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Leading Saints Podcast
"brian fisher" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Welcome back to the leading saints podcast today as man, such an opportunity to welcome in Bronco mendenhall. How are you Bronco? I'm great. How about you? Very good. This was a fun interview and we talk about everything from your time working with horses as a boy to develop young men as a college football coach, but maybe for those that don't aren't familiar with you, they've lived under a rock and never heard of BYU football. Put yourself in the context. Awesome, my name is Bronco, mendenhall. I came to BYU as an assistant coach under former coach Gary croton. I was the defensive coordinator for three years, and then I became the head coach for 11 seasons. So maybe I was the defensive coordinator for two years. I had a no, but I don't. Anyway, I was the BYU for 13 years, 11 is the head coach. I then left Brigham young university, became the head coach at the University of Virginia for the past 6 years, so my life has been the work of college football, but really the work of developing young men through college football and hopefully serving as an ambassador for our faith and solid member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. And recent podcaster, right? You've joined the squad here of podcasters, you're the, I don't know if you call your shift the host or one of the co hosts of head coach you, right? Did I say it right? Yeah, I don't know if I'm the host either. So there is a host, Brian Fisher. I started as being an interviewee, and now I think co host is probably what I am. Anyway, we love to teach amazing lessons from football leaders that might apply to family leaders, church leaders, but just anyone that wants to help young people grow and develop, and I thought that'd be a good use of our time or my time right now as I paused my football career for the season. Awesome. Well, let's jump into it. Here's my interview with Bronco minden hall. So Bronco, what is it like? You've
Double Tap Canada
"brian fisher" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"We're populating our YouTube channel rather beautifully at the moment. I see what we are. Market flowers doing an incredible job on that at the moment so thank you to Mark. But I just thought I wanted to play that in because I think sometimes it's nice to just stop and take stock. Now, I have to say, I'm not one of these people who thinks that we should be bowing down and seeing thank you all the time for the work that these companies do. It is our right to have the same access as everyone else. But when great work is done, it should be recognized. And I think that the reason great work is done is because of the things that Catalina has talked about there. She's talked about the fact that inclusions at the heart of it ask disabled people what they want, ask them what works and listen to them. I mean, really it's as simple as that. It's the simplest concept. But it is so unusual. Unusual. Exactly the point. And that is the reason why we should be excited by the change at Microsoft as I've said many times before. I think that the change, the turnaround, when it comes to their accessibility, is absolutely incredible. And we should acknowledge that and we should interact with them and we should say, you know what, you're doing it right, and this is great. And when they're doing it wrong, also pick them up on that. But it's an entire change of attitude at Microsoft and yeah, I think it's great. You know, the reason I think that the priest thing is good, right? And it's interesting to be Brian Fisher on from that rule blind text show recently. Joined as well. And we were talking about Apple, and he was talking about the fact that he's just basically fed up with Apple because he feeds back to them. He gets nothing. No response, nothing. Not even an acknowledgment that they've received his email that they might work on it. They might not work on it. Nothing. And he said, this really, really edits me. Because he wants like we all do, we want these systems to work for us, and the thing about the apple thing is and he's just bought himself a MacBook M two MacBook Air M two. As I've done. Yeah, exactly. And it's like, why are we doing this to ourselves?
Bloomberg Radio New York
"brian fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Director of Homeland Security and emergency management. The water is going to remain high, particularly above the normal high tide line for as long as a day or two into Tuesday in some communities. Alaska's Brian Fisher of emergency management also said that there have been no reports of injuries, deaths or missing people. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg tombo. Michael Barr, Andy Pettit beat the Red Sox, pat mission, the mets shut out the Marlins. The Giants beat the bucks without Tom Brady, and Ahmet Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs and the jets beat the Titans. 13 years ago, the last time the jets the mets, the Yankees and the Giants all won and the same day. No one else happened yesterday. The Lions won. Oh boy. Oh my God. Stop the presses. And to tell you something else that's really exciting in baseball, Aaron judge, 58 and 59. Yep. He's gonna do it. Every swing looks the exact same easy. I mean, I don't know how many this guy can hit this year. I mean, I guess it's just a question of, are they going to pitch to him? Well, that's the question. Yeah. Because you know, once he makes contact, goodbye. So I know the brewers are like, man, we shouldn't have thrown with you. It's a great ballpark there and Milwaukee. Rich from the River Thames, emails in and says, he's the only New York Giants fan in London, guys Jacobs and Bradshaw were on the Giants. I made a folk pie. Is the front sake as well, that's very exciting that the Lions won. I mean, that's the reason enough for me to come home. We'll be home for our fed day coverage. I'm going to fly tomorrow. Good. Cost of francine as a Gulf Stream. Oh, please. Make a phone call. You know, take a photo, but I'm going to do the fed show Wednesday. It's going to be very, very interesting, which at least is so very full Wednesday. As well. Please stay with us. This historic day in London from New York. This is Bloomberg surveillance. Cyber circle is spraying together developers and entrepreneurs from around the world. Join us in San Francisco for circles converge 22 from September 27th to the
"brian fisher" Discussed on WTOP
"President's home. It's 8 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour, presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance. I'm Monica rixon, New York, damage assessments will start when the sun comes up as Alaska continues getting hammered by a powerful storm. Brian Fisher's director of emergency management. We will go out with fema and the Red Cross to do on the ground damage assessments, both to look at the infrastructure, but really to focus on homes. The storm's already caused power outages along the coast and swept homes right off their foundations. In the Atlantic forecasters are watching tropical storm Fiona gain strength as it barrels towards Puerto Rico. Brian Reinhart with the national hurricane center and says Fiona could become a hurricane before making landfall. Very close either near or over the southwestern portion of Puerto Rico. And then near the eastern tip and the northern coast of the Dominican Republic later today into tonight. As wildfires grow in California, some homeowners are paying more or losing their insurance policies altogether. Here's CBS reporter Matt bigler. David Blum, who lives in a beautiful wooded area north of San Francisco, recently found out his homeowner's insurance policy was canceled. And we were pretty frantic. We had three brokers working on finding us replacement policies. It's estimated that insurance companies have ended coverage for thousands of Californians as providers pull out of high risk fire areas. Not only has it gotten more expensive, but it's become virtually unavailable. One of the most powerful typhoons in the last 70 years is now starting to slam Japan. BBC correspondent Rupert Winfield Hayes has details. At least 4 million people living in the path of the typhoon have been told to leave their homes and go to local emergency shelters, the country's well prepared for dealing with such storms, but scientists say climate change is making them bigger and more destructive. More bodies showing signs of torture are now being discovered in Ukraine as troops gain background there. CBS Deborah patter reports from esom. Investigators led by harkey's chief war crimes prosecutor oleksandr ilyenkov are exhuming the bodies, some better signs of torture. We found bodies with rope around their neck and hands, he told us the discoveries come as Russia faces international pressure to end the war. The palace is now ramping up preparations for Queen Elizabeth's funeral tomorrow in London. CBS is Steve futterman is there. More of the massive security measures are going into effect today more roads are being cut off to traffic. According to officials here, this is the largest security operation in the country's history. Monday has been declared a national holiday in Britain for the queen's funeral and heads of state, including President Biden and the First Lady are expected to attend. It's expected to be one of the most watched events in history. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. 8 O three on Sunday, September 18th, where it's 63° and we're going up to the mid 80s today. Good morning, I'm John Aaron, the top local stories we're following this hour, an elite group of local rescuers is heading to Puerto Rico as tropical storm Fiona bears down on the island. It's expected to grow into a hurricane before striking the U.S. territory's southern coast this afternoon. Montgomery county fire rescue
Double Tap Canada
