17 Burst results for "Adam Segment"

"adam segment" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"I love this idea. And I was I was already so curious because no one was saying how revolutionary this was his bio in Tech, who clearly teamed up with Pfizer for the distribution, or I don't know. Packaging licensing. They've got the infrastructure is here with the stock did Oh, the stock went public. It thing went public around 20 and is now at 100. That's a winner. Yeah, that's what you want. Oh, well, I wanted to, but that's good that you brought this up right away because I have three clips. Ha! Discussing a little bit about this, especially what's going on in South Africa. The Oxford vaccine that's that's what we love to test. And so they can't seem to get enough volunteers because they can't find enough people that haven't been infected, but There's a couple of things here, which which warrants and ask Adam because as we listen to this Ah, great news about from Pfizer poolroom rue the day Let's listen to just a little background on what's going on in South Africa. This is from democracy. Now is the code vaccine a Oxford about 20 to 25 to in a in the second phase ofthe clinical testing, and I'm so sorry. Some of my fingers have been off. I got a new replacement. The media controller and I hit the wrong one will cut all that out. No, no, no. The difference is I think the first issue with the trial is that what's significant is that the president and the government agreed to offer solidarity and participate in the trial, which is being led by Oxford University through South Africa's university. The difficulty, of course, is one trying to secure sufficient number of volunteers for the trial with as you correctly point out within a climate With the numbers off people living with covert increasing, and we also estimate that that is a significant undercount because our testing strategy has been hampered by the lack of available texting kids. So the criteria for testing has changed and being affected amounts to rationing at the moment, the second issue with the trial which actually is involved quite significantly, a pharmaceutical company called AstraZeneca And the issue around AstraZeneca's relationship with Oxford, the relationship with the South African government as in the contractual relationship, including the university and clinical participants in other parts of the world. In Brazil. A swell is unclear. We calling for transparency in those agreements because on the one hand if we're going to participate in a trial that is trying to ensure equitable access to a vaccine if it is successful What? What is it Sounds like there's a quagmire. Nothing's gonna work out. Everyone's got an issue with something. Yeah, That's part of the problem. But I'm going to the second part of this clip is kind of interesting because it actually gives a little gives some actual information. Oh, stop. And it's like here's an ask Adam for you. How many vaccine candidates are out there currently, you mean that air. Wait a minute is this Is this the actual question? This is the Ask Adam segment. You know Really Well, I don't know. But we go as alright, Everybody here It is. Of course, I know Have all the.

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"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

"Meet ups for Tomorrow The Hague in the Netherlands. That will be at six o'clock A local time the fiddler Indian Hawk Robin the dunes of The Hague will be your host. Saturday come Kamloops BC Canada. I got a nasty note note by the way if someone said stop calling my country Candan Avia. It's rude so I'm GonNa stop doing that That'll be Saturday. A bunch of the candidate Navien is using the term they think it's funny was humorless guy from Canada Navia Sunday the lowlands in the Netherlands. Sir Hendrick will be organizing that also aggie land Is is the arch enemy. The aggies up. There's the Austin nights of the Longhorns but I personally love college station Bryan. College station is a nice place. You got some good museums up there near the university. Mo's Irish pub. Bob is where you WanNa meet Joshua Mcclain as he already has three people he liked to see more. Let's see if the aggies are if they'd have no agenda Sydney Australia earlier on Sunday. This'll be the second official meet up For the sydney-based no agenda producers located in Merrillville. That'll be Sunday afternoon at the gasoline component and That's it for it's coming up and I'll do the rest on the Sunday for you and now we have me see one two. We have Three nights so if you can got it thank you waiting for it. I'll grab here. It is got corey. Ainsworth Huber cools all of you up on the podium gentlemen thanks to your contributions and contributions in your name up to the amount of one thousand dollars makes you a night of the no agenda roundtable. We're happy to have you here. And I'm very proud to announce the kate the Sir McQueen flight towns announcer data ops the Wisconsin millennial and the night of south China for you. We have hookers and blow rent boys and Chardonnay we got some vague juice and Jambo cartridges cooking and Vodka Zucchini and MEATLOAF horse head. Pumpkin Ale organic macaroni and plasticizers Blair and beer and blunts cowgirls coffin viner's breast milk and Pablo Ginger in jail and Gerbils bunket suburban mutton and. Meade is what you really want to eat at the roundtable. The login the night to names and thank you to these three freshly minted nights you are Requested as your first official duty to go to Noah generation dot com slash rings and. Give Eric the she'll l. as much info as possible so you can send it off to you and of course once you receive your night. Ring Your your signet ring you're sealing wax and your certificate tweet out a picture we got a couple of them in the past week. It's always fun and it's a good way to introduce yourself to the group and for everybody to thank you for your courage than and bow out to your power so I have a little ask Adam segment. Oh okay. Do I need the jingle for this this or is it. Is it a come on. Let's do the Ro. Running out of time is a podcast. What are you talking about running gotta time and this is running a talking about life in general you have to be somewhere you got so busy today? DONUTS donuts Okay ask Adam. I'm ready okay. Now there's a report time watching Deutsche Avella get any news from our network of course not so they're doing this thing on child brides in Nigeria northern Nigeria. There's just have a real prominence. Everyone's child attention cut anyone's it. But I'm going. I've got a question here because they discuss. It discuss the problem and then they add a moment where the questions asked of some elder some leader. These are all a bunch of people from northern Niger which is largely Muslim and So I'm GonNa play clip one and then you're you come to ask you the questions that she's asking. It wants you to guessed the answer. Okay here is clip. One child marriage is a widespread practice in many parts of the world. It's common for example in northern Nigeria. Now some parents their give their daughters away because of dire poverty. GW's harsher traveled to Kaduna State to talk to people who support this very controversial practice and to those or fighting it. The Muslim neighborhood in Kaduna City in northern Nigeria. I I came here to find out about a girl who was locked up in this place for two years. Not much light or food and left on her own for my name is Hassan A-. She was a child bride. These pictures were taken when she was released from captivity just a week ago. She was held here by her family because because she refused to return to her husband she was only fifteen when she was forced to marry a mother of four a child bride one unheard of millions in Nigeria. This neighbor knows Asana at the age of fifteen. She wasn't too young to be married. He would marry his daughters off much younger longer. This was on Deutsche Avella. Yeah okay so he so so they ask him. How old would you? Would you marry your daughter's off at the ask. Adam is guest the age.

