40 Burst results for "Bowl"
Dan Shares Observations From His Time in the South
"Paula at the Iron Bowl. And I said, listen, I obviously haven't met a person from the south, but I've been down here a lot, like for a really long time now. And this is my personal experience with you know, God matters down there. Not that God didn't matter in New York. My family was very religious. We went to St. Pancras Church every Sunday, but God really matters in the south. Central to everything. Everything. God comes first and everything else comes second. And you really see it in the south. It's just even the way they talk. It reminds me, you know, I love Morgan Wallen. That's actually a song, the way I talk. And as a guy who loves Jesus Christ and unfortunately fails him so often, you know, I'm just deeply impacted by how much people from the south so deeply love God and faith and the faith -based portion of the community. You know, sometimes up of earth. Things are like New Yorkers are just very skeptical of a lot of stuff. It's not a knock. It's just they've been burned a lot by a lot of bad people. So a lot of things are considered like hokey. Like, hey, is church going to do bingo. I've been to New York, it's like, ah, that's hokey. That's goofy. Right, Jim? That's like New York. That ain't doing it. That's kind of hokey. Not down south, man. That's a community. Yeah, it's bingo. That's cool. Let's go do some bingo. Whatever. Good for you, man. I also noted that things I picked up down On 20 years living south in New York. You know, manners and structure matter. You know, people don't say, yes, sir, and no, ma 'am, because they're obligated to. They say it because they want It imparts structure in a chaotic world. Respect the elderly. You know, they get over and out of the way when a funeral procession happens. Again, things I've seen, these are just my experiences. I'm not speaking for everyone. don't I stereotype people, good or bad. But structure matters. Manners
Fresh update on "bowl" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Michael Penix Jr. has been named a finalist the for Heisman Trophy. Michigan and Alabama play in the Rose Bowl. College football's transfer portal is open for business and many high -profile players are looking to change schools including Washington State quarterback Cam and Ward two Oregon State passers. Maybe a change of scenery will jumpstart Jared Kelnick's baseball career. The Mariners are trading the 24 year old outfielder along with veteran pitcher Marco Gonzalez and first baseman Evan White all to Atlanta. In the deal Seattle gets a pair of right -handed pitchers Cole Phillips and Jackson Cower. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 after the hour Northwest News Radio. A better life with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Have you heard of the four attachment styles? They describe how we behave in relationships with our significant other family friends co -workers. Someone with the secure attachment style
A highlight from Cleveland Shocks Lamar, Dobbsanity Strikes Again, New York Bad QB History, and Belichicks Bleak Season With Cousin Sal
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Fresh update on "bowl" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"We check sports at 10 and 40 past each hour here at Northwest News Radio and Bill Swartz reports you dub as a familiar football foe in the Sugar Bowl. Yes Washington fondly remembers the Alamo Bowl year last defeating Texas as a springboard for this remarkable 2023 Caesar. On New Year's Day the Huskies will play Texas again. The New Orleans Sugar Bowl one of the national championship semifinal games. Texas former UW coach Steve Serkisian has a month to prepare his Longhorns. But it's a heck of an opponent. Washington's a great team as we all well know we played them last year in the Alamo Bowl. It's gonna take a lot of preparation. It's gonna take us playing our best football. No surprise but UW.
A highlight from Adam and Jen Vs the Apocalypse
"Hey guys, welcome to Mutually Codependent with Adam and Jen. I'm Jen. I'm Adam. Welcome, welcome, welcome. How is everybody? I hope you're doing well. Hopefully, hopefully, hopefully, hopefully, hopefully, we're going to enjoy this strain of the show, which today is Mac one, uh, which is a short for miracle alien cookies. Yes. All right. Um, Mac one, according to this is an out of the world experience with powerful mood lifting effects and a bodily relaxation. That's cool. Yeah, that's cool. So, uh, it's a labeled as a hybrid. You got another spilled drink. Nope. Just a couple of drops, just a couple of drops. It's just like six counted, um, T H C a 23 .6 % plenty. Little dab will do you, uh, the, uh, Delta nine is a barely legal 0 .29%. That's about as close as you can get. Did you know you can actually go slightly above 0 .3 if it's within the, um, the, the minimum quantification of the tool that you're using. Oh, so, uh, cause there's, each tool has kind of a margin of error, if you will. And if you're within that margin error, then they're like, yeah, it's fine. It makes sense. Yeah, it does. It's, uh, one of the few things that I've been like, oh yeah, that did make sense. Maybe they do know what they're doing. But, uh, yeah, so that's our strain of the show. Mac one, miracle alien cookies. How do you like it? We've had this a few times. Yeah. Not on the show, but we have on the show, but we've personally had it a few times. It's a, it's a good string. I like it. It's a solid hybrid. A solid, it's a solid hybrid as opposed to a liquid. No, like it's a good hybrid. It's not a weak ass hybrid. It's a, it's a good one. I am just looking for my lighter. Cause I want to smoke some. Yeah, you should tell people what, what, what we have coming up for them. Okay. I will do that. So today on mutually codependent Adam and Jen are going to talk about the apocalypse. No, seriously guys. Like a lot of shit has happened in the past three years, like since COVID hit. And like, I don't think our world is ever going to be quote unquote, normal again. And just with everything that is going on with, I mean, for the past year with Ukraine and Russia to Israel and Gaza and the Palestinians, like all the sadness and death and destruction, like I feel as if, and I've seen it on social media. Like there's a lot of people that feel like the apocalypse is inevitable. Like it's coming. The people who aren't crazy. People who aren't crazy, like normal people who are not preppers. They're not people who are just becoming preppers or they're like just normal everyday people that don't buy into any conspiracy theories and stuff. That's what I've been seeing. Like all of those people are starting to be like, what the fuck is happening in our world and should we be afraid? And yes, I think everyone should be, to be honest, I always have trouble getting raps King size lit. So it's taken me a little longer than normal. Not to, not to take away from what you were talking about. That's kind of what the weed does though. Yeah. So we're going to talk about that and we're going to, we can just, we're going to talk. We got a new shit. The kid did. Yeah. We got a new shit. The kid did. I'm going to, I'm going to start with that cause that's super happy. Not that this isn't a happy episode, but cause it's kind of silly, but yeah. Um, so Landon on Saturday, our middle son Landon, he's 17. He has an electric bike that he rides to and from work and going to and from work. He passes by the skate park, which he frequents because he's a skateboard. Um, and he has friends there. Well, their internet was down at his restaurant job on Saturday night. So door dash in like Uber eats, couldn't come pick up their orders. So he took like over well over a hundred dollars worth of food and he just took it and he went to the skate park on his way home and he passed it out to some of the people that he knows that are there staying the night because they're homeless. They don't have anywhere to go and he knows they're hungry. So he went and he passed out this food to them because otherwise it was just going to get thrown away. Yeah. So cause they couldn't come get it and I was really proud of him for that. Cause I feel like, yeah, not all, not everybody would choose to do that. Certainly not every 17 year old, right? He's a good, he's a, he's an amazing kid. Sometimes kids, the shit the kid did is good. It's a good thing. We wanted to have a good, yeah, the kid did good shit. The kid did cause I got a short other shit. The kid did. I went downstairs to make some tea and our coffee maker rinsing out the little bowl, make sure and get all the coffee grounds out so that don't affect my tea. And, uh, I, I, there was a precariously perched pan on the drying rack atop several other pans, all of which was being leaned on by a cutting board. Oh, yeah, that sounds, yeah. And on top of the cutting board was one of my knives. So when I bumped the pan, the knife fell and almost hit my foot. Was that Ben? Yeah. Yeah. He heard me cuss him out from the other room. I didn't even know he was in there the first time. Yeah, no, I didn't cuss him out. I just said, Ben, like you heard that just happened, right? He's like, yeah, it was like, you need to not stack the shits dangerously. Like I need you to do things in a safer way, please. That's what I actually said. That's not what I wanted to say. I wish, I wish we could see both sides of our children. You know, like if, if we had just like, okay, we're in the middle, right? We make these choices back and forth regularly. We're, we're on the mean side. Sometimes we're on the nicer side. Most of the time I want to, I want to view, I want to see what our kids would look like if, if we chose one side strong or the other. Like your light side, dark side child. Um, well, I can tell you how different would your kids be? You think, um, well, if I only chose the dark side, their anxiety would be like way worse and they would hate me probably. Um, but if I only chose the light side, they would just be dirty slobs out of control, like because they wouldn't have learned any kind of discipline, no discipline, no manners, like, so no, that wouldn't have never worked. Yeah. Oh, but I mean, for a lot of, to see what, how bad would they be if we were just like assholes all the time? I don't know, but like people who are terrible to their kids and the kids grew up with like complex PTSD, like it's pretty severe, like it's a constant fucking cycle, like that person then treats their kids shitty and so on and so forth and their friends and their coworkers and the people around them. And so, you know, you have one shitty person, you know, breeds, and then they have a shitty kid and if a person is raised shitty, then they become a shitty person, which affects everybody around them. What I've seen though, like in the past few years, as I've like, as I've spent a lot of time on my personal growth is that a lot of people are breaking that curse, that generational curse of treating their kids badly or being the cycle. They're, they're breaking that and they're trying to be that parent that wasn't there for them because they grew up into this person realizing how desperate they were for attention or love or support or somebody being proud of them. So there's actually a TikToker who is one of my favorites and I've sent her, she has POTS, which is a dysautonomia disease condition. That helped. Um, yes, I know I was going to go. So dysautonomia is a disorder that some people have and it causes like, you can't breathe in the heat, you can't walk upstairs, you'll just randomly faint because of blood flow issues. You're, you're dizzy a lot. It's, it's a, it's pretty severe. It's usually, it affects women, usually younger girls like teenage years, but if you get it when you're older, like you're kind of fucked, which is what happened to my mom and why she's had so many issues. But so this girl named Kimberly is, she has POTS, but she does skits as her cigarette mom. Her mom, both of her parents are dead, but she uses a straw and she acts like her mom did. And it's her way of therapy because she said, I had a horrible childhood. It was abusive. And my parent, my dad was a drunk, my mom was a drunk and they smoked constantly. But like she uses it as like therapy to not, she'd be like, I will never be this shitty person. Like my mom was. Yeah. Yeah. It's, it's kind of sad, but I have seen that. I mean, and that's, I thought about that as a kid. Like if I ever had children, I would be the kind of mom that I wanted as a kid. Cause I mean, for lots of reasons, your mom just didn't understand you, let alone have a good idea of how to, you know, raise you. But yeah, I was different. Yeah. Now, now that I'm diagnosed with autism, I look back at my life and I'm like, how in the fuck did people not know? Like my own self, my therapist knew two and a half years before I did. Yeah. Well, and they were pushing for it. They were asking to get a different diagnosis from the beginning. Yeah. I don't think you're bi -boliced. She keeps saying, I just, I don't think you're bi -boliced. Have you ever had a manic episode? No, never got the good stuff. When I was 19 and I had to leave it. We come to, we don't even think it was mania. We just think it was maybe a 19, a little out of control, a little party girl. It wasn't technically like, yeah. So I don't know. Yeah. You, you were just a, a monopolar instead of bipolar. Yeah. Monopole. Monopole. So any who, but yeah. But I think that people are kind of changing that and being better parents now, I hope, I mean, I know some people are still absolutely terrible parents. You know, so I think, uh, our kids' generation are going to be some of the most prepared parents. Well, yeah, I agree. No, but it's not just the most recent magazine that you may or may not have grabbed at the grocery store or picked up at the doctor's office. You know, like that's literally, you know, reading a book on how to raise your kid was like looked down on. Yeah. And, uh, you know, but with us, we've encouraged that kind of behavior and our children will, will encourage it even more. And it's because our world is fucked and our generation and the next generations are seeing that firsthand, how the people before us really screwed things up and not just financially. I'm not talking about economy and politics. I'm talking about mental health, mental health, ethics, the way we live life, the kind of human being you're supposed to be like, that is so much more important than learning some, you know, I wish that that was what was taught to people, like the common sense to be a decent human being that should have been health class. That should be other side of health. I mean, that should, I've always told my boys and you know, I know that you're, you're the same way, like being a good kind person and being nice to people is more important than being right or being really smart or, you know, having a lot of money. I mean, all those things are great, but at the end of the day, the kind of person you are when you go to bed at night is what really matters. I feel like, yeah, your happiness and how appreciative you are of your life or not. Cause it, that reflects outwards. So yeah, I want that for our kids and for people in general and for the future generations, for our grandkids and great grandkids. If we get there. Yeah. Or if the apocalypse comes. Yeah, fun, fun fact. When I was in like sixth, seventh grade, I was so obsessed with Buffy, the vampire Slayer and the apocalypse that I wasn't allowed to say the word in my own home for a few months. The word apocalypse or apocalypse. She, how often were boards banned for certain amounts of time? Like, what is that a regular thing? Yeah. How many words do you think got banned over the years? About 20. Oh yeah. How many of them do you remember? Exuberant. Oh, that's a weird one to say a lot. Five was five. Why your mom started banning words at five? I was younger. Oh gosh. I wasn't allowed to say, um, diaphragm. Oh God. Which I've probably, I may have told you about this. But when I was seven, I drew like a head and like a neck and a chest, like of a person and I drew body parts in it and I was labeling it because I wanted my own little like human poster of somebody. So I like copied it out of the world book and I went to show her and was explaining how your diaphragm works. And she told me that we didn't have a diaphragm in our body, that that was a word again. Who was that? My mother. Your mom. Yeah. Dang. And so that I wasn't allowed to say diaphragm exuberant because I, I looked it up in the dictionary and then I would use it all the time. Um, was your dad upset by these words? I don't think, no, I don't, I, he, he worked so much when I was little. Like, I don't remember him and I have been like a whole lot of heart to heart conversations. I get that. Um, I like, I don't remember what else it was. Lackadaisical. I wasn't allowed to say that for a while. Lackadaisical. And none of these were small words.