"brian fisher" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"The sense that they can be the ones to try and influence in some way. But I guess in Russia, that's very difficult to do. I don't know how you get around that. I mean, what can they do? Let's be honest about it. That was depressing. Yeah, let's move away from just because I want to ask a question can because this is a bigger issue for a lot of people, especially in our countries. Does unplugging appliances actually save electricity and money? Well, you think it would, right? I can't plug it this dot plugin. It's not drawing anything from the grid, right? If you unplug it, there's no drill. At all. So it must save. It must do. Well, it obviously seems obvious, right? A lot of people think they're leaving stuff and stand by. Do you do this? I do this. I must admit, I leave everything pretty much. I think clearly there's definitely a drama of some kind of power. It's a minimal amount, but I remember the story is that people used to say a lightbulb will never burn out if you never turn it off because it's the turning on and off. Bolt of power that draws the most amount of energy. And I think that may have been the case, but I think a lot of that has been resolved with things like power management and such. So we'll plug in something, save you power. I think it'll save you a little bit. Will you notice the difference? Maybe buy a couple pennies on your Bill, maybe. Yeah, and also sometimes if I'm honest, it's the problem of always connected technology. Because I have my TV at home, I've got my set top box connected to it my satellite box. And if I turn that box off at night because it's in the living room. So if I turn that off at night, and I go upstairs to the bedroom and I want to watch TV. I can't because everything comes from that box as a hub. So that box has to be on all the time. Otherwise, none of the other TVs will function. So there's that. Then I have to therefore leave my return, which is connected up, and I therefore have to leave all my Wi-Fi devices on if I want BDA to work. I need to leave the Internet on and I need to leave all my ladies on. If I want my smart blocks to work, I need to leave all my smart blocks plugged in and switched on. It's very difficult to turn anything off without screwing everything up. But the argument is I've got smart plugs and smart power extensions. So the idea that they are constantly on and they're always going to be drawing a little bit of power to stay connected to the Wi-Fi network. But the amount of power they save by turning devices off, like my monitor like my speakers, like my mixers, like my lamps in the house, whatever. The amount of power they save by turning those off during overnight or whenever early morning. So that makes up for the power that they draw to stay connected to the Wi-Fi, doesn't it? It must surely be better, more savings than it's taking in. That makes sense. I think you also think about the downside. I think you got to think about the devices that do draw energy whilst you're not using them. Anything basically with a light on it. Or any kind of display that shows the devices off. That makes sense, right? Because if it's a standby light, then that light has to be powered, so therefore it's drawing power. But you arguably the sads up, right? And you think about what we're talking about here, of course, is this huge rise in electricity costs. So with all that in mind, a penny can become two pennies and then suddenly over a month, that can add up and so it goes. Computers that just left in sleep mode like mine forever. Chargers that still draw power, even if the device is not connected. Oh, that's a good one. Yeah. And that's true. We tend to think that if you've not got anything plugged into them, they don't draw any power, but the other thing that's true. Not with all of them. Media players that continually draw power, especially ones that might still scan for updates in the background. Not tell us what that would be. Today and I suppose you have an example of that because she's always on. She's always sitting there, she will go for updates. That's an example of that. Well, but this one phones with displays that show where not an active use, like cordless phones. They drop power. Oh, come on, that's nothing. There's nothing. Yeah, well, you can pay my trusty Bill. Pointless. Okay. Oh, smart home appliances like refrigerators, washers and drives. That have always on displays. Sometimes even Internet connectivity, electronic controls as well. I wonder if we just shut down the power grid in the house just to see what happens. If nothing was being drawn, I mean, well, I would guess in your house it would be about three seconds before everyone stops screaming. I would freak out. And I think it would start screaming at me. I think you would join in. I don't think you'd be first to be honest. I think I don't think you'd be fast. Well, you know, it's about just knowing, I guess, about some of the devices in our homes, the ones that can draw the power. I think that's what I feel at the moment. I'm kind of thinking my way around the house and thinking, what could I turn off at night? And you need to do a smart plug. You think, well, if I use a smart plug to tunnel, did you know they still draw power? Yes. Even though this time the device you're connected to off is still drawing power from the source. So it's interesting. Interesting. Anyway, stick around. I have a very sad story to share with you next. This is double tap Canada. We'll be back in a moment. This is double tap Canada. Now back to the show. You know this music's far too jaunty for the story I'm going to tell. I'm going to stop that music. Because I'm stopping it. I have that power. But the depressing music on then. I'm so sad. I'm so upset. I couldn't even find myself a sad piece of music. Go on. Yeah, well, I think that's more appropriate to be honest. His time to say goodbye to the 11 inch MacBook Air. Yeah. Sorry, is that the sad news, is it? I mean, we said goodbye to that years ago, surely. Now hang on. I've still got one. It's over there, and it's very offended at the moment. Yeah, three macbooks are being added to the obsolete list. At the end of April, meaning that basically you're going to have a hard time getting them to fix if you have one. So the three models are all from mid 2014. The 11 inch MacBook Air, the 13 inch MacBook Air, and the 13 inch MacBook Pro from that year. The 11 inch was chemo in 2010 as a cheaper option for the 13 inch. Now, Mark, I have to say, when I saw this, all my Friends on my blind Friends were like, 11 inch MacBook Air perfect. That's great for us. Great size. What did you think of an 11 inch mate bouquet? Because I just think you would look at that and go, what? I looked at it and I said, this would be fun, great portable travel device. But then I used it. And I realized that the size of the screen is pointless. I might as well be using a tablet. That's right. Wow. And actually, it's more like a 13 inch really because the bezels are huge on it. I mean, it was. I mean, don't get me wrong, it's 2014 device, so it wasn't as the modern style, but still, the 13 inch became the popular one. The really popular one was the MacBook here. I think every student in the land had one of those at one point. It was revolutionary, wasn't it? The design of MacBook Air when that first came out. We have seen anything like it before, yeah. And for us, the 11 inch just meant the whole form factor was so small and portable. It was amazing. But now, I mean, you could argue because of the bezel sizes and how the design is gone, that a 13 inches possibly the same size as the 11 inch MacBook Air was back in the day anyway. Yeah, that's true. That's true. And the discontinued the MacBook here stopped selling it in October 16. When they launched the 13 and 15 inch MacBook Pro with touch bar, terrible. Washed idea ever. They say that if you have got one, you might get some battery only repairs. It depends on which country you're in. But yes, all three notebooks have apparently been on apple's vintage list since 2020. It's not even worse. It's on the obsolete list. It just doesn't feel I mean, when I use that machine, I think. I mean, even today it's not brilliant. I mean, compared to today's machines, but at the same token, I still use it for odd stuff. And even voice-over is still pretty good on it. It's not obviously it lives within a bubble. I mean, I tend to use it more for just working off text documents. I like it for notes. And for me, it's just a great little note taker. It's a brilliant machine. I really love it, but it just seems so it's such a shame. I wonder though it was interesting because James rath tweeted me this week and he said, blind filmmaker, and he said, do we think we'll ever see an 11 inch or maybe even 12 inch MacBook again? And I'm just wondering about what's coming out this year mark because this talk of a 15 inch MacBook Air coming out. So maybe a 12 inch MacBook Air? Maybe a 12 inch MacBook Air with a 13 inch screen. Okay. Wow, I didn't realize that would be. So I'm gonna try to wrap our heads around that one there, all right, okay. Yeah, totally. But with a nice 13 inch diagonal screen. You're minimizing on the body of now. You're adding the portable. I'm not done. I'm done. I'm out. It's kind of what I started at the beginning, but yeah, that's right. Oh, I love how your teeth credit for your own. Nonsense. Love you, Mark. All right, listen. No, that's it. We're done. But it's been a lot of fun. I haven't enjoyed myself. Those guys haven't, but I put a great time. Thanks to Brian Fisher from that real blind texture. It's a great show. We are back across with another brilliant double tap Canada next week, this double tap TV as well. Don't forget to check that out on your television or your app if you've got the MIT app or on YouTube. No, we go to the AMI TV app. You don't go to YouTube. Terrible place, terrible place. That's accessible. New women want to go there. That's it for us. Back again next week. I quit. Thanks for listening, and keep your feedback coming. Call one 8 four four 9 7 one one 9 9 9 and leave us a voicemail. Email, feedback at AMI dot CA. We're also on Twitter at double tap Canada, and on Facebook, can't wait till next week, ask your smart speaker to play double tap Canada, or listen on the podcast app of your choice. Thanks for listening. Catch you again next time. This was an AMI podcast for more accessible media, visit AMI dot CA..
