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Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is
"Racy is also likely to succeed the ailing Ali Khamenei. In other words, run the whole country is the supreme leader. Is deeply describing record in mindset, Warren Close examination. So who is this guy racy? Has it been reported on any cable news program has been reported on any network news program. Course not. Raisi became an Islamist ideologue as a teen studying in the seminary in Qom. After the revolution when he was only 19 years old and lacking any university education. He was appointed as a prosecutor. Rising over the following four decades to fill the positions of attorney general keep a deputy chief justice and, most recently, chief justice. Iran's theocratic dictatorship. Most notably racy, was one of four members of a death committee. Responsible for the 1988 execution of thousands and thousands of Iranian prisoners of conscience in the space of a few months. The ideologically motivated mass executions constituted both at crime against humanity and genocide, a cleansing of religious infidels, according to international human rights expert Geoffrey Robertson. It was a massacre, he says comparable with those that shrimp Branca And Kate and Forest. Raisi would typically spend only a few minutes with each prisoner. Some young Children. Asking them questions to test their allegiance to radical Islam. The prisoners, mostly leftist revolutionaries, who would help bring the regime to power typically refused to feign loyalty, even after prolonged and brutal torture. Which in some cases, was personally directed and overseen by racing himself. It's estimated that a minimum
"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
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"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Is a the. It's ridiculous to think that these jurors thinking of anything other than what the consequences are of what they say because they know they're huge and not just for the the family or for the police Or the city but their family their children. You know their job man i. We should pray for these jurors that somehow or another. They are protected. And they can feel that glenn beck program thing of all the quarantine purchases you have made late night pizza deliveries the online trainer. You ghosted after two weeks. Then there's one of the biggest purchases of the year insurance. Americans overspend on car insurance by billions of dollars every single year and that money could have been spent on more pizza. I'm just saying the zebra is the nation's leading insurance comparison site for car and home insurance within minutes. You can compare policies from major provider for free all in one independent marketplace after a few quick questions the repairs people with the right insurance company for them helping everybody save time and money you can buy online or over the phone with one of their license insurance agents. There's no hidden fees no fine print about any of your information at all best of all. The zebra has no.
"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"I think he would be in a better position now. His defense attorney eric nelson. I think a largely did a very good job and of course he's the guy in court actually doing the job so i hate to be Armchair quarterback but There were arguments to be made here. That i think would have been much more effective. That were not made. I mean the critical period. That really matters here is not the nine minutes and twenty nine seconds that they keep talking about because floyd was alive for almost all of that. It's not until the last ninety seconds that any of the officers have a reason to believe that he might not be breathing or there might not be a post. The last ninety seconds before the paramedics show up. That's the real Sensitive point for the defense. Why was he still restraining him. Then and not providing cpr in that ninety seconds of our on the jury. That's the question. I would want answer because up until that point floyd was still alive. He wasn't dead yet and did anybody answer that defense. Answer that at all. The defense raised facts that were relevant to answering that question but they never seem to pull it together into a cohesive. Answer for the jury. It's almost like they're they see it. So they expect the jury will see it but any stations on complicated topics. You know you have to build the narrative you have to hand. The jury completed explanation. You can't expect them to do the work to arrive at the view of events that you have so you say that murder in the second degree if he was if they do find that he was committing a felony then murdering the second degree is likely to happen yes. They conclude that he committed the felony third degree assault under minnesota law then then then felony murder. He's done all. They have to prove for felony murder. So i my will gut would say that. That's the way it's gonna come down if it comes down to that one question on on whether or not You know that last ninety seconds Was answered for correctly. I just i think it's just too much emotion and and And as you point out not enough answering of that question right. I think he gets that. I mean if it were me on the jury i would have no hesitation in voting. Not guilty on this. I have more than sufficient reasonable doubt but as an attorney what some expertise in this area. I perhaps see things differently than we could reasonably expect. So's jurors seizing there. So not low experts. Why would you vote not guilty. Because i don't think the use of force was authorized. I don't think it was unlawful. I think it might not have been trained but that's different than being unlawful conduct. I think that was a reasonable use of force under the circumstances. I don't believe he was choking the life or crushing. The life of george floyd. I don't think there's evidence that the only evidence of that is that floyd ended up dying but there are alternative explanations for floyd to that that are consistent with not having been caused by joe vans knee including the ninety percent blockage of coronary artery pathological hypertension the enlarge part the fennel the meth that decision to fight lease for ten minutes. Any of those things could have killed floyd without show knee having been substantial contributing factor to flights that okay so murder in the third degree. Did they make this case. What were the strengths and weaknesses of that But again at that all hinges on the use of force being unauthorized..
