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Fresh update on "bradford" discussed on Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie
"You know, to the end, so I think that there are some other Germans, but I think there's like just mark well, what I think I think there's another aspect to this. We rarely touch on that they had in the first time. And clearly made a mistake. Getting rid of him clearly falls for Bradford was a mistake, and I think everyone knows it. And so then they had and then they had him a second time. And so I think some people say did they make a mistake again? A whole different regime make a mistake again in any way. Go out. I realized that I agree with that slowly and you know, I I did not like that this bad trade, But, yeah, it was stupid. But anyway, you know Nick Foles. Doesn't have better stats on Carson Wentz. I mean, when you when you look at the career stops, also in his career is an eagle just looking at regular season. Obviously, Carson hasn't had the playoff success. But I will say that in 2017 Carson once was one of the major reasons that they want no question of Super Bowl question. And I think that people don't give him enough credit. For his leadership. That year, he raised up everybody's level. I mean, you had, you know, Al Sean playing great. I mean, even angle are From men. I mean, they were all playing over their heads. And and I think Carson once doesn't get enough credit for that. I think he even raised Nick Foles is Ah, I don't know. You know that. That that all that I don't know. I mean, guys played well, but they also played well with false Of yourself. You know if you're saying went set it in motion. I mean, I can't prove that you can't prove it. Maybe maybe not. I don't know. I don't know that like I can't prove it. But I'm just saying that, but what I can will get the stats. You know if you want it, you know you both grab. He was awesome. He was awesome in 27. It's not just that, But it's his career, too. I mean, Nick is to 21 11 in the regular season with the Eagles. 26 20 to his career as a starter. You know, those were not those are not great that he's also 24 6 in his last 30 starts with the Eagles 20 for okay, but that you're taken out a section You're you're saying here's his last start. But what about the rest of what I would have? You know what I'm taking out is is the starts in his rookie year. When it was his rookie year. You know, half the team was injured. He was playing beyond line. That was okay. We'll have two teenagers, bad teams and you're holding it against Carson exclusively. You don't hold it against neck when the team was bad, it's been, but when you hold it against Carson, first off, these have been winnable games. And I've been very clear about that. And it is a bad roster, but they should have won two of the first three games this year, and they didn't and again. You don't know that you can't prove that well, I could use against me. But listen, Nick. 58 touchdowns. With as an eagle. He has 74 in his career in nine years, Carson has 100 Touchdowns. You know, I mean, that's where it matters. You know, that's the red zone and all that. So your brother you'd rather have once. That's fine, Mark. Yeah, again and I just It's a great It's a great phone call, even though I disagree with you as well thought out, Mark Mea. I appreciate it. Thank you. Give me a movie. Adapt. I wasn't going to say the 10 commandments, right? But that got taken, which is fine, so I'm going to go even further back. In the Bible, and I'm going to say Evan Almighty. Alright, man, Mark calls coming. Appreciate it. Yeah. You calling Great call? Very good. Call Robin Abington. Rob, you're on. Good afternoon, father tell you I don't do Well, Rob, I'm gonna do something I don't do often. I'm going to agree with Joe on two things. I do think that Carson need to play better. And I do believe the Eagles will be one and 21 and two instead of hotel in one, if not two, and 111, not one. No. I'm saying that he's saying what he believed. That's fine. But then your initial statement is wrong. As you said, You agree with me on two things and you name two things and one of them didn't agree with me. But he said, if you think that car at the end of the line cars need to play better, I said that and I said that and you affirm that I said that I agree with you. But you said there was two things. Well, a better record. That's fine. You're saying you agree with me that they would have a better record? That's better record. Okay, those two things that I agree with what we get past that. I think you're crazy. One who drafted a mobile quarterback. A mobile quarterback. Both The moment where we talking we're talking about when we talk about hurts. I don't know you're talking about okay? Even traffic because he was a mobile quarterback. Now you can't marry me when I bring this up, and I started thinking about it and you're to a degree on a far back or saying that bad player can't be good coach. But what I will say Dog..
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"bradford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Joining us for this week's marathon. Talk interview is Trail Ultra Manton, fell runner Carl Bradford. Regular. Longtime listener to the show may remember that back in episode three, hundred five. Five years ago. Now in November two, thousand fifteen, we spoke to Carl's wife Lottie. We're speaking to call this week. Nicole is a very good. Mansion runner fell run in a previous life was a bit of a Kayak. Finished in the top ten in the Lakeland ten peaks is completed the highland fling and the glencoe skyline, which is the hardest single die technical race in the skyline global series I think. He's a countryside manager for peak district national. Park and a regular experienced and competent runner who is kicked me around the peak district on several occasions. In fact, those of you who come to marathon talks run camp will know Carl and Lottie, because they're the wonderful. People that help us out when we do park round up and down the high peak trail bought running change for call in May twenty nine teen. When he got the flu symptoms after returning from race in Scotland, completely wiped out turned out it was lime disease local marathon talk called. I'm awesome. Good to hear from you. Show in. In that. In intro, and of course, we're I'm really looking forward to. Understanding a little bit more about. Lyme disease is impacted your running and and your life. Just so we can raise awareness. Really. Yes good to to talk about the opportunity to talk about it. 'CAUSE A lot of people may have heard of lyme disease, but props don't understand. What it is or how affects you and? Also how you can Protect Yourself. From if you do happen to be unlucky to get it. So yes good. Thanks. I think last time we ran together was probably when you took me on the section of the Dow. Skyline. Yeah it was early of last year thing. 'cause we it was kind of back end the win to two weeks before I'd rather not routing snow when you turned a wheel running in best in shows but Yeah we wanted to do skyline. Oh, you did the skyline foul rice So we went onto the plateau and I just remember like skipping down the steps what was the steps cooled towards the end of the name I can't remember. Jacob's Jacobs Ladder. It's the start of the pen on why so there's me likes laboring donate like some old boy with broken knees and ankles and you'll like banding down like a Gazelle running in. Running in the hills is what you love isn't it? Yeah I'm definitely not a road or enroll key a crack it, but got his punishing but yeah, definitely..
"bradford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"You rate your flag around the world holiday rush how you doing I about Tang. That's pretty hard. Isn't it? They. we both sat in Swedish. SAUNAS. Like these sheds a great man they're hot in the winter politics if you can hear that in the background, that is my silencing fan in the background. Cool. My back because it's so roasting like you say it's Boko Sheridan Woods. Lovely in the winter none of the Selah. What I've been doing, what have I been doing actually it feels like it's correctly quickly since I was last here last week I've been. and. Like I said, had some of my friends over my teammates and we did some socially distance running in the woods. Longley Longley by the way Nemi or yes. Dear around share, which is lovely. Amazing trails and you're really good really lovely and so we could course it was absolutely Roy as well. So luckily to cover club. But yeah, we were out that day on Saturday and then we played we played rounders in the evening of such good fun. I haven't played rounders such time but. We hit the ball around the park and it got so dark. We didn't really know where the ball when someone who it It sucks good farm but however, it was quite funny. The next day we were going to meet and do a trial run and so many people just message saying I actually caught me. That I pulled my quad or my arms her. Because we just properly going on around us and actually if you haven't been. Kate and you just sprint and everything else k. when you saw fourteen class things don't work that. So. So there was a few aching limbs say but yeah, it was really interesting post wasn't thereby Tom Actually on social media talking about running age forty plus. We should probably bring air some point in discussing it because. It's a really interesting topic of discussion. I think something prevalent in things do tend to hurt Mall Boso training age is is really important. So often if you're new runner in your forty, you're finding everything. Amazing. There's if you've been running for years already in your.
Father Shoots, Kills His Teen Daughters, Then Himself in Mesquite Dallas, Police Say
"The mesquite police department is investigating a double murder suicide lieutenant Steven bags with a mesquite police department says a sixty three year old man shot and killed his two teenage daughters and then shot himself inside their home on Bradford place of town east Boulevard he says the two daughters were sixteen and seventeen years old and had multiple gunshot wounds the father a gunshot wound to the head and usual for for our city or any others and it's just unfortunate it's a tragic situation especially when you've got young teenagers involved thank says they aren't releasing any names at this time while they notify family Kaplan's liar WBAP
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy gives daily coronavirus update
"And now governor Murphy is beginning a let's listen before I get to the daily numbers a couple of a couple of announcements and updates we had a good well Judy Pat myself First Lady and a handful of us had a good I thought video conference with the White House yesterday which had a particular focus on mental health in the implications to mental health from this pandemic crisis good discussion good exchange I also should say that while it wasn't the purpose for the call Tony felt she was in the room on the other end and I thought was he's usually woke up expressing Judy Bradford read big words of caution and I felt his comments about the early returns on the vaccine which have been reported yesterday were actually pretty upbeat relative to his normal demeanour so it's up to me was a big take away I also organized a call for I think about sixteen democratic governors and speaker Pelosi to go through eras act which includes a huge slug of direct federal cash assistance for states and counties and municipalities in addition to other elements that we have endorsed in fact we may have been among the first to endorse things like a two year moratorium on and lifting of the salt cap on a property taxes that that conversation lasted an hour the speaker laid out a set of principles of the heroes act we spoke as well about senator Menendez's very significant bill in the Senate with senator Cassidy he's picked up some co sponsors over the past number of days on the Republican side of the aisle which is I think it's a positive development but it was a really good conversation I want to thank my fellow governors I want thank the speaker especially so those are a couple of good conversations that we had after we were together last as we've been discussing over the past couple of weeks our ability to get on and stay on our road back relies heavily upon having an expanded and accessible program of testing I know Judy's gonna speak to the demand side of testing in her remarks this means that we not only will grow our internal programs but also that we will need partners in the private sector as well to help meet this demand Attorney General Gurbir Grewal wall along with the division of consumer affairs has authorized the more than eighteen thousand licensed pharmacist in New Jersey to administer FDA approved or authorized covert nineteen tests to their customers moreover the division's order for these tests to be given without a prescription and removes the requirement the pharmacists enter into explicit collaborative practice agreements with a physician
How to Feel Your Pandemic Feels
"Basically been living in the upside down where one global pandemic and to home is where the everything is allegedly essential jobs gyms daycare centers doctors offices. Your neighborhood B. Y. O. Beaver like they've all moved home. Yeah covert has really put a fresh spin on the idea of having it all kristen which is why. We're starting this season of unladylike with one of the most loaded questions you can ask someone these days. How are you doing? Yeah I mean I think we can all agree with the unladylike listener at the top of the show that it is not ideal. This is a super emotional. Time for folks on so many levels and a lot of us are experiencing just different shades of grief over lost loved ones lost jobs or simply just like a loss baseline peace of mind and kristen as of this recording. You and I haven't had close friends or family members who've gotten sick from Cova but the pandemic has definitely changed our plans for twenty twenty like by this time we would have already been back from an East Coast tour where we were supposed to meet one of our favorite humans face to face for the very first time. Yeah our first tour stop was going to be in. Chicago home to Tyler. Fetter the amazing artists who illustrated are unladylike book and we decided that we still needed to call up tyler anyway for this episode to find out how she's doing so tyler just published a book of her own and it honestly couldn't come at a better time for those grappling with a lot of loss right now dancing. The pity party is a graphic memoir. Which is like a graphic novel. But it's a true story. It's not like a regular memoir with a lot of graphic injury in. It feels weird every time I say Anyway it's about my mom dying of cancer when I was nineteen and it's like the whole Enchilada from Lake. She first felt symptoms diagnosis than when she died on the funeral. And everything and then learning to like be an adult without a living on and it's not one hundred percent sad. A lot of it is sad. But it's not only it's not like the no folk or something. This unladylike episode isn't one hundred percent sad. Ever Tyler says that creating dancing at the pity party was essential for her processing her. Mom's death and also being able to make art through that and we think that hearing from someone who's really been through it and come out the other side of grief can hopefully offer some perspective and comfort listeners. Right now and speaking of listeners. Kristen after we hear from Tyler we're going to hear from an ladies who've left us voice memos and called in to share. How cove is impacting. Their day to day lives. Then we're closing it out with a much-needed zoom trip to our favorite unladylike therapist Dr Joy Harden Bradford Christian one of the things I love the most about tyler is her way of embracing the absurdity and awkwardness in the awful. Like the time she and her two sisters had to make a very weird trip to the mall. We went shopping for like funeral. Close at Forever. Twenty one and it was like blasting like club music there and a cashier said to me in sister. Or are you looking for anything special? And we're like no that's just like keep going through all the colorful clothes trying to find anything. That was all black flash forward to this spring when tyler was supposed to be out and about for her dancing at the pity party book tour. And let's just say she hasn't needed to shop for any new outfits this time around. What is it been like to have your book come out during a pandemic? I mean not at all what. I was expecting this book. But it's kind of been nice. I mean it's such a personal story and it's about a time of like illness and death which is what's happening in the world right now so I don't know the fact that everyone is like stuck at home which is sort of the way I am even not when it's a pandemic feels like almost appropriate. It's like I don't know if it were like an adventure or something like an action book. Maybe it would be different. But it's this like emotional. Like family thing in everyone is emotional and stuck with their families. So a lot of people are experiencing grief right now. You know whether that's because family member passed or like just because life is so upside down but grief is never just like one thing and it's not static so I'm curious like how has grief evolved for you and what have you learned about it. Especially now that you've written a whole book about your mom. I think grief is something. That's really personal. And it's really different for every person who goes through it and it's something where you can't really predict how it's going to affect you so like when my mom I died. My Dad was just crying and public all the try and was kind of embarrassing the and but now I'm like you know what like it's fine. People can deal with seeing someone showing motion and like that's what he needed a now. He's doing way better and with me. I like got really sentimental in capped a ton of my mom's staff and I found myself being angry a lot at lake people who had complained about their moms where it's like. Oh my mom calls me too much. I just WANNA like punch face and I would never say any of that. I just feel like Oh yeah. That sucks but yeah. It's just everyone's different and it's still very much a part of my life. That's like another thing I've learned. It's not GonNa go away and I'm okay with that I mean so it's been eleven years now since my mom died and most of the time. I'm totally fine. It's just like something I know about myself is that I have a dad. Muhammad's like a quality of who I am but sometimes I'll just like have a whole like breakdown from like watching a movie or something really small and it's just like something I have to deal with just like any other part of my mental health has the like the current environment. The way things are like has this moment stirred up any additional emotions for you around the book or like around grief. I'm like not a particularly like touchy feely physically kind of person but I have just been wanting hugs so badly during the pandemic and I live by myself with a cat who does not like hugs but he has to deal with that. Because I'm going to give them anyway. But there is there's something relatable about the uncertainty and all of this and that was something that was really hard about my mom. Being sick is that we were sort of like itching for any kind of like positive like theories or possibilities that we could find so it sort of feels like. That's what we're doing now. It's like Oh could serve pandemic end by fall like. Are we going to be able to do Halloween? Like normal and that is like kind of how it was with my mom. I I used to think like a. Will she be able to see me graduate from College? Like do you think what's going to happen. And that uncertainty is really hard to sit with and I think we all have to do it now which is tough. What is your advice to listeners? Who want to support friends or loved ones who are experiencing grief but might not know the best way to express it and we don't want to be awkward and we don't want to bring it up because we make things uncomfortable but we also want people to know that we care. What as as someone who has gone through it. What's your advice for for folks? Who want help from the outside. I think something that's always nice is bringing up the person's parent or whatever loved one in a way that's like unrelated to their death or like if your friend mentions they're like dad or whoever to ask questions and be like. Oh Yeah what was he like? Or whatever because it's it's such like bomb to get to just talk about her when I'm sad talk about not sad stuff. I also found one of my cousins said to me after my mom died. Like I can't imagine what you're going through. And that was like my favorite thing that I knew on had said 'cause like he couldn't imagine it and he was like acknowledging that and it just made it easier to talk to him about it just like it really like validated. How I was
Canoe plants can feed the modern world
"This is Connor Lennon from UN news. The cultivation of traditional but now largely overlooked foodstuffs could help to sustain populations in the modern world according to a research technician at the breadfruit institute at Hawaii's National Tropical Botanical Garden the Stockbridge breadfruit which tastes similar to potato one of around twenty seven so called canoe plants that were brought by boats to the Hawaii archipelago in the Pacific Ocean by early Polynesian Settlers. Who arrived by sea centuries ago in modern times? It is four now to favor as a staple dish despite its nutritious versatile nature but now the breadfruit institute promoting it as a response to critical global food security issues especially for Developing Island States Donald Dickinson met research technician and Pharma No Dickinson. Who is no relation under a breadfruit tree at the National Tropical Botanical Gardens on the audit of Kawhi and began by asking him to describe what the plant looks like? Just a quick and dirty description. I believe would be easiest to Equated to a soccer ball with smaller segments and then imagine the soccer ball is green and much more textured and quite delicious and starchy. That's a breadfruit who eat suits. And how do they eat it? It's a fruit that grows on a tree. It's actually a a female flower. The tree itself sets both female and male flowers. You eat the female flowers. Which are the fruit here in Hawaii locals? Eat it not as prevalent as other island states or island nations of the Pacific because it was never a staple starch traditionally for Hawaiian people. But it was one of their canoe plants. So what do you mean by canoe plant so canoe? Plants are set of about twenty seven plants that were brought by voyaging people that were looking to settle islands so as the people of the Pacific became the people of this Pacific migrated out of Southeast Asia. They brought with them a set of utility plants for house building for Canoe building for Weaving for food. Obviously and so there are multitude of plants. Like Bradford that are multi use so for wood and food and the leaves and medicinal purposes as well?
