Covino & Rich Show Recap: Monday 3-19-18

Covino & Rich— Monday, 3/19/18

Guests

Sebastian Maniscalco – promoting his new book Stay Hungry and his current tour dates

Show Topics

  • In the retail world, adapting to survive is key. Toys R Us failed to do that, and therefore they failed as a business. Innovating to survive is true of any business, whether it’s a landscaping company keeping up with technology, or a phone adapting to touch screen technology, everything must adapt to survive. Change isn’t a bad thing though, where the issue arises is with the people who refuse it, and just want everything to stay the same. What really bothers Rich are the people who refuse to change, so when they finally give in he feels a sense of gratification.

 

  • Do you think the fact that there have been so many upsets in the March Madness tournament so far is a good sign or a bad sign? The biggest by far was on Saturday when University of Maryland Baltimore County (16 Seed) knocked out UVA (1 Seed) and added their names to history by being the first to ever do so. Do you think that’ll mean they will be back in the tournament again and again now? Will more prospects head to that school as well? Probably not, because they lost in the very next round, but it was still fun to watch.
  • If you ask a woman to marry you and she says no, does that mean you guys are breaking up? It would seem like it, because you clearly want different things or had a different idea of where the relationship was going, but is there any way that situation even occurs? Usually if you’re at the point where you’re asking another woman to marry you, you’ve already discussed it, and both knew it was coming.

  • Sebastian Manascalco is here to catch up with the guys as well as promote his new book. Remember when he was selling out Gotham Comedy Club in New York? Did you ever think then that you would be performing at places like The Garden? It seems like a crazy dream to have, but as long as you keep working at it, your hard work will pay off. Yes, charging $500 for a ticket may seem like a lot, but that’s what success brings you.