatens to bankrupt churches schools tax exempt organizations would face consequences to not just churches and religious schools but even non tax exempt organizations that don't totally celebrate redefining marriage when you can find one yeah you tell them Liz yeah those idiots who believe the thing that every human has always believed everywhere it must hate him for which is the conservative and social conservative argument is always we can't do this thing because if we do this thing pretty soon we'll do that's the argument it's the exact same argument and what I suspect is the vast majority of people even those who support the redefinition of marriage would say now it's fine x is the whole premise was it's a personal matter it doesn't affect you what's it to you how dare you it's not affecting your life and it's none of your business but it should not be used to discriminate do you think religious institutions like colleges churches charities should they lose their tax exempt status if they oppose same sex and other institutions that don't buy into Lgbtq ideology this is from your Lgbtq plan in your rights as a quote freedom of religion is a fundamental right so are we denying people their human rights in this country by not allowing polygamous marriage begins in his definition by defining this very new very narrow conception of marriage is human rights but he doesn't Blaine why polygamy is illegal in the United States some people are poly-amorous the same number of people or poly-amorous as the number of people who identifies LGBTQ priority and we are going to stop those who are infringing upon the Human Rights of our fellow Americans Hell yes we're GonNa take away your churches Beta or you're going to take away our air because then pretty soon we'll be doing that thing and he says yes we're going to do that thing and I'm GonNa take away your churches and your guns too so he that's what he does he or any other aspect of LGBTQ ideology would would face consequences then you get into the craziest pandering ball which is in fact some ways less radicalism because at least in polygamy you can still have sexual difference Y. is one a necessary important human right where if you oppose it one but then listen to the little bar that comes in at the end of it let's say you're on the campaign trail and your have reached supporter approaches you fifteen hell yes beta or you take away our churches if the churches don't want to redefine marriage tell yes we're gonNA take it away Beta work does this thing that the the first two guys go up on the stage actually just started flirting with men in the audience because there's such slimy politicians that I've got up and he walked to me said Oh you're told me they gave me a kiss you I swear to God okay fortunately we didn't hear a story about were a beautiful man all right many people have no idea the president ball again I'm here for all right yes Anderson Cooper while he describes how Barack Obama kissed him on Monday and all the national fresh same Biden's going to really get nailed walks into sees the president remorse on right wing Conservatives on June Twelfth Two Thousand Sixteen I was president as a man with an assault weapon murdered that thing it's the slippery slope argument and with the left is always there's no way what just because we do this thing doesn't mean we're going to do that thing just because we redefined marriage doesn't mean we're going to redefine so first of all very clearly to exclude polygamy from the definition of marriage you're talking about the same exact percentage of people you're talking about the same sort of radicalism in redefining marriage and Well I met the gay townhall I guess I should probably flirt with the men yeah that will win over all the gay votes so booker comes up there and he starts talking about a beautiful man there there is in the audience doc Obama Nailing Joe Biden him but we did hear about Barack Obama Kissing Joe Biden Biden almost kisses Anderson Cooper this was after he flirted with an audience member said that the guy looked thirty nine mostly LGBTQ people of color at pulse nightclub I was very lucky to make it out unfortunately my friends were not not only as booker bad flirting he's obviously very awkward it he also doesn't know when to ended joke so you like just a little advice for Cory Booker when you tell a joke and you get a laugh you're a bigot and the other one is just totally crazy try to answer that question if you can't answer that question maybe there's been a flaw in your logic earlier on booker went even further he said non and what it means to be a man and a woman then of course they do it anyway but they at least pretend they're not going to Baidoa is different you tell if we do this thing we can't do it shooter pledged allegiance to Isis so that's why it's so urgent it's a national emergency we need to condemn white supremacists nearly came out of the closet on the debate the pandering then reached a tipping point when Cory Booker decided to blame a very infamous Islamic terrorist attack that night we were reminded that Lgbtq People's specifically those of color are often too often the targets of hate violence like he was walking out of and he said during the debate is when I came out and then he waited a moment and then people applaud and rightwingers because an Islamist shot up a gay nightclub his point obviously what a stupid response but his point since nine eleven dot