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"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

"Meet ups for Tomorrow The Hague in the Netherlands. That will be at six o'clock A local time the fiddler Indian Hawk Robin the dunes of The Hague will be your host. Saturday come Kamloops BC Canada. I got a nasty note note by the way if someone said stop calling my country Candan Avia. It's rude so I'm GonNa stop doing that That'll be Saturday. A bunch of the candidate Navien is using the term they think it's funny was humorless guy from Canada Navia Sunday the lowlands in the Netherlands. Sir Hendrick will be organizing that also aggie land Is is the arch enemy. The aggies up. There's the Austin nights of the Longhorns but I personally love college station Bryan. College station is a nice place. You got some good museums up there near the university. Mo's Irish pub. Bob is where you WanNa meet Joshua Mcclain as he already has three people he liked to see more. Let's see if the aggies are if they'd have no agenda Sydney Australia earlier on Sunday. This'll be the second official meet up For the sydney-based no agenda producers located in Merrillville. That'll be Sunday afternoon at the gasoline component and That's it for it's coming up and I'll do the rest on the Sunday for you and now we have me see one two. We have Three nights so if you can got it thank you waiting for it. I'll grab here. It is guys corey. Ainsworth Huber cools all of you up on the podium gentlemen thanks to your contributions and contributions in your name up to the amount of one thousand dollars makes you a night of the no agenda roundtable. We're happy to have you here. And I'm very proud to announce the kate the Sir McQueen flight towns announcer data ops the Wisconsin millennial and the night of south China for you. We have hookers and blow rent boys and Chardonnay we got some vague juice and Jambo cartridges cooking and Vodka Zucchini and MEATLOAF horse head. Pumpkin Ale organic macaroni and plasticizers Blair and beer and blunts cowgirls coffin viner's breast milk and Pablo Ginger in jail and Gerbils bunket suburban mutton and. Meade is what you really want to eat at the roundtable. The login the night to names and thank you to these three freshly minted nights you are Requested as your first official duty to go to Noah generation dot com slash rings and. Give Eric the she'll l. as much info as possible so you can send it off to you and of course once you receive your night. Ring Your your signet ring you're sealing wax and your certificate tweet out a picture we got a couple of them in the past week. It's always fun and it's a good way to introduce yourself to the group and for everybody to thank you for your courage than and bow out to your power so I have a little ask Adam segment. Oh okay. Do I need the jingle for this this or is it. Is it a come on. Let's do the Ro. Running out of time is a podcast. What are you talking about running gotta time and this is running a talking about life in general you have to be somewhere you got so busy today? DONUTS donuts Okay ask Adam. I'm ready okay. Now there's a report time watching Deutsche Avella get any news from our network of course not so they're doing this thing on child brides in Nigeria northern Nigeria. There's just have a real prominence. Everyone's child attention cut anyone's. Yeah but I'm going. I've got a question here because they discuss. It discuss the problem and then they add a moment where the questions asked of some elder some leader. These are all a bunch of people from northern Niger which is largely Muslim and So I'm GonNa play clip one and then you're you come to ask you the questions that she's asking. It wants you to guessed the answer. Okay here is clip. One child marriage is a widespread practice in many parts of the world. It's common for example in northern Nigeria. Now some parents their give their daughters away because of dire poverty. GW's traveled to Kaduna State to talk to people who support this very controversial practice and to those or fighting it. The Muslim neighborhood in Kaduna City in northern Nigeria. I I came here to find out about a girl who was locked up in this place for two years. Not much light or food and left on her own for my name is Hassan Ah she was a child bride. These pictures were taken when she was released from captivity just a week ago. She was held here by her family because because she refused to return to her husband she was only fifteen when she was forced to marry a mother of four a child bride one unheard of millions in Nigeria. This neighbor knows Asana at the age of fifteen. She wasn't too young to be married. He would marry his daughters off much younger longer. This was on Deutsche Avella. Yeah okay so he so so they ask him. How old would you? Would you marry your daughter's off at the ask. Adam is guest the age.

