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"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"And that's the difference between rural America and urban America sometimes. And I think what's also different just this, you know, just the exposure of people to wildlife, they see it on TV, but they don't necessarily go out and seek it. And you have to have mentors to do that. I've always had mentors. I've always had the desire to go outside and an opportunity to go outside. I was blissfully ignorant, probably, in my youth, because there was still a good bit of abundance I'd get frustrated, you know, I guess with certain things, but it didn't feel dire, like it feels today. Yeah. I think you're absolutely right. I think we are, you called it a threshold. I like to use an album or a picture of Robert Johnson at the crossroads. I feel like we're at the crossroads. Yet again, and are we going to move forward and go down the whatever go backwards? What will the path are we going to take here, but we are at a crossroads where we always seem to be at one on every issue these days. So it does feel a little more dire to me now. And a little bit comes with age and wisdom and full appreciation and a holistic view of the world that, you know, when you really start throwing in the population, the human population in and all you have to do is type in world population or U.S. population and what will pop up in Google is a counter. Either a link to it or it'll be right there in front of you. And it's automatically calculating deaths and births and growth right before your very eyes and that's where that average of one person every 37 seconds added to the U.S. population for every minute whatever it is. You look at that for a couple of minutes and it's strike. It just doesn't affect on you. Then you start, wow, we need resources for all of these people. It all comes together holistically. And it's not an easy situation. Then when you throw climate change on top of it, and big picture issues like that disease pandemics and all those things, then it makes you think a little more urgently sometimes about we need to take action. Well, let's hope going back to your Robert Johnson analogy. Let's hope that we make a deal with the devil and make songs that turn into awesome Led Zeppelin songs and I play it all across the world. That's what I'm hoping for, so. I'm hopefully optimistic.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Education courses out there and more voices out there talking to more people about what we have and how we got how we got here. And then we can start talking about where to go in the future. Did they teach any of that stuff in elementary school or middle school or high school back in Europe? I'm glad you brought that up because I meant to say that. It's like, that's where we really need to start too as some of this basic education. And it's probably happening in some places, but it's clearly not happening enough. And it needs to happen in urban areas. And just some of the shows that NatGeo, I'd love to, I'd love to work with some of these, and maybe it's maybe they teach, they bring things up at certain times, but we could do better, I guess. So we just need to, and one of my goals coming into the wildlife society was because I learned a good bit while I was at the TRC, not just about policy, but about the interface of communications. With policy and with the public and we focused a lot there, of course, on the hunting and fishing community and merged into the outdoor community as well. But the public. Who's who's working the public and we all, we all need to have a vested interest in working toward a more literate society on conservation and basic principles of fish and wildlife management. Yeah. Well, I think it's more important now than ever. And I always say this on this podcast anytime I'm talking with somebody in the conservation world. But I really believe that we're at a threshold for multiple reasons. Abe, just because population, right? That's number one. But also, I mean, what you were saying earlier with just indifference, right? I mean, maybe I don't have the correct perspective, right? Because my generation, I'm in it and there's the whole revisionist history thing going on for older generations, but the way I see it, I mean, there's like, and maybe my generation is just too young to have really made an impact on it yet, but I don't see any of the any of the folks that are really. Almost crazy for it, right? To where you're really going to make some changes. And I get concerned for that. And I think I'm going to give it some more time, right? Because I really do I want to give my life to conservation, right? I think it's just so important to me and seek outside obviously feels the same way. A lot of the people I know, my parents, my family, they're all super conservation minded, but I get worried that and it starts with education of the public and if somebody doesn't know what we have, they can't protect it. But I get worried for my generation. I don't know if maybe you felt the same back in your day or what? You know, it was probably a little different when I was a lot younger. I was so I was so immersed in this profession into wildlife and I've always been hunting deeply. This is my 50th year hunting in a row. 500 my whole life. My grandpa started taking me when I was 5 years old. I couldn't hunt legally then. It was ten years old and stayed Illinois. But I was always outside.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Will take, things will try to move toward equilibrium and deer populations. I mean, populations are like the stock market. They go up down and sideways. That's the only direction they can go. They can't go any other direction. Yeah. Something will drive them up and something will drive them down. And urban people love to have deer in their suburban people live in suburbs and in the wildland urban interface. Love to have deer, but until they start eating their bushes and stuff. Well, then if you want to manage those populations, are they willing to accept that? So, and some people never will accept acted while I've management where you have to kill and a certain animals. They just never accept it, but the other outcome, you know, disease there's other there's just vehicle accidents on highways. There's all kinds of ways that animals are going to die. And they're going to die. We're all going to die. All organic organisms are going to die. Oh, for sure. Social they're saying human dimension and social tolerance and acceptance part of it, that people don't really think about that much. Yeah, and for things to go back to normal. First off, it would take thousands of years because there would be all these population rises and then crashes, right? With populations hitting a threshold that they maybe they could have when there was an unspoiled land, but nowadays it's just impossible due to habitat. It would take that. But then it also take literally every single cornfield to be dissolved to go back to what it used to be, you know, tall grass Prairie or whatever, every single skyscraper would have to crash. All these things would have to, if you wanted to really go back to normal to where humans don't manage it. It's impossible at this point. We've accepted the burden of being the stewards for this land.