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"3 11" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:38 min | Last week

"3 11" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

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"3 11" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:31 min | Last week

"3 11" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He was a starting quarterback. He was never challenged. Monday's announcement said, okay, he's no longer on scholarship. That sent the message to the locker room. I'm like, okay, he has to play well, just like I do to keep my job. And then Wednesday, he makes the change to Mike white. So I think sala did a good job there. A reading the room and getting ahead of it before it became a real problem. Last thing, Brian, you know what? Through all the negativity this week with the quarterback situation, although I do agree, I think the Jets have handled it well. When you take a step back and you assess where the organization is, listen, I've seen them with terrible GMs with Mike mcadam, John izak, right? The list is usually pretty long there. Terrible head coach is Adam Gase. Look, Todd Bowles may be a nice guy, not a very good head coach. You're seeing that in Tampa. Do you want to take a step back and kind of assess the entire organization of the team? Are they going in the right directions? What they've brought in, did woody Johnson finally get it right with Douglas and Robert sala. Well, let's give Christopher Johnson some credit because he didn't hire those guys why woody was in England. So I do think they are clearly heading in the right direction, right? This team is fun to watch most weeks. It wasn't last week, but they have been fun to watch this season. Their defense is a playoff team defense right now. Their playoff caliber defense. There's young stars all over the place with some of them are hurt right now, breeze hauls her, Elijah bear Tucker's hurt, but you got sauce gardener, Quinn and Williams in the stud. So they're going in the right direction. This scene has more talent than the last since the last 5 or 6 years. The problem is what we hit on before. There's a big hole at quarterback. And that's the most important position in sports. And so it's nice to have a great roster, but you got to get the quarterback, right? And they haven't done that. So that's going to be a big test for them. This off season figuring out what they want to do at quarterback because even if they make the playoffs this year, I think they're a one and done the playoffs. I don't think anyone thinks this is a Super Bowl team. It'll be just a nice step for them. Well, next year they should be contenders. And it's going to really be dependent on what they do at quarterback. All right, last question. I have to throw this in. I'm going to give you three names list in order that you think the possibility is or the likelihood that they're going to be a jet next year. Aaron Rodgers, Jimmy Garoppolo, Derek Carr. Jimmy Garoppolo one, because the coaching staff here loves him from their time in San Francisco. I've been the only question is does Jimmy win the Super Bowl in San Francisco and end up staying there. I was a Derek Carr too, 'cause I think Carr makes a lot of sense. As well as a guy who's been coming here and run things efficiently. I think Aaron Rodgers is three. The money with Aaron Rodgers makes me pause. That is a big contract to take on. And also, so part of the narrative, if Aaron Rodgers leaves Green Bay is going to be he didn't like Matt Lafleur, right? Well, just offensive coordinator's name is Michael flore. And this is a smell of little brother. So I just, I don't see Aaron going from one level to another. I think Garoppolo and car make a lot more sense. Unless he wants to stick it to matlab for ha, I can win with your brother. I came home with you. Yeah, maybe he does that. Who knows? I remember the trick you gotta read. He's not fun to talk to. I've tried and I've tried a couple of times. There's no question about that. Brian castell New York Jets be reported for the New York Post Brian happy holidays appreciate the time. You too, thanks for having me. Great stuff there from Brian Costello. Yeah. There in Rogers thing, man. That is intriguing to say the least. He's not young, right? I mean, he's 37, right? He looks like a John Wick character these days with that crazy hair of his. I mean, in fact, he looks, can I say it? Does he look ridiculous art? Is that fair to say? He looks ridiculous. He looks ridiculous. I agree. He's trying to be like a biker guy, but he's not a biker guy. He's Aaron Rodgers, right? I don't think the skills have diminished, I think he just, I think he's checked out and he's 38, actually, just turned, well, wait, wait a minute, he's gonna be, yeah, he just turned, well, he's 30, he'll be 39, by the way, in a week. December 2nd, he turns 39. Wow. Sharon Rogers is gonna be third letters here. Just for everybody out there and packer land, then yourself today. REL. Relax. Relax. He's a strange cat. But he's great. One of the greatest quarterbacks in history. He is. I mean, Aaron Rodgers is one of the greatest quarterbacks in history. His touchdown to interception ratio is over four and a half touchdowns to interceptions. He finally threw his hundredth interception this year art. Finally. Wow. And what is this? You're 17, right? I mean, he finally reached a hundred interceptions. He is, in fact, he has not had a season with double digit interceptions since 2010. That's insane. That's amazing. And ten. He's got 7 and 11 games. He could get it this year, but I don't think so. Yes, I actually thrown 7 interceptions in a season art since 2016. He's automatic, but I don't think it's look, you know, Drew Brees played toys, like 42, 43, whatever. Brady's playing at 45, still playing a pretty high level. If you think you are a quarterback away from potentially winning the Super Bowl, the jets legitimately might be a quarterback away from winning a Super Bowl. I don't know what Green Bay can get for 39 year old quarterback, right? Maybe a day two pick.

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"3 11" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:53 min | Last week

"3 11" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Well, there's 7 weeks left. So I think there's time still to figure that out. But there's obviously this move is tells you everything you need to know. You're not the guy right now. They don't believe in him to be the guy. So can he come back in yes, because I've seen him before, the jet bench Mark Sanchez in 2012, Greg mcelroy gets hurt Sanchez's back in there. They bench trying if it's Patrick. Roy's petty got hurt, Ryan Fitzpatrick's back in. There's a long way to go here. So, you know, who knows what's going to happen with Mike white, the jets play the bears this week, which is sort of a soft landing spot. And I think that they should have success against them. The following two weeks are at the Vikings and at the bills. So I think the Vikings are ferocious on defense, but they're a good team and they could test Mike white and then the builder a good defense and that's going to be a test for him. So if he stumbled in those games, we could see Zach Wilson again before the end of the year and the jets. I think it's also about where the jets are in the playoff position. That played a big role in this decision. The Jets have a shot here. 6 and four to make the playoffs. This team hasn't been in the playoffs since 2010. The longest drought in the NFL, that hangs over this building. And they have a chance to snap that streak and kind of rewrite things a little bit. Maybe if they make the playoffs, it's a different feeling around here. So they've got a role with like white for as long as they feel like the playoffs are possibility. If they drop out of things, then yeah, I think you put Zach Wilson back in there and see what you got. Then decisions are made about what you're going to do in free agency and the draft. Brian, I'm a jet fan lifelong jet fan, my hair has gotten significantly lighter and wider because of that. 37 years of jet fan because you couldn't get giant tickets back then, so I ended up going to check games, but here's what it is, Brian, you know, Joe Douglas by all means, I think, is in a phenomenal job taking taking a terrible roster and turning it into a team that has incredible young talent a dominating defense and, you know, potential for long-term success, but he thought he got his quarterback didn't and that's a huge slight obviously on his resume. How do you assess Joe Douglas considering he's made great moves, but the biggest move he's made hasn't panned out. What does that mean for him and the legacy that he hasn't addressed it? Yeah, it's tough because that was the big one. You know, that was the big pick was getting the quarterback right and remember. They had a big decision there to make with Sam darnold, whether to move on from him and they decided to move on from Sam darnold and they took Zach Wilson and that was a very defining moment for Joe Douglas. And right now it doesn't look good. However, like you said, he's done a good job in other regards here. And this draft class this year could be historic. You know, Bruce hall was going to be a rookie of the year candidate before he got hurt. Sauce gardener is the leading candidate for defensive rookie of the year. They're getting good play from Garrett Wilson when he has good quarterback play. They've gotten a lot of production from this rookie class. And last year's class also looks pretty good. So he's done a good job in that regard and he's added some quality free agents. It's going to be tough for him though. Zach Wilson fails to just sort of manage around that and it's going to be something interesting to see what they do. I think they'll probably bring in a free agent quarterback in the off season and like go for it next year. They have to win next year, especially if they miss the playoffs this year. So I think ultimately, you know, Douglas could I don't think he's going to get him fired Zach Wilson necessarily because I think he's done enough other stuff, but they're going to have to figure something out of quarterback for 2023. Brian, from all indications, it's a close knit group of guys in that locker room you hear guys say, hey, I'm hanging out with my friends. It's fun playing on Sunday with my friends. Robert sala, I think is a, you know, home run pick to be the head coach. He has shown that the way he's handled the locker room and even his exes and knows you don't hear a lot of clock management issues, things like that. Was this locker room from what you've seen and heard Brian being around these guys? Was it truly starting to splinter because of Zach Wilson and the fact that there's such a gap between the offense and the defense? I'll splinter the right word because I don't think it was really directed at Zack more than the entire offense. And I think Salah did a good job of just nipping it in the bud before it gets faster, right? I was around this team where Mark Sanchez this year and you remember they had great defenses and the offense, especially the offense always kind of lagged behind but as the time went on with Sanchez it got worse and worse with the offense and you could feel the splinter in that group. There was basically two teams. I don't think it got to that point here because I think Robert hollow was quick enough to understand Sunday Night that it could go that way if he went with it until Monday he comes out and announces everything's on the table where it basically heats for me the announcement said Zach Wilson's no longer on scholarship here. Because that was always kind of the feeling. He walked in here.