Double Tap Canada
"brian fisher" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"Lot of their channels and they told me recently it's approaching a million views. But it showed us doing our draft and doing the same thing and it's basically we enjoy fantasy football too and we just want to be part of the conversation and the purpose of the documentary was to show companies why it is important for them to make their app accessible. It's something as mindless as fantasy football. You know, we're not talking about solving the world's issues here or anything. But it's just fun and it's like I said, it brings out we had people that were in the league for the first time this year and you're like, well, I don't know how big into it I'm going to get well. Just try it. I think the first week, you know, guys making waiver wire moves and he's texting me. I'm making a waiver water moves at the office. This is awesome. And you have it all in the power of your hand in everything. And it's there are a lot of other fantasy companies out there and gambling is now becoming pretty big as they're legalizing it in a lot of states in this country. And none of these sports apps are fully accessible like Yahoo fantasy and Yahoo sports. So Yahoo has really done a great thing here. And there's a lot of people that have commented, wow, I never knew that. I was playing on this other company server where they've yet to make their draft accessible. I'm going to see if my league will switch over to Yahoo, where everything is fully accessible. It's been great hitting you talk about this. Are you going to do more ex con now as a result of this? Because you sound like you're quite embedded in with what they're doing though. Yeah, you know, we're going to see what we have coming up and everything. We spoke at site tech global. We also had one of the engineers developers, product team managers on from Yahoo with us during our presentation. If you're looking to check out anything from axe God, I believe you could still register for the conference. And I think that you could go watch any of the presentations from generally flurry from Microsoft was there up until April 14th and everything. Yeah, we'll see. We'll see what we're going to be doing. We like to obviously just spread the word about the accessibility that many documentary and the main message that we wanted to get across and I'll just summon up here is reach out to developers. Be nice until it's time not to be nice and email them most apps or whatever they have a place to contact them. Developers want to hear from you. And one of the coolest things I heard from some of the accessibility team at Yahoo, they never really got to see the product in action. So they love the 5 minute documentary. They love the mini documentary because they were able to see all these accessibility features that they're constantly working on and building into the app in action with real customers using it. They were just blown away from it. In fact, the gentleman that I had initially reached out to about 8 ten years ago, Yahoo is no longer there. Larry tracked him down through LinkedIn and he remembered the email exchange and he couldn't believe that we had just made a documentary about the accessibility and where we are ten years later after all this began and everything. So if there's something you're passionate about and you really want to partake in, keep hitting up those developers and everything. Explain them, not all companies are as forward thinking as Yahoo, but you'll be surprised. Brian, thank you so much for giving me your time on double tap Canada today really, really appreciate it. Brian Fisher there from that real blind tech show, which you can find whatever you get your podcasts well worth a listen, a really enjoyable conversation every single time with him and the team. And don't forget, we've got lots of water to come here and double tap Canada stick around, we're getting into the news headlines next as long as those guys have found something to read Mark and Sean rejoin double tap Canada next. Double tap Canada will be back after this. This is double tap Canada. Have your say right now, call or text one 8 four four 9 7 one one 9 9 9, or email, feedback at AMI dot CA. Now, back to the show. Yeah, thanks to Brian, really interesting to learn all about axe con and all of that wonderful stuff around gaming and what he does is really, really incredible. Okay, well, guys, it's nice to be back Mark and Sean are back here. Have you found some interesting news stories? No. Great. You just went for coffee, didn't you? I might have refilled by coffee. I searched for Will Smith, but nothing came up. You searched blind tech again. You just wait. That's all you do every time. Do I have Google all else? Well, cycling for that. Yeah, do you know what? There's not a lot going on, but then there's a few things. There was one study which I wanted to get audio for and asked Sean to get this audio for me. Did you send me this on? No. Yes, yes, I did. Yes, you will find in the thing there. The thing there. Oh, that's really. Which audio is the Mars audio recording? Mars audio. Yeah, so I'll be honest. It's probably not worth the ball though. To be perfectly honest, because overheating is silence, right? That was basically no, no, no, it's not. That's the interesting thing. It's not silence. What you're hearing is just the machine itself, right? So I don't really get the point of it. Not exactly. That's right. You're heating the machine going boom, boom, boom, boom. And then it's going and that's it basically. That's it. And then we could just play the silence. Yeah, mark's got it. Yeah, it's amazing how I can just teach you this. I did put it in the thing. The music down Steven here it is. Lisa audio director Mars, exclusive to us right here in double tap Canada. Wow, this is riveting. Oh, yeah. You'll start off in noise there. What's that? They're saying that pieces of rock falling. It's very quiet. And what do I bread the microphone they're using on top of that Mars rover? Yeah, they should put on pop shield on it. It's also picked up the helicopter. That's the rotors of the helicopter. The Mars helicopter. That's the alien. That's stealing craft coming to shoot them all down. So here's what I never knew about this, and this is what I found interesting. Was that the way we hear sound now, it's in perfect sync, right? So we hear it real time. But in Mars, it's delayed. Different frequencies are delayed, so you're hearing things. At different times, I guess. What are you talking about? Deriving at your ear different times? That's why it sounds like that. That's why it sounds because I thought at first I was listening to something and this is I think that the key thing about this audio is that you're kind of heeding all these different sounds out of sync, which apparently as you say is how you hear things on why. What, sorry, I don't believe that. Why? I don't know. I don't know. I live in Mars. I know. I thought this would make sense. How does that work? Mark explain? I don't have the answer. I think we need a scientist here to answer these questions. Do you think if only someone knew something and could come on the show? Pointless, no, sorry, pointless, pointless audio. Keep the video coming. That's always cool, right? But audio, it doesn't know nothing. Yeah, what happens if they bring back some audio and we suddenly hear some Martians on the conversation on a FaceTime call. You see? Keep the audio coming guys. It's kind of nice to get that actually. You know, the pictures are great, but they don't mean anything to us really. I mean, to you, Mark, yeah, you can see lots of stuff in it, and that's great. But you know, I like it in the sun. I like to hear what's going on. And I remember NASA did this with space. Now, they didn't, you can't obviously get audio from space, but what they did was ton the frequencies into sound. And you were able to have quite interesting. Because you can actually hear stars exploding..