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"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

16:06 min | 2 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

"Came to the right place. If you want to have answers to the questions you ask the ask Adam segment, what was your question again? Kids are going to pick the winner of both debates. In other words, not one or the other. But the combined combined also oh. The combined debates and these kids are how old they're all in Janet like Jeff soft. I would say soft Boers in college level, now is just gonna be one answer the kid's gonna have different anti waffle, of course. No, it's going to have one answer, but they're going to kind of beat around the Bush. There will be a conclusion at the end you'll hear it. I would think. I would think there would be more people interested than we might surmise in Marianne Williamson who I respect for being iris. Listen, look, let me Saruman. No, I'm not gonna they're men now. Even I had the tweet out a funny video about her because she really she wasn't given any chance. No equal chance at all. Horrible moderation. Did just didn't give it any let her talk more. That's what the Republicans want. They're the ones supporting her. I pointed this newsletter. It turns out that most of her supports coming from Republicans to keep her on the debate stage kind of a chicken shit thing funny. She's a New York Times bestselling author I've listened to some of her some of her motivational stuff it. She's helped millions of people listen to these way, you're in the bathtub with all those candles all over the place. That's right. I win I told you, baby. That's exactly what he would say and nailed it. I, I said that, John. The only response can be that because you're an old misogynistic, white gut, and I give anybody who says, I'm gonna run for president to she met the criteria at fifty thousand people who are on her list to the million half dollars. I give her some respect for standing there. And at least she had a different message and her message was inspirational. Although she, you know, you can't give your inspirational message in sixty seconds, she has no chance, but have respect for her and everyone out there. You know, you're massaging not you, John. Well a little bit misogynistic assholes and you should be called out on making fun of her. She's a witch all okay? Great. Anyway, now, let's listen. So I would say that there's more interested in Marian Wilms Williamson than they think than we would expect, and I would say Pete Buddha. Judge appeals to them the most. Well, that's a good guess, and it's probably wrong. Oh, very so who won from both nights? Let's start with, you know, tonight, no-one one, but yesterday, it was the custom, I think Leon one for both nights because he was actually to show his personality and also has policy. I think Castro from Lafayette definitely, but Kamla Harris. I'm for tonight. But I would say overall probably Castro.

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"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

16:06 min | 2 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on No Agenda

"Came to the right place. If you want to have answers to the questions you ask the ask Adam segment, what was your question again? Kids are going to pick the winner of both debates. In other words, not one or the other. But the combined combined also oh. The combined debates and these kids are how old they're all in Janet like Jeff soft. I would say soft Boers in college level, now is just gonna be one answer the kid's gonna have different anti waffle, of course. No, it's going to have one answer, but they're going to kind of beat around the Bush. There will be a conclusion at the end you'll hear it. I would think. I would think there would be more people interested than we might surmise in Marianne Williamson who I respect for being iris. Listen, look, let me Saruman. No, I'm not gonna they're men now. Even I had the tweet out a funny video about her because she really she wasn't given any chance. No equal chance at all. Horrible moderation. Did just didn't give it any let her talk more. That's what the Republicans want. They're the ones supporting her. I pointed this newsletter. It turns out that most of her supports coming from Republicans to keep her on the debate stage kind of a chicken shit thing funny. She's a New York Times bestselling author I've listened to some of her some of her motivational stuff it. She's helped millions of people listen to these way, you're in the bathtub with all those candles all over the place. That's right. I win I told you, baby. That's exactly what he would say and nailed it. I, I said that, John. The only response can be that because you're an old misogynistic, white gut, and I give anybody who says, I'm gonna run for president to she met the criteria at fifty thousand people who are on her list to the million half dollars. I give her some respect for standing there. And at least she had a different message and her message was inspirational. Although she, you know, you can't give your inspirational message in sixty seconds, she has no chance, but have respect for her and everyone out there. You know, you're massaging not you, John. Well a little bit misogynistic assholes and you should be called out on making fun of her. She's a witch all okay? Great. Anyway, now, let's listen. So I would say that there's more interested in Marian Wilms Williamson than they think than we would expect, and I would say Pete Buddha. Judge appeals to them the most. Well, that's a good guess, and it's probably wrong. Oh, very so who won from both nights? Let's start with, you know, tonight, no-one one, but yesterday, it was the custom, I think Leon one for both nights because he was actually to show his personality and also has policy. I think Castro from Lafayette definitely, but Kamla Harris. I'm for tonight. But I would say overall probably Castro.

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"adam segment" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