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"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

04:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Is anyone think they're going to win that game? Absolutely. Okay, absolutely not. Then Kansas City here, no. Of course not. No, you can scratch the two. They're going to lose one of the chiefs games by 30. Arizona here, maybe, depends on who the quarterback is or actually better with colt McCoy than they are with kylo Murray. Then they're at the rams, rams are dreadful, just about as bad as the Broncos are in disappointing offensively, but it's still a road game. Then they're at Kansas City in January. Before they finish with the Chargers. So I understand looking for incremental progress in looking for signs that Russ is playing a little better. The offense is clicking a little better with a new play caller. But realistically, given what's left on the schedule, how are you going to know? What is that going to look like? Because there's going to be games points quite frankly. I mean, that's really what we're going to talk about is, yeah, they were more efficient in 2024. Well, I'll take it. I'll take it at this point. Show me that you can be somewhat competent and not all out pathetic. It'd be nice, Chad. It'd be nice to watch, that's all. That's all you know who's not all out pathetic, but who had a bad night last night. That's the avalanche. Haven't gotten into them this morning. Let's do that next on Denver sports station one O four three in the fan. In this morning for schiller than Evans, here's Chad Andrews

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"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

04:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Need any type of downfield playmaker. Any type of speed threat, any type of game breaker option. What about Jerry Judy? Please. What about Jerry Judy? He's had some nice moments this season. You're ready to write. So do you think the Broncos will pick up his 5th year option? 'cause they have to do it. I believe it's before the start of the league year, which is mid March. I do. I do, because they don't have any offensive weapons. And can he be a competent offensive weapon? Yes, he can. I think he could excel as a slot receiver. I agree with playing underneath. The challenge with Jerry Judy is he has impeccable footwork in route running and you can stack him up with anybody in the league in that category to run routes and get open. Okay? But in the NFL, you're not open by 7 yards all the time when you do that like you were at Alabama. So you have to make catches in traffic. You have to make contested catches. He does not do that. He did win Seattle when he gets wide open. That was another throwing ball in that touchdown. You can drop the ball in. He's great, and he can be a useful receiver, but he is not a game breaker. He is not a number one game plan for him. He is a threat that is going to break our backs. We have to lock in on Jerry Judy. In the scouting report for other teams. That just, that's not the player he is. It doesn't mean it can't be an effective player. But when you're talking about guys like this, right? Tim Patrick is a very good player and is probably their best receiver if he can come back healthy. Courtland Sutton has been a good player, but they don't have a true number one. Why don't they need another tight end to pair with dulcich. They need a running game. Like there is no one that a defense has to come into against Denver and say, oh God, we're in trouble if we can't contain this guy. There's no one that scares an opposing defense. And in part, I am gonna say this. This is where Broncos country might get angry with me because everybody wants to have something to cling on to and think that as a positive and as good about this team and that is the defense and you can not fault the defense for almost anything this season as hard as they played as well as they played and even going through some of the injuries of their own. But

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"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

07:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Yes. And he's done it before. Correct. Here's my point. This is where then Nathaniel Hackett has to be the adult in the room. And he has to, and if it means hurt feelings and if it means yelling at him and if it means that the relationship is no longer hunky Dory, then he needs to do it. You just told me that this is the kind of throw that he missed yesterday that led to a sack that ended a drive that he has done before in Seattle. He can do it. Sure, then you gotta make him do it. And if he decides he wants to play hero ball, you wrote hero ball in the parentheses. If he decides he wants to play hero ball, it is your responsibility as a coach. To tell him, that's not going to fly. That's not going to work. Right. And if you refuse to do that, then you're unemployed. Simple as that. I mean, that last the last sack we talked about where you have to throw it short of the change and hope that coral and sudden can break a tackle. The tough block and that based upon the way you called the protection, you had a slide to the left and what had been happening is now to their credit, they were in a man coverage, they got you with their linebacker went all the way over, but he was in man coverage on the back on the opposite side. But when the back went to cut, he looped around, he got the sack, but here's it wasn't the defensive end. They got cut. It was actually the linebacker came through and got the sack. But here's the part. When your back gets eaten up, you got to know that. You got to know that's what we call there's a different terminology for it. I always called it a Butch rush. Meaning that you're just you're a man coverage. And when your God walks, go trigger. Some people call it a book rush, our book blitz. You have to read the book. When the guy blocks, go. Book blitz. Makes sense, right? So whatever you want to call it, you can call it whatever you want. But as a quarterback, you've got to know where you're unprotected. And the other thing is, you got to fall away from the tough block. The tough block is the running back going to block a defensive end. right there, fall away from that, just drift a little bit away from the toughest block to buy yourself all the time. And you could see that he knew he saw it, and then it was like, and one thing, a Russell, say what you want. He sees the rush. That's not a compliment. That's a criticism. That dude is supposed to feel it, not see it. You're not supposed to look at it. No. I need to show you that play again. You could see his body go. We've seen it now. The quick flinch. The quick dart down, you know? Yeah. Yep. We've seen it. We flinched Tim neylan. You just called Tom Dale and Tim. Because when he got voted to a Pro Bowl, somebody in the Adolf was local media or SportsCenter, said, Pro Bowl or Tim navy. All you must have just. Oh my God. Then we call them Flynn Tim. 'cause if you go like, you know, you walk by somebody and you give them one of those fake punches. And if he flinches. Such a bully. Even in a room full of 300 pound men you're still a bully. Both then she Tim navy. So scared. Anyone come after you? Yeah, but you got to be on the offense all the time. Always, you're right. You just kept going off. You're right. You have to go to the offense. A 100% of the time. Leave it at this. Okay. Go ahead. Playoffs. Aren't a possibility. Oh my gosh. Is this thing fixable? Playoffs are not a possibility. Is this is this? Because I'll leave you with this. And then we'll get to the age report. I'll leave you with this. If the last four or 5 games we can get an undeniable sign that this offense is starting to click, that hack it and Wilson are starting to get on the same page. And they start scoring above 20 points, 24 mixed in a 27, maybe hit a 30, then it can still be a successful season. Because then you can feel like you're building on something. And you can feel like, okay. Rather than blowing up an entire new coaching staff and start all over again, we can have some continuity and we can point to these last four or 5 games as proof of that. Do you see any possibility of that happening? As the way they're currently doing things, no. Just remember this. To win back to back world championships, John Elway had a relinquish being John Elway to a point. You want to win championships John? We're going to run the football. We're going to take that load off of you. The only time you're going to be heavy in that from the work part is on third downs. On second down and long situation, right? Otherwise, we're taking that off of you, but by taking that off and you were going to be a better football team and we're going to give you a chance instead of carrying a football team that probably doesn't belong in a world championship game. We're going to help carry you and you're just going to provide that spark and critical moments. And that was a good enough formula went back to back world championships. There's nothing wrong with that formula. And it's a formula that needs to be used here today. Will Russell Wilson allow that to happen. Time after your injury report presented by Zoom care, the big ones that will await more word on today, Jerry Judy. Is it the simply an ankle or an Achilles of some sort? My close afterwards was saying it doesn't seem to be as serious as it first looked. Graham Glasgow will get an update on. As well as some of the other K one Williams got banged up with his niece. So it's an injury epidemic and we'll get an update on all that later on today. Keep it right here. Your injury report presented by Zoom care visits who care dot com to learn more about their beyond better urgent and primary healthcare clinics in Denver and boulder today, Mark, you will immerse yourself in the film. I can't wait to see what observations you have. We'll get to that coming up tomorrow right now. The players club coming up next. Hey, it's Mike Evans. Silt to heart motors understand sometimes bad things happen to good people. That includes bankruptcy. If that is you, you can still purchase a car at filter with zero money down in almost all cases. This is a program they've been doing for 20 5 years. The dealership itself is almost 60. Family owned business that is proud of their reputation and proud to be a huge part of the Broomfield community. If you file bankruptcy, silt a hard motors can help. Zero down and no payments for 45 days in almost all cases. Contact team zero down at 720-446-9222 or online at STH motors dot com.