"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"You're drunk you getting your car. You drive down the road. You're not trying to hit anybody in particular but you are creating danger to the public generally and then if you do cause injury. You're obviously responsible. Because i've injury that would be under third degree murder if you killed someone while drunk driving. It used to not apply if you were creating a danger. Only to a single individual it was. It was required that it was a group threat. A general threat but the the minnesota appellate courts recently rewrote that legal doctrine So that it can now apply to even a threat to only a single individual. That's why when i show van was originally charged with third degree. The judge in the case threw it out. He says no. This is not a case where there's a general threat but then the court of appeals changed the law. The prosecution came back in the third degree. Murder charge was reinstated. 'wow all right and the last one is manslaughter. In the second degree defendant caused the death of george floyd by culpable negligence. Defendant created on. The reasonable risk. Consciously took a chance of causing death or great bodily harm. Defendant may not have intended for his conduct to be harmful. This seems like that one's easy to hit out of the park and we're just going over the charges over the last few minutes. So let's let's talk about all three of these charges and and where you think they made the case or missed making the case. Let's start with murder in the second degree murder in the second grade. That's the felony murder charge. It has to be predicated on the whether or not he committed a third degree assault. And frankly it's open to factual interpretation whether or not you think he committed an assault. Do you think that usa ford was unauthorized. Under the circumstances. I expect that in fact chauvin and other officers and the npd have been using that exact same technique on suspects their entire careers and nobody has ever died as a result. I expect that. No one was more surprised when floyd died. Ben chauvin was that's why he has not been charged with an intentional killing. Even the prosecutors go believe he believed that he was killing. George floyd if they thought that was the case they would have charged him simply with straight up intentional murder instead of these variety of reckless killing. Georgia's so comes was his restraint floyd criminally reckless. Did he know he was creating a risk of death and did it anyway. That's really the basis for example. The manslaughter charge. And do you think that the prosecution made the case or do they even need to that that you know. They played the video over and over again. And it's excruciating to watch. I mean. I don't think there's a single american watching that that isn't emotionally filled with horror on. What's going on. Does he have a chance of of of of anybody actually saying no that that wasn't that wasn't a felony in the third degree. Well if the if the arguments have been made more effectively frankly..
"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"So cnn anchor. Don lemon said on monday. That maxine waters wasn't calling for violence in calling on demonstrators to get confrontational. If derek chauvin is acquitted. He's he said that you know it wasn't constructive but it's i mean it's look quote. Everyone with half a brain knows that maxine waters was not calling for violence. Everyone knows that. Really because i i have i have half a brain in fact i have the whole brain. I it was weird. Is i knew when republican said we're targeting a district and they were talking about You know Spending money in a district to flip a seat. I think everybody with half a brain understood that But you didn't so. Does that mean you have a quarter of a brain because this one was directly associated with violence. She is talking about going into the streets and get more confrontational and in a city. Where there already burning the city down to the ground. That doesn't seem like maybe with only a quarter of a brain Don lemon can't figure those things out by the way I know that anybody with half a brain knows that all of these police things you know that that's not giving people encouragement to go out and shoot people And so but so far. We don't know what the causes in new york city. The sharp rise in shootings continues to increase the numbers of shooting. Incidents and victims rose two hundred and fifty percent compared to the same period last year so only at two hundred and fifty percent increase at this time last year. Which is still what. I if i'm not mistaken. Weren't the riots going on at this time last year the of the riots. Pretty much That's happening in new york city. But anyone with half a brain knows that has nothing to do with the With the riots. By the way Did you see the the medics medical examiner ruling now from brian. sick nick. yeah. I did the police officer who passed away after the the capital riots after the capital rights in fact apparently according to the According to the medical examiner he died two days after. What is it says here he. There's no evidence that he suffered any internal or external injuries. No evidence that he had allergic reaction to any of the chemical irritants that we're dispersed The cause of death looks like he had a stroke and that was well after The the events so. I'm sure that don lemon is going to be apologizing for everything he said. Yeah they said something about how the all the stress at the capitol may have contributed to it. Okay about it okay. All right all the stress in the capital might have contributed to it. You might be in the wrong job if you're protecting the clouds in washington if you are worried about stress the glenn beck program american financing. Nmls one eight two three three four www dot nmlsconsumeraccess.org. 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Except maybe hundreds or even thousand dollars a month if you don't do it gain some financial security by going to american financing dot net american financing dot net eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty american financing dot net and head over to blaze tv dot com slash. Glenn the promo code glenn. You'll save ten bucks off your subscription to blaze tv with glenn beck studios america pat gray and more. Can you imagine being. They juror in this chauvin trial. I mean what is it. you're going through. We ever been on a jury before for anything important do i was. I went through jury selection on a healthcare some sort of healthcare trial and they. Once they found out that i worked with glenn beck. They were not They were not interested anymore and in me on the truth. Easiest way everyone out there if you ever wanted to get out of jury Jury duty just say you work with glenn beck. You are clear they do not want to anywhere here jerry. Actually one side really did once. I was like yeah. This guy seems pretty. Good the other ones. Like i went through the jury selection for a jury. Ana attempted murder and The the Prosecution knew exactly who i was but the defense had no idea. And when the when the defense said i'm okay with this With this juror the judge kind of looked at me looked at the prosecution and then looked at the other guy went. Okay and so. I mean good luck But you know we really tried to be fair and it was. I think it was an attempted murder charge And it was really frustrating. Because we couldn't we couldn't get the background of this guy.