Jazz great Ellis Marsalis Jr. dead at 85; fought virus
"Ellis Marsalis junior jazz pianist teacher and patriarch of a New Orleans musical plan that includes famed performer sons Winston and Bradford has died after battling pneumonia brought by the new coronavirus one of his sons said late Wednesday the sunsets ammonia was the actual thing that caused his demise but it was Ramon you brought on by code
"bradford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Through our Chad Bradford through cancer called a board Ted Abernathy and I'll go back even today because I'd I'll go back to the you know before your father was born maybe come back to look at any of this you know I'm done I do some research has some history about you know that some of the older guys in like the cuisine varies and hence colds and stuff like that and and those guys had you know a long successful careers and a lot of them you know spend a good amount of time in the minor leagues just like I did you know there is a career stiffness or didn't start till they were close to thirty so that's encouraging for me and then you know we talk about fastball commander and I watched a few clips of Chad Bradford Fitch and he is the epitome of fastball command yeah I saw a pitch with the ETS I was there when he did in can market told me this great managers could manager Kenny Moscow he said the save can come anytime in the ball game and if you come in the sixth inning when you got second and third and two outs and Chad Bradford would come in to get his ground ball get out of the inning and then the bullpen would take over the seventh for the save was Chad Bradford and that can come anytime and again that's the anytime you can come in in a high leverage chance with runners on base before the ninth inning I agree with you that's that's one of the the most important parts of all games and you know and there's few if you sit there in those managers like you mentioned they know win that at bat is the outcome of the game if you have any and it's fun to watch and fans love it and then we get a lot of calls about you and who knows who the closure of beer where it's all going to go but you're in the big leagues and you made it and you getting people out and that's what it's all about Sir Richard Avedon enjoys spring training.
Microsoft vs. Amazon vs. White House = Pentagon cloud project delay
"Dollar Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure Project for Jedi is designed to create a single cloud computing infrastructure for the US military. It is on hold dramatic backstory. A controversial bidding process seemed to be a slam dunk for Amazon. Other companies protested president trump intervened and then. The contract was awarded to Microsoft. An Amazon protested earlier this month. The judge stopped the Pentagon for moving forward while it all gets worked out. Patrick Tucker is technology editor for defense one and our regular guest on this story. I asked him if you surprise that. A judge sided with Amazon for now. I'm not surprised that they obtained this injunction on the one hand. They do have a lot of good indication that there was some political influence on this in things. That Defense Secretary Mark Esper- may have said or done there is all of Donald Trump public statements. Which do suggest there might be something if you talk to folks in the Pentagon they'll tell you that we've looked at this and the thing is as we created this idea. Microsoft can actually do it while this fight is happening. What are the stakes? I mean you know. The Pentagon has has clearly successfully made the argument that they need to move forward with this consolidation. How big a deal and potentially risky are delays Well it depends on who you ask for instance if you talked to the tenant general Bradford sure woo. The delays are very costly potentially harm national security. They are going to make it more difficult for operators That are potentially in real conflict situations to get data and send data as quickly as possible for them to do. And it's actually well pastime. The Pentagon had an enterprise cloud solution. So you've got a situation. Where Amazon is kind of arguing against what it added previously said and where the Pentagon says that. It's really time to get moving on this. Both are by me the other for the delays but both have apartment. So what happens next? What's the next chapter? You know someone talks to folks in the Pentagon. I feel pretty confident that either of these two major cloud providers would probably be fine But the question of undue political influence on military contracting. That's something that's within the public interest and it's something that the public should be talking about. It's not something that you want. You don't want to set a precedent where elected leaders are telling the Pentagon Who they have to go with for a contract because That political leader has a favorite or animus towards one provider or another so What's next hopefully as we begin to get a window into whether or not. That's what actually happened here. And if if that's what happened to talk about it. Patrick Tucker is technology editor for defense. One News site focused on national security. In addition to the Politics Amazon Web Services has argued that Microsoft's tech is also inferior. Microsoft has said it believes the process was fair.
Diamondbacks' Madison Bumgarner secretly competes in rodeo events
"Arizona Diamondbacks left hander Madison Bumgarner has been competing in rodeo events under the alias Mason's Saunders and even one of twenty six thousand five hundred sixty dollars and a team roping competition in December according to a story published Sunday by the athletic Bumgardner was told I told the website that he has discreetly competed in rodeos for awhile including in March of last year two days before pitching for the San Francisco Giants in a cactus league spring training game he's been roping since he was fifteen or sixteen and said he's been added so long that quote it's just part of who you are he's the twenty fourteen World Series MVP if he agreed to an eighty five million dollar five year contract with the Diamondbacks this past December and I'm sorry Courtney if I was the diamond backs I wouldn't be thrilled to find out that my ace left hander yes competing in rodeos in the offseason this is the same guy who got injured on a dirt bike do not remember that when he was with the giants and that was a serious injury that put him out for a very long time no wonder he was performing I guess you want to call that under a pseudonym or a fake name because had you found out about this the Diamondbacks might not have spent eighty eighty five million dollar a gigantic sum over a five year contract on this guy I mean it doesn't make any sense like I understand the thrill of competition and this is who we is but these risky things every sport has stuff like this written into players contracts that you cannot do I mean I always go back to when it when he got hurt in San Francisco a few years ago do you remember the month Taylor's thing when he was with the warriors he fell off the scooter when he went back to Mississippi for the offseason S. lied about it yeah that was a story that came to mind and I feel like any time something like this it comes to the light I'm not one of these people is like all the cool funny look how cute of the story is I'm like what is he thinking like you get injured and made these you know these are animals eat these things have a mind of their own they're powerful they're strong and certainly he's you know well conditioned and knows how to be around horses but you know that to me is way too big of a risk if I'm a professional athlete you know the prime of my career to take but you know he's done it before and that he is you know we don't really get that much of outside having serious injuries at receiver big penalty from the team for you know the motorbike thing according to have the details how did he come up with the alias of Mason's Saunders instead of going with you know his own name Madison Bumgarner sell it this came from directly from the athletic article that broke the story said quote if you competed as Madison Bumgarner every phone camera in the area that would have been trained on him he said so he devised Mason Saunders the surname is the maiden name of his wife Allie Mason is a shortened version for Madison and it's something allegedly his wife called him out in public so people don't recognize them so very clever I'll give him that but I don't think the whole thing is a buzz saw her story totally bizarre and the other thing is you know if this was an NBA player everybody would recognize them already because NBA players are actually recognizable it just goes to show you how anonymous baseball players are that the most clutch postseason pitcher maybe of all time can compete in rodeos and nappy racket I think what I know it's wild lake in the in the fact is here like he continues to go what do these very risky things it just doesn't seem to care yeah if you get caught I mean there's the photo in that athletic article where he's smiling and you know he's with I guess that it's a two person thing that team roping so I hope twenty six thousand dollars I hope that Madison Bumgarner did not keep that for myself given the gigantic contract he just signed in December the but yeah he looks he's not there we is in this picture I mean I just think it's hilarious how almost incognito so many baseball players can live their lives in that matter just because they blend in because they're not these gigantic athletes by and large I mean they're not six eight or you know they don't think Shaquille o'neal out there everybody would be able to tell if you're you know for the most part with NBA athletes I just don't understand why when you have hit the genetic lottery anyway to be able to throw the ball a hundred miles an hour the end and to be able to make eighty six million dollars really it's more than that doing this why you would ever risk your body or put like what your fans in your organization is rooting for on the line so recklessly and you pointed out he already ruined the giants season aired my fantasy baseball season which is far more important Courtney by falling off of that dirt bike a couple years ago and here he is I guess he says I'm just going to live my life and Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen told the athletic that quote he was not going to get into discussing specific contract language but you pointed this out that we know the player contracts have I can't imagine that the Diamondbacks are cool with their ace pitcher also being a rodeo road being a cowboy literally let alone they don't want to be a Dallas cowboy let alone in being a literal cowboy well I just remember a couple years ago at the end I felt combine whistle and was talking to Mike Zimmer about you know the quarterback situation at that point he had said that Sam Bradford had a degenerative knee I come to find out later that offseason I was speaking with Kyle Rudolph who said that he went skiing with Sam Bradford that off season right around the time of the combine so I'm thinking to myself you are here you are a health concern and you're going skiing or you could very easily risk tearing your ACL for a third time and you already had your season cut short because of injury like I wonder if these guys just do it for the thrill or maybe they just don't care because they have ungodly amounts of money to begin with if they feel like they can the kind of invincible they can do whatever they want but you do wonder like this has to be in contract language if you cannot do things like this because we know across sports there's certain things you're just not able to do I it's a liability reasons you ever been to a rodeo Courtney I half I went Mississippi when I work down there the show but county fair rodeo I've been to the Cheyenne frontier days shout out if you're listening in Cheyenne Wyoming on the ESPN radio affiliate there I gotta tell you it's oddly it is oddly entertaining but the the thrill of it is almost that you think that the that the ball right is just going to charge and block these cowboys into next year it is one of the most dangerous things I have ever seen and I never in my life once thought you know what it be cool to jump in there with these bowls and try to try this on for for my but how do you even practice you know you kind of just have to get in there and and take it on right yeah I guess I guess so what I mean I've seen the photos of Madison Bumgarner I'd taken the horse around the warning track at AT&T park when he was still a giant I just think that that's who he is this is got this guy is a country bumpkin at heart from North Carolina and I I just think that he grew up this way and it's always gonna be a part of him so he feels like Hey I'm an able bodied individual and I also have more money than anybody at this rodeo thing I'm gonna do what I want and it's somebody else take issue with it I'm sure they actually would found out about it right now well look I know why it's so good in the clutch in game seven of the World Series because if that that's nothing compared to facing down the eyes of a bull
Tua Tagovailoa's Recovery Shakes Up the NFL Draft
"Time last year to ten goodbye. Loa was the consensus number one overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft but when a devastating hip injury in November ended his season at Alabama his NFL future was cast into doubt now with new reports. That too is recovery is on track. Teams are debating whether his elite talent is worth the risk and the entire draft. Looks like mystery? I mean at times? It's Tuesday February. Eighteenth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Todd Todd mcshay is an NFL draft in college football analyst for ESPN so todd. The last time we saw Tunga Velo on a football field. He was getting started off with a hip injury and it ended his season and Alabama title hopes along with it. News broke last week regarding the status of his recovery. What we know now well first of all I was there that day and it was brutal to watch behind. He's down to us. Down Helmet came off. This is exactly what you did not want to see happen and I was probably ten. Maybe twenty yards away from him as the to. Mississippi state defenders converged on him. And you could just tell right away. Something was wrong but then I saw the bloody nose at first and they said the trainers got. The plastic wraps in there has the gloves on their hands and and I just thought all right. They're they're just taking care of his nose and he'll be done for the day and then he went to stand up and you could tell just how deep his knee drove his leg into his hip that something was seriously wrong so it's good to hear that he has passed his first test. If you will sources confirm to ESPN at the most recent tests show is healing well and has good range of motion to what could get back to football activities in a month if he continues to progress well and is now moving onto the second phase of of the Rehab and recovery stage. There's still a lot left to determine and there's still a lot of rehab to go so that's going to be the biggest thing in terms of his evaluation between now and late. April's draft is where is he? And what are the doctors really? Think about the long-term WanNa talk to you about his injury and the draft. And you know the time line for all of that but I I wanNA talk to you. About what a good football player he is because prior to that injury he was the base star in college football. And you've been watching him for a long time wind it I strike you. This guy's got this stuff how `bout that throw in the national championship talk. He had never started a game and now he's in the National Championship with the game on the line he was coming off of a bad play was able to shake it off. He's keeping his is down the middle of the field and he's working that safety just a little bit to the right. He's trying to move the safety as much as he can because if he does. He knows that he has Smith's breaking down the sidelines. The is move the safety just enough for him to go back to Smith and make the throw of the year. I mean he just knew the spot that he had to get it to and to come in the second half and to have the confidence to lead Alabama to a victory. That kind of told me everything about him. And from that point he kept developing. But if you go back and just really study his tape the things that make him special his deep accuracy is as good as you're gonNA say he's so quick twitch he's like a drew brees from the left handed side you know just how how works in the pocket and goes from one read to the next but keeps his is married to his feet. He fits what you want in today's NFL. But is he going to be healthy enough to with that hip recovery to to have that quick twitch nece and and the ability to to move as quickly as he has tie? You're around these players but also these programs. What did you hear about how to? Oh was handling the injury in his rehab process. Everyone loves him. There's a calmness and a poise about him that you rarely see with with college quarterbacks or any college player so. I'd like to leave you with this from