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"braden" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"braden" Discussed on VUX World

"That is the UX dot world slash C or G and I G, Y okay, let's do this. So without further ado, let's welcome a longtime friend of the shore. Mister Britain ream of voice raw Brandon. Now then. Hello hello. Good to see you. Hey, nice to see you again, my friend. How's things? Thanks for good. Things are good. I'm actually in New York just visiting some customers this week. So it's kind of nice, you know, when I will never turn down an in person meeting invite. So for anyone watching, if you're in a cool location, let's go for coffee somewhere. Definitely definitely. Yeah, yeah. I hope we're going to get to ourselves to New York ourselves in October when we do this event, maybe swinging by New York, you know what I mean? Spend a few days there, which would be quite nice. Never been a new year before. Beautiful. I mean, it's been, oh my gosh, like what, two years since we did this podcast last. I think at that time, we were mostly Alexa Google. I think we were just starting to get into conversation design. So it's a much needed refresh video today, so definitely. And we've got quite a few people tuning in actually, which I suppose is nice because this is also happening at the same time as Alexa live, which you pointed out when your email to me the other day. And so it's interesting because it seems to me, and I don't know what you think about this, but it seems to me that the attention has drifted from voice assistant platforms and moved more into the higher level NLU and LP category, voice assistance has been part of it, but obviously there's a lot of traction in the IVR space, which is what we spend a lot of time doing on the chat space, our messaging, all these different channels and environments that can utilize this technology. It all just seems to be blowing up at the minute. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, I think as an industry we've defined what we want to build towards now, which is every company sort of having its own its own assistant. I think Brett console did a really good job. Sort of highlighting this almost two years ago now. But we had a walled garden approach with a lot of the voice assistance. So think of the Alexa as the googles. As almost like a netscape. It was a browser of what you could browse domains that had to be built within its walled garden. But now we're moving into an approach where companies want to actually own the tech stack. They want to own the data. They want to own the customer relationship. And they want to actually build their own assistant that can work across all channels. And so it's a pretty exciting future. We talk about this internally as we're trying to help enable the world of a billion assistance, right? Where every brand will have its own assistant, eventually I think we get into personal assistance, I can intermediate and do larger, more complex complex tasks, but actually working with the.

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Again, we were having some fun there. I don't want anybody to misunderstand me, but I am in anyone's debt. Who is nice enough to fill in. But I think I said this to a caller earlier. We have never gone away for that long. But I don't anticipate it really happening again. It was just extraordinary. It was an extraordinary circumstance, a special circumstance that and you put somebody you put somebody in charge of a show that may have done it a couple of times, it's difficult. And I'm not, I'm not shilling for Braden or anybody else. If you took me next week and put me put me in somebody else's shoes. I don't know the callers. I don't know the lay of the land. Yeah, certainly he knows the lay of the land in the SEC, but that's what makes this show different. And I don't need to tell you folks at because you're already listening. But this is I gave an interview about a week ago. And I said, this is the most unique show in the country because of the callers. That's self explanatory. That's been the embodiment that's been the heart and soul of this show for as long as it's been on. Once it got developed, I mean, it wasn't that way the first day. But there aren't any other shows like this. So I just want to, I just want people to understand. And listen, you do whatever you want. When I'm not here, I am not going to ever tell you how to behave. I mean, it doesn't matter to me. I just happen to be sitting face to face with a guy who just got hammered last week. And probably after the show as well. AC is up next in Jersey. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, sir. It's my soon out here, mister fine bob. That's raining like no, tomorrow. How's your two week third? Great to get great to hear from you. So what's going on, AC? Well, I was tearing the show last two weeks. I appreciate mister Jenkins. Mister BG, I can not pull out of there. And we still want to appreciate that. And guess what? Just some possible what do you do? He quiet, you look begging. Get him off the air. Meaning AC title chief, he was begging for mercy.

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:27 min | 2 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Bad in your mind. He's not good with college. He babbles. He doesn't do anything. I want to know because this is what I do. This is my livelihood. What did he do? This is not your purpose. You know, Beatty is your second say it. You can say it. I don't mean this as an insult to Braden, but I was not around a radio these last two weeks. I don't know why you would be. If you were fortunate. You were fortunate. Okay. Well, I'll tell you that. I'm telling you, Paul, I didn't listen to the radio. I didn't listen to the show, except a few minutes, and they finally said something crazy as hell, Thursday. Friday, I just said, I got to tell this guy how bad he is. Okay. So you did listen to him. Okay. Okay, Jim, I think we will continue this. We're going to try to be a little more hospitable to brain before he leaves, but thanks for the call. I'm surprised that the show is still here, actually. After I well, I was a little worried. One day I looked down, I was like, I think pretty big city, walking down the street and trying to Dodge cars and Jim was like on this rant. Did you catch some Twitter shrapnel? Yeah. I was just, I started to call it jamari but it was I decided I'm not going to bother your Mario brands during time off. You never know they might say you better get back here. Are you anywhere near an airport? Well, I apologize about the casualties on the twittersphere. Yeah, but I just I was really worried. I thought it was particularly interesting too, Braden, how quickly Jim found somebody other than you to be the best sub host of all time. Well, again, will not argue with the listening. Nobody's disputed. No argument there. We appreciate her, but she did call me in December. I think I filled in for you back around Christmas time. And he called me and had equally nice things to say. During that week as well. So the show is still alive. It's still here. It still happened. I am taking a leave of absence. After this week, I'll be here through Thursday and I'll be taking the rest of the summer off to get a few things taken care of here. I'm getting cosmetic surgery. And we're going to bring, we're going to bring them back in. All right. We're going to go for 8 hours every day. Instead of just four. Listen, the colors are the colors are what that's the part I love, man. You want to call in and talk ball. Let's do it. Somebody called in and asked about music, started talking about Tyler Childers and sturgill Simpson, so I had to start talking about country music to prove my southern bona fides. I like the sound of that. Okay, I'm I got so it became so enraptured in that I lost my call screen here, so I'll try to get to the next caller. That would be peacock. In mobile. Peacock, good afternoon. You know what? That proves the old adage. You can't follow Jim on this show. That's very important. And by the way, I just realized we weren't trying to, I was just, I didn't really intend to do that. I wanted to wrap up with you because I wanted to talk about Brian Kelly's accent. And some other things and, you know, he caught a fish. Did you hear that? I heard his, I heard his golf joke. I did not hear that. Somebody has to know about Notre-Dame. Expansion and he goes, I've been working on trying to get rid of a slice for the last two weeks. And I was, I happened to be by a television. I looked at it and I go, oh, golf. Right. Funny. He said he went back backwater fishing in fushan, Louisiana. I believe is how you say it. I want to make sure I'm getting that correct. As I love the wonderful food and people of Louisiana and he said he caught a fish for the first time in his life. I don't remember off the top of my head how old Brian Kelly is, but I want to say 61. 61. That seems like an odd age to catch your first fish. I don't know my opinion. Hey, I don't fish. But I caught a fish when I was about 7 years or 8 years old with my dad. That seems like a normal age. Yeah. He loved fishing, and then we went deep sea fishing once, and I called a tuna or something. Like an 80. They helped me bring it in. I want to see Brian Kelly in waiters about chess deep going noodling to try to pull a hundred pound catfish out of the bank. That's what I want to see. Just reaching. And once he does that, he can do the famous and overused what's the difference between a catfish and a lawyer, joke. I'll let you finish that one. Well, it's one of the oldest jokes in the world, and it's told constantly and one is a going to do it. Maybe not. I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. I think the joke is one is a scum sucking bottom feeder. And the other one is a fish. There you go. It's not the joke. I think that's about right. Maybe not exactly how it goes, but pretty much how it goes. Yeah, I think that's how it goes. Anyway, Braden, we'll let you get back to the big room, the small room. I will thank you again. is, I am indeed indebted to you for stuff. You're go on. Dealing with Jim. I'm just reading that. That was him. That was a live read. Yeah, you know, I'm like one of those. How do I go to those politicians where they just hand me a card with state of mind again? They hand me a card and I try to read it. Braden, thanks so much. Great to see you. No problem. We're going to come back. And we will get to your phone calls for a few more minutes. Not a lot of time this week for calls, but we will try to squeeze you in. Right now at 855-242-7285. You are listening to the