14:20 min | 2 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"I'm broadcasting from the Colonel Steve, Austin trial and testing grounds here in as Dilan, Wisconsin. And. Colonel stevenson. Yeah. Lee majors. Yep. My mom's real maiden name is Austin, so my TV on call is Colonel, Steve Austin, so I named the testing facility here after my, my TV on CLE to me makes perfect sense to me. So this is the ask Adam, not the Gomez weird imagination segment. And this week's this week's this month's the show's question comes from Eric all's -ly Ouseley. Yeah. I'm going to be a good one. I know. It, it, I'm gonna attempt to read this in Eric's voice, or my voice, because we saw it in the same. Maybe Hello read many of your ratings over the years. I need a more informed opinion than my own. I'm trying to assemble information for Franken bike. I'm building around tumbleweed, bikes one hundred ten millimeter through excellent fork, the four kids suspension corrected for one hundred millimeter. Twenty nine with a forty eight millimeter of offset and actual crown measurement of four hundred eighty five millimeters and hundred seventeen millimeters of with between the fork plates when the tire aware the tire runs. So the space between where the tire fits I would like to have to front wheel tire combos of roughly the same diameter configured so twenty nine by two point six with a thirty millimeter internal Remm for fast as twenty seven. Point five by four on a sixty millimeter internal with Wim for bigger days and sloppier conditions. And here's the question by question is whether there's any problem with the strength of forces working on a fat front wheel with one hundred ten millimeter hub. I know that most fat, folks, heavy there, one hundred thirty five millimeter spacing or one hundred fifty millimeters. Basing I assume that will build a stronger wheel overall, but I'm hoping a boost front hub with twelve millimeter through axle and quality spokes and breasts nipples, all running on a rigid steel fork will feel plenty strong. Thanks for your input. Eric. So that's the question and I and we can kind of like, what's, what's stronger a rectangle or a triangle, or a right? And I suppose it depends on what material you're making it out of. Yeah. I mean, you know, geometry, geometry, trying their storm, and it really comes down to, you know, I'm not going to be able to give you a mathematical number. But it's a bracing angle thing, right? Right. You I in that base that wheel should be a little stronger. Now. Does that mean that one ten is? Get after motorcycle that mean a one ten hub is inadequate. I the medical or you know, a center line hub. I think that that's probably still achievable Bill the night, strong. We'll, you know the, the rim. I mean, it's kind of multifaceted you know how what is he going to notice is gonna notice higher profile more than us or? Maybe weakening the lateral sickness of the wheel as far as handling characteristics and things I would lend to think that if you're talking about twenty seven and a half, five four on a sixty mill rim you're gonna notice, how that tire turn because a higher profile more than you would notice like, oh, my wheel is not laterally. You know what I mean, I think to in the Bill that wheel you could make sure that you build it with a spoke that you're confident that your weight, and style of writing is going to be a firm stiff wheel. Right. Eric says he's six two and two hundred pounds. He's not a guy but he's not a cute guy, right, quite right. And I think what you run up is, is vying as important in any wheel to consider the rider in the intention. You know, when you're considering Rams spoke, even nipple components. You know. Sure exactly. And he did say he was going to run breasts nipples and good spoke. So I you know, my nutshell answer to him back in April was I don't think it's going to be a problem, but I'm going to ask Adam, so my inclination is proper. You know, I would obviously if you're considering wheel stiffness. I mean, I think there's a couple of other things to consider to in the just general broad spectrum of it, which is like, you know. If we all it's not always the, the very, very best wheel in every application, you know, obviously it has to be performance, if you can build wheels that are so rigid that you lose feeling and, you know, they in a in an off road, wheel, I can it can change how the bike handles? Raim material would be a huge question that I would ask him this as far as cheating performance. You know, carbon like next e what, what is it wildcat, or wildfire or wild dragging? I think those are sixty five mil carbon out room. I'm sure if you've built that with a reasonable spoke like the Ray sprint from faith, or something that you would have a very stiff, we'll do you think that did rim Choice's important as to how the lacing lurks, too? You know, those bond trader Jack Lopes all the spokes are in the center of that rim. And if he gets a surly product they're going to be distributed, you know, you can have left and right oppositions, right. Yeah. And it would be my recommendation to him to just search fentor Graham because you're gonna you're an increase that bracing angle. You know you don't wanna just straight up and down wheel. You might get some flex out of that room Malloy. All right. So you're saying triangles are stronger than rectangles. An all out battle. But. Amy. In the geometry. Rochambeau triangles, be squares squares beat circles circles betrying calls. As I was thinking about long ago didn't for the initial not the initial, but in the grave version of the week, which would have been second generation didn't they make a non like a symmetrical front four because I have Franken bike, fat front twenty nine or rear Feick, and it used, I think just a hundred mil face yet, the kind of Jimmy the wheel through the break mount yet, they, they went back and forth between the asset for the symmetrical fork, and they did the same thing on the moon. Lander, I believe is well one year head offset for the original year, and then subsequent models, I think had. A nano set for so. Nah, I think he has this four call setup. He's just worried about the wheel build thinking has was there had it been done. You know what I mean? I mean, obviously every dot by somebody somebody's tried it can say, you know, yes or no. Nope. Back then not that much wider than. Here's here's one situation where I know where it's been done before is a wildfire. Remember that very Pugsley like Alaskan offset frame. I know a cat over in Michigan that owned one and the very first fed bike race that we ran here, the teams no bike enduro. We made people take their front wheel off and right. And then run and put it on. And he had a big problem with that because he had it's one hundred millimeter spaced, bolt on fork on that bike. So, so somebody's, you know, it's been done with even narrower. And even if you had a one thirty five let's say the hub base scene from the flames to the center, you know, may not be. It's not like we were making, we're running rear comes in the front, you know, so that, that fun, Senator hub plans measurement can't be that far off. And I wouldn't believe that we are so on con-. You know, a failure that a couple millimeters with throw us over the. Edge. So again, I'm going back to I think the one ten foods Bruce, route four for tumbleweed fork, which is sweet come mellitus. Sweet. Yeah. That would be no problem. Another Tim cr- another company that our buddy Tim had a hand in hand and yeah. That happened when I was at. And just weird side note, the dude that designed. Tumbleweeds bandanna. I've found, you know, internet served, and I was like, oh, look at that cool illustration. I think he's going to do to my arm. Oh, cool. Cuyler. Marts. Yeah. So the other thing that we have going on is the world of bikes out for those that don't know Adam Adam is works at world bikes in Iowa City, and they have an adventure series going on, and the, and it's coordinated with the swift campout the pagan holiday of the summer solstice. And I don't know what else maybe Wayne birthday or something. Yeah. Right. Wayne Newton fans out there step up. So tell us a little bit about what 'cause I'm actually going, and maybe, maybe somebody'll come with me. I don't know. I put that up on Facebook and didn't have any volunteers jumping up to make the trip out. Bring many people's you want talk it the place. We're going this month. We do it every month starting in March and the knocked over, they're just a series of twenty four hour nighters, they get longer or slightly longer, and, and a bit more challenging a bit more self sustainable, or needing self-sustainability to succeed in this one in June. It's just about fifty miles trapped trip. It's about twenty five miles out twenty five miles back, nice and hilly roads gravel roads. Yeah, primarily Gravelines maybe a couple of connected case pavement trails. But our pavement roads, but primarily gravel eighty to ninety percent gravel and we, we stop it at some sort of market or yeah, west France, which is a town. So you've really got anything you want. We can get dinner there. We can pay sees and pick up food for the morning and the. Night pickup beverages. If you're interested west branch is about fifteen miles into the right? So you're gonna haul stuff or a bit. But that's I got bags. I know. And then we camp out we. Yep. Seeing new things. Yup. Yep. Lack time. We wrote sit hotdogs in PBR Cam. Oh, yeah. So it gets pretty. There's this coming kinda hard on the teeth using a PBR cannons your gun. I know wow. When you got teeth like me, might right through them like jobs from on x. And. Somebody bringing guitar and a banjo. And do we do? We jam. Banjo. I would love a banjo. We do supply, some firewood. So we can keep the social aspect up. And you know, in previous ones we use it for warmth. So people just don't have to go to bed as early, you know, we can hang out. I think one of the best things about bike packing with the group is this chatting with the group and learning you know, somebody tweets something on their setup before this ride, and they've got some thoughts on it. So I'd love to hear him. Cool law. Right. That is our ask Adam segment for the show, anything else, you want to add before we, send you off to get your get your permanent wave and your and did have you ever had a, a barber shave. I have never, I haven't, I haven't shaved in.