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"It would have been easy to say climate change. It would have been an obviously easy to say habitat loss, but I think an existential threat that we're paying attention to it make no mistake. I mean, there are many professionals that are very cognizant of this. And thinking about it, but we're not addressing it necessarily as well as it could be. And a lot of that's just public education and some people you're just never going to change their minds and their thoughts and feelings about things. But it can create a problem because these people vote. Yeah. And politics and policy are two very different things, but they interplay and the policy affects funding. It affects all kinds of aspects of wildlife management and science that a lot of people don't even think about. So what do you think can be done differently to create more passion around wildlife? Because, I mean, we're in an age. I mean, yeah, you can say people are more disconnected from nature than ever. But I also feel like it's so much easier to create awareness about these things nowadays. Climate change, right? So much awareness around that. Messengers too. I mean, look at you guys. You're doing your podcast now. There's a lot more venues for this exchange, which is why I love getting on here with you and others and talking about this stuff because this is exactly what we need to do. We need to be training our own ranks on how to talk to the public and encouraging them to do so and not getting an arguments and fistfights and all that stuff, but having good conversations about why wildlife are important. Things don't just manifest out on the landscape. There are reason we have ill. And there are reason we have strong populations of trout and because of water quality and those guys, there's a reason for all this stuff.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"But like how long did it take for that to shift to where people just accepted it? Yeah, it's a great question. I still to this day don't think some people have accepted it. I think generally the vast majority of the population realized, yeah, it's a law and I don't want to break the law because I'll lose my hunting license and my privileges for amount of time. But it took some time and it took time for the price to come down. Before the COVID pandemic and the what led to shortages of ammunition and then I guess I'll just call it political influence on ammo shortages when certain individuals were elected into office. All of a sudden ammo went off the shelf. It's great for PR, but hard if you're a hundred to find a box of shells sometimes. But I think, you know, after the ban, the price just kept coming down and down and down, which is why we have a statement in there about encouraging the industry to really up their capacity and getting more product of non lead on the market, develop new ones and meet consumer demand, but also bring that price down where people can afford it. I mean, look, I shot Remington core locks forever. Those old slow one 50 grains, two 70 rounds. They killed just fine. But there were 12 bucks a box. Maybe I think I even bought them just, you know, 9, ten bucks a box sometimes a Walmart. Yeah. I mean, even now they're like 20. Even with a couple of Bryce, but they're still half the price of what the others are. Exactly, yeah. Yeah. But it took a little while. It took a little while back to the question. It just takes a little while for things to sink in. There's always still going to be some culprits out there that are going to use lead. And by the way, you don't have to have twos to kill geese with lead. You can kill them with four pretty good distances. It must be a better shot than I. Well, it's just a ballistic difference of lead. But the point is, is that it took some time, but I think people are quite accustomed to it now. And a lot of friends, I admittedly, I'm in this conundrum where I've got lots of lead and I almost feel guilty now shooting it. But I'm going to have to I'll either sell it, I really don't want to throw it in the dumpster, you know? I've just accumulated shotgun shells and I'm in this conundrum where I preach this, we ought to be phasing it out, but I haven't switched a 100% myself either on the upland. Largely, it's an economic thing. I've just got like two or three cases of pheasant loads that I've acquired over events we used to do at the TRC and just buying it myself. And what do I do with it if I sell at somebody else going to shoot in the environment? So it's a weird conundrum, but slowly I myself phasing into non toxic when I can find it these days for upland, but the big game stuff. We made the switch. My wife and I both. Nice. They just cut bait. They shot, they shot up their lead, and they stopped and everything's non toxic around.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Not the position of the wildlife society today, but I'm just questioning this as a scientist and a hunter, what sense does it make to allow hunters to shoot doves over water and then go back to the same pond and make them use steel as she waterfowl? Are you achieving the objective for waterfowl populations and non toxic shots? So it begs the question and there's not a lot of science on that. Not a lot of science yet. Yeah, so not on that cumulative impact of multiple seasons and different loads. That's where I was going. Okay. This is a big debate now on. Expansion and whether the fish and wildlife service should mandate non toxic and such. That's a big debate on going to. So there's basically two kinds of hunting that you can still hunt with lead. Big game and upland. And small thank you. Small game, yeah, small game rabbits and stuff like that. If you had to choose one, just in terms of environmental efficacy and I guess ethics to where one you only could choose one and that would be the bigger impact switching and banning lead would it be big game or would it be like small game? We'll lump small game and upload. Yeah, is that just because there's more animals that are end up eating the expelled carcasses of well, it's just the sheer volume of lead that's flung into the air. It doves in particular. I mean, I remember what the average is, my average is pretty good because I shoot pretty well. But I think it's like a ten or 12 shells per dove killed on I can't remember what it is. But I think if you think about all the pheasant owners all the upland game hunters are small upland bird hunters and small game hunters for rabbits and such the amount of this this year volume in the environment. That's where I would go. Yeah. With big game, I mean, I shoot two or three rounds at most a year. If I only have one tag, usually it's one round. So it's concentrated in that one animal. Obviously multiplied by multiple honors, but yeah, I would go with the up one. So why haven't they just straight up banned? Because bismuth and copper is, I feel like for upland, it's becoming a lot more popular. Why haven't they just straight up banned lead? Well, there's opposition to it. Obviously, again, largely from shooting sports, but also others too. And there's arguments there, I suppose, but certainly certainly an economic factor.