one of my favorites McGraw songs. When you get where you're going don't forget turn back around and have the next one in line. Always stay humble and kind so confident but so humble talking. Nfl SCOUTS IN GM's not a negative word about him. He's a special human being and wherever he winds up going. He's going to be the face of the franchise obviously but he's kind of a culture changer if you will and and. I think that's part of the draw in part of his value. It's not just this injury right. He's had other injuries that have caused him to miss time. He broke a finger sprained. A knee injured his quad. The ankles even before all of this. How much of a concern with that? It's a big. It really is a big concern and the problem is if you study the history of it if you look back. I think it's the last ten years or seven quarterbacks that had college injuries there were first round draft picks that all of them have had some varying kind of durability issues in the NFL from Rg. Three to SAM. Bradford Shawn Watson Marcus Mariota Carson wentz Teddy Bridgewater Jake Locker. All of these guys have gone on to have injuries now. They're not always the same injuries. Some guys are are just injury-prone and just knowing. Nfl teams in the amount of time and the amount of studies that they do. Especially at this position. Especially with first round picks. That are going to cost you. When you're talking about quarterbacks in the top ten twenty to thirty five million dollars in guaranteed money they're doing the research on this and they all know this. You know your job over the course of these college football seasons you're not just evaluating these players you're thinking about where they'll be drafted if to ahead gun her at that point in the season where do you think he would have gone. I think he would be the first overall pick. I think if two was healthy Cincinnati would be taking to a number one overall. I really do if he didn't suffer that injury. We would be having a great debate between two a ton of Iowa and Joe Borough but ultimately my guess is that too would probably be the decision at Number One and knowing Cincinnati. They'd probably they do something to maybe move out of that spot. Make a mistake and let Miami or the chargers Carolina come up and get that pick. If I'm being honest he's he's better than Joe Borough and I love Jober but if you tell me these two guys are going to have ten year careers with no injuries. I'm taking two but then I've got a measure. R Joe Borough has been durable. Jost has shown the ability to kind of fight through pain a little bit more and to stay healthy and so. That's really the deciding factor. In my opinion I have to ask you know. Why do you think he's better than borough? I mean rose coming off of arguably the greatest season we've ever seen by college quarterback. What is it about two as game that you prefer? If I knew he was going to be healthy I think he just kind of fits a little bit better in terms of what what the NFL is today. Terms of getting the ball out quickly and being decisive and then also when you take shots down the field. But I I love Joe Borough to if I WAS CINCINNATI. I would take her over to because of the durability issues. Borough is worth the the first overall pick and I think Cincinnati would be making mistake if they didn't take jober tied. You have to take proof your analysis because you're gonNA get clipped saying to us better than Joe Borough and that's GonNa Follow you forever. You've been spending too much time around.
What Really Happened at the Munich Security Conference
"I today. We're going to learn a NE- word Westland snus. It is the idea that the West is somehow absent from the global stage less significant in part because of the rise of China in part because of the rise of DONALD TRUMP IT C- theme of this year's Munich security conference in which Germany's president said. The United States now rejects even the idea of an international community. That's walls intern rejected by the secretary of state. Does anyone believe Mike upon payers denials? David Hudson h-honestly chief Brussels correspondent at politico and was at the security conference joins me now on the line. Dave dimension the The theme being West Listeners. How did this manifest itself at the conference? There was a lot of discussion and there is every year at the Munich security conference about the decline of the West the fretting over where that Western alliance the transatlantic relationship is. But there is something quite different that everybody could feel this year. Which is that the gap between the Europeans and the Americans is so much greater than anyone has seen it in our lifetimes. And that's really what they're talking about is the idea of a unified west which you could include. Even some eastern partners like Japan into but the idea of rule of law and a the NATO alliance and the idea of collective action on the biggest issues facing people all over the world. And that just doesn't exist right when now you add up the three years of Donald Trump's presidency. Us obviously headed to an election. And you look at everything from climate policy to the Iran. Nuclear deal whether it's unsecurity whether it's on the environment anywhere you look there are just these gaps and so the secretary of state. Mike Pompeo you know folks were sitting with their hands in their laps tapping on their phones but not one drop of applause when he declared the West is winning normally. That should bring everybody to their feet. They're all there to represent different aspects of that western thinking and in fact crickets silence. The justice no faith that any of those words mean anything. I mentioned the president of Germany amendment to our frontal steinmeier was very outspoken. When my Pompeo is there is the? Us Senate acted as if an attitude of every man for himself could work a global policy. You Have Emmanuel macron that saying that there was a need to act at a European level to counter this perceived weakening of an alliance with the US but does Europe have the capacity yet to speak with one voice. Well you're obviously has its own disagreements and the chairman of the conference Ish Sugar warned against this. As did remarkably the secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg who rarely rarely ever diverges from his talking points about unity where he warned in. This seemed to be directed at macron not to talk down the capabilities of NATO and talk up the differences among allies but there are clear differences among these allies and of course trump is responsible for a lot of them when you see the US pull out unilaterally in northeast Syria when you see the US in Turkey both NATO members forced to reach some kind of a peace agreement among themselves. You say what's going on here. Those are countries that are supposed to be on the same side. So you're Ab- certainly has differences that it needs to resolve but on big ticket items especially the priority that everyone agrees is facing the entire planet on Climate Change. Europe does in fact speak almost universally with one voice small exceptions about timing and how to get to certain goals but overall the goals are the same trump of course pulls out of that climate accord pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal. He's gone his own way. I sat down with a few callings and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Todd Walters and you hear him speak and you realize that there's an American mindset especially when it comes to the Middle East that no one else. Shares trump pushing for NATO to be more active in the Middle East which goes against the founding treaty of NATO The Washington Treaty which says these are countries at work together in the Euro Atlantic sphere. And I said to the general said this is in your title your Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Is that going to change? We become sec or me to add in the Middle East and there's no clear message. That Defense Secretary Asper was at NATO before coming to the Munich. Security Conference did not give those NATO allies. A sense of what it is that Donald Trump is looking for and again in Munich. The sort of conclusion was okay. Mike Pompeo and Marcus were there speaking to the boss back home telling him. The West is winning when nobody actually sees that David stay with us because also the line is Paul Rogers professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford while we were mentioning With David other the reaction to Mike Pompeo's speech the problem. I suppose is that the US Secretary of state goes to me and you can says no no trans. Atlantic alliance is as strong as it ever was but but he's bosses given every impression for four years now that he doesn't care at all about America's strategic partnerships. I think that's really a key issue. It's very much longer allies. David was just saying what has happened. I think is the Europeans for the first two years of the trump administration still tend to think this was an operation in the American political scene over the last year in particular the last couple of months they country is that trump may well get reelected emphatic present. He probably will do even if he isn't They feel as being a change in the American mood. That the change of the psalter political psychology even of the country and that is represented by trump and the many people who support him. So you have that the other thing as far as I can see within the United States so you basically have two things going on at the same time you had the contract trump vision but you have the more length assists vision and that apparently was very well represented a community at Munich. Many people from Congress many of the State Department people even those states is pretty weak present with much more on the traditional side but they basically differ from what is coming out trump. And frankly whether we like it or not. The American the Europeans dude actually listen to trump's tweets and take them very seriously so I think you you have this sort of basic difference and then looming all of that are the differences within Europe. Basically mechanised particularly weak at present. You have Britain opting out so to speak and then of course you have the China situation as well. Whether it's a difference I think between the European and the American views. The trump views that he let me put it that way. David Paul just mentioned China and Mike Pompeo talked again about the the the US's from a growing Increasingly increasingly assertive. China is Europe. Going to be on board with that top priority. I survey the citizens done ahead of this conference. The studio what size should your beyond worthy to be a full on conflict within the US and China on the majority of the citizens who questions that actually Europe should be neutral. You know a lot of this. Debate centered around technology and the Chinese firm alway which the US The trump administration has made clear that it seems as a real risk and trump was quite roundly rebutted on that by Germany by the UK even the UK which of course has to negotiate a trade deal coming up with the United States and one of the message. One message that the Americans were carrying back from the European side was qualify. Has Technology that the West if you WANNA call it? That doesn't have so in that sense. You're not winning. And the question is what alternative. Can you offer either? You let Europe and the United States be left behind on five G. or you work with wallet or you have some alternative now. The alternatives are not easy chatter about. Could there be a state investment. Something's very un-american into Nokia or Ericsson but the point is if there is a technology that China has and everybody else doesn't it's clear the West has fallen a stepper a half step behind in that sense but since you have Paul there who's who's talking about peace studies. There's another gap we saw in Munich. Which has some really big big issues that this conference used to focus on that because of what one former Senator Sam Nunn? I talked to called vivid all these sort of flashes and disagreements in In politics we're forgetting about the vital nuclear non-proliferation the fact that most of the non-proliferation architecture has been falling apart under trump the IMF treaty intermediate range. Nuclear forces. Treaty doesn't exist anymore. The new start treaty is going to expire in February. And what are these powers going to do to protect citizens from what is one of the greatest threats out there? Paul What do you? What do you make of that idea? That a lot of other issues as simply being forgotten at the moment I couldn't agree. More than Davis spot. On the nuclear thing I think is much more important than people generally realizes rather receded but there are two other issues gained one. He mentioned with climate change. This is the Big Issue Weld Wahid for the next two years it actually surpasses everything else and yes. The Europeans are more united on this which I think is very welcome as he said with a few exceptions but the United States takes a very different view as well. Brazil China to some extent endangered in Australia and set me. Russia isn't a weld unity. On this the most important issues. What in the world. The other thing I'd say is that while the kind of world economic model we have at present is delivering a great deal for relatively small number of people you got more and more people pretty well educated on the margins who do not fair sharing in in what they deserve and you're seeing this in the many political disturbances social disturbances seen in cities across the world last six to nine months in the recent past That again just doesn't fig you have these very big issues. Marginalization climate change on the nuclear issue which to not get the attention they deserve and that I think is one of the things where to some extent The whole Munich conference thing which is now being running. What nearly sixty years. Something like that Is Not really fully fit for purpose even though it may be better than the past let me just ask you both briefly before we before we end I read. I read one piece about the miniskirt weekend that said law international orders never last forever a maybe this is just the beginning of the end of the Post Second World War transatlantic order. I mean body. Think some some logic behind that there is some logic behind that and of course if it means the start of anew globalism a willingness to address Commonwealth problems. That would be good but the problem. Is that the men. We don't have that In fact the divisions at great sesame there things are changing and it will depend a Fab it I think on whether trump gets reelected in December but things are changing and one has to accept that we simply don't know whether go but there is a need for much more globalist attitude when David it does seem to all hinge. Doesn't it on what happens in America in November? Well there is a big question of if that old order is falling apart. What is the New Order? That take shape right. The world is smaller than ever people are more interconnected than ever so the great powers don't necessarily need to dictate things but we also saw at Munich. I said it was a lot of navel-gazing but not a lot of introspection. Yeah there was a report in The Washington Post Enter last year that twenty years of American failure in Afghanistan you would think at a security conference where the US is seen as the leader on security and defence issues. Folks would be asking. Hey what the heck happened there? How did you drag us all into this mess? And how do you avoid that going forward into the future and those kinds of tough questions again? The vivid trump was very much fretted about but the vital of how do you avoid getting sucked into twenty years of failed war where neither Afghanistan nor Iraq nor anybody else's better off? You have to wonder. Why weren't those tough questions being asked and who will start to shape that new order to replace the old order? That's falling away David Harrison on and Paul Rogers thank you both very much of your time
Texas teen told he won't be able to walk at graduation unless he cuts his dreadlocks
"To Texas teenagers are facing in school suspensions and other disciplinary action for refusing to cut their dreadlocks seventeen year old yonder ray Arnold and his sixteen year old cousin Kate and Bradford have both been warned that the length of their dreadlocks violates the district's dress code policy but the school district denies that their dress code policy is
Why Harry and Meghan are stepping back