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Schlereth and Evans

02:52 min | Last month

"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"To the back. It's harder to see them, right? You get lost. All of a sudden you flag that ball out there, right? That guy takes it, you rip it out from underneath his arms, and then you sink, you get small, you hide behind the line of scrimmage. And defenders lose you. They lose the quarterback, they lose the running back for a second. They all of a sudden you pop up, you snap around, and you've gotten sucked up because you're looking or your feet have stopped because you're looking. And you're like, oh shoot, where is he? Especially with a guy that's smaller in stature. Right. So now all of a sudden they're going, guess what? Because ball wasn't by your head because somebody's running a shallow cross behind you or a low cross behind you. And it's an automatic 12 yard reception and they can't cover it and then he turns it up and gets 26 yards and explosive. And if you do that from shotgun, everybody can see it. There is no deception in that. So if you can get I'm not saying you have to be 70, 30%. But if you can get close to 50 50, it would help your offense tremendously. You've made it known you've bragged about the fact that you haven't Nathaniel Hackett's here. Sat down with him and bragged about it. You've bragged about it. Bragged about it. I don't think Brown bragged about it. You send him a text and say, yo, man, we were hashing it out on the radio today. Can you take my advice and maybe think about trying some more of these things? They didn't, Jacksonville, at least in the red zone they do it. Now we got to see it the rest of the field. You got to give, here's what you have to do. You're up front, you're not that good. You have got to call a game plan and call a game to take as much pressure and put those guys as the aggressors as often as possible. Well, he had a week. To sit back, self scout, look at things, watch other teams. Let's see. Let's see, let's see if Nathaniel Hackett has something different in store as they get ready to get back to work. Starting today. Hey, it's Mike Evans. Silt to heart motors understand sometimes bad things happen to good people. That includes bankruptcy. If that is you, you can still purchase a car at filter with zero money down in almost all cases. This is a program they've been doing for 25 years. The dealership itself is almost 60. Family owned business that is proud of their reputation and proud to be a huge part of the Broomfield community. If you file bankruptcy, silt a hard motors can help. Zero down and no payments for 45 days in almost all cases. Contact team zero down at 720-446-9222 or online at STH motors dot com.

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07:08 min | Last month

"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Wilt Chamberlain last night for most triple doubles by a center. Nate, here's the other big thing that I'm noticing with Nikola Jokić in the first part. It's only 8 games, but what you're seeing from Nikola Jokić is becoming the great facilitator. He's not looking to shoot as much. He's not looking to score as much. His shot attempts field goal attempts are down by almost 6 attempts per game, his scoring is down 7 points per game, but his assist is up over an assist per game more than last year. And I think this is all great. I'm not saying, oh, look, look at Nicole yogi, she's having a slow start. This is by design, he's looking to get guys back in grain like Jamal Murray, Michael Porter junior, new guys like Bruce Brown and kentavious Caldwell Pope. I love it. This guy, he's got his individual glory with the MVPs. He wants the team glory and figures the best way to do that. Hey, let's get everybody involved. Let's get everybody a taste. Let's get everybody feeling good about their games. And if I can help it, by passing more rather than shooting less, so be it. He's the ultimate team player and you saw it last year in the playoffs. He can't do it by himself, right? You get a couple injuries. Obviously those are big injuries last year. Michael Porter junior and Jamal Murray. But he tried to do it himself. He couldn't. You need to get these guys confident in their shooting abilities. You need to unlock the potential of these other guys on your team and get them going early. I like what he's doing there and I think that it's going to pay dividends down the stretch. So June over to a football, again, will Peterson scrappy will busy on the Denver fan front page, writing at ESPN names the Broncos a trade deadline winner. Do you view what George Payton did as a win? Big win for the Broncos. No, I'm not a big win. I guess it's a win because you got back some pics that you desperately need because of Russell Wilson. Acquisition. But I think time will tell. If it's a big win, if Bradley Chubb ends up having a perennial Pro Bowl, maybe even all pro kind of career in Miami and then that first round pick ends up being the 29th pick because the niners go far and then who do you get? I mean, we got to see how this thing plays out. Chase Edmonds, I'm excited to have that guy because he's a change of pace back for sure a lot different than Melvin Gordon and latavius Murray. So I wouldn't say the big winners, but yeah, you're definitely feeling a need. George maiden loves his picks. He's talked about that. He loves his picks. Now he's got some more picks to work with. Yeah, but I think to talk about the need for more picks, it's in direct proportion how bad Russell Wilson has been this year because when the trade was made and they gave up that hall, the immediate reaction was not okay, now you've got to go scramble and you got to make moves and trade people to go recoup some of those picks. The idea was, hey with Russell Wilson, he steps in, you become an instant contender, and hey, George Payton has proven to be really adept in drafting rounds three, four, 5. So even if you don't have a first and second round pick, hey, it's not the end of the world. Paid will make it work, right? That was the narrative. Let's not try to rewrite history. That's what people were talking about. That's what we were talking about here in the aftermath of that trade. Suddenly now it's important for paying to get picks back. Why? Because Russell Wilson has been a huge disappointment. That's why. Yeah, and you were banging the drum for waiting a year to sign him to a new contract, right? Mike, you were one of the only guys here doing that. I feel like his most recent body of work last season wasn't very heavily weighted in analyzing what this guy was all about. He went 6 and 8 last year. 6 and 8 with the same basically team that Geno Smith got on a roll right now. And the blame was put on his finger. And he rushed it back. And so he wasn't playing his best football. That to me, that's an excuse. I think we should have viewed Russell Wilson's worth through a different lens. And it's obviously too late to do that. Yeah, the panic that we got to get him sorry, we got to get him signed. And for the guys, James mariette will Peterson D Mac or just like, hey, give them whatever he wants. Give them 300 million guaranteed. Right. Can you imagine if they had done that? Yeah. Can you imagine if the silly narrative of you got a sign him right now because the price tags are only going to go up based on what deshaun Watson signed for was silly that there was no way anybody was going to go over the deshaun Watson deal because the deshaun Watson deal is despised by all the NFL owners and you think that big pockets, the first thing he does 5 minutes after buying the team is going to come out and give a contract that's going to tick off all the new owners that he's now part of the billionaire club with. No way. No way. So it was incredibly short sighted not being able to read in the market, but this is where we're at now and maybe the need to have more draft picks. A quick question for you. Yeah. On this front. Do you think if Russell Wilson hadn't been signed? If he right now was playing on his old contract, would he be playing better football? Oh. That's a great hold that. I want to get back to that one. I like that one. Staying on the Denver fan front page, Jake Shapiro writes, von Miller, president of the Patreon fan club. As Vaughn doing a podcast with Richard Sherman, run the ball. Yeah, says that he's a big fan of pat Sur tan. And one of the quotes he said is he's going to be the best corner in the game, raved about his technique. Help me help other Bronco fans out there listening, especially from a receiver standpoint, okay? You're a pass catcher in the NFL. Wide receiver tight end. I think that sometimes we struggle to quantify paths or tan's impact on a game because he's not being thrown at. And occasionally we'll see him in a run play, he'll tackle a guy, but we wonder, okay, is he making that big of an impact on the game? Because the box score says he isn't. You tell me. As somebody who's out there running past routes, when you have a patch or Chan out there locking down one side of the field was due to an offense. Well, my experience with the corner similar to pastor Tana's with champ Bailey. And the champ Bailey effect is, no, it depends on the offensive coordinator, not every offensive coordinator is going to be like, I'm not throwing to him some are like, we're going to test him. You know, we're going to go at him. We're not afraid of 24, then champ Bailey. Well, we're not afraid of two, but then you try it. He stops it. And then you move along. You're like, okay, maybe there is a reason people aren't throwing to him. So it allows you as a defense to dial up some things that you wouldn't have otherwise. It allows you to understand, we got that side taken care of. Let's put more resources over here.