Fresh update on "bowl" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"We have Mr. Cain from citizenfreepress.com. Cain, a lot of politics to talk about, but more importantly, college football weekend, one of the best college ball weekends that I've seen in quite some time. Now, I'm a huge Duck fan, producer Andrew, UW, all respect. To be perfectly fair, I was very worried on thought crimes. I was like, Washington is a team that can win. They had something. They had an edge. And man, it's too bad Bo could have won the Heisman. But Cain, I know you watched a lot of college football this weekend. I want to get your impressions and then to the great injustice that the college football committee gave us on Sunday morning. Yeah, it was a fantastic week. It was a fantastic weekend for football without a doubt. And you're right about that Washington-Oregon matchup. It really was Bo Nixon's chance to take the Heisman away from Michael Pennix. And people, you know, longtime readers of CFP know that the site has run out of Bloomington. So we had Michael Pennix for three years at IU. He only transferred before last season to Washington when Kalyn DeBoer went there. And so Bloomington people, we watched Michael Pennix, you know, very, very closely. And that game, I know it had to hurt. You know, Oregon was the favorite. I'm not exactly sure why, considering that Washington had beat them earlier in the season. But that was a heck of a game. And there's so much, you know. So first, I'm going to go to Florida State before I go to anything else. You have to. That's the big story here. It's an injustice. Yeah, the problem was everybody in the nation was watching them. And they were watching them play a not very good Louisville team. Hell, Indiana almost beat... The Hoosiers finished 4-8 this year. And I have a brand new coach, by the way. I'll give a shout out to Coach Signetti. And he's going to turn Hoosier nation around. But Indiana almost beat Louisville. Louisville is not that great a team. They almost got beat, or they did get beat by Kentucky two weeks ago. And so everyone happened to be watching. That third string quarterback didn't look very good. I think people forget that the second string guy has looked much better. And he's going to be back for the bowl game. So Florida State, you know, they're angry. Yeah, then they should be. I want to play some tips. So in the audience, they say, what's going on? Anyway, let me just remind you, Florida State went undefeated. And in a Power Five Conference ACC, they lost their quarterback. And they got snubbed out of the 14 playoff. It's awful. Let's play cut 17. If you think you're having a bad weekend, play cut 17. 2014 were heartbroken, devastated. And I'm sure there is a lot of anger in Tallahassee as a result of this. Now, here's what I would have done if I was Mr. Norvell, the coach of Florida State. He didn't play this right, in my opinion. Now, this is PR politics stuff. He should have called for some political. As soon as they won the game, Kane, he should have on that camera interview. He should have looked right into the camera and say, we are watching you, committee. And don't even think about not having us in. And then as soon as they were snubbed, I know this sounds crazy. Norvell should have called for his own playoff. They could play it. Think about it. There's four great teams that didn't make the playoff. Florida State, Georgia, Oregon, and Ohio State. They could have had their own playoff. They could have done it their own stadiums in total defiance to the bowl system and be like, let's go play Georgia. He literally could have been like, we're going to go. And they are playing Georgia now in a bowl game, but they could have said, let's do our own playoff. Anyway, Kane, final thoughts and we'll get back to politics. Yeah, I don't mind talking about this stuff at all. In fact, there was a great tweet yesterday that said that the college football committee decision hasn't been fully implemented, that Mike Pence could still stand up for freedom and democracy and prevent it. You know, other people said Florida State should boycott the bowl game and then just show up with pads, sort of, you know, boycott officially, but then show up to play. Oregon is getting screwed, right? Oregon is a top team. They're playing Liberty. Liberty went undefeated, but Liberty is, you know, everyone knows about Liberty. They're in Lynchburg, Virginia, but I don't think they're going to, I think, you know, Oregon's going to put up 55 on Liberty in that game. Ohio State, they sort of get forgotten because they didn't play this weekend, right? And they've drawn Missouri. That's going to be an interesting game. Missouri kind of was a sneaky, you know, has some sneaky skills in the SEC.
A highlight from AFC Favorite & Our Midseason Awards
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We had four games that everybody thought were gonna be great and as it turned out, three of them were pretty good. One of which was a blowout. We'll get to all them here in a minute then of course we have our week 10 lines of five games that we're gonna focus on from our SI Sportsbook odds and then from there we also have the midseason awards that we have to get to as we are halfway home in the 2023 NFL season. Before we get to all that, let's welcome the other man of the tandem, Gil, what's going on man? How you been? Yeah, I'm doing well. Matt, as you know, I like to brag about my wins and complain about my losses and last week was a good week. I went 12 -2 with the picks but I am pretty disappointed that I betted against Joshua Dobbs. What a game, right? Unbelievable. I'm annoyed. You went 12 -2, I went 11 -3 and I feel like 11 -3 should have given me some bragging rights for the week and yet it did not happen. So I will say on the whole, our group, yourself, myself, Connor, Orr, Albert Breer, Mitch and John our editors and Claire, another editor of ours as well that does great work, I feel like everybody's picks have been really pretty good this year. There are some years you look at picks and go, oh my god, I'm barely above 500. Right now, I've got the sheep pulled up in front of me, so the best record is Albert who's 95 -41, went 11 -3 last week and then after that, Claire Kawana is right behind him with 92 wins and then in gold it says 87 wins and then it's myself, yourself, John and then Connor Orr at 75 and 65 pulling up the rear, so Connor's got to step up. Connor is bringing down the credibility of this entire group. That's not bad for last play, so 10 games over 500? His thing is, we all do our upset picks and he's done 50 upset picks. I think I've done like 16. So that's part of the reason, but yeah, the picks are good and of course people that want to can read those over at SI .com, we put them out every week. The editors are nice enough to put that together. All right, so last week, like I said, we had some great games. We had Chiefs Dolphins over in Germany and then we had Ravens, Seahawks, which we thought would be a great game, turned out to be a massacre, Late Window, Cowboys, Eagles, which was one of the wildest games I can remember seeing in quite some time and then of course we had Bills, Bengals at the end, the Sunday night game there and so like I said, we'll get to all those. Let's just start with how the day actually started. Over in Frankfort, Chiefs build up a 21 -0 lead on Miami. Miami comes back, makes it 21 -14. They had a couple drives at the end where they could have tied the game, even taken the lead if they went for two. They got into Kansas City territory both times, but both times ended up going backwards, lose the game. They dropped to 6 -3. Chiefs, of course, improved to 7 -2. Both teams go on their bye weeks. I'll So, let you set the stage here, Gilberto. What is it to you, is it more about the Dolphins that game or is it more about the Chiefs? It is more about the Dolphins because they can't beat a team with a winning record and don't tell me the Chargers are .500 and the Dolphins beat them. They barely got to .500, so I am concerned about the Dolphins, but I don't want to let the Chiefs off the hook, Matt, and I know you've been writing about this, but the Dolphins have been pretty average. It got to a point where now Mahomes is saying, yeah, we sting. We're pretty bad. Go talk about the defense. That defense is carrying us the entire season. You know what's kind of funny, Matt? This season, it feels like the team with the best defense might win the Super Bowl, and the Chiefs still have the best defense right now, it feels like, so it's kind of a weird irony, but you expect better from Mahomes and Kelsey, but the wide receivers, they can't create separation. And it wasn't for that awesome fumble, reverse play, whatever it was from Cook there. They would have probably lost a game there, but what's going on with the Dolphins offense? Averaging 17 points against the Bills, Eagles, and the Chiefs, so I go with the Dolphins there because I feel like the Chiefs could figure it out. It's halfway point in the season, they're just cruising by, and I think something will finally break out there, but I'll let you maybe talk about the Chiefs a little more. But the Dolphins, man, you're supposed to be the most explosive offense, highest scoring, and you can't even get a first down. It's like, do they have too many home run hitters? Too many touchdown makers? How about some chain movers? How about some first down people? How about some quick outs, and just get four or five yards, and everything just feels like a home run, and they don't adjust, and they don't kind of make end game adjustments because credit to the Chiefs, and Tyreek Hill said it too, they covered, there was great coverage on Tyreek Hill, so it's kind of one of those games where like, why not get a tight end that can help you out here? Why not get some guys that can make it easier? How about go to Raheem Oster a little more? He had like 12 carries, and he's averaging 7 .1 yards per carry, so I don't know what's going on with Mike McDaniel on two, and two was pretty bad in that second half there. Yeah, he had the touchdown to Cedric Wilson, but make some adjustments, Mike McDaniel, and stop going for the home run ball, Tua. Yeah, look, first of all, I agree, I think the Dolphins are the bigger storyline coming out of the game. Like, they've now played three really good teams, and they've lost all three of them, and they came back against Kansas City, but they were getting killed in that game too. They were 21 -0 midway through the third quarter, and frankly, if Chris Jones doesn't take one of the dumbest personal fouls you've ever seen, it's probably 21 -7, and we're having a different discussion. I think your point though, man, is good with the Dolphins in the sense of like, there's timing strung off. They're just dead in the water. They have no answer for it, and we've seen that now multiple times, this year and last year. Kansas City basically said, we're going to get up on the line of scrimmage, we're going to get our hands on Tyreek Hill, we're going to reroute them, we're going to cause problems. Look, who knows them better than the Chiefs, right? I mean, they know what can cause some issues, and they actually went back and watched practice tape of a couple years ago to try to figure out how to stop them. They went back and watched how they worked against him in team drills and practice, and tried to figure out some things, and it obviously worked. But from the Chiefs' angle of this, listen, the offense is a disaster, okay? They had 46 yards in the second half of the game in a turnover. But they're 7 -2 in the number one seed in the AFC because the defense is incredible, and they're just shutting people down left and right. If you go and look this year at teams that have played the Chiefs, nobody's thrown for 300 yards. Kirk Cousins came the closest. He was up in the higher 200s because he threw a million passes. But if you look at Gough's numbers, 253 yards, one touchdown, which was a good game. That was without Chris Jones that week. Trevor Lawrence, they didn't score a touchdown. He threw 41 times for 216 yards. Justin Fields threw for 99 yards. Zach Wilson, of all people, had one of the best days against him, 245 and two touchdowns. That game. wild And then you had Cousins, who went for 284 and two touchdowns on 47 attempts. Russell Wilson threw for 95 yards one game, and in the other game, the game that they won, he threw for 114. These teams, two I didn't throw for 200 yards. Nobody's throwing for yardage against them. They're second in the league in sacks, the first in pressure rate. They've got two elite corners in McDuffie and Sneet, and so, look, the question with Kansas City is obvious. Can this offense get going? Because if the offense gets going, they're probably the best team in the NFL. I mean, if they get even borderline top -10 production out of that offense, forget it. They have the week now to scout. I was texting with some people around the team, and I think there's a general thought of like, look, it's a bunch of little things that are throwing off the whole thing. Question is, how many of those little things can you fix in the next couple of months? The good news is you have Mahalem, you have Kelsey, you've got a good offensive line, you've got Andy Reid. The bad news is they have you and me at receiver. So, I mean, that's the question. My guess? They'll fix it to an extent. I don't think it's going to be a unit that you'll look at and go, oh my God, they're incredible. I think it's probably going to be a top -10 unit right around there at the end of the year. They're in the mix, but yeah, I agree, man. The Dolphins are definitely the thing that you'll look at right now, and the team you'll look at right now and go, all right, you're going to make the playoffs, but what are you going to do when you get there? Are you going to beat somebody good, or is there going to be a one -and -done? Matt, let me ask a quick question, because you watch this team closely, and I think I watch them good enough because they're always on prime time, but all these analytics people are saying, look at the EPA, look at the DVOA. They're top five in offense in all these categories, and I'm like, I get it. You keep showing me the numbers, but I keep watching the games, and the wide receivers are not that great. They're not scoring points. They had nine points against Denver, so I don't know what it is. Maybe when you said disaster, I'm like, okay, cool, because I was trying to play it safe. Maybe they're average because there's something here that I'm missing with the DVOA and the EPA. They're a disaster by their standards. By anyone else's standards, yeah, they're probably still an above -average offense, but by their standards, they're a train wreck. I will say this. People forget it because they won the Super Bowl last year. They were somewhat of a train wreck offensively the first half of last year, too. They had a bunch of games last year. They lost to the Colts last year. They muddled through a Chargers game that they ended up winning because of a pick -six that went 99 yards the other way. They struggled offensively against the Bills. They ended up beating the Raiders on a Monday night last year, but they were down 17 -0, and they needed to come back in that game. They were not good offensively for stretches of last season, and then they're them. In January, they cranked it up, and that was it. Even on one ankle, Mahomes did enough to win. But this has been the year before that. They were 3 -4 at the beginning of the year. They couldn't score a point in that season. That was the year Mahomes played, again, by his standards, not by anybody else's, but by his standards. He played poorly. You go to 2021, and they lost in the AFC title game. They were 3 -4, and then people say, oh, well, then they came out of it. They did in terms of that they won games. Their point totals after that 3 -4 start, they won 20 -17, 13 -7. Then they blew the Raiders out, scored 41, 19 -9, 22 -9. The last couple of years, they've had stretches like this, but by their standards, they're a disaster offensively right now. By the NFL's standards, they're probably somewhere between 10 -12th in the league offensively. So, got to take it for what it's worth. Yeah. All right. Let's get to the next game here. The Bengals and the Bills will go right to Sunday Night Football, speaking of a team that by their standards is an offensive disaster, despite what EPA will tell you. I'm not here to bag on the analytics, guys. I will tell you this. I'm a big eye test guy. You watch the Bills. My eye test, I don't care that they're fourth or whatever in EPA offensively. They have not been good over the last month and change. I don't think there's any way to say that otherwise. They go to Cincinnati. They made it a little bit closer at the end, but they were down 24 -10 with a few minutes left. They score a touchdown. They get the two, but they can't get the ball back. The Bengals now, 5 -3. Winners of four straight playing like we expected them to play at the beginning of the year. The Bills are 5 -4. It has been a struggle for them. They started the year 3 -1. Since then, they're 2 -3 going in the other direction. They have a very hard schedule. We'll get to that in a moment. What was your main takeaway from that Bengals -Bills game? Just the difference in quarterback play between Joe Burrow and Josh Allen and how to cover that game. I wrote about it. I kept seeing Joe Burrow moving around the pocket and extending plays. Then I look at the boxer, I'm like, wait, he has four rushing yards? I thought he ran for a bunch of yards. I know he had that one where he had the first down kind of signal. It's just when pressure comes, he knows how to move. It's smooth. It's not like he has to speed it up. He just says, okay, cool. You're right there, but I'm still going to do what I have to do and just extend plays. Matt, when it's Drew Sample and Tanner Hudson and Erskine Jr., Trenton Irwin, these guys are making plays. Then you look at Josh Allen, when the pressure comes, it looks difficult. It's chaotic. He has to kind of see what's out there and then, okay, force a throw or miss a throw. I get the Bengals defense is better than the Bills defense, so Burrow had maybe an easier time, but there was pressure. He was fighting pressure. I get it. The second there is not as good there, but it just seems harder for Josh Allen.