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"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"So I get this opponent again. It's just not something that you used to sing they had that game one. Okay. They allowed a touchdown. They'll let a third down conversion of fourth down conversion to alshon Jeffery. They'll out of four downplayed a golden Tate. I didn't love the use of the time out when they're driving up the field that they call timeout rather than ran up to the line to spike the ball where they would've had the time out where they could've used the middle field and gotten closer because they had a time out. They had to field goal that client off the crossbar and the upright. I mean, there are so many things that if they make one of those place, we're not even talking about Kirk cousins and the Vikings you play the game to win to quote, our former colleague here Herm Edwards, and you try to do your best and they took care of business against the Vikings enrolled into the playoffs with momentum. They got. Turnover. They did so many things they had to they just didn't close it out. And that is not related to the week seventeen result in the final week of the regular season in my opinion. Well, at the end of the day, Adam the fact remains the eagles get the win. It's another win for Nick foles in the play offs. And we got a lot of males asking if this momentum that Nick foles has created over the past couple of seasons means something bigger long-term in Philadelphia. Let's give a listen. Good morning. Adam Schefter, my name is Damian Boral. And I might question for you. Simple should the eagles. Now trade Carson wiz. And if they do do the Jacksonville Jaguars make the most sense. Well, Damian thanks for the question. Your question deeming is going to be the most asked disgust question of this week as we tape this ask Adam segment on Monday morning at ten fifty five eastern time. We are going to be doing NFL Lavin ESPN at noon about an hour and five minutes from now. And the question that's gonna lead off that show is going to be should the eagles. Keep Nick foles and move on from Carson Wentz. And here's our on that on the question number one. I believe that they are firmly committed to Carson Wentz. I don't think at this time at this time being the key phrase that anything that happens is going to change that Carson Wentz is a transcendent talent. What Nick foles has done has been incredible. Nobody has done that much for the Philadelphia organization. The eagles maybe in the history of football. They've been unbelievable with him. He's been a underdog in four straight postseason games. He's come through with four straight postseason eagle winds. I've eagle fan true story. Texting me last night that they've been crying crying for fifteen minutes less. I'm not going to name any names, Jim Cramer, but they were crying for fifteen straight minutes over the win last night. And so what Nick fools has done for the city. The organization is magic magic..

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"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"It is the legend essay Nick grows every single weekend cashing in on half million dollar million dollar incentives. Every single winning more playoff games writing a bigger and bigger history. They're like, no he never has to pay for a meal in that city ever again. How do you put into analytical content? Exactly what the heck. This guy's doing. Yeah. Historically, it's incredible. And it backs up all the all the amazing things that you see in. He and Tom Brady or. The only quarterbacks to win Super Bowl MVP than win a playoff game in the following season. The last twenty years, you think about all the other great quarterbacks point Peyton Manning. Aaron Rodgers drew breeze. So to win out this brain. He's Super Bowl MVP. And then when a playoff game in the next year's only fools and Brady Brady three separate times. Of course in the last twenty years before Brady have to go way back to Troy Aikman nineteen Ninety-three. So look at it is historically significant. His playoff numbers are ridiculous. Look a month ago. This wouldn't we didn't we didn't even have them on the postseason radar. And now they're playing at the number one seeded saints individual week. I'm just telling you, it's the best postseason story going along. Nick foles can keep this up and how much he can force the eagles from office to even contemplate a move that they've never contemplated making with Carson Wentz. No one has ever gone into the Superdome and beaten the saints in the Sean Payton drew Brees air in the playoffs. They're five or no. If he goes down there to New Orleans on Sunday and wins that game in a spot where the eagles got smoked in the regular. Forty seven s what do you do that? I mean, it's unbelievable Evan. Let the games began. Thanks for joining us today. Really? Appreciate it. Enjoy the divisional playoff round. Thanks a lot. I ask Adam osc at scout. Yeah. We should ask Adam. Well, it was a crazy wild card weekend. We've got the divisional playoffs coming up this weekend. And we got a lot of reaction to a lot of different questions. And for those questions. I'm going to toss it over to my fine producer, Josh macrey. Josh when he got from Hatem. Yeah. I love doing this. Every couple of weeks these ask Adam segments where we open up the voicemail box and let people ask some questions. Call and ask some questions and after a crazy wild card weekend. Obviously, there are a lot of questions. I it was with hindsight being twenty twenty with the bears have changed anything. Let's give her listen first time caller longtime listener, I said a quick question about without on the fares. They had a perfect opportunity to play Kirk cousins in a playoff game, which she has not shown that you can perform of to at least age six million dollar contract that he got signed up to do in hindsight is easy. To say that the Vikings are not as good as a eagles top to bottom. You kind of have the feeling of the unknown. What they both. You don't know what he's gonna do? You think the bears should've maybe loss, and we sent the writings or do you think they should as one kept the momentum? So I'm a big believer in winning and keeping momentum going, and I think it is hard to challenge the playoff karma gods and to say I'm going to lose this game..