all of these terrorist attacks seems like you they're sort of cheating a little bit there when you say since the largest he's trying to make is that white supremacist terror is a for greater problem in America then Islamic terror national emergency the majority of the terrorist attacks in this country since nine eleven have been right wing extremist groups the majority of them have been white supremacists and hate groups I attack in American history which was carried out by a whole group of Islamic terrorists and directed by Osama bin Laden taking that aside other than Pearl Harbor with the rise of violence against Trans Women of color how will you ensure that law enforcement is equipped to treat marginalized victims of crime with dignity and respect yeah that's the point we're talking about an Islamic terrorist attack at pulse nightclub in Orlando where during the shooting the Islamist for the sake of thought experiment let's use their own numbers let's use their own premises so we're gonNA take nine eleven off the table even use it twice as many attacks and plots by white supremacists as by Islamists but there are way way way more white people in a hugely shockingly disproportionate number of Islamist plots so if you're trying to identify a problem with hugely disproportionate numbers Yvonne some people they tell you they get a laugh and they wanna just ring it dry trying to make a meal out of a cupcake come on senator then Joe Biden decides at one point he's nearly going to see America than Muslims so sixty point seven percent of America is white one point one percent of America is Muslim white people outnumber Muslims over what the Japanese ever done to us. Okay I mean that's kind of a big one you're kind of leaving out the big one let's say though let's just single argument every single question to attack conservatives right wingers or I mean they've you white and conservative to be synonymous in America by a ratio of fifty five to one so if white supremacist plots outnumber Islamist plots by Bayerische of two to one that still shows was he in booker or both bald as one of the most handsome haircuts were you about to say the same thing in a truly damaging life enduring sort of way you're committing child abuse that's another thing begins I think okay we're getting child abuse that is some horrific stuff if you tell you a little boy that he's really a little girl because he picked up a Barbie one time and you confuse him sexually tax American outnumber Islamist attacks and foiled attacks by a ratio of two one because that's a lot bill I thought this would be the most depraved aspect of the night my expectations were too low because he got so much worse a woman then brought her the mother is foisting Gender Ideology on her child a child who's in the single digit age range that mother is that is not the case but that's how they view it so to attack everybody at the top of the Intersectional Pyramid White Straight people who are the same sex that they think that but I don't want to participate in the abuse of this child so I'm not gonNA play it the little girl comes onstage and she's dressed in a suit and she says I'm a nine year old transgender Americans they are male rather than female a ridiculous point but a good opportunity booker gives us a good opportunity to debunk of major talking point of the left then we AFC cries literally grise over global warming and the left tries to erase Christopher Columbus five hundred twenty seven years after the great man discovers America what this means to me is the arguments against trump are pretty weak I get the of a nine year old transgender child so from the very beginning there's just a woman asking this question but from the very beginning the CNN townhall is normalizing child abuse my name is Joseph or Jacob or something like that roaring applause from the audience I'm sure the moderators and the people backstage were doing it to the CNN onstage and presented her daughter as a nine year old transgender America. I don't even want I'm not gonNA play the clip I had the I pulled the clip and I could play the consequences that's during the during a major presidential town hall on CNN the big leftist cable network this clint we hear this claim a lot by the left it is not backed up by the facts at all so to make this point with the left always does they begin with that would be the problem to identify but booker and the left they have no interest in identifying the problem they've certainly no interest in solving the problem all they have to do is twist every their own numbers the numbers don't tell the story that the left thing they do is a two thousand seventeen study by the investigation fund which found that white supremacists there is no what because trump mean tweets because he did something in Syria that you don't like for a war that we don't even know what we're doing there had to really the most disturbing issue of the whole town hall which is the first question of townhall begins with Cory Booker woman comes up and says I'm the mother producers and everyone else who exploited this child or monsters and this sort of child abuse should be criminal and the perpetrators should face the stiffest possible Pratt media leftist apparatus abusing a child on national television you've got the major presidential candidates saying they're going to defend and churches bankrupt churches if not outlaw them altogether you've got presidential