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A highlight from Executive Director of The Bush Tennis Center Tim Stallard Talks Bringing The Pros The Texas
"Welcome to the official tennis .com podcast featuring professional coach and community leader Kamau Murray. Welcome to the tennis .com podcast. I'm your host Kamau Murray, and we are here with all things tennis. Mr. Tim Stoller, Tim is the general manager and director of the Bush tennis center down in San Antonio, Texas. And they are hosting a really cool tennis event this weekend. It is the, Tim, go ahead, give us the name. Yes, the San Antonio International Team Tennis Championships, and it's at Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio. However, the Bush tennis center is way out in West Texas, about 300 miles away in Midland, Texas. So that's kind of an interesting dynamic of this event. Yeah, we want to hear a lot about that because I'll be honest with you. You know, I built 27 tennis courts in the city and the Bush tennis center has the exact same mission as I do, and I'd never heard of it. So we want to dig into that. But first, let's dig into your background. You have put on more than 50, you know, ATP, USDA, Pro Circuit events, assistant coach at University of Texas, spent time on the court with Andy Roddick. Tell me about your pedigree, where you come from, how you got in the game, and how you were able to travel through so many different levers of the sport. Well, I actually, it started in Rockford, Illinois, way up north, and started playing tennis and just, it was one of those things after my parents got divorced a couple of times. I love baseball, but trying out for baseball teams was more problematic than just entering tennis tournaments. So I kind of fell into tennis through that and loved the sport. And you know, like you said, went on to coach at University of Texas and started, you know, just had some great players. And that's really how I got into starting to run events is I was trying to get wildcards and help out players that I was coaching. And way back in the day, I had two really great players in Texas. One was Julie Scott, who is an All -American at Stanford. And, you know, I couldn't get wildcards. And the other one was Elizabeth Schmidt, who played at UCLA and went on, now she's a head coach at Rice. And very deserving kids. And the USDA said, you know, if you start running tournaments, you get the wildcards. So at one point, I had 13 challengers across the U .S. And some of those challengers, like Champaign -Urbana, are still moving along. So it was an interesting process. So we've held calendars the last two years. And it is a tough business model. To have 13 of them, you know, they struggle to make money. They break even at best. To have 13 of them, you must have had a model that worked because no one would ask for it 13 times if you don't. So tell us about your experience with challengers because we see challengers in the U .S., you know, come on and off the calendar, right? And it hurts our U .S. players from, like you said, creating that vertical for where they're in, you know, the collegiate pathway, they want to try to hand it to Pro Tour, they can't get a wildcard, not enough events to spread the wildcards out. How did you make the challenger model work? Yeah, you know, I was able to get national sponsors. I mean, it covered everything. So I had great sponsors, AOL, Porsche Cars North America, Bear Stearns, HealthSouth. So I just went out. I had a great mentor, a big advertising company, GSD &M. The founders of that really kind of showed me how to put media value behind packages. And I found a kind of a good formula. So you know, I would have literally just, you know, Porsche would say, we need these markets and I would jump on a plane and go to Miami and find facilities. But it was a nice problem because I had all the financials together. You look at the challenger that was in Dallas for years, that was over 20 years that they had it at TbarM. So lots of great challenges throughout the years. Now when you would sell those packages, would the sponsor take all 13? Or like the major sponsors take all 13, then you add on locals? Or was it, you know, and the people would pick off whichever ones they wanted in the markets? Yeah, for the most part, you know, we'd have our major sponsors would take all the markets and then we'd sell kind of patron, local, because you always want the local community involved. So we'd have local patron packages. And we really did our best to make it a fun event, you know, pro -ams and music and access to the players. And, you know, for me, a big part of it was telling the story of the challengers. I mean, I love challengers because you have the veterans that are hanging on that come to get the points. You got the top juniors in the world and they clash at the challenger level. And you know, I'll never forget, I was in a drive -through at McDonals in Austin, Texas, and I got a call from Andre Agassi's brother asking for a wild card into Burbank. And at that time, I'd already, I'd committed, I had a player, Brandon Coop and Robert Abendroth, I committed my two wild cards, so I couldn't give him a wild card, but I was hoping the USTA would. And you know the story, I mean, he got a wild card, he played against Sarga Sargisian in the finals. They called it the Battle of Armenia. And it was a great tournament and it was great to see him come back a year later. He was already back to number four in the world. So it was really just an inspiration to see Andre. Yeah, so, you know, I think that one of the things we us to underestimate is like really the job of these challengers, right, especially in the US soil, is to help promote the next generation of player, right? So I always like to hear a famous story. So our challengers, our wild cards went to Ben Shelton last summer. That's awesome, man. I always hit the semis, obviously got to perform, got a wild card into, got to upgrade a wild card, got originally got a wild card in the Qualities of Cincy because he was in Chicago so long, upgraded to the main draw. And this year, Alex Mickelson wins our event, goes on and plays Newport, right, gets the final to Newport, loses to Manarino, I think. So tell me about another famous wild card story where you see, you gave a wild card to someone that has some potential. And then other than the story you told us where you're like, you know, we had a hand in that person's career. Well, a couple of them, one in Rockford, Illinois, back to Rockford, Illinois, I had a challenger there in February following the Midland, Michigan challenger that's still going. And I got a call from one of my idols, Nick Boletary, and said, I've got this girl, she's number one in the world. And she's not going to make the cut for the challenger. And we think she has a lot of potential. It was Anna Kournikova. So I gave her a wild card and she won it. And you know, I believe, you know, five months later, she was in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon. And what's cool about Anna is Anna came back and we've done a lot of charity events. And following, we did an event in Beaumont with Pete Sampras. And she flew after that over to Horseshoe Bay to do a free clinic with my wife and kids. And it was the first kids courts, it was the Andy Roddick kids courts out at Horseshoe Bay. But she flew over, you know, did it absolutely for free to give back to the kids. And she's amazing. But it's really funny that, you know, that started when she was 13 years old in frigid Rockford, Illinois, in February. So you mentioned your wife and kids, do your daughters play at all? They did. They're older now. They're once graduated from A &M. She's an architect and my other daughter is about to start her master's in communications at A &M. Now, did you tie your hand at coaching them? You know, obviously, I'm trying to coach my kids. And I'm trying not to let what happens on the tennis court blend into the car ride home or blend into the dinner table. But sometimes that's really hard. Did you try your hand at coaching them? And how did that go? Yeah, I did. My wife was really their primary coach. And my wife was a great player, all American at Texas, coached at Texas. She's number one in the Southerns, finalist at the Easter Bowl, just a great player. And we are very different coaching styles. My wife is very, you know, very, very fired up with the girls. I was a lot more laid back. And you know, when I go to their matches, I'd have the newspaper, my Starbucks, and they go, Dad, you're not even watching my match. Of course, I'm watching every point. But when they look at me, I've got my newspaper up and my coffee is kind of downplaying it. But they were great, you know, we're really proud of our daughters. And we officially became grandparents about a little over a year ago. But, you know, tennis was just a great experience for their life. And it, you know, for me, it changed my life. You know, growing up in Rockford, Illinois, my dad was an automaker, tool and die maker, neither one of my parents even know how to keep score in tennis. And like I said, after a couple of divorces, I had a wonderful coach, Pat Wicks, that gave me a lot of free lessons and I just worked my butt off and it opened doors. And, you know, that's what we're really inspired to do with the Bush AIDS Outreach Program is create that opportunity. And I mean, we have 100%, any kid that comes, we provide full scholarships, partial scholarships, we turn down no one. That's our mission. So we're real proud of that and we've helped a lot of kids and we're expanding that throughout the state of Texas and then happy to really help, you know, great foundations like the Ryan Brothers Foundation, John Isner. My wife and I, we went out and helped Sloan. Sloan had over 300 kids bust in from Compton at USC. My wife and I went out and helped with clinics out there to help Sloan, but she does amazing work year -round. So there's a lot of great stories and a lot of great things that, you know, people see these great players on the court, but I'm really inspired for a lot of things they're doing off the court. So tell me about the Bush Tennis Center. I would say I didn't even know it existed. I didn't know that the Bushes were big tennis people. I knew the Koch Brothers were big tennis people down there in Texas, but didn't know the Bush Tennis Center existed. So tell me about how the Bush Tennis Center came along and how you ended up taking the job. Oh, it's, in 2015, I had John Isner, Sam Querrey, and the Bryans, and we did a four -day run where we did Atlanta, Nashville, Midland, and then Camarillo, California to do something for the Bryan Brothers for their foundation. So those four guys, 2015, went through just to do a one -day event and just started talking to the people that founded the Bush Tennis Center and they were having some challenges with the business model, asked me to, hired me as a consultant initially. And I just said, you know, here's all the things that need to be done. And they're like, well, we want to hire you. I'm like, well, I don't live here. I live in Austin. My wife's director of tennis at Horseshoe Bay Resort. My company's in Austin. They're like, well, we don't care if you live here, just come and check into the Double Tree Hilton downtown Midland and come and figure this thing out. And you know, it was really neat because at that point I was working, I was trying to build a similar facility next to Dell Diamond with Reed and Reece Ryan, Nolan Ryan's kids. They owned the Minor League Ballpark there and we were kind of going down that road to maybe buy the ATP event in Memphis, build a facility like this. And you know, we're going down that road, but there was a lot of politics and just dealing with governments and stuff. I go out to West Texas and they're like, you know, here's the keys to the place. How much money do you need? Let's get it going. I mean, it's just an amazing opportunity. And we're on 35 acres. We've already on the far west side, we just opened a $4 million park designed for special needs children. So we've got zip lines. Everything is set up where kids can play just despite, you know, physical challenges. They can play side by side with all kids. We have a $4 million park. We just broke ground on a new 90 ,000 square foot athletic center, which will have five indoor basketball courts, 15 volleyball courts, a 75 yard turf indoor field. And then Lance Hooton, who I actually met through Andy Roddick, who's traveled with Andy. It's going to be a sports performance training center. And Lance Hooton's coming in and using his expertise to develop that as well. So, you know, it's a big campus and it's all set up as a nonprofit. It's a legacy for the Bush presidents. And you know, I feel like to some degree I get to be Santa Claus because I get to really help a lot of kids. And that's super important to me. And we've got a staff that is just amazing, that just cares so much about helping kids and really developing a great event, a great product. Now you're also building indoor tennis courts. And what people don't know is like in these southern markets, right, places where you just say California, Texas, Atlanta, Florida, even, he's like, why do you need indoor courts in those markets? Sometimes it is so hot, right, that you just need the, you need the roof for the shade, right? Or sometimes like in Florida, it'll rain all day, right? And you need the roof for the rain. So tell us why you would need indoor courts in West Texas. Well, a lot of times it's just too windy. I mean, we're just out in the middle of nowhere. It's flat as can be. And, you know, as they say, there's not a lot out there, but there's a lot under there. I mean, we're on the biggest reserve of oil on planet Earth, the Permian Basin and the Delaware Basin, you know, come right out of right out of Midland, West Texas. And but it's flat, high winds. So we lose a lot of days where, you know, the wind gets up above 25 miles an hour. It's not playable. Dust is blowing. And then, you know, we have one hundred and one hundred and ten hundred and fifteen degree days in the summer, and then it drops to twenty five degrees. That's just all over the map. So indoor courts will definitely help us. We're looking at doing eight indoor hard and four indoor clay, and there's no way to do outdoor clay. It would just blow away. So it would be so dry and you'd be you know, every year we bring in twelve tons of clay to sort of re -top off our red hard shoe courts. I mean, I would only imagine how much money you spend on. Oh, yeah. It wouldn't last.
