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Fresh update on "bears" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Podcast. Yes. Pee in Chicago app. You know stuff about Justin Fields. What He's gotta learn. You know, they asked him why he signed an adult. And then man, Maggie can't come out and say, because we screwed up with Nick Foles. But if you listen to his answer Matt Nagy said. We screwed up with Nick Foles. They made a mistake there trying to fix it. That's why they signed Andy Dalton, like it couldn't have been any clearer without mad Maggie saying full stinks. And of course, he's not going to say that about a guy that has been around a lot, and it's just not going to say beat Tampa. He's not gonna be Tampa. He's just not good enough to compete, right. He's not Warren Sharp, who does like real good, analytic stuff with football, He was on Russ Tucker's podcast. I want to play this real quick. I feel like we could spend more time on it as the weak and really is. The off season goes by, but Long time. This was an interesting take on the NFL schedule, you know, like the strength of schedule comes out. Always. Bears have the third toughest schedule. Okay with last year's people, right? I mean, it's like in the NFL. We know it's not that predictive of a model, right? I mean, it just isn't for like, who's ultimately gonna have the hardest schedule. Ross Tucker, though drop something. I'm sorry, Warren. Sharp drop something to Rostock grew a little bit more interesting about why the Bears may have a difficult schedule. And it doesn't have as much to do with the teams. They're playing in their win loss record from a year ago. Listen to this. The bottom line to me is that there still is too much inequality in this schedule in terms of rest, Look You are dead on. We're never gonna have a perfect schedule. When you want teams to play on Thursday night games and you want to use to play on Monday night games. Nothing is going to be perfect, okay? What You have to do a better job than what we're doing right now. You cannot have teams like the Chicago Bears play six teams that have extra rest to prepare for them. Whereas other teams have zero of those games, there has to be more of a balance within the course of a season. That's an interesting nugget. He just dropped. And when you're a bears fan, you here they go. Whoa, I I didn't realize that and Why do the Bears have six? And there are teams in the league that having zero? That's some inequity that I don't like The sound of right. I mean, like, and for those who are unfamiliar with Warren Sharp. He is somebody who he's done plenty of consulting with NFL front offices around the league, he writes, You know, plenty of very analytic driven. He's got his own podcast network, but I think most importantly, he is the head of a gambling conglomerate. Correct and they move lines based on their wagering. So when he He dives into the schedule and looks at like, okay where their opportunities to make money So he is a very good read on what is and isn't necessarily a competitive imbalance. Historically, Jacksonville has three games in a row that they're away three middle of season because off the cocktail party something else that's happening down in Jacksonville, Jacksonville. They usually play three games on the road in the middle of the year end of October, whenever the world's largest cocktail party is right, Florida Georgia three games in a row, we did it three years in a row when I was down the back then Yeah, that's one of those courts you look for in a schedule. Is the odds are you're not winning three of those games. You losing two or three, if not all three. I think the bears caught a break, not having to play back to back Road games and in the last 10 years is, Kyle Brand pointed out. History's been kind of those teams, the three teams that have done it prior in the last 10 years all won their division. But that's one interesting nugget from a very Like Miller said someone with deep analytic and gambling eyes for football. In the scheduling that says, Hey, that's not fair that the Bears have to play six such games, and some teams play 01 thing to keep an eye on Vegas has the Bears win told right now it's 7.5. Maybe it's the optimist of me. Maybe it's the fan and me and may and I'm excited about Justin Fields. Think eight wins is extremely doable. Impossible, both or 1 10 minus 1 10 juice is the same. Oh, under a nine doesn't get it, And that's nothing 89 now like not even the plan could see it. But the Bears aren't it's you know, it does look like there's some challenges that 10. I've got The Bears a 10. There's gonna be challenging spots. You play Thanksgiving day. But remember, then that's the game that you got. 10 days of rats coming in. For the next game. Yeah, that's true. You make it up on the back. Don't play Minnesota into the end of the year in your plans by playing twice, like in the last four games under five games in December and real quick, I got to throw out there. Are friends of my jack racing. They lost a member of their family. Jack Flanagan passed away the other day. So our prayers and our thoughts and our condolences go out to the guys at my jack racing in the land again. Family will be in India with that whole crew on Friday during our show from the speedway. Thank you for listening, calling in participating today. Great Show. Let's see what the White Sox do with your mean that I another home run kids swing on the three. Oh, pitch. Thanks to our great producers and your co again has the final word Carmen and your co present.
Someone Spent $14,145 on 6 Strands of Kurt Cobain’s Hair
"Of Kurt Cobain hair has apparently worth over $14,000. I know this is so weird to me, but the hairdresser took the hair. There's a picture that goes along with it of him. Getting his hair cut her holding the scissors. It's authenticated. And so it went for $14,145 e got sucker born every day. I just I don't understand. I just don't I don't either. I don't want six strands of someone's hair $14,000. You know, we could buy a car? Yeah, a little one. I could buy several.
Olympians: Halina Konopacka
"Today's we'll mannequin was one of the most iconic characters of poland's inter-war period. She captured adoration of the public with her. Outstanding style. intelligence sportsmanship and courage. Please welcome halina. Helena was born on february twenty eighth nineteen hundred and central poland. Growing up in warsaw halina excelled in many sports. She took up swimming ice skating. Tennis horseback riding and leader skiing. When halina was eighteen years old poland gained its independence after one hundred and twenty three years of russian rule. The country became known as the second polish republic. As lena entered her twenties her ability to quickly master any sport shapes the course of her life in nineteen twenty six. She set her first world record in the discus throw after just a few months of training was followed by two more records in nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight halina never lost a discus event for the entirety of her career. She also competed in the high jump. Long jump javelin and pentathlon seemed. There was nothing she couldn't do. Halina made her olympic debut at the ninth olympic games held in amsterdam and nineteen twenty eight in a short olympic channel documentary. She said oh. The day of the discus throwing was july thirty first after a cool rainy morning. The tim'rous dutch son had broken through the fog and baked the greenfield's in gold the stairs leading up from the dark labyrinth. The dressing rooms ushered me straight onto the field to red circles. Throwing circles drawn on the grass and two curved lines remarked in chalk one at thirty five meters the other forty meters away. I had only one wishes. I picked up the discus. Send it where the outermost distance of forty meters was whitened with calcium the disc dutifully obeyed stormy applause. Thunderously stamping feet. Compliments questioned film and photographic cameras snapping all merged into one great chaos.
Two Doses, Two Different Vaccines: Does It Work?
"And only one of the questions. What we've had most regularly. The last few months is whether you can have one divisive one vaccine Today and then when it's time for a second is whether you can have different vaccine and we've said before that we didn't have much evidence to back it up but we do have at least a little bit of evidence about what happens if people are given one dice of say astrazeneca and the second is yes and just the context here we know from other vaccines by mixing brands. You do get an effective response and sometimes even better response than you do by using the same brand twice around and what. This is a british trial which people have been waiting eagerly for and this is one of their first results is more to come and what they loot tat was the antibody response and also some side effects and what they found was that you got enhanced antibody response to actually go to bigger antibody response by mixing the vaccines with originally and i think it was mostly astro followed by pfizer. And and it was. I think the twelve weeks apart and they got a much more. Robust antibody response by mixing vaccines. The interesting thing was that along with the more robust antibody response more side effects. In other words you feeling crap and there was more people that have had that favor that you might get off to vaccination and also just pain at the injection site as well. Yup which is just your immune system is called reactor agenda city. You don't wanna feel craft vaccine and you wouldn't wanna put people off by thinking they they're gonna feel bad but is that maybe a signal that they're getting a better immune response sending single. You're getting an immune response whether it's a better. Immune response is unclear but there are probably over a large population robin individuals. If you averaged it out you probably average out a slightly better response for people who are getting more of a reaction and it's borne out by this that you getting more of an antibody response than on average overall getting more of a reaction. But i suspect that doesn't tie down to individuals that well
Your Tax Refund May Take a Bit Longer This Year
"Day. The deadline for filing your 2020 federal taxes month later than normal years. But even if you filed early this year, you may still be waiting for your refund. That is because shocker the pandemic did a number on a lot of people's tax returns. And the I. R S is now buried in a huge backlog. For starters, 30 million tax returns were flagged for a manual review. People got stimulus checks and other relief payments that Iris has to take a closer look at and it still as returns from 2019 zipped through as well. Marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ganz explains what's going on. Samuel McConnell and his wife, Wendy, filed their 2020 tax return in February. But they're still waiting for their $2900 refund. The iris just tells them you return is being processed. With no other information, no information. Why? No, it's always tempting to blame things on your kids. But this time the delay really could be due to McConnell's daughter, Maggie. Well since Maggie was born in January. Of 2020. The Iris didn't know about her. So McConnell claimed Maggie's Cove, it relief payments on their 2020 taxes that may have put them in that backlog of 30 million returns. Aaron Collins is the I. R S is national taxpayer advocate. 30 million returns. For however many I arrest employees to process is a very large lift for the IRAs in Colin says it doesn't help that the irises budget was cut 20% over the past decade. I'm
As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own
"The price of lumber has more than doubled over the last year so concern consumers with home improvement projects are looking for ways to save. One of those ways is extreme. Do it yourself. We're talking about milling your own lumber. Emily swing reports from anchorage. Hans styles spent the winter building a sawmill from scratch in his garage. Water saw mill. I can make a lot of stuff with it. They also need to learn how to weld. Dow sawmill is about half the size of an upright piano today. He's cutting dozens of boards to build garden boxes. I he rolls a nine foot log into place and then was born the ear plugs. Because it's kinda loud then. He fires up his mill guides jagged metal blade through the long dow spent three thousand dollars to build a sawmill. He'll save thousands on future projects a shed and a bench maybe a dresser
How Showrunner Dailyn Rodriguez Stays in High Demand
"Dalin rodriguez is considered a hollywood unicor. A latina who has risen through the ranks to become a television show runner. She has written for a lotta shows including the george lopez show and ugly betty and now queen of the south where she is also the executive producer. It was not straight shot to get there far from it and lynn is really honest about what it took to make that rise. The disappointment she experienced when project stalled out. And what it is like to finally be in high demand dylan your twitter bio says that you're born in washington heights but you call yourself a new york slash new jersey girl so as a new jersey. Cuban i need to know where new jersey so we moved to new jersey. When i was nine we moved around in bergen county so we moved to quebec park removed. Fort lee and then we settled in teaneck. And i went to high school in inglewood. I went to dwight englewood. I would go. It shuts off seig up in union city. Which is where all the humans me one. And then i would have graduated from dwight in two thousand and one. I'm a little bit older. You like to say that you grew up like meadow soprano going to private school in jersey while your dad ran in a legal underground gambling syndicate in the city. Is that writers flourish or is that what it was no. That's not writers. I know my dad was unbelievable. He's actually mentioned in tj anguish for called the corporation. It's all about the cuban mob and the entire bully from the eighties nineties. I grew up a really unconventional life was my dad. It just got too dangerous to be in washington heights. People kind of knew where we lived. My sister was almost kidnapped. I had a bodyguard for a while so we moved to new jersey. So that's that's true.