Double Tap Canada
"brian fisher" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"Your say, call us, text us up to 8 four four 9 7 one 1999. That's 8 four four 9 7 one 1999. Tweet us at double tap Canada and find us on Facebook. Just search for double tap Canada. Now here's your favorite double tappers. Oh, hello, hello, hello, welcome to double tap Canada. It's his eyes, Steven Scott bike with you. Once again, for another show and with me as always, we have mark a fala. Hello. And we have shown. Hello, I'll be the sensible one. Since when? What makes it sensible just because you're not getting into the groove of things? Yeah, boring. That's what it is. Oh, I'm sorry. You young whippersnappers and you're grooving. We have energy when we record shows up. Oh, okay. Oh, sorry. Hello. Because you've got a lack of energy, you don't have enough cash in your body. Doesn't mean you need to bring that negativity here. Well, this is a terrible start. I blame Steven. Restart, I'm going to take all this negative. And I'm going to place it right next to my Samsung Z flip three. I'm going to put it right there. It's a good phone, but you know, you know. Oh, no, what? You've fallen out of love, but already. I love the clamshell bit. I tell you if Apple make a clamshell phone, I'll be having it in a second. Send it back and that one will be in the bin. No, I mean, it's all kit is a good foot. Don't get me wrong. And I am spending a bit more time with it these days. I'm not hating talk back as much as I thought I would. That's not glowing. This is not a it's not a glowing review. Well look, today I'll show you a lot to get through, but I see that. There's not a heck of a lot of stories around, so I don't know, we've got an interview coming up, I guess. Joining us, yes, I guess, guys. We got a guest joining us today. Voluntarily? Yes. Enough to bring him in here. Holding a gun to his head. What's involved? He has an idea. And the reason he has an idea is because he is a podcaster himself, and he's a New York comedian. So expect fireworks guys. Cool. It's going to be great. Brian Fisher is joining us from that and not there, but that real blind tech show. Another one. God. So many of these things. I've got breaking news, guys. Today introduced the fastest Internet speeds of any major provider in Canada, total speeds, three times faster than cable, bell pure fiber Internet service now offers download speeds of three gigabits per second, as well as upload speeds with three gigabits per second. How do I get this? How much? I'm looking, I'm looking. He's ordering now. It's available now in eligible areas of Toronto. No. Unlucky. I was in, just for a second, I imagined a Starlink kit lying in a dumpster. I'm always going to have that as my backup. Yeah. You're super prepared. I mean, I tell you, if the worst comes and let's be honest, the world is a bit on a sugary peg Scottish phrase. It's a really bad balance right now. The weight is not in our favor. It's null. But you're prepared for everything. Even if there's nothing left, you'll still be able to connect us, I guess, some kind of server? Surely by Netflix server running at the end, surely. They'll always be the Internet. That would be left actually. And so we Disney+ no Netflix. Isn't that we should have put that in a poll this week on Twitter. We should have said, if there was an event of a nuclear Holocaust, which streaming service would you want left? Because I think people would go for it. That's a great question. Isn't it Netflix? Because let's be honest, Netflix is great. Disney+ great Apple TV plus. You know what? I actually like some of the programming on Apple TV plus. You're such a fanboy. I didn't see that one. Go watch a wheat crashed. It's with Jared Leto. And what's her name? And it's all about the weed that WeWork story. It's actually quite interesting. Quite interesting. Just what I want to be quite interesting for an evening. You watch some strange stuff that was shown, because I've noticed you are quite a positive person. You don't like to portray it, but you are certainly not with us. But do you like to get to your dot by get that impression? You like to be smiling? I don't get this. I can't tell you to watch these documentaries about, you know, people have been serial killers and you're like, no, no, no, I'm not watching all that. Yeah, you get some sort of morbid pleasure in being depressed. I don't get it. I don't want to watch these documentaries. I want to watch cartoons and you know something when it comes to when it comes to podcasts when it comes to even audiobooks, libraries like C and IB and R and IB in the UK, they all report that true crime is the number one obsession. Thrillers. People love all that stuff. Gross. It's weird. It has to be like some good dead body. You've got to have some murder involved. Good to dead bodies, okay? Cool. Not the rubbish. Is there such a thing as good murder? No. Well, do you know there's a point that comes and I do want to say this thing because well don't go with your guidance to get me a dog. I'm not going to see it, but I'll maybe tell you guys later, but honestly, there's sometimes you go through certain programs and depending on how can I see this delicately. Sometimes that shows that you watch that you think to yourself, I wonder how many people died in this episode and that is what drives you to watch it. Okay, I think that's it. I should probably give you some dramas I'm talking about. You're talking about real life. I watched yesterday, something called the last bus, a Netflix original film, and it is quite possibly sorry it's a series, quite possibly the worst thing I've ever seen in my entire life. I was a film, was it? No, no, no, it was a film with somebody or other, but this is a TV series about these little drones which take over the earth. It is the worst thing ever. Thank you. And I still, that's not the film I'm thinking of. I'm thinking of the film about literally it was about the last boss it was about a bus service. That is a British film if ever there was a British film. The only thing that was the only other option is the last cup of tea. That is awesome. Horror film in Britain. Okay, I've got a question for you because you guys are on the other side of the pond there. Did you guys watch Sherlock? Of course, I love Sherlock. I was watching clips yesterday on Facebook. They were just popping up, and I want to go back and watch the season the series again. It wasn't very long. I have to watch it again. This was so good. Absolutely. Three series. Yeah, it's very popular. That's the thing in Britain that you get these stupid lengths of CDs here. What do they do that? What is that? It made no sense to me. Each season was three episodes. It's because it's made by the BBC and they only have like ten pounds to make a show. No, no, no. You have an hour and a half long. They couldn't split it up. Why do you want to split it up for? It makes perfect sense. Then why not make it a movie? Why do you have 22 episodes per season over there? That's crazy. I'm kind of math involved. 6 is all you need. 6? Yes. Sean, if they only wanted 6 episode of double tap TV. 44 is good. 44 is a good number. I like 44. I think that's I'll be honest. I prefer 52, but you know what? We'll go with what we get. Listen, did you see the tweet this week from Microsoft? You can explain it, but in their defense, I mean, you can run Windows on a Mac. You can. Okay, there was a bit of controversy around this because they had put up an ad or a tweet about spring cleaning your computer, getting all the junk out of it, taking some time to get rid of it. It says spring cleaning. Check out these tips on how to clean and run your device safely and smoothly from Microsoft's Carmen's latte as reported in bustle and a beautiful image of a woman with colored hair using an iMac..