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And they were almost like sport extensions of the block party. It wasn't just about basketball. It's about culture. You're just trying to figure out how we could go see some of these games. They added a disrespect. That's how you break somebody. This is the story of the greatest mixtape ever. 30 for 30%, the greatest mixtape ever now streaming on ESPN+. FX presents the old man in Afghanistan. They called him to beast that eats everything. You're about to drive this to a place you're not gonna like Academy Award winners. You have bridges. You have no idea what I did. Who are you? Golden Globe winner, John Lithgow. This is not something to underestimate. Amy Brennan. It matters to me. What do you make it out alive? I fell for it as defending things that made it to standing. And fixes the old man premieres June 16th on FX stream on Hulu. Welcome back. It's good to have all of you here with us. And let's check in with Swami. Well, I may get advice for taking my job. I love that. That's all right now. Chemistry is going to be dolphin next year. I mean, come on, man. Are you so interested in topic today about the one wherever you would keep for your team and bob? I really like to ask you for very widely on this question. You talk to people like me and you just example for Tennessee. Alabama, but if you talk to the people who grew up in the United States, if I say Georgia, Florida, and I'm sure it's the same way for those things. I agree with you in terms of age, but I try to be objective about things and if you're real and if Tennessee could only have one rival today, it wouldn't be Alabama. It would be Florida. That is their biggest rival. That's the game they have to win. And the Alabama game will just perhaps have to go away. There's no getting around that. That's a game that when you consider the Tennessee hasn't won a game since 2006, it's hard to get too choked up about that. Mike is up next in Kentucky. Hello, Mike. Hey, Paul, how you doing, brother? We are doing well. Thank you. Paul, the hostility on your show is so thick today. You could cut it with a knife. I think this calls for another thrilling episode of war chicken man. In earlier episode, in our last episode, more chicken man was relaxing on his nest. Trying to hatch a plan to defeat his arch rival and nemesis, the evil Nick Saban. Tune in next week, SEC fans will, I'm Ann vanquished the M vanquish of one or will. Four chicken man wind up on Sabin's grill with a beer can up his butt. Roll dad gum Todd. Who mentioned AC a couple of minutes ago, does anyone, does anyone remember, was it Matt? Go ahead. AC is on the air from Jersey. Well, who cares who mentions my name? 'cause I'm the climb will cheat. Hey guys, doing good afternoon. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you, AC. Well, let me, I'm sorry? Yeah, go ahead. You're on the air. Oh, I'm sorry. I don't care about San Antonio. He's wearing probably diapers or something. But let me address Jim and tusk almost a little boy. Hear me out just because I don't call the station because you can hug your phone line for three times a day. You go after my boys in the background cheerleaders while you're gonna deal with the tribal chief. Guess what I saw today, mister fine bomb, today I flushed.

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I was the one that'd be like, who are you looking at? Their job was to get a headline, and I wasn't gonna give it to him. We were phones back then, my career would have been three years long. I approached him and I said, are we good? And he said, oh man. Kind of. One thing with me, I'm very loyal. With loyalty one way is stupidity. Nobody hid in plain sight like Derek Jeter. ESPN films presents the captain against July 18th on ESPN and ESPN+ presented by Capital One. Matt, I think we have Matt back now. It's called stupid legend. He's an only thing. He has all this shadow legend. You had no preventing him cheated, and that recruiting class. Let me ask you an honest question, Paul. We've always been asked each other, right? Yeah, we have. What makes a good team, not just a defensive line, but the offensive line legend, you ain't got off his mind coming back. I saw this spring game with a little bit of it. You gave protect your Corvette at all. So shut the hell up, legend. He's thinking, and to Arkansas, you're not going to be this year. One day you're going to sleep when she comes as an Arkansas. I want your thoughts on the poll. Hey Matt, before you go, we're about to go to Joe from red day. He's a Bama fan too. Do you like him? Joe from red bay? He's okay, but still, like I said. He's okay. He's okay. This is a Hall of Fame caller, isn't he? Joe from red day is. What the hell do you think I'm okay? Of course I'm not okay, I'm freaking fabulous. I'm fabulous. No. He's okay. Okay. These takes a and fans follow but they're just getting en masse epitome of stupidness. I'm not going to say he talks garbage, but he's leaning that way. He's garbage. Y'all been next, though. And they don't jump on legend because he thinks he's going to take down the big dog and he's not going to do it because legend just Matthew Moran he'll smack him around and like a little rag doll. That's our little mountain San Antonio he is both, but I won't talk about this. This guy up AC open Jersey. Yeah. He was talking smack about me yesterday. I heard about this. I didn't hear it until today. But I want that redneck Yankee to know this right here. Here you can bring his butt down here to Alabama and he's going to get him a country whooping. That's what he's going to get, Paul. It's going to be maximum security. And Joe, I had this argument many, many years ago. There is a difference between an ass whipping in a country asshole or a country boy asks who have been country where I ask whooping is the worst, isn't it? Joe, could you explain to our friends up north the difference? Because there is a fine line between the two. A country boy asks whipping is when everybody stays out of it, they'll stop you just shouting them out of this world. And it's just all that bro. I mean, I was ready for this, I mean, that's why I always heard this, Joe. So these two guys were scrapping around, okay? And it's over. One guy's on his stomach. He's late. And a country boys when you finish it off with one more stop. That's right, you don't put one more time, and then you drink a beer with you. You know, just let him know it ain't nothing personal. Nothing personal. That's right. Thank you. But hey, I want to address jail in Columbus, too. Because he said he was running his mouth also. And tell him that he wanted to get in the ring with me. I'll tell you what led him to take care of him and squirrel both. I mean, we'll do this WWE with these two dummies. I mean, me and legend will be the east coast prison yard assassin, and they'll be the dummy the double dumb dumb dumb. And it won't even be close. I feel like I feel like we're borderline promoting violence here. And I don't think we want to do that. You're not serious. You're not serious here, are you? No, no good. Nothing like that. Maybe a change or a bad or no gun. I mean, you know, we don't want to that's good. I just keep it friendly, okay? Yeah. Yeah, brass knuckles. No, no gun. I'm like, we don't want to, you know, you know, we're good people. We don't hurt them too bad. It's any time they won't get the thing off the gun poll. Hey, legends on they got to worry about. And you've met me. I'm not a big guy. And it's the smaller guys that I'll always have problem with because they make all you got to do is just slap them upside the face. Once you enter those back up, you know, they come at you again, just slap them upside the ear, punch them in the nose, back up, you know, I ain't gonna knock them out, but I can torture them for several minutes. So I mean, that's how you do it. You know, and then just, you know, you had to kick them in the knee, you know. Who's the other guy who's supposed to be this octagon? You got Jeff and squirrel. Jeff and squirrel. No, squirrel, what about what scrolls of Mississippi got? One other guy I want to ask you about, okay? Okay. That's auggie. And taking everybody the pirate legal, you know, accurate total with, you know, because I might be because I say I can say like world and jail time to sue me and man. Responsibility is to take down the information, maybe get a and give it to a bill off. Yeah. What do they call that? Yeah. Thanks, Joe. Let's go to the stenographer next. That is auggie in New Orleans. Well, real story, Joe went to the doctor and he was complaining that is hemorrhoids were bother him. Doctor said open your mouth. Oh my goodness. Then the doctor said, you're right. They're really inflamed, so he shoved us a positivity in his ear. Have you ever had a depository in your ear? No. I've never had a suppository period, but I think Joe might be an expert on those kinds of sensations. The only reason I'm familiar is that if you are nauseous, augie and throwing up a suppository is your only hope. Don't ask me how I know. I would keep I would just keep throwing up, but I don't know. I assure you, because I was once violently ill, and I can't remember what the drug is, but you have to take it. It otherwise, you are dead. Did someone administer it or did you have to self administer? No, I can't believe we're talking about this, but. You would put anything in there to stop throwing up. Let me put it that way. Well, you didn't answer the question. No. I am fully capable of self administering a suppository. It's just a vision that I will let's move on. I am not Philly capable of calling the prescription in though. Thank goodness. We will take a break back after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Street games.

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think to your point about the schedule with a and M, I think we've got the healthiest middle class in the SEC that I've ever seen. I can not remember a year where four, maybe even three through 12 is all I feel pretty comfortable that they're all kind of the same. Like if I've got Florida tenth. That's a 7 and 5 type of team. Like, they're a good football team. They're not great, but they're good. So I think Tennessee is gonna have to be perfect. And you tell me, when's the last time Tennessee was capable of being near perfect and accomplishing their goals, give them a loss to Bama, give them a loss to Georgia, they then had to be perfect in Baton Rouge, they've got to be perfect against the Kentucky team that's very good. They're gonna have to beat Florida team that can ever beat on the road against Pittsburgh, South Carolina is tricky. You're asking Tennessee just like a and M to be perfect in the other games. That's not a thing we expect out of Tennessee. So it's all about hand and hooker, the offense is a proven commodity. You know what you're going to get 35, 38, 42 points a game. Can they develop some guys on defense? That's a huge question. And can they win the swing games? And traditionally, Tennessee has struggled in the last 15 years to accomplish that. And I think 8 and four is still a step forward for them. I think that would be mildly disappointing, but also a step of progress for Josh as long as the collective can continue to as long as he can continue to outsource recruiting. I think Josh Apple took good coach at Tennessee. Braden, thank you. And by the way, the last time they were perfect was 1998. You have to go way, way back. Great to have you on. I appreciate it and you be well. Yeah, absolutely. Thanks for having me. Thank you very much for joining us. And we are heading to break right now..