Bogdanovic Scores 22 As Jazz Top Thunder 109-93
"Boy about Donovan scored twenty two points in the jazz age closer to the top seed in the west by whipping the founder one oh nine ninety three Jordan Clarkson scored eighteen points Rudy go bear had sixteen with eighteen rebounds in Utah's first win in three games go bear had nine points and eleven rebounds for the jazz built a sixty one forty seven lead at intermission all star guard Mike Conley chipped in ten points in sixteen minutes as he returned after missing nine games with a right hamstring injury you talking clinch the top seed with a win at Sacramento on Sunday or a loss by Phoenix against San Antonio either Saturday or Sunday I'm the ferry
Fugitive Wanted in Fatal Shooting of Yale Student Arrested
"Marshals Gulf Coast Fugitive Task force in Montgomery police arresting Chin Chuan Pon, who was the subject of an international arrest warrant and wanted in the murder in February of 26 year old grand student, Kevin Jang, who was shot multiple times in New Haven, Connecticut, where police have not disclosed a motive in the shootings. Palm and China born U. S Citizen is also accused of stealing an SUV from a dealership in Massachusetts. The day of the killing.
Senator Mazie Hirono's Humble Beginnings
"Maisy hirono serves the state of hawaii. Her family emigrated to the aloha state from japan. When she was a little girl she talks about it in her new memoir. Heart of fire an immigrant daughter story in a rare bipartisan. Vote her bill to address. Hate crimes against asian american pacific. Islanders recently passed in the senate. Welcome senator hirono. It's good to be with you for eye. Let's start with your origin story. Like any superhero. You have one and and it's a tough one you know Tell us about your early childhood in also was going through at the time. I was born in a prefecture japan and at the age of three i went to live with my grandparents grandparents because i had an injury and my mother wanted me to get the care necessary and that would be through where my grandparents live not where my mother lived silat with my grandparents from age three until just before we came to this country in the meantime my mother and endured a an abusive marriage to my father who i did not know get to know really and his family who treated her like a slave so that families and allow japanese families said the bride becomes part of the husband's family and they really didn't treat her well so at one point. She finally decided she had to get away get far far away and she brought me and my older brother to hawaii. We had a very little in fact we have nothing wants to case And my mother started off with the two older. Kiss me and my brother who could go to school and sadly having to leave my younger brother in japan in the care of my maternal grandparents but You know he was three years old too young to go to school in their be. Nobody in this country to take care of him. While mom worked so very very humble beginnings
Expectations: Who Am I?
"Who am i. I constantly asked myself this question growing up this question. Everybody asks themselves at some point in their lives. During the life journey we all experience different events situations meet different people on these actually effect how we view ourselves and how we react within the world. What do i mean by this abba of by my parents and lunch respond to it until it became my identity and who i was however it is just a name one. I didn't choose myself. So why is it me. I understand the two families are first connection with others. But i might just a name in the family now. Obviously i became a daughter and assisted to my siblings and i was also member of the family and at the age of three i went to play school and there're became friends with other children and after that acid the age of four i went into school. And this is the first major experience we all encounter and at school. I'll be honest. I really didn't feel the cy fishes in i felt lost a confused about who is meant to be looking back now. I can see that i did. I didn't fit in. And the judgments and attitudes from the chilton had an effect on me. I remember being picked on by two older boys day for nanak. Oh bull and i was so scared of what might happen to me day so i decided to keep quiet and try not to be seen in hide. My hair so who was at this stage just frightens little shaiko who want desperately to be liked and accepted yet inside. I felt i wasn't good enough. Society tells us to follow a course in life and that's usually being born into the family going to school to be educated maybe on university than expected to get a job by a home yet married have children and then we retire. We might have grandchildren and then society tells us that we have lived full happy life. My question is who gave us these expectations
Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak
"As part mental health awareness month were having a number of conversations with a successful people such as yourself that have been affected by issues like addiction. And so we're gonna talk about sobriety my talk about your journey to the extent you feel comfortable in and share some things that could be helpful to other people that are are listening to this might be similarly struggling so appreciate you coming back on absolutely. And that's the goal is to help people may have May be able to relate to some. They're going through. Start at the beginning. So what was your story. I mean what what happens. That's my story with addiction. Starts when i was probably twelve years old. Twelve well starts before i was born. Because like many addicts most addicts have encountered. There's a generational element to it so My father had struggled with with alcohol his whole life. He was an alcoholic and ended up getting sober a couple years before he died but he died. It was already too late. It was a lifetime of of excess for him. He was fifty three years old. Not too long. After that my cousin my first cousin passed away at forty seven years old. He was a wall street banker And was very high stress job and he he left four children and family and unfortunately all this came came pretty close to home but i never really acknowledged the fact that i had any problems. The diction in fact. I said i am not going to be like my family. I'm not going to be like my father. My cousin my brother all the males pretty much. My family struggle with us. And i i just was always a high performer in work and in sales so i thought you know what this is something that i that. I don't have a problem with what happened. Is i just kind of pushed in the closet and i kept a lot of secrets and because it never got to a point until fairly recently where it affected my family or in my work i always kind of made the mistake of thinking. I didn't have a problem. And it was only until i thought it was gonna lose my wife when i when i acknowledged it and fortunately fortunately been sober from many vices for for about fourteen months. I've been putting a lot of work for recovery. And i really do feel like a new a new man a new person but i will say. I've struggled with addiction for the bulk of my life. Since the time. I was really probably twelve years old till i got sober when i was forty one so most of my
The Story of Allen Carr's 'Easy Way' Method To Quit Smoking
"The easy way to quit. Smoking book started as a quit smoking. Seminar where everyone sat around smoking completely. Smoke-filled won't can in itself folk sewage. Bullshit that's john dicey. He was a heavy smoker as in eighty cigarettes a day when he attended a london seminar in the nineties. The smokers would all sit around in armchairs. Puffing away some conference room you're meant to smoke through the whole thing. A practitioner would be up front telling participants why they didn't actually like smoking and why quitting was no big deal. Every single practitioner has to be an ex smoker themselves cured by the easy way the sessions were meant to be one and done and the whole thing took about five or six hours somehow after all the talking and smoking. You're meant to put out your final cigarette and never take another puff. It's supposed to be easy and for dicey it was. He was so moved by the whole thing. He decided to quit his job. And go to work for alan carr. The man he considered literal lifesaver. Allan died in two thousand six. I wanted to know what kind of guy he was. Who just conjures up a stop. Smoking method essentially out of nowhere and goes on to sell fifty million people on an very tense worth. He was born and brought up in. What was it the time very down at heel area of london. He's scott himself as a straight Allen had zero medical background no psychology or addiction training before the easy way he was an accountant and like dicey a heavy smoker. Who wanted to stop. He saw hypnotherapist who failed to hypnotize him but it was at his appointment that he first heard. Smoking was an addiction something about that realization that he was well and truly addicted to cigarettes. It hits some switch in allen on sale. Crime tape never gonna smoke. The seat of alan carr is easy. Way is simple. It almost sounds too simple. You smoke because you're addicted to smoking and not because you enjoy. Smoking is still a hurdle for swastika out of them because a lot of people think to be addicted to something you have to like it and that simply not the case. The principle of addiction is in it. Messes up your understanding of a pleasure enjoyed allen. Figured if you understood that you could understand that giving up. Smoking wasn't really up anything at all. You didn't quit cigarettes. As gained freedom from them
The Original Windermere Tuk Tuk Company
"The original took company. So what the hell it was. Walk down the first down. So i got myself a mountain bike. My boy in bike. She's only two years old. She got a bike. Just not one of these trailers just to touch onto the back on the people said great. You should do similar lot. Peddling open elfin born to intervene revenue. You know especially pulling passages so now. You did not talk to not smoke long. We've been dented to robert. uk yet. That's where we go up to from. I spoke to the idea. Spoke to him promote stret- where i've been the idea two weeks we had to talk talk up in very very quick. The my when you're trying to get a taxi license yet so all the tests medical tests everything saw for most sent off the licensing operations that of nice in september. Who saw sitcoms six months and still wear in of sort of express to. I don't want to take people from bonus to windermere's like about from about one mile stretch. Run a twenty mile stretch. Don't just wanna do not want people to different places. Yep so many places. Mba ideal for took to get to So yeah that's my idea council. A little bit worried about I think they're just ensure the depot go facial legal procedures and things like that so just in a bit on Yeah yeah saw of we rent it. Simone more like a bike with a sidecar rickety. Sidecar the for in thailand dot for a week roy on one of the little islands Yeah it was awesome. Yeah yeah is up. She'll be six months old. Be christmas december two thousand eighteen.