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Certainly work in the policy space to ensure the fundings there for things like habitat conservation and defending PR and as we have to head to recently there's a crazy Bill out there. That's still developing, but there's a bill out there to dismantle PR funding. And so that's a bad idea. We supported rawa. I know you've recovering America's wildlife act. I know you've covered that quite a bit. We've been playing very heavy in that. That's one of our policy that's one of our big policy priorities. But the other thing we do on the policy front is we do scientific and reviews of the literature, create technical reviews. And those almost always lead to a position statement, but we can also do position statements without necessarily having the big sciencey review. And the key thing there is, I feel like having a position statement from the professional society of biologists always helps in an argument or a debate or a policy discussion, I used them when I was at the TRC, but I used the wildlife society position statements all the time. Okay. So we moved funding and let others do the distribution. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, I do want to kind of jump back on the bill that was introduced. I believe out of it was a Georgia House of Representatives guy or a senator that essentially would cut all of the pitman Robertson's dollars from just guns and ammunition or saw a couple different things because I saw one that was just guns and ammunition, but then I saw one that was, it could be like bows and arrows and stuff like that. Could you just break that Bill down and maybe if you know where it's at, explain to us how dire of a situation it is? I'll keep it at a pretty high level because I looked at the title of the bill. I read just a couple of sentences in it to realize this probably isn't going to go anywhere. But the basic idea and it would be a bit more Robertson covers ammo and bows and arrows, but archery equipment as well, but and then dingle Johnson fishing gear. But that's an earmarked 11% sales tax that was developed decades ago and has paid out billions as we know and is the foundational funding source for state wildlife agencies to maintain these populations and habitats that we all love to enjoy. An excise tag on tax that is as far as I know, the firearms industry is supportive of the NRA is supportive of this. They're opposed to this bill.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"It just shows support for the wildlife profession, the profession is showing that you're taking the steps to educate yourself and demonstrate that your professional society is recognizing you as a biologist, but the work doesn't necessarily change. The interesting thing there, this could go on for a long while, talking about the ins and outs of this, but it's not like very many employers require that CWB. We have a trademark, so if you look at in my email signature, you'll see I spell it out as a certified wildlife biologist, there's a little trademark R there. But some people just put CWB, but you don't necessarily necessarily guarantee you a job or get you a more pay or it's just not required. It's a really nice thing to have though. I did it for two reasons. One, at the time, well, first of all, just to support my professional society, it's just something offered by the wildlife society and this is the right thing to do. And it's got a nice to be recognized by your peers. But also I was working in the timber industry at the time and any little thing that you can do to demonstrate that you're credible wildlife person and even working in industry. There's perception factors there when you work in industry and because I've had consultants tell me it really helps them sometimes to have that certification behind their name and it certainly helps and professional testimony, those kinds of things. People just may view you a little bit differently if it's promoted, but the work's the same. Yeah. Well, I mean, I could imagine just being recognized as a wildlife biology in a society that was that Aldo Leopold had a big part in, I mean, it's just kind of a cool thing for a wildlife biologist.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"We have a whole committee that looks at these applications to be a certified wildlife biologist through the wildlife society. So I oversee everything. I run the inspiration that I run the oversee the show, but the staff really do all the hard work, so. Yeah, so essentially, if there's a wildlife biologist that has graduated from Montana state university, and I say that because that's my brother's situation. First on the top of the head. Graduated from two. Oh, nice. Nice. Yeah. So say, my brother, he got his wildlife biology degree. He would come to the wildlife society to essentially get training for in field operations. What kind of training do you do? Maybe break down kind of what a training session would be like in the wildlife society. And before I jump into that, let me just explain our structure just a little bit too. So we work at what we call headquarters, which is the wildlife society, which is an international, has an international framework, but we're very heavy to the U.S. and Canada. We're starting a chapter in Mexico pretty soon here. But we have state chapters and all states and sometimes multiple chapters in a state that's as large as California. And then there are sections that represent certain regions of the country. They're 7 of them in North America and the U.S. and one of them in Canada. So we have 8 sections and there's a representative of each of those sections, which again reflect a bunch of different states, central mountains, southwest, northeast, those kinds of geologic geographic breakdowns. Those representatives, those 8 representatives serve on our council. And then we have a four year term for the presidency.
"arnett" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Out there. In the wide world of seek outside podcast enthusiasts. Hope y'all are doing a great today. Just wanted to let you know and bring your attention to the seek outside YouTube page, we have a new video that's coming up on Thursday tomorrow, Thursday, August 11th, that video is pretty sweet. It's a video of us going up and catching some beautiful cutthroat trout and the high Alpine of Colorado. So make sure you all check that out. We're doing a little catch and cook. We kind of had a battle between the spinning rod and the fly rod. So watch the video to see who did better. So yeah, I hope you guys enjoyed that. Just a little seek out sad related news if you are planning on getting a tent or a backpack for hunting season, do it now, our lead times have extended just a little bit. Due to, I mean, we've been getting a lot of orders. So we've been working hard over here. But if you are looking to get something before hunting season, place that order now, otherwise we can't really guarantee it. So just make sure that you're on top of that, feel free to call us if you have any other questions. If you do have an order in, you got a trip coming in that's making me a little bit nervous. Feel free to give us a call. In most cases, we can do something for you to have, make sure you have your shelter or your backpack by the time of your trip. So all right guys, enjoy this podcast with Ed arnett. He is a member of the wildlife society, which was started by Aldo Leopold. It's a really cool society. Sounds like the Illuminati for honestly for wildlife biologists. They probably probably do some shady shit out there, but now I'm just kidding, they do awesome stuff. So I hope you guys enjoy the podcast and chat at you later. Welcome to the seek outside podcast. And you think that's bad. So you're right on the phone.