candidates saying even if you're not tax exempt you're going to face consequences if you don't radically redesign really through the looking glass now this woman might have introduced herself as a sufferer of Munchausen by proxy as someone who who seeks attention by pretending to care the people that she cares about arguments against trump we're going to get into one of the arguments against trump and a second I understand them all look I worked for a competitor of his in the two thousand sixteen primary did TB because he lowered taxes and picked a judge that you don't like I what is the argument you've got people on stage with a Democrat Dell's protect Bruce Okay it's not like I was immediately from the very beginning this big trump guy in the face of this Lgbtq town hall there is no argument trump did what he had a phone call with Ukraine give me a break people you didn't even get to the most ridiculous part of the whole debate the most ridiculous fine marriage all of these people on stage and you're going to pick one of them or you're going to not vote at all and let one of them win because admit I know it seems like a disproportionate reaction to a minor slight president trump he went and the rally was pretty good he got his base all fired up it was very entertaining as always he did something that irritates me so much and pumping kids who survive abortion full of hormones and puberty blockers I don't see very much argument for voting against trump anymore were you will drown daily wire dot com we'll be right back with a lot more during the insane townhall on CNN president trump was holding a rally Louisiana one who needs an abortion however they identify tag equality townhall that women is Natalie Montelongo in the face of this we abortion not just for women but for Trans Women he said this because he didn't know what Trans Women Means Trans Women means men who see the moral error of opposition of conservative opposition to trump trump has many faults the alternative is shutting down churches killing babies but politics is about context politics is about gradations and priorities in the face of and unconstitutional both impeachment air it is I hate it I hate it when president that's sort of insane radicalism on the left I don't see a whole lot of argument for abstaining the stakes are just too high we will get doesn't mean I don't want to criticize trump criticize trump right now and there's a particular reason that I need to criticize trump because he really irritated me at the Louisiana Town Hall Oh he 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 Can the NHS cope with coronavirus?

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Can the NHS cope with coronavirus?

"Today will the health service coat with a growing number of corona virus cases and how Muslims in Christ church a healing a year after attacks on mosques in the city Dennis. Yes was in fairly per ship and during the winter that were just coming out of not too few beds too few staff the officials his six shows that they are how serves. England is short of about one hundred thousand staff so if you are too few staff and too few beds and something big hits something bigger even than winter. You're going to have trouble. I'VE GOT TO BE CLEAR. We're GONNA be. This is the worst public health crisis for generation as many as ten thousand people in the UK a probably already infected with the corona virus. And this is just the beginning of the outbreak. I must level with the British public. More families are many more families ought to lose loved ones before that time. This is a crisis that is now predicted to peak in mid June. It will be a test of the country but most of all of the National Health Service from the Guardian. I'm Rachel Humphry. Today in focus can be. Nhs cope with corona then. It's the first cases of corona virus. A paid in the UK at the end of January since then how many people have contacted the at hss about it. More than a million people have no wrong. Nhs One on one. The telephone of I service about this new on very scary illness. Dennis Campbell is the Guardians Health policy editor. And what advice is the NHL? Giving people at the Norman then adjusts is taking a quick history from people that particular incident in people's travel. Have you been to Italy? Iran China places. What symptoms do you have to you have sort of I- temperature? Fever muscle aches dry cough. The signs of this illness. If they then decide that you are potentially have this the general response is to say stay where you are stay isolated. We will either send ambulance for you. Take you to be tested or get yourself to be tested in a private vaco. Crucially away from people to hospital to a pod. These little kind of slightly mic shift shocked like things often in the imminent spare carparks of hospitals. Where any doctors and nurses wearing the Hazmat suits that? Were also familiar with. Come along and take a sample from your nose on the back of your throat. How many tests have been carried out in England say foul almost thirty thousand? People have not been tested over the last six weeks. Oh sense this became a major threat then a chess cannot do about ten thousand test today across the UK as through a combination of the laboratories that public health England couldn't bodies in Scotland Wales Northern Ireland. Do but also crucially as of our jazz hospitals sticking to the bigger and yes hassles with bigger labs have