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"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

05:57 min | Last month

"3 11" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

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"3 11" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"3 11" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

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"3 11" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

06:24 min | 9 months ago

"3 11" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Only vomited once. Come on, shut down. This is gonna be a real party, isn't it? Now, before the party begins, let's go over the details. Encouraging people to party. That's what it's all about. Now getting the party started from the palatial bob and sherry studios is bob and Jerry. All right, it's Friday. We made it through another week. We've got the doctor room coming up. We have comedian Angela Johnson, the people's movie critic is reviewing The Batman. And what started as a Reddit post has kind of jumped the fence and gone viral and maybe you've seen it in your news feed. Have you seen what's happening in Russia since McDonald's announced that they were closing all 800 plus locations in the country. Burglars, hamburgers are everywhere. What's going on? Just about one guy went to McDonald's and bought everything. It looks like everything they had and packed it into his fridge. Because he doesn't want to be without his McDonald's burgers and fries. People are people are selling stuff at McDonald's. Like, and I don't know how to, I don't know how to translate Russian rubles into dollars, but I think that a Coke, some fries and some nuggets for 35,000 rubles is probably more than it costs at McDonald's. People are I don't know. Very much right now. It's like less than a penny. Well, there's a website in Russia that's basically like a classified like a one ad kind of a thing. It's called a V two. And it is overwhelmed with people selling McDonald's products. This little, you know, the little tubs of sauces for the McNuggets. Yeah, fries, cokes, Big Macs, you name it. It is blown up with people who went to McDonald's, the lines to get into a McDonald's and Russia, the drive-through lines. It was like they were giving away eternal life. It was insane. And now you've got this one Russian website, absolutely crashing with people trying to sell things that they bought at McDonald's. How many rubles was it, sherry? 35,000? 35,000? He's going to quote that. I just love this so much because this is such an iconic American business. I mean, what's more American than McDonald's? The only thing I can come up with is Coca-Cola. And they pulled out too. And so did Pepsi Cola. And people, people love American products. Did you find it? 35,000 rubles is 300 U.S. dollars. Wow. I saw one in my news feed. Somebody had translated it into, I think it was the Euro. And so I was able to figure out that one person was selling a Big Mac, you know, the combo meal, the drink, the fries, the Big Mac, for just over $300. And I've seen higher than I've seen higher than that. Yeah. It is absolutely crazy. And those old accounts, they've got a lot of money. So take out take out the fact that it's McDonald's and people love McDonald's and they don't want to live without their Big Mac and fries. And what we're seeing here right now. And this is what was so interesting to me. What we're seeing here right now is free market capitalism on fire in Russia. Because we have a supply demand situation. We have instant scarcity because McDonald's is closing. And so there's a limited supply and what are they doing? I mean, how does Putin not see the insane reality here that the very people that he oppresses are going at free market capitalism like they're on fire. That's all this is. They love American products. They don't make crap except for guns and for petroleum and the aluminum. The Coca-Cola finally kazaki has said no more Coca-Cola. So there's still probably a lot of product in Russia, but it won't be long before that's gone. And you can't get Pepsi. All right, so no Coke, no Pepsi. What do you got? Kremlin Cola? That's probably horrible. If there is such a product, they don't have Kremlin Cola, they have something that I can't pronounce. The Kremlin is telling Russians that they don't need the American West Coca-Cola McDonald's. They should be drinking something. It starts with a tea and it's green and it's carbonated and it tastes like tarragon. The spice tarragon. Good luck with that. I'm sorry. I don't know how to pronounce it tark something tarkin. Yeah, so it's not like they don't have equivalent. And in fact, not only did they did this Russian propaganda thing out of the Kremlin tell the people, forget Coca-Cola, drink this bright green carbonate it tarragon beverage, and tarragon, I think, tastes a little bit like licorice maybe. And then they were showing like, who needs a Big Mac, when you can have this, and I don't know what it was, but it looked like it looked like a brown thing filled with more brown things and leaking some brown sauce. Some sort of a pot pie kind of a thing? Yeah. Yeah. You can stomp on the Russian people. And by the way, never confuse the Russian people with Vladimir Putin. As many Russian people are protesting and risking 15 years in prison to fight this war, you can oppress the Russian people, but when it hits the fan, they are the good they are good capitalists. They are making some bank on those French fries. And that is a very interesting thing to think about, isn't it? It is. We got more on stage coming up. We got the docker room. We got Angela Johnson. We got the people's movie critic, bob and sherry. Bob and sherry won a marry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third, fourth time? No judgment here. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce.

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Will You Support the Food for the Poor Campaign?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 9 months ago

Will You Support the Food for the Poor Campaign?

"It was a God thing. I prayed that we would hit our $40,000 food for the poor goal for the month of March. And we did. No question you did it. You came through. In fact, in one day you donated over 15,000. It's kind of a cool story. We were in a little over 25,000 of our $40,000 goal. And I prayed that we could have enough people reach out with a tax deductible donation of maybe 50, a hundred, 150, maybe a $1000 to help us get to our $40,000 goal. I got the report at the end of the day. It was 40,000 $113. We just got barely over our goal, which is a God thing. God answered our prayer. Now, everybody has kind of slowed slowed down. We've all sort of pumped the brakes on our campaign. And I don't want that to happen. You can bless these children. And it is a blessing. It's Friday, maybe it was payday for you. Pay it forward a little bit. I'm going to pray that a hundred people can join my hundred club. If we get a hundred people to donate a $100, we'll get $10,000, and that will take us to almost $60,000. I think we can do it. Do you have a $100 you could spare to feed a child for a year? Somewhere in our hemisphere and provide clean drinking water for life. You've seen the images of these terrified kids in Ukraine. These children are God's children and we can make a difference in their lives. Food for the poor is one of the world's most prominent Christian relief ministries. I'm so proud to be a part of their organization and share our spring campaign with you. We have millions of listeners. Do we have a hundred people in the world who can donate a $100? I think we can. Please go to Mike online dot com and click on that give life banner at the top of the page.