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:12 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"A great challenge for rebuilt Georgia defensive front. 5 first round draft picks 15 players, but at the same time, they still already have the number one pick potentially in next year's draft in Jalen Carter. They're absolutely loaded. So stetson Bennett is, I think, undervalued. I think he's a heck of a player. I don't think he's a top three quarterback in the SEC, but I think this is one of the better years we've seen in the conference for that position. So listen, I think Georgia bem are going to play twice more. I think they're going to play in Atlanta. I would take them to win that game. I think they're going to play in the national championship game and at that moment, I guess I'll take Bama right now today to win that game, but if Georgia gets there, they're going to be just as good as they were last year. And I think because everyone's going to pick Bama, I think that's going to help Kirby smart feed them some rat poison. That is so interesting. And listen, I'm not sleeping on Georgia because you can't get away from Georgia, but if they played for the national championship again, it would be to me a remarkable story when you consider how many people, maybe just being out in Vegas and watching that unfold, just how many people left that program. Yeah, I mean, it is remarkable what happened. I just think if you look at LSU in 2019 and how many players they had drafted, right? Which is the previous record at 14. That was a different arrangement. The program was built differently. It was sort of a, you hit on Joe burrow, a transfer quarterback you hit on Joe Brady a genre defining offensive coordinator you had all these elite weapons. I mean, coco had recruited well, and I will see recruits well, but not like Kirby smart, not like Georgia has. And so offensively, they're still going to be elite. They're still going to be one of the most efficient units in the country. And again, look at their schedule and their division. I like Tennessee. I like Kentucky. I like Florida. Those aren't those aren't national championship caliber top ten teams. They're going to be a heavy favorite in every game that they play. So 12 and O is pretty likely for them. The question is, can they beat Bama? And again, I would not pick that right now today. If they rematch the championship game, I might have a different opinion in January, but I don't know. Kirby's proven everybody wrong. He's multiple national championship appearances now. I just think stetson's the guy, you got the best tight end group, maybe in the history of the game, at Georgia right now. So I'm not concerned about it about Georgia's talent level. Brain a and M is 5th. If I'm reading the F one correctly, not the one in I'd like to hold in my hand, but the one I pilfered online. Can you explain who the quarterback's going to be and how it's going to work? Listen, I think the room is way better this year at this time than it was last year. And the exact casada was an amazing story and the job he did that night in College Station is going to go down in history as it should because that's what makes college football great. But he's an average starting quarterback. And if Haynes king had been the starter, it was the starter last year and lasted all of a game. I just think having him back healthy all by himself makes the room better, but then you bring in the transfers. Again, max Johnson is not some scrub. Like he's not some nobody. And they've got the 5 star recruit coming in as well, Connor, weigman, so they've got a much better room. And Jimbo Fisher has shown us in the past with a big time prospect as a freshman quarterback. He's won a national championship. He did it in the ACC, so it's a different beast altogether, but he's done that before, and I think the argument for a and M is one to 85, I don't know how many teams are better than a and M from a roster standpoint outside of the three that we picked, which was Bama Georgia and Ohio State. I don't know who's got a better one to 85 than Texas a and M that number one is the difference. It's price young versus question mark for Texas a and M so the problem with a and M is they don't always live up to the hype. I think that's the argument against Jimbo and Texas a and M and they lose to four teams last year. They probably should not have, but at the same time, two years ago, they were one spot away from the playoff. People forget they were 5th in the nation in a ten game SEC schedule, and they were a damn good football team. So I wouldn't put it past them to be very, very dangerous. They also could be the team if you asked me, Paul in the top ten that makes us look really stupid. They might be the one that I would pick. Yeah, I just think there are, and I don't know how odds are formulated, but it just seems like there are more danger zones connected to a and M as a top 5 pick than anybody. It's just, there's a lot, there are a lot of things that could go wrong, especially if Arkansas is really good and a couple of other teams can surprise them because last year was an outlier. I agree, but it's hard, it's hard to believe in that team as a top 5 team right now. I hear you. I totally agree. Again, if you ask me which team is going to make us look the dumbest, it's definitely Texas a and M. Maybe USC potentially as well. But again, if you ask me just to use logic and kind of go one to 85 and look at talent, look at experience coaching, but I agree. The reason we don't feel more confident about a and M and I don't feel more confident about saying that they're a playoff contender or a division contender is because of the schedule. And Arkansas Mississippi state, LSU, I think LSU is going to be much better than people think. Mississippi really dangerous, Arkansas, om this is good and they're in a reloading year. When is olmos ever reloaded? That's what they're doing now. And that's a testament to what link kiffin is accomplished. So I just look at this, I totally agree the schedules where we would have them slipping up twice, certainly October 8th. I don't think they really have a chance. Which isn't fair, but it just kind of is what it is. I think they lose another one somewhere else, and that ten and two, I think, is the benchmark. And if they get to that number, watch out in 2023, because again, you have to stack classes on top of each other. And I think that's sort of at the root of everything that's happened the last couple of weeks in this league is that Jim O Fisher is collecting players, unlike anybody else in the sport right now, and that includes Alabama and Georgia. Brain finally, do you buy in on all of the preseason hype for Josh hyper in Tennessee? You know, I heard you talking about this earlier where they're not really underrated anymore. We've got them 18 and we've got them fourth in the SEC, which makes them a top 20 team nationally. And so I don't know how, you know, second in the east. I don't know how that's under the radar anymore..

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:47 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Of the program is live and we appreciate you continuing to join us. More of your calls and meanwhile, Brandon gall joins us with Athlon. He's also a radio host and who has been in here recently and we're delighted to say hello to Brandon Brandon. First of all, thanks for help. I'm sorry. Let me get your name right. First of all, I don't know. I keep seeing the sign about Brandon everywhere and I got confused. Sorry, I was right. It was up right there. Braden, thank you. And my apologies. I was rushing so much to thank you for filling in for us a few weeks ago. I got your name incorrect, which next time you fill in, you can just talk about your posting the sol fine bomb show. How are you, by the way? I'm great. It's been a great couple of weeks with talking season getting started early this year. So I know it's been great. It's great to be here and I appreciate you having. I know, I think I saw an Athlon the other day at an airport, and I can't wait to dig into it, but it is usually that first magazine that comes out, I remember going back in history, I think it had that reputation, and we couldn't wait to run down to the drug store. And get it in terms of just putting things into a magazine that a lot of us suspect, but don't know. What goes into all of that? A whole lot of spreadsheets. And for those that don't know a drug store is a place where they sell prescription medication and various other things for those of you who don't order it all at home. No, it takes months and months and months. It used to be a much larger process. It's been trimmed obviously with the print industry, but at the same time, you look at roster management, which is like the biggest issue for all head coaches right now in college football. That's the biggest issue for us, putting the magazine together is just the transfer portal and all this stuff and even things in the magazine aren't necessarily exactly right because kids are still making decisions later in the process than ever before. So I think still roster management is much like most head coaches. That's the most difficult job. A part of the job right now when it comes to putting the magazine together. But otherwise, it's a lot of arguing and sitting in meetings and throwing staplers at each other and things of that nature before we decide on who's going to be number four this year, which was our biggest debate. And Braden, you want to get it out, but you also don't want to get the wrong quarterback at the wrong school. So what is the drop dead date? A couple of weeks ago, I don't have that date exact, but it's generally the end of April. We've had a couple of really major, but not screw ups, but there was a motorcycle accident allegedly allegedly in the SEC a couple years back that we happened after we went to press. Everett golson transferred to Florida state one year from Notre-Dame. He was on the cover of a magazine, which was probably one of our bigger issues, but at some point you have to push it out the door and be done with it. And once that happens, it's out of your hands. And so then you just sort of a lot of hail marys that nothing's going to happen. Weird. I think the Jim trestle thing at Ohio State happened after we went to press. By a good margin. So those things happen and you just got to, it's just part of the game. Yeah, Jim trus was Memorial Day weekend. The accident. The other action I think was April fools day, wasn't it? The motorcycle. That's about right. By the way, do you happen to have, I love that if you still have one of those cover shots, I'd love to, that would be a collector's item. So you mentioned, I didn't mean to bury the leader. You were talking about the great debate. So take us into the dark room, Braden, what were the big debates that all of you had to deal with before settling on however you ended up doing it? Well, all the people you have on your show, I think everyone's discussing who number four is. And I think you can make the case for, I don't know, 15 or 20 teams, honestly. Like Michigan was 26 or 27 last year in the preseason rankings, and then they go into Ohio stare, they take a House state at home and they beat them and they had one loss, they get in as an unranked pre season team. So, you know, Cincinnati was a preseason top ten team last year. I think it's more about the G 5 thing that made them more of a surprise. So Alabama Ohio State and Georgia are pretty clear. I think no matter what poll you look at in the pre season no matter what magazine you buy, you're probably going to see those three in some order at the top. Alabama was a no brainer for us at number one. I think you could argue Georgia belongs at number two and we're going to see two more meetings between those two this year. I understand the argument for Ohio State. After that, it's all hands on deck because Clemson is the pick we have, but I don't feel great about it. They've got the best defensive line in the country, and this is my company answer here, Paul, which is Afghan likes Clemson at number four because the path through the ACC is better for them than almost anybody else. A and M's got a tougher path, Michigan's gonna have a tougher path. The big 12 may not be good enough to pack 12 may not be good enough. But anybody from Ford about 20, we've got Miami at number 20 and they could win that we've got them winning the coastal division and playing in the AC championship game. If Tyler Van Dyke hits and Mario Cristobal hits and all of a sudden Miami's good, like I wouldn't be surprised if a team ranked 1819 or 20 ends up in that four slot. So that was the toughest. I've been an athlete since O 7. This was the toughest decision we've ever made, was the number four team in the playoff in this magazine. So we picked Clemson. I totally understand the argument for 15 other teams. Yeah, and Clemson, they do not have Georgia to open the season with, so that's a break. I don't even know who is their non conference game to begin their tough non conference chair. I don't have the schedule in front of me. You're calling me out here on national radio. I appreciate that. I would answer, but I don't have my Athlon yet, so that's why I'm asking you. Touche. No, they're non conferences fairly manageable. And again, this is why we have constant number four. I don't necessarily think they're the fourth best team in America. Because Athlon or no Athlon, we've got a crack staff. They open a Georgia Tech. They have Furman, Louisiana tech, South Carolina. At Notre-Dame. So. They added Notre-Dame, so they're at Notre-Dame. Miami is at home, I agree with you on Miami, though. I hear great things about their quarterback. But let's get back to the SEC for a second. Let me ask you, Georgia at number two. Is that what you told me? I personally would have George at number two. We have them at number three. If you look at their regular season schedule, I don't know if there's a game on their schedule that they're not going to be at least a double digit favorite. And if you go down their schedule and look, I actually think Oregon is a really interesting challenge for them because that's the best offensive line probably in the PAC 12. And if Dan lanning and Bo nix, maybe it's ty Thompson if they can kind of get everything together..