Kottke Ride Home
"brian fisher" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"And as with COVID, the lag time between transmission and the development of debilitating symptoms helps the pathogens spread through the population. As lebrun and his colleagues describe in their new paper, this worker to larvae transmission creates some seriously bad timing for the colony. A queen lays eggs in December, but doesn't start laying again until April. Workers have to live through this gap so they can take care of the new spring brood and sustain the population. But micro's Brody and infections spike in the fall, weakening those workers and decreasing their chances of survival over the winter. In addition to we're really because of their dense interconnected colonies, the ants are at another disadvantage. They share a lot of genes. They're more genetically isolated than other species that are more diverse, and it seems like those genes they share are lacking resistance to this microsporidian. Entomologist and world renowned ant expert, Brian Fisher, who was not involved in the latest research, says it's really fascinating to watch this in real time. The sort of boom bust cycle of an invasive species that dominates an ecosystem and then has a sudden collapse has plenty of precedent, but this is one of the first detailed studies watching it all in real time. And as for what happens if and when this microsporidian wipes out, all of the tawny crazy ants along the Gulf Coast, whether naturally or through weaponizing it against them, LeBron says native ants will bounce back, as some already have in areas where the tawny crazy ant populations have been decimated. Plus, Fisher adds with its hosts all died off, the microsporidian will go extinct as well. So even if it did somehow affect other species, which it doesn't seem to do, it would no longer be of any concern. Absolutely mind-blowing. How nature just occasionally takes care of invasive pests all on its own without us necessarily having to do anything..
The Scathing Atheist
"brian fisher" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Given the promo code, really? Manscape. When the fear is gone, there will be nothing. Only I will remain. Okay. I've got manscaped manners cost us so much money. It really has just a lot. What the fuck is an evangelical? The turbine evangelical comes from the Greek word for gospel Evangelion, which sounds way cooler than gospel, or evangelical. According to the dictionary, the term simply means of or denoting a tradition with Protestant Christianity emphasizing the authority of the Bible, personal conversion, and the doctrine of Salvation by faith in the atonement. And as concise as that definition may seem, it does beg the question, are there traditions within Protestant Christianity that don't emphasize the Bible personal conversion or Salvation? And if you ask an evangelical, they'd probably say yes and lump all such traditions under the heading of mainline Protestantism. But if you asked a mainline Protestant if their religious tradition emphasized the authority of the Bible personal conversion and Salvation, they'd almost certainly tell you, yes, so clearly someone's full of shit. And we're talking religion here. So odds are it's everybody. Now, if you trace the term back to the 16th century, it was largely a synonym for Protestant to find the point where it diverges into a distinct type of Protestantism. You have to fast forward to the first great awakening in the 1730s. In its early form, it was largely an amalgamation of the three P's of being boring as bucket a party. Pietism, presbyterianism and puritanism. Rather than representing a denomination or sect of Protestantism, the evangelical tag denoted a movement within a number of Protestant sects. In many ways, the movement can be described as puritanism light, and grew in direct response to declining attendance and local piety in the previously puritanical cities of Massachusetts. While less cynical historians described this as a method of refurbishing God's message for a more modern day, realistic as a bunch of puritan preachers removing all the inconvenient shit from their religion because they were running out of money. For example, during the great awakening denominations that used to say that it took a lifetime of sturdy contemplation to achieve true assurance of one's faith, started saying it was assigning bonus that you just got for saying the magic Jesus words. This do nothing and get rewards approach to religion caught on quickly in the North American colonies, but as much because of the evangelical focus on missionary work as the new low price. Unlike many of the traditional forms of Protestantism, evangelicals held a firm belief that one wasn't doing their true duty to God unless they were all up in everybody's shit about it. This led to an increase in religious influence in government, schools, and the average American social life. But like puritanism before it, the evangelical movement became stagnant and outdated and by the early 20th century it was dominated by fundamentalists so fundamentalists that they actually called themselves fundamentalists. A desire by some more PR conscious members of the movement led to the term neo evangelical in the post World War II era, which we now simply call evangelicals. So yes, the swath of Christians that include pat Robertson, Brian Fisher and John hagy started with an effort to be less fundamentalist. Of course, knowing where the evangelicals have been, doesn't get as much closer to understanding what the fuck they are, especially since the history of the movement is largely defined by what they're not. And modern evangelical groups are of no more use as their primary goal is to make groups of people they represent seem as large as possible, even if that requires using rather fuzzy definitions. For example, the world evangelical alliance claims to represent more than 600 million evangelical Christians worldwide, which represents about a 195% of the total evangelical population. They get there by employing the bevington quadrilateral, which you can tell us full of shit because they didn't just call it the bevington square. They did a 5 syllable word in there to make it sound thinky. Basically, this approach defines evangelicals through their theology. It posits four key theological elements and in the tradition of over naming laid down by gratuitously polysyllabic use of quadrilateral, they define these four elements as follows. Biblicism. The belief that all essential spiritual truths could be found in the Bible. Cruci centrism, a focus on the atoning work of Christ's death on the cross, conversion is the belief that human beings need to be converted and activism. The belief that the gospel needs to be expressed in effort. If anybody strongly agrees with all four of these statements, the NAE considers them an evangelical. The problem here obviously is that you're going to catch a lot of fish in that net that would vehemently disagree with your classification. Hell, by that definition, you can find an awful lot of evangelical Catholics. Even further confusing the definition is the tendency of the modern media to use the term evangelical as a shorthand for white Protestant, which is all the more baffling since wasp is already there and takes away less effort to say. So despite looking into the etymology, the dictionary, the history, the organizational definition and the demographic definition, I wound up back where I started. See, to me, the term evangelical simply means extra annoying non Catholic Christian and the more I dug into it, the more I realized that truly was an operational definition. In other words, an evangelical is a fundamentalist with enough PR savvy not to use the F word. And.