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Tucker Carlson: We Deserve to Know About the Biolabs Research

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Tucker Carlson: We Deserve to Know About the Biolabs Research

"Tucker Carlson, a guy I admire very, very much, had a pretty extensive monologue revisiting this as he has done the last couple of nights on his show on Fox News. I thought it was worth a listen. And the truth is, we're not interested in what Russian propagandists say about these Ukrainian bio labs, they're not interested in what the propaganda is at CNN say about these bio labs. We're Americans. So we would like, in fact, we think we have a right to demand the Biden administration to answer simple questions straightforward questions. These are obviously questions important enough to make Tory Nuland very nervous. But why? We don't know. They won't answer. So instead we did some digging of ourselves to see what we could find. And here's what we came up with. The day after Russia invaded Ukraine, Robert Pope, the man who heads the cooperative threat reduction program at DoD, sat for an interview with the website bulletin of the atomic scientists. Pope was the man in charge of securing or eliminating Soviet era bio weapons. So he knows a lot about the subject. Maybe more than anyone else. But it turns out that not all of these Soviet weapons are being destroyed or even secured and Pope acknowledged that in the interview, which apparently seen and didn't see. According to his interview, Pope said the lab's quote may hold pathogen strains left over from the Soviet bioweapons program, preserved in freezers for research purposes. Pope said that quote, scientists being scientists, it wouldn't surprise me if some of these strain collections in some of these laboratories still have pathogen strains that go all the way back to the origins of that program. In other words, because as pump put it, scientists are scientists, they don't want to destroy all the bioweapons. Instead, they're using them to conduct new bioweapons research.

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Mike Gallagher Is Officially on Truth Social

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Mike Gallagher Is Officially on Truth Social

"The world seems confused, I somehow got on to truth social because I whined about it and within 5 minutes I made it. So I'm on. At radio talker Mike, this is a platform that gives people an alternative to Twitter and Facebook and the big tech giants and so I've already got 7 followers. How cool is that?

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Are Listeners Arguing That Putin Is Doing Good, Blowing up Ukraine?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 9 months ago

Are Listeners Arguing That Putin Is Doing Good, Blowing up Ukraine?

Maureen Callahan: Woktivists Love Decisiveness

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 9 months ago

Maureen Callahan: Woktivists Love Decisiveness

"Callahan writes of joy Reid's reaction in others, how perverse. How narcissistic, but this kind of virtue signaling is always in the service of self regard, Maureen Callahan writes the woke speakers subtext is, look at me. Look how much more evolved I am on these matters than you. Appreciate me. Marvel at my ability to sniff out racial animus, especially when none exists. Maureen Callahan says, for a faction that ostensibly values equality and unity woke to this, sure love to sow divisiveness while burnishing their own superiority. And of joy Reid, that as Maureen Callahan describes her, that great embarrassment to MSNBC. She writes Vladimir Putin is targeting women, children and babies. He bombed a children's hospital, a maternity hospital, and oh, by the way, please, please don't think this is all staged, that it's a false flag that the maternity hospital wasn't bombed. Again, as was just confirmed, Russia admitted it. Putin's soldiers are shooting fleeing civilians, assured safe passage, dead in the streets. He's threatening to use nukes. But sure, the world is horrified because the world is racist.

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Reading Angry Texts From Listeners Regarding Ukraine Biolabs Report

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Reading Angry Texts From Listeners Regarding Ukraine Biolabs Report

"And here's one four two three area code. This is a good one. On the bio lab report, what an uninformed blathering idiot you are, you carry the mainstream media narrative far too well for it to be accidental, you lying turd. Well, okay. Nice to talk to you. Thank you. Have a good day. Again, I don't know what any of this means. I know that Tucker Carlson is all over this, and yes, the mainstream media is mocking it. They're shooting it down. But as I said yesterday, how do you explain the under Secretary of State with the exchange that she had with Marco Rubio, senator Marco Rubio? Suggesting that, yeah, they got bio labs, all right. And Tucker's asking a bunch of questions about that.

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Jussie Smollett Sentenced to 150 Days in Jail

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 9 months ago

Jussie Smollett Sentenced to 150 Days in Jail

"Jussie Smollett sentenced yesterday. I don't know why I was drawn to that. I watched that for hours online. The whole process, he paraded out a bunch of witnesses that sung his praises. He's clearly a troubled young man. And perpetrated an awful hoax that one would think would be met with condemnation from civil rights leaders and prominent activists everywhere. I mean, after all, if you lie about, I hate crime like that, you're right there in the category of people who lie about serving in the serving in the military, which dishonors our hero veterans, if you're capable of that, you're really really flawed and deeply troubled and you're pretty bad person. So why would the president of the NAACP vouch for Jussie Smollett?

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Joy Reid: If You Care About Ukraine, You're Racist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Joy Reid: If You Care About Ukraine, You're Racist

"How about joy Reid? Again, as nutty as can get. Crazy as a loon. Listen to the woke left saying that any of us who care about Ukraine are racist, the courage of Ukraine has revealed a pretty radical disparity in how human Ukrainians look and feel to western media compared to their browner and blacker counterparts. The world is paying attention because this is happening in Europe. If this was happening anywhere else, would we see the same outpouring of support and compassion? But we don't need to ask ourselves if the international response will be the same if Russia unleashed their horror on a country that wasn't white and largely Christian. Is that gross or what? Is that grotesque or