Interview With Kendra Scott, Entrepreneur, Founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry
"We are so excited to have kendra scott joining us for skim. You've commencement which is also a live taping for our podcast skimmed from the couch. Kendra is the executive chairwoman lead designer and founder of the jewelry brand that bears her name kendra scott kendra built the company out of his spare bedroom in her house with a five hundred dollar investment. And now it's a billion dollar business. We should note. she's also a philanthropist. A professor at ut austin and you may have seen her recently as a guest shark on shark tank kendra. Thank you so much for being with us tonight. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so thrilled to be here and love everything that you all have done this year at skim us so so thrilled to be a part of it. Thank you can't dress so you become a very public person over these last decade or so. What is something that we cannot do. Go about you. I don't feel like a public person which is so weird. I don't know why. But i don't okay. Well thank you for telling me that. This is kind of news to me. I live in my little austin texas bubble. But i think he look like a lot of people. Don't know right. They see your this glamorous designer blah blah blah. I'm a mom i. I started this company with a newborn baby. I wanted to create a business that allowed me to do what i loved. Which was fashion design. I wanted to give back to my community after. I lost my stepfather to cancer. But i really wanted to also be a mom and be a present mom and create a company that hopefully someday would also allow other amazing moms to have a great career but could be a mom. So i'm a mom to three sons and a lot of people don't realize at because of that i've become kind of a tomboy i can throw a means spiral football. I can put a lego together in record time. I can't even tell you is one of those things where i just a mom i and two boys. It's always chaos at my house. But i kind of love it. I thrive off of.
Birth Care for Every Body
"The reality. According to the cdc about seven hundred women die each year in the united states from complications related to their pregnancy. And the thing is is that you know this country says it is the most modern advanced industrialized and so it's seven hundred women. Every year is too many and black and indigenous. People are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy related issues than their white counterparts. The relationship with the medical field and doctors and whether or not we as people of color can have a say over how we are treated probably is one of the factors here earlier this month representative corey. Bush testified before the house oversight committee about her own experiences during childbirth. Let's take a listen around five months. I went to see my doctor for a routine prenatal visit. As i was sitting in the doctor's office. I noticed a picture on the wall. They said if you feel like something is wrong. Something is wrong. Tell your doctor. I felt like something was wrong. So so that's what i did. I told my doctor. I told her that. I was having severe pains. And she said oh. No you're fine. you're fine. Go home. And i'll see you next time. So that's what i did. I went home one week later. I went into preterm labor. Twenty three weeks. My son was born one pound three ounces. his ears were still in his head. His eyes were still fused shut. His fingers were smaller than rice. And his skin was translucent. A black baby translucence. Can you could see his lungs. He could fit within the palm of my hand. We were told he had zero percent chance of life. The chief of neonatal surgery happened to be in the hospital that morning and saw my case on the surgical board and she decided to try to resuscitate him. It worked for the first month of his life as i was on a ventilator fighting to live for four months he was in the neo. Natal care unit. The doctor who deliver my son apologized. She said you were right. And i didn't listen to you. Give me another chance to us later. I was pregnant again. So i went back to her sixteen weeks. I went for an ultrasound at the clinic and saw different doctor. Who was working that day. I found out again. I was in preterm labor. The doctor told me that the baby was going to abort i said. No you have to do something. But he was adamant he said. Just go home. let it aboard. You can get pregnant again. Because that's what you people do. Mr kelly was with me. We didn't know what to do after the doctor left. So we saw a chair sitting sitting in the hallway. My sister picked up the chair. She threw it down the hallway. Nurses came running from everywhere to see what was wrong. A nurse called my doctor and she put me on a stretcher. The next morning by doctor came in and places arklow on my uterus and i was able to carry my baby my daughter my angel who is now twenty years old. My son who was saved is now twenty one years old. This is what desperation looks like that chair flying down the hallway. This is what being your own advocate. Looks
Determining Interchangeable Species
"Question number. Eight from tracy. Can you use any kind of passion flower. I have one growing here in portland. Non fruit bearing but has the same beautiful flowers. That's a good question. Tracy i wish i had a better answer for you for this. I'm going to go ahead. And say i don't know there are as far as i know. Multiple species of passiflora. The primary one that we use in western herbalism is passiflora. In-car nada and i might be incorrect on this from my understanding there is passiflora in-car nada but also potentially subspecies or sub varieties that yield different colored flowers or something like that. That are all used medicinally. So i would. I'm not totally sure. I mean my understanding is that passiflora in nada is you know is the main one used. I don't know if it's the main one used because it's the only medicinal variety. I don't know if it's just because that's the one that everyone got used to using and people will just focus on that and haven't used the other varieties of passion far. I am really not sure on that. My suggestion to you would be to make make a small amount of teacher out of one you have out of the you can use the leaf and the flower and try it out right. Maybe a good thing to do is to Get a bottle of of passiflora in-car nada and maybe if you can see what. The ratio the milliliters and graham ratio is a you know. Is it a one to five. Is it a one two and kind of assess the relative strength of a tincture and then prepare your passion flower tincture at that same ratio.
A Chat With Sarah Suk, Author of Made in Korea
"We're here. Sarah suk the author of made in korea. I'm so excited to have her on. Ever since i heard about her book deal back in two thousand nineteen. I've just had made in. Korea put on my good reads list so i'm so excited to have her on the show tyra for taking the time to speak with us today. Thank you so much for having me very excited to be here you. I'm super excited. This is our second asian canadian in their role as a kind of asian canadian myself. I am very excited for the asian canadian presentation on this podcast. What do you mean. Kind of asian. So i i am cleanest. Now's born in toronto. Blue states when i was one so culturally i am american whereas doha makdissi nationality and passport. So i still claim canada. Although rewrote says that's not allowed. I mean if the passport says it you know. I had a korean passport until i was twenty one. I understand but i just like to tease marvin about it. Everyone who tell the story to well. You know what. I accept accept. You're welcome in canada whenever you cross the border. Whenever you're able to got validation from national okay so made in korea is your debut novel right yes yes my debut first ever novel so how did how did that happen where you were. You always a writer and what was your road to publication like. I think i read that you studied creative writing in college. That ring yet la a little bit. I actually got rejected from the creative writing major in school so i did not major in creative writing. I majored in english literature. And then i minored in creative writing instead. The miners just kind of like open to all
Queen of Polka Dots: Yayoi Kusama
"Going to be talking about the queen of polka dots. Ya ya kasama. You won't hear mya which on miss kong-based that's best moniker right. She's the queen polka dots. And she'll tell you that why she's the queen of pocket and there's like a lightness and darkness to her polka dots. That will get into but I was inspired because we have the mag has a yoke osama piece is called a statue of venus obliterated by infiniti nets. And it's a statue of venus. That's hot pink and she has green polka dots. All over and it's one of our favorite pieces in. It's one of our visitors favorite pieces to because she is like your eyes daylight. yeah in its presence. So but let's talk about ya. So yeah you. Kasama was born on march twenty second nineteen twenty nine in matsumoto nagano and she was born into a family of merchants who owned a plant nursery and seed farm and kasama began drawing pictures of pumpkins and elementary school and created artwork. She saw from hallucinations. Oh eight yep. I was like hallucinations. Who which would which would later define her career. I should mention like from the top first of all. There's a really great documentary about her on hulu. I believe talks about her story. They interview her because she's she's still alive and talks about her work. Yahya kasama once you kind of get her biography. You know exactly what her artwork means. She is very transparent about what this stuff means everything. Traces back to her childhood traces back to her mental health traces back to her like hit her internal world it's very straightforward so her our works both accessible and also easily red oak which is rare for a contemporary artist. So even now she'll do giant pumpkin. These big sculptures polka dots.
"bears" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"The bears take a moment to watch a little scene from an old country bears cartoon in a in a motel and the country beers cartoon is very clearly like a slapdash like sixties or seventies cartoon when it's over approach where he just goes. That was bad. And that's the scene like there's there's some people who know what they're doing making jokes in this movie anyway. Luckily they find out. Trixie is performing in the bar next to their motel. Tennessee goes over. They sing a lost love their instantly back in love again. You wonder why did they break up in the first place. It doesn't matter in love again. The challenge of this movie are so easily overcome and shouldn't be annoying. But it's a country movie like i don't really wanna see them struggling. Like come on yeah. I don't want to stress out over this. These bears get back together to sing their songs. They say put your hero. Patrice throw rocks at them and get them down from the tree. It's a country bear. I don't want to see him get stuck in a tree. I don't want iraq saddam. Just get him out of that tree and in the scene both both bears singing voices are provided by bonnie raitt don henley who were both sitting at the bar. Yes so they're watching their voices come out of bears which must be saying. This is another one of those scenes. Where i would just i was just watching. I'm like okay so there are two more realistic than i would like bears singing this love ballot to each other. There are no other bears in the room is this is. This is not a bear world. It's a strange movie. Bonnie raitt you succeeded. You've given us something to talk about. Sure speaking of song titles. Just so The listener isn't on the fact. There's no payoff. John hiatt the only song title. I have a little faith in me. But he's a. I don't know well bars of does it have a little faith for our lives to be over. That dawson's creek song is that it goes have a little faith in me. Bump them have a little faith in me. Talk a little little little little faith. And there's canons that. Go off representing faith so yeah bonnie bonnie raitt you may know her best friend the band. The dia rates Huge couple of hits from them. They so i ran a bear punts. They only need one last member of the team. Ted better head. They call him and he is busy. Polishing rolls royce. We assume he is the successful member of the group. Eni hangs up on them. He pretends he's going through a tunnel. Hangs up on this show up at what they think is ted's estate to find the man they think is his gardner. Who is clearly. Elton john and as soon as they walk away they say oh. That guy looks like elton. John and then later were just told for real. No that was actually algeria. He says oh down at the country club and so they shop the country club. Ted is very mad. They're they look out of place at this rich country because they're hicks and also fucking bears but everyone. Nobody treats them like they're outsiders..