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"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Ask. Datum we should ask atom. And once again, you have asked Adam we appreciate all your questions, my fine producer, Josh macrey as accumulator them collected them, and we're gonna read off your questions right now. In the latest addition of ask Adam, Josh, thank you for doing that. Yes. Some great voicemails adamant, obviously, we opened the show by talking about the Levy on bell situation. But another huge story that was in the NFL over the weekend and late last week, of course, Dez Bryant and that leads off our ask Adam segments. Hey, my name's Eric Jansen. And I was wondering what you thought about Dez Bryant since he is injuring out for the year and didn't play last year. All he's been out of the game for almost two years. And I was wondering if you think he's another contract next year. I think that there's a lot of tape on him starting to get old. Well, Ricky turn thirty years old last week. And we've seen other cases of other players coming back Richard Sherman towards achilles one year to the day that does Bryant it one year to the day. And he was ready to play the next year and Michael Crabtree. Toys achilles in may. And was ready to play the following December seven months later Crabtree. That time was twenty six years old Dez Bryant now thirty years old. So he's a little older not or no the desert taking good care of himself as Crabtree did back in the day. But I think he comes back next year. And I think he gets a chance to play. But here's the real issue. He's not going to cash in on the contract that he would have had he played for the saints. And hey at free agency, which was one of his goals. He picked New Orleans because he thought it'd be a great place to feature his talents. Go there play. Well, become a Frazier March and get the type of contract you on keeping money turn down twenty one million dollars from the Baltimore Ravens. After the Dallas Cowboys released him son with the saints for a pro rated portion of one point two five million dollars, which was actually six hundred thousand dollars base salary. That's what will collect for tearing his achilles. And obviously he'd like to come back. And I think people think he can come back, but not at the contract he hoped to land speaking of nagging injuries and big money players get mail from New England. And this is James from around just wanna get your take. If I think the patriots, and rob gronkowski are ways next year with all this going on between last off season and him now performing the season with injuries, and with all those incentives that he had not living up to those just wanted to take you think they are ways you think round could be done or football general. James, I've wondered that myself. I've asked people, and I'm told the answer that is known that he's not done that he's got another year left in his contract. New England came close to dealing him last off season to Detroit and gronk didn't wanna go anywhere. And I think there's loyalty to Tom Brady. And I think that that's a two-way loyalty, I think Tom Brady wants gronk around as long as he's playing. And I think Tom Brady wants to keep playing next year. And I think rock wants to keep playing next year now. Yes, productions down. Yes. He hasn't hit those incentives. But in a way, the patriots as much as they'd like to see him get huge numbers. They say okay didn't get the incentives. We save money against the cap. What's the big deal? So the idea of resting in the last couple of weeks was to have them ready for the stretch run. I am told that he's made great improvements that he's really looking pretty good. And so if that's the case, and he does come on and play. Well, the second half of the year. I think he is tracking to come back next year. Now, I'll say this also that the production has been down. He has not looked the same. He's looked more. Stiff more looks like. He's lumbering lumbering now, it'd be a good way of saying Jackie let's as lumbering out there doesn't look as explosive out there. And so there's concern as he's getting older. He's taking a lot of hits. He's played a very physical brand of football. But I don't think that this is the end of rob gronkowski quite yet. And everybody knows that backs. Stick around fifty..

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"adam segment" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on The MacCast