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"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Points. <Silence> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Advertisement> <Silence> <Speech_Male> The yuan <Speech_Male> collapse <Speech_Male> was not <Speech_Male> pure happenstance <Silence> or coincidence. <Silence> <Speech_Male> The ming <Speech_Male> or <Speech_Male> han-chinese were <Speech_Male> quite determined <Speech_Male> to reclaim <Speech_Male> their country from <Speech_Male> the foreigners. <Silence> The mongols <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> that was a powerful <Silence> incentive <Silence> <Silence> also <Speech_Male> while <Speech_Male> there is plenty of evidence <Speech_Male> that talk hone <Speech_Male> timur seem <Speech_Male> negligent <Silence> toward his duties. <Speech_Male> You <Speech_Male> have to take everything <Silence> in context. <Speech_Male> Consider <Silence> the <SpeakerChange> following <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> throughout the fourteenth <Speech_Male> century <Speech_Male> there were calamitous <Speech_Male> events everywhere <Silence> <Advertisement> in the known world <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> there were <Speech_Male> during the fourteenth <Speech_Male> century no <Speech_Male> fewer than thirty <Speech_Male> six severe <Silence> winters. <Speech_Male> <Silence> That was unprecedented. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Famines were <Speech_Male> recorded. In <Speech_Male> every year of <Speech_Male> toll cone temer <Silence> khan's rain <Silence> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> during his reign <Speech_Male> epidemics <Speech_Male> and famines <Speech_Male> in china killed <Speech_Male> an estimated <SpeakerChange> thirty <Silence> five million people. <Speech_Male> <Silence> That's one out of three <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> from the thirteen. <Speech_Male> Twenty s to the end <Speech_Male> of doggone timbers <Speech_Male> rain people in the <Speech_Male> countryside suffered <Speech_Male> frequent <Speech_Male> natural disasters <Speech_Male> including <Speech_Male> the famines <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> and severe winters. <Silence> That i mentioned <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> it was <Speech_Male> so cold during <Speech_Male> that time. It has <Speech_Male> become known as the <Silence> little ice age <Speech_Male> <Silence> and it should be noted <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> that none of these <Speech_Male> events were ignored <Speech_Male> by the yuan emperors <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Silence> by all accounts <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> yuan rulers reacted <Speech_Male> swiftly <Silence> insufficiently <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> then raises. The question. <Speech_Male> Was something <Speech_Male> more going on <Speech_Male> that caused <Speech_Male> the yuan <SpeakerChange> <Silence> demise. <Silence> <Speech_Male> I am not going <Silence> to lay down the arguments <Speech_Male> as <Speech_Male> i've said in my other podcasts. <Speech_Male> I let the <Speech_Male> listeners. Come to their <Silence> own conclusions. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Certainly <Speech_Male> the yuan dynasty <Speech_Male> was a unique situation <Silence> for china. <Silence> <Speech_Male> I've <Speech_Male> wondered why <Speech_Male> the mongol rulers <Speech_Male> from kubilay <Speech_Male> con onward <Silence> did not heed <Speech_Male> genghis <Speech_Male> khan's warnings <Speech_Male> about <Speech_Male> pursuing the finer <Speech_Male> things <Silence> and to avoid <Speech_Male> the sedentary <Silence> <SpeakerChange> life. <Silence> <Speech_Male> If <Speech_Male> gingas kahn <Silence> had conquered china <Speech_Male> <Silence> would he submit <Speech_Male> to chinese <Speech_Male> values and <Speech_Male> created chinese <Speech_Male> dynasty. Like <Speech_Male> his grandson. <Speech_Male> Kublai khan <Silence> had done <Speech_Male> or would <Speech_Male> gingas kahn. Commit <Speech_Male> massive genocide. <Speech_Male> Kill all <Speech_Male> native chinese in <Speech_Male> china and make the geography <Silence> of china <Speech_Male> mongolia. <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> There <Speech_Male> would have been no china <Silence> anymore. <Speech_Male> <Silence> Things <SpeakerChange> to ponder <Silence> <Silence> <Speech_Male> was the subjugation <Speech_Male> of china <Speech_Male> the poison pill <Silence> for the mongol <Speech_Male> empire. <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Silence> I don't know. <Speech_Male> Many scholars <Speech_Male> have stated that the mongols <Speech_Male> were never fully <Speech_Male> synthesized by <Silence> china <Speech_Male> however <Speech_Male> certainly <Speech_Male> the mongol <Speech_Male> empire or great <Speech_Male> portion <Speech_Male> of itself <SpeakerChange> <Silence> with sinicized <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> for as much as <Speech_Male> we can find discussion <Speech_Male> of how much the mongols <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> may or may <Silence> not have changed. China <Speech_Male> often <Speech_Male> missing in these discussions <Speech_Male> is how <Speech_Male> much china change <Silence> the mongol empire <Speech_Male> and <Silence> the mongolians <Silence> <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> china effect <Speech_Male> on mongolians <Speech_Male> and the mongol empire. <Speech_Male> Maybe the <Speech_Male> real historical <Speech_Male> story <Speech_Male> coming from <Speech_Male> the occupation <Speech_Male> and <SpeakerChange> control <Speech_Male> of china <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> in the end. <Speech_Male> It does seem <Speech_Male> the mongols <Speech_Male> and their many <Speech_Male> positive contributions <Speech_Male> to china <Silence> were swallowed <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> into <Speech_Male> the chinese. Miasma <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> stuff <Silence> to think about. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> Thank you <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> it has been <Speech_Music_Male> my <SpeakerChange> pleasure. <Music>

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"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"The rebellions were numerous large and over a large area. The reality is that despite the un success against the rebels in the mid thirteen fifties. There was not an army large enough to suppress these rebellions. The numerous insurrections caused new political and military structures that had no allegiance to the yuan central government in beijing. Some of these structures had both the manpower and the resources to act alone needing no direction from beijing. beijing had obviously lost control of these structures. At that point all the government could do was put. Its best foot forward in numerous ways. The government itself was only a regional entity and only in control of the capitals and their vicinities at that point it was only the nominal national government the local and regional structures grew large and more hostile the local and regional structures began to make reforms from the perceived issues and problems caused by the yuan. Rulers and in the eyes of these people were legitimate than the national government in time. The rebellions effectively cut off the lines of communication between all areas of china. You on paper. Money became worthless and it's treasury was depleted that of course hampered her ability to suppress the rebellions and repair the conditions. That were the partial cause of the rebellions yuanjiang. I just mentioned him earlier in. This episode was one of the red turban. Leaders who had launched the revolts over a decade before he finally drove the mongols to beijing in the thirteen sixty eight. He made himself the new emperor of the new chinese dynasty calling himself. Emperor hongwu the. I mean dynasty emperor. It is claimed that the yuan emperor told whole temer never tried to defend to the last man his dynasty instead choosing to flee beijing with his empress and concubines i to the summer capital at sean do then to care coral where he died two years later in the year thirteen seventy for several years after their retreat to the steps the mongols maintained their claim to china without spending too much time discussing what went wrong for the mongols or are there any lessons to be learned from those events. I want to briefly. Illuminate and reflect on the nearly century old mongol ruled yuan dynasty in china in the eyes of the han chinese particularly the ming dynasty. The chase the mongols out of china the un dynasty collapsed because her bureaucracy was too bloated and self-serving without strong leadership as tempting as it is to take the ming opinion toward the collapse as the final word..

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"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Another reason may have been related to something far more personal to the emperor also an interesting anecdote and the reason. I wanted to mention it. Talk home timur khan. At the age of thirty four live the life of semi retirement. He was known for his dalliances with women. Writing a pleasure boat on the lake at the imperial palace but he was also grooming his fifteen year old son to become the heir apparent. Talk on temer. The chinese yuan emperor set up for his son a rigorous education in chinese and many other subjects. His son had a retinue of educational tutors. Said to be as many as seventy five. The emperor had given his son control of ceremonial guard. In two regular army units. He also had his own palace and a concert by the mid thirteen fifties. A young man was conducting himself as if he was the emperor. And all of this. I'm sure twelve was aware and trois. Allegedly loathed the idea of making the young man the heir-apparent as he was directed to be by the emperor twelve to a hover. Maybe had a good reason for not making the designation. The young man was the product of a relationship between the emperor and a concert. Not from the empress that may have unqualified the young man to be the emperor. Incidentally the concert was a korean woman that the emperor was quite fond the emperor's empress a mongolian woman produced only one son who died in infancy the matter took on an even greater importance and that the mongolian society relegated koreans to a low level and for many chinese. They felt particularly slighted by the concert status that it had been elevated. nevertheless the emperor felt the failure by twelve twelve to make the heir apparent designation was a personal affront soon after twas dismissal in early thirteen fifty five the designation was officially made perhaps twas removal was routine and scheduled and if it was it was a case of terrible timing once. Twelve hours. gone the you on. Military campaigns against the rebels evaporated. The mongols then lost their military and political initiatives from the flames defeat. The rebels rose from the flames. Like phoenix regrouped and took on new urgency. It was this new urgency that would lead to the ming dynasty. Just thirteen years.

