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"2 25" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
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"2 25" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"And that kind of bait and switch does seem to be Hayden's MO. Here's a sampling of things that he told Lauren's, quote, what I'm trying to do is get as many followers as possible by using my platform and skills. I don't really know what's going on with all this political tension. I'm just trying to document what's going on. End quote. He says that he can't really verify the videos he shares to the pages and isn't concerned about spreading misinformation because, quote, no one even knows what's going on. They believe anything that's put in front of them. I'm putting up what I believe is accurate, and they can draw an opinion based on that. End quote. There's trying to neutrally present information so people can form their own opinions, and then there's being irresponsibly lazy and pumping out false information to millions of people. Lauren's spoke with Joan Donovan, the research director at the Harvard Kennedy shorenstein center for media politics and public policy, who said that people would have a tendency to trust an account claiming to be a journalist, and which has a huge following. Lauren's adds that the bigger the accounts are, the more trustworthy they seem to average users. Even when it posts content being identified as false in the comments or intersperses, war footage with ads, some people still see it as legit because the follower counts if just making some odd choices or mistakes. But especially on Instagram, accounts with large followings are frequently swapped around between people in formal or informal networks. Models getting accounts from their agencies pre loaded with tens of thousands of followers, meme pages swapping around with each other. One Gen Z are told me once that he was giving a friend an account with a bunch of followers for his birthday. High follower accounts mean less these days than they ever did if they ever did when it comes to legitimacy and authentication. And yet many of us still have at least some reflexive tendency to see it as a marker of just that. Because we've been trained to do so and like we've seen with prior crises, the way that some people are taking advantage of that without giving much thought to the consequences of their actions could have real world effects. As one more responsible Instagram meme creator Jackson Weimar told Lauren's, quote, this is just the beginning of war accounts on Instagram. War is just another thing these meme accounts can monetize. And while I like to think that I wouldn't be fooled by a meme account like that with its myriad red flags, the content that they generate and amplify can be spread to other places where maybe it isn't so easy to tell if it's real or not. Right in today at MIT tech review guide for avoiding the spread of bad information. Abby all heizer said quote, disinformation has been a prominent and explicit part of the Russian government's campaign to justify the invasion. Russia falsely claimed that Ukrainian forces in Donbass, a city in the southeastern part of the country that harbors a large number of pro Russian separatists, were planning violent attacks, engaging in antagonistic shelling and committing genocide. Fake videos of those nonexistent attacks became a part of a domestic propaganda campaign. The U.S. government, meanwhile, has been working to debunk and pre bunk these lies..
"2 25" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"As heading out to the refrigerator in the middle of the night and mainlining ready right out of the gym. We've actually had a can in the house 'cause for Valentine's Day, have made heart shaped pancakes with whipped cream and used ready whip. And every time I've opened that refrigerator since, I'm looking at that can and I'm tempted. I'm tempted. The people, as we wrap up, if you have nothing else to feel thankful for today, be thankful that the great canned whipped cream shortage of 2016 is a thing of the past. And you can shoot that stuff down your throat all you want. It's bob and cherry. Hey, thank you so much for listening to the bob and cherry podcast and the bob and sherry ocas, we would love if you would subscribe, rate and review and share it with a friend on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, wherever you go, and thank you again for listening. Hey, it's rich eisen. And my first guest of season three of just getting started. Happens to be the new host of this podcast, my better half Susie Schuster. You've got one of the most unique stories of how you got started, so why don't you come across the hall, take the chair and oh boy, wait a minute, I think I locked the door. It's not a metaphor for anything. How's the lighting in here? I mean, I'm vain. You know? So I thought for the first season, try to bring you people. I thought were diverse and different and maybe interesting and that's why I started off with Jeffrey Ross, the comedian. And then, you know, we've got a bunch of other asks out making Paul Rudd do a starring Paul do you know that you're doing it? And I want this to be inspirational. Life is really hard right now. And sometimes you just need a little bit of help. Someone to reach out their hand and pull you along or to push you from behind and say you can do this. And I'm hoping that's what you're going to get from just getting started. Go follow just getting started wherever you get your favorite shows..
"2 25" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"But usually it's about 7. Well, here's. Here's the good news, and they said, look, if you're a really active person and you get 10,000 or more steps every day, it's not going to hurt you, right? But if you can aim to get 7000 steps, your chance of dying prematurely is dropped by somewhere between 50 and 70%. I never use that. That's amazing. I mean, that's and good news. Lord knows these days, we need some good news here. I don't use the word steps. If I'm talking, somebody said, oh, I saw you with a dog. How far did you go? I never say, oh, you know, we average around 7000 steps. It just sounds like your mom is my mom. That's my mom's favorite expression. My mom is all about getting your steps. Get your steps. As soon as you told me that for the first time, I could never again use it as a reference point. I usually although you converted on your phone, you can convert the steps on your phone to miles. When you do it to be funny, it always makes me laugh like a week or so ago when we were trapped in O'Hare airport and had to journey. And I know this because I can see the steps, had to journey just over a mile from our gate to get a cab. It's job is trudging along behind me, it's 1 o'clock in the morning. And I hear from behind me, well, I'm getting my steps, it's just totally cracked me up. Sure, that's just the positive attitude I bring to everything no matter what the situation. We call you mister kendo. Yes. I can do. So there you go. 10,000 steps is great, but it doesn't have to be your goal straight ahead, straight ahead. We're going to talk about cool whip. It's bob and cherry. A shareable taste of the show. The fun sized podcast drops every Thursday on the three bob and sherry app. A little bit ago, bob was talking about classic American foods that people in other countries are like, ew, that is disgusting. I don't want to eat that. And it reminded me of a little rabbit hole that I fell down on the Internet, not too long ago about cool whip. The story behind cool whip is just a mind blower. So here's what happened. Cool whip was invented to be like a non dairy convenience food, right? There's nothing in there. And there's no milk or cream or anything in there. It was invented in 1966. And it was meant to save time because making up until then you had to make your own whipped cream, right? There really wasn't like a store bought version of whipped cream. So cool whip, which, again, has no cream in it. It allowed you to have instant whipped cream, and you could freeze it, and it didn't need nitrous oxide, like ready whip, you know, canned whipped cream, and it was easy to ship. It didn't spoil. You can get some mold on some cool whip if you leave it in the fridge long enough, but because you can freeze it, it made it easy to ship, and there was no nitrous oxide involved. So that wasn't a problem, and it was invented by a chemist who also invented some other things like pop rocks and Tang and Jell-O and all sorts of stuff like that. Yeah, good stuff for you. Yeah. He had a lane. That guy, he had a lane. But here's an interesting thing about cool whip. So there it is, it's right there in the shelves, a lot of people won't eat it. Maybe haven't had it since you were a kid visiting your grandma. But just a few years ago in the winter of 2016, as the holidays were bearing down on us, there was a massive explosion at a chemical plant in Florida, and it caused a nationwide shortage of nitrous oxide, which is a key ingredient in cans of whipped cream. And because of that, cool whip had a big spike. It had a moment because it was the holidays and people were having pumpkin pie or whatever, and they wanted whipped cream. And so during the great 2016 whipped cream shortage, which I don't do you remember it because I don't remember this story. I don't remember. I do not. No. The Washington Post even had a big story about it because it was such a big shortage of whipped cream. People were like, all right, I guess I'm going to have to get some cool whip. And so cool whip after sitting in the grocery freezer since the 60s had a moment in modern times where it came back. And then they figured out how to continue manufacturing the nitrous oxide. And it was gone. And so cool whip remains in the grocery freezer, but it's just waiting and biting its time until there's another moment where Americans are like, what? We must have whipped topping and the coolest comes back. And I can't believe that we never, how did we miss a massive chemical explosion that caused a whipped cream shortage? I don't know. It sounds like something out of a Chevy Chase movie, doesn't it? I mean, the idea of that particular product exploding. Well, a ready whip shortage is like a Ron burgundy story. That is. Americans will not have whipped cream on their pie, and yet it really it really did happen. So I checked to see, what is in cool whip, it only has about a dozen ingredients. And most of its high fructose corn syrup and some other unpronounceable things like polyphosphate. And I don't even know what's in it. But if you go online, you can find a recipe for homemade cool whip. I want to meet, I want to meet the person who has time to make home and cool whip. I want to meet him or her. And I want to give them a hug and a handshake, because that is some kind of, that is some kind of free time if you're making a movie. You know, we don't have it in our house right now. But I can tell you, things got really tough when I was growing up. We didn't have any money and the cigarette smoke in the house and it was tiny and it was February and Connecticut and it's freezing. You can't even see out the windows because they're frosted up. One of the things that would lift my spirit once in a while is if I'd go into the refrigerator and there was a can a brand new can of ready whip. Not cool whip ready whip, which I knew was if it's a little better for you. I know it was richer for me. It was the consistency in my mouth. And I would just take it out and I'd look around. Is there any of that stale angel food cake? My mom bought about 6 days ago. Was there any of that? No, I'm gonna just shoot it right in my mouth just like that. And then put it back in. The can was so beautiful looking at the little red cap. It just made me happy. I think that there are few pleasures in this world so great..