"bears" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren
"Podcast on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. So i think you've got to think about i early season breaking it out okay. What's the first moves bears. How are they. How are they getting out of hibernation. What are they doing well as soon as they get out. They're going to be looking for food episode. Thirty three x trade to focus on kind of finding this food sources. But i want to dive a little bit deeper. Because early is when they're going to primarily be targeting a couple of things first off potential winter kill like undulations. Deer elk moose. Whatever that didn't survive the winter those bigger bores will be cruising around for those but the first thing that they're probably going to be eating is just region new growth and a lot of that. Good new growth is going to be out in the open. Actually on some of the south facing slopes in the avalanche chutes. Right on the snow line is snow starts to melt away that that tends to be some really good greengrass one of the first things that i look for. Let's say i go into an area in early in the season. I like to pick canyons where i've got openings that i can glass and i liked to pick a good vantage. I've got a lot of cover. And i look for what i call. Neon signs is just you look at the mountain in anything. That's super green. It really tells you that's where that new growth as early as is the best time to pick out those those neon areas those areas. That are just really going to be high productive new growth new buds and things. That's going to be really good food for bears to target i. I also like to look for areas where it's a little more open not that the bears like the open but because i can actually see one of the benefits. The hunting early is a lot of the the shrimp like the roughage. The alder the other kinds of plants around may not necessarily have leaves fully formed yet. So you can actually glass into the cover a little bit better so it allows you to glass a little bit longer. One thing that i have seen with early season bear hunting is you can set up and it's more you have more option to glass. All day makes longer hunting days but it also kind of allows you more places to look kind of get bored a little less for me personally. Op zoom in my scope or us actually really liked us twenty power binoculars get into good zone and just grid that cover after the like first part of the morning when i think they might be moving in look in those places where hey the leaves a phone often. I might be able to pick out a bear in there or you might see one in the open and you might be able to watch to where it goes in beds down for the day you may not be able to actually see the bear bedded i think he in my years of bear hunting of only spotted a couple bears bedded. But you might be able to kind of get an idea of where that bear is and get into a shooting position week for that. Bear to come out in the evening. One thing i like to do when it comes to picking a time for spring bear hunting. I've found spot in stock. I really like to find the times. That's not a full moon. I think there's two factors that really. I wouldn't necessarily know it. Limits bear movement but maybe limits beer movement in the mornings and evening times. When you're most alert when you're most concentrating your efforts. And i think that having a full moon kind of limits their movements to your times of the day i also think that he is a huge factor when it comes to spring bear hunting early. You don't necessarily have to worry about it being too hot right away. As the season progresses it starts to get hot and it kind of throws off it makes it hard to kind of find shade. You're you're almost looking for shade as much. You're looking for bears and you often think well the bears are probably doing the same but actually haven't found that the case because i have i was just going back through my photos notes in looking last year i mean i found a couple of different bears. It just random times like noon seemed to be the best time for bear movement during the full moon last year and actually over the years midday. they seem to move in the middle of the day but that midday can be very long stretch of sunny hot weather when it's very hard to like look and stay one hundred percent vigilant you kinda thinking you know. Nothing's even move now. Or how do i know if this is a productive area. I've watched it on morning. Watch it all evening. Should i stay here all day. Is this gonna be a productive area. So i like to actually hunt when there's like a waning or growing moon just afternoon or just before. In those times i find. I tend to find bears being more popular than like moving out in the open in those times with those means. it's not saying that bears. i mean i. I've never tracked bears like they move out of cover at the times that i'm looking more often. I find probably on average full moon weeks because generally when i'm guiding her hunting bears. I hunt the whole season. So i've got a few full moon weeks in there that i have to hunt and we're still successful but it's a lot harder work than those times when the moon is really good. My best bear seasons are always wind. There's a really like a no moon during the beginning. The first few because i tend to find that there's a lot of big bores out in more active than and then also you kind of get less heat so they stay out a lot longer than mornings and they come out a lot sooner in the evenings in my opinion. That's just over looking at bears hundreds of days but i think that if you factor those things into your spring plan you'll be a lot more successful.
"bears" Discussed on Storynory
"Goldilocks and the three bags. Once upon a time there were three bags who lived in a of their own in a word one of them was a little small we and one was a middle-sized on the other was great huge bath one day after they had made the part for that breakfast. They walked out in the woods while the porridge was cooling and while they were walking a little girl came into the house this little girl had golden curls that tumble down her back to her waist and everyone called her goldilocks. Goldilocks went inside. I tasted the porridge of the great huge bath. And that was fought too hot for her and then she tasted the porridge of the middle. I'm not was too cold for her. And then she went to the porridge of little small. We bath and tasted fat. That was neither too hot nor too cold. Just right and she liked it so that she ate it all up then. Goldilocks went upstairs into the bedchamber. I'm i she lay down upon the bed of the great huge bag and next she laid down upon the bed of the middle there and then she lay down upon the badge of the little small we bear and that was just right so she covered herself up comfortably. Allay there till she fell fast asleep by this time. The three bags thought that part would be cool enough and so they came home to breakfast and somebody as my porridge. The great huge bad in his great gruff voice. Somebody as being up my porridge said the middle in his middle voice and then the little small we looked at his but the it was all gone some days at my porridge and eaten. It'll wop said the little small we are in his little small. We voice than the three bears went upstairs into their bedroom. Somebody has been lying in my bed. Said the great huge bag and he's great rough gruff voice. Somebody has been lying in my bed. Said the middle by in his middle voice and when the little small we bag came to look at his bad palm. The pillow was a pool of golden co on the angelic faces. And this little girl snoring away fast asleep some days being lying in my bed and here. She is said the little small there in his little smooth voice. Goldilocks jumped off the bat and ran downstairs out through the toll and along the garden. She ride and she ran until she reached the house of a grand mamma when she.
"bears" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"At me. Not say a word takes his dick out and it is. I'm saying yellow. It is so it looks like a lighthouse in the fog. It is huge. And he looks at me and i just take my mike. That's show. i dropped my micro walked us thirty five minutes. How the fuck do you follow it. Follow it did. The the miami improv. I remember so for people who don't know like when you go to a club like the contractual obligation for the headliner is eight forty five minute set and then you know most will do sixty sometimes more. But that's your minimum. When i featured there the first time i was middling and the headliner got off sweating thirty two minutes and i was like what happened that he was as you just. I mean just shorter set tonight. A worst sets i've ever had in my life. Were in the miami improv. I had a set where i came out and it was packed packed. And like and you could hear that people were talking shit and i start doing like latin jokes making fun of latin people. Oh and it was like perfect because a lady in the front row with a heavy accent goes. I think that you are a racist. And i go. Oh against who. And she's like latin people. And then i just go right in the spanish and the place bucking falls apart. I mean it was like having a fucking chicote it was. I remember the first time. I heard you speak spanish. How stage you said some mexican job and then you and then. I think there was a guy in the front row. That didn't like it. Yeah and you translate it and send it to him. And i'm fucking just makes chico man miami. It's necessary dude. I remember one time. I was bombing so hard bombing all weekend with steve trevino the whole weekend. We were co headlining me. Ricky crews dj. Coot and steve trevino. And i had to go last at my. Name's are you in ontario. Nowhere in fucking miami. My name sounds like a hate crime at that point. You like dj ricky clues deep ratting. Your and burke writer. Everyone's everyone was like remember. One point saying steve. I feel like they think. I took a latinos job. Yeah because i. Because i shouldn't be up here. I was bombing so bad so bad that on like late early. Show saturday. I just give up. I tell a joke and it doesn't work and i'm like you know what fuck you guys. I got to tell you what you guys are. Set to not like me and i got to be also. I don't think it happens. You understand what i'm saying. I don't think english is your first language so we're going to make this really easy. I can i get like a cuban guy and a black up here. And i got an. I got to volunteers. And we're talking gold fronts. Look like trick daddy. Black dude and a cuban guy with like six gold chains on and rings in in flip flops and and so white linen start lining up with shots. I gentlemen i cannot get this crowd liked me so what i'm gonna do is. I'm gonna tell jokes. I want you to translate it to your people. That's great. And so. I would say i was talking to a young lady today. And the buckeyes like man. Get a play against of conversation. I roll up on this. And the places it's murdering says in spanish plus mobile like it murdered so fucking hard and then you can take anything and then make it the joke like It was so great. Well somebody said that. One time. And i was like that's right. They i forget who said it. They said to work the miami improv. You need all. The skill sets of a comedian. So in other words you have to all of them written material have to be able to improvise. You have to be able to do crowd work. You have to facial expressions you have to have all the use them altogether. Dj onstage with you remember. They had a dj. One time. i was like. I don't think i one. Dj trust me at work. Yeah all right. We gotta rap. I'd so much fun doing the live streaming last football game of the season with you have such a blast And then If you wanna see it livestream that way may studios dot com. There's a bunch of two bears merch. Available at store dot wyoming studios dot com. So you can check that out Let's see yeah. You got the injury stuff others a new one. There say notice sports. You see that one. That's a new one in the middle there saying. Just say just say no sports. Yeah that's great so there's all kinds of stuff there check it out. Thank you guys for watching. Thank you for listening. And we'll see you in a week lovey. Burt tummy psalm. One goes top spot. The other wears the shirt. Tom stories in birds machine. There's a chance..