"branca" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Shouldn't be there. Yeah going back to your trial for a second. It's been a while so correct me. If i'm wrong in any of these details but my my my memory of you being on the jury was that everyone kind of had an idea that this was a really bad case but the evidence in front of you limited you to say to really consider in struggle with with the with the verdict and guy was. This guy was an abusive guy. Tried to kill his girlfriend. We found out afterwards that it had happened multiple times and that he showed up in the trial. We didn't see it but hit the sneakers that he wore were the sneakers he wore when he tried to kill her and apparently there was blood. Splatter on the shoe okay. There was read the splatter on parts of the sneaker and we couldn't. we didn't know any of that. I it was but we couldn't go into the past and we could only consider what was in front of us. And so i think most of us walked in go and the guy is guilty as sin right however however however right and that's what is the evidence so that the work of a jury is. That's hard work right. The easy thing for you to do is look. He's a bad guy in the evidence doesn't quite add up but he's a bad guy and we we there's there's a little bit of a momentum behind that sort of side of it right and you had to fight that instinct to look at the evidence and do your job as someone on a jury right as a. You're the opposite. Is true here when you talk about. George floyd obviously times a thousand from your case the the overwhelming current and every one of them knows this be of course. They're they're well to way too aware of what's going on in the news. They all know about the story. They all know that number one. Everyone's gonna terrible if they let this guy off jovan number two. If they let him off their entire city will be flat. There will be no buildings left in it and none of their property will have any value and it is a catastrophe for the city. They probably love. And i'm telling you like they're human beings that's not supposed to enter their their mind put they have to be aware of this and it is completely ridiculous that we sit here in a world where this is the assumed and correct certainty that if there is not a guilty verdict of the i think honestly of the most extreme of the most extreme charge the highest punishment levels. Then you're going to have this type of of reaction and most of the media will sit there and justify it you know. I mean we saw this. Could you see this clip. A guy. I don't think we have here In front of us To play but it was clip of Cnn who reporters on the scene get attacked basically and was just less last week again. I think it was last week. Yeah and they they. They talked about it and they said well. Look i understand why. They're angry and You know it's understandable that they'd be this angry and we were getting pelted with water bottles and whatever else people could pick up and is understandable. Why they're angry. What are you talking about. But wh wh what kind of that's not justifiable. Because you're because someone you may or may not know had a bad interaction with police that may or may not. We don't even have the verdict yet. Be a crime although it looked pretty bad to me. Then it makes. It's justified to throw things at reporters like what..
Liquid Light Sauvignon Blanc 2018
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Ronald Epstein :: Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness, and Humanity
"Our guest today is Ronald. Epstein Ron Thank you so much for being here? Nice to meet you through your pleasure. Thanks for inviting me so glad you're here, so let's begin. We'll get to our main topic. Which is your book called attending? Medicine? Mindless inhumanity about? Let's start by just having you tell us a bit about your background. Will. Where do you want me to begin so? Whatever is appropriate for you and take your time right Well! You know I'm trying to think back when my first introduction to. The. World of the mind was and before the word mindful really gotten out into the public sphere and I think it was about when I was eight. I had asthma when I was a kid and there weren't very good medicines, and so I spent a lot of my childhood, coughing and feeling short of breath and. Never severe, but it was enough to be uncomfortable and certain point. I recall discovering that if I could lie down perfectly still. And breathe not too deeply, just kind of shallow. And could tolerate that very slight sense of not getting enough oxygen that I could feel a sense of calm and I wouldn't call off and eventually my breathing would feel more comfortable so I wasn't really doing anything about. The Branca's spasm made my airways. Though is doing something about the way. I could tolerate it. And Just, only realized that in retrospect that, but I was doing was probably a kind of meditation was a kind of activity of the mind which I was aware of my body as a whole. Setting aside judgments about comfort and discomfort. And, really being present the moment, and I know that every time I kind of recalled that when I lost my sense of focus than I would feel uncomfortable, my breathing would would even though I wasn't getting any more or less oxygen is somehow it was unpleasant so. So. A way, it's hard for me to talk about the before, and after I know people stay while they discovered mindfulness them. Was Somehow different and for me, that's not. It's just not the story that I can tell I think that has been with. Be always and then I just had different names for. and. was always interested in the body and the mind and the connection between the two of them in a philosophical way as well as a pragmatic way and. I did a lot of things before I ended up in school. Studied Chinese medicine say Chinese philosophy spent some time studying Buddhism since spent some time. It is in a center in San Francisco. and. I think it wasn't really until after I. Continue to practice to that time, but it wasn't until several years after I finished my training that began to occur to me that. The same quality of mind that I would have in meditation. was quite similar to the quality of mind. I would have I play music a musician. So when I was playing music, and also that quality of mind when I was. Really at the top of my game on as a doctor. Will tell you that you do medical school in residency, but you don't really feel like you're. Training is done until about five or ten years later. That it just takes takes a while to. Grow into the role and feel comfortable with all the uncertainties and. That was certainly true from the as well so. Coinciding with that time as this growing sense that. This life that had discovered. Through Meditation and in various other ways had relevance to the twin adopters. Began speaking, talking about mindfulness medicines those around the late nineteen nineties, so maybe twenty. Twenty two to twenty four years ago, so longtime.