"2 25" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"On an arm, it was with our ops manager. Yeah, right. Yeah, one playing basketball and one. Laurie, what got you? I know you said it was the beaver cleaver joke, right? But what is it about nature's architect that speaks to your soul so much? Well, the beaver is my spirit animal. It's my spirit animal. I love I love them. They're, there's a lot of really, really cool things that I could go on forever talking about them, but they are committed. They are. They're one of the only animals in nature that mate for life. Really? Not a whole lot of. Yeah, when they find a mate, they stay with them for life. They're creative. They create their home, which not a lot of animals do that. They create a whole habitat that they create community. Other than human beings, beavers have changed the topography of the planet more than any other animal other than human beings. But because they literally do take down trees to build to build their homes. And they alter it. They are tenacious. But they alter because I went and saw an IMAX movie once called beaver the best damn movie ever. And they alter more than just the immediate environment with their building. They alter ecosystems. I saw a different movie with the same title on Cinemax ones. So Laurie probably a lot different. It was a lot different. We are rooting for you. What is the most kind of unusual or unique piece of beaver memorabilia you have in your collection? Well, that's a good question. Oh, okay. Well, one of my favorite ones is one that's about almost two feet tall and it's an animatronic beaver and it's probably from the 1950s or 1960s and it probably came out of like a store window display from like a Christmas display. Yeah. From the old from the old downtown areas. So it looks like a real beaver and it moves. That is impressive. Yeah. Where do you have that? I'd have that in my living room. Do you have a display? I would hope. Oh yeah, I've got them all displayed. They're all in they're all in a room of my house. It used to be my formal living room, but now it's just a room and I call it beaverville. Are you married? You're on your own folks. Are you a married woman by any chance? No, I'm single. Imagine that. No, no. I love you, Laura. I just love you. Laura, you're lucky. You're lucky because if this was me and I had a house full of beaver memorabilia, my husband would walk around going beaver beaver everywhere. Yeah. And. Laurie is through anything that the bobbing shares show or our audience can do to help you in your quest to take over the Guinness Book of World Records title. Well, no, I've got all of the, I've got all of the evidence turned in as just a matter of waiting back from Guinness, but I'll tell ya, I would like to put in a plug for the people that helped me count. Yes, please. We only have a few seconds. Tell us, tell us what we can do. If the Richmond wildlife center. The Richmond wildlife center. Yeah, the Richmond in Richmond, Virginia. I never could have gone for the record without them helping me count because I had to have beaver counters. Someone who had to have beaver counters. And they had to be someone who was a specialist in the area of beavers. Laurie, thank you so much for coming on the show. You just made a seriously. Good luck. Thanks, Laurie. Good luck. You get in there. We're back in you. That's a Bobby sharing exclusive by the way. Bob and cherry won a marry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third, fourth time? No judgment here. He's asked me to marry him. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those two. They need each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shores resort and spa where they attitude is upscale, not uptight. Just tell us why you want Bobby sherry to perform your wedding ceremony at bob and cherry dot com and we'll pick a lucky couple. Trip includes flight and 5 nights lodging. Escape the everyday, say yes to each other and to something new in Florida. Come on, enter now. Bob and cherry dot com. Bob and sherry are gonna marry you in Florida. From visit Florida and bob and sherry. Get the free bobbin sherry app and instantly get the podcast, the podcast and bob and sherry fun size. I landed on someplace called money wise dot com and they had an article about foods that foreigners primarily from Europe and Great Britain just can't understand why we eat these foods in the United States. We'd like to hear some of them. I would. Okay, starting us out, it's Kraft singles American cheese. They say Americans love melting these lurid orange squares down in their grilled cheese or snacking on cold slices straight out of the refrigerator. Shutters. Some foreigners can't stand this stuff. I don't get it either. I don't either. As a kid, it was right there if there was nothing in the refrigerator, you'd open it up and you'd go, well, at least there's this craft singles cheese product or whatever it is. And take it out of the little plastic cover. And what a waste of plastic, let's face it. And then it would fill you up a little bit, you know? I've never liked it like even as a kid. I have to be careful how loud I say that or I'll find myself in a taste test with my husband. But I'm suspicious of, I'm suspicious of a food that has on its label food. As though you need it a little bit of extra convincing. And craft singles are labeled a cheese food product. That's right. That's because when you take it out of the little plastic sleeve, everything in your brain is going, well, this is vinyl. And so perhaps needed to remind you that it was food. Aren't you suspicious of that? Totally. But years ago, that flew under the radar. When you'd see advertising and you'd see a cheese tight or cheese food or whatever you just go, yeah, yeah, it's cheese, like from a not necessarily. The second one or Hershey bars, which is kind of, it's kind of surprising, not Americans decry the popular chuck at brantford's unappealing flavor. I mean, it's not, Hershey bars are not gonna.