"bears" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"He said. I got a phone call i i i witnessed. What happens when i tell a story or when i hear a story he goes. I got a phone call from a guy in miami. Says i'm doing a i'm doing relocation for merrill lynch and immediately shut down when i heard relocation work again i went faulk whatever and i start telling the story to myself. I started going. And he's like i got i'm printing fucking dollars over here. That's i make up the story for myself. Because i shut down because i'm bored and so i start telling the story to myself and as he was telling you i didn't listen again. I didn't listen again to him. Because i was like. This is a pattern in your your. But i wonder if i think the stuff in my head is like i can make it more interesting to me so that i can stay attached. It's why i don't. Is that when i start reading. I like i i. It's why you can't trust me with like because i don't the thing that interests me isn't the thing that's really the thing that interests me. Is that thing that i go. Whoa razzle-dazzle like like when i said the other day once churchill lived to be ninety eight i it wasn't ninety eight. It's ninety but you're i got close and then i do the thing and i thought you were for sure way off. Yeah only because i've spent time with you. Prince philip is a hundred is prince. Philip is is. I'm watching the crown right now. I'm obsessed with the fucking ground here. Good things i heard. Great things about the crown and he's He's ninety nine c. I just did it right there. You're just did right there. I was like a hundred and queen's gambit. I hear great. I heard i'm gonna watch out next to the crown and here's my original thought from the crown and this is just an honest lot sometimes i have to. I am so glad it's christine. Have a sister now. She stepsisters okay. There's don't count. i know. I mean they count. I'm sure move biological sister. I am so glad knows wondering if you felt the say all week. I've been watching the crowd with leeann. Yeah and all. I could think was one thought and i was wondering if you share it with me. Yeah i'm so glad leeann doesn't have a sister. 'cause i would definitely fantasize about fucking her nonstop. Wow just out of just out of just out of being regular like like. I would say that is a. Don't you think that fantasy would be like dictated on what that sister looks like. Not really really like i would always find the sister to be cooler. Larry i remember one time Meeting someone's sister like a girl and her sister was so attractive. That i said it out loud when i met her. Whoa and i've you guys related. I saw i was like oh my god. You're so fucking i mean. Let's go through because prince. Princess margaret was so much more attractive than princess elizabeth and queen elizabeth queen. La's watching so sorry. Yeah we don't mean to disrespect your highness. I have so many questions shit right now. Yeah for real. Yeah okay go take. We'll take a break. I'll be right back and then we're going. We're going to really talk about prince. I have so many thoughts about the royal family. Okay i wiped okay back on point and by the way let's talk about spoofing phone numbers the queen. Yeah the the crown the crown. I am obsessed with it. I'm obsessed with thinking. I would have made such a great pointless. Prince like a prince who had nothing to do with their lives like prince. Philip basically just did nothing but party does dick off every fucking day. Do they start drinking. I think it's just the drinking that i like. We're kinda already. Do they start drinking. First thing in the morning prince princess drinking. I can't do the way they're doing. But if i had nothing to do with my day doing princess margaret would wake up every day between ten thirty and eleven thirty. She was given. She gave orders out by the way. I watched a documentary about princess margaret. So you know there's two twos princess right. There's the stuttering king king. George and he had two daughters and his daughters are queen elizabeth. Who's been queen for like fucking eighty years forever for ever. These mother fuckers last forever they have royal genes like prince which is kind of crazy because you'd think they have like a bunch of shitty recessive genes. Because it's all like inbreeding. You know it's not inbreeding. So that's the thing about the monarchy. It just showed up like like the one. We're talking about right now. It's been around like a couple hundred years like maybe a little longer than that but like it's if you go back to like the one that would put his wife spikes on the head. The monarchy has been shifted around at tom and fascinated by the british moderate. My point is you know. prince philip. How to wanna footprints margaret. Princess margaret thinks. She was a smoke show and she was like see. Princess margaret prince. Well i'm smoke. Show for the fucking before they did teeth stuff. You know like go to princess margaret. Good looking woman right now. You're looking at her sister. Oh i can't. I don't think you're allowed to say anything bad about the queen will you. Can i guess you could say whatever you want like they. They didn't allow look. So that's their dad. Print king george and then margaret the tall good looking one and then the other one. It looks like she was in madman. Is the fucking queen. Yeah that's the queen. Yeah she's she's a little. She didn't wanna be queen but she was she. Look i gotta tell you. She's awesome fucking queen. Princess margaret will wake up every morning between ten thirty and eleven thirty. She wants them rails. See them side by side. Yeah what she would have a screwdriver to wake herself up on orange juice every morning and just eat fruit then go directly to lunch where she would have stiff. Gin and tonic stiff. Gin and tonic. Right go get her hair. Done fucking go out to dinner party through the night until like four in the morning come home to her fucking palatial castle and pass out dude oliver again for seventy eight years. She did this for seventy eight years. And i'm like this is my lifestyle dude. It then she went there she liked bought she got got a house given to her mystique in on an island and we go there all the time dude. I'm telling you. I'm watching the crown and on thinking is and to be a royal. I want to be a royal. Yeah and then. I was like i need to be knighted like i wouldn't mind night thing. They can do that. I know hold on. Here's my pitch. I know that i've had some harebrained ideas with our two bears. One funding to bears one holding one holding corp. Yeah we need to start. Only we don't listen slow slowly one day. Prince william is going to be king.
"bears" Discussed on Criminal
"Hi it's phoebe. This is a day in the life of the town of kalispell montana. A november ninth twenty twenty. As reported by the montana flathead beacon it was compiled by endymion. Oh and it's from the callous bell police department and the flathead county sheriff's office twelve fifteen. Am a woman found. Yelling and crying was upset. About a break-up one oh four. Am an intoxicated. Man yelled at his landlord eight eleven. Am a columbia falls resident. Received seven different letters was seven different names regarding unemployment eight fifty one am a boy refused to go to school. Nine twenty six. am a neighbor. Cat keeps jumping on windows. Eleven forty five. Am a dog showed up at a school playground. Twelve thirty one pm. A man who was bequeathed the car by his dead friend was having problems with the state. Twelve fifty six. pm. A bear was stuck on ice twelve fifty nine pm. A van was stuck in the mud. One forty six pm et six month long barking. Dog dispute raged on two thirty pm. Beef jerky was stolen to thirty two pm. A summers business owner had questions about detaining shoplifters to fifty nine pm avi was confiscated three zero two pm. A woman was accused of stealing internet three forty one pm et man. Keeping a log reported. The dogs were barking right now. Three forty four pm. Two men were throwing pipes at each other for twenty one pm. Someone almost foul for a phone scam for thirty three pm. A station wagon was blocking sidewalk. Four forty eight pm. A man wanted to know if he could shoot the dog that just killed his chickens seven. Oh one pm. A dog has been barking since june. Seven twenty five pm. Et drunk pedestrian was spotted eight. Oh to him cousin. on cousin. Threats were reported ten sixteen pm highly intoxicated woman said. She wanted to go to jail because she likes handcuffs..
"bears" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Very special relationship with the bears Where it progresses the point. Where when she's going out with her buckets of grain and donuts. They are waiting for her in a pack at their of prearrange feeding place. And she is like shooing them away as if they're like dogs crowding the the dinner plate you know. Go go away go away. And they're all around her. And i asked her at one point. I weren't you afraid that you would fall. Because she was doing this in the winter and she said I fell down all the time as fine. Well if they're smarter not to figure out all the other things talking about. They're smart enough to not to kill the golden goose right. Yeah so so you have have various people feeding the bears intentionally and that of course is creating or adding to the barest sense that humans sure they might be annoying. Throw firecrackers at you. Sometimes a ultimately they're pretty. They're pretty good eggs. Well we should note that one of the things that the very beginning here is that historically at least conventional thinking although the bears of grafton challenging conventional thinking or conventional wisdom commissioner wisdom is that bears don't attack cats number one. That's the story started out with rise in that. Bears don't attack humans but in grafton that's right So ever since pioneer days The bears in the state of new hampshire had been beaten back so that there had not been a bear attack in the state of new hampshire for at least one hundred maybe one hundred fifty years of in graft in several years after the freetown project began to work its magic rats and became the site of the first bear attack in winning memory And before the book concludes there is.
"bears" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"To all of these tempting food opportunities and the graph the nights are also repelling bears. Each in their own way writes. Some of them are just shouting at them and chasing them off. Some people were throwing firecrackers at their heads. Some people are setting booby traps that conflict painting on the bears some are using electrified fences summer putting cayenne pepper in their garbage and so they are also teaching the bears that Bear are colonels that might have be endured in the pursuit of these calories. This is like a princeton review class for bears. Basically that's right. They're giving all these different word problems right all these different logic puzzles and basically each logic puzzle is needs to be solved in different ways. So they're developing all the different kinds of intelligence and if people think we're talking giving bears much credit. You have a lot of evidence in the book that bears are really smart. And that dave co evolved in our modern world with us to to do these things to solve human problems. That's absolutely right. Yeah they they can count to like thirteen That they They just got a lot going on they. They can picture how they look to the people that are interacting with and kind of like try to modify their behavior and appearance accordingly. They know how to hide. That's one of the weird things in here is that they know to avoid lights. Yes yeah right right because they understand that when a light is on them better more visible to a human which a lot of animals. Don't a lotta animals your turn a spotlight on a deer and adjust famously stairs. They're staring into the light because it doesn't get that connection but a bear notes to intentional things. One is that if you're having a bear problem in most parts of the country you call fishing game or wildlife officials and they will come in and help you sort it out and kind of assess what's going on but if you're in graft in and you don't believe in government intervention you're certainly not going to call game you're going to try to sort this out on.