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Today and tomorrow. We got plenty of time to hang out together. We're gonna have a good time doing it at 855-242-7285 you guys are what makes the Paul fine bomb show amazing. It's why we're all excited when we get the call to sit in for poll. I made that rhyme. Congratulations to me. Let's get some of your thoughts on everything going on across the name image likeness. Like, I love the fact that this has become like, when you're on normal ESPN radio, we're at the spot where in the summer you can almost just say LeBron versus MJ and then just sit back and everybody will yell at each other. All we have to do now in college football is say name image likeness and everybody wants to talk about it. But I think it's an important conversation because frankly, we're all trying to figure it out. And I'm going to be honest about that. William in Alabama, William appreciate you calling in, man. What's on your mind? Thanks for calling the show. Oh, man. I guess I start off by a favor drink SEC since you was talking about the Drake. The whole SEC need to drink some Hennessy on The Rock. That's the whole reason why I'm saying that is because this name is they were about to be crowned about and having such an uproar about something that they might well just waste labor energy and toggle and wait for a few more months and you'll see that things will work out on its own because anybody just get away the money that they give in the way to these players going to have the contract as you call earlier your guests say they gonna have contracts rolled up the cover that will play okay transfer go to one school and jump and leave there because he didn't make the team. And then they gonna have a roadblock set up where if they don't make the team, they won't get the money in. You know, people are gonna protect them. Those people that don't need that money, you better believe they know what they're doing or they wouldn't have the money to donate no way. And have the call is the call and then they've been crammed about the money. I can't understand it by the NIH. The ones that call The Crown about they not do they now pin it to a nutty. All they've done is called in cran, they not a booster that's given them because the boots are going to use it as a tax write off whatever they give it. That's a tax right off for one thing. So that limit, that won't protect them. And then they gonna have them other protection in there, but the main thing to get on my nerves more than anything since I've been this whole NAL came out. As you stated earlier, you have all these other sports that the college have that those players are getting paid and you don't hear nothing about them. I heard a soccer player get a $2 million deal playing soccer. Did you hear any word about that? Yeah, I mean, we've talked a little bit about that on other shows, but I'm talking about on this on this show where they do all this code and complain about and talk about the name image and this and by the players should be paid and by they get a scholarship and that scholarship paper, but they never one time said nothing about all these millions of dollars that school getting in. They never said about one time about the mid $10 million that a court's getting. Of course getting a $10 million fare for the coach, not counting all this stuff. These people are totally ridiculous from what they have the complaint about, but like I said, they complain about the football and basketball. And I don't find a rabbit conclusion. That's the only force that they complain about. They like to say they never say nothing about the swimmers. The swimmers get money. They have contracts, they sign, you better believe it. The soccer player, the baseball player, the all sports, air sport that college have, you got plenty of students getting some money for playing in there and they've been counted to that skill institution. But let us say, but they have to fit because of basketball and football. And the reason why I found it right that I hate to say this is 2022 and we still had the same problem in this whole country. They crying about it because you had a majority of blacks in basketball and football. That's the reason why I didn't complain about it. It was like it was years ago or 6 years ago, they wouldn't say a mama word about it. They'll sit up there and drink a Hennessy, they hit us on The Rock and sit up there and enjoy the game. I appreciate the call, William, and look, I appreciate everything you're saying. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast, the Paul fine bomb show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern. Hey everyone, this is Zach low, check out my podcast, the low post where I talk to people in and around the NBA about every thing going on in the basketball world, the one and only Nikola Jokić, the most watchable, telegenic player in the NBA, NBA. Players, trends, under the radar teams, everything. I am a longtime holder of all the Devin Booker stock I can buy. And I'm not cashing in 'cause I think he's gonna keep getting better. Listen and subscribe to the low post wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I'll give you the bad news first and then I'll finish in a positive note. How about that first? The bad news is as far as referring goes and I just alluded to this. I don't think there's an answer concerned about it. I'm worried about where this is all going. I want to make sure kids are protected and making the right decisions for themselves and predatory practices to be taking advantage of young people that don't have the money or resources to have lawyers sign all of their contracts and overlook every single fine print of their contracts. I don't want it to be predatory. I'm concerned that it was going to get that way. And we're all just going to end up with the same 7 to 12 programs stealing all the best players, both on the recruiting trail. And like what we're seeing in college basketball where power 5 team just goes down to the group of 5 and just grab the best player that can play point guard and all of a sudden Belmont doesn't have a point guard anymore, but Alabama does. That's concerning to me. That's not we need to be very careful about the positive and I'll sell in on this, which is I think the most important thing that every single human listening needs to understand. Transfer portal, playoff expansion, Texas, and Oklahoma, name image and likeness, you give me an issue 50 and tell me how it affects your Saturday afternoon. It does. It doesn't change where you park your car, what meet your smoking, what drink you're having, where your friends are, it doesn't change what section of the stadium you sit in, it doesn't do anything to your Saturday afternoon and it's still going to be a sacred and a special and as awesome as it is always been, whether you're running back getting $40,000 or not, it doesn't affect your life. You can still get to enjoy college football and all of its Lori. Which I think is the most important message. And everybody can hear and all this. And oh, by the way, maybe your team has a better chance to make the playoffs. So to me, that is what is at the end of all of this and hopefully that's what people here. Oh, look at you, a Beacon of light, follow them on Twitter at brayden, go check out four 40 sports. Check them out on Athlon and all over the place. Braden always appreciates my friend be well. I'm buddy, buddy. Obviously there's a lot to react to. You guys have a lot of thoughts on name image likeness, plus what beverage? What's your favorite team in the SEC, be 855-242-7285, I'll let you guys take it over coming up next. The Paul fine bomb show, Jason Fitz, fill in for Paul. Hi, this is Brian windhurst. Twice a week on my podcast that had collected my conversations about the NBA's top storylines that the league's preeminent analysts and plugged in insiders from on court analysis.