"branca" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
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"branca" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly
"Into the office on my first day here it was Yahoo maps I think in an instructions on pick up my rental car and drive myself to work and that was in transport so the drive down ninety five south to transport and mind you in Malaysia we drive on the side of the road so so can often we drive so I've never drew driven on this side of the road before in my life the rate side the the the correct way the rates are you guys yes you guys will get crazy driving I don't know so I came out of the airport on I ninety five four damn time four in the morning I thought you know I'm GonNa just take a slow drive and I was slow Jehovah Ninety five God for five minutes at four in the morning on the opposite side of I ninety five minutes there were no cars so I didn't know I didn't have a point of view and I got onto I ninety five one in five minutes later I see this life from a distance and they got nearer and narratives ask why why is this coming so near to me and that was when I realized Oh shit why and trains and automobiles eh lucky early morning when you got here yeah yeah so I was able to pull aside I was shaken at that time or at was able to compose myself an after that trying to figure out how do I make a u-turn edifice remember that time that near the airport the minute you come out of the airport there was this big huge pot of garbage metal scraps in Philadelphia I was expecting palm trees maybe I got his huge. We're the lifeguard the smashed up cars special cars method like You know almost myself and that's when I read is hone aramoc right yeah it it did not it did not think in you know what what Philly is an impression that I had of America before I came here it does did not match it took a while you're out yeah probably shook you up my access thing about Philadelphia they're like year to sneak around it gets better really it gets better yeah when you moved here in two thousand there weren't really that many restaurants I mean just in general yeah you've been here for the whole do you think that that boom part of what inspired you to go into restaurants it is it is I remember when I first came here looking for a taste don't know us nothing there was nothing yet Chinese food here in two thousand was horrible bad remember eating Chinese press time instance this is not Chinese food even in Chinatown it wasn't the Chinese word that I knew and a lot has changed and availability of ingredients and equality ridden has increased so much in actually I think in the last ten years nothing because of immigration in the last ten years we we had and not of especially Southeast Asian immigrants here and the diversity of immigrants here is what made the food scene much better because they brought ingredients that was never available here at the twenty years ago we would not have I would not have access to automation two years ago it was due challenging define night banana leaves at freshman bananas so it wasn't even available here we actually created a market for fresh green Donna leaves three and a half years ago bringing it up from Florida bringing it out from Mexico and and now we could actually have haven't here in the city and Asian Arabs restaurant every summer.