"Big big news from the Sussex is who announced on January the eighth that they would like to step back from their roles of senior members of the Royal Family and and that will be what we'll be talking about this entire episode. We're GONNA be diving into everything you wanted to know about the situation what it is a couple want how we got to this point. The future looks like a much much more before. I'm joined by my guest this week. Cruise ship the editor. ICT News here in the u the UK. I just want to look at what sort of started this on January the eighth Wednesday. I remember it well because my phone went absolutely ballistic Harry and Meghan released the following statement. They said after many months of reflection and internal discussions have chosen to make the transition this year and starting to carve out a progressive new role within the institution. We intend to step back senior members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent while continuing to support Her Majesty the Queen the statement goes on to say the couple wants to continue the honor of their duty to the Queen to Commonwealth and their patronage is but they would also like to embrace the geographic balance in their life to raise archie with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born and also provide their family with the space to focus on the next exch- chapter and that next chapter of course is the Sussex Royal charity that will be launching. Well listen the data change at this point but it was it supposed to be launching towards the beginning of the second quarter of this year. And that's really going to be. I guess where Harry and make more anchor. A lot of their work A lot of details still needs to be hashed out of course at is the clamper Sive effort with the Queen Prince of Wales the Cambridge. We don't quite know where this is going to happen but to talk us through all of this. I won't be alone this week. I'm joined by V news role at its. I would say my friend and Chris ship so I high joining me on here. Thank you very much. You've done me the honor of being on One of my digital shows so I thought I would at least return attend. The favorite is a pleasure to be talking to you. What we've had your colleague? You're very popular colleague with our listeners. lizzy on the show before so some would say the the hardworking calling. I think everyone is very much hard-working this week. It has blinded. How do you feel right now? I feel like I've been hit in the face by a by double decker bus I'm a little frazzled. A little tired. There's a lot to unpack and that's kind of what I wanted to switch great to be just really take a look at everything. I have had so many questions on social media. I'm sure you have as well. There's a lot of people. Don't quite understand obviously see that goes right to the top because I think there's a lot the senior aides working in Palestine quite understand at the moment. You're you're right and I think actually you know we're we're talking about the blindsided saying Ah to do this story. I mean it's clear as they didn't know that the statement was coming or at least they got a couple of minutes notice before people like you and me found out But I think they they they knew something was on the way I mean. Discussions in a very similar new sentence have been happening for at least a week or site beforehand but no one expected Harry and Meghan Zico House. We put this to go nuclear press that button and the way they did on on Wednesday night. Yeah I think that they had been a build up you know. Look if we want to. We can go back as far as beginning. If Autumn last year I think that being a lot of conversations within team mm Sussex and amongst the couple and their friends for quite some time about wanting to bring in some change. I think they felt quite frustrated about things and obviously there some things that happened in the past at. They're still haven't quite gotten over yet. Yeah I'd agree with you and I I think because I was involved with the big documentary entry that we made on my TV last year when they spoke to Tom Brady about all their difficulties in trouble. The rest of it. I mean I was with him for a lot of that now. I was watching it. Unfold phoned in front of me and I kinda get the sense that they were they wanted that to not any sort of reliefs vowels if you like but also just to set the ground around two so almost a warning shot to the rest of the family. That sings really aren't going very well. It's not just a niggle hair on there. Will there and you you know if you look back now. You can see that something monumental as we've had this week was on. Its Way and that was their way of a signalling handling to the rest of the world and the rest of the family that that something had to change. Yeah a potentially the you can only say that they have sort of I guess. Plan this stay. Stay step by step. I think the public being quite confused with this news had they've not had insight into their sort of state of mental wellbeing. Yeah they they could. They couldn't have planned you know as accurately as perhaps they wanted to but I think the thing they did have a long term plan to say if we do this and if we do talk to Tom Tom on the documentary and if we do hint a little about some of the big problems that we're having then that will pave the way make it a little easier for when we're in the new year we we we We we tell them that we want to do things differently. And obviously the six weeks in Canada was where they crystallized all that thinking all that fresh air all those mountains NHS and all that Sierra on the west coast of Canada was clearly the reason for gave him the opportunity. I think just to to sit down and go. What are we going to do? Are we really really gonNA stick with this for the next thirty years and they decided no. We won't see yeah. You have to wonder whether at the start of the week of severe at Canada House House for the reception that they attended. They wanted to give their thanks to the High Commissioner F older hospitality. They received in Canada and the support. They've received from the country tree itself. You have to wonder if they knew in the back of their minds that this was about to happen and at that point because they seem rejuvinated they seemed in great spirits. We were joking about a nine Mo- bars that was vie for the start of the week story. The big story was the no nine which I will now eat again. When I go to Canada the it took custody biscuit and And actually I saw because I was the the the the rotor correspondent on the visit. I saw that Some of Harry Meghan. I can stop left with some of these denominations wrapped up in plastic film and they took them home with them. So I don't know how many Harry had over the last I have After his history of that night there was a sugar hit. I think I would describe it as sustenance for heavy week ahead. Yeah I could do with one right now to be fair uh-huh but of course you know thinks quickly change and you know we had the announcement not then very quickly followed with the reaction from the palace which seemed weekly sleep together. I think there was a period between Harry and Meghan statement coming out and now saying from the palace. Every single phone across the households Holtz was engaged off unavailable one hundred percent. Yeah I couldn't agree with you more. And those ninety minutes I think between Harry Megan statement and the one from the palace that was let what two sentences long with very terse and short and abrupt insides we. Hey what they say. But we haven't got the first clue what to do about any any of it I think that reflected the I think we can call it anger anger frustration disappointment of on day. One if you like the day that Harry and make like an issue that statement and very quickly. It's almost perhaps they. They decided that this was the distracted. You take very quickly on day two. Was this Thursday I Then it was like okay. This isn't it was it was put to me. This isn't the pitch that we want to be playing but now we're on it's we're going to get on it own with it and decide what what on earth to do and and how to engage with them so that they're not they don't WanNa be on this pitch but they basically being forced to play on it. Exactly actually a friend of mine called that statements Simeon Texans at stiff upper lip rage. Yes yes absolutely dissipated overnight or maybe it's just a realization that you know we simply haven't gotten a choice is people that we've put a crack home exactly in and and you know almost twenty twenty four hours. Later we received guidance from Buckingham Palace confirming that the Queen and Prince of Wales Chief Cambridge of old directed teams to one's together at say at pace ace with the governments in the Sussex household to find workable solutions. So it's really went in the direction Harry and Meghan wanted and stop awesome. It started to make sense why it perhaps happened in this way. I think I agree with you. An Uber I was surprised by the. We're going to do this in days as no we. It's given how many sort of constitutional and financial decisions there ought to make military ones as well you get. Harry is the Captain General of the British. Royal Marines Leans which was a position that he took from the Edinburgh and the He retired he even Christmas type. Just I just think there were so many things to decide on here. Can they really by what Tuesday Wednesday of next week. All this sorted out. I mean I. I think that's a really tool that determined to do it. I think yeah and I think almost almost dare whether they do actually source all of this and that time they're under pressure to show that they have control of the situation because for you know three reese senior oils the current reigning monarch in the next two in line for them to look like this is out of control is just not an option. Yeah I agree with you and also to get. Yeah next week. The there's a particularly big visit for William and Kate in Bradford City in the northern England. If anyone listening to this outside the UK in Yorkshire and they want to focus on their some of their priorities like social cohesion. Brentford is a very multicultural city. an and unless there's some I'm sort of holding statement or some kind of you know initial planning your decision announced to the press full this visits will most. There's going to be about it's going to be you know it's going to be all about Harry and Meghan and and how these negotiations is still going on. Which is why I think we will get something however limited that might be By by Tuesday or Wednesday of next
"bradford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Mark Bradford and use it that's the to this day building up the layers of paper on the cam this is just the beginning of his process he then starts to peel cut and send them down it's been taking long it's like an archaeological day it is like an archaeological dig like history I'm creating my own archaeological or psycho psychological digs sometimes when I'm digging on my own painting I'm asking myself what exactly what are you digging for where are you Britney what adult child see look look at that see now see that I like a lot of people get it abstract painting and think it's squiggles it's torn paper I don't understand it yeah that's true but for me those squiggles and torn paper gives me a space to kind of do on things like the watts riots I'm grappling with how I feel about that subject and that material I DO grapple with things I great grab with things personally and no racially and politically what does it mean to be me mark Bradford has been grappling with that question in his or her for the last eighteen years for making paintings out of St posters like those offering predatory loans in low income neighborhoods to creating works that address HIV aids racism and the complexity of American history when did you lose fifty eight years old now and it's six foot eight stands out in a crowd from what still lives in south Los Angeles where he grew up now when he was eight he says he began to get bullied by neighborhood kids that was the first time I felt different that was the first time I was aware of my sensitivity because the first time someone said you're you you you're you're a sissy I definitely knew that I had to learn to navigate in a more cautious way so that I could survive I just never had a problem being me so even though people who they were calling your syncing and they do make you want to try to change yourself not really no not really I just don't want to get my **** whipped he was raised by his mother Janice banks who owns her own beauty salon that's where Bradford would head every day after school I knew that I had to find a way to get across the school yard I knew that my mother was always going to be there once I got across school and maybe maybe I was in the hair salon every day watching women get across schoolyard I would hear their stories I would watch them go through and I just thought if they can do it I most certainly can do it referred started working in the salon as a teenager eventually becoming a hair stylist it was a safe place where he could be himself but that feeling disappeared in nineteen eighty one when his friends began dying from aids I know a storm was coming I knew that in the guide I knew that and people were just dying and that's what it felt like to me at eighteen years old I just was thinking how we going to make it through did you think you would make it for now no I didn't think I'd make it more into thinking he didn't have a future he didn't plan for one so when he was.
"bradford" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Mark Bradford and use it that's the bottom those days to this day building up the layers of paper on the Kim this is just the beginning of this process he then starts to peel caught and send them down which can take months it's like an archaeological day it is like an archaeological dig like history I'm creating my own archaeological or psycho psychological digs sometimes when I'm digging on my own painting I'm asking myself why exactly what are you digging for where are you Brady what adult child seat look look at that see now see that I like a lot of people get it abstract painting and think it's squiggles it's torn paper I don't understand it yeah that's true but for me those squiggles and torn paper gives me a space to kind of get unpacked things like the watts riots I'm grappling with how I feel about that subject and that material I DO grapple with things I great grab with things personally and no racially and politically what does it mean to be me mark Bradford has been grappling with that question in his or her for the last eighteen years for making paintings out of St posters like those offering predatory loans in low income neighborhoods to creating works that address HIV aids racism and the complexity of American history when did you lose fifty eight years old now and it's six foot eight stands out in a crowd still lives in south Los Angeles where he grew up now when he was eight he says he began to get bullied by neighborhood kids that was the first time I felt different that was the first time I was aware of my sensitivity that's the first time someone said you're you you you're you're a sissy I definitely knew that I had to learn to navigate in a more cautious way so that I could survive I just never had a problem being me so even though people who they were calling your system you need to make you want to try to change yourself not really no not really I just do wanna get mass what he was raised by his mother Janice banks who owned her own beauty salon that's where Bradford would head every day after school I knew that I had to find a way to get across the school yard I knew that my mother was always going to be there once I got across school and maybe maybe I was in the hair salon every day watching women get across school yard I would hear their stories I would watch them go through and I just thought if they can do it I most certainly can do it mark Bradford started working in the salon as a teenager eventually becoming a hair stylist it was a safe place where he could be himself but that feeling disappeared in nineteen eighty one when his friends began dying from aids I know a storm was coming I knew that in the guide I knew that and people were just dying and that's what it felt like to me at eighteen years old I just was thinking how we going to make it through do you think you would make it for now no I didn't think I'd make it more into thinking he didn't have a future he didn't plan for one when he was nearly thirty he took art classes at a junior college and he says it clicked there was the reading and learning about different scholars and feminism and deconstructing modernism and all the ice is all man this is I'm really into this my sexual what it is but I'm just yeah if you'd still working Heris Lotto everyday and so you'd be starting wallet there so absolutely they buy put the book in the lab and say we go read that back to me he won a scholarship to the California institute of the arts but struggled to make money as an artist when he was thirty nine he finally had a breakthrough was working I had working on a hat working on a head working on that to be just one piece on there because I was to work in their son and photos I just didn't know that terminology I was hooking it up okay right late at night I was tired as hell too and Justin papers fell on the floor and I looked down at her with a translucent I can use these in papers are small rectangular tissues used to make permanent waves in hair Bradford began burning the papers edges and lining them up into grids he glued on to bed sheets I know I was on the something I knew this was a bridging this material came from a site outside of the paint store I think early on I was trying to weave these two sides of who.