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Little music story here is that plays that used to be the music in the morning show for certain updates. So it makes me immediately afraid that I'm going to misread something. 855-242-7285 is how you get in to hang out with me 855-242-7285 as we figure out some of the name image likeness issues and also some scheduling issues later in the show we're going to get into an interesting conversation around what all of this means for mental health for the athletes and the SEC really cool opportunity to talk about some of that as well and obviously I'm asking you to have a little bit of fun with me too. Like what drink, what beverage would your favorite team in the SEC be? And it could be any beverage doesn't have to necessarily be anything in any particular style of beverage just to what drink would it patient what Drake would your favorite team be? So you guys can chime in on that obviously 855-242-7285 is how you get in on that fun. And part of the fun that I'm about to have is with somebody that I know particularly well. When we bring people on, I always want to make sure that they can add an extra level of not just expertise, but insight. And that's something I think Cole cubic did a really nice job yesterday. I found myself all day thinking about some of the things that Cole said. And some of the things that it meant moving forward. And when I bring on people, I hope that we can continue to do that. So I think we have them, I don't know, I'm just going to expose the fourth wall here. I think we've got everything lined up, Billy, we good Billy. I think we're good. I'm just going to say that we have Braden. Do we have brayden? This is live radio for you, being workshopped as we speak. There we go. Braden Gaul joining us, Braden. I appreciate it. Braden and I, you know, Brady helped me launch my entire career. We were together in the mornings in Nashville for an amazing year and I appreciate you hanging out with me, brother. I'm trying to figure out name image likeness and what it means for the future. But before we get into any of that, I'm going to ask you a silly question because you know me well. You know Tennessee. So what drink would best represent Tennessee? I'm asking everybody what beverage their SEC team would be. So I'm suddenly making you the ball's drink selector. It can be, for example, a root beer float for Georgia. The cream rises to the top or somebody earlier said auburn is a Bloody Mary because they're always drinking away the stars from the night before. What Drake would Tennessee be? No, it also speaks to my general state of mind that I immediately assume you're referring to alcoholic beverages. I do believe that there is a soda that was founded in Tennessee. I think it's mellow yellow. I'm not sure, but I have to double check. So I think that one is from the state. My first thought was like, why is it not a testing mule? A little line, some whisky. It's good on a beach. It's good at me on stadium. It's good. A dinner in a nice meal, like it's very versatile fantasy mule. Which is basically a mock meal but with whisky. So my first thought was the Tennessee mules, right there in the name and see how could it not be that? No, I think you're probably right about that. And Tennessee is an interesting case study in what they can run back because last year I think pace of play was such an important part of their offense. When you look at the walls this year, I've seen a couple of articles that break the SEC down in tears and they have the Tennessee balls in the second tier, not the elite tier, but the other tier for the SEC. Is that realistic to what the future of that program holds in an NIL world in your mind? Well, it's fascinating because I think nobody is going to benefit potentially more from NIL, not maybe demo or second a and M or some of the big entity right now has benefited the most from NIL over anybody else because John Michael's biggest concern is biggest question mark. The biggest problem, whatever you want to call it, is can you recruit the same level as guys like Alabama, Georgia a and M that are right now laughing the field in terms of the talent that they are firing. And I think Florida is going to be there pretty soon with Billy Napier, I'm a big believer in what he's doing. So I think world is self in Tennessee. And I think this really is what an island can do once we save and conquer that he's going to murder everybody with it anyway. So we might as well see who can benefit the most right now. And expand bases that are thirsty and have lots of resources. That Texas Tennessee has probably was like South Carolina and have not figured it out yet. But Tennessee absolutely did, they got their collective off the ground first in class quicker than everybody else. And are using it to their advantage. And so I think you're in that second year, but I also think the second tier of SEC football this year is the most interesting you've ever been. I think it's healthier than it's ever been. If you told me four through ten in the conference right now today, put Alabama in Georgia and a and M at the top, Missouri and maybe South Carolina, maybe. And being able to bottom, you tell me who's better. Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, LSU, almost meant to be state Arkansas. And then maybe auburn, but probably not. Four through ten, that's as balanced and as healthy and as happy as I have ever seen this conference and I think it's going to make for a great fall and it makes being perfect like Tennessee has to be perfect to go ten and two or 9 and three. It makes you have to be perfect to sort of reach your potential this year and because there are so many tough games for every one of those teams that just mentioned. I don't know what the upside is any of them. If one of those teams gets the ten and two, it will be a spectacular accomplishment, including Tennessee. So I'm more in the all these teams are going to be 8 and four and really good, but they're going to beat each other up. We're talking to Braden gall. You can check them out on Twitter at brayden Gaul also check out four 40 sports. You can listen to them on ESPN radio and.

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:46 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That's how you get in on the fun, asking you guys, you know, what beverage would your favorite SEC team be? Or your least favorite SEC team. You know, we can get creative here. There are a lot of different answers, a lot of different thoughts on it. One suggestion has been a credit brand. Our great producer extraordinaire, coming out with Georgia, maybe being a root beer float, you know, the cream rise rose to the top prizes, rose to the top. I don't know, I'm not smart enough to figure that out. You all know that by now. 855-242-7285 C they don't have to all have to be grown up drinks either. They can be they can be normal drinks as well. I want to make sure everybody knows the SEC network schedule has started to be released. So the SEC network will kick off their season in Knoxville Thursday, September 1st, Tennessee hosting ball state at 7 p.m. eastern Neil and so we'll see where that one looks like SEC network season Oprah is one of 35 matchups for the SEC squads across ESPN networks in the first three weeks of the season. Got ten of those, it'll be on the SEC network. So it is going to be a wild first few weeks of SEC. All over the place. We want to get you guys in on the conversation 855-242-7285 Robert Alabama Robert, thanks for calling the show, man. What do you got? Hey, Jason, how are you doing today? I'm great. How are you doing? I'm good. First of all, I want to change conversation away from name image and likeness. I'm looking forward to seeing these early season games to kick off times. And Utah state Alabama game is on at 7 30 eastern on SEC network on the 3rd of September. And I know there are a lot most of our fans don't feel this way. But I've done some look up some stuff on Utah state and their very, very dangerous opponent open the season. I mean, they went 11 and three. They were number 24 in the country last year. They have a really good quarterback returning of two wide receivers who are trans out of transfer four to one from Alabama, Xavier Williams. And they also have 13 starters by 8 on offense and 5 on defense and they won the mountain west championship last year and I know a lot of that little fans are going to be talking about Texas, but I'm telling you with all the issues Alabama Scott their secondary and at wide receiver. And by the way, I am an all man fan. I've been on my own since the 70s. You know, growing up listening to coach watching a coach Bryant show and that's a long time ago, but I'm just saying that everybody's going to be talking about Texas game, but I don't think that she's tall state game is a game that people can sleep on. And I'm just saying that Alabama has a chance to be a special team this year, but they've got to get the offensive line straight now. They gave up 47 sacks last year. They gave up 47 sacks to three years combined before that. Last year and of course, they've got to get their secondary strike now. And the biggest thing is, is these young receivers have to get adjusted Bill brands off. It's a lot more it's a very complex system here with those roots with the Patriots and like I said, I think this has a chance to be a great year. But I think those first two games, Utah state and Alabama, I think are going to really set the tone for the rest of the season and like I said, we saw 50 teens who were right last year loose to unranked teams in the 2021 season. And that some in Alabama was part of that statistic because they lost the Texas a and M and I know there was some circumstances that will not gain what malachi more him getting thrown out through the targeting, but I'm the like I said, I'm just looking forward to start to season, especially at the way things unfolded with the softball team things didn't go very well for them, but like I said, looking forward to seeing what Alabama can do and this is the only match up week one that has two conference champions facing one another. Utah state on the mount west title who, by the way, had the number one win percentage of any conference in the country last year in Alabama when the SEC of course they got the Nash tower getting lost to George, but like I said, I think you're doing a great job and keep up the good work. I appreciate it. And look, you did a lot of my work on that on preview in that matchup. I do think you make a couple of good points. Utah state offensively is super explosive. They're going to be able to put points on teams early on in the season. Also, their pass rush can get after it. So the question is, can they actually stop Alabama from doing whatever there's a size difference between Alabama on the offensive line and Utah state on the defensive line? I tend to trust that over the course of an early season game when you've got that much talent and that much depth for Alabama. One of the things that Utah state has. And they've got a little bit better depth at quarterback, specifically, but Utah state has some explosive athletes. I just don't think they have the depth to contend. I will say this though to Robert's point. Utah state should be able to come in and at least put up some yards. And I think people will panic when that happens. I don't think there's anything to panic about. That's less about Alabama. And in my mind, much more about Utah state and how good and how explosive I should say that offense can be. They can get big plays. They can get big yards. I just don't know that they can hang with bam. I think there's a woe is me mindset sometimes coming into the season where we all, you know, we look back and we're like, man, it's going to be real tough this year and a lot of SEC fans have that because you know the gauntlet your conference is going to be. I just still feel like Alabama is going to be just fine. Let's speaking of Alabama. Let's take a call here from Jim and Alabama Jim. Thanks for calling the show. What's going on? Hey, Jason, thanks for taking my call. I got something on both subjects that you were bringing up on the fandom. The NIL and that type of stuff and the students in the classroom. I think as we go forward, and it may take a couple of years, but there's absolutely going to show that there's going to be no loyalty. It wasn't that many years ago, you know, you'd have your college basketball team, you'd have that same group of 5, 7 players together, or at least three years. Same thing's going to happen in football where these guys are one and done. They're hired guns. They're going out. They're looking for the money. And it doesn't even have to be a school that they even care about anymore. So I think going down the road, I think that the fandom is going to, you know, you're still going to have those diehards, but they're even going to get tired of the turnover, I think. It's actually a pretty good that's a good point by you. I don't really have an argument against that because I've seen it in college basketball. I cover a lot of college basketball for ESPN. The fandom has changed dramatically because we live in a one and done society. So it feels like teams, fans wait to see if their team is burning hot before they decide if they want to invest. Jim, I think that's a pretty good point for you. It will absolutely. You look at my Oregon ducks last year. You know, our coaches are pretty darn good. He's a Hall of Fame coach out there. He threw his arms up. You know, he brought in all those new players, all those great players. They'd never matched. So, you know, we'll see what happens. And on the drink thing, I didn't have to say if I had to name a drink for a team, it's going to have to be a Bloody Mary and it's got to be the auburn tigers again because they're going to need a lot of bloody marys every Sunday morning after their miserable Saturdays when they might win 5 games this upcoming season..