"branca" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly
"In this episode we sit down with Ange Bronco owner and chef of Saute come par on East Past Young Age tells the story of growing up in a small village in Malaysia and come into the Estates pursue a career in business unable to find any authentic Malaysian restaurants in the area and growing disinterested with the corporate world she decided to drop out gather bunch of family food critic Craig Lebron said of take him par there are few places in the city where crossing the threshold is like traveling across the globe satay Kampar is one sauteed impart was also a James Beard semifinalist best new restaurant in the country in two thousand seventeen we have a special guest host sitting in on this one because reef could make it please rate review subscribe up to this podcast if you haven't already we can't stress how important it is a show your support also follows on social media twitter facebook instagram all as Philly but we hope you enjoy uh-huh Hello Ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Philly Blunt China good times hey this is great we have a special guest co host this week reef not able to make it so instead we've got the one the only Kirby Eh yeah leave the hope you're listening to not home yet missing it all and if you do a great job tonight firing reef you're in so don't don't screw this up all fire greg he seems to know what he's still about me that's the problem trust me would have fired the longtime ago we hear the way of recording all right so we've got a great guests this week excited to have her on the show And Brian NCA- pronounced correctly yeah that's fine Branka Andrew Blank Okay we've got Angie Branka owner and chef of saute compared announced that right yep you did all right he's on my name is for Turkey so welcome to the show we opened the restaurant along with husband John what three years ago three and a half years ago yeah two thousand sixteen okay that was a pretty big jump for you you had started in the corporate world and Kinda came into the restaurant Biz with not much restaurant experiences yeah that's exactly right my entire Korea wasn't a carpet wool Jitsu in and I worked for IBM for quite a while a climb up the corporate ladder went all the way up to the corporate data discovered know what I don't quite fit in here decided the restaurant is probably fit in the best and I totally enjoyed it so decided to open a restaurant seems crazy everyone told told me that I lost my mind is going through a crisis or something like that but did you have any restaurant experience I know you're crazy paid off though well I so the thing though as I did know how to cook I didn't know how to cook the cuisine that I grew up with very well sure but lots of people know how to cook looking in running a restaurant or two very different things Yeah I knew exactly what I was getting into I knew to kind of work that's required to run a restaurant I have family members in Malaysia who have run a restaurant street food cards back home and I was a kid ours always helping some of my family members who ran restaurants streets apart and and I under then what kind of work is like so you know the only difference that I had to learn here not so much of the weather running restaurant is this you know the the health poets here and what the Hell Co two have department koets Iraq crecy yeah that pot two and licensing and stuff like that and was good at out I pretty much know how to make the food run the food and how to operate The restaurant which the good thing though about the restaurant that I did come far it is a prettier restaurants if you come in you notice that the service is as if you travel halfway around the world because that's the only service I knew the food is just like you have traveled to Malaysia because that's the only knew how to cook so I wasn't trying to change anything I wasn't trying to adapt to what I think Americans one I just did what I knew and I think that's why I was able to succeed in what I did because there's a restaurant where I came from not what I think Dat America's one I think that's what made it successful is that a tough is that a tough decision though because obviously you're you have to cater to a customer most of your customers are going to be Americans and we're in Philadelphia where people have very strong opinions about things were you at all scared that Oh they might want an American version of Malaysian Food Oh yeah John talked so much about what we might things and and the challenges we might have we had all those challenges we had refers to come par in Malaysia south you know when someone artist Tame the menus will will does in the menus will will be caper six and and we didn't realize that Malaysia most people would be expected to order sticks by the dozen to eat because that's present at the center of the meal when you go to a place that's what you really want eight is a lot of Satay I brought out yesterday twenty thirty six person but when we first opened the doors media realized that that culture doesn't translate here and and other people coming in to order one stick to share with between two people you know a couple and and what will be binding half a stick and sharing a half of the etiquette somebody listening and they don't know what is for to explain it to us Yep sure yeah Satay as marinated Meat I need smaller pieces of me that's really well marinated and spice up sometimes Spicer Chagrin as spices salt and he's always brought on a coconut sharp in Malaysia and and the reason we grew it on coconut shot Choco maybe because it's a natural few that we have in Malaysia but he's also a smokeless chocolate the aroma of Saturday is the whole experience of waiting for your meal as well the Aromas almost like spice incense that enveloping the the restroom on and and also the skewers skuas do not do not have a smokiness to it because we don't use American Woods doesn't have that smoking us in Schaub chocolate enhances the smoke and aroma of spices so that's what Satay is is always easier with peanut sauce and alpina sauces made from scratch edge it's not peanut butter is not a pays is actually kind of like a gravy that you would put on top of Saturday and how we eat satay hard time finding coconut charcoal here the only ones in the US cooking on cooking chocolate imported every year you bring it in from NFS Few batches were from Malaysia. Sometimes we get stuff from India but yeah we it's hard to sausage is so now in the restaurant of F I R right and then how many skewers do I get too many sticks to I get now we found on by five six ten stakes just to just to get the message across you know minimum finds thanks for president with the reasonable way of enjoying satay and not half a state for me you're out of business real fast sharing one st yeah but it was a quick you know we learned a lot of lessons because it was for me it was about how how translate my culture here and it's something that I was not aware of let me first opened our doors because there are a lot of cultural differences is that I took for granted and I just assumed that people would eat the same way I would if I serve this kind of food and I realized that no I mean it's not many people understand how to eat this kind of food the way I would just assume for example Rendong and rice and and we still rise of Lao Lao meat dishes like curries down and vegetable dishes and in Malaysia where we OUGHTA rice plate it is our order ice skate we don't share our rights pates right so everyone orders arise plate for themselves and the Lao which is the protein and vegetables is always charitable dishes we always have to admit the table so we just take a spoonful of that an eat we've made a rice but what I notice you had America without any one explaining to them the rice would be mid off the table and everyone has their own pay rent down off the culture so site then you get a little ruler sound robbing people on the doing things wrong yeah but this is this is the things that I never knew before and it's a cultural difference in and for us to gradually over the last three years trying to explain to customers this we creating a manual for them suggesting flipping suggesting a manual which is true it'd way would approached his food eventually that those you know those kind of where it spread and and customers will bring new friends and they were about the way of eating at a restaurant and over time it has changed but it was challenging so having to sort of is you're sorta tell a story as much as it is to serve the Food I mean you're obviously he obviously had to let people know that this is you just you know people when they think of that region I think probably think more.