"bradford" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Five after six days of violent civil unrest protests over police brutality and racial inequality we first saw the painting more than a year ago Bradford had just started working on it in his studio in south Los Angeles he'd already made the map of wants out of bathroom talking the following month when we stop by again he leans down fourteen layers of colored paper and covered it all up with a layer of laughs to there's a map underneath here yeah of what's the harm all these little points of what was looted what was destroyed so I kind of start from a map and then on top of it I think I lane heart history and my imagination all three four Redbird uses household tools to make his paintings he likes to buy everything at home depot my mother was at home the wouldn't have it mark Bradford and use it that's the bottom those days to this day building up the layers of paper on the cam this is just the beginning of this process he then starts to peel caught and send them down which can take months it's like an archaeological day it is like an archaeological dig site history I'm creating my own archaeological or psycho psychological digs sometimes when I'm digging on my own painting I'm asking myself what exactly what are you digging for where are you Brady what adult child see look look at that see now see that I like a lot of people get up abstract painting and think it's squiggles it's torn paper I don't understand it yeah that's true but for me those squiggles and torn paper gives me a space to kind of get unpacked things like the watts riots I'm grappling with how I feel about that subject and that material I DO grapple with things I great grab with things personally and no racially and politically what does it mean to be me mark Bradford has been grappling with that question in his or her for the last eighteen years for making paintings out of St posters like those offering predatory loans in low income neighborhoods to creating works that address HIV aids racism and the complexity of American history when did you lose fifty eight years old now and it's six foot eight stands out in a crowd still lives in south Los Angeles where he grew up now when he was eight he says he began to get bullied by neighborhood kids that was the first time I felt different that was the first time I was aware of my sensitivity that's the first time someone said you're you you you're you're a sissy I definitely knew that I had to learn to navigate in a more cautious way so that I could survive I just never had a problem being me so even though people who they were calling your system you need to make you want to try to change yourself not really no not really I just don't want to get my **** whipped he was raised by his mother Janice banks who owns her own beauty salon that's where Bradford would head every day after school I knew that I had to find a way to get across the school yard I knew that my mother was always going to be there once I got across schools and maybe maybe I was in the hair salon every day watching women get across school yard I would hear their stories I would watch them go through and I just thought if they can do it I most certainly can do it mark Bradford started working in the salon as a teenager eventually becoming a hair stylist it was a safe place where he could be himself but that feeling disappeared in nineteen eighty one when his friends began dying from aids I know a storm was coming I knew that in the guide I knew that and people were just dying and that's what it felt like to me at eighteen years old I just was thinking how we going to make it through did you think you would make it for now no I didn't think I'd make it more into thinking he didn't have a future he didn't plan for one so when he was nearly thirty he took art classes at a junior college and he says it clicked there was the reading and learning about different scholars and feminism and deconstructing modernism and all the ice is all man this is I'm really into this my sexual what it is but I'm just yeah if you'd still working Heris Lotto everyday and so you'd be starting wallet there so absolutely they buy put the book and I laughed and said go read that back to me he won a scholarship to the California institute of the arts but struggled to make money as an artist when he was thirty nine he finally had a breakthrough was work I had working on a hat working on a head working on that to be just like you saw on that because I was to work in their son and if I told you I didn't know that terminology I was talking to a guy right late and I was tired as hell too and Justin papers fell on the floor and I looked down at her with a translucent all I can use these in papers are small rectangular tissues used to make permanent waves in hair Bradford began burning the papers edges and lining them up into grids he glued on to bed sheets I know I was on the something I knew this was a bridging this material came from a site outside of the paint store I think early on I was trying to leave these two sides of who I was together the art world and the sites that I come from the life that I had led I didn't want to leave any of it I didn't want to edit out anything private collectors began snapping up his in paper paintings and his career took off is now a celebrity in the art world this gallery openings or star studded event the latest one in Los Angeles fiance.
"bradford" Discussed on The Daily
"Making he was. I asked him about his mother's claim to avoid but he was vague and trailed off road word records or mild as saying he was confused in his old age but I could tell that the subject made him uncomfortable. Okay so instead I asked him about how he wound up in England in the first place and he told me he'd left Ganea as a teenager left his family behind. He didn't say why but eventually he made his way to Bradford's our very big for Myers. Here's whereas enormous bell helped him get work in an iron foundry all women. Every time I tried to steer the conversation back to the Royal Family family of odd. He'd say some version of this. This road got him saying. I don't WanNa talk about it. Coral road to forget working for reviving. Yeah I WANNA forget what people are trying to remind me. I'm like a bird long long blood loss. I don't I don't know how long you've been in sitting there when his wife Camelia walked in with the bustle of shopping bags and the Yaffe White Dog I explained to her. Why was there talk about his family? And then I had said something about wanting to go fetus chickens and left me alone with Camelia your statue or statues are they. Yours are shot aheads those the dope all of them because you have a huge collection of statues these choose a brisk Chatty Lancashire woman women t short he would be fine sir. Let me help you know. She made me a cup of tea and we sat down to talk. I asked her better life with Shaw head David. who was our best friend? Who introduced us? He had a cafe in those Pakistan. Camelia yeah and I had had met in nineteen sixty eight. She said in those days he could fight for men at one time and he would say before I down three any of you. Will you lunatic. Lion of amount reported that he had a forty six inch test and a thirty two inch waist comes. Were absolutely huge. I was told that once young man had been run over by a car then rose to his feet pulled the driver out of the car and punched him in the face and joking. The neighborhood kids used to call him. Tarzan yeah dirty British if there was no field so Atherton. I wonder what that's like to be a giant link chameleon had I married. She corresponded with her new mother. The law and was impressed by all the talk about. She told me she was a direct descendant. Yeah that was that was her claim. I do this Warri. REACQUAINT MOM but husband is time went on. She had become more. Skeptical and child didn't have many answers. It would have blocked this out because he he keeps telling me he has memory lapses that he doesn't because I can ask in places from the nineteen sixty s and he can remember everything. I think it's selective memory loss. I think there's a policy met during their forty eight years of marriage show hit had said very very little about his mother's claims but she never stopped wanting to know more. Is this central. Mbeki openly debate with them or he doesn't WanNa talk speak out especially not about Sakina maker McKay He. He did send money. I told her everything I never about how I had become friends with Cyrus who they knew as Mickey and he would go so quickly through the forest that I almost had to run to keep up with him about how he had been living in the last years of his life and about how confused I was by the the story of their family I took out some of the newspaper clippings to show her a palace is all they want the Statesman nineteen seventy eight. That didn't selfish ridiculous a- palaces old as we spoke I realized that she he was as perplexed by this whole thing as I was. What is she cutlass sires? Where did he do? You think it could could have been reliable invention do I. Yeah it was definitely embellish. Yes will they said thing in Blake. Her suicide was she crushed diamonds and she drank the crush diamond. This is not This can pitcher eight. That hasn't been through them but also also it sounds like a fairytale. who was the bed had at last found someone who shared my fascination with the family? A co-conspirator Peter Carey Spring. But neither of US knew quite what kind of a story it was. What is true and what isn't Alexa?.
How the Syria deal between Turkey and Russia will work
"And welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me Andrew Muller it is difficult to conjure a grammar prospect than having in your future decided on an agreement between Turkish President Richard Type One and Russian President Vladimir Putin such however is exactly the outlook facing the key words in the area of northern Syria they had come to Coleridge Uva and who until very recently considered themselves rock-solid allies off and perhaps therefore protected by the United States Turkey and Russia have agreed to what they call oversee what they call a withdrawal of Kurdish forces the Kurds IC- matters differently I'm joined by Paul Rogers a professor of peace studies at Bradford University who has written extensively on the war in Syria and Hannah Lucinda Smith Istanbul respondent for the Times how in Istanbul first of all what do we know about how Russia and Turkey expect this deal to work because on the face of it it would seem to require an amount of cooperation from the Kurds good morning well yeah I think the first thing that we should say about the deal that was struck in Saudi last night this is hugely more details than either of the deals struck between Turkey and the US previously on the safe zone finds exactly where the safe zone is going to be how exactly it's going to be patrolled in court Rodney as you say most of those areas is going to be cleared of Kurdish fighters guide to be patrolled either by acids and Russian forces or also with Turkish forces as well joint patrols now of course this completely relies on on the Kurds agreeing to this agreeing to withdraw from his areas but quite frankly they don't really have much other choices they turned to ask that assu weeks ago when Turkey I launches assault there was a military memorandum of understanding signed between the two sides that point and to be honest they really hunger and yet the cause to play it's difficult see how they have any leeway to oppose this agreement just to follow that up is clear then at least on the in terms of this agreement where they intend or expect the Kurds to go now all we know is that they're going to be goes out of an area generally ten kilometers along the border apart from certain towns also from the towns of manage and tell Ra fats to the west of the area and everyone is going to be pulled back thirty clumps away from that border now obviously that's a small sex Shen in in kind of pure land mass terms of what the the Kurdish dominated forces controlled in Syria but it does also include almost all of their main towns this is the commish that factor capital falls outside of this arrangement it's unclear exactly in the long term how that's going to be trolled. The moment is a mixture of Kurdish regime fighters but all the other towns on the border that's where the huge bulk of the population in Syria Lebanon redan clear at that at this point where if they choose lead times they civilians are going to go Bring Paul Rogers in at this point Paul how do you expect this to play out because it would appear that militarily at least the the military wing of the Syrian democratic forces the white PG they don't really have any options Jackie and Russia both huge well-equipped military's the Kurds have very little heavy weaponry they certainly don't have an air force will they make any attempt at all do you imagine to defend what they have I think is unlikely that they will do any defense in the conventional sense in the slightly longer term may be the equivalent of of Salter Grid warfare but in the short term degree very much that they're in a very weak position I think the point that hunters was making very significant in terms of the out of control the techs are prepared to ensure if not control themselves with a mixture of Syrian and Russian forces so also saying that Turkey really like is to be able to control the area right across the border Syria from the the whole sort of length of the border winches many hundreds Columbus the area that they do control in the West because of their own associates is quite big what remains is something like four hundred twenty kilometers this particular agreement appears to cover about one hundred and twenty kilometers Ms Hammet says this is an area where the Kurds each populations particularly concentrated for the still nearly something like two thirds of the total area which isn't under this agreement we simply don't know what's going to happen there but in direct answer to your question I think it is unelected the that's what offer any major resistance to this at least in the short term but just to follow that up poll should we therefore assume that agreement that was struck between the code and the Syrian regime for all that was ever worth is now formerly a dead letter it seems to be yes I mean if you look at this in a wider sense trump's decision to Morris withdraw the troops and Syria although they've not been large they've been pretty significant we tend to forget an addition to these troops what nobody talks about in polite circles is the presence of question number special forces including it suspected special forces from Britain and France that have involved in trying to prevent escape of the Isis fighters they haven't been very successful in that at present because there are so many isis fighters in some of the detention camps but from the Russian perspective that this is really very good for them I mean their overall plan is to have as much influence a series they can for minimum cost on the way they played the air war was very rough very tough but not huge costly a while they now seeing is the will be actually be some Russian forces even quite small a nominal in these zones as part of the sort of protection patrols which means that they will be extending their influence geographically very little costing sells out of that expect it is pretty Kaputin and one would say that in that respect is also good for the United States how does it look like this is playing the one domestically is is it proving popular with Turks generally this idea that I and his pitches basically two fold that he has cleared what he described observe terrorist menace from away from Turkey's borders and he has now opened up spicing which Turkey can repatriate some of the millions of Syrians who have fled into the country since two thousand eleven sure I think it's very important burdwan he manages to to spin every get series of victory at home you know I think we shouldn't forget that a major part of his reason for launching this operation in the first place was to kind of Rowson domestic supporting tools to deflect attention away from so many other things that have been plaguing in this year the economy's going terribly he suffered major losses in local elections at this yes now taking the Turkish front pages this morning and you know should remind you the only sort of the Turkish media is controlled by one and his allies the reaction to the deal last night is a lot more kinds of restraints than was the reaction to the deal with Mike Pence last Thursday after that deal the headlines thank took his one and Turkish victory now the much more restrained they're saying the Terry corridor has been committed to history so there's a lot more restrained language I think it's almost certain that presentation on even though he's got nowhere near what he was setting out to get when he first started talking about launching this unilateral campaign a few weeks ago you know he was talking about taking a stretch of border four hundred forty kilometers long he's got far less than that but I mean certainly he's going to into a victory he's going to say the state of Rosia varies name more the Thai have got rid the terror threat from our border and this is another victory for me and my policies all the the Syrian conflict which is now approaching the end of its first decade has proved ceaselessly in depressingly inventive in finding ways to perpetuate itself but bearing that in mind do we at least see some outline of what a final settlement might look like