"2 25" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"That. That would go down in the book of bob. That really would. Yeah. Well, because we live in a time where you should see my DMs and my email. Well, sherry, I hope you're happy with yourself. Not all of us have ten fingers. Okay, so I'm just putting it out there for the people that have enough fingers to play along. So take a look at your pinky finger and look at your ring finger and you see that the top joint, you see that line from the tip of your finger, that top joint, you know what I'm talking about, measure your pinky finger next to that. Your pinky finger is either going to line up perfectly tip of your pinky finger with that joint or it's going to be a little shorter or a little longer. And now we're going to tell you about your personality. So which one are you, bob? Before I tell you what kind of person you are, where's your pinky finger in relation to that joint? I'll tell you after I hear the information. If your pinky finger is the same height as that top joint of your ring finger, your type a and that means you're a little bit reserved and you tend to be a little more closed off an introvert. You don't open up to other people, easily, even people close to you, dishonesty, makes you angrier than anything else you are genuine, forthright person. You go out of your way for people and you expect them to do the same for you, but despite all of that strangers can sometimes see you as cold, they mistake your distance for arrogance or eccentricity, especially since you tend to have almost no patience for the things that annoy you. But in spite of that, you're pretty warm once you open up to people and you can actually be the life of the party if you're in a group that you know well enough. That sounds like you to me. That sounds like you. That is that is not me. Okay, so the second one is your pinky finger is longer than that first joint of your ring finger. You're very loyal, but you're also highly sensitive. When you have a new partner in your life, new boyfriend or girlfriend, they become your whole world. They're always in your thoughts. You want to connect with them on a super deep level. And you also want to present the appearance of being someone who can be happy all by themselves without a partner, but you really, really into being the ultimate boyfriend or girlfriend. You hold off giving too much of yourself to others right away, but you have dreams of finding your soulmate. In life, you dedicate yourself completely to whatever you set your mind to, your job, your education, your family, your Friends, you are super single minded and calm and non confrontational and keep your cool under pressure. Except for the keep your cool under pressure, that kind of I thought described me, but that is not me. I might as well say it. My pinky finger is slightly below that joint. I'm type B, I'm the one who's a little bit over it. So that was me that I just described. And it's kind of true. Is there a category for one of each? Because I have one pinky finger is higher than that joint, and the other one is lower than that joint. Yeah, there's a category. It's called freak show. Well, there you have it, man. Is that right? Is that right? I'll be traveling with the carnival this weekend. Now, let's say that your pinky is a little bit shorter than that top joint. I'm going to post this on Facebook too, so you all can do it later if you want. If you're that, then you are optimistic and your lively and negative negativity just doesn't stick to you. You forgive and you forget really easily. You have a lot of energy and a hard time giving up any kind of argument, especially when you're convinced that you're in the right. You've got this bubbly exterior that you present to the world, but your true feelings are held really, really close. You are, however, very upfront with your opinions. People know where you stand without question, you like things that are familiar and secure, and you have a deep, deep, fear of the unknown. So I guess max depending on which hand you're looking at is what you are that does. That's right. So there you go. Third one is made. All right. I'm gonna I'll post this up on our Facebook and I'll give you something to think about all day long straight ahead. True crime time, speaking of fingers. Once upon a time, plastic surgeons were in big demand by the mob and not her face work. It's straight ahead it's bob and sherry. You read it once. I don't believe that. And then you're ready to go. I can't believe this. It's bob and cherries. I believe this is a. True crime time y'all. Bob, you're gonna like this one because it's about the mafia. So I learned something really interesting. Back in the golden age of the mafia, which was basically the 1930s because of prohibition. Thanks to prohibition, you can make so much money bootlegging alcohol and selling bootleg booze and running speakeasies isn't all that. But along with those increased profits, you had a big jump in criminal activity and murder. Because the mob was really protecting their territory and this became, this was right around the same time that fingerprints were becoming like the law enforcement standard. For identifying criminals. So the whole idea of fingerprints was really pretty new back then. But it was very quickly becoming standard. So in 1933, one enterprising plastic surgeon, doctor Joseph Moran, decided that he was going to specialize in removing mobster fingerprints and also performing surgery and stitching up gangsters and removing bullets and stuff so that they wouldn't end up in hospitals where they could attract police attention. So he agreed, among other things, that he would remove the fingerprints of a pair of Chicago mobsters named Fred Barker and Alvin karpis. So Alvin had such this. Alvin karpis at max knows who it is, had such a good fingerprint removal that he struggled to get into Canada because when they checked his prints, there was just nothing there. But doctor Moran didn't understand that if you're going to serve the mob, you have to keep your mouth shut. He started bragging to people that he knew Fred Barker and that he knew so much about what the Barker gang was up to. Well, it wasn't that long after. That his body washed up on shore at Lake Ontario. They couldn't check doctor Moran's fingerprints, not because he'd removed them, but because the gangsters that killed him took his hands and his feet. Now another unscrupulous plastic surgeon, doctor Wilhelm loser, except it 5000 bucks to change the face and fingerprints of Don of John Dillinger, the famous gangster. He used hydrochloric acid, first he tested it on himself, and of course this plastic surgeon was also.
"2 25" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"In non Ukraine news, sensor tower says that users spent $18.3 billion globally in the top 100 non game subscription apps in 2021, which was up 41% year over year. Apple's App Store generated 13 and a half $1 billion of that and Google Play $4.8 billion. The reason why I think this is important to take note of is consider that growth of non gaming subscriptions is accelerating as the lead of this TechCrunch post notes, it's no wonder why mobile publishers are battling to keep more of their subscription revenue out of the hands of platforms like Apple and Google quote, subscriptions have become the dominant means of driving App Store revenue. In the fourth quarter 90 of the top 100 top grossing U.S. apps included a subscription. This figure is only slightly down from the 91 in Q four 2020, or the 93 and Q four 2019. Analysis of the subscription market like this is interesting, given the increased regulatory scrutiny of the App Store's business models over the past year. Some markets like South Korea even passed new laws to limit Apple and Google's control over an app purchases. Currently, Dutch regulators are in a standoff with Apple over dating apps payments, claiming Apple is in violation of antitrust orders. And while this data is only examining the non gaming trends, the money that app stores make from gaming companies is also massive, which is why Epic Games, for instance, is appealing the court's decision in its own antitrust case, end quote. In other words, it's not just gaming, tons of sectors might have a growing vested interest in breaking open the app stores, or at least lowering their vig, because subscriptions seems to be where the growth is these days. You.
Mike Gallagher & Mark Davis Engage in Debate Over Russia-Ukraine War
"We should have done everything we could to avert this war and we could have done so by promising Putin Ukraine will never be a member of NATO for Mark that was just a line that was crossed that should never have been crossed. Here was our exchange from this morning show. If this war could have been avoided because Putin could have had the insurance that Ukraine was not going to join the NATO alliance, why the hell not? Because you don't make promises to authoritarian tyrant tin horns. We do it all the time. What's the example of whenever what did we assure them? That we should not have a shirt. This is what happens with the criticism of Tucker and this goes back to Tucker where he is this traitor because he doesn't want to turn Putin. No, but let me finish this. He doesn't want to turn this whole white hat versus black hat. We got to get along with Russia and China to some degree. I think this I think this largely drove Trump's foreign policy in which I totally support it. We've spent time this week talking about the Trump approach and how pilloried and condemned he's been for sort of assessing Putin's skill set and everybody. And all I know is that Russia invaded and took over Crimea under Obama and now they're taking over Ukraine under Biden. This never happened in the four years of Donald Trump. So he was doing something right and I don't suspect that Trump's position would be, let's not pander to Vladimir Putin. It's an
Sen. Lindsey Graham Contradicts Himself on Ketanji Brown Jackson
"But here's I hate to make this about senator Graham because I know people get very mad, particularly in South Carolina. Senator Graham's statement said, if the media reports are accurate, and it is brown Jackson. It means the radical left has won President Biden over yet again. No problem with Lindsey Graham's statement is he was only one of three Republicans who voted for Jackson last spring. When she was confirmed to the D.C. circuit court, not a single Republican voted for her, except for Lindsey Graham, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins. I'm sorry, I don't know how you have it both ways. This is the kind of Republican leadership that mystifies me.
Joy Behar Complains War Activity Is Affecting Her Trip to Italy
"Very serious analysis about Russians, Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Estimates are 50,000 Ukrainians will be dead or wounded. Yeah. And that this is going to start a humanitarian crisis, a refugee crisis in Europe. We're talking about 5 million people that are going to be displaced. I mean, it's heartbreaking to hear what is going to happen. No. Well, I'm scared of what's going to happen in Western Europe too. Yeah. You know, you just, you plan a trip, you want to go there. I want to go to Italy for four years. I haven't been able to make it because of the pandemic. And now this, you know, it's like, what's going to happen there? My gosh, what a crisis. What a nightmare for joy behar. She can't go vacation in Italy.
WSJ: John Kerry's Comments Reveal Biden's Obsession With Climate
"And to be fair to Carrie, although I don't think anybody ought to be, but I'm going to be fair. These comments were made before Russia actually invaded Ukraine. It was on the eve of Russia's Ukrainian invasion. Here's what The Wall Street Journal says Kerry's comments are not a gaffe. They reveal the Biden administration's obsession with climate and with punishing fossil fuel production, which has made the U.S. and Europe vulnerable to mister Putin's energy blackmail. The climate lobby has made Putin more powerful every time Carrie visits Moscow, the boys and the Kremlin must think it's Christmas. Great analysis from The Wall Street
Then-Candidate Joe Biden Said He Would Stand up to Vladimir Putin
"Why don't you hear candidate Joe Biden making a promise? You talk about words coming back to haunt you. If the media covered Biden, one tenth of the way they covered Trump. This clip would be all they were talking about today. Because Putin knows if I am president of the United States, his days with tyranny and trying to intimidate the United States and those in Eastern Europe are over. I'm going to stand up to them. He's a bully, just like the president. And I know he doesn't want me to be president, but to tell you what, when I'm president, things are going to change. Yeah, they've changed our right. Russia invaded Ukraine. They didn't invade invade Ukraine when Trump was president, didn't annex crime invade in annexed Crimea when Trump was president. That was Obama. Yeah, things are changing all right.