"branca" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Okay. So let's see here. Let's I have a question for you and six games left. Branca's charters raiders patriots. Saints Bengals how many wins losses. I told you the only two losses will be against the patriots and the saints. So what does that four wins before and to demonstrate? Yeah. So you'd have them finishing eleven to one. Eleven five and won. See his math is van his eleven four one, right? Math again do that. Math eleven five and won. See his is bad and real eleven four sixteen games. Lancer sixteen games. They can't be eleven five. You're right. My man. Is there? I. I've never claimed the guy that is you that is you Mr.. That's. There were at least. You can count reps better. Yeah. Well. We should maybe we should stick to talking just about football at night. Let's definitely numbers out of it. This game shows will for sure. Five what that's sixteen. Time added that Dan tied. I hope you guys heard that that was pure comedy the end people giving me are time one. Plus when I think, I don't know. I'm giving the dumb jock thing of real some legs here. Some people say laser plane is bad as healers didn't. I. You're my math is bad, man. Undo what a polish I I'm going to make the shift, man. I think I'm going to Comcast direct TV stinks. Something I'm going to that one hundred and fifty megabits per second. I can't take this. Okay. So here we hoof. Now. Let's go. He's a lot of people making fun of us here as we should be made fun of. So let's let's go back and find some questions here. Okay. So. I passed. That says that he said Tomlin said that Anthony tequila had an ankle late on a special teams play said that'll be something to watch especially with the Steelers only carrying three Outside Linebackers. You have to wonder if they would have to make a move. I hope that he would be okay. We'll see. That's definitely a lot of people want to ask about Ryan Switzer. What are your thoughts on Ryan Switzer? I think Moore's a let's be on returner in the NFL anymore is someone that is reliable to catch fair to fair catch the pond and to maybe give you a spark every now. And then there's no more Devon Hesters in the league because he basically taken the kickoff at of the game. So what are your thoughts on Switzerland's receiver with his team? He's a cute little player. But he's not the guy that you wanted to feel you jails Washington view on the field. You want that second round guy that take that step forward and bring the element of being able to stretch the field you want that guy on? Field. He's a guy play RPO type guy. That's what you want him for on offense. I mean, preferably again, you'd rather have James washed out there playing, but let me ask you, Jeff. Why was Jordan Dangerfield playing? Somebody get hurt. I didn't hear them saying thing believe it or not Jordan Dangerfield is in their goal line package and the Steelers to stop the run in the second half played with almost a goal line defense. Type. Look you have to watch it on the all twenty two damage colors come in. I think at they kept mccullers in. But the Jordan Dangerfield actually plays in the Steelers goal line defense. And so they had him out there on specific occasions where they wanted to sell out the stop the run and for the life of me. I still can't believe it at work a goal line defense. She gets shredded down the field and the Jaguars just could they couldn't do it. Which is a good lead into a question that we had the Steelers bad against the run. Do you think that's gonna be issue moving forward? Or is this game? Just a flute. Our don't, but I think it hinges on to its health because a Lou Lou solid guy. Cal player Callum, go cow Bayer's Eluned cheese. Big game got cancelled due to weather. We would've beaten Stanford. But you know, we'll be Stanford next week in Eljay Walton is not good in the interior..