because isn't this Turkey coming around ever for the to the idea that Bashar Al Assad has basically one that he will remain president of Syria I think that's true a and I would agree generally that this is being a good period for a set himself and his regime not least because the Kurds are having to accept that he can be a kind of counter to the increase Turkish influence the one big question remains though is what this does to the other kinds of militia groups are not much talk about the ones in North West Syria in Italy province but more the Isis elements and here there is a lot happening although against very difficult piece out precisely what the Americans of taken about a thousand of their troops from Syria into western Iraq but one report from the Pentagon this morning suggested this is a temporary there's thousand we'll be withdrawn entirely so it makes it to the American seem to be persisting in trump's wished rashly with morton withdrawal more fully than it is his phone one can say extremely good news in perhaps the the group that may benefit most is actually isis itself who far from going away I'll still there regenerating in Syria and in Iraq and the connection here is they still had many hundreds property several thousands of their toughest paramilitaries in detention one sort or another in the in the powder Syria those are really coming out back into circulation it's very similar to what happened in two thousand twelve thirteen with the so-called operation breaking the walls when what was the remnants of the old HQ I in Iraq managed to break out many that toughest paramilitaries from Iraqi prisons now it's not so much breaking out now because these went so well protected this time but it's the same kind of thing playing at a smaller scale and it's gone who almost certainly boost isis overall now that has an impact in Iraq or serious very difficult to tell but that's the one unknown in this current situation ought to come back to you finally a major part of President Prospectus that the the P. G. R. A. Anti-kurdish terrorist organization has been the alleged relationship with the Peak Aka the Turkey the Kurdish rather organization which has been waging war against Turkey for decades we'll doin be anticipating or nervous about any potential response to this deal from the PKK well I think the listening to say as you know the the the links between the what PG and the and the PK care real I mean when I first started reporting on the war PG in late two thousand thirteen you know well before they had even heard much indefinitely before before they go US backing I mean they were very very open about the fact Turkey ideologically that clearly linked to the to the PK K.. And you know I think everyone probably should be very worried about retaliation from the okay inside Turkey a ceasefire broke down in the summer of two thousand fifteen since then we've seen really wide scale conflicts across southeastern Turkey happening often in the city centers in many cities enters destroyed by fighting between Turkish security for some pick the
Some ways to keep the power on in Californias fire season
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by aqua the open source digital experience company brands often struggle to find a comprehensive solution to power their DRUBEL websites and applications aqueous Asturian of how does the rest of the system interconnect if everybody has their own rooftop solar array for instance that creates new challenges for out more of these alternatives yet the key word there is more so we can roll out this technology right now but there's sort of Heck demystifying the digital economy I'm Amy Scott in for Molly would the electric grid that we already have the legacy one that we all rely on in addition to that one reason that utilities often look at these kinds of distributed generation as even entire communities or the other thing that we've seen develop is what we typically refer to as rooftop solar which is basically solar arrays and now often with storage part of planned blackouts aimed at reducing the risk of wildfires the state's largest utility Pacific gas and electric has been blamed for sparking previous deadly fire last week more than seven hundred thousand people and businesses in northern California lost power lose power was cut off and even the utility itself marketplace's Ben Bradford has covered California wildfires in their aftermath extensively he said is there are alternatives that could prevent this kind of disruption in the future two options are microbes which are instead of having this kind of vast so the company cut power to areas it's is most vulnerable during a period of dry windy weather the overall effort was chaotic. According to P tax compliance dun-rite better tech change the wildfire scenario in California from American public media this is marketplace to upkeep that transmission system that the rest of us rely on then Bradford is a reporter at marketplace air that could be invested in these kinds of alternatives well you know the rooftop solar industry and some environmental groups they have goals that are anywhere from realistic but we're already seeing companies market off of this opportunity I got a press release from a rooftop solar company almost as soon as the first power shut offs were announced this or their own gas their own storage to be able to power either you know starting off with where we are right now critical functions like fire stations and hospitals and eventually Brett is because the more people that have a rooftop solar array and aren't paying for their electricity from the utility or aren't paying as much the less money there is couldn't be easier and they have experts in fifteen countries around the world to help as you grow learn more at Avi A. L. A. R. A. Dot Com Slash Tech avalon ray of electricity connections and power generation that a from miles away their communities that have their own generation our own solar that can go onto people's homes and provide power to them directly well all this seems like a potentially huge business opportunity I mean how much money are we talking about here. SIMPLIFIES SALES TAX WITH REAL TIME TAX RATE CALCULATIONS AUTOMATIC RETURN Filing Avalanche software seamlessly integrates with your accounting e commerce and point of sales systems so up to I would say about a quarter of the entire generation in California technically there are reports that California could power just every home and business that had the right kind of roof for it and write access to Sun that as much as seventy five percent of the state could be powered by them. I mean that's probably not and now for some related links another reason rooftop solar panels aren't a perfect solution they don't necessarily work during a blackout
Finance Chiefs Head to IMF Amid Slowdown Concerns
"Related but often using less targeted tools we have the fall meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank starting in Washington here's market place's been Bradford the US is trade war with China and its tensions with other countries have the global economy looking fragile former IMF economists each were per side there is a sense that unless these financial leaders can figure out how to tamp down trade tensions the world economy might will dip into recession the IMF and World Bank don't set trade policy but Cornell economist Akbar no mind says they can help push tree discussions along behind the scenes the public discussions may be very mutated are much less confrontational than the private discussions would be public sessions will discuss everything from the threat of rising debt to the carbon capture potential of Wales university of Virginia public policy professor Lucy Bassett says they're influential they kind of signal important topics or themes and highlight new developments including a new I am a four port that proposes a global tax on greenhouse gas
Giants Name Daniel Jones the Starter, Sending Eli Manning to the Bench
"Re hitting the top story of the day Daniel Jones going to start this week for the New York giants against the Tampa Bay buccaneers Eli Manning officially benched looks like his career with China's over as the starting quarterback well again and we'll see what Daniel Jones happened. I mean he could get blown up and then he lies back in there. Yes that's true I I mean but we haven't heard from Pat Shurmur and we will tomorrow and and what we will hear as I'm sure he's the quarterback and we're moving forward with him and Eli will do his best to mentor him in any. I don't think Eli wants to be traded on like he wants to go anywhere. People are wondering if he is traded spot track tweeted out while unlikely if the giants do trade Eli Manning. He'll cost his new team six hundred seventy six thousand dollars as per week ten point one million dollars to the rest of the season. The giants have already paid him six point eight million the jets are going to get Sam darnold back before or the midseason point okay. The Jaguars are going to get nick foles back around the midseason point. Drew brees is coming back around the midseason point. The steelers are not getting big ben back but it makes sense for them to see who they have in Wehr young guy a guy that Ben didn't want to mentor cantor when he was drafted last year he was definitely rankled by the drafting of Mason Rudolph the of that. I don't believe there's any doubt and he didn't say a mentor him like Rudolph said it's not Ben's Job to mentor me and he used that on his radio show which has since since been shuttered that just to put it all out there that I'll just point to the book and just say you know that's yours since he doesn't want me to mentor him even thought it was funny and and it landed with a thud but they have to see what they have in Mason Rudolph and at Mason Rudolph. Let's say performs like Dak where it's amazing and he's terrific traffic and the team makes the playoffs and gets a playoff start then. We're going to have an interesting thing on her hands right here. Ben will come back and come back saying I am ready to show up and it'll be like far like when Aaron Rodgers got there like oh I don't plan will be ready to garage. Come back in shape. He'll probably say ten fifteen rounds and it'll be ready to go and put the steelers and a tough bind but that is a high class problem and the steelers are going to find out if that's a high class problem that they can have because at some point Ben will be done and Mason Rudolph. We'll be sitting there and for Mason Rudolph he'll be able to just basically say to them because they don't have a fifth year option on him because he wasn't a first round draft pick nick franchise tag me Pittsburgh or trade me and someone also pay me like Jimmy Garoppolo. This is a big opportunity for him and whose his first quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo so we lies not going anywhere no one's going to be wanting to hire Eli manning and the giants the best backup quarterback and perfect mentor for for Daniel Jones perfect. Why would they trade him? who had taken are just told every? I just gave you the possibilities. Nobody needs him but you're you're. You're not like it's not like there's a Minnesota Vikings situation where they had to pull the trigger for Sam Bradford because they had a super bowl ready team that went poof because teddy bridgewater blew his knee up but if you take away his name. Ui Manning and you look on paper you're trying to acquire a guy is three and nineteen eighteen again his last starts and seven years old and I'll say this again do we have shown O'Hara's tweet and obviously he's biased. He won a super bowl with Eli. Put it up Shara so incredibly disappointed and frustrated with the giants right now. Defense gives up sixty three points in two games wide receiver group is depleted but let's change your. QB question marks Kurt said the same thing he sees the film you lie is not making poor decisions. He's making the right decisions. The only decisions decisions he has in front of him and he's being held to account now you can say that it's been a long time coming but it's not the only answer and Daniel Daniel Jones and again credit gettleman. He's putting it out there right now he could have sat there and say I take the rest of the year because the ownership is ready for you. Take the rest of the year and then I'll get more. I'll get more top five picks for Daniel Jones but he didn't do it. What if Daniel Jones comes out as three hundred yards and beats the bucks this week while then we're we're not talking about any more we
Sephora Sale Haul
"Stocked up on the couch hand nail cream which is another fav- i like to keep like one next to my bed when my bathroom one of my bag have handcream everywhere shorter and then i also got the fendi gla- gloss awesome bomb universal lip loom nizer in fussy that is a great color which i had gifted to you at one point thank you you're so so welcome and and i got the this is this is out of left field. I don't think you're going to be expecting this holding literally really holding onto the table. I got the it cosmetics by under. I what what was going on when this purchase was made you just throwing caution to the wiz azure was so as listeners may recall. I had attempted to buy this before and bought the wrong shade. That's right okay and kept forgetting to return it and then i was like i don't know if i like the consistency this is not for me and then i bought some warmer see that i really liked and then i was like. Maybe i'll buy this again but like you know what let me give it cosmetics another. Try so here we are and i bought the light beige color. Which i think is more appropriate for for me so i'm excited for that and the final thing i bought was coca. Floss uh-huh losses become a hot topic the topic now i used it last night. Oh so you've already received these product because you said you tried. The water views the coca floss. I'm ready eddie from my mind to be blown and i liked it. It got like my front teeth. My bottom front teeth are a little crooked and it got kind of caught in one of my eighteen okay. This happened to me last night too but not with coca flaws and i feel like hit a nerve or something like it kind of hurt and i was like <hes> okay okay. I'm gonna give this another shot but it was it was. I don't know what i was expecting. I mean it's floss. I know the way it's been positioned position. I i mean gliding through your t s. I'm still gonna use it but jury still out okay so we have dental hygiene actually emailed us and said ed a line that is now resonating me. Which was the best floss for you to use his whatever you're already using a high and i was like oh they're right. It's not the floss. It's the act totally. Oh and i just mentioned one more thing that i got with my points. Go go which is a <unk> silk pillowcase that sephora was was offering for seven hundred fifty points this score and since i horde my points let's i was able to get it now. I received this pillow case. It is not real and it doesn't have a materials tag. Do oh which is weird so i don't know how to wash it either. I guess i'll just hand wash it but yeah i'm very doubtful that it is actually silk but but it is very smooth and silky okay i saw a friend yesterday and we were chatting about a lot about skin karen and she was asleep with. I mean you know like a slow pillowcase and i was like no. I've never tried it and she was a watt and she said not only for your hair does she like it but also for your products face products because a standard cotton partner linen pillow case the product just soak into the pill which i didn't even that so now i really anyway so that's that's what i got and i'm excited to report back. No keep testing and upkeep mix yeah for all of course yes. What about you. What did you get so as mentioned. I hopped in at the last estimate sure did got an under the wire. Honestly you mentioning to me that you bought stuff. I was like i gotta do it. Oh no about influence kind of were because then they went for it i to cocoa floss because so many listeners had emailed about cocoa floss that i just had to do it. I i also bought the supergroup unseen sunscreen now. I'm zip before no. I'm doing my own sunscreen experiment. Ooh because in the last four sale i bought kula full spectrum three hundred sixty sunsilk drops which are what i'm using on my face and i love them so i bought another jar jar container and now it's actually a little glass bottle with the dropper. Ooh and i really really like this sunscreen for my face but then hearing you mentioned the supergroup. I figured i'll do my own experiment and give it a try then i bought. I'm trying again a product that broke on me. I i bought a small cowdery grape water spray like mr for your face <hes> in the last sale and the pressure like the little. The thing that you push stopped working for me in the bottle was not empty. I was very annoyed that i really liked the product so i'm going to try it again. <hes> then i stocked up on my like product my my baby which is the beauty elixir and i buy the mini bottles because they use complains. It is my favorite thing ever to travel with. It's the best it's the best and i will tell you something very exciting is that i was watching last night at ten o'clock as one does a court in kardashian natural makeup tutorial on youtube oh sure because i don't know how court it does make a when she's doing it. Also it was so much it was so much she contoured. She still contoured wow this is oh she looked great but she spits cowardly beat helix all over her face on. I was like well look at that courtney. You're one of us. I have some extra i can give you. Oh i will take it all. I spread on my face. I sprayed on my kids it. Just it's not only does it feel nice to missed while while you're traveling. The smell is so refreshing. I agree that it just gives me a little something little judge you know. Is that the word you were looking for a little boy. You walked right i did i opened the door and there you were judging away your little sign and says jewish so here's another thing i bought which i've never purchased before kate somerville's ex-fulham kate o. People love that yeah it's kind of a legend <hes> in the exfoliating world <hes> and i bought a tiny bottle <hes> just to give it a test run. I was looking at different inexperience. Some i had tried some hatton. There were a couple that almost there's a cowardly when that i almost got and then it was like you know what everybody says has x. Fola kate yeah and my you to reject that no it's a perfect pun so i grabbed that. I also got the silk pillow with my points because you did. I am a sheep and then he also got a little hydros serum from drunk elephant with my points. Oh hydra or something. I forget what i've never tried hydrogel. I can't use it for the next twenty seven days because i'm in my grace genus bader otter journey so those were my purchases you know it was kind of i looked at makeup and then i was like now i don't know let's just go with missed and some sunscreen which is kind of like my two favorite favorite things to do totally water my face down and then protect it from the rays of the sun. Yes so there you have it. We'll report back. Oh we sure will especially about that. Fola kate and the border will the baader. Yes i am. This is gonna be a running theme for the next twenty seven and he's seven days of forever. Thirty five takes us right into the fall creamy skin and you're going out of town this weekend i._m. Dorey this will come up in my attention. I'm going to denver colorado to see my favorite band fish and you know the elevations high. The air is dry. Gotta bring my cream yeah yes. I'll be traveling with it for the first first. Time ever says exciting very exciting if you also happen to be a fish fan attending well this. Will you know what you'll hear this after yeah. Maybe maybe someone will be there and we'll see i. I hope there's a forever thirty listener at this fish show that will be just a combining of my two favorite worlds. Yeah