John Kerry Hopes Putin Will Mind Climate Issues During War
"And then there's John Kerry. The former U.S. Secretary of State and would be president. Remember, presidential candidate, you want to talk about dodging a bullet? How about if that guy got elected? He gave an interview this week. Where he was concerned about the massive emissions consequences from a Russian war against Ukraine, which he said would be a distraction from work on climate change, nevertheless, he said. I hope president Putin, and this is a quote. Quote, I hope president Putin will help us to stay on track with respect to what we need to do for the climate. Unquote, so I ask you, which is worse. Which is worse.
NY Times' Peter Baker: Biden Is Not Pushing Maximum Sanctions on Putin
"Yesterday, The New York Times Peter baker appeared on MSNBC and acknowledged it's a mystery why Biden is not pushing for maximum sanctions against Vladimir Putin. I wonder if Biden thinks that Putin is a genius, I wonder if Biden is cozying up to Putin. I wonder if Biden is rooting Putin on. Why doesn't Biden push for maximum sanctions against Vladimir Putin and Russia, even The New York Times? Doesn't understand it. Well, I think your interview from Keith was actually very telling the journalist told you we feel let down. This is not the maximum. This is not what we thought America was going to do. And we haven't yet heard from The White House aged about how they see this why they decided not to go further, obviously there is European resistance on the issue of cutting Russia off from the swift banks. Why that wasn't worked out in advance is a good question. Why they didn't go after Putin personally, maybe they decided that they're going to try to hold that back as they still wanted something to hold over him to write a leverage something. But the question then becomes, you know, if not now when.
Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court
"Biden will nominate judge Kate Brown Jackson to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. It would be, of course, of course, the first black woman nominated to be a justice on the nation's highest court, fulfilling his promise. She's 51 years old. She serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit. Interestingly, she is has only served and she'd be the youngest second youngest justice on the current court justice Amy Coney Barrett turned 50 in January. She only David souter. Came to the Supreme Court with less time on the federal appeals court. She is only served on the federal appeals court for 8 months. She was nominated a district court 8 months ago, you know what's an interesting fact, she's related by marriage to Paul Ryan. The former House speaker, who gave her a hearty endorsement. Paul Ryan of all people, the former House speaker, her husband's twin brother, is married to Paul Ryan's wife's sister.
Volkswagen takes on Tesla with major electric vehicle push
"In the World Electric or otherwise. But Volkswagen is engineering a plan to race ahead of Ilan Musk's company. In just four years. We are good and 2 25 or so that's Volkswagen CEO Herbert Dese. Company has announced plans to build six battery factories in Europe and to put out a million electric and hybrid vehicles this year alone. But he says VW is looking beyond this decade. This transition is not only about evey, so it's also about the car becoming really a connected device and finally also Driving autonomously. Something he says, could be about 15 years away. But D says 2021 is the year the company will prove it can compete on battery power. You think that we can prove This year that we are strong in TV that we are competitive in TV, and then we have to prove that we're strong enough common in autonomous in software on Ben, the market will follow on Ethan Hager Bloomberg Radio. Why do hedge funds and other
"2 25" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"So that's why the comparisons a little bit tough to me because he threw so many rivers such better teams though. Yeah yeah. I look. I could see. Maybe stafford's has been on a bad franchise bad teams. And that's i i don't i think he's good. I do i just. I don't know that he's like a transcendent going. To elevate this franchise rivers. Philip rivers was never. Transcendent were elevated. I think he was. I think he was that great. I think he was a true hall of famer. Like a like a true stud quarterback one of the bests in football in his prime. I did anybody. He doesn't agree. I love him. He's very transcendent with philip rivers. I do think that he was one of the best quarterbacks of his era. I do think that you know. He's deserving of the hall of fame. Mike and i don't think i guy but he is He's in the next year. Quarterbacks you know he's not in the hall of very good. He's better than that but he's not. You're not going to walk through the fame ago. Where's philip rivers. Boston letting you either an nc state fan or if you see eli manning and you're like wait we're still rivers is realize hall of famer because of the playoffs the to seize. Its but i mean he likes compiles too. It's not like he didn't put up numbers but wins. Losses are are are different. He's at two. He's got to super bowl runs. Is that a two winning seasons entire career. That's amazing he's a five hundred quarterback as started right exactly five hundred or maybe one game over to super bowl runs where he wants to. Vp and he was great for those games but he. Actually i think eli. Manning was a great quarterback for a very short time. The beginning of his career was really bad and the end of his career was really bad. That's why he he wouldn't be all famer without super bowls phone conversation. A little off track. We'll take a break here when we come back. We'll look at running backs some of the young running backs that could emerge as sleepers right after this on fantasy.
"2 25" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"He's smart. he's a good moving tight end. Should replace jared cook pretty seamlessly in that offense. And if jameis winston's the quarterback as we've been talking about for the last six years with james he has a tendency to lean on his tight ends. The offense in new orleans has consistently leaned on. Its tight ends. I think trump could be very very interesting fantasy sleeper. I'm trying to look up the stat. That i had updated so now i think it's four years in a row just going back to the jail. Jamaal williams sting for years in a row that a running back has been second on the team in targets when matt leflore has been the head coach or the offensive coordinator. Both years the packer. You can find that. It's in that ringer. Yeah four years in a row. Todd gurley dion lewis. Aaron jones aaron jones none of them like a ton of time well gaga eight hundred fifty catches. Yeah so that so. Keep that in mind running always involved in the passing game when matt lafleur has been the coordinator or the head coach the running backs of score. They scored sixteen total touchdowns in twenty twenty. Four seven win. Aaron rodgers went beserk so it was lower than what it was in two thousand nineteen which was twenty five touchdowns i bet they end up somewhere in between and probably closer to twenty five than sixteen. Twenty twenty one. Okay last question here. Let's go back to dillon one more time so we talked about when we did the sophomore running back show. Seven running backs went in top thirty six picks in draft. We did in early january. I think he's you said dylan round. That would be just behind that. Would he jump ahead of any of those big seven. If jones were joan signs somewhere else he. I don't thinks like i really don't think there's much chance. In non p p. r. i. I think that there is a chance Like my i actually in my projections. Non-ppp have him projected four nine. Pr fantasy points than clyde. Okay my seventh. So dave jamie would you put aj dylan and a non pr league ahead of any of the other top seven running backs off more running backs He said it was hilarious. Yeah yo take dylan had antonio gibson or swift okay dobbins. No but i think there's premieres in scenario where jacksonville sign someone and then you're taking them at a robinson to yes airport yet all right so those are some of our favorite early sleepers jamie said chenault heath said moster. Dave said trautmann. We all talked about. Aj dylan Hope maybe he'll be on. Our early breakout show. Next week is really important though that you know about paramount plus all right. This is going to be absolutely awesome. You've probably seen the journey to mount paramount spots featuring bill cower. James corden. Bill patrick stewart beavis and butthead quite a squad but paramount plus is live sports breaking news and a mountain of entertainment. You can go straight from game day to movie night with paramount..