Fresh "Bowl" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
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Playing Music, Reviewing Scores for College Football Mondays
"-3872. The Dan Bongino Show. No, this is not our weekly tribute to Alabama Dale. I know you may be confused, but because we've instituted college football Mondays, because ladies and gentlemen, Jim and I are pretty good at marketing the show. I mean, our marketing budget, Jim, is what? How much money do we spend? Zero, exactly. And we're probably one of the biggest radio shows. Top two or three. Number two podcast. Why? Because you know how to get the voice out there. So we want to appeal to the college kids. We do college football Mondays where we play all these college football songs associated affiliated with teams. And that is for you. Roll titers out there. Alabama big win this weekend. Jim's not happy. Thought that that little incident with the QB was ace. But listen, you know, no, I didn't see it. So I can't comment on it. Informal. I was out all weekend Saturday. So absolutely no college football got the scores. I know Alabama one and I will be at the Iron Bowl. So I'll see you there. Getting a little do a little tailgate there. So, uh, should I tell everyone where I'm going to be? I'm not sure where going I'm to be yet, but it may be near the Tiger walk. So although I have a special attachment to Auburn, much respect to the Alabama folks. Got a good coach. Good team there. Big game this weekend for you. By the way, Notre
A highlight from Sharing the Gospel
"Good morning, Saints. It's a pleasure and an honor to be here this morning and bring the word of the Lord to you. Please join me in prayer. Lord, Heavenly Father, please bless me and help me to bring this message you have laid on my heart. And please bless the hearts of those here assembled to hear it, Lord. Bless us and help us for your honor and glory. It's in your name, Lord Jesus, we pray, amen. So this morning will not be a typical teaching that we usually get during the teaching hour. I'll be speaking on evangelism. And as you know, many of you know that I do a sidewalk evangelism ministry at the Denton County Square every Saturday evening. We usually go out there for a couple hours and share the gospel. Some of you might be thinking, every Saturday evening, that's pretty laudable effort. But it's not. It's really the bare minimum of what is an acceptable effort as far as I'm concerned. But there's two things in this opening section I want to hopefully impress upon you this morning. One, even the smallest of efforts can have an enormous impact in the kingdom of God. And number two, that is because it is God who does the work. God uses the foolish things of this world, the things that are not, the inconsequential small things that we are to accomplish great things for his kingdom so that he gets the honor and glory. Consider, the two hours of time I spend every week at the Denton County Square is just 5 .1 % of my available free time. I work 40 hours a week, I got a full -time job. I have plenty of time to do everything I want and need to do in my life. I have a lot of free time on top of that. Just 5 % is given to share in the gospel. Not a really significant sacrifice. The other events I do, the Super Bowl, the Final Four, etc. 8 days a year out of 365 days, a mere 2 .1 % of my available days sharing the gospel. Not a significant contribution, not a sacrifice. Consider though the potential impact that such a minimal effort can have. I typically have three good gospel conversations on a Saturday night. That's 12 per month, 156 per year, 1 ,560 in 10 years time. Over 1 ,500 people whose eternal destiny could have possibly been impacted by that little tiny effort every week. I also hand out typically a lot more gospels of John and gospel tracts than I have conversations. 10 to 20 of those on a Saturday night. That's over 7 ,000 handed out in 10 years consistently over time. How about all of the people that see those gospel tracts and read those gospels of John? Or how about all the people that I have talked to that they end up talking to? There's a potential impact of hundreds of thousands of people for the kingdom of God, if not millions. Somebody handed a young man by the name of Hudson Taylor a gospel tract when he was 17. One gospel tract affected millions of people through that man. I met a Christian lawyer once in a Starbucks from Houston and he told me that he saw me with my Bible open and he came up and introduced himself and told me that he had come out on his downtown Houston law office one day, opened his door, and somebody was walking by him and just handed him a gospel tract. Didn't say anything, just handed him a tract as they were walking by. He took it, sat in his car, read it, and he said, my life has never been the same. Because he was so impacted by that gospel tract, he determined to make his own gospel tracts. For 20 years, he had been handing them out. So the point is that don't ever think you can't have a significant impact for the kingdom of God. Every tiny little effort can have enormous consequences. It's worth it to take up this effort.
Devastating Injury Rocks the Vikings
"Okay, Chip and James, got a lot to talk about here this week. But James, we're going to defer to you. It was a tough week for the Vikings. We could talk about this or we could just find other things to depress me. This was, it was weird. I'll tell you what. It was really weird because my dad was telling me and my dad are dead. When it comes to the Vikings, that's our thing. That's what we care about the most. when Um, I texted him, I know you can't tell if someone's crying over text, but I was pretty sure he was crying because not that, not that we were going to win a Super Bowl or anything, but we were turning it around and people were kind of getting excited. We had the chains, Kirk go back, all that fun stuff. Is there anything more devastating than an injury that's not caused by the other team? Oh yeah. Yeah. Okay. I have a question here for both of you. Before we get into your MBV candidate, now that's come in as quarterback, um, the, uh, is, is Achilles just the, the injury to juror this year, or is there a reason Achilles is becoming more and more problematic with quarterbacks with wider savers, anything else? Or is it just, just one of those years? I, I think it's just happened with two very high profile quarterbacks. Right. And anytime that happens, it's going to get a lot of attention. Um, but you know, and talking about the Vikings, Doug, I mean, what four weeks ago, you know, they're, uh, you know, they're one, two at quarterback and wide receiver was Kurt cousins and Jordan Jefferson, and now it's Joshua Dobbs and KJ Osborn, so I'm going in the right direction to KJ Osborn, who I think is a good receiver, but what's good is, first of all, Jordan Addison is now our number one receiver that man is he literally showed up the moment Jefferson went down. They were like, all right, let's just throw him the ball. Um, and that was because of cousins. Yeah, let's do, let's, let's just pay our respect because Kurt cousin is going to just 35 and be 36 next year. I don't know where he's going to be in his career. That's a devastating thing to get this late coming up in a contract season. Yeah, but he was literally at the top of his game. And that sucks because I know, you know, we can all joke about Kurt cousins, it doesn't play big, blah, blah, blah, but if you just took his numbers and didn't know that he was a huge creed fan and you just took the numbers and you just looked at those, yeah, you would, you would put him up with a bunch of other great players. So despite that, um, uh, the Vikings said, we're not going to do anything, no trades, nothing happens. And then sure enough, MVP candidate, Josh jobs shows up on our doorstep and, uh, he's going to take us to a Superbowl Nick Foles style. I'm certain of it. Cause it's the only way I can get through
A highlight from Joseph Arthur (continued)
"Welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show. Do you like your gravy thick and rich and loaded with creamy mushrooms? If no one was looking, would you chug the whole gravy boat? Chug! Chug! Chug! Chug! Stay tuned. Here comes Mr. Chug -a -lug himself, Eric Metaxas. Hey folks. Welcome to hour two. I'm talking to Joseph Arthur, singer, songwriter. We're talking about so much. But one of the things that intrigued me was I realized when the Nazis, the thought police shut you down, you were really, and are, you're well known, especially in the music world. You've worked with everybody. Peter Gabriel championed you early on, like 25 plus years ago. I was good friends with Lou Reed. He was my brother. I loved him a lot. And you obviously lived on the Lower East Side. Yeah, we would hang out every day. I mean for a time, not every day of his life. There was a period there. I've been in bands with Jeff Ament from Pearl Jam, like you mentioned Danny Harrison and Ben Harper. Also Peter Buck and I have a band, Arthur Buck. But the thing is, me speaking outside of the narrative, that would frighten most people in the music business. It's so strange because I don't care what other people think to the degree that I could possibly have an emotional reaction from it. It just doesn't strike me that way. So I don't understand that in other people. I could disagree with you, but it wouldn't make me say, okay, I no longer want to go bowling with you because you think something different. You could tell me I love Biden, and I'd be like, okay, I think you're not seeing things clearly. But that would just be my opinion, and who cares? We can still be friends. Seems like you're a big -hearted person, and I think that those of us who would say we're Christians or whatever, we're supposed to be big -hearted and open and understand that there are going to be people that are going to disagree with us, and we're supposed to love them and whatever. But that's what's so interesting to me is that when we're talking about this kind of stuff, how people wanted to cancel you or cancel me or tons of people that I've had on this program, they're just like, we're going to crush that person like a bug. We do not want them to have a voice. So they took this, you know, the air taxi show was on YouTube. We had a huge following, and it was completely wiped out because I had Naomi Wolf on to talk about the vaccine. Love Naomi Wolf. I've had her on my show before, too. She's amazing. And she's been on the show many times. But just the idea that we had a conversation about vaccine mandates, not even the vaccine, but the mandates, and they were like, And you thought, okay, who would do that? Would nice people totally shut down a show because we had a conversation? No. And also, nice people shouldn't hate you for having a different opinion. But this is a media invention, and media keeps doing this and keeps influencing people this way. Like, for instance, if you take something like gender reassignment surgery for kids, say you think that's a bad idea. Like, you don't think 12 -year -olds should have gender reassignment surgery. I personally think that's a bad idea. I don't think kids are ready to make that kind of permanent decision about something like that. Because they're not. At that age, that's my opinion. But then somebody would say, oh, that means you are intolerant of gay and trans people. And that is not true. That's conflating things that are not true. And it's happening now. But what's happening with Israel -Palestine right now, too, the same thing and a different thing. If you think, you know, Israel's response to what they're doing to Gaza right now is not right or not what they should be doing, that means you're pro -Hamas and that you hate Jewish people. And those things don't mean the same thing. You might think, hey, I don't think that's the right way to respond. That doesn't mean you hate Jewish people. I don't think kids should have gender reassignment surgery. It doesn't mean you hate gay people. But that's what the media does. They go, this means this. And then you should hate. It's all very black and white and extreme. There's no room for nuance. In some ways, it's not necessarily even the media. It's social media. Really what you're talking about is a mob mentality. It's a mob mentality without nuance. And I see both sides doing it. It's like, why are you doing that? Like, we are sensitive beings that can think deeply about things. These are complicated situations that require a lot of nuanced conversation. And it's not this black and white thing. Well, OK, you know what I mean? It's crazy. I mean, it's so interesting because in our lifetimes, we haven't seen this. And so suddenly a few years ago, I mean, talking about the election, like, I mean, I just saw clearly, I said, wait a second. This looks fishy. It's fishy to say the least. Even if I'm wrong. Right. You're not going to tell me I can't talk about it. I mean, you can't say it looks fishy. You can't say it looks fishy. Biden got more votes than Obama in his heyday by a lot like that guy. I mean, that looks fishy. You know, I'm sorry if you're like crazy because that looks fishy. I want to tell you, this is this is to me the worst part of it in a way. Right. Right. Is what is it? What this kind of stuff has done is it has made people cynical. In other words. Yeah. There are people who say like, well, yeah, the election was stolen, like whatever. Who cares? And you think, who cares? How emotionally dead are you that you don't care that, you know, the greatest nation in the history of the world that has freedom where every person is supposed to have a voice. It's this beautiful idea. And you don't even care if some people just said, well, not this time that, you know, Trump is Hitler and we're going to do whatever it takes. And you think, well, no, that's that's not really that's up to the American voter to decide. And they said, well, we don't we no longer trust the American voter. We don't care. It's wild. So do you still you still like Trump, right? Do I still like Trump? Should we not talk about that right now? I love Trump. I mean, I think he's he's he's amazing. Does his vaccines stance bug you out? Well, look, just because I would vote for somebody or like somebody doesn't mean I agree with them on everything. And there is zero doubt that on that issue, I would disagree. I don't know where he stands on that now. In other words, because a lot of his base, I think, has given him a ton of pushback so that he's but, you know, he's not the kind of guy to easily say, oh, yeah, I made it wrong. It's a beautiful, beautiful job. Yeah. No, listen, I almost find it funny because he's not he doesn't seem capable of saying like, oh, yeah, I got that wrong. Which he should. Obviously, he should. But no, I mean, I think that I mean, I said this before, but I think, listen, people can can think what they want. But I, I do think it's true that Trump is a very different person than he was in 2016. In other words, the stuff that has happened, he was very naive. He came in like, OK, I was elected president. Now I get to. And it's kind of like when you think of Lincoln. You know, he wanted people that opposed him politically to be in his cabinet because he thought, you know, I want to get along with everybody. So Trump did that. And he invited in naively some people who were running. Yeah, well, thought he's just one of the worst examples, but there's many examples of people that he just said, like, you know, you know, come on in and we can all reason together. And he didn't know that they were not there to reason together. They were there to take him out. And so I think he's been so relentlessly attacked that I think he's kind of awake to this stuff in a way that he was not at all. Let's hope so. Yeah, well, I mean, we'll see. But I mean, that's my that's my sense. But but it's just it's interesting because we were talking about the vaccine, talking about election fraud. Trump is another one of those triggers for people that they can't have a conversation. They just go crazy. Yeah, it's nuts. And I'm not interested in, like, arguing with somebody. Again, it's a media invention. You know, it's it's the media. We're finding out how susceptible humanity is to propaganda in ways that I don't think we could have fathomed. There's a story of like Russian people coming over here and going like, oh, yeah, like your propaganda is so much better in America than in Russia. Yeah. And the guy goes like, oh, well, wait a minute. Russia is famous for propaganda. It's like, yeah, the difference is in Russia. We all know it's propaganda. Wow. Right. And and we got to we got to go to a break. We'll be right back. I'm talking to Joseph Arthur, singer, songwriter, radio host. 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A highlight from SBF Gets Absolutely Buried in Cross-Examination