basically been pressed into services week to greatly enhance the capacity overall. And how long does it take to get the results? Normally patients and the doctors looking off the momentum to get the result of that within a day or two but I think they're the rapid increase in the number of people being tested in recent weeks means that they now are not getting results back sometimes for four or five days yen is having his test today five days after contacting the NHS and has been told he might have to wait two days for the result. The concern is if I do set up a stage. Then there's every chance filled life contacts for the spread it around so it's you know we need to increase the speed of this if we really wanted to. Lang contain as you mentioned a lot of people are coming into contact with the NHL via the one one one service we have heard people are getting mixed messages about what they should do. So when people ring Anastase wound one thirty percent or so of the staff are nurses which is very reassuring about seventy percent of people answering calls have been trained to do this but a relying on algorithms and no clinical background to guide them that surely must be part of the reason why in some cases people are being given different advice by different chess. One one call handlers. Gp's also told me hired in a few cases and a chess one one have sent people with symptoms which could be signs of Cordova's to GP surgery. Which of course is completely contrary to the advice which is stay away from any stay away from. Gp surgery stay away from the world at large until we know what you've got if anything if somebody that ends up going to hospital will they need to be isolated when they're there and can all hospitals accommodate? The policy was the first confirmed cases. Was that they were all taken to one of a specialist infectious disease. Isolation units in any of the five hospitals in England to in London Liverpool Sheffield on Newcastle. No actually quite a lot of the more newly confirmed case actually those who have mild symptoms. They're just being told isolated at home. And you'll be fine because those people do not need to be taken up precious healthcare resorts in the form of beds and staff time. Once someone is in hospital with Kereta virus. What treatment they get. So Corona virus is a millis that attacks people's lungs means need to have the breathing support or there's a risk off their heart-stopping on the dying so the key thing is to get people intensive breathing support where a ventilator will be used people will be an Isa ties incubated with a tube and they will be put on a ventilator and help to breathe. There is great concern. That a chest doesn't have enough of them and be that therefore the NHTSA ability to scale up quickly which it will have to the next two three weeks maybe phone wanting very sorry to have the the news of a second death here in the UK of somebody with Colonel Ours. Then what was a case of a man who died from current virus in Milton? Kimes who'd derived hospital and haven't been put into isolation what happened in that case. The second person to die in this country of Crovitz was a gentleman in his eighties. And we understand. He had pneumonia. He had recently come back from a cruise in the Caribbean. He wasn't immediately isolated. He was put on General War with other very sick people with different conditions. Certainly one relative. We spoke to said that really. They felt he should be nicely right away. The hospital and is Defense said hot. Could we have known? This person had KUNA virus. He had the signs of of pneumonia. We knew anyway because he'd underlying conditions we dealt with it appropriately for what it's worth. I think they don't really as well is now on. Its highest emergency alert level four. What does that really mean? It gives an a chess England bosses nationally much more power and over this fairly atom system of lots of different health. Trust that we have are on the country so for example in the letter they sent to hospital saying by the way this level four threat they also said for example from now on you must test everyone going into an ICU. To See if they've got Cova nineteen because we're really worried based on what's happened in Europe that some patients are coming into hospital for something else with cove nineteen undiagnosed on spreading it to patients already in a life situation so that gives them the ability to order them to do this as the NHS ever been on this high threat level before last time we had this was when they were always very worried that a noodle brexit might happen with all of the potential disruption to medical supplies and workforce no things this clearly Copa Nineteen hundred potentially even more injurious and how NHS staff themselves prepared. They being given specialists equipment protective clothing. They're definitely being issues amongst GP's about the lack of availability of P P personal protective equipment. The House Matt suits etc that we see on every television news bulletin are one hostile chief. Exact said to me if there is a major outbreak. It'll be a nightmare. The chairman of a hostile process spoke to the other day. Said well you know. There aren't enough beds. There aren't enough staff. We expect it really by an April. May I said to him well? High by to get he just said look at what's happening in Italy and let's talk about it lay. How is their health services coping with the huge