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"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"braden" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Will be some. How does that play into it? I don't know. Not just that. I mean, I've used the example several times, but you've got female gymnasts that are out there and name image likeness, making a $1 million off of their social media, which is incredible. I love empowerment. But will that change the experience for whoever they're in class with? Because you're a gymnast now suddenly you're making a $1 million. I don't know. I genuinely don't know how to haves and the have nots being separated while they're still in the same classroom will change the experience for the people that aren't making the money who eventually will have to be the flag bearers. For that school. That's the part of it that we have to remember is that it's the people right now that are going to class that aren't getting paid for it that are filling the stadium that are going to leave that campus and love that campus love the memories. Love everything about what it means to be on that campus, right? It's those people that are going to turn around and then say, okay, in 5 ten, 15, 20 years, they're going to have to decide, are they still as in to football? Are they still is in the basketball? I'd love to say yes. But it only speaks to how little we know about what the future holds. That's the weirdest part about all of this because what everybody wants what you guys want, what I want. What we all want through this process are definitive answers. And everybody thinks we have definitive answers. But what do you do when the information you're getting is changing constantly? An analogy I've used on Spain and Fitz repeatedly is that one of the difficult things about sports talk. There's not many difficult things. I'm the first to say I am thankful to have a really, really cushy job. I am thankful to get to sit in front of a microphone, even when you guys yell at me and talk to you about sports. But one of the most difficult things about it is that you're forced to write a book report. Not at the end of the book, but at the end of every chapter. You're forced to review a movie every ten minutes. When there's plenty of movie left, we don't live in a maybe society. If somebody comes out and they drop week one, right, we're not gonna be able to say, well, let's see how this season goes. Like, that's not real to what's gonna happen. So you're forced to write this book report every single week, and sometimes feels like the book's pretty good. And then a week later, it feels like the book is terrible. If you follow the NBA at all and you've watched any of the Eastern Conference Finals that we've seen between Miami and Boston, good luck figuring that series out. My God, one week or one game, one team looks terrible the next game they look great. But we're not afforded the opportunity to wait till it plays out. I think that's gonna be true with name image likeness as well. A lot of us are yelling and screaming right now based on what we've convinced ourselves is the only 100% real truth when it comes to name image likeness. But none of us can really know if we're right. None of us can know over wrong. And all we can do is continue to take the information we get and digest it now. And until we can figure out how to handle all of that, all of the sure things, all of the things we think we can bank on. Man, those are all going to continually change. I don't know how this will affect the future of college sports, but I'll bet you one thing. In ten years, we'll be able to look at it and say, hey, part of the reason we're here is because of what happened then. 855-242-7285. That's how you get in. 855-242-7285 as always. I'll keep talking to you about name image likeness. I love having that conversation. And what drink? What beverage of any sort was your favorite team beat? There's some creative answers out there. The SEC has released some schedule information we know what it's gonna look like and I will tell you about all of it coming up..

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Kreider scores 45th goal, Rangers hold off Penguins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Kreider scores 45th goal, Rangers hold off Penguins 3-2

"The New York Rangers scored three goals in under eight minutes to get by the Pittsburgh Penguins three to two Chris Kreider scored a power play goal and assisted another in the wind Frank Vatrano also found the net for New York as did Braden Schneider Igor sister Kim made twenty two saves for New York which top Pittsburgh for a second time in five days Gerard the launch team jumped the penguins in the metropolitan division standings not a whole lot of mistakes and I know it's it's good to watch that game again because we played two great games against that team and you know coming in this building and shot them down after two appeared with nine shots only it's it's it's a good job everybody we need twenty guys and they all worked hard and found a way to get a big win Brian Boyle and Sidney Crosby scored for Pittsburgh Tristen Jari made twenty three saves the penguins however have lost three of four Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Kuemper, Landeskog help Avs beat Stars, extend streak to 19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Kuemper, Landeskog help Avs beat Stars, extend streak to 19

"The avalanche of run their team record point streak to nineteen games with a four nothing win over the stars Darcy camper handle twenty three shots for his second shutout of the season helping Colorado improved to seventeen oh one two during the point streak Gabrielle Landeskog scored twice for the ABS who also received goals from Nazem Kadri and Nicholas bank bail Campbell Kerr had two assists for the avalanche who lead the NHL with seventy points in forty six games the apps or three points ahead of the Panthers with a game in hand Dallas goalie Braden Holtby stopped twenty six shots on the ferry

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Blues score 2 power-play goal in final minute, top Stars 2-1

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Blues score 2 power-play goal in final minute, top Stars 2-1

"The the blue blue stressor stressor home home point point streak streak to to twelve twelve games games by by scoring scoring a a pair pair of of power power play play goals goals in in the the final final minute minute of of the the two two one one win win over over the the stars stars Jordan Jordan Cairo Cairo won won it it with with twenty twenty nine nine seconds seconds left left I I was was definitely definitely really really fun fun to to be be a a part part of of I I mean mean you you know know doesn't doesn't happen happen too too often often you you know know we we come come after after that that last last a a minute minute so so I I was was just just sentenced sentenced for for electric electric authors authors whose whose phone phone was was a a great great win win by by us us to to rhino rhino rally rally tied tied the the game game with with St St Louis Louis on on a a six six on on four four advantage advantage Jordan Jordan Bennington Bennington stopped stopped twenty twenty six six shots shots for for the the blues blues who who are are eleven eleven oh oh one one one one in in their their last last twelve twelve in in St St Louis Louis the the rally rally came came after after Braden Braden Holtby Holtby stymied stymied them them for for fifty fifty nine nine minutes minutes Jason Jason Robertson Robertson scored scored for for Dallas Dallas which which had had won won four four in in a a row row I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Tarasenko scores twice, Blues beat Stars 4-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Tarasenko scores twice, Blues beat Stars 4-1

"But but a a major major single single scores scores twice twice in in the the blues blues forty forty one one win win over over the the stars stars at at enterprise enterprise centre centre the the right right wing wing now now has has eleven eleven goals goals this this season season Charlie Charlie Lindgren Lindgren stopped stopped twenty twenty six six of of twenty twenty seven seven Dallas Dallas shots shots to to win win in in that that and and become become the the first first English English goaltender goaltender to to win win his his first first five five decisions decisions with with the the franchise franchise it's it's been been quite quite a a ride ride so so far far I I think think you you know know one one thing thing I I wanna wanna make make sure sure there's there's no no complacency complacency here here just just I'm I'm so so very very thankful thankful about about another another win win tonight tonight other other excellent excellent after after by by the the guys guys and and wake wake up up tomorrow tomorrow morning morning want want more more Braden Braden Holtby Holtby takes takes the the loss loss in in net net login login right right and and Ivan Ivan Barbashev Barbashev also also scored scored for for the the blues blues who who are are five five oh oh two two in in their their last last seven seven games games Jason Jason Roberts Roberts and and that's that's the the lone lone goal goal for for the the stars stars who who have have lost lost five five straight straight I'm I'm Mike Mike Reeves Reeves

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Coan's 3 TD throws lead No. 7 Notre Dame past Virginia 28-3

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Coan's 3 TD throws lead No. 7 Notre Dame past Virginia 28-3

"The fighting Irish have now won twenty three straight regular season games against ACC schools Saturday night was a twenty eight to three no doubt or over the Cavaliers Virginia played without quarterback Brennan Armstrong who leads the nation in total offense but suffered a rib injury two weeks ago Notre Dame's Jack Coan threw three touchdown passes connecting with Michael Maher from six yards Braden Lenzy from four and Kevin Austin from fifteen coach Brian Kelly says his team is ascending you know anytime you try to put a resume together it's about how you play later in the year so you know the I. test is this football team is playing better defensively offensively and you know we're sitting here nine one Notre Dame came into Charlottesville at number nine in the college football rankings I'm Ben Thomas

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"braden" Discussed on The Proffitt Podcast

The Proffitt Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"braden" Discussed on The Proffitt Podcast

"I love how this audience is so invested in your financial and legal all the things, right? That you have to have to legitimize your business on the back end. And so this is why we have people that are CPAs and lawyers and I you're just going to be so excited about today's guest because he is a licensed attorney and tax professional. So it's like, boom, boom, double whammy, and it's just gonna be so much fun 'cause I know you'll always have questions about running a business, especially when it comes to running a business with a podcast and I've gotten so many questions over the years and I always feel like I'm like, I feel like I need to disclaimer tattooed on my forehead. I am not like, I was gonna say legitimized. I'm not able to give you legal advice, right? I'm not able to give you financial advice 'cause this isn't my thing. This is why I have professionals come onto the show and tell you all of these things. And so today's guests, like I said, it's bright and Drake. I'm so excited for all to meet Brighton. We had a fantastic conversation. And he's someone that I know through the Amy Porter filled circle. We have been a momentum together and he has been just he said so much success in really putting himself out there as someone who is online in a really big way with his courses and serving his community, and we're going to talk about how he transitioned into that and what the business looks like for him, but let me give you a little backstory and Braden. So he is a California license to turning a tax professional. His tagline is your gay best friend here to help you get your legal and tack stuff together. We're gonna talk about that in a second. Brayden works primarily with service based creative small business owners through his courses where he educates on contracts, business entities, cash flow systems and taxes..