"2 25" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"You said he's proven that he can hold up to the wear and tear of a full season where he most fair point fair. Point right okay. Fine so in the limited time that both of these running backs have one has broken down far more often than the other. I actually don't think the age matters because it's not like most has a lot of you. No no but you. I think as we are telling you the coaches know that they can't just throw them out there and expect him to be expect them to hold up for game after game after game. I'm sure in the back of their minds. They're worried about keeping them healthy. Look the most talented. Don't take that away from. I'm not saying he's a he's a dud. But i'm concerned that the coaching staff will limit his work in an effort to keep him available throughout the majority of the season. I mean both these guys are going to have limited workloads either one is going in and getting featured opportunities is just the. That's not the mo of this team. And they're probably gonna add third guy that's gonna make this so frustrating backfield as well. So i'm jeff. Listen to go on air last year right. Yeah he did. It's created is free of the injury tag consideration as well but by comparison to mustard. I'd say better candidate or most in the sample size that we have and again. It's just you know you gotta go with the san francisco sample size Obviously he bounced around the league. So if you wanna take down exhilaration that's fine but you know for what. He differ san francisco two years ago he. He proved to be durable for what they use for down the stretch. Two years ago he was obviously great. He was a top ten running back in the last five games of the season. And then you know did pretty well in the postseason they gonna need touchdowns and the forty niners last. Two seasons of had nineteen rushing touchdowns. Seventeen rushing touchdowns just from their running backs. So we're going to need that. Because that getting a lot of care not gonna carries and i don't think sorry not getting a lot of catches and i don't think we're going to get like a two hundred and fifty kerry running back from the forty niners all right after dave dave. Who's your favorite early sleeper. My favorite early sleeper is going to end up becoming very popular. Trendy breakout in its. Aj dillon with the packers who looks like aaron jones is on his way out. It sounds like the dolphins inch the jets are interested one or both of those teams really might pay him a lot of money to be their lead back. And that would just open the door for dylan to be at least timeshare. And that's if they keep jamaal williams and or draft another running back. I would imagine that dylan would get the first crack at being the main guy if aj dylan or i'm sorry for jones leaves green bay and he's going to be popular. He's going to be a very popular pick We just did a dynasty draft. Really like we're jacob..
"2 25" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Two different slot guys because eshelman would if the patriots move on from him. They say he's making too much money or says. I want to go play with tom. And wintering like he did with grog than his voice that high but that could happen to were elements on a different team trying to win. Now myers takes that role in new england But i you know i. I've been a fan of myers. Since he signed with new england. I liked his film in college. And i think he's shown some pretty damn good flashes at times. Love is so this tweet from mike. Clay of espn. There's one hundred and twenty two receivers that have eighty targets over. the last. three seasons myers. One alex erickson is the other of the bengals Those two guys over one hundred twenty one hundred twenty target at least eighty dollars. Excuse me one hundred. Twenty two Not catch touchdown no touchdown catches. Had you guys know how. Many new england through new touchdown passes doesn't like six. That's not passes a receivers. A caucus touchdown passes dome by patriots quarterbacks. It's not six or eight attire than that. Twelve twelve tied with the giants for the fewest in football or last fantasy football fact. Not sure if you guys knew this one might okay. Andrea is the powerhouse of the cell. Did you know that did you do. Did you see that. You know what i'm talking about did you. What yeah so yeah okay. Yeah have you seen this. Have you heard about this. Jj watt tweeted is the powerhouse of the cell. And have you taken middle school science. Everyone went crazy and and try to come up with theories about what that meant and it was very funny all right. So jamie star. Who's your favorite early sleeper. For twenty twenty. One of the guys that gave you whatever Listen i think it's gonna be fun to see what they end up doing. Jacks with receiving corps and What ends up happening To enhance it if they do if they don't alternate great spot. Six hundred yards on seventy nine targets in fourteen games added ninety one rushing yards as well and finish pretty strong in his last four games. He hit three touchdowns. Who's your favorite twenty twenty one early sleeper. I think i'll say raheem mostert. It seems like jeff. Wilson is more popular than most parts. I and i'm not sure that that should totally be the case He has obviously. He's one of the best running backs ever. He's averaged five point six yards per carry for his career. Jamaal charles yeah and I is long for as long as he's healthy. He's going to be a good running back for. Fantasy has been pretty much always so hopefully healthy for pretender twelve games next year. I think we're still going to see. Most get drafted had also stave. You like wilson. Better right i do. I think he can. I think he can handle the ground and pound of a season better than most can. I think that's been proven. He's also younger than mustard. I wouldn't surprise me in the least if they split work. Those were the oh one and one be running backs and san francisco. But i'll take the guy who's been better in short yardage and goal line situations that's wilson. They were splitting work. Last most starts last four games and of course he got hurt in those four games most had fifty three carries. Wilson had forty six carries and only part of that i. I would debate because the younger part. I think matters a lot. Jeff wilson's career high and carries one hundred and twenty six. He's not proven at all that he could handle a full season towards the. Oh and you know the forty niners half to have proven running backs. Well no..
Halo TV show will air in 2022, alongside Star Trek
"So viacomcbs held its big investor presentation paramount plus which is rebranded and rebooted version of an existing service called. Cbs all access. What did we get yesterday yesterday. There was this three. Plus our event designed to unveil the scope of paramount plus says this revamped version of cbs. All access in a kind of inauspicious. Start this event that was supposed to talk about how the company is going to be really competitive and streaming ended up starting half an hour late because they were having problems streaming so that wasn't a great place to start but generally the main focus last night was squarely on programming all the titles that they're going to be creating the originals the exclusives movies and shows that they're going to be leading into sort of cbs's stable of networks and brands and intellectual property in order to hopefully they hope draw new subscribers to service that has been around almost since the very beginning of services like this. Yeah let's take into that. Because cbs all access has largely been known for shows like star trek discovery and well star trek card and star trek. Lower deck's star trek. What else are we gave from paramount. Plus it how does it differ from. Was he this. All access had been about the last two years. Generally i would say that. The basic proposition of paramount plus is pretty similar to cbs. All access some of the things that make. Cbs all access a little bit. Different from other streaming services is baked into ciba's access. You get a live feed of Your local cbs channel most streaming on demand streaming services. Don't have both. I kind of live and on demand element integrated within them. That doesn't really change paramount. Plus the things that are going to be changing. Like i said it's really about how they're trying to expand people's concept of what's this entire company a includes and so what that is that they're going to be making a lot more originals based on things from comedy central and tv from nickelodeon there's going to be a rugrats boot and an entire new studio dedicated to avatar the last air bender Universe shows in shorts and movies and they're going to be leading really hard into the paramount. Pictures movie studio that the company also owns. They're going to be reviving some franchises from that movie studios past and they're also going to be bringing a few of paramount pictures new theatrical movies to permit plus to stream earlier than would be normal. This is nothing like hbo. Max streaming every single warner brothers. New movie the same day as it hit theaters but subscribers to promote plus a will have the opportunity to stream movies like quietly to the new mission impossible mission impossible. I think at seven on the of subscribers will be able to stream that basically a month and a half after those movies hit theaters. So for example quiet place equal you'll be able to stream in november. That's not as aggressive as as some other services but it does change the proposition. Little bet from what people were used to. Cvs all access right and so. Let's get some details. How what is the service actually launched and home was the cost and did it does it differ from. What's he has. All access was charging. Yeah well this is something. I was kind of surprised that this is going to be such a confusing transition. What's happening is in one week on march fourth they will essentially replace. Cbs all accesses premium tier with paramount plus in a launch on the fourth in the us and across countries some countries in latin america as a ten dollar a month subscription. And that gives you everything on the service. Add freight then in june going to widen paramount plus to be sickly launched a cheaper ad-supported limited tier. That's five dollars month so that's comparable with similar tier that's already on. Cbs all access. So both of the services have these kind of like cheaper ad-supported tears and premium more expensive inclusive tears but ammo plus is going to be rolling them out in. This staggered way which is going to create some confusion for current subscribers and also perspective subscribers know. There's going to be period of a few months where there's going to be multiple apps that have the cbs name in them was have the paramount name in them. And it's going to be hard. It's not as simple proposition for consumers to figure out what they wanna get and where they can actually get it with all those moving parts happening at once so we saw out some difficulty with. Hbo max when hbo max launched last year when they had not only at hbo max as an app out in the market but hbo go and hbo now still existed as made that transition. That was a really bumpy road for them for a while. Because of consumer confusion now add in the element that there is not only just like. Hey there's one subscription it's one price none of that change now. Add in the fact that you've got to tears which launches at one time one of which doesn't launch until another time and those things have different. They unlock different. So it does seem like it's setting up a really a really bumpy transition for them to
Pfizer COVID vaccine found 94% effective in real-world study
"A real world testifies vaccine and more than half a million people in israel confirms that even after one dose it's very effective at preventing serious illness or death ninety two percent effective at preventing severe disease after two shots and sixty two percent after one and it was equally effective in young people. And those over seventy. The fda is one step closer to authorizing johnson and johnson's one dose vaccine for emergency use panel meets tomorrow to make a recommendation so far. The fda's review noted the vaccine to be sixty six percent effective overall in preventing moderate to severe covid nineteen and it has a favorable safety profile.