number of cases? They've got there. The Italian health system's coping poorly so far they've been hit suddenly with a very large number of people all Sushi on well covered head to toe in protective gear. Doctors Work Round the clock and compare the situation to a war zone on. We've seen agonizingly doctors. They're talking openly. About how the punt to make decisions in effect. Russian care what happened. Lama is just like a bomb. That exploded you know this. This is will over Welfare System. No matter how efficient good morning needs that is a spectrum that is increasingly worrying doctors and adjusts bosses in the UK because they fear that in the next two to three weeks we could. Well be an an an at least out situation. He's not walk. Our nature staff here could expect. This is the worst case scenario but also it's a realistic scenario that we will be saying this country within days or weeks if krona virus becomes is life threatening. Us people in this country fair than I see beds will become the most precious on import resource at the US House but also most pressurized are NHS intensive care units prepared for this. There is some capacity surge capacity words increase in the supply in simple terms of these sorts of beds. Hustles generally canoe that extent. They can turn over resuscitation rooms in any units turn them into an intensive care bed effect on also you can use operating theaters on the pre rooms. People go into top your anesthetic frequently operation. So there's definitely has some capacity. This one intensive care doctor spoke to the point is usually about forty percent of people in an ICU. Are there because they have major breathing problems. Such as ammonia or bronchitis but the other sixty percent are there people who've got heart failure liver failure? They need those beds of the care of those staff as well so what happens to all of them if every ICU bed is potentially refilled up are certainly on demand from people whose breathing is life threateningly endangered by covert maintain a lot of difficult decisions. Lie ahead what kind of operations may have to be posed. If this virus gets much worse they energy something than does hundreds of thousands of planned. What are called elective operations? Every month things like hip and knee replacements or a hernia repair or removal of a contract. From someone's eye on there are four and a half million people waiting on the waiting list in England for care of that sort at the moment. They will all go. Because they're they're non urgent. It could become difficult if operations for more serious conditions. People perhaps with cancer or who have a heart or liver or kidney that are in bad way and they need surgery if you on the stage where some of their surgeries. Their operations have to be delayed. Busy hustles would have to prioritize. Do treat the sixty year old open up the world to treat an idiot has never smoked but not a six year old. Who's almost what the decisions will be very testing for doctors and obviously for patients and their families who amongst us would want her making those decisions and are any hospitals counseling operations already. There are some early signs that if you hustles are preparing to cancel elective surgery. That's one of the things they not just could do. But we'll have to do to cope with what's coming down the track counting pretty much all outpatient clinics as well will have to be done a consultant restaurant medicine. I spoke to said he could not fathom at all why the energy has had not already across the board counseled all elective surgery cancelled. All outpatient points suspended all the waiting's Abassi said we until this moment. I think when doctors at the frontline who are the ones are going to be delivering the care that will decide where people live or die are starting to say things like this that should give people who run the energies on on not hung impartial. Some pause for thought and probably the NHL needs to display greater urgency on this starting. How many critical care beds do we have? And how does that compare to? Other European countries there are about four thousand two hundred care beds. In Britain the best available comparative international evidence shows that Britain has many many fewer beds per hundred thousand population intensive care beds down for example Germany Luxembourg Austria. Italy has many more than we do and Italy as we see in the news. News is struggling to cope not hearing much from an HR staff at the moment. It seems that many of them won't go on the record. Talk about this other ones that you've spoken to words. Yes they are worried. I've heard of two hospitals which have decided not to follow the public health advice of testing anyone with symptoms. Because they say they're allowed simply don't have the capacity to do this the normal workload so that's a concern one other thing that's really worrying. The people who run hospitals is if a lot of people in the general population left on well because of Cordova's honor thome self isolating on particularly schools. Close at the moment. The advice is not to but if the device changes in schools do start close routinely then that wipe site a lot of staff who simply won't be available for work because they're unwell or pretension home looking after their their children chose a serious risk by though soothing talent. Who could be brought in to fill star shortages? So there's a wide range of people who