"arnett" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Companion build where you get the two companions from two of the classes. Different things like that. That'd be cool. Pretty cool. Yeah, so I'm digging it quite a bit. The writing feels much more enjoyable than borderlands three in terms of the story outside of some few moments like the Penn and teller boss or some others really was quite lacking for me. And so pretty good. Mindless fun. Miss bubbles was asking, says that she had heard the humor was poor or not incredibly great. And if that's true, and I would certainly say there were parts where I did laugh, Will Arnett is pretty cool, but he doesn't get to do his full thing. Like he doesn't sort of like they're on chains a little bit. Yeah, so it's a bit hit or miss. But there are parts that were funny. I don't even agree on the stick because it's borderlands. We have to stick to guns. I think the Malay could have just been where if you swing the weapon, that's what's out. If that's your class, that's what sits out. And you can still switch the guns as normal. If you fire that would have been cool. Like a vermin type thing, right? Where it's like just a melee class. I would have wanted that for sure. Because that small change would have at least allowed us to say, oh, it is D&D, and instead, it's just a bunch of sniper rifles until somebody swings a close weapon because guys get too close to them, which is even with because even the spells are almost all ballistics. So it's like, yeah. I mean, even like borderlands two, hat, you could basically go melee with some classes like you could kind of do it with zero. You can also do it with a creek, like the super psycho. Class. You could also go melee with him, so yeah. Dad beats $10 super chat. As usual, nice to see everybody..
"arnett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well Pfizer and Valentine are sharing their first bit of research and reaction and understanding on the crime and on boosters and Baxter has the story in the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco head Yeah right Brian a Pfizer and BioNTech say with a booster the dosage is effective against the amaron variant Pfizer CEO Albert berla on Bloomberg balance of power The Pfizer binding vaccine would provide for omega the same protection like the first two doses provided for the initial strain The reason I'm saying yeah he says it goes up to about 95% He says they know that just the two doses are not enough And this is why it is so good news and we need to make sure that everybody's getting better Umbrella says doctor Anthony Fauci is right Everyone should have the booster and Bloomberg's Tim arnett says even if the variant is more mild as is being reported it is important to cut the number of cases Even if it causes milder disease if it sickens more people that raises the possibility of further mutations and other things that can be very very problematic Tim says more research on lasting efficacy should then be known by the end of the year UK is going to tighten restrictions again because of a Macron prime minister Boris Johnson has done a direct one 80 from saying hey Merry Christmas happy holidays It'll be normal to introducing three new restrictions We will reintroduce the guidance to work from home Guidance to work from home Employers should use the rest of the week to discuss working arrangements with their employees but from Monday you should work from home if you can And masks Second from this Friday we will further extend the legal requirement to wear face masks to most to most public indoor venues including theaters and cinemas And we'll need a vaccine pass to get into large venues The U.S. House has passed the human rights Bill the bill to punish China over Uyghur oppression Bloomberg's Lucille Lou says this goes further than what's already in place Basically it's all good coming from India and they were forced labor And so it really quickly owned us on the exporters So if this does come through of course we would expect a strong reaction from China Lucille says bill would require Homeland Security also to create a list of entities collaborating with the Chinese U.S. president Joe Biden says a U.S. will not act militarily and unilateral fashion against Russia.
"arnett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Round draft pick cornerback Damon arnett after a video emerged of the player making death threats while brandishing firearms The former Ohio State Buckeye has been on injured reserve since October 9th and is also facing lawsuits from a car accident last year Finally the Boston Celtics have lost Jalen Brown for the next one to two weeks as a guard deals with a hamstring injury The 25 year old leads a team averaging 25.6 points per game I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com The Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg quick take He's a Bloomberg business flash Well Asian stocks are looking set to get a bit of a lift we didn't have another good day for U.S. equities as they extended their winning streak looking at the ASX department Sydney the only major boost of the limit which is trading with a benchmark up by what one tenth of 1% looking also for futures out of Japan Japan gets going in about 13 minutes from now the cash market at least futures indicating a rise as they are indeed for Hong Kong This the background coming from the S&P 500 as it edges higher for an 8th session that's the longest winning streak since 2017 Now looking at what's going on in this part of the world where we've got a game property in China very much in focus two holders of dollar notes sold by a unit of China ever grant a yet to receive payment for coupons that were officially due Saturday So watch that space Look at the market in the U.S. a little bit here as well because we did see Chinese education stocks gaining in trade that after diversity put it that Beijing plans to issue more than a dozen licenses that would allow companies to offer after schools tutoring waiting here to people familiar with that particular matter So no doubt education soaks me will be on the move across a Chinese various indices as well Looking at what we have with Tesla and indeed we did get that predicted drop in the EV maker and it was a bit of a weight on the NASDAQ 100 and of course it was this time yesterday that we were reporting that Elon Musk had undertaken that he.