"branca" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"They'll have time before their next game and they're going to need it. Dino they play next who the Broncos are. The carnal Branca's. I'm assuming they're face a good team is in the AFC west team. It's the chiefs isn't it? They play the chiefs next, put their schedules, just absolutely brutal. You ready for it. I'm my body is ready. Let's do this their next. Let's see. Five games, chiefs. Texans chargers Steelers Bengals. I'm sorry, see that one more late way. Let's say the school that one at a time cheese sheaves which is a tough game. I'm trying. I did that. I wasn't listening. I'm doing hold up. They have a tough schedule ahead of them. So if anyone got the mixed up from, sorry, Texans, that's a tough game chargers. Another playoff. That's a Super Bowl contender. Also Steelers, that's a tough game. I'm not gonna say SuperBowl contenders Ingles another tough team. So all those teams are five hundred or better, but the only team that's five hundred is Texas. Everybody else's over. That could be five straight losses. Yes. So they needed that game last night. Why? That's that's something else their schedule. If let's just say that they do get through that tough scheduled, their last few games are very favorable. They would play the forty Niners the Browns, the raiders and the chargers their last four, which is. You could see them going three and one in that game or that stretch of the chargers you're saying? Yeah, but I mean, they have to go. They'd have to go, I think they have to go three and two of their next five games or else they're done because there are three and four it now. So if you go to and three in your next five. Five. So like like six and ten is like what we're predicting at the moment. So right now there are three and four. Let's say these next five, tough games they go to and three. They would be what? Five and seven they'd be dead like they'd be dead in the water at five and said, well, we, we gotta give him some CPR get quick. Give give give give them water to. Yeah, so they must win minimum of three games. Wouldn't you say the next five? They gotta win three. Those somehow some what's tall, tall, tall glass of water order. I don't think the water matters. Funding. You don't work on. You gotta work on these anals drink water and see what happens. You gotta work on them, drink water and see what happens. You'll shrivel up and die. Yes. So they need the waters talk glass of water older, but they drink. Key anyways. So what else do you take from last night's game? Anything you wanna talk about cardinals going nowhere fast. They like David Johnson. The damn ball outside of the tactic did give it to them around thirteen or fourteen times they turn around the handed to them, and three dudes are in the backfield tackling him before he can even look run the ball unnecessarily amount of time on the inside which he should be outside guy. They at least chest his outside ability. He's fast. Offense align is not as good as it used to be. Would you agree with me that David Johnson, look, I get it. He missed the last season without wrist injury, but we don't forget David Johnson. Right? Like you still remember, David Johnson. Like not now, but like his Howard he was, yeah. He had a wrist injury by the way, so it's not clear. His are not career any a season ending, but it's an injury that doesn't affect his like athleticism, you know, like an injury or elite or something like that. So how do you not get that guy the ball outside. How do you not get him the ball in route? I don't get it like, I just don't understand why you don't focus your offense around your best player. He's so dynamic. I mean, would you agree with me that he is athletics in the same classes early on Bill, like he's an all around running back and my right. You cut like eighty passes two years ago. Dude, we didn't forget about that. Right? Was a fantasy football monster. He was agreed clear like he's just regardless of the numbers. He's fast. He's big. He's strong like he's. I don't know. He's bigger than a lot of these other running backs and just as fast, he's impressive human wrong team. Let's be real. Just trade them..
"branca" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Amazing what he did sonic youth as mentioned were were were sort of children of the Glenn Branca revolution, and it's the only way to describe it because nobody else was doing music like that at that time Thurston Warren Lee Rinaldo in particular, the way they approached their guitars is not so much as an instrument based in blues chords or or anything traditional. They were basically sound machines and we can do anything you want with these six strings. We can attack them with screwdrivers or drumsticks and make these tones. And you know, the thing that bronc I think really showed me because I did get to see one of his guitar symphonies inaction in New York in the eighties was that when you would melt one guitar with another, you would get a third tone. Imagine what you get when you had, you know, guitars playing or whatever, you know and sonic you sort of took that into the guitar rock context, this band and the album that they made in nineteen eighty eight in particular daydream nation. I think we're a bridge between no wave of New York and the. KTAR symphonies Bronco and the acceptable edge of the unacceptable is as Peter buck of REM wants to drive, you know what became known as alternative rock. They pave the way for for for that in the nineties. So the song play from what I think is sign accuse finest album daydream nation. A double album is a track called silver rocket in which you can hear the fact that there's a song there, but at the same time, they're using these tunings and these textures, and these sound effects with the Qataris that are sort of creating this noisy mayhem, like atmosphere from which this song could emerge to me. It was the most exciting thing I was hearing in rock during that period but firm about nineteen eighty five through nineteen ninety. I thought sonic youth was the best band in the world. And here's an example of.
"branca" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"The reality star to seeking and they let their imagination get ahead of them and they started to say what if he comes they can picture it picture it yeah man and this situation if he doesn't come to ask you a question it's to lebron let me answer for the branca's he's the subject to the and it's like okay i'll it before y'all burma jerseys y'all mad at me when i come to la y'all bumi at the free throw line which i hope doesn't pierce through to lebron maybe it does but it shouldn't he's been there before the laker fans out here throwing paper at in a gunfight throwing paper spit ball in a gunfight nothing you can do nothing you can do whatever you want which is going to be futile efforts and we just move on with young core let's get back to a more positive speculative mode okay yeah he's having it because i do think it's going to be awkward at first when lebron incredibly exciting but it's going to be awkward because i court yes that's the word the people that are laker people koby people are going to they can't reconcile in their brains that lebron is here and part of this now i think you'll still be right right up until he starts to do what he does and then it'll go away like that yeah but the okay man but you better they're going to be holding onto the kids they're gonna holding onto the legacy of kobe magic and you're not part of this yet until you do this i think there were ception will be overwhelmingly positive but i think there's going to be an element of all right now show me which is the dumbest thing ever because it's lebron james okay i got to answer this one and my father's tone of voice as i grew up many times out coming to house daddy.