could be brought in to help plug the gaps. All eighteen thousand. Finally a student nurses in England will be pressed into service. The government has plans to ask retired. Doctors nurses to come back into service. There are a whole host of practical and legal issues around that and I suspect that not yield many people. There are plans also for medics working in the armed forces. Each of the three branches of the Armed Forces has its own medical corps for them to play a role as well and also the Senate had been talking to both John are millions and the Red Cross who also have some medical capacity of what they might be able to the man overseeing all of this is the chief medical officer Chris. Witty what is he said about the pressure this support on the NHS he certainly strikes medical professionals I speak to a very calm measured evidence-based and quite reassuring but he's also quite honest and quite open. He has expressed particular concern that if a lot of people are laughed needing support for the breathing because KUNA vice attacks. The lungs primarily his worried like many people. Are that the initial simply does not have enough intensive care capacity to treat the number of people who may be left very unwell we will try and shift as far as possible shifts things out of the main hospital system and the system which will come under pressure. I will be those conditions that require people to have oxygen particularly tough critical care beds and that I think will come. Come under pressure at quite an early stage and something. We've heard a lot from government. Dennis is that they are following the science on this all stages we've been guided by the science. I think it's reassuring to see Barshop. Knaw having done three. Recent press conferences about corona virus flanked by the chief medical officer in one site the chief scientific officer on the other giving them due prominence that answer. Some of the many difficult questions at the media are obviously asking about half the public. I think that's very reassuring on Thursday. Boris Johnson made a statement and said we are now in the delay phase rather than the contain phase of this process. What does that really mean? Boris Yeltsin was very clear that this is the worst public health crisis for generation and also that many families has word. Many families are going to lose loved ones in the weeks and months ahead through this illness. Actually the substance of what? The prime minister said wasn't there wasn't much knew in it. Few little measures in particularly aimed at older people. The more important things were said by the man beside him surpass rebalance the chief scientific officer. He said that actually the government's not estimates that between five and ten thousand people already have the virus. That's a obviously in stark contrast to the five hundred and seventy confirmed cases each not more than that. That's an awful lot of people who have it. Most of whom are undetected going about their daily business on therefore likely infecting some people there. The scientists say that are every person who gets risks infecting to a half other people. So do the math. The numbers of confirmed cases and therefore people suffering will multiply very quickly about. Mallon's also gave us the clearest diagnosis so far of along the mortar Conan more stringent measures might need to last for. So we think that may be something like ten to fourteen weeks away could be a bit longer to pretend she three months for serious disruption to people's everyday lives their working lives their ability to go places. All these could last for months even to cover the peak. You're talking about trying to make sure that those sorts of measures are in place for thirteen fourteen weeks or so so the possibility of people finding this very very very burdensome in a way that outside wartime we have no expand self no preston for its considerable. That's until I mean Jane as a country as a people the next few months are going to bring disruption to our of the sort that no no one has ever seen apart from our grandparents or great grandparents during the last war it feels like the UK is acting much more slowly on this than other countries. I mean island has closed all at schools for example and yesterday before Boris Johnson spoke Professor John Ashton. He's a director of public health. He described the government's responses pathetic. How long can the government resist pressure to change their approach illness? I don't see any likelihood at the moment of the coming days going to suddenly change course and start Implementing the much more draconian measures Hussein in China at lay aren variously or even going longer. Scotla banning gatherings of more than five hundred people angered in particular is increasingly out of step. I don't see that changing because this criticism has been raised on the government decided to go. Its own way. I wonder if the economy is part of that. Already have a slightly shaky economy with the unknown of Brexit still to come so the potential impact. Opec saying people can't go about their daily lives and bitchy. Spend money on lots of things. That must be a concern. Quitting the chief. Medical Officer has spoken several times publicly about the potential fatigue factor. And always if you introduce some of these short sharp shocks to everyday life too soon people get bored of them and they stopped doing them therefore the spiff active and