The Cinematography Podcast
"brian fisher" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast
"Moving image and the people who make it happen coming to you from the world headquarters of hot rod cameras in hollywood california. Your host ben rock and ilya fridman. Hello and welcome to the cinematography. Podcast we are doing a new wacky experimental thing here where we're doing a live video panel over zoom. I'm ben rock. I'm ilya fridman and we're here in the hot red cameras screening room on opposite ends benz in the front. I'm in the back and ben. We've got an incredible panel of people here today to talk about all kinds of stuff Who is on the show. First up we have a mortgage colombian born cinematographer best known for her work on the sundance digital series gentrified. She's worked for networks like netflix hulu. Cw bat network and is currently working on season. Two of resident alien for sci-fi. Please welcome on a more togae next up. We have bryant fisher a cinematographer roots in documentary. Filmmaking i always love to hear about documentary most known for his work on. Netflix is docu series. Lenox hill following doctors in new york and the documentary centered around lin-manuel miranda's work hamilton's america. He's film talent. Like ed norton mark ruffalo and wes anderson so please welcome brian fisher Also on the panel is byron. Kaufman byron is the cinematographer of the upcoming film demonic filled in collaboration with prestigious director. Neil blunt camp. He's worked on four features hundreds of commercials and countless music videos. He's got a passion for all things film. Please welcome byron coffman and of course last but not least we have l. a. cinematographer with a passion. For storytelling julia. Swayne she recently. Shot the feature. Lucky that premiered at south by southwest as for director. Natasha kirmani She's currently in production on the exciting miniseries for the history channel. Please welcome julia swayne so Thank you all so much for coming out and and for taking the time to do this and again we sort of have some basic questions ready for you because all your careers are so different. So i thought we would just start with my favorite question to ask any cinematographer who comes on the show. Which is what was the moment in your life where it first occurred to you. That cinematography was a career that you could pursue i. I always like hearing about when people i thought about like. Oh i could do that. Yes well. I went to school for an electrical engineer and i graduated by my whole life. I dance. I was part of a big company. My country in ones. I was offered to be the choreography for socal brat on The network of my country. So then i start working you know having to curb graft for tv. And then i start is very different when you dance for an audience that when you do it for the camera so i start sitting next to the p and i started learning in trying to make it as for the cameras and see what was best for it. So that's where my like. My lawford begun i To him every day in he would explain lighting and camera work. And i knew right away that i wanted to make that shift. And then what was transitioned in with like trying to find a place to score for. I worked on an american movie and the crew and i left everything behind and came to the states in here. I oh what movie was it. It's called grena wedding. it's i can remember. The comedy at the crew was from miami but made it to theaters and all that but Well i've always been interested in filmmaking. Since i was a kid and i always made kind of like the family home movie documentarian so i kind of started in that way but i guess when i.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"brian fisher" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Five. Mike one open line. Join us mike gallagher. Show what we're alleging is the gain of function research was going on in that lab and nih funded it. That is not away from it. it meets your definition. Your obfuscating the truth. They are gain of function viruses because viruses. That became more transmissible. and human. and you funded it. I totally resent anybody would have lying here. Senator it is you in the relieffactor dot com studios. Here's mike tony found. Chief fired up yesterday calling rand paul. A liar very angry man. Little guy was really revved up. One me calling a us. Senator anybody's lying in his. You hear a li- personally. I like the comedian version of dr found the guy that perfectly encapsulates perfectly perfectly encapsulates and captures the essence of dr fouls. You one of my favorite clips. Listen we got lots of challenging news. We got a smile a little bit. And if this doesn't make you smile. I dare you. You think this is actually out she or not g. i say. Even if you live alone. I would wear a mask in house especially in the shower because frankly droplets can make the ways through the drain and come up through somebody else's toilet infecting them with covert through the anus ballpark in two to five to twenty years. We can start thinking about considering the idea of pondering the thought of conceptualizing the possibility of maybe perhaps reopening but probably not. I would avoid having any fun whatsoever in the near future about sums it other guy. The guy's name is Brian fisher. I believe a comic Who what's his name. Derrick got to put it on the screen for me. I tyler fisher tyler fisher. Very funny guy. On social media remember when fouled she said if you're vaccinated you have one hundred percent prevention of going to the hospital or dying alright so we try to understand that we follow the bouncing ball follow the science right. Why is the uk have forty percent of the people who are fully vaccinated in the hospital. You heard that right. I mean the confusion was that the big health official in the uk. I said sixty percent of people fully vaccinated are in the hospital. They change instead of the people in the hospital for kobe. Forty percent have been fully vaccinated. Sixty percent are unvaccinated. And i'm following this. And i'm wondering why the mainstream media here doesn't wanna talk about that because that's a little complicated really forty percent of people in the hospital in the uk were vaccinated. I thought she didn't wind up in the hospital. You're vaccinated well now. They have the astra zeneca vaccination that only has like a sex sixty two or fifty nine or whatever percent efficacy rate. Well that's about. The johnson and johnson one has which is the shot that i got now waiting for them to tell me i gotta get another shot because the johnson and johnson shot is. This whole thing is a nightmare. Welcome sharon to the to the nightmare. How you doing hanging in are you doing. I'm hanging in to try to make sense of it. all is an easy as a charon. Nah no i think. The latest thing for me is how all these democrats to dc and they're all vaccinated and two of them ended up with kobe and are now quarantined. Two of them. None of them way more than two no way more than two. We know there's at least a dozen or more which six last count yesterday was six texas democrats. Then there's a white house staffer then a comma harris staffer. Then there's a house speaker. Nancy pelosi staffer weren't a double digits. Here sharon of people who are and i'm assuming they were all vaccinated. Well i'm not getting vaccinated. And that was a doctor's order on my part and Dr children to give your doctor told you not to get vaccinated. Doctor told me not to get vaccinated. What your doctor tells you to do that. That's great advice in terms. Of if i may ask and i don't wanna get too personal in your life but why did your doctor. Why does your doctor not. Why have a heart condition. And i have copd and they think it's just too risky. It's not there's not enough evidence on how this works why it works who it's going to work on. Who's not gonna work on. I lost seven friends from kovin My girlfriend's daughter got dacoven. Shot in gutter I think it was like February something like that. She got her second one in april so it was whatever the time distances and then in the second she had four aneurysms and two strokes and she's twenty three years old perfectly healthy girl. You know and i. I had funny you. Can you can kinda connect dodger say. Are we connecting the dodge. Could she have had the aneurysm any way. Is there any evidence that the that the vaccines we don't know but you but but it happened. Listen i i. I let me tell you a weird story. You wanna talk anecdotal now. This will scare people. And i'm sorry but it happened and people can connect the dots. I developed a hernia. Shortly after i got the vaccine my friend. Joey hudson developed a hernia after he after he got his shot. I have a friend in upstate. New york who got a hernia after they got the shot. And so we're all look like. Did we get hernias from the shot now. The chances are it's completely incidental but isn't it. Weird the timing of people having medical conditions after getting vaccinated. Now i could absolutely have nothing to do with the vaccine and this whole debate about vaccine misinformation hesitancy. Mike huckabee had a great great point last night about on fox news about getting the shot. And guess what. It's not the be all end. All listen governor huckabee who's always got pretty homespun way of looking at things that i really enjoy. The fact is i've had new monja in the past. I have compromised longs for me. It was a very calculated decision. That i thought was right for me smart for me but if somebody decides not to take the vaccine. They're no threat to me. Because i've had the vaccine. So my point is i encourage people to take it. If it's something that you feel like would help you protect you for heaven. Sakes do it. But it doesn't make me less conservative nor does it make me more compassionate nor does it make me smarter. Just because i've made a medical decision. Some people get a root canal. Other people just pull their tooth. I don't think it's a matter that one makes another immoral superior in doing something like that. He's right. I mean here's here's mitch mcconnell. The senate minority leader making a point about voices that are giving demonstrably bad advice. But this is something i think. I'm a good example of something. I know the answer to. It is not at all unclear that the way to avoid getting back in the hospital to get vaccinated and want to encourage everybody to do that. And to ignore all of these other voices that are giving demonstrably bad advice. Now listen i think it's very important. I don't think anybody should push back against mitch mcconnell. Who's making the decision to urge people to get back to me all right. We got a lot of that going on. I'm just not gonna flip out or condemn. Somebody like the last caller sharon who said to her because of her health condition her doctor said. Don't get the vaccination. I believe that the the go-to is to pay attention to your.