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"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"And from there the movements gained momentum by the year. Thirteen fifty one. The red turbans had turned violent in the year. Thirteen fifty six the northern faction turned on the southern faction in defeated it. They had a list of complaints against their mongol. Rulers drought flooding crop failures poor economic conditions and resentment of being treated as low rate serfs. Remember under the mongols tiered social order the han chinese and many of those were participants in the red movements. Were that were among the lowest tiers that also meant. They were the most burdened with taxes. It would be a mistake however to assume that the government was totally spent and ready to roll out of china from the year. Thirteen fifty. it's still had about eighteen years to go. Which is nearly a generation. Despite everything i've talked about local and regional fiefdoms the red turbans and nearly depleted national treasury. The mongols still managed to fight back and hard to the intrepid grand council of the right twat was still running the show determined as ever he himself in the thirteen fifty two led a military campaign to jiangsu province to non gene right at the heart of the red and movement and he led another military campaign in thirteen fifty four to a city on the grand canal to restore peace and control despite his odds by the year. Thirteen fifty four twelve wore appears to have gotten the upper hand on the rebels and maybe had broken the back of the rebels then in thirteen fifty five per way joel dismiss twenty four and banished him why the answer to that question have plagued historians. It is all just speculation because his fires anyone knows. The emperor never left a record of his reasons for twas dismissal his second dismissal but there are clues it may have nothing more to do than his five year term was up and it was all according to the prearranged schedule that i've talked about it is known twelve to ahead. It's had his critics and enemies. As to be expected. Those persons may have gotten to the emperor and convinced him to dismiss what some believe toilet while had gotten too powerful..

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"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"3 11" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"In the last episode. The reign of the last emperor talk home temer khan had started. I also talked about his several grand councilors and their efforts. On behalf of the emperor we also learned. The yuan dynasty was in trouble because of the fiscal problems in the growing internal disorders. Finally i introduced you to the red turban rebellions. This episode will finish the series on the yuan dynasty in it. I will take a closer look at the red turban movements what it was and where it led. Finally i will spend a little time reflecting on the mongol domination of china and their chinese dynasty in the last episode i provided a brief introduction of the red turban movements i wanna start briefly at the beginning of the movement generally speaking the red turbans way peasant movement occurring in the middle third of the fourteenth century that flourished in china especially northern china. It originally started by the followers of the white lotus movement to resist the mongols. The red turbans appeared to have begun intern around hunan province at that time they were angry about the massive flooding and crop failures early on the group had roots in buddhism. It took its name from the from the red turbans or scarves that supporters war there were similarities between the red turban rebellions and the type e rebel rebellions that occurred in the middle of the nineteenth century in china. But there are also important differences in the two rebellions. The taiping rebellion started in one place and consisted of a unified group of leaders. The red turban uprisings spread slower and much more clandestinely and was in a different provinces. Moving separately there was a northern component operating out of nanjing china and there was a southern component operating software the yangtze river but the turbans were also a lot of other groups that are hard to distinguish from other dissident groups. Understand this the uprisings. Visually led to the end of the yuan dynasty several times. The dissidents tried to foment rebellions. But we're fought back eventually. These several groups joined forces and became bigger amalgamations. This essentially came down to two large movements. The south movement led by xu shall we and chen. y'all and the northern movement led by ju on john.

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What Is the Biden Administration Doing To Speed Up Vaccine Production?

The Mark Levin Show

01:01 min | 1 year ago

What Is the Biden Administration Doing To Speed Up Vaccine Production?

"Said today that they're working with these companies five maderno johnson and johnson to speed up the production and delivery of the vaccines ladies and gentlemen. They're already speeding up. And they don't need joe by to be taken credit for any of this. They're already speeding up their speeding up. Because it's like creating anything else in producing anything else as you produce more and more stuff you become more efficient. The supply lines become more and more regularized the distribution becomes more more normalized and regularized. And say you're able to speed it up and move it along more and more quickly. It's not because joe biden's president says come on hurry up and notice every time he talks like this. He provides no specifics whatsoever. Exactly what is the administration doing to speed up anything

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The gold rush of digital media shaking everything up

The 3:59

03:28 min | 1 year ago

The gold rush of digital media shaking everything up

"Broader chang and this is your daily charge. What does shed light on. This mysterious world is our crackle reporter rich. Never welcome rich anything's so let's get right into it. What the heck are nf. Teas that is a good question. And it's a complicated answer but nfc stands for non jewel token in their bisley. They work like a bar code and they're meant to authenticate pieces of digital Like a file or a or a or a video or a or a movie At what it does is basically it designates one version as the authentic version and everything else is just copy right. He gives you the examples of some high profile. Tease of some of the wilder. Ones have gone for lots of money. Sure so right now. There's this auction at the british auction. House christie's is doing ended today and the bidding last time i looked at thirteen million. And it's for a piece of art by by rs named people So that's kind of one at the crazy extreme end of it There were those one clip of lebron james of walking shot that went for like a hundred thousand dollars jack dorsey of twitter is auctioning off the first tweet And i think that one is at at more than two million right now home what. Let's let me kind of break. It down because i think this is where i'm having difficulty wrapping my head around. You mentioned the lebron james to drill clip. Which can easily be shared the tweet by elon. Musk that can be screened. Shot at or can be shared the the the christie's auction that that piece of our it's not physical. It's a digital piece of art. Which again can be copied and shared. Why would someone pay this much money for. I guess what is what is technically though authentic version of this digital asset but ultimately is still a digital asset that you can copy and share right right. So that's that's where it gets really really complicated because the people the people are work. You know that's me. That's in our story like the pictures in our story right and i didn't hate thirteen million dollars but it you know it basically comes down to perception and that's really why this is kind of a fascinating topic because at the heart of it it it. It's we're talking about ownership online and what that means And and so you. I was talking to one one. Berkeley professor for For the story. That i did and his his take was. You know. it's it's about bragging rights but it's also about more than that know like like you. You've got these these pieces of art. That are are prolific online right. Everybody seen i'm like like a meme And if one person owns that you can take credit for for owning this That people love but also you know it. it could also be kind of something deeper than that I liken it to a painting right if you it. It makes sense that you'd want to buy like an original basquiat versus printed and the reason might be because you you might feel closer to the artist if you were to own the quote unquote authentic version of the same go for for an

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Los Angeles USD, UTLA Reach Tentative Agreement On April Return To Campus

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles USD, UTLA Reach Tentative Agreement On April Return To Campus

"Los angeles students are a crucial step. Closer to a return to campus beginning in mid april under a tentative agreement reached tuesday between the teachers union and the la unified school district the agreement which must be ratified by members establishes safety parameters for a return to campus and lays out a markedly different schedule. That still relies heavily on online. Learning the school day would unfold under so called hybrid format. Meaning that students would conduct their studies on campus during part of the week and continue with their schooling online at other times families would retain the option to keep students in distance learning

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Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years

The Dallas Morning News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years

"In crime news. Dallas man imprisoned or three decades in a deadly. Dallas robbery was wrongfully convicted. That's what dallas county prosecutors said. Yesterday ben spencer fifty-six is expected to be released from jail. This week for the first time in thirty four years prosecutors in the district attorney's office who reviewed his case found that previous prosecutors withheld evidence from spencer's defense team about the robbery and slaying of businessman. Jeffrey young spencer always maintained his innocence. Even though admitting guilt could have meant earning parole years ago cynthia garza chief of the conviction integrity unit said in a written statement. We conducted an independent investigation. And when we did that it was apparent that spencer was wrongfully convicted. The district attorney's office would not say whether they plan to retry spencer. A da's office spokeswoman said the conviction integrity unit is still investigating the case

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Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

The World

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.