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Tuesday, October 31st. Happy Halloween. Today, we are talking about Sam Bankman -Fried on cross -examination. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Hello everyone. First, let me say before we get into more SPF, a big happy 15th birthday to the Bitcoin whitepaper. Crazy to think that that was 15 years ago, a decade and a half of Bitcoin. Here is to many, many more. All right, well, we are firmly down in the muck with SPF and if yesterday's show was all about Friday's prepared testimony and direct examination, and specifically how Sam contradicted the previous testimony of Caroline, Gary, and Nishad, Monday's testimony and today's show is all about the cross -examination. Just to level set a little bit for how that went, here's how Laura Shin described it. Hey everyone. We just got out of the courthouse and I think it's pretty fair to say that at this moment it just feels like it's over for Sam Pinkman -Fried. Honestly, if before lunch it felt like we were witnessing a murder, then afterward we were witnessing somebody just stab a dead body over and over and over and over and over again. Basically, Danielle Sassoon again trotted out multiple statements that Sam Pinkman -Fried made and multiple statements where he contradicted those statements, you know, was often evasive. She just caught him in so many things. Alright, so let's dig into this. Technically yesterday began with the end of the direct examination. There were a few things covered. One was this hedging defense that somehow everything would have been fine if Caroline Ellison had just hedged, like Sam told her to. SPF said that he had numerous conversations about hedging with the then CEO of Alameda, saying that he had directed Caroline to hedge once in late June or early July, and then following up throughout September. Sam told the court that Alameda's net asset value had already fallen from $40 billion to $10 billion, and that he was, quote, worried that Alameda might become insolvent. Sam discussed Caroline's teary -eyed response, where she agreed that Alameda should have hedged and that maybe they shouldn't have had so many venture investments. He said that she had offered to step down as CEO, but that he wasn't trying to push her out, and that his, quote, biggest concern was that if Alameda remained unhedged that it might go bankrupt. And so I thought that the focus should be on urgently putting on the hedges that would protect against that. Sam explained that Alameda had put on hedges in September, but they weren't as large as he would have wanted. Thus, he directed Caroline to increase the hedges. I will take a pause here and note two things. First of all, on the one hand, Sam has tried to testify that he didn't know what was going on at Alameda and didn't have any control. And yet here, he's talking about how many times he has directed the CEO to take a very specific action. It kind of feels like one of those you can't have it both ways and either you were the de facto CEO or you weren't kind of situations. Second, and something that I'm sure will come up with the jury, hedging in Alameda's performance doesn't have any real bearing on whether or not Sam committed fraud by knowingly using FTX customer funds for his hedge fund slash financial playground. It is a distraction and really has more to do with what might have happened if we had never found out. Now, speaking of what Sam did or didn't know, he also tried to suggest that he didn't really have any idea what was going on until October. He claimed that in October 2022, he had been given direct access to the FTX database, which was previously only accessible by developers. He said that he used this access to build a full view of Alameda's accounts. During that investigation, Sam claims that he learned about the hidden accounts including Se -Yoon 88, which has been sometimes referred to as our Korean friend during reporting. That account was used to wall off Alameda's liabilities to FTX in an account that didn't accrue interest. Now again, this contradicts everything that we've heard from every other witness, but alas, that's what Sam testified. The defense moved on to the final week of FTX, beginning with the release of the Alameda balance sheet in a Coindesk article. Sam acknowledged that he discussed Caroline sending a tweet which would refute the claims. That tweet said, quote, Now again, another revealing part of this testimony, and remember, this is direct examination. This is Sam being questioned by his own lawyers. Is Sam seeming to think that any entity that he was connected to could just move assets freely back and forth between them? He's literally explaining here that a holding company, a shell corporation created entirely to hold Sam's equity in FTX, counted as an asset for Alameda. While Sam seems to think that that's a good defense, to me, it kind of just makes the point clear that he never saw any barriers or differentiation between any project that he was the head of, or any entity that he had ownership over. In other words, if Sam thought he could just move assets from the shell company Paperbird onto the Alameda balance sheet to shore it up to external eyes, is the jury really supposed to believe that he wouldn't do the same thing with FTX customer deposits? Now when it comes to the final days and hours of FTX, Sam basically reinforced over and over that he believed that they had enough resources to take care of everything and that it was all CZ's fault for triggering a loss of confidence and, as he wanted to characterize it, a run on the bank. He also tried to sow doubt when it came to Nishad Singh, as Sam recalled Nishad messaging him about trading his personal account to clear his debts. There were over $500 million in loans for investments and donations that had been papered in Nishad's name, along with $80 million for personal expenditure. Sam said that Nishad was quote, actively suicidal at the time and was being overseen by a therapist. The two of them discussed Sam taking the blame, with Nishad concerned that FTX employees would think it was all his fault. Sam wrote, At this stage, the testimony broke down into a long objection about whether Sam could testify to telling Nishad that he didn't think they did anything wrong. The evidence was ultimately disallowed. The testimony concluded with a discussion of the 11th hour plans to raise funds. Sam spoke to his attempts to raise funds from Apollo Global Management. He detailed his discussion with FTX General Counsel Kan Sun, but told a very different version of the story. Sam claimed quote, That said, Sam claimed to believe there were additional buckets of assets held within FTX which would cover Alameda's borrowing. Primarily, he seemed to be referring to using assets that customers had staked on the exchange to backfill Alameda's shortfall. Sam said, Now, of course, Sun's testimony had been very clear that he told Sam that the size of those buckets was dwarfed by the size of Alameda's borrowing. From there, we got into the cross -examination. Today's episode is brought to you by Kraken. For far too long, the whole financial system has been standing still, too slow, only on for certain hours, overly designed for some types of people, but not for others. Crypto, at its best, represents progress. It asks the question, what if? It invites people in instead of leaving them out. It's on 24 -7, 365, and moves at the speed of real life. Not everyone believes it, we've got our fair share of detractors, but that's the way it always is when you're building something new. Kraken is a crypto company that has been through the highs and lows of the industry, facing forwards towards progress throughout. And now they're inviting us to see what crypto can be. Learn more at Kraken .com slash the breakdown. Disclaimer, not investment advice. Crypto trading involves risk of loss. Cryptocurrency services are provided to U .S. and U .S. territory customers by Payword Ventures Inc., PVI, DBA, Kraken. The cross was led by Assistant U .S. Attorney Danielle Sassoon, and she began the prosecution's cross -examination by establishing that Sam held majority ownership over both FTX and Sam was involved in Alameda's trading by 2022. He responded, depends on how you define trading. He added that, I would say I was not involved for the most part. I would not say I was not involved in any way at all. Now of course, the line of questioning was designed to trap Sam in a lie, which would be a running theme throughout the cross -examination. Sassoon presented evidence that Sam had told Caroline and Sam Tribuco, then co -CEOs for Alameda, to purchase OXI and MAPS tokens. Sam had written to them, guessing we should top longer one to two million of each over the next day or two. Sam rejected this position, claiming this was not a direction to trade. From there, however, Sassoon did get Sam to admit that he had directed Alameda to buy Japanese government bonds and place hedges, which Sam agreed was a form of trading. Sassoon then moved on to Sam's press tour. Sam agreed that he had tried to speak truthfully and precisely about the collapse of FTX. The vast bulk of Sam's answers were simply responding yes or no to the prosecutor. His lawyers had no doubt warned him to keep his answers brief to avoid a repeat of last Thursday's disastrous cross -examination. That was of course when Sam had testified without the jury present and continuously gave lengthy answers which provided additional fuel to the prosecution. Sam agreed that he had tried to be careful about what he said in public and had even cleared some of his comments with his public relations team. It was at this stage that Sam's recollection began to fail him and he became unable to recall what he said during various interviews, which would again be another theme of the cross -examination. Specifically, Sassoon turned to a Twitter Spaces held during Sam's media tour and asked Sam whether he had said that he was not involved with Alameda's trading and had not been for years at that point. Sassoon proposed to play a recording of the Twitter Spaces for the court to hear and to aid with Sam's suddenly faulty memory. The defense objected, claiming that the two sides had previously had a gentlemanly agreement to share exhibits to be used in cross -examination the night before. Sassoon said that the defense had not asked for these exhibits and there was nothing in court rules preventing her from playing the recording. The tape was played with Sam of course stating that he was not involved with Alameda's trading. Sassoon offered another exhibit showing that Sam had made public statements that he had stepped away from involvement in Alameda's trading due to conflicts of interest. In an article published by the Financial Times last December, Sam had said that this was quote, related to his role as guardian of customer assets. Sam of course could not recall making these statements. Sassoon moved on to statements about how Sam had pitched FTX. Sam acknowledged that he had promoted FTX to investors on the basis that its automated liquidation protocol set it apart from other exchanges. Sassoon questioned Sam about statements he made to Congress, describing FTX as a safe crypto exchange. Sam acknowledged general statements of that nature but said he could not recall specifically. After establishing that Sam communicated with potential customers using his Twitter account, Sassoon asked Sam if he made representations about how customer assets would be treated on FTX. Sam agreed with the premise but again couldn't recall specifics. She asked whether Sam had promoted FTX as a safe exchange. He responded that this might have been the case with FTX US but he wasn't sure about FTX International. When asked whether he acted like he cared about consumer protection, Sam responded, I think I did care about them, yes. Coming to the point, Sassoon asked Sam whether he made public statements that FTX was a safe platform. He responded, I remember things around specific parts of the FTX platform that were related to that. I don't remember a general statement to that effect. I am not sure there wasn't one. Of course, the prosecution had an exhibit to clarify Sam's memory. They presented a tweet from August 2021 which stated, As always, our users' funds and safety comes first. Putting an even finer point on the issue, Sassoon presented a tweet from October 2022 in which Sam had described the crypto ethos as economic freedom, the freedom to own your own assets. Sassoon managed to get Sam to acknowledge that when he made that tweet, he knew Alameda was carrying an $8 billion liability to FTX. Now what you see here is the pattern of what the prosecutor was trying to do. She's trying to catch Sam in lies that are relevant in the specifics but also relevant in the fact that he's just lying. Prosecution moved on to Sam's testimony in front of Congress. Sam admitted that he had filed a document which laid out FTX's key principles for ensuring investor protections on digital asset platforms. This document included numerous opinions on how to protect crypto customers including the avoidance of conflicts of interest. Sam acknowledged that conflicts of interest are a quote potential problem. Sassoon turned to Sam's public support for regulation. She alleged that it was simply a marketing ploy and not an earnestly held position for Sam which he disagreed with. Sassoon put it to Sam that quote, Sam responded, To which of course the prosecution presented a text message conversation between Sam and Vox's Kelsey Piper which had occurred in early November. Kelsey had asked Sam whether his pro -regulation stance was just for PR reasons. Sam was made to read his response to the courtroom. Yeah, just PR. Fuck regulators. Now Sassoon noted that Sam had testified under oath before Congress that FTX's risk management program required customers to pledge collateral on the platform itself rather than holding collateral off platform. Sam agreed that he had given roughly that testimony. The prosecution presented an exhibit of Sam's congressional testimony which sparked a humorous misunderstanding. The defense said that they had no objection to the exhibit as long as it wasn't being presented for its truth but merely as evidence that Sam had said it. Sassoon, a little perplexed, noted that it was Sam's own statements. When asked by the judge how she was offering the document, Sassoon responded, Sassoon presented Sam with a marketing deck published by FTX which described how poorly futures exchanges are designed. The document stated that rival exchanges had quote, lost hundreds of millions of dollars of customer funds to clawbacks. When asked to read a bullet point on how FTX was solving those issues, Sam obstinately responded, This gets to another point that many who are in the courtroom reported, that Sam was acting throughout this testimony fairly petulantly. Whether that endears him to the jury or not I guess remains to be seen. Sam was asked a series of questions which required him to confirm that customers were not allowed to use outside collateral to trade on FTX. For example, he acknowledged that a customer could not pledge their house as collateral. Seeming as though she had sprung the trap, Sassoon asked if there were any customers aside from Alameda who were allowed to pledge outside collateral not held on FTX. Sam responded, He said that a firm called CryptoLotus had been allowed to do this and that FTX had considered allowing Three Arrows Capital to use outside collateral as well. This unexpected answer seemed to throw Sassoon off her tempo. She asked follow -up questions about how large CryptoLotus' account was and whether this special privilege was disclosed to the public. The prosecution was then handed a note from an FBI agent seated in the front row who had previously given testimony. Regaining her bearing, Sassoon asked whether Sam was friends with the head of CryptoLotus. He responded that he was not. However, finding the right question, Sassoon asked whether Sam had a personal relationship with anyone at CryptoLotus. Sam responded that he had been friends with a more junior employee at the firm. Now, this line of questioning was essentially the only weak point in the cross -examination where Sam ever so briefly had gained the upper hand. However, Sam still brought home the point, getting Sam to admit that Alameda and CryptoLotus stood alone as the only firms allowed to pledge collateral, not custody with FTX. Turning to Sam's public statements about Alameda special privileges, Sam had a vague recollection of stating that Alameda played by the same rules as other customers but denied saying they had no special privileges. He said that, When asked if he said that Alameda and FTX operated separately, Sam responded that Contrary to that, however, the prosecution presented an exhibit in which Sam stated that Sassoon put to Sam that this statement was general and not limited just to frontrunning. Sam responded, Now, if you're scratching your head, basically the point here is that Sam is trying to argue that every time he said that Alameda was just like everyone else, he was only referring to frontrunning and that Alameda didn't have special access to CFTX users' trades. From there, there were a couple instances of the prosecution trying to catch Sam in low -stakes evasion. For example, he was asked whether he flew to the Super Bowl on a private plane. Sam responded that he couldn't remember. Sassoon quipped, Sam responded, Now, one of the more revealing parts of the testimony, which gets back to what I was saying before about how Sam just treated everything and every entity he owned as all part of one big conglomerate, Sassoon began to ask questions about more specific spending from Alameda. She asked about a tranche of Robinhood shares purchased by Sam using 546 million borrowed from Alameda. The loans were originated in May 2022. Sassoon established that shortly after the purchase, Sam transferred the shares into a holding company owned by Sam and other FTX executives. After a bit of back and forth about the corporate structure of various entities involved in the deal, Sassoon landed the punch. She presented an affidavit showing that Sam had tried to transfer the Robinhood shares from the FTX state into his own name. Sassoon asked, that at that moment, FTX customers could not withdraw funds. Sam answered that he was, Towards the end of the long day, Sassoon moved back to June of 2022, when Alameda paid back loans from external lenders. She asked if Sam knew this would put FTX at risk, which he refused to admit. Trying again, she asked whether Sam knew there was, Again, Sam avoided responding, saying that he, Sassoon asked whether this meant that Sam knew there was some risk. He responded that, Seeing her opening, Sassoon moved in for the kill. She asked, Sam said, I don't think that's what happened, and I'm also not saying that's not margin trading. An exasperated judge demanded that Sam answer the question. When asked if his testimony was that paying back lenders was a margin trade, Sam said, In response to further questioning on whether repaying loans was a margin trade, Sam offered the response, Now, this was broadly how the cross -examination went across the grueling hearing. Sassoon would often pin Sam down to a position, and then present evidence of seemingly contradictory prior statements. In other lines of questioning, Sam would say that he couldn't recall pivotal tweets and interviews throughout the rise and fall of FTX, and Sassoon would then put those words in front of Sam and have him read them back for the jury, or play back interview segments which showed Sam as fleeting the world, given what we now know. Now when it comes to how he appeared, Sam seemed evasive at times. Throughout the cross -examination, he answered that he wasn't sure or couldn't recall nearly times. 