Will Arnett: Twitter Is Where Comedy Goes To Die
"So you don't spend much time on twitter anymore not much anymore. It's way way too depressing. It's been dominated by the unfunny. Est people in the world get a lot of fun and i i wouldn't even include myself. I was much more of a sort of avoid era. But there are people like you and there were so many interesting funny voices on their five eight ten years ago and is now dominated by virtual virtue signaling amongst people who wanna already know that they're doing the right thing right and a race to be right everybody's racing. It's not just about being right. It's about how quickly you can put it out there. I'm amazed by people by how much how right they are about. Every subject follow whom. I kind of like i kind of know every subject that comes up there like and then this and then so and so shouldn't be doing this wait. You're just as impassioned about. Come quads yesterday about this and tomorrow it'll be whatever the next news item is unlike settled down. Of course i mean it's just. That mentality is so far from my own uncertain about what i'm going to have for breakfast and even after i like if you ask me what i had wouldn't be able to quite confidently tell you so to get online. It'd be like everyone. This is exactly the truth is very. it's a difficult mindset for me to understand roaming ask you this. You say you're unsure about what to have for breakfast kid. Do you feel confident that you could defend your choice. After you've had breakfast absolutely
"arnett" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Night that ended up getting wrong, but You win some, You lose some. That's that's exactly right. So, as you mentioned Zach, the Jaguars do have James Robinson and remember last year, he said, a rookie NFL record for the most total yards to the 1st 14 games of a career. Also signed Frasier running back Carlos hi to a two year deal this offseason as well. And in the press coverage after the first round, head coach Urban Meyer says the play with the crowded running back rooms to have Robinson and hide be the 12 punch. With each hand being used primarily as a third down back. John says you're offsides job was made the most head scratching pick of the first round and taking Travis Et en all sides. I didn't think they needed to go with the running back. I didn't think they should go with the running back. But he is a good palate. Trevor Laurence, you could talk me into it. Who had paid in Turner. In the first round. Who had Eric Stokes that ended up going to Green Bay paid intern and went to the Saints. Eric Stokes went to Green Bay who had those two guys go in the first round. And how about this one? The Raiders. Once again, they took Cleland feral it for May ox first draft. Then, last year, they took Henry rugs as the first receiver off the board. They shouldn't have done that. Then they drafted Damon Arnett, who was projected to go in the second round. Alex Leatherwood was No Backdraft predicted to go at 17 overall. Most Haddon Second round, like where we are right now, the Steelers were on the clock with the 55th pick. It could be a good pick. It's a position of need, but to do so at 17. Yeah, that's a big head scratcher, but it kind of fits the script and what it's been for Mike Mayock in these dressed so I will not say That the Jackal has made the most head scratching pick of the first round and taking Travis Etienne offsides. Offside Number four Quatro as their legal Harris makes his way to the stage to go introduce the Steelers pick. Yes, wait. He just wiped his mouth with the terrible towel. I think. Uh, well, I guess his mask is the terrible towel is that with a two on one, so he was taking off the mask, which was the terrible tied, thought he was waving it in and just wiped his mouth ago. That's not what the terrible Talyn supposed to be used as that's a pretty all those. You're pretty cool Mass. The terrible towel masks. There you go. Yeah, Not bad. Right? Alright, bad what we got. So as you just mentioned before his act agreement Packers were the center of attention on draft day yesterday, as Adam Schefter reported the Aaron Rodgers told the organization he wants out then later on in the draft at pick 29. To be exact. The Packers drafted Georgia Corner, Eric Stokes. By passing on a receiver yet again now, just twice in 2000 and three of the Packers drafted disco position.
MLB moves 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta
"New voting laws in Georgia, civil rights and faith leaders in Georgia are calling for boycotts on the state's biggest corporations for holding back on condemning the new election law they say will suppress minority voting. Say comments this week by Coca Cola and Delta Airlines were too little too late because they condemned the bill. A week after Governor Brian Kemp signed it into law. The faith and civil rights leaders want corporate leaders to agree to a press conference to publicly condemn Georgia's law and similar measures in other states. They're planning boycott starting next Wednesday, April 7th on Michael Kastner just crossing my desk from the Washington Post. Major League Baseball planning to move 2021 All Star game out of Atlanta amid criticism of Georgia's new voting along We'll have more on that throughout the afternoon. I'm sure in our sports updates, ABC headlines Arnett and Chinese
"arnett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Palestinians will be going to the polls later this year to vote on the future of their president. 16 years after mark when Abbas was elected to a four year term as president of the Palestinian Authority dates have been set for presidential and parliamentary election. Despite the belief that the lack of elections remains the primary impediment to statehood. Polls indicate a majority of Palestinians are unconvinced that a free and fair election will happen in May in July as planned. Major concern is whether the Fatah and Hamas factions that ruled the West Bank and Gaza Strip respectively, will cede power, according to election results at 85 in rumored poor health The possibility of a bus stepping down has already triggered an aggressive battle for succession within the Fatah and the Palestinian Authority. Michael Freaks in town Hall News Jerusalem, Check Out More news and analysis at the media line dot or g'kar and the town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. Is the Keystone XL Pipeline in danger the premiere of Canada's oil rich province of Alberta once president like Joe Biden to give the Canadian government a chance to make the case for the Keystone XL. Oil Sands Pack line to be built. Alberta Premier Jason Kenny says he will seek legal damages if reports are true that Biden plans to scrap the pipeline on his first day as US president. Biden has previously said he will cancel the pipeline. John Scott reporting John Art. Jon Arnett, one of Southern California's greatest running backs, who went on to become the five time Pro Bowl player for the L. A. Rams has died. Arnett died Saturday of heart failure and ladies we go Oregon, he was inducted into the College Hall of Fame in 2001. Was a five time Pro Bowl selection with the rands. He also played.