Dallas gives city attorneys go-ahead to sue Netflix, Hulu, other streaming services over franchise fees
"In court news. The dallas city council is giving the city attorney's office the go ahead to pursue a lawsuit against streaming services to collect franchise fees from their operators. The city wants to recover financial damages from netflix. Hulu disney and other video service providers for their alleged failure to pay a franchise tax amounting to five percent of gross revenues under texas's public utility regulatory act according to a spokesperson for the city. At and t. owns the hbo. Streaming service already pays franchise fees to dallas. The city further said netflix. Hulu and disney plus have all failed to apply for the state is ticket of franchise authority which would require the companies to pay the fee cable. Tv companies for example have paid the fees for years. Dallas will seek to collect fees dating back to two thousand and seven and an order forcing the companies to pay fees in the future. The city council approved the legal action wednesday
Ryan Fitzpatrick praises Miami Dolphins following win over Las Vegas Raiders
"And the Miami Dolphins got a win over the Los Vegas Raiders. 26 2 25 Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick with a 59 yard touchdown pass. I think we've got a special team. I think this team all year long as as fought, and for me, it's it's not just this year. It's it's the last two years with Florida's news and
UFC 251: Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal
"Island becomes a reality. Well, I guess it's already a reality. But there will actually be fights there, and it's actually Gosh! Maybe one of the best certainly form in my opinion, the best card they've had since they've come back the UFC But really good card. A lot of big names. And then, of course, the main event of the evening is a fight that Probably should have been on the card anyway. What We ended up plucking out, I suppose. With Moscow it all being put in against Guzman. So I wantto talk a little UFC 2 51 Maybe Look at some of these potential wagers and get Ah Someone who used to frequent this show. It needs to come on on Maura, and that's on me. Scott Kanevsky joins me now, Scott. Good to catch up, man. How are you? I feel like a first time long time been awhile. It has been a long time. And how are you? How's the family? How's everything going doing well, and I appreciate you having me on thinking about me and things were going well, and things are only gonna get better tomorrow night. Yeah, absolutely. Did you laugh at Dana White when he said when he first brought up Fight Island? Yes. And no. Because you know you crazy enough that he was probably speaking the truth. You figured, you know, maybe he has something going and he's crazy enough and has the money the backing toe pull something off like that, And sure enough, here we are. I mentioned at the beginning How good this card in is and it's not just mustered all versus Guzman by it. Man. Did we luck out? Right? I mean, my you know, I feel bad for the dude who had to pull out and it doesn't get a fight Guzman tomorrow but as a card, it's so much better now that master dolls on it, don't you think? Agreed. Gilbert Burn, We'll get another shot at some point. I mean, hopefully next in line for whoever wins tomorrow night. But this is a fight Everybody wanted. You know, already. Mas Vidal inducement aren't exactly the best of friends. They've been talking for a while. They had that the altercation back in the states. It was Super Bowl on radio row. So this is something everyone's been wanting to see. And now with Byrnes Contracting Cove it we're going to get it on. I think that's just made a already really intriguing AA fight cars that much better. Now I got burned by Justin GHT because I was all in on Tony Ferguson in that fight like it's not gonna happen. It's not gonna happen twice, right? I mean hospital is not gonna win. This thing is he Okay. From a mm a standpoint, I have to say no. And I would agree with you. But if you're going to talk, betting going all in and you've seen what's happened over the last 24 36 hours. Money is just money and tickets are pouring in on Mas Vidal. He's he's gone from about a plus 2 25 plus 35 to a plus 1 85 last I saw earlier today. I believe there would be MGM believe put out there that they're taken 81 ticket being booked for Mas Vidal. And you know, you know what they say. You gotta follow the money. So it just Somebody knows something, or is it just It's obviously not just big bets that are coming in on Mas Vidal, but there's no number of that's coming on him. And that just makes you wonder if someone I'll be just like you know where agree like you. It was all set up for Tony Tow. Go in there and handle him and take him to the ground and didn't but You know, maybe he'll learn from that. Now. What's what's mobs but all going to be able to do to be Guzman. That's the big question. You know, he's better on the feet, obviously, but you know who's going to try and take him down and out wrestling? So How? How does Ma's little battle that and managed to Ah, toe? Hold him off? I don't know. I think I'm right there with you. And I just looked at Fanduel and they have mustered all that plus 200 right now. So even though that's a little bit longer odds, then maybe MGM has that still down as you said Scott from 2 25 or something like that just a couple of days ago, and I guess oh, so let me ask you this if we do the betting thing I I have Guzman minus 2 45 or mosque it all plus 200 Or and then of course, you could get into it. Um, I took in my parlay. I took Guzman just straight up because I got enough other stuff in my parlay that I'm going to get pretty good odds out of it. But if you were laying down, Abed, would you would you do it smarter, Would you Dumas fit all Okay, so I would I would wait until about 15 to 30 minutes before fight and see where those odds are because of who's come down to, like, minus 200. I think you jump on him because they're getting more value for him. And firstly, I think he does come through with the wind, and he's just going to grind it out. But if that money starts about bounce backto mas Vidal, you know, I think, and you're looking to take a shot. You're willing, you know, maybe you had a good night on the earlier fight. Maybe maybe you going on and on and you take that shot. Just hope he comes with that flying me. He landed on aspirin
Schools are tracking kids and that raises all kinds of questions
"These ten schools across the US have ruled out a system that tracks and potentially survey students using the signals from their phones. Albert. How does this work all right so you ever been to a mall and and you know they? All's no no okay so you've never been no more so there are things called radio frequency scanners that pick up signals on your phones that are things like your Bluetooth Signal. Your WIFI signal Some in some cases like your cell frequency signal and it uses that as a location tracker instead right so so the idea that these phones are constantly paying the network for connection it's at Ping they're tracking using to locate you. So they're going to do that. And say like okay. There's a phone here. There's a phone here or not. Must these phones have some somehow gained sentence and are walking on their own? They're most likely attached with the person so they're using that to Tr they use that to track people in malls to say like Oh. There's this many people at this store today You know we know. Like how traffic does that's kind of. What like marketers. Use that shirt right. They also use US imprisons to basically detect any kind of contraband. Because you know. Inmates aren't allowed to have cell phones or anything like that right so they are now bringing this into schools where they're using that to track students throughout the day And it's not just their phones right like if it has any kind of signal so like your kid has like a new pair of air pods or anything like that. That's being tracked and you know. Obviously there are some kids that are too young to have phones right. Those company in fiction decides. Hey we are going to introduce a respond trackers for them where basically kind of works like a fitbit where they use that to also track like their staffs and their calorie counts and their heartbeat which This is pitched as something to you know. Be a school safety thing I think. That's why law schools might be inclined to look at this right the idea that the promise here that it's supposed to be a safety issue it's supposed to prevent school shootings but we talked about this. You've talked about this before. Like that's not necessarily the case right. No absolutely not. I mean so the way that it's supposed to work as a school safety tools to say you know they have kids like phone registered already so if a new device comes on campus and is like. Hey we don't know who's phone is what's going on here. They sent a security guard to go. Check it out The problem with an idea like that is you know kids got new devices all the time. And it's not like what are they gonNa do headphones that are not registered. Then then it becomes like sending a security guard every day for something like that also. I mean for a lot of school shootings. They're often they're done by students. Who would be registered and actually be flagged? Yeah exactly so I mean that's