"And you know, I am now hesitating from. Calling it a cheap phone or an inexpensive iphone because it still is very much premium price. But I do think it's the iphone that is probably fit for most people out there. I think it's the one I'm going to be recommending to a lot of my friends and family when they ask about which I phone which new iphone purchase if they are looking to upgrade. Now that said we did here last week from Adam who tried out an iphone ten are and just found that it didn't white work for him mainly in terms of the sizing in the fit and that is one area where I kind of forget that the iphone ten are does fall in that size range. That's between an iphone ten s and I phone ten s MAC. So it is a pretty big phone. I'm going to even call it a gigantic phone, right? Six point one inches is not a small display, and I did have a few other folks Email me this week after hearing. Adam segment and say, yeah, I got an iphone ten are as an upgrade to my older phone want people upgrading from say like a six s or a seven, and they're finding that just due to the size. They're not really liking it saying, it doesn't really fit in my pocket. It doesn't fit my hand. I don't feel like I can use it one handed comfort comfortably and they're ending up returning it and going back to their older device which is a little bit surprising to me. I think I kind of forgive a little bit of the size for a lot of that performance. Feature upgrades that the iphone ten our offers. But if it's not the right fit for you. If it's not comfortable, I think the right thing to do is return it now, what are you mentioned in your Email to me that if you do return it remember a few things, you know, remove it from find my iphone a race and reset the device and make sure that you take your sim back if you transferred your sim from your old phone to your new. Iphone ten or make sure you pull it back. So that you can maintain your number and all of that good stuff. But you know, as a fellow gigantic phone, I was gonna say hater. But I think it's almost too strong a word someone who doesn't prefer a larger phone. I can understand how moving to a ten are might not be the right fit in also that you know, to pay the extra premium for a ten s it it's a little bit hard to justify just based on size preference alone. And it would be nice. If apple offered a lower price point device in a smaller form factor. Unfortunately, they don't and that's okay. You know, still a lot of you are loving your iphone ten are did hear from many more people who said, I gotta ten are absolutely loving it. It's been great upgrade for me. The size isn't really bothering me. And look, you know size. That's a very personal thing. We all have to kind of decide what? Is the right size device for us. And it's great now that we do have a plethora of size options covered with the new technology with the new eight twelve processor. Now, the one group that is being left out that I'm also hearing from and rightfully so is the iphone SE fans the four inch. I phones the small phone owners. They're kind of feeling left out at this point. And you're absolutely right. Unfortunately, I think the trend to larger devices has been going on for too long in the market seems to prefer those devices..

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"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Now I ask Adama's Gada and. Yeah, we should ask them. We'll come back to another edition of your Kohls. You're voicemails for ask Adam. We've got the NFL trade deadline a week away, and my fine. Outstanding producer, Josh macrey has collected some of your voice mails and we're gonna play them today and try to answer some of your questions, Josh. You there. Yeah, it's been too long. First of all, since we've heard from our fine loyal listener, so figured we'd bring back the ask Adam segment today, and we may as well call you dominance because you just brought up the fact that the trade deadline's a week away in not surprisingly, that's what a lot of our callers wanted to talk about this one. This is Chris Nair from the small town Springs Colorado. My question for you is, is it more likely that the eagles make a deal for patching you're sitting or for running back like, say Jordan Howard or maybe on Bill. Well, Chris Christian pagosa springs. You left l. Shawn McCoy guy that the heels once called on one time. Now, again, some interesting names, they're the one thing about philidelphia's to me, they are one of the most aggressive teams in the league, and it's almost like you give your kid twenty dollars to go to the mall. He's got twenty dollars to go spend. What is he going to go? Or she going to go and buy with that money. I almost feel like eagles have enough chips built up with eleven draft picks in the upcoming draft with the capital that they have to go make one deal. So do they try to go pry loose Patrick Peterson, the cardinals have insisted that they're not trading. I don't see Jordan. How we're getting from Chicago. I don't know where that talking conversations coming from Sean McCoy's name that's floating around out there. The eagles had made a call on Amari Cooper. So again, I just think when the eagles are struggling the way they are and they're still in the thick of things. And then if they're going to be busy and they're going to do their best to pull off a deadline deal like they did last year trading, a fourth round, pick to. Miami did JJ. I don't have the exact answer for you, Chris other than I expect Philadelphia to be active. And I'm, here's another question pertaining to another contender in what they might do at that deadline. Yes. And I was wondering if the charges and make any moves, even if it's a small trade for something to improve their chances or Super Bowl. Thank you. Well, he's what I would say this is that we go back and look. I don't recall a history of the Los Angeles chargers being ultra aggressive at the trade deadline. That's not to say that they wouldn't do something if it benefited the team. But when we go back and look at the five deals that were made at the deadline last year in the three that have already been made this you, none of them have involved the chargers. Typically, that's not been their pattern and while we're talking about the eagles being aggressive, I don't see that now if an opportunity presented itself, but I don't see. I'm not aware of anything shall we say at this point in time involved in the chargers doesn't mean it came up, but I'm not aware of anything. Move away from the trade deadline for these last two questions. First one about the jets calling from Brooklyn. I am a statically hopeful and pathetically voile jets fan. And out side of our young quarterback being the age that he is needing to develop his instincts needing develop his competence. What do you think is the biggest thing hindering the jets forward progress. At this point, please. God. Well, Tiffany in Brooklyn, have a little patience. I believe the jets arrow is pointing up. I believe they've begun to accumulate a lot of good young talent, and I think it's going to click at some point in time you're sooner rather than later. I know it's not where you want right now in the jets are maddening team and living in New York with so many frustrated jet fans who lack hope. I would say that there are better days ahead. I think the jets also will be looking at the trade deadline if they could add any talent, they've got cap space galore coming up to add more free agents..

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"adam segment" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Exam schefter podcast we're joined by two men will be joining espn draft coverage next week kirk herbstreet the voice of college football and chris the bare full lita college football researcher for espn's college game day they will both be joining espn's coverage in dallas next week with a unique perspective from the college game to the nfl level and we'll have your questions on the ask adam segment but first kirk herbstreet and chris the bear philippa or kirk you have your own podcast the herbstreet and fitz simons podcast and bear you got your own podcasts behind the best podcasts i appreciate coming on this podcast you guys know what works and what doesn't work on podcast how do you feel about transitioning from college football to the nfl draft here coming up later this month i'm looking forward to it i think it's going to be fun you know chris chris and i bear of course we we we follow these college players probably as closely as anybody throughout their careers and we've always had some thoughts and and you know like everybody else you get excited to see these guys have an opportunity to go to the next level and to now be able to be in a position to be able to talk about that and whether it's the the game day stuff that will be doing down in dallas and then joining adam you and your team for me in bear on the nfl side i'm personally looking forward to it and i think it's going to be a great scene down in arlington i next week i love it as well and having grown up on long island i was always one of those guys who would go go to the draft buber i'm a jets fan do you think i had been many opportunities to.