"bears" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Ago is his scalding as well. And that was the big story near the end of the game if you couldn't stay up last night to watch in nineteen thirteen. Vikings the final that was courtesy of wbz newsradio seven eighty foals matt. Nagy head coach had his leg and hip injured in the final moments. You already know trubisky's shoulder injury so if the bears had enough problems they you can add another one to. let's go to the shell. Pennzoil performance line two welcome in jeff dickerson dares reporter. He joins us this morning. All right jeff. So they said the offense would change after the play calling. Duties passed over from head coach. Matt nagy to bill laser and they end up with one hundred forty nine total yards more yards on special teams then on offense. What's the reaction this morning. Yeah i think the offense did not change one bid and might have actually guys regressed to of eleven third down for the bears last night. They only contributed on offense six points. Cordeiro patterson had the hundred and four yard kickoff. Return for a touchdown so they couldn't convert on third down couldn't convert on second down only ten first downs the entire game then not run. The ball. patterson led the team with thirty rushing yards. Because david montgomery was out with a concussion. And nick foles before the injury pass for one hundred and six yards. I mean i think what people are seeing in chicago is that it doesn't matter who's calling the plays The bears offense is pretty much broken beyond repair. So the reaction is what you guys would imagine. I hope one day. We're all talking when the bears are not in crisis but that day is that today because at five and five in losing four straight and now they're on their by week now. There's a real chance the bears could go from. I two worst here in a couple of weeks. They were five and one now. they're five and five in. Division is tightening with the lions and minnesota both at four and five so obviously the vibes in chicago. Not so good this morning. Jeff limited it yesterday. You said that matt nagy order to keep his job. They would need to make the playoffs. What what do you think. How hot is his seat right now. This morning kishan. He's twenty five and seventeen. Which i know doesn't sound great but john fox won fourteen games three years. I mean that eric trip a couple of years off my life covering the bears. Two thousand fifteen two thousand seventeen now. They've made the playoffs once. There were eight last year. It's not looking good but another issue. Keyshawn what the bears is general manager ryan pace has been the job for six years and his records. Nowhere near as good as is matt nagy's but the bears had to hire a search firm to hire ryan pace who then hired john fox six years ago. So i mean there's no real infrastructure in place for the bears to easily blow out everyone after the season so. I know that it's not going well for matt nagy right now but if the record is twenty five and seventeen and after living through the john fox and marc trestman eras. I'm not sure if the bears that prepared to make a big change plus everything going out cova nine hundred and we all know the season's been different for everybody so yes i think his seat is hot but whether or not it leads to him losing his job ultimately in the off season. I'm not sure if the bears are quite they're just yet. Well the reason. I bring that up. Because i'm thinking okay so yes. He went to the playoffs in his first year. What are they winning. Eleven games ten chance right twelve games so that's basically half of the twenty five we talking about right i mean and then when you look at it. He was the person who out and vouch for nick. Foles in then made the decision to get away from trubisky at three and older. Go back to nick foles which you know some would argue at three. And why would you even make the change. Even though trubisky's not available now. But what if he was available and he was still starting. Where would you be a valid. Forget this sukey sean. You know matt nagy is only the bears head coach because of his offensive association with andy. Reid he was brought here to call place. I mean he wasn't. He wasn't brought here to hand over. Play calling duties to someone like bill laser. Who called the place for the bears last night. So if he's not calling plays what is he exactly. That's that's a great question. The trubisky thing you know it was very clear that that nagy was just done trubisky. And the benjamin week three against atlanta they came back foles led them to a victory but now they're in a really tough spot. Know they do have the bye week and maybe false can recover from this leg or hip. Injury suffered last night. Trubisky shoulders been messed up. He's been inactive the last couple of weeks. They had tyler bray. Come in and try to finish the game off last night. That's ideal for anybody. Oh there's a lot of things you can look at it and say boy. Matt nagy is not made the right decision here he could be in real jeopardy. I feel like for the bears themselves with gm and a head coach that are so closely tied together like pace and matt nagy and with no one in place in the organization to step in and say okay. These guys are fired. I'm going to hire this guy who's going to hire that guy. It's always a little more complicated when it comes to chicago on these types of matters. Jeff nick foles gets knocked out at the end of the game has to be carted off as you mentioned lincoln. We expect an update on his status. And where are we at with. Mr bisky is that a consideration. If he's healthy coming out of the bye week it folds is ready to go. Yeah chris. it's a definitely a consideration. Matt nagy was asked about that. After the game last night he thinks trubisky probably could be ready for the packers game on november. Twenty ninth. didn't wanna make any bold proclamations that early. We're still waiting to see what was going on. Exactly with nick foles but i think trubisky of course is back in play here. If foles can't go a matt nagy we'll speak again to the media coming up in a couple of hours. So maybe there's a little more of an update on nick foles. He was in a lot of pain last night. We talked to some guys that are with him in the post game locker room and he was limping around so the by does come at a good time for him healthwise of where they got the packers coming up in two weeks on a four game losing streak so yes i think you know. Barring a quick recovery from falls other is definitely a chance that mitchell trubisky is back in there when the bears come off their by one thing i i mentioned the thing i learned during this interview more than anything is that the bears actually paid somebody to find ryan pace that has to be the worst possible in chicago. I'm just looking at the resume. I'm just looking at israeli. He's fifty thousand dollars. Five naves never works out though and it certainly isn't working out in chicago. Jeff thanks to the inside this morning. We really appreciate it. Thanks guys take care star mall front canteen key. We're to go find you. A coach athletic director in every sport right. Can you believe he didn't say key and candy human. I actually like having you on the show. Need to stop man. 'cause y'all sadness narrative amongst the american people that i am something different than what i know. You are judged evan and authentic. that's for sure let's talk a little nba but first before we do that on the alphabet soup. Let's go from a to z and from eighty z. Is brought to you by red box. Red box has movies at the box and streaming on demand from the producers of. Get out in us. Don't miss antebellum. Starring janelle monae visit red box dot com for all.
"bears" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"Why he did not answer the phone. I bet she has intimacy issues. And this fucking buzzer wrong see. It's so annoyed. I will hay whitney. It's burton tom. We want to call you. Call fucking god damn it. This is why i hate. Hey you wit to call you for our podcast I wanna talk to you about your basketball skills. And nexium not the heartburn medicine but the colt so she was involved with that she had one of the women on the way. The fucking head woman. That started this kind of like. Come after the colt. She had her on her podcast after they tend to do one hundred thirty six years. This guy started. I'll give you ready. This is the one minute. Give me a timer on the clock and the dav. This is the one minute breakdown whitney. Cummings here we go hold on will become is calling us. Back on the podcast. Whitney wait title. Shut up past amazing. So you were calling me. And i sent you to voicemail and then i went oh wait he might be on to bears caves and so i called you back on you back. This is live. And we're we're rolling. We're rolling we're rolling. We have two things we want to. This is on like your mom's house network. Yeah yeah yeah if the audio cuts out or hang up okay. So so number one i. We were talking and talking about basketball. We're doing the one on one competition. And i said by the way you know. Who's fucking awesome it basketball. Guess what name. I said whitney is this. Your what is this big. It's not a bit. I i was trying to compliment you. Yes you said me. I know elite. Are you a really good basketball player. I it's weird to say because no one's gonna believe.
"bears" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Well so what's remarkable when you actually have this sort of transparent vision of a creator process right from from the initial kind of Quirky doodles all the way through to a look you know motion picture etc. Right is you can see the things that actually are the seeds of what emerge as characterization as visual. The visual artifacts I guess that people associated with the the later cartoon et CETERA. So. You had the stack obviously from the very beginning, right and stack was in the same order. You also had certain other things and just I guess we should step back when when quick, second and note to anybody who hasn't seen we bear bears yet it really is about these sort of talking but not quite anthropomorphic barriers are still clearly animal. You know they're not like. They don't have hands. Things like that, and they still mostly when they're when they're stacked and kind of crawling around on all fours right. But they talk and nobody seems to actually have any issue or be surprised by the fact that you have these talking. English speaking bears and then the other note that seems to be kind of a big Sort of the character notes here like ice bear rights even from back here refers to himself in the third person is dare does this is there? So you ready had some some roots of of these three personalities and there were already kind of brothers and brother will adoptive brothers. I. Guess and they they had the same with human beings. Even back then What was I? Maybe this sort of is bouncing off of filters on question. What was the initial reaction when you said this is what I'm imagining right even if the visuals there must have been to some people, you extra this into a reaction of like. Why I mean I think the thing to remember though is that I'm working in a medium that surrealness is its biggest asset you know and and logic. There are certain logic things that we are given for free working animation works to our favor and I think that's the magic of animation. Is it spells disbelief in a much simpler and easy way which allows you to enter into? Kind of wacky circumstances or visuals a little bit easier than like a live action film would or live or live action TV show and let you kind of play around with the fun of that and you know it's just the job of us to find a way to ground it in a way so that you know it doesn't become just you know a crazy wacky you know situation that you can't relate to. So yeah, I would say that that is what animation is great for you know, and that's kind of the world that I operated and You know that's why I loved medium. Something that's always been kind of Well, first of all, let me tell you how I I discovered the show is because Somebody sent me a clip just a little clip from the show and I was like what is this and it was clip of Of the bears meeting chloe's parents for the first time. I'm sure people talk to you about this all the time because it's it's so cute and it made the rounds. But close korean-american her parents Korean and. It has the three bears like oh hi and and You know them kind of stumbling over I spare..