the problem. A lot of the technology Being proposed a school shooting prevention. Where there's absolutely no proof that this technology works. But I've obviously said Oh I get that it's a very specious argument preventing school shootings but In terms of preventing I guess unwanted people strangers like adults to mean to do Har- like this is some would actually trigger like the would alert security that like these I mean. Yeah but why would you okay? So try convincing a school board to spend one point four million dollars on something like this to prevent just a guy that you don't want on campus like an annoying person or or try convince Sam saying you can use one point. Four million dollars to stop shooting stopped shootings. They use that logic a lot because like fear is what sells so I mean. That's a really good point. Our schools really doing this. Are they using the school shooting? As as the the impetus to actually get the money and the but the rarely actually use it to track. I don't see schools making this pitch that much so much as I see these companies making this pitch to get schools to spend money on them and I think the onus is really on them right to prove that this technology works because like ultimately schools are spending this money. And and you know I don't know how well funded. The school districts are in your area but across the country really is like there kind of starved for resources and you could be using that money to pay teachers more. You could be using that money to pay for more guidance counselors or after school programs that would you know actually help out the kids at rather than the security systems that you know might be helpful one day but like the rest of the time is there is fascinating debate because I look I'm not. I have two kids. I'm not averse to Putting trackers on my kids frankly which I know you think is is You know a privacy issue but the key difference here between what this is. What I'm thinking about is like this'll be a tracker that I would put on that. I would have control over right. That would be. You can sell that data on your kids exactly exactly Google wanted. I'll give me enough money. I'll do it but the fact that it's a school doing it and it's only limited. The school is it's an opt out programme. You have to tell them. Please don't track my kids. Also parents who opt out doesn't make the system kind of the relevant While not only that. But it's also like even if you opt out you're still being tracked in away right like if if I'm not in school one day because I opted out of being in class and they have the tendency and they say oh. Alfred wasn't here. I mean like they have that data still omission of data is still like data that's collected. That is their point But yeah it's IT'S A it's a fascinating thing because I think there is a line like parents you know from our perspective. It's we are definitely willing to bend privacy rules. Yeah comes to keep our kids safe right. That's all priorities so but how it's done is the execution is really the key and like. I don't know like I said I mean like the school handle. It is the best thing I think. A lot of it comes down to like a heat of the moment kind of thing where it's like if there's a fire in the building like you wouldn't care about like privacy issues like I. The question is like how often is a building on fire and like. Would you want to have your privacy? Invaded the rest of the time. So that it would save you in that situation. It's an interesting to bake with school shootings in the frequency of school shootings and we can take off the table. The fact that maybe this thing doesn't even isn't but in terms of the argument like if you made the argument that this prevents one school shooting. I think for most parents that would be enough. I mean obviously once that's harder than yeah and I think that's why the argument is so compelling even though it may not be as effective as these companies claim. I mean. Yeah that's the idea right. They say you know you're trading off your privacy for safety but if you're not actually getting the safety that they're promising are you actually creating anything off right
Nature Week Morning I Spy
"Its nature week and today we've got some ice buys for you. That means all describe something. I'm seeing to you and you have to guess what I'm talking about. Here's the first one. I'm in a rainforest surrounded by giant trees squawking birds and tiny lizards screwing around. I also see an insect with big beautiful blue wings and tiny little antenna on top of its bitty head. What do I spy shouted out switcher bashing to the other side of the top of your mouth and make little circles with your toothbrush around each tooth? There are more than fifteen thousand different types of butterflies in the world before butterflies grow their stunning wings. They start off. As caterpillars caterpillars of like a worm and once a caterpillar is ready it will form a cocoon around itself kind of like a little shell and cocoon it. Turns into a Fabulous Butterfly switcher rushing to the bottom of your mouth and brush your front teeth to. Here's your next. I spy standing on hot sand and as they look around me I see flat dusty ground and cactuses a hawk screech and Tumbleweed Rolls. By in the dry wing. What do I spy? Where am I shall no Sir switcher brushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and don't brush
"2 25" Discussed on Morning Mantra
"Marin coach based in Denver Colorado. But this isn't a podcast belt running executive. Don't tell my clients but clear never really talking about running when you know crap test event is coming it helps the mantra to keep you centered and focus. I should move through it. You don't have to be an athlete to be. Hashtag coached and loved by coach. Mk and if you are here then you are. Hashtag winning at life. Today's mantra is spell. It out spell it out this weekend about an hour. Before the fitness protection livestream began. I received an e mail coach k. I am frustrated. May is now a toddler and I really want to train for a marathon this year. Or maybe a fast half. I discussed this with my spouse who promised to be supportive. It's almost march and I don't feel supported at all. I'm still doing everything for the kids and when I asked for help I get heavy size and passive aggressive pushback last week. She told me that she still has goals. And it's not fair to ask her to forget them. I don't know what to do. Should I give up on a race this year? You can hear my complete response in the running life podcast episode. That will drop in the next day or so. But there's an idea here I really want to pick apart. That's the notion of support Webster's definition of support is to endure bravely and quietly but in this case as in so many others. That's exactly what we get silence. But it's not what we asked for you. So you have to go all the way down to the fourth definition which is to hold up or serve or act as a foundation or prop for chances are pretty good. That's exactly what we were asking for. Here's the RUB. It's easy to offer to support a person or causes it. We care about just about. Anyone would silently bravely watch and observe all kinds of things meaning. We won't actively obstruct them. We will not work against them. Supporting can mean staying aside but being silent and staying side means that we will never actually reach the fourth definition. That thing most people need most was for someone to hold us up to serve to act as a foundation or prop up unless we spell out exactly what that looks like situation by situation now. I am not saying that you weren't getting what you want because you weren't asking correctly. That's Bollocks I am saying that it's easy to promise to be silent and get out of the way. It's also easy as for person to do that. It's much harder to ask for a bullet list of exactly what you need in order to be propped up or supported in a given situation and that ask will be much easier to say no to doesn't mean you don't deserve it just means we need to think about what support looks like and be really clear about what we are asking for. Silence action were both every time we ask for something as vague and yet as critical with as many definitions as work could possibly have as the word support actually does so the mantra in those moments when you realize that your spouse partner Co parent. Friend or coworker isn't doing the thing you really ask them to do that thing that you need them to do. Stop say to yourself. Spell it out spell it out then do that on paper make a list of what they are not doing that you expected and ask yourself. Did they actually agree to this? Would I have asked for this? Do I feel comfortable going back and asking for all of this and make sure you do this examination? This reflection without shame or judgment. This isn't about you. It's about getting what you need in. There are multiple ways to do that. No one person can be everything we need all of the time or even in a given situation. Maybe you actually do need everything on that list. Great there's nothing wrong with you. Maybe we can split that list up between a couple of people. It sure is easier and better and more interesting to real more people in then rule. Our Dreams out here coached loved. And you are when you're definitely winning at life if you subscribe my nose lament newsletter. Follow me.
Today's Mantra: Spell It OUT!