150 Most catastrophically for his case, Sam also appeared to be misleading. He was caught over and over and over again in contradictory statements on both large and small topics. The prosecution was able to put direct evidence to him regarding misleading public statements, and he failed to come up with a single convincing explanation. In other words, the cross -examination appeared to go about as poorly as it possibly could have for Sam, which of course was largely in line with the predictions offered by legal commentators throughout the case. Basically, every lawyer that has spoken to the idea of Sam giving testimony has repeated the traditional wisdom that a defense attorney should never allow their client to take the witness stand and open themselves up to cross -examination. With this dissection of Sam's narrative, we got a practical demonstration of why that legal advice is always given. Sam was constantly bristling at the questioning. Multiple reporters who are familiar with Sam's character noted that in the past, Sam would often snap during this kind of tough questioning. During Twitter spaces or hostile interviews, he would often belittle anyone who questioned his motives or his actions. With that response unavailable to him, Sam was obviously simmering with rage at points but had to keep a lid on it. The question, of course, will be whether or not the jury got the same impression of Sam as the scores of crypto reporters who packed the courtroom, each of whom are far more likely at this point with Sam's nature than they care to be. The prosecution was not done with Sam by the end of the day. They expected to take another couple of hours this morning to cement the theory of the case they presented in the opening arguments. That FTX was an empire built on Sam's lies. That Sam had lied to counterparties, to banks, to investors, and to customers. And that through their cross -examination, they were going to put Sam's lies front and center for the jury to see. Teddy Schleifer, a reporter at Puck News, summed it up this way. I feel like the big thing that Sassoon has really gone at is this idea of truth. That Sam is lying. All morning it's been, here's an interview you gave to a reporter. Here's something you said to Congress. Here's something you said on Twitter, to customers. It really makes me think back to the opening statement. How they're really going to make him out to be a liar. What's more, Teddy continued. Sam has not mounted a credible defense to date. The entire defense case is basically Sam. If you're a juror and you're trying to sit there asking what is the reason I have to vote to acquit, I don't know what you're looking at. You're basically believing that this character is more credible than the preponderance of documentary evidence and Caroline, Nishad, and Gary. I don't think Sam has given that juror a reason to acquit. Now Carly Riley, the host of Overpriced JPEGs, put it a little bit more bluntly. She said, incredibly semantic and pedantic for sure, but also like an asshole. One person said to me, So friends, that is the wrap of yesterday's testimony. I'm sure we will do a little conclusion tomorrow on the end of the cross -examination. From there, we will be on to the final witnesses for the defense, closing arguments, and then jury deliberations. But for now, we will wrap there, and I will say, until tomorrow, be safe and take care of each other.
A highlight from Claynosaurz INTERVIEW! | Solana's Pixar NFT Roadmap
"All right, today we're going to do a deep dive on a project I think you guys will recognize and it's really kind of focusing in on the NFT space and what the opportunities are. Obviously we've got Breakpoint coming up with Solana, there's going to be a lot of new stuff. This particular project is in alignment with all that, so you guys are going to love it. Stick around for a good one. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back into Tech Pass. Joining me today is Nick Cabana, who is the co -creative director and founder over at Klanesaurs. And of course, Andrew Palekas, the CEO over at Klanesaurs. Great having you both. Thanks, it's great to be here. Excellent. All right, so let's just jump off. We'll start with Nick. And Nick, let's go into a little bit, for most of our audience, some I would say recognize the Klanesaurs brand, so to speak. But for those who might be new, give us kind of a rundown on the size, the scope of the project, your team, etc. Yeah, so Klanesaurs is really a brand of characters focused on cute, quirky little clay dinosaurs that go off on adventures in a fantasy setting. The team is comprised of a wide range of professional industry animators coming from the feature side and from visual effects. Right now on the core team, we've got around 14 with a slew of other freelancers helping out. But it's a pretty big team to pull off what we're trying to do. And it's our initial Genesis release was 10 ,000 collectibles. Today, we have over 40 ,000 assets there, but primarily 12 ,000 characters that we can kind of leverage for content. And our primary focus is just that, is content that kind of engages the audience, engages the fan base using their own collectibles, which is really fun. And our focus was quality above and beyond everything. So we were bringing our knowledge from the animation industry into the game. I've been an animation supervisor, so I've been in the industry for about 13 years as an animator. And for about six years, I was an animation supervisor. So I've supervised creature work on Game of Thrones, on Paddington 2, Fantastic Beasts, HBO's Dark Material, a whole slew of things. I started my career at Sony Animation. So that's where they've done Spider -Verse and Hotel Transylvania. And eventually made my way to studios like Framestore that's notably recognized for like Gravity and Guardians of the Galaxy. I've worked on things like Jurassic World and I've done some music videos as well. So I've worked with Kay Tranata on award winning music videos. And now I do these cute little dinosaurs. And most of the background is welcome into the Web3 space. Right. It's been incredible. Like we saw a huge opportunity for doing things differently and incubating IP and in this new paradigm where artists can kind of retain ownership of the assets. And the whole team comes from a similar background. So we've got leaders across the board and we've got, you know, animators that have been involved with Minions, Hotel Transylvania, Spider -Verse. We've got people from Dreamworks. It's a healthy bag of artists. Andrew, you know, your background interesting as well. And when you guys look at rolling out, you know, projects like what you're doing now, you're starting to do a lot of value add for dinosaurs. Breakpoint is coming up right now, kind of pointing at over a thousand people coming into on that. Andrew, can you tell us a little bit more about what's going to happen at Breakpoint? What's what's kind of in store? Right. So since Buzz has tweeted that we've actually increased that number, I think we're over 1200 now. So we're expecting a big from our community. We're hosting a whole number of events throughout the week. We've got everyone in our in a sort of hotel buyout situation where the community comes together and all stays together. We're hosting lunches and more casual events throughout the week and in the days after that main event. So we're looking forward to all of it. That main event, we're going to broadcast everything into our Discord so that the community that couldn't make it out will still have the opportunity to engage and see what we're working on from their homes or from wherever they are in the world. So, wow, that's that's going to be kind of like a little bit of a mini Super Bowl week for you guys. I mean, you've got a lot happening there along with the release, the cinematic trailer. Talk to me about what that release really means to the Clan of Swords project, but more importantly, maybe even the community. Where do you guys see that going? It means a lot to us. You know, it's it's definitely a labor of love for for the team. It's a statement piece, for sure, because it for us, it kind of leverages our know how and and it's in the quality of what you'd expect from any sort of feature style work. So even in, let's say, the Web 2 world, it's going to be recognized for for the quality and the storytelling that comes across in that video. For us, it's a little bit of like a primary touch point for for fans. And we wanted it to kind of lend itself to familiarity so that people can understand the brand, can understand the larger story. And once they see that, it's a lot more tangible that this can one day become episodic or movies or games. So it's kind of like the wall of quality. And and then when people kind of get introduced to short form content and stuff like that, they can go back to this brand trailer and understand that the the bigger picture. And for the for the Web 3 fans, what's going to be really special to them, and maybe we'll get into this later, is a lot of the ideas in the cinematic is ideas that were leveraged through them, through the pitches they had, through the feedback they've given us for about a year. There's a level of internal pop culture that will come across in this trailer. There's not as many that go as deep as what you guys have done. Is this a bigger kind of story arc that you guys are trying to create into a variety of different multimedia experiences? What's kind of the goal there? Yeah, absolutely. I think you've hit the nail on the head in that one of the problems that we see with a number of early projects in the NFT space is a is a lack of quality. And I think Nick spoke to that just now that we're trying to bring this Pixar Disney quality into the NFT space. And that's where our team comes from. We think this is imperative for bringing people into the space. Yeah, you know, a lot of other projects, they have interesting art, but it doesn't necessarily resonate with a wider community. And it's very tough for them to grow outside of that Web 3 space, if you will. And we believe that great communities have formed around those projects. And just like ours, we think we have a really great community forming around our project. But in order to make that community larger and to turn this into a brand that resonates with a larger population, the quality has to compete at that at that Disney level or at that level when you're turning on Netflix for someone to say, hey, I want to click on this objectively for no other reason than the fact that it looks really great. In the space, there was a there was always a focus on over the top mystery without really getting into characters so much. You know, we've we've seen that with some of the videos from Yuga or even artifact, where early on, there wasn't much of a it felt like the trailers were engineered for hype without really explaining what it's all about. And we and as storytellers doing this, you know, for for larger companies for over a decade, for most of our team, like our approach was, well, if if this is the first time you see this video, you get it and you understand these characters. It makes you smile and you want to learn more about them. And that was the goal, really. Yeah, well, I think this is the problem right now that unfortunately Web three has a bit of a moniker on it, that there's a lot of cash grabs out there. And to your point, Nick, in many cases, the hype is more important than the actual storyline and kind of what the evolution of what that really is going to that project is really going to be about in the future. So it's good to see, you know, projects like what you guys are doing start to really understand that. Obviously, you guys bring the experience from a Web two, you know, and an entertainment environment that can really kind of translate. I want to jump over into the project itself. We're going to show a couple of things on screen and I want you guys to explain classes and foraging. All right. Or foraging, not foraging and thinking of another game. So let's go into that. Well, and either one of you can kind of jump onto it. Let's jump into to that real quick. Just classes in general. Sure. So the class selection is meant to be the first interactive component for the existing NFT collections.
A highlight from The Massacre in Lewiston
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. Welcome to today's podcast, sponsored by Hillsdale College. All things Hillsdale at Hillsdale .edu. I encourage you to take advantage of the many free online courses there. And, of course, listen to the Hillsdale Dialogues, all of them at hughforhillsdale .com or just Google Apple, iTunes, and Hillsdale. Morning, Glory America. Bonjour, hi Canada. I'm Hugh Hewitt, live inside the Beltway. In fact, I want to thank Dwayne for sitting in for me yesterday and Morgan Ortegas for sitting in for me on Wednesday. That will be back and forth for preparation for the debate on November 8th, which Salem is co -hosting with NBC News. Doing my debate prep up in New York and so I go back and forth and looking forward to working with Lester and Kristen on this debate. I hope you'll be watching on November 8th. The news this morning, the main killer is still at large and details about the investigation are sparse and Maine is spooked. I will come back to this because it is rather shocking. Maine may be the safest place I've ever lived in terms of you just you aren't aware of threats or violent crime. It might have the lowest violent crime rate of the 50 states. And that killer card is got skills. He also has what apparently is a schizophrenic break. Lester was in Maine yesterday, interviewed someone in Lewiston who said that the family is also very much into guns, but that Robert Card had begun wearing powerful hearing aids because he was hearing things like people bashing him, specifically with regards to the bowling alley and the and the bar in which he killed the 18 people and wounded 13 more. So this is a schizophrenic break. The New York Times carries a story. No, it's The Washington Post. Maine's loose gun laws come under scrutiny after deadly shootings. I think we will find out that he purchased his guns legally. And I think we will find out that the Army did not tell anyone after they had him hospitalized for two weeks at West Point this summer. And I think we will try and figure out what to learn from this, as with every mass killing. I was talking on the train back to D .C. last night that I have some hope that eventually I will be able to not go full minority report, but be able to I .D. people who have some sort of schizophrenic break, some sort of mental breakdown and are also in the possession of federally purchased and background cleared weapons. That should be a signal to local law enforcement. But there are privacy issues, et cetera. Let me go to the war. The United States is in this war, whether or not we declare it, whether or not how much we are into it. Last night, the United States retaliated against Iran via airstrikes in Syria on Iranian troops and the IRGC operating there. The amount and intensity of those strikes has not been released. And it will be they are narrowly tailored strikes in self -defense, said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. They do not constitute a shift in our approach to the Israel Hamas conflict. I don't know how they expect to obtain deterrence this way, but they do. And I don't think it will work. There were two missile attacks on a city in Egypt, Taba, Egypt, near the border with Israel. They were believed to be, according to Times of Israel, missiles or drones from Yemen that fell short of their intended target in Israel. Egypt has reserved the right to strike back. The IDF killed five Hamas commanders yesterday.