"bears" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call us Bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America. . I'm bill you. . And I'm Jeff Yang and we are so incredibly pleased tonight to have with us a very special guest, , a friend of ours, , a friend of the PODCAST and a brilliant <hes> animation creator. . That's kind of a big drum roll right now who's it going to be? ? But I'm here to tell you that it is in fact, , Daniel Chong the creator of we bear bears one of our favorite animated series Daniel welcomes the fogcast. . Welcome. . Thank you for that intro. . Man I don't know what to do with that that. . Good now. . All right. . No for real. . Huge. . Admirers of yours and big fans of <hes> of we bear bears <hes> I've you know as much as possible I've I've kept up with it given. . The fact of the world is basically a rolling apocalypse I'd. . Things things we've your bears are the things that make life feel less like a total and utter shit show. . And I will say <hes>. . We're particularly excited because we have the chance to actually take a look at the. . We are bears movie, which , is sort of like an exclamation point on the series and it was fantastic. . I mean I have so many things to ask about say about it especially the fact that it feels like. . I don't want to say this <hes> to overstate this in some ways, , but it feels Kinda like an important movie in ways that I will elaborate. . Thank you perfect for twenty twenty I'll say that But let's begin actually Daniel. . By talking about how this got started in I mean for those of you who have not yet watch, , we bear bears. . It actually began <hes> as a web comic called the bear bears right. . Three bear bears right shortly there and tells how that where that came from and I guess how this how this turned into. . What it is today. . Yeah <hes>. . It was a web comic that I had created it. . You know I was working in the industry in the animation industry ad. . I just wanted to make my own thing. . And at the time you know <hes> people are posting things on blogs and stuff. . So I created this comic on my own called three bear bears is kind of a play on Goldilocks, , three bears and so <hes>. . Yeah it was. . It was a comic that <hes>. . It was very like free for me. . I. . Didn't like really right out anything ahead of time I just kind of like A. . Free associated as I was drawing it and nobody read it and nobody cared and just completely I remember going onto comic forums and trying to post it like, , Hey, , guys check this out in like nobody wanted to talk to me on forum. . So it was just like. . But but the thing is I was already working. . So it's not like it was so debilitating. . What was it? ? The only thing I had? ? It was just You know it is it is that was just it was my outlet that my special hobby I guess at the time. . So but <hes> as I was in the animation industry working as a story artist for about ten years <hes> run by fifth year I was starting to get antsy I just wanted to create my own things. . So <hes>, , I started taking these comics different ideas that I had started just flushing them out into pitches into stories and or. . TV shows, , and that's where three bears <unk> became weaver bears. . I got to change that title for legal reasons apparently. . Some <hes> what's called a some company owned I think there were a taxidermy company, , they own something similar. . So. . <hes>. . You know now the title really means nothing at it makes no sense but it's So. . Yeah. . We're not responsive opportunity right there if you. . Off. . So. . When you when you came up with this for the idea when he became a cartoon a series, , like what were the kind of the things that you were <hes> like how did you pitch it honestly when I tried tried to explain this series to people who've never seen it? ? Yeah. . It's kind of a weird thing to try to like I like the concept is such a <hes>. . It's so simple and yet it. . So it's too simple in a lot of ways. . Yeah and then trying to explain to the emotional complexity of is difficult. . You know. . I think the pitch itself was was. . The visuals help a lot. . I'm not just pitching words so. . I think there are two things that were very crucial to well, , maybe three. . Crucial things to the the Bible ever the pitch that I did that help sell at one was the visual of stack these three bear stack them each other which you know I it was a very iconic thing in the comic and that was definitely the thing carried into the pitch, , and so you know I pretty much started off the Bible by showing this image of the three bears together. . So it just. . kind of it's sort of just evokes a very strong image up the top. . The second image that I put in the Bible was an image of the three bears mingling at a party with a bunch of Humid's holding like cups at a party and nobody is freaking out by them. . They're just all mingling together as if they're like, , you just talking about the weather or something like that, , and that was another like. . Important image to kind of sell here's the joke. . Is that these three years nobody freaks out when they see them they're just one of you guys except there bears. . So that was the other really important image to sell this project
"bears" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"Let's see what the Have a fucking by sports he does it give you the list. Do. You realize Joe couldn't buy a sports team I'm sure there's a list there. Four point four, billion dollars. Yes. It looks like the least valuable teams are are Tennessee Titan as the bills the Lion Tampa Bay two, point two, eight, are we can by Tampa Bay yet we still need to point two, eight, billion dollars though how much do you think honestly, we could raise from kickstarter not close to that nobody like fun like. fucking dollar. There's how many how many people are in the United States three, hundred, twenty, eight, million about. How many people are in Asia we're going to have left alert speak Mandarin. Couple billion. Yeah. This is how the fuck do you make two hundred you go. All right. All right. Now, we just need to focus on Asia. Okay K we put all our focus on Asia. This is why. Fuck how you get money from people in Asia Asia. Age. ME. On board meeting. Yeah. This is the way they'll be getting a lot of these. Hold our board meetings live at on our show and and and as of watcher were you then can know that you can hear I. Liked this. This is a brilliant idea. Let let this marinate. Okay. Got It. So. Starting today Tom and I are starting. To. Bears One Cave Holding Corp... Okay. Your investment makes you part owner of two bears, one Cave Holding Corp. now, we're GONNA start small right, but we will end up owning the bucks probably, and if you buy in, you will then be a part owner of the bucks. There's a lawsuit but. Croatia is making a fine point. You see how that just worked out. That was one of my ideas. No one thought was going to work and all sudden fucking working through, and that's where you should invest in two bears cave holding cold incorp excellent point. Look we're going to wrap this up we have another Thing to do but I just want to make this point real clear and we're very excited about the Holding Corp. to bears. Live is October fifteenth. One. Capable live. Bears Came Holding Corp. Dot com get it before it goes. Make sure you get. This is our company and its first we're getting pictures. Suits okay. Hitting back to back with a luxury yacht. This we're.
"bears" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"Or Kansas City Missouri Yep or maybe. One of the many cities I'm hitting on this. To shows wiping your hands on your ass barehanded. You haven't done it. I haven't done it yet. I did my son's asked this morning and got some shit on my finger. That was fun. So Shit on your finger, what do you do? First thing you do do you wipe an offer to you smell it? Now Your Son Ship Your Shit Wipe it off. Of Real. You don't smell it I for like a clump of Shit is on your hand like That's what you. That's what you said. This one time to me and I I hope I have a problem with this and I always lyle was here to defend me. Yeah, because. I. Can we get he? Can we please get submissions from British people? Let him speak for a second? Yeah. We need I need a British person to give a soundbites. That defend me when I'm out of my fucking mind, and then just get a really posh sounding British person to give me. I want like ten one sentiment at Dav. Wait. So what's the two bears address here to bears the number to the word bears the number one, the word cave at g mail, DOT com, the subject to say British accents yes and Ju- and just I want you by the way you've got to be really British. Yeah. Hug. We put some personality into it. Yeah. Really you know I want something like a little bit of like like really sell it to defend. Out Air, MAP air amount era amount I wouldn't mind one of those accident paramount era I wanNA tough. I want a couple British guy. I want to really smart one I wanNA really tough one. Hour on my opne one yeah. East as out come on guys says, yeah. Yeah. Talk. Right it's fantastic I wish I could do accents you can you just know that? You want. Somebody who works with the Queen to do it, and then like a real a chimney sweeper, who would you want to be your backup your hype man like someone that just when you were talking shit like showing a like out definitely a blackout like. Like. Straight up hold up. Segment like. Out of those same kind of idea tom no no yes they might do. So, then we also need a black guy to submit some. Tom, yes. When we are having a disagreement, N- adopt can gently gingerly toss them in just give me like some give my man second like that and so that when we're losing an argument yeah, he can. Can Pepper them in and then we have our hype men backing us up. Tom's are African American. Okay. So for mine again, the number to the word bears the number one cave to bears cave at gmail.com subject line black accents, and you have to have a picture of you being black. You can't just be a white guy doing black Africans as raised us unless we're doing it is not raises when we're doing it but if you're doing it, it's racist. And I need to prove that you're British Cup of tea like a biscuit or something I. Love It. Let's figure out our friends who they would have as the friends I say our friends they're moving. All our friends are moving. So I really was we talked about this few weeks ago on your mom's house about how what? Are we about to take over the city. Oh. I like how our brains work. Are we about to become the biggest comedians in California. I don't know I'm trying to get Berta Move Sebastian. followed. The lead man. Pastures purge go home to buy. fucking out here man. Cool the PATS. Them apples you know go back man. Yeah I mean. There's so many who who like. I. Just. What it is, it feels like a real shift because it's what are. Our I mean everything's different because of Kobe but our social life has like this. You know this way about that has been this way, and then this is a throwing a big wrench into right like Rogan leaving the as leaving I. Know I said that without people saying it but I've confirmed to other people even I know three other people on top of that are considering leaving I. Know I know I know Rogin and Joey talked to joey about it. I don't know where JOE IS GONNA go. He says he's going to I I don't I don't know where he's but like he did my time. said he goes, Hey, did my time I'm like again? Now, here's the thing is that like you got to really consider. You know how young. Shout out to John Turquel I talked to him on the phone Yep. I'm talking later today young comic from Tampa. His Dad and I went to high school together little older than me. But he was asking me about like what to do in comedy and it was such a hard question to think of how to answer it because I'm like I would not move to New York if you're young comic I definitely would move New York and I definitely would move to la like I wouldn't. If you're getting spots in your hometown fucking stay there if they're opening clubs in your hometown, don't go anywhere like do the reps you're not getting spots in La when they open at half capacity, I'm those the lineups are going to be everyone's going to be getting. Everyone's going to be wanting to spots everywhere, and then you look at like Rogan's move right? If you're a young comic why not go to where the? The here's the thing you have to remember he's going to try to. Duplicate. The environment that he had mean by the way he tried to he will he will. Yeah He created the environment out here yet the stand up environment out here is on the on. And this is a big statement but I think we should lie was here to back me up. This. The standup scene out here is based on the fact that he stood up for stand up and went head to head with Carlos Mencia and he got kicked out of the store and when he went back to the store, everyone knew things had changed at the store for good that it was never going to be this toxic environment where thievery was rewarded and heroism was punished and standing up for the little guy was. Punished, and so everyone showed up there. Everyone wants to be a part of it and he was he is the biggest podcast in the world and he's doing shows there every single night he will recreate that wherever he goes. Yeah. In Texas. Yeah. Like he will recreate that end if you are a young New York comic that is not having our special on big providers and you're headlining big and you WANNA do raps. Go to a Rogan. Diocese is going to be I can't argue against that dude, if you're developing and you're like, we're what's going to be hot coming out of this, I would go to Austin I even argue what I mean like say like Andrew Schultz's level and shelters doing theaters. Why would why wouldn't he go to Austin? Like why wouldn't he? Go wherever Joe's going I..
"bears" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"Can the presence of the shallow watts and make up for the absence of Jj Watt the questions kind of confusion because it's on Watson does not play Defense and what's always hurt and so yes Kansas Shawn Watson make up for the absence of Jj want it would seem so he hasn't been that great force he is now out for the season to Shawn Watson and meanwhile is getting kicked in the face and still throwing game winning touchdown passes this guy special we had Jon Gruden compare him to Michael Jordan which is now the second time he's been compared to that guy back that seems to mean something right Mike Golic yeah I would say so and I think it speaks to a couple things one the value of the quarterback position that we know is amongst the greatest and all professionals worth having a guy that can make the plays to Shawn Watson does can ease the pain for any defense or any offensive line and he's been doing both for awhile but on defense it had been a while since jj watt was fully they not traded him away to the seahawks those fantastic stats and bringing up the seahawks I think is important because with the Texas are trying to do is similar to what the seahawks have done transition from album every place jj watt but they have no draft pigs because they are currently operating without a general manager that's reality you can't tell them that stuff at work you've rule well does do.