"arnett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I don't know what we're gonna get out of Damon Arnett. Yet He showed classes here and there, but he just wasn't on the field enough to really get a good feel for what kind of corner he's gonna be. I think he's talented. I think he can be really good. How does he fit into the system? We have yet to see. And how are the linebacker's gonna fit in? Because you have to be able to cover you know you're covering your covering a third of the field in that middle underneath kind of area. We know little tin can cover but he didn't have a very good season. I don't know that Nicholas Morrow was gonna gonna be that guy to help out. You know, it's just I think personnel wise. They have a lot of holes that they need to fill to really make this defense go. But I do like the fact that you're gonna be able to come in and kind of simplify things. For the back into that defense in the secondary, because that's where they need the most help. A Sephora's getting lost out there and just go you're taking and your overall grade of the Raiders finishing up with that eight Nate season. Oh, I think we talked about it before very disappointing because for a second year in a row, they had a horrible second half of the season. A lot of it was due to the defense as far as the Gus Bradley higher goes, I don't know if I didn't see the press covers. I don't so I don't know if it was a dress, but I guess he may not have been in the running to be the head coach. With the charges because the charges are a very attractive team, and the defense was one of the reasons why they were relatively competitive in all those one score game, So I guess the fact that he didn't there are apparently was not under consideration. For it is something that works to the benefit of the Raiders going to a team within the division so clearly two games against the Chargers next year he's gonna have Ah ah, lot of knowledge that should help the Raiders and we should see some better defensive performances and Matt touched upon Ah, lot of the fundamental and technical Advantages and strength and weaknesses that Gus Bradley brings. His obviously proved himself in. Seattle didn't have as much to work with in Jacksonville, but nonetheless, I think it's a good hire. And I would expect that the defensive improvement that many of us expected to see this year will be seen next year, especially if there's AH lot more stability as far as offseason moves go, compared to what there was less Dog season when there was a significant change, which is very often it's a good thing, but sometimes the changes take when you have as many changes they had. It takes a season for all those adjustments to work out all those changes to work out, and I think Gus Bradley is coming into a very good situation and again, you're getting you're getting a coach who strength is whose background and strength is the current weakness of the team is inheriting. Vegas, Sandy 7 11 read his stuff in gaming. Today. It's at the sports books on Wednesday mornings, It's dropped off there, and he has good does ah, lot of different articles. At least he has been and will continue through the MBA season and up on until when baseball starts as well, Mac a terrorist at sports adrenaline. You can follow Matt that way, Matt your take on some of the guys that you expect to be back, and then we saw some late season..
"arnett" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Air. Learn more at Alaska air dot com. This'd is the live wire House party from Peter Arnett. Some Luke Burbank with Elena Pastorello as we do each week, we ask the live where listeners a question This week, we asked, Tell us about a mystery. You can't seem to solve Elena. What of the listeners saying are some things that are mysterious to them. Here's one from Keith that I think I might note sort of the answer to if I can remember back to when I took like, intrude a cultural anthropology 25 years ago, But Keith wants to know who decided to Order the alphabet. Like the order that the letters my God, because we order so much of our life using alphabetical order. So like why, How did they decide It Didn't start with Q. Right. So you actually know the answer to this, Elena? I don't know if I can articulate it, but I remember I took like an intruder, linguistics, anthropology class, and the alphabet was like this weird project from a lot of different cultures that were living like in and around Egypt. Thousands of years ago, like Canaanites and the phony shins, and then the Greeks picked it up kind of later, but they made symbols for sounds. And then they also associate ID those symbols with numbers. So the A B c, d e f G, which is not what it was back then, anyway, But like that order where there was a numerical order, like a was one and B was too or whatever, but of course, it didn't go in the direction that we wanted it to go now. And somebody added exit some point, But other people rejected the X. It's really It's really interesting. This is why David doesn't think I'm cool. I think it's cool that you know this stuff. More importantly, though, do you have to sing the alphabet song in your head? When you're trying to figure out you know.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is self-explanatory
"Suicide Squad kill the justice. League is about the suicide squad trying to kill the Justice League. The other big video game news from D., C. Fan Dome was learning a lot more about suicide squad kill the Justice League from rock steady games the developer of Arkham asylum city night. Suicide Squad kill the Justice League is officially its title and game is about the suicide squad trying to kill the Justice League the trailer for the game opened up on a decimated metropolis. There was a weird glowing giant purple skull ship in the distance and it cuts to Harley Quinn on a rooftop goofing off and making jokes in response to just the General Radio Chatter. Then the rest of the suicide squad was revealed along with Harley Quinn. This game will also feature Captain Boomerang with a pretty intense Australian. Dead Shot and King Shark they had some comedic banter making fun of dead shot for claiming he never misses well King Shark absent mindedly popped green lantern and Batman balloons, which is interesting to me because there have been side quests about popping balloons in the past arkham games. And then Amanda Waller came on the line telling them they had to get to work or she would blow them up. Was All pre rendered but the next part of the trailer gave a pretty good idea of what to expect in terms of Gameplay Harley Quinn zipped around using some kind of Hook Shot zip-line thing and used her bat mainly to attack these weird purple enemies. King Shark looked slow but carried a big machine gun dead shot had a jet pack did a lot of shooting and Captain Boomerang had some kind of quick teleporting ability while he was also throwing boomerangs and other weapons. And all of this happened while outkast's B O b bombs over Baghdad played on top of it. After finishing off the group, they quipped that what they did probably will knock a few years off the sentence and then Harley remembered that there was an Alpha target they needed to pursue. And that's when Superman showed up with his classic Yellow Belt and red. Underwear look. At first, it seemed like he saved a helicopter pilot from a crash, but then his eyes start glowing purple and he killed the pilot prompting these suicide squad to realize they are meant to kill the Justice League, the trailer ended with. Superman. Not really reacting to getting hit in the head with some kind of pipe that guess King Shark through and it revealed a twenty twenty to release window for playstation five. Series. Exit PC. After that trailer