A highlight from Episode 129 - Oct. 29th, 2023 - Special Guest Lady Lilly The Wise Guys Corner Episode
"I got some popcorn for you. I live the life. I live the life. I'm sorry Listen if you're going to be spontaneous on those days, you usually got me during the week and early mornings. There's nobody there See one of those awkward foreign films You know, it's wild though Usually during those days it's almost like nobody there except for maybe one or two old couples. Yep So it's just a wild thing to be doing Yeah, me and this girl want to see the third anniversary of do the right thing It's like me her and some hasidic person in the crowd A jewish guy I messed up that's two curses Uh, they're in the theater only three of us and we were having fun when the guy was like look at the movie Oh my god, these are racist like shut up And we girl having fun and watching the movie and we're talking mad Having a good time. It was dope. We actually had fun another one for the guy Wait, I didn't curse Did I curse no, no. Yes, you did It's like a sign. Yeah, he did. So we had bad fun. We're talking we're talking ish and we're having fun nice If you're going to be frisky and do hanky panky just make sure it's not a harvey wants to Say wow, let's just say All right, put a tarantino film. We got options out here. Don't be doing a Terrible Not me harvey's terrible terrible. Okay, so that was number six So movies for the first day Because also think when the movies you can't you're not talking So you want to communicate with the person you're with During the day so so so you're not going to be into that level of attraction of her focus Versus her asking a bunch of questions and you miss it on the movie Either way the first day for movies is a bad idea No, no, it is it is it is about myself. Honestly. Yeah, you want to get to know the person exactly I want to get to know you so that was that was six, right? Well, that was seven. That was baby. You know your house. No the movie. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry. It's number five olive garden I Endless pasta is bad Now wallow you what you're hitting I look at it for mom Three tor Italy for 28 dollars best three She don't fancy the garlic bread with the olive oil I watched some girls on tik tok bring the little tub of what exactly For the endless pasta That's hella great for days. Exactly. That's a big bag. It's a great show, sir Like I said before Didn't get to run up the tab What you mean? Yeah, so you can do it right get up right you walk away and say I gotta get the bathroom The classic dine dash there's nothing wrong with olive garden on the first date No, I like the olive garden. I ain't gonna lie. I don't I don't I don't condone dining dashing But if a girl's being difficult, sometimes she worth it. Oh, oh We're at video we saw in atlanta that girl who polished four dozen oysters And then she said then she said I have my money you damn right you have your own money, you know spend it Because you're a poor you're gonna go out like who's a first date You're living in a dream world mom. Stop it. No, that's lasagna. It ain't more seasoning, but she's living in the loo Especially when they have like the uh, the tortellini joint. Oh my god, or the endless pasta joint with the different flavors I don't know. I mixed the match. I love me some tortellini You did good stuff I had to mix it before and then because I knew the person kind of hit the new person over there And besides you get endless salad exactly Now my breadsticks again like and you can take a free set of breadsticks home, too But but it goes back to like, you know, are you are you here for the meal or are you here for the date? I'm here for both, you know and stuff like that. That's why I brought you to the olive garden We're gonna have a good time sit down and have it and show it to ourselves Dude, you know Even if you have a gluten sensitivity You can get gluten -free pasta from them too, sir. Yeah, sir It's too cost -effective. I done told you this. Well, that was it. Guess what? You can stay on star gates I'm, thanks. Ramadan. Ramadan season, you know what i'm saying? Okay, so that was number five number four was chipotle Overrated Hey, don't rate though, but why overrated? Kedobah's better Because chipotle is like restaurant prices. Yeah, but you're paid for take on me in the fake off me Listen the matter times when I was watching bad tv, um, i .e love and hip -hop anytime. Mr Chipotle around since antenna she got happy as hell People like chipotle she's oh we're going to chipotle. I got a friend of mine Who is number three? I think in the region, but chipotle That's how much chipotle this guy buys. Oh my god I'm, like bro. Did they give you like a plaque or something? No, it's number three They should they should give him a plug But no, I as a first date But I do like to put like I feel like you get chipotle after I don't know a walk in the park or when you do extraneous activity or after your gym date, you know You don't just go to chipotle and then leave listen You set the tone on the date where you where you decide to fly her out to monaco And have champagne and things that you can't pronounce and stuff like that Genuinely don't know where you're finding these women and and then and then and then and then by the third day you try to go Say they're like say to go like in and out burger It ain't happening see what you said about finding these women i'm a dj So i've seen all aspects of women that i've come across i've seen the low of low and the highs of highs So that's why I can I can relate with this country because i've seen girls like i'm not going to chipotle in my first day I'm, not going over here. Hell no, he got taken over here. Um Uh, uh Some some like chain restaurant. No not chain Fancy steakhouse new york city. If you want to take me out, you gotta go here Excuse me. Excuse me Listen, does it come with a bj and a little little tug at the end of the night? you know because Okay, what you got to tell them is listen if at any point you wore timbs in your life and they said you got a Rainbows don't tell me where you're not going Don't tell me where you're not going Okay, i'm sorry You ain't got to go nowhere. You can just fast Dude, yeah, that's my accident. So tell me where you're not going. So so that right there. Nah, shoot And I and I don't even excuse this it'd be one thing if you were a silver spoon kid and all you know is Freaking caviar and stuff like that and you and you're just born in a lifestyle where you where you're accustomed to high fine dining It's a whole nother thing Where where you're like a block away from death and you stepped and got a rainbow something where you're not going And you're and you only when you go to your spot your matches on the floor who you talking to mom who are you? Who are you? Remember calling calling for you by drake. She hit on the oxtail. She ate it on the dough to drink chicken She liked it. She got flown out. She's in a nice spot. She complained about good food and she won but meanwhile aubrey's a villain So that so that right there for number four number three is chilies Listen, I had chilies for the first time again in florida And i'm not gonna lie had a good spread of food got some ribs some chicken tenders some elote For those who don't for those who don't know mexican corn with that cojito cheese And you know, it was decently priced food I have no time for these goof troops who got something against the southwest mac and cheese with the jalapeno when it was available I have no time for it Two for 25. That's all you say Three for ten chilies for the first day If you if if you don't have the funds for like to go out something's really nice and you want to really break the ice Let's go to chili and they got good drinks. You don't gotta go. I'll just go on my own have a good time I can't understand why because It gives like a college vibe. It is a college vibe. But here's the thing Most these women are here talking are young like these are young So what are you talking about? My if you don't if you can't afford it Would you get them at me full of a body for you? You know why because they they got flew out one time and they went to a nice place and all of a sudden That's got to roll with the car bowls. Oh my god. Oh my god. I'm at car mines. Yeah Yeah, right here. Yeah, we know it's all over your IG story. We didn't ask for it. Yeah, they just brought it back So that was chilies number number two was applebees. I know this I just I agree. You know, why those dollar dollaritas? Yeah, that's a that's dangerous for a woman. Yeah Them dollaritas are applebees now. Yeah And this I thought you were coming at me personally. I don't know what happened. No, no, no, I burped. I thought that's all it was I burped that's all I said. Excuse me applebees. It's the first date It's like going to chilies. I don't mind it. I have a very special place in my heart for applebees because Not the dollaritas the dollaritas were mid but they have good drinks nonetheless And they have not better than fridays, but we're actually I don't know anymore I haven't that's fridays back in the day Coming up. What's this ish? You remember back in the day how fridays was oh, it was lit. It was litty man I actually haven't been to friday I'm happy friendlies. It doesn't exist in the capacity. It was because the gloves is gonna the gloves is gonna come off It's a fast food chain. Remember, you know, that's what it is. I see I see one before last week What I see the friendlies last week Well, the one that suffered is now panera, but yeah, no, I mean actual friendly. No, no, we was in New jersey Listen I still enjoy my strawberry shake. I still enjoy that strawberry You know, I I love friendly. Listen. Listen, you could be a bad whatever you want. You know, you don't have to go I know I know i'll be there, you know, to be honest with you. No, no, you'll be friendly yourself You know, i'll enjoy the waffle fries. I'll I'll enjoy the chicken So that so that was that was number two Now the last one on the list, which is number one was cheesecake. Hey, you got to play child play You got to talk about this game. You want to stand down? Why why you gotta argue with me and cheesecake bro? Yeah Where they bring families? I dude was chatting. He's speaking. He's speaking to the field. Let me tell you something ladies and gentlemen out there Okay Oh, there's nothing wrong with cheesecake absolutely not there's a variety list of menus The menus is about the size of an nfl place There's so many selections you can go with listen man somebody scaliwags, you know some avocado toast to the face that's the problem you can't get No, no, no, no they need it to the face But there's a lot even if you don't want cheesecake the next step up from crete from cheesecake is grand luxe exactly They also have prosecco there. I know So they also have good drinks. Yes Yeah, so what are we what are we getting at here? Don't worry. You can get moscato over there, too You know, is it because it's a chain? That's where you feel like that. Oh my god And the cheesecakes are huge. So what what are we doing here? Listen speaking for myself and myself only I was denied Cheesecake factory cheesecake as a child for the longest. Oh So now as an adult I you indulge I oh my god, if if if a man were to ever tell me he's taking me to cheesecake factory, that's a wrap He's getting it plain and simple. Listen, hey there Billy will the person I I I ain't got time for I got some I ain't got time for negative man Somebody turn it red I ain't got time for negative man sees Breathe Debbie downers with me you turn it red. I've never seen you turn it. Yeah, this brother's thirsty Yeah, there's something going on here I don't know about but you know a lot of inside jokes going on right now Get you some cheesecake my guy There's so many different options man, they got some really good cheesecake NFL there playbook are so many selections to pick from what are you talking about? Do you like cheesecake? Even if you do not like cheesecake they have other options for desserts Sure, like there's just there's just happiness happiness happiness. I mean, you know, I mean, it's it's like it's like some women Who are not happy when a guy comes back because he had a good time. That's all it is That's all it is, man So cheesecake to me that that one that you're delusional ma Of course delusional. Yeah, exactly. Ain't no reason why people want to talk about cheesecake about of them Not wanting to go to cheesecake because no why it's not exclusive They can't put it on the ig stories. Oh, we're the cheesecake girl and flex on the other people These type of women that made this list are girls that want to flex on the gram They're the same women that agree with with surely I was whining about trying to go cheesecake. They're like, yeah They're the same type of girls. I'll go to cheesecake. Don't listen to him. Yeah, you know, he got he got No, no, I'm walking. She was she was she was late It messed up the reservation. No, it's taking zero accountability and it's not so dude said f and we're going home Like oh, well, no, no, no, no, no, you're good. You're good. You're trying to shame on camera. You're good You're going home. We're gonna see what the update was next week because I want to hear about the same people, right? They were they were traveling right? But soon to get back home. They have zero dollars in their bank account They're the same exact people. They're like, oh, man, I would travel this there and there and guess what? Damn, bro 25 cents Listen, then the red zone not gonna lead quarterback sometimes But they gotta think out loud and just So cheesecake now, I don't know what you're talking about man. I like cheesecake leave my cheesecake Why we gotta fight for cheesecake great said it Thanks good old -fashioned oreo cheesecake. Let's talk like, you know, dude A question now, let me ask you a question. Yeah Which cheesecake is better juniors or cheetah factory, you know That's a great question because I don't know about juniors anymore, man, because I feel like it's losing its edge Wait, what what were the two juniors juniors or cheesecake factory cheesecake? Okay. I recently had juniors This year you never had juniors because I can't talk on it a friend of mine invited to eat at juniors And so I had their cheesecake because i've never been there as a new yorker Never been there, but that was my first time having it. It's very good. I have not had cheesecake cheesecake in a very long time so Based on my recent knowledge I would have to say Juniors because of the softer filling because I feel like sometimes Cheesecake cheesecake tends to be a little firmer Not necessarily hard but firmer But I do like both I will eat both i've given to me I prefer the cheesecakes cheesecake I mean they have like 10 ,000 different flavors. That's what i'm saying. They have 10 ,000 different flavors You can't go wrong with juniors You know, it's like if we're talking classic cheesecake, that's my answer But since cheesecake has like I love their oreo cheesecake their oreo cheesecake All right, yeah about that time Said he said give him your hand on my boy city 55 my private page city POV my public page and tik tok hasheem eight four five Is my name? There you goes guys. You can now send him to at least one now Give me the tik tok in the social media. I'm gonna slap you with my okay Emperor key man. Give me your hand, bro. Uh emperor key Yeah emperor key you say he wasn't gonna do it, right? I'm good out here I'm good. I'm good out here I am won't man. Give me your handle, bro. Oh, man. Um, I am underscore W -a -l -4t is at the end. Uh -huh. Oh what else my rmb is dead page And my alt is the motion page Okay I am at oh, sorry, uh lady lily Uh, you don't have to you don't want to I don't i'll come back when I want to. Okay, there you go Follow me at dj intense. That's dj I -n -t -e -n -c -e Follow the podcast pager on the record pod. Follow my business page on the record Uh, this is another lovely episode quite long. But hey, man, that's what it is, man. It's good times here good energy Have fun you think you want to split this in two episodes or no? Okay, no i'm saying like two separate ones we have the stories of one half and then we have this the second year So keep it Keep it here. I'll make a special one that has just this one. All right, y 'all see you guys next week And happy halloween be safe out there. Please. No drinking and driving um, it's not fun being inside the uh, the jail The holding room for two days remember waiting for the judge to come back on monday take printed candy. You had a knife in it It would be delicious Yeah, and avoid the stranger's house. That's that's willingly running outside giving you candy Because you know kids don't trick or treat this year. There's gonna be that one guy like come on Take my candy, man. I bought 55 pounds of this stuff I'll trick or treat and i'm grown Here you get the white stuff. Here's a white powder. Trust me. It's good for your nose. Okay. See you guys next week. Bye You all crazy Don't don't listen to emperor key it's nonsense What good night y 'all yeah, we're gonna split in two episodes. See you later.