"branca" Discussed on No Huddle
"I i think i can see it both ways in terms of branca's guy let's have a ton of injuries this is our first real concussion and she there at the end of this she and then he's made a ton of money and the guys that's been varying traditions with his money saved all kinds of the salary based studies got an alert this very spended endorsement money so fortunate to be maxence where he has the power to walk away but the same time interests might have that ability to convince people only now ago gosh went daniels or turning patriots uh can convince people produce strongly day so drunk they do have to look at maybe upping its contract period probably gets one more shot at his big deal the forty hangs up here so i didn't definitely it could jewish here but i he it's not just an empty threat landscape quarterbacks moving four when it comes to new contract has contracts have really jump through the roof readiness andrew luck would is aiming seven million bucks guaranteed to jimmy garoppolo it is one thirty seven contract only played five games and now here in kirk cousin is making one hundred fifty million bucks guaranteed from the jets why is that the case for our kirklands and not yet for someone like an aaron robinson drew brees it'll be weird all the time this every year the guys up next to get the money is going to be biased paid and it's gonna keep going and go in and get him a concern for teams because that's what you have to pay to get a guy like others but you're still about 100 percent sure you're getting anybody close to a guy that's going to lift to lombardi trophy for you so that this market.
"branca" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To high rises them solomon hustled them for you know to x x so i want quainton jim now is that you were going to quit year nine to five years here fulltime job you actually ceo any oftentimes at a negative experiences positive outcomes count curve of the company that i was working for ratifying ding and my wife my through looked at each other and said hey i think we could make a run at this on our own and in two thousand one we started by first company with caused serious company hosts called media bakery and that's kind of how you have experience and stock how no interest rate by a part of that i had worth ninety five for a company called the image branca and in the stock photo business of almost twenty years ago transparencies were the leading way which image buyers are are fires got access to photos dan down the image bank was subsequently acquired by getty images before they actually washed their first website only ninety diesel the do you think it never ferrying four inspiring entrepreneurs tell work for another confidence in me and are i think everyone's path unfolds in different ways but certainly um entrepreneurs who take the lens of what they want to do if it's a entreprer who wants to build a very big business where they have to raise capital against it certainly having that fortune 500 of that traditional business experience shapes accu men and i think that's a really critical uh growth component force another first steps starting here on wpro a lot of got a lot of fear or you know you have to overcome your fear of wants to commit to an idea and i'm sure you have heard other entrepreneurs talk about this new start sharing that idea with others and it's almost you know his fighter you so deeply that you might in confiding a friend to say you have this idea and then the more that you practice that the more the idea shapes you hear the feedback and you ultimately take the plunge and start that business but one of the earliest tips so i think that we can share with with an audience that is that in fact you have to share your idea and not coveted tax iraq time to fire in gorman connect.
"branca" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You know two three x yeah so at one point because you now that you were going to quit era in to hide your care fulltime job you actually still on on oftentimes at of negative experiences positive outcomes counting on and the avenues occur the company that i was working for ratifying ding and my wife my sort of looked at each other and said hey i think we could make a run at this on our own and in two thousand one was started by first company that it would cause serious company hosts called media bakery down let's kinda how enforcing you have an experienced and no industry by part of that i had worth ninety five for a company called the image branca and in the stock votto business of almost twenty years ago transparencies were the leading waiting which image buyers or art buyers got access to photos and the image bank was subsequently acquired by getty images before they actually launched their first website only ninety the do you think it from ferrying for inspiring entrepreneurs tell work for another company in the industry they wanted me and our yeah i think everyone's path unfolds in different ways but certainly um entrepreneurs who took the length of what they want to do if it's a entrepreneur who wants to build a very big business where they have to raise capital against it certainly having that fortune 500 of that traditional business experience uh shaped acumen and i think that's a really critical uh growth component what we're some of those steps starting your own a lot of guts a lot of fear or you know you have to overcome your fear but once you commit to an idea and i'm sure you heard compared to other entrepeneurs talk about this you start sharing that idea with others and it's almost fighter you so deeply vet you might have been confiding a friend to say you have this idea and then the more that you pray actress that the more the idea shapes you hear the feedback and you alternately take the plunge and start that business but the one of the earliest tips i think that we can share with an audience that is that in fact you.