host will Arnett revealed a few more details about the game with the voice cast from suicide squad who were in character Harley. Quinn specifically referenced getting excited about killing Batman and Captain Boomerang mentioned the flash. After that game director Sefton Hill showed up. There was this whole silly conceit that will Arnett was being transported around to his hosting duties and Hill had joked that they had just shipped him a green screen which was pretty good joke but he answered a few more questions. The game does play S- in the chronology. So it is technically a sequel to Batman Arkham night it's going to be a lot different, but narrative is moving the plot forward. They decided to do a suicide squad game because they consider their games character-driven and the suicide squad highlights. One of the things DC has always been particularly good at villains they appreciated how flawed they were. It also gave them the opportunity to create an interesting impossible scenario, which is, of course, hunting down the Justice League. The gameplay will be a hybrid of hero empowerment action and Gunplay, which is definitely a unique for rock steady Batman does not use guns. The game will offer up to four player Co op, but will totally be playable single player. If you're playing alone, the AI will handle your other members and you will apparently be able to swap between them seamlessly. You can also go back and forth between single and multiplayer over the course of game it is also an open world. That world being metropolis. The twenty twenty to release window really surprised me. Batman Arkham night released in two thousand fifteen they lent it a lot of support post release but I think it's pretty safe to assume they have been working on it at some capacity since that game released since arkham night released. A suicide squad game was also teased as early as two thousand thirteen where there was something at the end of Batman Arkham origins. So to learn it is nearly two years away. Surprised me. I'm not really disappointed. Honestly, I'm happy to wait just surprised I would have assumed it would be
"A mistake that many photographers make as they make a go at being a professional photographer. is believing that being a generalist is an advantage. Saying that you can photograph, anything doesn't leave impression with a client that you think it should make. Secondly. It leaves the photographer to be defined by what they're hired to do. Rather than by the work that they have a passion for. You may achieve financial success. But. It may not be the type of photography. Sings to your heart Alan Clarke had a clear idea of the kind photographer. He wanted to be and the kinds of photographs you wanted to make. Based in Nashville Tennessee his desire to be a photographer in the music. Industry could have led him to photograph. Country Music Stars. But. He didn't want his physical address to pigeonhole his photography or his aspirations. so He created his own path as a commercial editorial photographer resulting in a career that has allowed him to photograph the likes of Sir George Martin even. Hawk Bob Newhart and two former presidents. I hope this conversation demonstrates the importance of defining who you WanNa be and who you are as a photographer. This is about an annex and welcome back to the candidate frame. Are, I. Alan Welcome to the show. Thank you glad to be here so glad to get Nice Mike. Voice this should be. This is gonNA sound good? Stuff. You ever watched thirty rock now know. Alec, Baldwin and Will Arnett, both have amazing voices, and so they played that up a lot, and that's to our strengths as well so they had like a sexy voice off at one point. Close to each other, and be like I can do that and then they to be like. Yes, you can this. Man Gets. Today's the record this. The astronauts took off on the capsule and the rocket today and I know you're thinking. What you're talking about. You're saying. Neil. Armstrong! Yeah, it's a replica of his suit over a Hoodie. So Yeah I've completely nerd out today you've you've photographed a bunch of the of the suits. But where did the best nation begin? I think like most of us. You think of these images and you dream when you're a child like I was I wanted to be. An oceanographer wanted to be part of the cousteau. Society I wanted to be an astronaut and. Set in my second third grade class looked out the window and reflected on every port report card ever had. Would get these notes of our report cards to be like a you unsatisfactory. He just doesn't pay attention. He looks out the window constantly. That's what I got. Unsatisfactory what they had on the report Carsberg. Takes. A dreamer looks like when they're little. We have the album are recordings of the Apollo flight at my house, growing up so double album and it had pictures of the flight and I remember. I didn't think I really understood exactly what I was listening to just Kinda of thought, it will couple. At record on and just listened to it and look at looking at the pictures. I think it's probably still in my house somewhere. Let even though I don't have a record player anywhere near, let's. I, don't know I'm not one of those. Guys. Are. You saying you're not a hipster? Is that what you're saying? I think that by a couple of decades man I duNno, sometimes. My wife tells me their original hipster. Looking into some of this I'm like I. Don't know, but then I look at myself. When I do that. A you still have a record player and listen to things and she may be right. Working the idea that you want it to be able to photograph the spaces issue. Number of them have and you know I guess the idea came along Huntsville. Space and rocket center is only two and a half hours from Nashville so. have been going down there since I was a kid. My parents took me when I was little, and it just never stopped and something like a tradition. Take took my children there and. I've had photo shoots. Their showed up multiple times I. Don't think they. Enough to where they're sick of me, but it's pretty close. And just kept going there and going there, but then when I would do like photo shoots across. You know our great country. I would go to in in Boston there's A. Museum for JFK and I've been there and just seeing Johnson, space center in Houston of course, and all the different spots every time I get a chance I'll go and visit and just take my camera with me when I go, and my whole point is to just record these to record them like I would do it. Not like a tourist would try to actually light it really well, and sometimes you get permission to do these things, and sometimes you don't. But most of these things are on public display, and were American citizens, so we can kind of like just Bassani and people don't know this, but all all the museums in DC are all. All free to American citizens, because that's part of our taxes, and that's what it goes towards, and so you can kind of do anything you and requests, these types of things, so it started years ago through a space and rocket center, which was a privately funded thing, and it was on the redstone arsenal, the right next to the arsenal base course Verner von Braun worked out of Huntsville Developing Saturn five, and so it's steed like a weird thing like an Alabama of all places steeped in this rocket tradition. You know that know people just don't know about and they kind of had them. They're just to kind of hide them a little bit. Kept them safe there instead of putting them in a big city like DC or New York, but that's when the fascination started from as from a very early age, just repeatedly going down there and shooting these things and You know on crappier cameras when I was little like instamatic disclaimer. Even growing up as a for NYKANEN.