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How Manufacturing Platform Raven Found Opportunity for Growth in the Medical Field

Code Story

01:43 min | 1 year ago

How Manufacturing Platform Raven Found Opportunity for Growth in the Medical Field

"What does the future look like for raven the product and for your team. I think it's it's really bright. It's a really exciting time for answering right now. So we've we've grown about thirty percent in terms of the team in the last six months and we're delivering features functionality improvements at faster pace than we've ever done before the potential is enormous in this industry. I'm forget the number here at the time. There are hundreds of thousands of manufacturers in the world. it's a it's a huge part of the economy and there is huge potential for improvement so we see a lot of a lot of great things happening in addition in story here at the beginning of the pandemic one of our first employees or i think he was technically the first employee gave us a call and he's now a surgeon and he said hey. I think i think raven could be useful in our operating rooms at our hospital to help us with our cova productions to keep our our staff safe and and also to just help us be more productive over you know. Use this sort of scarce resources more effectively. And so we've been you know looking at how that works. And we now have of a variation of our product installed as an operating which is which is pretty. We do see you know at its core. We're trying to help people use their time. Better use their resources better. And that's not just manufacturing but it's also a lot of other areas manufacturing stuff is is super exciting. That's our core but we do see this potential for growth expansion into these other other areas as well

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Raven Founder Believes Fixing Mistakes is a Team Effort

Code Story

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Raven Founder Believes Fixing Mistakes is a Team Effort

"Let's flip the script a little bit. Tell me about a mistake. Made and how you and your team responded to so this is one of these things that specifically talk about. We've all made mistakes of varying degrees. And i can think of of cases where we've accidentally deployed wrong pieces of software or deleting a node where we shouldn't wear we intended to upgrade a single pod or or something like that the amazing thing whenever we have sort of one of these issues that comes up. I love a jumping in whether it's a discord room or slack all or whatever or you know back when we could over the shoulder. The team is just vicgory focused on solving the problem. In a non-judgmental way. And then we we. After the fact we do failure causes inquiry where we go through what happened and in and realizing we're part of system here in it's not the individuals it is the system. You know the when you when you mess up you know your your heart starts beating you feel that that anxiety but you've got a whole bunch of people who were there with you trying to help the system backup and then support you as we all learned from it and try to make the system more robust so that that doesn't happen again unlike what she said there about the system. We're a system. Were not an individual. So how do we fix the system. That's a good. It's a good way to scope it when you have to have hard conversations or no retro on an

"braden" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"braden" Discussed on Code Story

"What's flip the scale ability. Did you build scale efficiently from day one or were you fighting this as you grew and gained traction one of the things that we wanted to prove that we had a product that was worth building and from a technology perspective. I think it's very large stack that we try to. We try to do the end. End being data collection data cleaning to get to the truth of the analytics to the insights of the feedback to operators. And so there's just a very large technology stack so when we build our technology we would try to pick an architecture that is extendable extensible and it's flexible and we wouldn't necessarily build all the scale ability to start but even try to leave ourselves the options from a product perspective when we built our product. We did think about scale ability absolutely from the beginning to be able to help operators at an individual process we wanted to be able to help the corporate executives overseeing one hundred plants that mike have hundreds of production processes and so thinking about that product skill was was something that we do did from the beginning thing about the technical scale with something that we considered but didn't necessarily always implement we'd hit the limits and and that was through continuously monitoring the performance of the system. We would go back and we would adjust for our particular case. It's an appropriate way to to build it small team looking to move quickly deliver quickly and it's about that speed of providing value to our customers so it sounds like you started out building in such a way that you could prove out the product but you architect it to where you could scale easier later on down the line that right. Yeah and we're continuing to do that. You know so. We've made some technology changes and we're continuing to make those changes in the last couple of years here. We've we've really found a lot of great product market where our customers are they want. They want things they want them. They want them quickly and building in that flexibility and the technology is something that we you know. We now architect in that flexibility in that quick speed of being able to adapt and taylor to them. You know we're building a product so we want to build the product. That's it's it's flexible because that's what we need in this market

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Raven Founder Braden Stenning on Achieving Flexibility for Optimal Scalability

Code Story

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Raven Founder Braden Stenning on Achieving Flexibility for Optimal Scalability

"What's flip the scale ability. Did you build scale efficiently from day one or were you fighting this as you grew and gained traction one of the things that we wanted to prove that we had a product that was worth building and from a technology perspective. I think it's very large stack that we try to. We try to do the end. End being data collection data cleaning to get to the truth of the analytics to the insights of the feedback to operators. And so there's just a very large technology stack so when we build our technology we would try to pick an architecture that is extendable extensible and it's flexible and we wouldn't necessarily build all the scale ability to start but even try to leave ourselves the options from a product perspective when we built our product. We did think about scale ability absolutely from the beginning to be able to help operators at an individual process we wanted to be able to help the corporate executives overseeing one hundred plants that mike have hundreds of production processes and so thinking about that product skill was was something that we do did from the beginning thing about the technical scale with something that we considered but didn't necessarily always implement we'd hit the limits and and that was through continuously monitoring the performance of the system. We would go back and we would adjust for our particular case. It's an appropriate way to to build it small team looking to move quickly deliver quickly and it's about that speed of providing value to our customers so it sounds like you started out building in such a way that you could prove out the product but you architect it to where you could scale easier later on down the line that right. Yeah and we're continuing to do that. You know so. We've made some technology changes and we're continuing to make those changes in the last couple of years here. We've we've really found a lot of great product market where our customers are they want. They want things they want them. They want them quickly and building in that flexibility and the technology is something that we you know. We now architect in that flexibility in that quick speed of being able to adapt and taylor to them. You know we're building a product so we want to build the product. That's it's it's flexible because that's what we need in this market

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The Role Shift of Voice Assistants to Search Engine-Like Voice Aides With Braden Ream

VOICE Global 2021

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The Role Shift of Voice Assistants to Search Engine-Like Voice Aides With Braden Ream

"Would hope we start to see more intent based queries for the actual general assistance Googles of the world where are no longer asking acknowledged based queries like hey hotels april tower. It's i'm hungry right. It's more of an intention and we start to see that consumer behavior shifts. There's a bit of a chicken and egg Around this but let's just accent assume or a perfect world for a second when you see that consumer may shift words. I'm hungry or you know. Where's the nearest restaurant is another way to say i'm hungry right. You're implicitly saying that you're going to start to see these assistance act more like search engines which is really exciting. Because i think that's when You know we can start to viewer assistance. The reason why they're called assistance right. They're meant to be helpful mill to help us in our everyday tasks not just voice you know. Search of google acceptable often with a lot of assistance are for most folks. It's whether alarm clocks ability to search for information We want to be able to Access manipulating engage with information right I think we'll definitely see that in the next five years. Ten years is like without with extreme certainty Two years is a little bit. you know. It's plausible and then in five years. I i feel pretty confident that you'll start to see the voice assistance that we all know in us today really become search engines and the allowing access the world around it access information and access services around us really with the use of a personal assistant concierge that we have in our home.

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The Latest: Rose the exception on a tough day at the Masters

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Rose the exception on a tough day at the Masters

"Justin rose has taken a remarkable full shop lead after the first round of the masters the English one nine under for his last eleven holes on his way to an improbable seven under sixty five on an extremely challenging first day at the hot and flushed Augusta national course it is the fourth time he's one of the first round at Augusta and he said that putting full clear of Hideki Matsui yama and Brian Harman Patrick Braden Webb Simpson are among those at two under with jobs space at one under on a day with just twelve players broke par on Graham make us

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Flamingos Can Be Picky About Company

60-Second Science

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Flamingos Can Be Picky About Company

"Spend some time watching. Swimming goes and you might think that goes on tiny heads but these elegant avian actually lead complex social lives. Each bird has certain other individuals it prefers to spend time with and others that avoids in other words bingos have friends the wildfowl and Wetlands Trust the WW T. manages a number of wetlands in the UK some of which have communities of captive aquatic birds including bingos. They didn't quite know whether they could just take it for Bingo. I to the environment is ticket new flock and it would be fine will. Should they care more about the social choices at the birds? Were making Paul rose a psychologist at the University of Exeter's Center for Research. In animal behaviour for five years rose in his team observed the daily goings on of five. The world's six different flamingo species housed at the WW T. slimbridge wetlands center in Gloucestershire. The five species were the Chilean and Andean American James and Lesser Flamingos the partnerships that we say between bad saw Don Braden. The badge are choosing Haizhu associate with male female pairs spend time together so do same sex pairs and even groups of three or four and those relationships can last for many years. The findings are in the Journal behavioral processes so there was some flamingos in the group. That really didn't care who the caught was for that day they would flittering and they would have many different relationships in many different birds. And of course there were other flamingos. That were less social butterfly and more lone wolf but even they had a few close friends. Those beds that at least Gary s had more investment in a small number of sexual bonds. Living that they knew really well. Rose thinks that for Mingas may have evolved their social lives due to their wetland habitats in which the resources they need are concentrated in a small area. The Sexual Organization is layered on top of this need to be in one environment. So you have to be gregarious. If Flamingos know that partners if they know that the six birds off friendly and they get on with them they can then waste less energy scrapping and squabbling with other birds or they didn't get on with by spending time with their friends. Flamingos can more efficiently director limited time and energy to active these. Like foraging and mating if I want to get one standard one in pre my feathers. Garin stand on my leg and prayed my feathers next to Fiona because I get on with her all the next of frank because I haven. We'll just scrap if all this sounds familiar while we all know. Feel now as well as a friend.