Doree and Kate Discuss Augustinus Bader Cream and Their Sephora Sale Purchases
"Hello and welcome to forever thirty-five a podcast about the things we do to take care of ourselves. I i hear and doria freer. Oh what a gentle gentle introduction. I'm you kate spencer. Yes you are. We are not expert. Nope nope nope just two friends who i'd like to talk a lot about serum and we're gonna be talking about some serum adjacent things today. Oh we're going to get right into serum yup serums. I will say i didn't purchase any serum. That's why i said serums et jason jason suggestion so jason's sir jason so jason. How's it going. I think i'm i mean i'm ready to dive in to serum okay. We should tell everyone what we're going to dive in. Okay sorry yes we we made some purchases at yield sephora sale tale yep and also i'm pleased to make the first ever i bought expensive skin cream announcement here on forever thirty five ready for it. Do i bought expensive skin cream agostino bader the rich cream for those of us who are not familiar with this cream. I know you you touched on it in a prior episode but let's give everyone recap. Here's the backstory. I've i've seen write ups about this cream on your usual spots around the internet and it's a it's a new cream year and a half. Yes and i also think it i i also came to my attention because eva chen mentioned it a hong when we interviewed her and i was like okay. My ears perked up a bit then a few people in my life revealed that they have been using it and have felt it to be life changing <hes> and so again. I was like okay a lifetime. You know you know how it is your ears start getting warm and then you feel you start to feel like you're seeing it everywhere. Yes and then and then and you google it. You read like a million. You know website fashion website articles about it. I've done this with products before then you then you go and look to buy it and then you see see what it costs in your life miller experience with vendors daughter which i use in like <hes>. Maybe i'm just your fancy. Maybe i'm just i mean. Maybe i'm the posh spice of this band that we're in. What am i the scary spice i mean. That's possible now. Would you be ginger. Maybe pave which spice spice girls' spice girl was thanking ninety seven so look i said to you hey tori. What if i tried this cream cream for the sake of the pod because the way the cream works. It's created by a german professor. Love the story of the cream. You're of course psycho. A german professor created cream for people dealing with a burn wounds which again that's the origin stories stories intriguing so said hey what if i bought this for the podcast for the pod as research or the listeners yeah not for me no not because because i want to try an expensive product but the waiters kate is doing this for years sacrifice. I am making so look and i said go ahead with a caveat but i'm going to put a caveat on this. Which is you must take a photo of yourself every day that you're using the cream because you're supposed to use the cream and only the cream for twenty seven days. This is true and i cleaned out all my products last night. It was actually kind of nice. I just had face suave and this cream and like my sunscreen contact solution in my cabinet. Like what a relief this is exciting. So have you started. I started at last night. I haven't seen picture will okay. I took one. I took one pre putting it on and then i haven't done my like round today. Don't worry all right coach it but i will say i did post a picture myself in a facebook group. One of our mom face christine and a friend was like your skin looks amazing so i don't know i mean doing like different to you and glowing. I don't i don't wanna be a skeptic about them. I want to believe in the power of the how much is it kate odor. Oh dory. It's too much one bottle that the bottle that i bought which is supposed to last twenty seven days schorr costs one hundred and sixty five dollars. Wow that's a spicy meatball or what yeah it's not something look if we did not heavy skin-care podcast and some shared funds stashed away. Hey where we can try products. Just say we have a slush fund slush fund for products of my own accord but it is a fun conversation topic totally podcast what i was gonna say. Is i feel like your skin has looked great like for a long time. I'm feeling good so while i want to believe even the power of this cream. This is why to take a photo every day. You want the proof because i want the pr. You're an investigative journalist. Look as one of my favorite contestants on the australian reality show instant hotel like to say my gosh. This went so far already the devil's in the details yup. He coined that phrase. He may take a photo every today and look. I don't think magic is going to happen but my but have you ever tried a buzzed about product product where you read like fifty articles. It's like i know ev articles like this changed my life and celebrity swear by and then you try it and it doesn't do anything like yes but i've also had the experience where something does do something like when i tried bill ashiq ricerche p fifty your sweet sweet baby used in quite some time because of pregnancy z. and childbirth essner saying yeah even though it's probably fine. I'm being like super paranoid but that i do think is like a pretty amazing product but yes. I hear you because you don't see when these celebrities are like. I tried this agustinus a spotter cream and look homeys. My skin is like they also have like meals delivered to their house. They have a personal trainer. They like facials every weekday shows every week they blazers yes everywhere so it's just like okay yes. The cream is great but like you also have so much else going on that is making your skin. Look amazing. Yeah yeah probably getting fillers bo talk like which is fine but like don't just all say it's the cream. It's like it's like when celebrities are like i i just you know i just do yoga and that's how i look like this right. I mean come on anyway. I'll get myself wow you. He just stepped on there. I like it. You are spicy today. I'm spiciest so that was my big purchase but then there was a sephora sale very recently. Yes and we should tell people that i had been sort of off the problem. The new product trained for quite some time live very off of it. Yeah i was just like i like what i like. I don't have the time or the energy to start exploring new products and then the sephora sale just real me the and i was like you know what i do. Self-care slash skin-care podcast. I might as well buy some stuff and check it out for the sake of the listeners that's right. You didn't do it for yourself for this. Podcast lists yeah <hes> do you and then you got some stuff. I squeaked in at the last did but you know what happened. I squeaked in the last day like eleven p._m. And then i forgot to use the code for fifteen percent. Oh my god has it ever happened to you where you're like. I'm gonna make big purchase because of a code and then you forget to use it yeah. I had a meltdown so i emailed sephora through their customer service link and the next morning i got the nicest reply from the person who was like we can't add the from a customer sales rep who simply can't add the code to your purchase because purchase already in the system so they added the equivalent of what fifteen percent off obt my purchase fifty percents off of my purchase to the to my account. That's also have this money sitting in my account. That never expires that i can use that i thought that was a very positive customer. Service secure safaris again and not a sponsor of this podcast. Just we're just fans just fan. So what did you buy in. This rebellious purchase plunged plunged. Let me break it down for you so i started with not one but two bottles bottles can what are they jars. No not jars jugs containers pieces of supergroup unseen unseen sunscreen bottles yeah but it comes in like a squeezy to be a two. That's the word you're looking for. I was looking for a two jug. Thank you know not a jug. I really like the sunscreen it goes on so smoothly it is unseen. It blends in really nicely. I use it on my arms and i'm keeping a tube tube of it on my bathroom counters. I remember to put it on my arms and hands. You put it on your face. Well i still use the japanese sunscreen sunscreen. Oh interesting okay but you cannot get safaris so i bought two of those. I also decided that i was going to do a little experiment with me. Solaire water <hes> controversial so what i i did was i bought three different ones one by cowardly one by tart and one by premera which i learned is owned owned by amaury pacific intriguing <hes> it's like they're you know cheaper clean brand. Oh interesting pursing so you're having it's like america's test kitchen but dory's test kitchen for toy story test bathroom does for me. What made you decide to go deep on me slur water well i was out of. I may slayer water which i didn't you know homey. Slur waters are not created equal. I they have a very deep reference for the bioter-. I know which they don't sell before <hes> i had been sort of dabbling. I have a have a travel the size of the bio dermot that i do really like <hes>. I've also really liked simple. I've tried the most recent one. I tried was laroche. Jose didn't didn't love it. I love the scent. I've also tried number. Seven boots number seven me slayer flare water which was fine. I just thought you know what let's mix it up so i bought these three last time. They used the primera. I liked liked it. It's a camomile missile cleansing water and it sounds yeah it was it did feel really nice so i'll i'll report back all of those <hes> the other thing that i was out of was a a day cream and i'd like to use a lightweight gel moisturizer i had been using the tart water gel essence moisturizer and and when i went i was like i like this heart water gel 'sorry tasha gotcha tasha water essence which i liked i mean i liked it enough. I think i recommended a newsletter but i was like you know all things being equal. I do think i liked the bio sants squally and probiotic joe moisturizer just a little better and then you know what i went onto sephora. The tasha was not being sold anymore mysterious odd so i bought another thing of the bioscience and then i thought you know what let me try this other. One by origins called jin zing zing oil free energy boosting gel moisturizer which which also comes in a mini version which i like so i could just sort of try it out. You got the mini. I got the mini. I tried tried this morning. It smells kind of orangey. It's a little thicker than i was expecting but a nice consistency and ice texture sure very smooth so i like it so far i mean i've used at one day so we'll see and then i got another one of my bare minerals primetime eyelid primer which is my favorite. That's an old hat but what's so funny is. I realized i always stock up on it. During the sales i wonder as much makeup purpose i used to so i went into the drawer that i keep like all my extra stuff like my stockpiles and i already had to well my gosh in there so i now now have three so. I need to remind myself that next time the sale
"bradford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The leftovers. So the next harvest was a little bit better. But we talked about on Friday about how the Indians and the programs. They signed their first treaty and the treaty was to protect each other from any third party. Right. So any other Europeans tribes who wanted to kill them? And then a few weeks after that. Signed a treaty right at a couple of weeks after that. The pilgrims had their first harvest. So a piece of corn guru occurred era of Clark grew. And they were so excited. They fired their guns in the air and ninety Indian warriors came by to see what the heck was going on right because they signed this treaty. And they thought they were maybe a war. They came to was up. Turned out. It was nothing. They were just excited. They're celebrate. So the Indian warriors decided to hang out for a couple of days and make sure that everything was really, okay. And that was the first thanksgiving because they all were standing there. And they're like, well, this is the together. But I think the important thing to know about the harvest was it was not a bountiful harvest. So you might have this vision, our brains of the first thanksgiving being this big huge fall table. There was barely any food. So it was it was it was less. Look at all the food. We have to eat. We're gonna make it everybody. It was Lestat, and it was more. Well. Something grew at least. We're all probably gonna dies next winter. But. Might as well what we have more of that kind of attitude, but the reason why there wasn't a lot of food and in sixteen twenty one. Was because of the communist style economic system that the pilgrims had a system where no one owned anything. There are no private property rights at all for land or things each pilgrim was given a plot of land and each year your plot rotated. So you're on that plot one year, then you're next door the next, and you got rotating around, and they did that to make sure that no family was given a particularly good or bad plot of land and complain about that because you're rotating around as you can imagine this really screwed up incentives because you had no reason to work the land properly if you weren't going to benefit from it the next year. No one owned anything. It was all communally owned, and that's communism. So this is William Bradford use the governor of the colony. Of course, he said this system is the letter you wrote this system was quote found to breed much confusion and discontent and two retired to slow much employment. So people were lazy. The young men that were most able and fit for labor and service. They worried that they should spend their time and strength to work for other men's wives and children without recompense without without. Anything? That's right. So that's the young men. Here's. Sixteen twenty one saying the young men they're ticked off. And like why why why am I why we're gonna hard work hard for? If all I grow go feed that other guys kids who are donating. So the system made everyone lazy made everyone better and made everyone a bunch of thieves. Bradford said that the colony was riddled with corruption. He said the crops were small because quote, much was stolen both by night and day before it became scarce edible. So you see some corn growing next door neighbor's farm and even before it becomes good to harvest. You're going to go over. And you gotta steal it from the guy because if you don't you're not getting it anyway. Stealing stuff all the time. So how about that? So this this communist like system, of course, communism quite thing. Then rapid marks wasn't arrived for years, but. Stealing. Yeah. People bidder. Yeah. People lazy. So what did they do sixteen? Twenty one rolled around sixty twenty two. And they got together. And began to think this is William Bradford began to think how we may. We might raise as much corn as we could obtain a better crop guys got together. And like, this ain't working. What do we do? How do we grow more food? So Bradford decided to give every person a parcel of land. And it's yours..