"bears" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"Welcome to a highly questionable in day you know the one where we talk a lot of football and you can't always see the top of my head then up your up today so from most to least here we've got stugotz Dominic Foxworth Mike they did a rogers responsible throwing his touchdown pass to Jamaal Williams and Rogers on Sunday night football beat the chiefs thirty one twenty four we had one particular throw that was amazing some would say accidental but it was too Jamal Williams in the back of the end zone here scrambling to his right just toss it up there air boom he says he wanted to throw at the Jimmy Graham for perhaps a jump ball but knew that Williams was back there anyway dominique is he a god or is he just a quarter back I think he's certainly closer to God I give him the benefit of the doubt it reminds me of that Russell Wilson throw wherever you're good enough we'll see you did it on purpose if you're bad we'll CEOS mistake but he in a spot as they say we're only his receiver could get it and one of the things I liked about seeing that is that's a pass at Aaron Rodgers would not have thrown in the past and maybe it's a little bit of mahomes rubbing off on them but one of the only criticism that we've had eras throughout his career is that he's a little too conservative with the ball he's a little too afraid to turn it over with four to one touchdown interception ratio but a pastor like that if he's throwing that from here on out this is GonNa be tough to beat absolutely it's a lot easier to take calculated risks when you finally feel like you have not only an offensive coordinator's behind you but a d it's much more able to bail you out should things go awry so we have a chance to see the best version mayor Rogers but STU gods has to appreciate that excuse they're not only was not trying to throw it away but he had not one but two backup plans and all this one believe in just enough of the lie to know that we are getting none of the truth time for the other side of the story Aziz to God it was totally irresponsible had any other quarterback let's say I don't know Mitchell trubisky made the same throw we be crushing him today that's been the other side of the story with me Stugotz so that's going to be things that keep moving cookie Nick Bosa be the best defensive player in the NFL or the forty niners beat the panthers yesterday continuing their undefeated streak seven and no while I'm marveling at Kyle Shanahan and Tevin Coleman and that running game which seems to be ridiculously impressive at a time where everybody's throwing the ball everywhere man Nick boasts ridiculously impressive to three sacks three tackles for loss which I kind of thought were the same thing I can think founders both and an interception in forty six yard return go joe is he among the best is he the best already I I mean he certainly putting his name in the conversation and definitely starting to get some noise for defensive player of the year because one of the reasons is it ten go to the best defensive player on a team that's doing really well and the niners had the benefit of that zero in the loss column right now while a guy like let's say myles Garrett in Cleveland has double digit sacks already on the season and is showing out the offense on his team is betraying their seasons not going according to plan and so he won't get anywhere near the air that boasts probably going to touch here yeah before the season started myles Garrett said he was going to win that award and he's doing everything in his power he is the best past Russell win rate in the League he also has more sex with ten and maybe we'll get it if it wasn't for the fact that the rest of it his team stinks but I'm going to go a different direction the guy who I think is the best in the league right now Stephon Gilmore think about what they're doing that team is very good he's a great corner that locks down opposing arisen allows that Patriots defense do some pretty complex things actually they're pretty simple for them but they appear complex at a defense and it's because of his ability to cover so may we should think about giving awards yeah I don't know so nick might be great but just not the greatest but what are the forty niners can we assess them now because we want to talk about who they've beaten but it seems regardless of what's in front of them they've find special ways to win they scored fifty one points my favorites that of the weekend was this is the first time since two thousand and three that they've scored more than their team name the forty niners that's crazy good art I think they're very good I mean they're built in the right ways and they're showing you just how important a great play caller can be on offense because I think there are a lot like the seahawks you've got a quarterback in a play caller that might not be working necessarily together we're not sure how good Jimmy Garoppolo is but we know how great Kyle Shanahan is much the same way I don't know if we really trust the play calling in Seattle as much as we do their halls aim quarterback yeah I think they are a team to be reckoned with but as all the good teams in the League we have the same looming question who they really beaten and I think it's fair to ask them at the same thing as fair to ask if the Patriots time now for the other side of the story with me you guys that's the best player in the NFL I'm not certain of the the best defensive player in his own family that's been the other side of the story with me Stugotz should we put the Patriot in the same company as the eighty five bears I mean speaking of who have you beaten the Patriots beat the browns yesterday twenty seven thirteen but what are the browns what is Baker still though these patriots we know what Bill Bell Chicken due to an opposing team. If you look at the list of quarterbacks that they've played and throw Baker Mayfield on the list because he's a young one to bill bell has had his way with them and historically will always have his way with them but there seems something special about this team Dominique I don't know if it's continuity I don't know if it's just people in this system knowing bill belichick but they seem ridiculously special yeah I think they deserve to be in that conversation it is fair to criticize their strength of schedule so far but the what they're doing it is teams is something that should not be able to replicate because you talk about things like turnovers and we tend to think that those are somewhat based on love those aren't things that you can recreate we got the week but they're finding a way to recreate it even when teams They're trying to be conservative the browns for goodness sake threw a shovel pass and somehow they intercepted that I didn't know that was possible so it's hard for me to say anything negative about that team on the defensive side of the all right now yeah I don't think it's anything you can point to as random because dominic you know this as well as anybody that stuff is coach Jonathan Jones walking down Nick Chubb on that run and punching down where with the closed these are things that you were coached all the time defensive player the Patriots just execute it more consistently and I think part of that is he mentioned comes from continuity you of a defense that we saw do all this against the rams team in the Super Bowl you of a defense that's got veteran guys that have been around each other for a while and they can execute things that as this league turns over and brings install ars on different teams through free agency you don't get everywhere else with that the browns turn the ball over on three consecutive offensive plays they're very lucky we're talking about the Patriots here not that I do think that the game that they have coming up against the ravens will be a good test because this team the Patriots team they're built with their secondary I they're built to stop modern offenses that throw the ball L. 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Lot Watch their games up until this point they have not been all that great against the run you think about the knicks play he had all those jars before they caused a fumble you think about lady on bell even dominate the jets team it seemed like bell was able to get five to seven yards just about whatever you want we'll probably learn a lot more about the patriots when they played to Shawn Watson when they played Jack the next week and when they play Patrick mahomes later in the year here's the other side of the story with me Stugotz I bet you the eighty five bears wish they could have faced Luke Falk Ryan Fitzpatrick Josh Rosen Baker Mayfield. correct that's the other side of the story with me Stugotz deserves a golf club Oh thank you trust the eagles again after they trout the Bills Eagles are going to be that team right the one that we ask every other week are they back there a five hundred team that's what they are last week they lost they got trounced in Dallas they needed this win against buffalo and they got it now Josh Allen gave them three fumbles and that seems to be a problem for him but the eagles needed it when they got it but dominique that's team so I think the eagles got a good win a win they needed but it still doesn't make me impressed with them in part because the most important group on their team the cornerbacks most important group on every team is worse position so you're not GonNa win anything if you can't cover anybody everybody knows that transparent analysis from our Resident Defensive Back Dominique Foxworth which I think means I'm sorry host to support this because the eagles won with a career high in rushing yards and the Doug Peterson era and that would mean the offensive line did well but I'm dominique this again goes to the bills you look at what they've been expecting they've been expecting Josh Allen to be something that I ultimately think he's not which is reliable in key situations and towards the end of that game he completed three of his final thirteen past is when they were down and needed to get back and unfortunately that's I think closer to what the bills really are there anything better than when Dominique is talking Devi Oh as spicy here's a fun fact with me Stugatz the bills haven't eaten a team with a record above five hundred that's a fun fact with me yes we know who you are thank you let's Chirp wasn't that much fun Jj Watt but they have no draft picks because they are currently operating without a general manager that's this reality with me Monster Counseling Dracula tell me how you're feeling no one understands how known Levi's no one will even let me into the House I knock knock but they ignored me uh-huh what else I look in the mirror don't even see myself anymore if you don't see yourself clearly can you be expect others the two I'm having a breakthrough it's not easy to be a vampire but with Geico it's super easy to switch and save hundreds on Your Car Insurance.
"bears" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Everybody from von Miller of Enver Broncos there too, and Tony Gonzalez Pete Schrager joining us breaking stories in Pittsburgh in New England, joy. Taylor is joining me on a Tuesday today. We got Monday night football game to talk about, yes, proud tradition. Chicago Bears. Monsters of the midway and Pete Carroll Seahawks. I want to start with the Chicago Bears. Have you ever been driving down the road? And there's like there's a car up there and it's not moving very fast and you're in traffic, you could be on a small country road you could be, you know, I grew up in a small town and you see this, sometimes you're driving on that small road. What was what's going on up there? Why is it so slow and all of a sudden you move up in about five minutes later, you look up and it's the driver's Ed car with a driver's education teacher and the student driver in the back. It says, student driver be slow. That was the bears offense last night. The coach, Matt Nagy is the driver's Ed teacher and Mitch Trubisky is the student driver and that that offense that wasn't a win last night. That was an indictment. The bears are the LA Rams. If the Rams had no offense, you have this super clever, offensive. Coach Rams have Sean McVeigh. And the bears have matinee super clever. I mean, you can watch that game and not even know football and the motions in the traps and the screens. And the sets the bears look like the Rams. They're just they have a different playbook. You've got tremendous special teams with the Rams and the bears way above average. And you got defensive studs with the Rams and you got defensive studs with a bears. The difference is one has an offense. I mean, forget sealing the Chicago Bears offensive. Ceiling is a crawlspace. That's a college offense. I'm looking at the box score from last night. You would have no idea if you didn't watch that game and you took the box score. You would think that was an evenly matched game, and it wasn't Chicago's defensive line mauled the Seahawks offensive line for three and a half hours. The bears were at. Home. They had a ten minute edge time of possession..