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Washington, DC - Braden Holtby taking it easy in quarantine, even with uncertain contract situation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - Braden Holtby taking it easy in quarantine, even with uncertain contract situation

"The NHL season remains on ice metaphorically instead of literally how is capitals goaltender Braden Holtby passing the time do much right now Mr in the summer and takes a few months off completely anyways is trying to get my mind completely away from everything so is it's gonna be tough once there's kind of a game plan and play whatever we have a bit of time we're going to we're gonna come back hope you had a goals against average of three point one one the highest of his career when the season was suspended

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Redskins put franchise tag on guard Brandon Scherff

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Redskins put franchise tag on guard Brandon Scherff

"Even the Washington amid widespread Redskins a place postponements the franchise sub tag sporting on three events time worldwide Pro Bowl guard Japan Braden says sheriff the twenty the twenty two thousand summer fifteen Olympics first in Tokyo round selection will had go been in on talks as with planned the club despite on a long the corona term deal virus outbreak instead the Redskins Japanese ensure prime he would minister not reach Shinzo free agency Albay said Saturday Washington the Tokyo use the regular games will franchise still take tag place meaning in sharp July could still without talk with basing other teams Japan will the host Redskins the Olympics would have the right quote to match without any problem offer or as receive planned two first U. round S. draft president picks as Donald compensation Trump suggested earlier they could in still the week negotiate that Japan a long term should deal consider until postponing July fifteenth the Olympics the franchise as of Friday tag property Japan had Wyman over fourteen is expected hundred to be confirmed worth upward cases of fifteen of the covert million ninety dollars virus this season and around thirty Michael deaths Reaves I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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"braden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"braden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Financial advisor Blair Braden thanks so much player thank god but I the opening bell seconds away we've got our money editor password standing by with those numbers coming up first let's head outside and it's been an awful driver for several things are clear south of I. twenty five at I. seventy six that crashes gone all your backed up solid as you make your way down from a hundred and fourth you've got a really really crowded drive on the southbound I. twenty five through downtown and that drive south on I. twenty five through the tech center now the price up by twenty five dry creek that's also gone the backed up solid back to him that it's gonna be a long time before those delays really filter out but at least only drove it in front of your results are jammed up southbound Choo Choo five westbound I. seventy six approaching broadly late you've got an accident up in the Brighton area up near bar lake right Boulevard a Colorado Boulevard just on the east side of two seventy near Vasquez there's an accident there in commerce city at both lanes are blocked right now self that I twenty five at county line the county line south of gals rock in the gap project are you've got a crash the other trying to clear it but about but shoulder there and she'll stop at I. twenty fives of the standstill at county line Val Barker one sixty four as you make your way from gas rock down toward monument this report is sponsored by big O. tires next update ten minutes on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM I don T. four one FM for your listening to Colorado's morning news check in throughout the day for the latest updates on the hour and thirty minutes passed away newsradio addition of Colorado's morning music when Marty with you this morning right now thirty six degrees highs today in the sixties more of the same tomorrow before shift at the end of the week with some possible rain and snow coming our way right now it's Colorado's morning.

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Ovechkin nets pair of goals as Capitals beat Wild 4-3

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Ovechkin nets pair of goals as Capitals beat Wild 4-3

"You know is a pretty good night for the capitals and wizards they were winners on the road tonight to rebound from road losses the caps beat the wild four three in Minnesota they got a pair of goals from Alex a veteran and a big third period score from Tom Wilson and stood as the game winner Richard Pontic adding the other capitals goalie Braden Holtby thirty seven saves as the caps Snapple four game road losing streak they up their division lead over Philadelphia to three points entering their head to head matchup on

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Durham, Jackson-Davis lead Indiana past No. 9 Penn State

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Durham, Jackson-Davis lead Indiana past No. 9 Penn State

"T. in J. a game Oshie of extreme scored the go runs ahead goal Indiana snapping a three had all the one tie that midway mattered through most the third in a period sixty eight as sixty the capital win snapped over a four number game nine losing Penn streak state beating the penguins the Nittany five lions to three were down by the nineteen take over first late place in in the the first metropolitan half division but led by six the capital ten minutes scored later three goals in Indiana the first eleven answered with minutes the thirteen of the third to nothing it spurt was the penguins and held the lead third down straight the stretch loss Carl outdoor Haglund led and a the pair Hoosiers of goals with fourteen including an points empty netter as Indiana late improves the penguins its got big tallies ten record from Patric day in an Hornqvist eight Sidney after Crosby winning eight and Marcus in a row Pedersen Penn state has dropped Braden its Holtby last made two thirty three Lamar saves Stevens in the win led the Nittany Greg lions heist with Washington twenty nine points Tom McKay Bloomington Indiana

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Capitals snap skid, beat Penguins to vault into first place

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Capitals snap skid, beat Penguins to vault into first place

"T. J. Oshie scored the go ahead goal snapping a three all tie midway through the third period as the capital snapped a four game losing streak beating the penguins five to three the take over first place in the metropolitan division the capital scored three goals in the first eleven minutes of the third it was the penguins third straight loss Carl Haglund and a pair of goals including an empty netter late the penguins got tallies from Patric Hornqvist Sidney Crosby and Marcus Pedersen Braden Holtby made thirty three saves in the win Greg heist Washington

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Seattle: Trial begins over violent deaths of missing mom Susan Powell's sons

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle: Trial begins over violent deaths of missing mom Susan Powell's sons

"Civil trial under way now against the state department of social and health services over the death of Susan Powell's young sons eight years ago students parents Charles and Judy **** claim social workers were negligent in allowing Josh Powell to have visitation with his sons one of those visits ended in Powell killing Charlie and Braden and themselves in February twenty twelve at his home in view all up after he locks the social worker out of the house this is an attorney for the coxes all over the state of allowing this visitation a warm for the son Josh but attorneys for the state argued that they didn't have access to much of that information about Josh as investigators in Utah couldn't provide it so they had information Josh Powell maybe some sort of threat reason to his voice they could not sure that what the department Susan's body never found though investigators believe the Josh killed her

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China counts 170 virus deaths, new countries find infections

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

China counts 170 virus deaths, new countries find infections

"Earlier this week about two hundred Americans arrived back in the U. S. remove Han China the center of the virus outbreak the US government chartered plane carrying them landed Wednesday in southern California they're being tested and monitored at a military base there the CDC's Dr Chris Braden we're gonna be monitoring them twice a day with symptoms and fever checks at the end of three days we think we'll have enough information to know their status and their risk as the US plans more flights in the next few days to evacuate more Americans in China the White House is announcing a task force that will lead the U. S. response to the new virus read a fall les Washington

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"braden" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"braden" Discussed on VUX World

"Making the tit of me. This I think might be in the the future voices the future again open twitter show numbers fourteen. Eighteen scroll down. I'll tell you what's happening right. Just right what happens with voice control troll boys and girls if you ever try and use it if you till you phone buck so that it's kind of like you know if you're on loud speaker until you form bucking and you kind of speak down the MIC. It turns out it turns it off. You need to have a kind of fairly upright right do it again open twitter. Show numbers fourteen. Now I'm on my notifications onto right. Scroll Down Scroll down. Sheila numbers seven now on view in a tweet show numbers ten. I've just like someone's tweet. That's cool. It sounds a bit like you know. You've got to show numbers quite a lot and that's a a bit of a headache but if you're in the middle of doing something else on you can just glance at your phone and then do literally any every single click thing on the phone has a number the next to it and so you just tell the number over time if you learn the numbers then you can just say the number basically I think that highlights a pretty important important point a lot of people think about voices this like binary interface of a mother gonNA use Voice GonNa use a screen like the future of human human computer interaction is going to be going to be tapping typing speaking looking like it's all these interfaces have pros and cons right. The pro voice is out is friction lists really fast and really fast for input speed and you don't need to have a direct line of sight you don't need to actually touch anything But it's not the perfect perfect interface right like it's in the future you're gonNA use voice control some of the time and tapping some of the time like it's just GonNa be awesome feature where you can choose. Whatever interface is best suited for that for that particular setting perfect nice way to end bread and welcome people reach out to? You will follow what you're doing voice flow even driveways they wanNA give they haven't already yeah. Voiceless free voice slow dot com spelled. How how you'd expect and you can find me on? Twitter ream Brayden so R. E. A. M. B. R. A. T. The N. that's been pleasure bidding. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me on Dustin Things I'm on twitter..