AP News Radio
5 Arrested in Violent Robbery of Lady Gaga's Dogs
"The rest of the made in the theft of lady Gaga's French Bulldogs and there's an interesting twist to the case police have arrested five people in the February theft of lady Gaga's dogs in the shooting of her dog Walker one of the five people arrested is the woman who returned the dogs to the singer actor in a statement the LAPD says detectives don't believe the thieves knew the dogs belonged to lady Gaga and that the motive appeared to be money French Bulldogs can cost thousands of dollars the dog Walker Brian Fisher is recovering from his gunshot wound the dogs were returned two days later police say at first the woman who returned the dogs to the police appeared to be uninvolved with the crime but it turns out she had a relationship with the father of one of the suspects it's unclear whether she ever got the reward lady Gaga offered for the return of our pets I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
AP News Radio
Lady Gaga's dogs recovered safely after theft, shooting
"I'm Julie Walker two of lady Gaga as dogs which were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded her dog Walker were turned into police Friday Los Angeles police say a woman brought the stolen dogs to a station house Friday and that she appears to be uninvolved and unassociated that she found the dogs and reached out to lady Gaga staff to return them yeah Brian Fisher was shot Wednesday night walking the three French Bulldogs in Hollywood sound from Charley Walters home security video shows a car pulling up to men jumping out yelling struggling then the gun shop Fisher saying he'd been shot he's expected to survive they got away with two dogs the third escape lady Gaga who's in Rome to film a movie had offered half a million dollar reward for the dogs and praised Fisher I'm Julie Walker
860AM The Answer
"brian fisher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This precision pipeline. That we've perfected that the pipeline was going to be constructed. Actions ever happened recently. We have we're doing station work. There's hundreds of guys that got laid off. Was that Tuesday or any live in Wisconsin? Yes. A lot of them live in Wisconsin. Yes, that's an important point, you know? Also use a today fact check. Fauci did not approve. Widely shared media post claim that he's known for years that it would work. One post on Facebook has a photo of a headline. It's from true pundit, which is no byline redirects to a guest column from a guy named Brian Fisher. Primary claim based on inaccuracies. References they study. They concluded that chloroquine, a similar drug was effective and Preventing the spread of SARS, cov and cell culture. In the column. Fisher falsely claims that viral Virology Journal is quote the official publication of Dr Fauci is National Institutes of Health. Close quote. It is not It's been pretty thoroughly discredited. Now, Some say there might be. I don't know. 100 Million folks struggling with some kind of pain, whether Back foot, neck or knee pain that that sounds like you. I suggest you try the three week quick start..
Biz Talk Radio
"brian fisher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"No, probably not. Document convictions. Aren't that strong? No, they're not. No, they're too weak. So they're doing this because they're weak. So yet, somehow you think they're gonna be strong enough to stand up? For the very thing they say they're going to do. That's not too likely. Mm. All right. Go to Let's see here to Jerry from Texas. Hey, Jerry E there. Good morning. I am going, Joe. Can you hear me? Yes. Okay. All right, so Child who's 11? And I've been doing a study with him from Brian Fisher's book, Boy Domain, and we've gone over a bunch of different topics, obviously on D So he's a very mature living old and he takes every penny he gets he faces and I didn't watch you are 2.5 minute video on Talking investment funds for Children do need their Social Security card, and that's something I'm looking into you. I guess my other question is. What can I do? Curriculum wise, we're going toe like Influence they ran. We had money management for adult on it. The whole program where they learn how to do different things using his method, But I don't know of anybody that has something that can start. You know, pre teenager or youth and having an understanding of how money works. Houses fight economically kind of break it down that way. I don't know if you had any suggestion. No, I don't have any. I mean, I have a book called the Fear of Money that thousands of home schoolers and youth groups and adult groups have used have a workbook that goes along with that. Um, that is. That is one possibility. Um, There's also a great stewardship book for Children, Um, that was published by Timothy, and we also have that as well that we send out so. But other than that, there's not too many other things. There's not too many things out there, but that's a great place to start there, too good books. To starting and I get that off of your financial issues. Website the fear of money, Correct? Yeah. Yes. Fear of money. Yes. Mm hmm. And he said, Well, we've got to teach we've got that is a book that every young person needs to have. And yes, we have a workbook. That you go through even go through that. Okay, okay. Yeah, I did, You know, obviously not. Just in fear of whatever trust in the Lord daily and look for his guidance and stuff. But I often do that. As a parent. It's my responsibility to teach him out of. You could do everything that's willing to hear. So I just wanna make sure I'm heading must first accept in the future and not a dependency on anybody. I know.
Sports 600 ESPN
"brian fisher" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Was stifling. They had five sacks on the night. Here's Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll on his quarterback, getting taken down all game. Yeah, that we're gonna try to find a little bit better place to put it tomorrow and Don't have any answers form today. Just frustrated about this Well, like I said, we didn't plan on getting knocked out way. We're playing the fact finding a way to win this football game all the way up until you know you know how we are. All the way down the stretch to and we weren't able to do it and they they had their game. So we have to find a place to put that we gotta get back to. Eventually we'll get back to the mentality of getting ready for the next next go around. Defense was good. The Rams starting QB for this one. John Walford went down in the first quarter. Jared Goff was in asked to go back on the field for the Rams and seemed fine after having surgery on his thumb a couple weeks ago, so Why didn't the QB start? Here's Athlon sports writer Brian Fisher. Yeah, I mean, I think you look at the thumb injury and you know, this is also a franchise that it's gonna be a little protective of their guy who they pay so much money, too. So I mean, he's the franchise quarterback. You are gonna be a little protective of him. Even though this is the playoffs, I think Obviously he was pressing the action there. But I think also a case to be made that you know Chamakh, a very comfortable with with John Walford it and what he was able to do knowledge game planning, but his ability to use his legs. I think, especially against an active, you know front for Seattle that let's face it, You know, they could bring into ball Adams, you know, load the box, you know, really get pressure from different areas, So I think the ability to have a mobile quarterback, you kind of played into what they could do in terms of the game plan. Off, stepped up, but maybe wasn't too impressive Defense was really good. But who deserves the credit for this Rams When I think who really deserves the credit, Sean McVeigh jerk Golf was not playing well at the end of the year even before he hurt his thumb, so his confidence was rattled. And yet they hung in there. They stuck with it. Rolled. The defense made a couple big plays on offense when they had to. And there you go. Jeff Dickerson on ESPN Radio, Straight talk Wireless. No contract. No compromise. We've got some interesting college basketball match ups on Saturday. The on Lee Top 25 matchup on Saturday certainly did not disappoint. Number four Texas taking on number 14. West Virginia in the front court rating. Christ who.