in the budget this week the Chancellor Ritchie knock announced an extra five billion pounds to help NHS tackle corona virus also setting aside today a five billion pound Emergency Response Fund and I will go further. If necessary will be enough the Anna chess will be able to use this five billion pond new fund to pay for all the extra test being done to pay private hospitals do operations that otherwise wouldn't be done because the be cancelled crucially it will pay for staffing seventy percent of the chess costs in normal times. Go on stopping anyway. It loves you pay for those eighteen thousand student. Nurses that are being brought in. Crucially will pay for the overtime if Anna staff onto knackered or ill to overtime which could be needed. Do you think this is the biggest challenge the at HSS ever face every year every winter is a real struggle. Like a really really strange. The sinews of chess a very visible painful difficult way. I'm actually and Assaf quite particularly the people who run hospitals there some of the most experienced and skilled people that dealing with kind of routine excessive demand an emergency basically already but if Cova nineteen is as bad as some people fear this will put even a very bad winter into the shade. Saturday on this will be certainly be the biggest thing. Then she has ever had to deal with. That is thank you for speaking to me. I welcome Dennis and other Guardian journalists working around the clock to bring you the latest on. How Corona virus is developing in the UK and the rest of the world for the live blog at the GUARDIAN DOT COM coming? We building lives after a terrorist attack. Now a year ago this Sunday New Zealand witnessed its worst ever terrorist attack when a gunman stormed two mosques in the city of Christchurch killing fifty one worshippers and injuring dozens. More the Guardians Charlotte. Graham mcclay has been following the story since that day spending time with the bereaved and the injured to find out how they are rebuilding their lives the crush Muslim community. These attacks heaven. Keep them away from the mosques quite the opposite there's been an increase in worshippers but they have been some notable changes as well as the usual family. Fun Days and food events there are other things happening at the Moscow. Read Cross training so people can learn to deal with injuries. The police came by recently to carry out an active shooter. Drill and a lot of people throwing the if it's into trying to influence and guide an independent inquiry. That's happening into whether the attacks could have been prevented. And with a New Zealand's government agencies particularly the security services focused on the threat of radical Islamic terror at the expense of examining the rise of the far-right and white supremacy. But the biggest impact. I've seen of what happened on the fifteenth of March as once felt by the people most affected by the attacks. One person who's really stuck with me is Dr May Soon Salama. Her son utter a lien was killed and L. No mosque. He was thirty three years old and he had a two year old daughter. Her husband was also badly injured in the attack. He suffering from lead poisoning now confronted by this unthinkable situation. Her focus has really been on the comfort and peace. That faith brings her and defiance too and the face of Islamophobia and the climate that lead to an attack like this being perpetrated he made us more determined not to be victimize into keep going and to even spread the beauty of slam everywhere. You know if he wanted to finish us now. He failed miserably. Another person WHO's really stuck in. My mind is Hey Sharm El Zaza were had been in New Zealand for just seven even months as a refugee from Syria. When he was shot in his league's Al Norsk. He's really grateful for all of the help and kindness. He's been offered but has newfound. Safety has just been ripped away from him. He has a young family. He has a long recovery. A He'd and he often feels helpless tries to make it through the day. Even the duke courses not useful. Even the psychologists is very not useful. Nothing is useful many in the Muslim community. A not relishing the prospect of a one year anniversary and facts for some. It's actually quite triggering and causing a lot of pain. One survivor see to me that it was a reminder that this would have been the one year anniversary of his death. Muslims. I've spoken to have told me. Adversities and not really part of the Muslim cultural framework for them. Their faith requires them to mourn for three days and then to move on with the alive carrying the memory of their loved one with them but they know that the memorial isn't just for the for the rest of New Zealand toe a they recalled that outpouring of compassion in the wake of the attacks and acknowledged that in such a peaceful country meaning New Zealand is really felt a loss of innocence. So remembering what has happened here is really important but the New Zealanders though have to consider each year what form that's beast attack. That was Charlotte grow mcclay. You can read Christ's church piece on the website. Thanks to her and Dennis Campbell. Today's episode was produced by Hanna. More and Courtney. Yousef sound design was by executing gay and the executive producers are film may not and Nicole Jackson. I hope you have really lovely weekend and we'll be back on Monday.

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