"bradford" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"Hey, everyone. What's up today? We're talking Mark Bradford. He's the author of the status game to dashboards engages G A G E S all about that. Good stuff. Now parts of it of a unicorn, he's a technology professional that focuses on interaction with clients through various farms coaching teaching and get this. He's a full stack developer that likes to interact with humans. I don't know many like Mark. So that's pretty cool. Now, he also 'cause it being developers or not he founded alpha me for life, which is a personal life coaching solution for those seeking to reclaim time, energy and resources along the way, he's got a great podcast with that. These a heck of a nice guy, Mark. So glad to have you here, buddy. How are ya? Well, Phil, thanks for having me. I really appreciate this. This is fun. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I agree, man. It's always fun. So you've gotta tell me man, so full stack developer. Let's talk about what that means. Because to me that sounds like been freaking nerd who program stuff. So what's that mean? So so basically that means somebody who does technology development than somebody who actually knows how to build interactive websites like an Amazon Facebook EBay things like that. Wow. Wow. So you built Amazon and EBay. That's that's pretty impressive. Mark look slightly different. So that people wouldn't no I'm using rather large examples in to show texture like Syria locks that sort of thing. But you get what I'm saying. I think people do behind. I've even there was a need for that. I thought okay. If you go get your hands dirty neared it off in the likely shift at seven, and you do all that stuff to build the stuff. Nobody sees. And then you come forward. And then you build the pre stuff at humans wanna see called the full stack developer. I had no idea. It was called that. So and he'll cares where it gun for quite some time. Okay. Cool. Well, that makes sense that makes sense that I I like to so what's your favorite cereal? Mark. Wow. That's a good one. Boo. Berry. Maybe is Hulu berry. I'm not notable chocolates, pretty good. Well, actually now as an adult, I guess I should answer that as an adult something that's really granular something that makes me feel like it's time being healthy eating. Let's call it grape. That's all there you go. So you went from stuff that tastes good stuff. That makes you a poop. Good job mart. That's that's my journey life. Well, speaking of poop, dude, alchemy for life. Right. What the heck? How did you start this, man? I've just getting there is no segue there. But I had a dry so tell me about alchemy for life, Mark. How did you get this started in? Why did you why are you the guy that started this, man? Yeah. Exactly. So I had a very an I like to think as a relatively unique journey, and that's so so I went through divorce, and I ended up having my kids full-time. So it's a fulltime dad and also raised those eyebrows. And also was juggling having a small business. So keeping my kids saying learning how to cook. So I didn't kill them all that stuff sort of at the same time. And I think into psychologists at one point because I didn't want to mess him up any further. And so I. I didn't wanna do the whole Darth Vader thing accidentally, creating their affair. So what happened was the psychologist asked me? She said you great job. You're doing this doing this. You this you do this. So then she asked me. So what are you doing for you? Just paused. I had no answer. And she said, you're not are you on? I said, no. And she said you have to do. So I actually realized the importance of balance in the matter what you're doing in your life, and how people go through transition, which is also talk. I give and how important all that stuff. Is you know, and bounce isn't sexy and bounce isn't exciting, but bounces what keeps you sane. And so after doing that I thought I started writing stuff down, and then another gentleman who was really good at determining what your core steels were figured out. Mine was always seeing things from an angled people didn't typically see it from. And then building something to either augment that to design it and create it or to fix what I saw in..
"bradford" Discussed on WEEI
"Can't get the eighty percent to ninety percent professor drugs also tweets i'm smarter than you route and like you just accept accepted just deal with my car key that say we stayed on the rails for the most part throughout the course of the day quick update is no people were just breathlessly waiting for this update right hander heath phil meyer we'll be taking the ball for kansas city this afternoon jacob judas why do i was hoping to find that out on the pregame show will you will i'll i'll reiterate on the pregame show don't you worry but jacob june to the dl about half an hour ago so he fill meyer of the two we are a and five strikeouts will be taking the bone king really against report sela did he pitched in japan spice things up if he did that spice things up a little bit all right you haven't had a response to something else and said you were looking for stat or a piece of information and you found it i've been told well it's an excerpt from a new book on the red sox call the big fifty it's an chapter on benching fifty is a book about rob bradford's weight loss with one chapter devoted to each sequel will be the the big seventy which is what he's going to gain i would say about two months here probably oh fires well i mean listen you can say anything you want about me but for obvious reasons you shouldn't say that i think more i think you can absolutely wonderful you moron the user you absolutely it's fine just deal with it yeah yeah it really ruined your what are you looking at me for i just can't believe how how how dare you suggest that joking fashion that you might gain your weight back how dare you you just destroyed the entire empire of advertising i've built come on rob thought to suck it up get get some skin the two of them were going back and forth during the break and i was doing my best not to listen but there was something like if you can't don't dish it out if he can't take it i heard that i heard that bandied across the taste go just over the stat why you only tell the story no just go to the state you're exhausted me to be with you by yourself the last twenty years in the next hour exhausting go go with your stat so when i was doing the book i talked to sam kennedy about this subject even better today about this question of who do we give the credit or discredit to for the signings of sandoval and for hanley ramirez and that kind of this all this discussion of was it larry was ben this is what sam said same as close with ben pages this as peach to sixty eight this chapter number forty seven of fifty so we're kind of getting into the depths here but this tells you there's fifty chapters of the book and this tells you how dc where you got this you know we were still asking interesting questions in chapter forty seven all right and as opposed to most books that mail it in after the first hundred pages a lot of these books are just in my book carries through okay there's a reason i filed at a month and a half how many pages i it's about two hundred eighty or so so each chapter fifteen hundred four or five pages yes but you know page counts and word counts vary depending on your font size those types thing your pictures there are pictures i haven't got i'm expecting to get an autograph copy and i have not got one yet i have my square reader do you have a credit card i'm expecting to get an autograph copy me for my hard.
"bradford" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Don't fall time they'll judy second one tell me about growing up going up that brought fits broad yeah and grew up on a counselor staying in bradford with my mom and my brother always so much ads but he didn't live with us from being about seven good relationship out yeah always always been putting i have my dad's family but but yeah that was very ordinary upbringing really sort of left field i ended up doing this so came out of nowhere my family or even it wasn't even one of those things that you would have been on your radar to think about by accident but i was there what did the accident footing accident my emiddle school so when i was twelve or something in my english class we were doing poetry and my english teacher asked me to do a spoken word poem and she thought it was good enough to enter into ilk speech and drama most prestigious the prestigious clearly drawn festival but that wasn't a plan that wasn't like thing that happened when people did this module at school but she just ended his into it and we did it and we wanna primes and then i was like oh no i'm not saying oh and people are plummeting and people seem moved in i wasn't too it was like let's do but yeah there was a reaction to what i did there was like something reciprocal if that makes sense and say and then and then that was it from that tiny thing that was just like that's why i wanted to do and then decided drops issues.
"bradford" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Is a big the midland dizzy midland da they went for bradford and bingley talking bradford and bingo they call esta so nice to meet you that's all i come those duffin your nice looking guy is thing to remember i was talking to a heck had some is some what's he went he just went met any any ruined like he was not going to some guy the guy with his arm saudi which is always the kind of person i like to pick on because it's the lie they're saying there's no way you're gonna talk to me we've my phone at arm's what's your name will get muslim i'm what you do for a living well you don't work in a bank d do you let me guess do you work in it will no what have you ever considered a career in it what would you do for a living you went for council in the it department which is it all i have to say probably should save secretive so these guys together cabal of the bank the council do you do good at the council on the people does evil at the council education it's hard to say that's goodwill contact the you've got the moral high ground well done.
"bradford" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Aid bradford's bradford and up in buffalo maybe maybe it is the call the codes good for your joints right wing what i i will announce what i aired i've got my trawl prior destination i own january's show i figured it out hit me he's gonna play for the dallas cowboys o o that's what i predict oh man i'm predict terrell priority al's writing it down douses a team that he's going to have to come to terms with and has come to terms with dez bryant not being the same player that he was and i think they're going to do what they can to put daqing a position to succeed and for some reason they're going to think that's drop her yes my prediction fair enough and you guys realize we're officially officially on jeff janice watch oh my goodness why are we on jeff janice watch diseases understood to for years of east finally free janet finally free in ryan his application on monster a'mia away i well because he's a great misery graphic designer is he's his metrics are great but i mean look if you've had the first part of your career playing alongside aaron rogers and you have no uh you can't get on the field yeah can produce a jeff janice ghani emma dole as a free agent this year later wonder if he'll be back in new england will julian edelman his health is on track right now so yeah that'll be interesting to see if they if they spend their expect quincy in in watery back in new york bait coming off the injury i as a restricted free agent i don't think i have a choice you the.
"bradford" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Connecting sleep the sports his knee who thought fear bills mattress firm is american neighborhood mattress store and it should be your goal was to check out the deals they had not every day bill matter his are softer than a rival things defense they get each 10 out of credits you'll love your new bed okay i'll terrible tagil decide petra mattressfirmcomgiveaway gas and stretched your budget further than at pm this the fourth quarter it's listener appreciation week we are opening the giant mailbag an answering your questions is went to really navy p candidate ever backup just one the suitable now that garoppolo is locked in what you the forty nine or theme next is sam bradford still a viable option as a free agent will talk about all that and so much more on the m two beat ten things podcast hello and welcome to the mtv tempting todd gas i'm gary grandly he is amy been only ten th this is the reader appreciation fail bag show it's that time of year where up for transition to the offseason here not quite free agency time not quite draft time but the thing scientists or it take the pope arri of questions here anti it's at time of the year were in the evenings i just sleigh down and watch a bunch of bull crap on tv every single night actual netflixing to watch tv anymore and i love it for about a week and a half i can do it and then i'm ready to be do actually do something productive again yeah it was a young it was an eventful week and were y'all let's let's before we dive the mail bag let's talk real quick about the about jimmy garoppolo here he god is extension which was not surprising i mean we we all knew the forty nine ers are going to retain him perhaps surprising that he did the older and i'm going to steal a term that i like from conner or.
"bradford" Discussed on WEEI
"A row bradford withdrawn from aussie vicky you all the way up until the next five minutes why did i make you've had a long daytoday weather they make you hostage on that was you didn't make me do anything i i clear out hold holding it against me no i am not as if they were playing for the thais tom coffee in your face aisha so we gotta a call to get to at least one call so we want to make sure that those people headed into tomorrow feel good about themselves and tom and lin you're that person we want feeling good about themselves were by joint atat twopoint share your photo i keep saying of a person i grow up at your philadelphia playoff but it's a g earlier jersey what's ahead of any animal have you seen that yes i had i have as the dog thing that's the dog these massive drug okay i don't know but i i look at that makes me what is this like something out of the island of dr moreau you know that's what they were going for us and i don't know by what was your second point i want you to feel good about yourself tom was going on uh uh this life the voice might might make my second point is my prediction i think the patriots gonna be filadelfia a squad data then this forty nine is beat up on denver in super bowl uh really warren outlay was at fifty five to ten y'all something like that i might might make predictions 63 to really nice i'd like you to three saw why did you do that i thank you for you know all it you can will if we built at sixty four to three i would like you still i believe he's close the rebel he stole might i promised we did the the rare quadruple dis uh through four four segments while i was going to set this up i was so i was hoping you wouldn't forget i now you're going to change the rules to little bit 'cause tom this took my score jose that going to be your score so i was though as one is in the mix lewis either that or 705 i mean it's either going to be extremely ice scoring are incredibly lows that's.
"bradford" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Number two we are previewing vikings saints in the digital round this is a you might have forgotten this is a rematch this was the early monday night game in week one and we kinda said old same old saints can't play defense a bunch of bus in the secondary sam bradford sam bradford he's active again by the way make them pay be that'll be a three way qe controversy out of nowhere but yossi have carved up the saints it was a fairly comfortable win for the vikings where are we now at this point dummy now it's now its case them who who just had the year of his life and now it's a saints defense that is much different than the one that or at least much different than the one that we thought we were watching a week one yeah it is it's it's actually probably not as talented of a defense we've had some injuries or not as deep they've lost some guys in the front seven but that's the case with a lot of teams in some other younger you know they're young in the secondary lattimore marcus williams at free safety assume those guys are comfortable with what's going on what the vikings did in that game in what they continue to do for the rest of the season and the reason pat shurmur is probably going to get a head coaching job this year they beat the saints early in the down was switch releases if it was manned coverage so guys crisscrossing off the snap stacks motion to stacks receivers bunching together and then they beat him later in the down with route combination that exploited zone sending two ruth roussy to receivers through one defenders zone multiple receivers going high and low whatever it was they were extremely welldesigned that they out executed and outcoached the saints in that game and they continue to do that all season long now what's different there's no delvine cook this time he was a big factor in there who if i recall and then case keno yeah and what case kinam gives you that you don't give from bradford could bradford's probably the better more gifted pocket passer even though i think keane it's been excellent pocket this year by certainly by the standard we thought for him keen them give you this second.
"bradford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"So that if not an ideal recipe for offense of wine and it's gonna keep an immobile quarterback clean and then block uh well for a rookie running back into alvin cook who crowley you know needs will extra help from a line until he figures out what he's doing i'm so i was stunned at how well they played an and maybe we'll find out that the saints defence is so terrible that everyone's going to block i'm like that but i i am not ready to declare victory for this offense of lying and i don't think the viking for either they you know they all mentioned you know that that the they were thrilled with how they played but i only anybody thought that it would um get the result that in terms of of the protection for sam bradford especially um in week one and so that to me the jury still out there but it was a very surprising an impressive debut for sure before we let you go kevin i'm going to put your feet to the fire i know that you had took a very much in nuanced approach in your column on espn dot com about sam bradford at saying that he reminds us once again uh why we believe that he might still be the person that we all the potential for someone's gonna pay milat again if you had to say right now do you think it's more likely that we see this sam bradford or at least as close approximation for the rest of the season or that he will revert back to one that we in in the past well i guess how it connected to what we just talked about in terms of the options into line i if the ally and keep to protect him that way than e potentially could cause i don't know if he's going to have a hundred and forty passer it every game but he could be much above average passer with if he's kept us cleaners he was last night the problem with he's always had and the dead we have at last year's one could start the collapse the performance goes way way way down quickly 'em so um it will depend in part on what is that often argued it would eat what last night reminds us of it he has an interim beat the play that way at that.