"Marin coach based in Denver Colorado. But this isn't a podcast belt running executive. Don't tell my clients but clear never really talking about running when you know crap test event is coming it helps the mantra to keep you centered and focus. I should move through it. You don't have to be an athlete to be. Hashtag coached and loved by coach. Mk and if you are here then you are. Hashtag winning at life. Today's mantra is spell. It out spell it out this weekend about an hour. Before the fitness protection livestream began. I received an e mail coach k. I am frustrated. May is now a toddler and I really want to train for a marathon this year. Or maybe a fast half. I discussed this with my spouse who promised to be supportive. It's almost march and I don't feel supported at all. I'm still doing everything for the kids and when I asked for help I get heavy size and passive aggressive pushback last week. She told me that she still has goals. And it's not fair to ask her to forget them. I don't know what to do. Should I give up on a race this year? You can hear my complete response in the running life podcast episode. That will drop in the next day or so. But there's an idea here I really want to pick apart. That's the notion of support Webster's definition of support is to endure bravely and quietly but in this case as in so many others. That's exactly what we get silence. But it's not what we asked for you. So you have to go all the way down to the fourth definition which is to hold up or serve or act as a foundation or prop for chances are pretty good. That's exactly what we were asking for. Here's the RUB. It's easy to offer to support a person or causes it. We care about just about. Anyone would silently bravely watch and observe all kinds of things meaning. We won't actively obstruct them. We will not work against them. Supporting can mean staying aside but being silent and staying side means that we will never actually reach the fourth definition. That thing most people need most was for someone to hold us up to serve to act as a foundation or prop up unless we spell out exactly what that looks like situation by situation now. I am not saying that you weren't getting what you want because you weren't asking correctly. That's Bollocks I am saying that it's easy to promise to be silent and get out of the way. It's also easy as for person to do that. It's much harder to ask for a bullet list of exactly what you need in order to be propped up or supported in a given situation and that ask will be much easier to say no to doesn't mean you don't deserve it just means we need to think about what support looks like and be really clear about what we are asking for. Silence action were both every time we ask for something as vague and yet as critical with as many definitions as work could possibly have as the word support actually does so the mantra in those moments when you realize that your spouse partner Co parent. Friend or coworker isn't doing the thing you really ask them to do that thing that you need them to do. Stop say to yourself. Spell it out spell it out then do that on paper make a list of what they are not doing that you expected and ask yourself.
"2 25" Discussed on Sensible People
"Follow us on twitter on instagram at sensible people. Remember to voicemail. We love hearing from you. Shoot us your ideas for one. Four eight five eight seven nine three four. That's four one. Four eight five eight seven nine three full. You can also text that along with the voice if you wanna leave us. Attacks feel free to use that number and we do have merchandise sensible people. Podcast dot com. Click on the shop. Tab you'll see a bunch of new patriotic collections for the summer comes in all shapes and sizes. We love when people buy those beach towel. Wrap your fucking sexy bodies up in our beach towel. Hopefully that orange monkey with the backwards hats right on your private part. Hope you guys enjoyed today's interview with todd. Wish neff hope you enjoyed mike. The millennial and the chat that we had about country music. We had a fun episode. We'll be back in a couple of weeks. In the meantime check us out on youtube and social media as mandy mentioned. Peace out piece all right. Sensible nation mandy. Bni's snuck back in the studio rugs gone but we found the clip that we were laughing. About and berating them about manny be hasn't heard it him what he tried to drop into the last episode professing his love for this new date fling so mandy. You're going to play it for real. I've never met a chick like she thinks she's such a hard ass. But i know deep down. She's actually soft managed. Tried this in what we were. Having like a complete normal conversation all obviously. It's very clearly like him like himself. Because we're gonna actually seconds. I'm like who do you think he was staring out. Empty space listening to what his mom people. I hope he was gone. And i'm going to continue to do it until she can't deny this. I think he was just saying the plan very well. Is he sober. John music in the background here. That sign off perfect.
"2 25" Discussed on Sensible People
"If you use the code sensible people go give the popcorn. Appa tried today. Would you think good times with tug right. Yeah all gasol always always interest us very interesting. I loved that story. I know it. I mean so the yom kippur massacre the fucking crux of the story is that the. Maybe one of the only jewish quarterbacks in the country at the time is the one who kills him in the best throws the what what is grandfather's call at the holy moly old those holy moly perfect time. Todd guys check out as you mentioned showtime you can check it out and who if you have hulu. Check out showtime series. It's called action. It's four episodes. Todd is a big feature part of that focuses on sports gambling. Awesome awesome stuff time so we have as you guys know. If you haven't heard before right now we are going to release mica. The millennial number three is he's back this one. Mike goes to the movies. If you guys haven't heard the previous to its on our youtube channel mica is based on my life growing up with my parents in the same house which is about to happen. Recent s actually about to happen in my life again. So there's gonna be more. Mike is coming but take a listen. Hope you like it. Mike goes to the movies. Oh my god. Ah family trip to the movies. I am so excited the fuck. Am i going to the movies with you to mike. Come on. it'll be fun. We haven't done this in so long. Fuck goes the movies anyways john..
"2 25" Discussed on Sensible People
"She's already todd. Wish coming up next. He's going to call in. He is a star of the showtime series action. You gary to. We are very excited to have a chat with the recreational gambler turned popular tv star from the hit series action on showtime mr. Todd wish todd thanks for coming on today. My closure todd part of this newfound popularity is really because your personality shined while filming the show. You could be seen in the sports book at the south point shouting at games. Everybody kinda loved you. You became a fan favorite. How talk to us a little bit about the reality of that portrayal and then also what was it like to be a part of. That show's production. I guess the reality that portrayal was pretty real. I do sit there and scream at the. Tv's and everybody around me So that was that was pretty real I do contend that if you yell out enough to the tv somehow they can hear you inside there yet and You know. I won't bet on that but you know you never know i'd like yeah that's the so that's the reality of that. What was the what was the second part. Only the The production of yeah. It was it was interesting. I mean i. I wasn't really there was no plan for me to be on the show. That just happened to meet me there in the sports book and they liked me and then they asked me you know if i could be in the rest of the show and could they come to my house and watch me work for a day. And could they come to l. A. and visit indiana and all that stuff stuff that was That was all kind of on the fly. I think they decided that they had somebody. So todd were gaining. Were they like scouting in the sports books or did they just kind of notice you. And that's how they picked. I think cracking burger. You know the bill. The who has since become friends with the the professional gambler on the show up told me that the you know the day that they that they found me they were like. Oh we have to. We have to have this guy. I don't think they were actually scouting. They just they just met me and they want to the first part where they meet me in the an upset one is actually where they i talked to me. It was money. Yeah when when i was talking about you know You know gambling being legal and betting on the bengal against the steelers. You've another mysterious fan So that was all the first time they met me how todd how his life changed for you over the last month for being in this show action Life is pretty much the same..
"2 25" Discussed on Sensible People
"I've always eighteen when i never listened to in high school or anything but i can't say like a of kids you know. I grew up north every walker. But then i went down to bloomington indiana for school. Oh my god yes short. I smashed three bloomberg. I'm head be huge down there everywhere. Country concert come on tight asses in the country. No country concert under under as we record right now is going on. Which is there's only two in the country in arizona and in twin lakes wisconsin which is not far from where we record. Well how does that sound any fun. It's one hundred degrees out humidity. It's awful walking around with a bunch of hill rides shotguns off on air in september. I'm hoping to go to to country concerts. Came brown and thomas raw. You can't even. Hey i hope this fades for. Should i get belt. Buckle spurs you guys. Have to dress me that could be. I'll let you address me on his belt. Buckle to be our Yeah that's just raw. Just raw dispersed boots with the spurs the boots with the for all right so tell us like some of the artists or songs that you like. I i'm i'm really indicate brown right now. I like thomas rhett alah. Obviously tim mcgraw and garth brooks are like you're on your chris stapleton florida georgia line. What about jake owen. That jacob good drinking of my my. I call them. My stepfather jaekle is really good. And there's a new song out there called rumor..
"2 25" Discussed on Sensible People
"He probably threw me right under. The i just i just walked away and then i just played that clip. I love and all by himself down here. You have a fear of missing out on pussy. You're exhausted tale. i. I just can't ever pass it up. It could be eleven thirty twelve o'clock on a school night. I like to call it. Oh my god. I just love fucking pussy soul. I can't. I can't know while you're young. Get it in the episode title. I just love fucking pussy. So it's i definitely hold the post on a platter. We continue to joke. I'm living vicariously through stories right. I said how good is this growing. He's like she's great. Great whatever like how great is she. Ain't no prowl. threesome yet. Wait are you gonna prolapse. You said no anal. But i'm working on it. I'm working the biggest thing is you've got to have at least like a couple of three sons. I'll sit in the corner. Watch weight that know that young buck as you like to call him yeah and he was like hey can you come over and let me shoot my load. Whatever whoa and then he goes. We make then money say. Can we make a movie tonight. Yeah and i said no. I guess maybe he matt a nice movie start talking about three thousand now. I stopped talking all right..