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"3 11" Discussed on Kink Buffet

Kink Buffet

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"3 11" Discussed on Kink Buffet

"Was like well. If if you wanna keep going then we'll go and so you know it's exciting to be a part of that experience for her and her partner too but yeah. I would just recommend that anybody who is going to be trying to get in your get it in your mind. Gagging 's going to happen. It's not a bad thing. It's actually stimulating for the person receiving because your throat contracts with just that much more force and and it feels good right. It feels great. And i wanna point a real real quick to. Is that after she did it. She was happy that she did and then she says i probably don't need to do it again but it was cool to do once a mice suspicion if i had to predict it would be. She will do it once in a while because once you know you can do it. And it's not the end of the world you know. I'm observing this. As dom but submissive can get into a zone and they get into this zone where they're they're they want to push themselves or anything goes. It's never anything but they just get into this mindset where they're just you take them there and they're going right and even afterwards they look back and go. Wow i can't believe i did that. Oh my god but at the moment in the zone at work right right. And i mean it doesn't like i said it doesn't have to be the goal that every time i give a blow job i'm gonna puke but when it happens it does and there's nothing wrong with it and there's not shame or guilt around that it doesn't make you bad at doing it or any of that some. It's like like you said it's something you can do now will will lot of this and we always have to mention. It's not always but like we're talking about a male dominant female submissive aac can be male to male obviously finance and all these different categories dominant. Yeah feasible dominant male submissive but.

NCAA Considers All Options For March Madness

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

NCAA Considers All Options For March Madness

"They're still at least a chance that we won't even be playing basketball games a week from today. Yeah that is certainly a chance and spoken with a couple people on Wednesday just connected with the incident delay and if you've thought it they thought it there's so many different scenarios are being considered at this point One thing I neglected to mention at the start of the podcast. What preceded the instabilities statement? Because actually I G I thought the NBA would beat them to it but the NCAA relying on its covert nineteen expert panel when you had the governor of Ohio then instituting the ban meaning Doesn't matter what you wanted to do until I four and the regionals in Cleveland. They aren't getting played in our state. It's just not happening if you want. Those tournaments played with fans in the building. Go find another state. Washington state got a bit more aggressive. I still don't think spokane has affected and then believe the mayor of Houston put the same kind of ban in effect for all events going forward for the foreseeable future. So the and that's where another regional site is so the incident was put into into a tight spot there as for not playing the incidentally tournament altogether that obviously an option that has to still be under consideration. It could be a possibility if you have the corona virus that reaches players or coaches or staff members. Then you have a new issue altogether. The question becomes if you can screen how you can screen. How often you can. Screens spoke with a couple of coaches wondered aloud. If we're GONNA play this tournament. Are we going to have to go through a situation where our players are looked at on a daily basis? Is that even doable? To are there. Are there even the kids out there because one of the big issues right now widespread if you watch the news that it's not just that we don't know how many people really are carrying the corona virus? It's that we lack even the capability of testing. Everyone that could have it or may or may not have it at this point and so how will that play a factor as well now by removing crowds? And we're moving more people from the Games. You lessen the impact there but think about where we were. Gp This was twenty hours ago when we podcast it. Okay think about how fast this story has jumped in twenty hours. We are still eight days away from the start of the tournament in earnest with the first round on on next Thursday so man I really really hope we don't get there. It would be just. I mean talk about one of your all time sports stories. It would be terrible. I hope that we don't get there but we have to allow for the possibility for that to happen. And for it not to happen with the incidental. A member institutions are going to have to do is. They're going to have to be very proactive. Very careful in how they want to do what they're gonNA do in the coming days. Okay and by that. I mean we could have a selection process. That's unlike any before. In order to eliminate travel or reduce it I should say and reduce the risk of potential exposure by not having teams Go through an airport or more than one airport if necessary. If you can bus to excite keep your self contained do that it would not surprise me. Haven't heard anything about this yet but if it doesn't in fact become a thing I think the w needs to get ahead of it and let us know at least in advance of the bracket coming out. You might have them. This is just amusing here but you might have the selection committee up to bracket around a corona virus concerns and just as one example instead of like a team like Hofstra okay instead of in a traditional year like there are thirteen seed. And you know what you just get shipped to Omaha. That's the deal. Well you know what if hoster can bus to Albany? Why would we not do that for the safety of our student athletes? Because that's the other aspect you've got to take into account. Here is the liability concerns. Of course they WANNA play the Games. I mean I've heard from a few coaches are like kids. Want to be in the like. Don't take this away from us. Please please please please please. There's a little bit concerned that already but it wouldn't stop me if we do wind up. Seeing a bracket that is built in part with the mindset of reducing travel and giving geographic preference to wherever the schools are related to the closest sites and making that as fair and balanced as possible. What does that solve though? If every team's GONNA Charter to wherever site there play just. I just reduce the risk of not going to an airport. Not Having to take steps. Abc instead of just saying hop on the bus right out from your campus. Go right to the hotel. Just reducing little reducing little bits of riskier and reducing times on travel. It's just I think it might be something that could be a that. Could be on the table.

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The weird twist in the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:23 min | 4 years ago

The weird twist in the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry

"He is Marty Smith who spent most of the year in Alabama or so it seems but today he is in Columbus Ohio getting ready for the big game up there mardi thanks for. Joining us set the scene for us in Ohio. We know Apollo good evening. Yeah. You're right. I think I had five Alabama games this year. Maybe six I don't know most of them. But I'm up in Columbus right now. It's getting cold outside. It's going to be nasty and rainy tomorrow, and we're in the lobby here at the Woody Hayes athletic center, and they are getting ready, man. It's it's fun to talk to the coaches and the players about this rivalry, you know, growing up in the south as I did. And you know, you've lived there your whole life as well. We look at at the iron bowl, which you guys are at and we all know about Janki Red Sox and all of those great rivalries. But this one's extremely special. It's kind of boring off of respectful hate for one another. They don't hate the man, but they hate the establishment on the other side of the football. And of course, it was all born in a fight over Toledo all those years ago. So when you're fighting over Toledo brother, it makes for a hell of a good rivalry. I was reading about that today coming over here. Toledo for those who don't know is fairly close to the Michigan line. It's also where urban Meyer in Jim Harbaugh were both born same hospital about seven months apart. And and it's pretty amazing Marty how a city in Ohio could be is amazing right in the middle of it. All. Is what blows my mind is what you just said. It's funny. I wrote an essay kind of really chronicling the hatred between the schools and the foundation of the rivalry and the evolution of the rivalry with both sham Boeckler and Woody Hayes in the ten year war and then the two thousand six game the game of the century on and on. And there's so many indelible moments any whether it's Desmond our boy flashing the flesh and the I'm actually staying in the Ohio State lobby right now. Maybe I shouldn't be mentioning those things or Charles Woodson running punts back and all those amazing moments, and I was floored when I learned that urban and horrible we're both from Toledo born into Lido. And then I was even further shocked by the fact that it was the same

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Jon Gruden -- Players are 'dying' to play for Oakland Raiders

The Rich Eisen Show

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Jon Gruden -- Players are 'dying' to play for Oakland Raiders

"Gruden has had a rough go say a rough go so far as his return in the NFL with the raiders this year going into tonight's game. As a rough go. Yes, sir. Okay. So as part of the pre-game festivities tonight on big FOX, Mike Jon Gruden sat down Howie long for a little interview, the teaser that FOX has released is this Jon Gruden with how long I got a cell phone. Just like you and everybody else I get a lot of phone calls from people that are dying to come and play here. I'm just telling you they're dying to play for the raiders to have salary cap space. And to have a chance to talk to the people that you really want to wear the silver and black the guys you really want to wear the silver black represent the state. That's exciting.

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