Bonus Episode! Your Questions Answered
"I'm Merrill Arnett Mama meditators and Co owner of sacred chill in West. This podcast is reported from live Monday night at a tation loss where we have a brief discussion followed by twenty nine guided meditation. Hi guys welcome to the mindful minute. This episode is a little different from our normal episodes. I am Trying something new for twenty twenty and I would love your feedback so always feel free to shoot me a note and let me know what you think of this I am intending gene. Once a month once a quarter or something like that to do an episode that is frequently asked questions. I am delighted delighted to receive emails and Instagram messages from you guys. Ask your meditation questions. I love to respond an answer and I thought it take a few over the last couple months and answer them out loud here so that you guys could all benefit if you two are dealing with some of these questions so the first question that I want to talk about today is a question about the breath so as you know if you've meditated with me before four. The breath is our anchor right. This is what we use to hold us to the present moment and what we do. Is We invite ourselves to look at ourselves. Feel the breath. I all these other things might be happening but we are trying to focus on the feeling of the breath during meditation and the question. I received a few weeks ago. was what do I do if this is really hard. So this a particular person. was writing to say that oftentimes there breath feels very uncomfortable. It's too fast. It's too active. It's not correct correct. And it makes them feel uncomfortable and it makes them feel like it takes them a long time to actually relax lacks and settle into the meditation. And this comes up so often so the first piece of advice I wanNA share is that you don't have to use the breath okay. So the breath is an anchor but it is not the only anchor. The reason that one is taught hot so often is because if you're alive you're breathing so if you're using breath as an anchor certainly you can be anywhere at any time and be able to meditate however if breath creates a feeling of anxiety or discomfort for you then that is perhaps not the writer right because certainly were not trying to create anxiety and discomfort where we meditate. We might feel that way sometimes. But we're not trying to create it so rather than focus on the breath you have options. One of the most popular choices is sound this one for some people. They will find this to be so much easier than focusing on the breath. Even so the way that we focus on southbound is exactly the the same way we focus on the breath we let our ears open up we let the natural sounds Mar- environment rise and fall into our awareness fairness as they do and rather than try to label each sound. Describe each sound. Talk to yourself yourself about each sound. You're simply listening with no corresponding judgment or discussion but just to hear. I'm recording this at my yoga studio right now. There's lots of truck driving by so I can hear those kind of rise up and fall away in the background and I'm not creating the story around them. I just letting myself listen. So that's one option. Another option that some people will use is actually to use site as an anchor so obviously this means you would have your eyes open and often you pick something specific so this could be a candle flame. It could be a single flower something right in front of you. And you're going to let your gaze rest on this thing six inches to a foot or so in front of you. Perhaps whatever feels comfortable for your Is and you're gonNA let your eyes go soft so that you're not intently focusing. You're not cataloging every single thing that you see which you're more leading the image. Fill your senses so that when you get distracted the anchor is pulling you back to. What are you see seeing the colors in front of you the textures in front of you?
Tom Cruise Alec Baldwin Simon Pegg, Arnett Kristen Bell and DC Comics discussed on Glenn Beck
"Movies and animated comic satire When the. Fictional DC comics superhero team finds out that most of their stablemates have already moved to the. Silver screen they try to make their own movie for they're not taken seriously until a real super villain, hatches a. Plot against, the Justice league and only the teen titans can stop him will Arnett Kristen bell nNcholas cage James corden Jimmy Kimmel and. Many more lend their voices also out this weekend is the sixth. Go around for Ethan hunt and mission impossible fallout this time after an IMF mission ends with their target escaping the. Team is on the run, and under, attack from, all, sides, as they try to fix their deadly mistake this by action. Sequel. Stars Tom Cruise Alec Baldwin Simon Pegg and Rebecca Ferguson still in theaters, are hotel, Transylvania three mama Mia here we go again equalizer. To and man and the wasp and unfriendly dark web plus. The incredible too drastic. World fallen kingdom skyscraper sorry. To bother you and Sicario day. Of the salt Dotto and that's your weekend Box. Office preview on iheartradio Iheartradio fantasy. Sports news update in baseball Jon..