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"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Exam schefter podcast we're joined by two men will be joining espn draft coverage next week kirk herbstreet the voice of college football and chris the bare full lita college football researcher for espn's college game day they will both be joining espn's coverage in dallas next week with a unique perspective from the college game to the nfl level and we'll have your questions on the ask adam segment but first kirk herbstreet and chris the bear philippa or kirk you have your own podcast the herbstreet and fitz simons podcast and bear you got your own podcasts behind the best podcasts i appreciate coming on this podcast you guys know what works and what doesn't work on podcast how do you feel about transitioning from college football to the nfl draft here coming up later this month i'm looking forward to it i think it's going to be fun you know chris chris and i bear of course we we we follow these college players probably as closely as anybody throughout their careers and we've always had some thoughts and and you know like everybody else you get excited to see these guys have an opportunity to go to the next level and to now be able to be in a position to be able to talk about that and whether it's the the game day stuff that will be doing down in dallas and then joining adam you and your team for me in bear on the nfl side i'm personally looking forward to it and i think it's going to be a great scene down in arlington i next week i love it as well and having grown up on long island i was always one of those guys who would go go to the draft buber i'm a jets fan do you think i had been many opportunities to.

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"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

"Great news there's a quick way you can save money switch to geico geico could help you get great coverage at a great price and it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance go to geico dot com today and see how much you could save this week's free super bowl fifty two adam schefter podcast will be joined by the new tennissee titans a coach bike variable quota a touchdown pass from tom brady against the philadelphia eagles the last time philadelphia and new england played in the super bowl loss will be joined by the former forty nine ers raiders alltime wide receiver great jerry rice with his thoughts on the new england patriots in the run that they've put together espn nfl stats made evan kaplan will bring us of added perspective on the upcoming super bowl matchup between the patriots and eagles your will take your questions via voicemail for the first time in the ask adam segment on the adam schefter podcast but first mike variable hi mike how you doing good buddy car were you you know first of all i don't think our passive ever across like this so it's very strange to me to speak to you when i've been fully aware of you for such a long period of time but we never actually logan well maybe a good thing i have to tell you you my family and i when we need a good chuckle always put on frank kellyanne they'll have them you know what i mean i just it never gets old listening to him listening and uh it's your family's good she'll tell you put that on my wife she just watches the way i act and she gets a good source of vitamin all the time so uh kelly endo myself by do my own great impersonation of myself so that's the way it goes sometimes three care lafayette yourself man is good for tough wife where do you live i live on long island uh and i i spent a lot of time in bristol like two places would.

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"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

"While see this carson once is now out of the equation yup russell wilson's fighting kit seattle into the playoffs yet and it's hard for me to say that there is an mvp when that team that he make the post season is grit is russell wilson has been tom brady right now seems to be the guy that selling along and i think he's kinam was in the conversation though the vikings lost on sunday at carolina so that his his candidacy bit a hit antonio brown should he do that should pittsburgh have the number one seed and beat new england on sunday i think he's in the conversation he's in the conversation it is hard for me to go most valuable with a wide receiver where if we took him off the field juju smith schuster martavis bryant ally rogers some of these guys would step in and they would be able to help compensate for his loss he's maybe the most talented player the most productive player but not the most valuable player fair enough fair enough of course adam it wouldn't be an ask adam segment without a food question which i'll be judged slowing from can can is at sonics eat dead and says who has the best facilities including dining options in the nfl oh wow out you know the thing is is that don't get to travel around the way that i used to back in the day so i don't know who has abroad say this the pittsburgh steelers always were unbelievable because there very few facilities organizations that like to feed the members of the media through like feeding the heard her to cows reddell really like it very often but the pittsburgh steelers always would do they they were all they would allow install out to the best of my knowledge the media to come into the dining room after the players done.

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"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

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"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"adam segment" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

"Who one more ask adam future hall of famer randy moss i got him to participate so us whoa dang oh moving closer to uvira jiji future hall of fame no no no he might be he might be but i cannot believe that i could is dangled up and now that you say randy moss the great randy moss i should have recognized that right away in west virginia annoying man on on on no rent he's got a very distinct voice he's a great gotta work with a great team in i love him but that is something at wealth to get him on the podcasts at some point pella way to absolutely as but but but let's wrap up other area other are there are there are there any other voices there that i would recognize with again there aren't there really like won't your sister or whatever may be no no other famous voices but i'm glad that we we got that one in which leads us to this last question from john paul hat john paul a m d g adam how much of your day is spent on twitter either reading it or tweeting yourself other that's a good question jumpol i honestly i don't spend that much time on there believe it or not it sort of like something to do i'm board and don't have a lot going on and i don't have as many down moments in my life is i'd like but when i do like to not have to go to a charity function of new york city um if their semi final moments the table i may look down just to check things but i i really don't do that that much i'm not one of those guys who lives on twitter whose constantly on there um it's just not something that i wrigley do i feel like i work closely with twitter to a certain extent but i don't feel like i'm one of these guys is constantly on there it's a partner in crime i guess it is it's a 247 partner in crime herbs lutely absolutely i think this was a a successful segment adam we'll keep it going next week everyone just remember to use the hashtag ask adam to ask your questions to us both football and other was and that wraps up our first ask adam segment i like to.

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