Monitor Show 12:00 10-28-2023 12:00
"Interactive brokers clients earn up to 4 .83 % on their uninvested, instantly available USD cash balances. Rates subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. The latest on the stories moving big old money in the world of sports. You're listening to Bloomberg Business of Sports. Bloomberg Radio around the world. Stay with us today. Top stories and global business headlines coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Authorities in Maine say Robert Card's body was found inside a trailer at a recycling plant in Lisbon Friday night. Police say he died of a self -inflicted gunshot wound, ending a two -day search for the man who shot and killed 18 people Wednesday night. At a bowling alley and bar in Lewiston, Maine Governor Janet Mills is relieved the manhunt is over. Like many people, I'm breathing a sigh of relief tonight knowing that Robert Card is no longer a threat to anyone. 13 other people were injured during the mass shootings. Authorities plan to continue processing the crime scenes this weekend. Israel is stepping up its airstrikes and limited ground operations in the Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution Friday calling for an immediate and sustained humanitarian truce between Israel and Hamas. 120 nations voted in favor of that resolution. Israel's foreign minister is rejecting the demand and posted on social media that Israel would eliminate Hamas. The NYPD says dozens of protesters were arrested at a large sit -in at Grand Central Station in New York City. Several hundred people gathered during a large rally calling for a ceasefire in the Middle East. The group is called the Jewish Voice for Peace and they support the pro -Palestinian cause. The sit -in lasted for about an hour.
Monitor Show 00:00 10-28-2023 00:00
"Interactive brokers' clients earn up to 4 .83 % on their uninvested, instantly available USD cash balances. Rates subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. Here's our Michael Folero and Mo Barrow. Phil de Garcia is our engineer. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. We'll be back on Monday with another big take. Have a great weekend. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The man suspected in a mass shooting in Maine has been found dead. Maine Governor Janet Mills reported the body of 40 -year -old Robert Card was found in the woods near Lisbon after officials searched for him for days. Mills said she was relieved. Like many people, I'm breathing a sigh of relief tonight knowing that Robert Card is no longer a threat. Police believe he killed 18 people and injured 13 others after opening fire in a bowling alley and then a bar Wednesday night in the city of Lewiston. The United Nations General Assembly has overwhelmingly passed a resolution asking for a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. The resolution calls for opening corridors so aid can reach hundreds of thousands of civilians struggling in Gaza. The vote passed Friday afternoon as Israeli military forces said they're expanding ground operations and airstrikes in Gaza. New York Congressman George Santos is pleading not guilty in the latest round of federal fraud charges against him. Santos was arraigned today in central Islip on 23 charges, including identity theft, credit card fraud, and conspiracy. The Republican is accused of stealing his campaign donors' identities and putting unauthorized charges...
Monitor Show 23:00 10-28-2023 23:00
"Interactive brokers clients earn up to 4 .83 % on their uninvested, instantly available USD cash balances rate subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. And thanks, Matt. That's Bloomberg Intelligence Analyst Matthew Shettenhelm. This is Bloomberg Law on Bloomberg Radio. I'm June Grosso. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The man suspected in a mass shooting in Maine has been found dead. Multiple outlets are reporting the body of 40 -year -old Robert Card was found in the woods near Lisbon after officials searched for him for days. Police believe he killed 18 people and injured 13 others after opening fire in a bowling alley and then a bar Wednesday night. Israeli air strikes have caused a near total blackout of Internet and cell phone service in Gaza. On Friday, a spokesperson for the Israeli military said they've increased the bombing in Gaza and are expanding their ground operations. Later that day, the largest telecommunications provider still operating said the intense bombing caused the destruction of all remaining international routes linking Gaza to the outside world. A group of U .S. senators are wrapping up a trip to the Texas border with Mexico. Senator Mike Lee of Utah was shocked to see a number of unaccompanied girls who had traveled through Mexico alone. A substantial majority of the women and girls brought up through this process are sexually assaulted along the way. They spent the night with the border patrol to see who was crossing the river. They were told by agents that it will take a policy change to stop a flood of illegal immigration. There could be potential stroke risks for older adults getting flu or COVID -19.
Monitor Show 19:00 10-27-2023 19:00
"Pop culture is something that touches everyone. It's how we fill our leisure time and how we enjoy ourselves. Particularly when you're talking about the famous people and big personalities in entertainment and tech, there tends to be a need to sensationalize. But what I enjoy is explaining to people how the things that they love get made, come to be, and how people make money off of it. I'm Lucas Shaw, and I cover the business of pop culture for Bloomberg. My job is to uncover how entertainment is changing and explain what that means for you. Because context changes everything. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Authorities in Maine continue to look for a suspected mass shooter. Mike Sauschuck with the Maine Department of Safety Commissioner said all victims in the shooting have been identified. Robert Card, a 40 -year -old U .S. Army reservist, is suspected of killing 18 people and injuring 13 others in shootings inside a bowling alley and a bar. Israel is expanding its ground operations in Gaza. This comes after multiple reports of explosions in Gaza City on Friday. Ryan Pesa from Sacramento, California, says his family received a video from Hamas showing his cousin being kidnapped along with the man's two young sons. Pesa believes there may be no other option but for Israel to go into Gaza. But he's worried. I think a ground invasion, while it seems like the only thing on the table, also scares me. Who knows what these terrorists are going to do when a ground invasion starts. The United Auto Workers, NGM, may be close to a labor deal. CNBC reports talks are continuing after negotiations took place overnight in two this morning. The deal would be based on the tentative agreement that was reached earlier this week with Ford. There could be potential stroke risk for older adults getting flu and COVID shots together.
Dan Bongino: Scan Every Establishment for an Exit
"You know you should look it up when you go into a place any place take you no more than 30 seconds to a minute to scan you where are a restaurant bowling alley wherever you are folks there is always an exit out back in this place almost always there is almost always in a retail establishment a loading dock in the back that's how they get this less it's like a small deli or bodega there is almost always an exit in the back even those have exits in the back it's how this typically how they get the garbage out is look around always the reason is in that fog of war when someone burst through that door getting ready to do damage to you or your family your first instinct i promise you is is going to be to be a flea where you came in if you ever doubted this watch the horrible video that rhode island nightclub fire from years ago there was an exit in the back ladies and gentlemen everybody piled to front the and killed each other as a because that your gut instinct is to exit where you came in you're going not to be thinking you will be thinking however if you walk in a place and go oh there's an exit there if the goes down you'll go out that instead while no one else is second no where the cover and concealment is covering concealment are two different things cover is always better cover is something you can secrete yourself behind hide behind that has some ballistic protection and you can't see through it a cinder block wall a brick wall a hardened table or whatever it may be if it can provide some modicum of ballistic protection and hide you cover is always better but covers not always available folks sometimes you only have concealment know where both cover and concealment are and if given cover concealment or nothing you'll take cover if you can't get and get
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"I love that song. I just put their arm be boots on that song. midnight train. georgia's and nineteen seventy three. It was a number one hit gladys knight and the pips won the nineteen seventy four grammy award for best rb vocal performance by duo group or chorus. And like i said came gladys's signature song and again. This was their second release after departing motown records. They did this on. The buddha record label and the song was written by jim weatherly and it was included on gladys knight and the pips thousand nine hundred seventy three lp imagination. You remember that song. I got to use my match nation. And this is a bowl of soul celebrating classic soul in another gem from this man right here. One part of booker. T and the m geez mr booker t jones had this classic slow jam in nineteen eighty. Called the best of you and this is a bowl of so so again. I walked into the room with no expectations. Just as donald. Everybody and here. I am a bowl of soul with professor teela.
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"Me up. At a bowl soul gmail.com. I am also on the progressive rep network on fridays from six. Pm eastern standard time. On fridays at prn that fm for those of you on the west coast is at three pm. On prn dot fm. Make sure you like my facebook page. Just look for a bullet soul a mixture of so music. Follow me on twitter at bowl on instagram. Pr o f t love and if you're interested in sponsoring a bowl of soul or getting your advertising out to a plethora of listeners. Hit me up at a soda gmail.com. Also you can support a bullet soul by cash app right just a bowl. Also dallas sign a bozo then mo abol also also you can buy a t shirts. Just go to tiny url dot com forward slash. A bowl of sold t shirt. We also sell overseas. You get a bullet soul shirt a cup a mug a mask you name it. We take euros what we take yours. I just want to tell you. Have a great for those in the united states and we'll be celebrating independence day independence day takes on new meaning. A lot of things have happened in covert last year. A lot of things that are still gonna continue to happen and we're making turn hopefully for the best enjoy your weekend. Relax loved ones. Somebody tree people as she was to be treated. And you're listening to a bowl of saul you're listening to..
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on Bowl of Life
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"By row. James also known as ronnie james tucker born november nineteenth nineteen eighty seven and he goes by the stage name of james. He is a german born. American singer songwriter was born in stood guard germany and he is known for his single of which you just heard permission. Rich reached number thirty seven on the hot rb and hip hop songs chart and he is signed by by storm entertainment. Rca records this was released. His album called el dorado his first album under a major label. And what. I didn't know about road james. Is that his aunt. Is rosie gaines. Who was a former singer for prince and wrote james. He loved the album purple rain. And you know what it landed him in the studio at the age of nineteen and he wrote he had a single. He had a credit on a single. Call us me that was done by rb singer. Miguel who he formed a bond with on my space and you know row. James has performed in around new york with artists. Such as luke. James and woodson gordon. And you know that continued on for him. He released in nine and two thousand and thirteen his epi. A three part entitled coke. Jack and cadillacs woo. We celebrate row. James right here on a bowl of soul and you know his album. His debut album which was released on may twenty seven two thousand and sixteen. It debuted as set at number seventy one on the us billboard two hundred and at number eight on the us top rb hip hop albums and it subsequently earned him his first nomination for best rb performance at the fifty ninth grammy awards in february. Two thousand. seventeen. Make sure you check out row james and you can definitely check them out by going to amazon. Itunes you name it spotify. All of the artists here martha reeves.
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Is very hot. Felt from this brother. Mr jimmy dennis. Who is a claim philadelphia rb artists. Who spent twenty five years of his life innocent on death row and you know he released the song tuesday this year. A gift of hope to a nation that needs healing. You know to me. This is medicine for your soul. You know this is definitely medicine for your soul and you know. His story is a very interesting story and he was released from pennsylvania's death. Row in twenty seventeen and you know. He spent half of his lifetime locked away. And you know. His story was featured in rolling stone magazine and Historians a powerful story of an innocent man who was on death row for twenty five years. Make sure you support jimmy. Dennis his single tears this year. You can catch the single. You could purchase it on. Itunes apple music tidal. Google play amazon. Deesor pandora all musical platforms and definitely check out his story in rolling stone magazine as well as his story from september thirtieth thousand nineteen on in the new york times. Definitely a powerful story. And you need to know why you need to listen to a bowl of soul music from fifty fifty fifty a little bit of the sixty sixty sixty to throw it in with similar seventy seventy seventy mix well with the bring to boil with and just judge of the future the future that's our recipe for a bowl soul. So so. I think they know i'm asleep. Think they want me to be with my eyes wide shut. They hope you'll see..
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Soul. A mix to of so music. Say hey this is. Lorraine from laura rain in the caesar's you are listening to a bowl of soul a mix of so music with your host professor t love save a town does say seamless and he say what you down coffee. Can you coinc- and this is a bowl of soul. A mix stew of so music at to play you. Some classics supremes. I believe this was recorded in.
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Just look for bola soul a mixed to of so music you can follow me on twitter at bowl soul. You can also follow me on instagram. Dislike look for p. r. o. f. t. love and also hit me up at bowl just go to a bowl of soul at g mail dot com. Make sure you also follow me on twitter at a bowl of so Just wanted to share some yom sad news from my family. My mother's youngest sister. Terry jackson folks passed away on january fourteenth. Twenty twenty one. And you know this is my mother's baby sister. And i believe my aunt made it to the age of seventy years old. My condolences go out to her family to her surviving son and to my aunt and my uncles and the whole family. And we gotta miss off. You know this You know we really have seen a lot of deaths in the past year and we continue to see more deaths this year. But you know what god is good. He is great and he is greatly to be praised. Definitely make sure you catch up with a bowl of soul on a surrey hill soul train that is in the uk.
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"In the within and embrace bed and you won. Leave you as you ride. After we know and cheese need it's wrong data and bride me. A she agent right here on a bowl of soul situations ship from the make a correction not alex but ali star. And you know she has sung with phil perry ronnie laws and others. And she has a working friendship. With mr chucky booker you know. Why are you going to play on me. Remember back in the days but chucky booker isn't establish on not only a producer but an rb vocalists and they collaborated together to produce a single ali star called situations ship on expansion records. I love it because the scott that smooth jazz feel it has spanish guitars and she has a very sweet soprano voice. That goes right on top of it. I just felt like. I was driving in my car and this music is playing. And i'm driving on the highway. No 'cause just beautiful. Make sure you support ali star with situations ship. You can go to amazon dot com to get this single and this is the end of a bowl of soul amidst stew of so music. I hope you enjoy this segment of bowl of soul. Make sure you catch up with a bowl of.
"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"bowl" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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