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"brian fisher" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But, um, you know the cycle and state took care of business against Oregon. So I think the committee overall um especially with that top four is Certainly looking back, patting themselves on the back and no toasting to. Ah, another job Well done, which let's face it. It wasn't much of a decision at the end of the day, you know that they had to make that Was there a little controversy? Um, from Texas A and M bands out there? Sure. But at the end of the day, there was a pretty clear cut Top four really dating back to September and and on through the season and I don't know There's much controversy. Certainly. Now, after seeing that Sugar bowl and seeing that phone Rose bowl down there in Dallas, I thought there was more controversy after the fact out of remarks made or and actions, both Made by double sweetie who I happen to be a fan up. I like double because I think he brings personality to a sport that is Personality Handicap to begin with. And it almost needs to be because you talk about amateurs and not professionals. But dabble doesn't nice job of adding personality. But every once in while personality to make a major mistake and him putting Ohio State in on his vote on the coach's poulet number, 11 was ridiculous. And he Ate a lot of crow for it from the social media critics out there. I don't have a problem with him. Taking his much grief is he did? I thought he brought it on himself. How about you? Absolutely. And this is not being the first controversy. He certainly stuck his foot into his mouth and kind of created out of thin air, or at least perpetuated. When you could have had a story died down. He keeps adding fuel to the fire. And and that's that's that, But frankly, you know, he's not gonna change. This is who he is. That is his personality and a zoo. Much as you know, it has been interesting. This kind of see him. Trick changed from really that kind of underdog figure. You're really into the Goliath of the sport along with next, David. I mean, you talk about one of the most successful coaches out there, Um, you know, the way he has transformed from, you know the aw shucks. Little Clinton. You know, Clinton is the juggernaut. Now It's one of the three elite programs in college football right now, And I think when he does have these mistakes, they will just magnify. Um, you know, not only what he said. But, um, kind of the position that that the Tigers Aaron now and so I think it has been a fascinating journey to see him, You know, Really, um, these last last couple of years in particular kind of go from That that underdog where he can can take those shots where he could make those claims. But I think that they usually he's being male, able to back it up. He was not this week and and kind of see him eating the crow, as you said. Brian Fisher. I plan sports called Football calmness. Our guest here on CBS portrayed E O. All right, Brian. I'm going to give you a chance to be honest up front and maybe conciliatory a little bit. You weren't one of those guys who actually got sucked in by Zach Wilson playing a couple of good games and overreacted to Justin Fields, having a less than stellar big 10 championship game to say that Wilson may have caught endorse a past of fields and as far as eligible draft status. Coming up this off season, did you? Well, I I think it's an interesting conversation. Because, you know, I think there is obviously the clear cut number one in Trevor warrant, And I think that at least because the sample size was so small, you know, it really did magnify Justin Fields flaws. You know, he pressed a little bit this year and When he was playing loose when he's playing free as we kind of saw, certainly after that, that big hit that he took it in Sugar Bowl, you know he's letting it fly. He wasn't pressing too much, and I almost think, because You know, the team only played five regular season games. He almost went into every game. You're trying to ensure that his team got to the playoffs, so he was almost un under pressure toe really blow teams out, and I think that you allowed some some uncharacteristic mistakes, But, um, you know when you really do drill down and into the details with him as a prospect, he takes all the box. You know he's got the size certainly brings the added element of mobility. Yes, smart guy can't can diagnose plays at the line, and I think you know, really has kind of firmly established himself all the way back to high school as kind of that number two guy to to Trevor Laurence and and a guy with tremendous upside Now, I think the thing with Zach Wilson is You know, there's there's still going to be the injury history that I think scouts are gonna look at pretty closely and that might scare some teams away. But, um, the way he has played the way he has thrown, you know, he takes off a lot of those boxes as well. And so I think that he's at least close that gap into whether is a conversation now, Um you know whether you're the Jets or or somebody you know, picking in the top five or top 10. I think the interesting thing that in my mind that's come out with the sin of all drafting new was really trey Lance, because he was kind of out of sight out of mind. His stock as great dropped the most out of anybody. And you have seen kind of Zach Wilson supplant him as kind of that consensus number three guys. Now, let me ask you quite about Trey Lance. It's funny that you went there. I'll tie that into Justin Fields to I've taken calls. I've gotten tweets from people who say Jody, you're way too high on Justin Field. Ohio State quarterback stink. No Ohio State quarterback is ever mounted that And I keep trying to explain people. It's completely and utterly irrelevant. There hasn't been a all pro quarterback come out of Bella cue for 40 years since Bridget Jones back in the seventies. It didn't keep Cincinnati from taking Joe borrow number one last year. North showed a dive and oh, by the way, look pretty damn good until he went down with an injury, So I think that's ridiculous. Will the NFL teams be scared off on Lance at all? By the fading of Carson Wentz this year in Philadelphia because they come from the same school same program? I've even heard some people compared them in their game is similar. Do you think Carson's downgrading in Philadelphia will have any effect on land the way Lance is viewed? I think maybe in the back of some guy's minds, it might just a little bit, but he's always going to be a guy that has the tremendous physical attributes that you look for it in a signal caller. He checks off all of those boxes and and, you know, playing in his system, you know, at North Dakota state that which has produced You know these NFL quarterbacks. I think that that does help him. But you have the end of the day in terms of the physical tools. He's got more upside than than a Carson Wentz and we all know NFL scouts, all all the front offices. All the coaches they love. That that word that upside word. And and he has probably the most of any of it coming out of the F B F F C s level in several years now, And so I think he's still a good prospect. A guy that, um s ome. He checks off all the boxes in terms of the interviews and and all that probably concealed go in in in the top 10 in the draft, but Yeah, the end of days. You know, teams are still going to, you know, re evaluate only what they saw from him last year. But, um, you know, understand that he's still a little bit more of a developmental guy you compared to his Zach Wilson compared to Justin few to who? Let's face it that they They're probably going to get thrown into the fire..
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"With not one, not two, but three good guests. So you and I will get plenty of phone conversation in But I will give you some guys who know a little bit more about a particular area of sports. Then I believe I do that. The only reason why I put a gas time because if I know enough That I can just fill in all the bank for you. Then why do I need guests? I don't know. Everything I readily admit, I don't know everything. And what I have learned over all these years of doing sports talk radio is I am find some people who know more than me. I've done just that tonight. I've got Brian Fisher from Atl on Sports can hop on. Give us more insight to college football all the playoffs but specifically allow the ballgame. Excuse me, but specifically, two playoff games played yesterday and look ahead to the championship game between Alabama and Ohio State. So get Brian Fisher up here top of next hour. So within the next 20 some odd minutes. Um, corn devotee who I haven't had on since the NBA season started. How to mine last year. Um, maybe even during the playoffs while the bubble was in place. Sean has been covering the MBA for a good couple of years. I go back to when she wants started with college basketball. I made the move from college hoops. Over to the N ba about a decade ago, But I've had join on as a guest for 20 plus years s. Oh, it's good to catch up with him. We'll have him on to talk to NBA with us and our buddy Rick Horrow business of sports. Insider business insider will give us A refreshing look ahead, 2021. So I hope 2020 was a down year for a lot of people in a lot of different ways. But the business of sports certainly suffered because of the pandemic will get Rex Take on How 2021 10 and door will be better. So I got three good guests coming your way the rest of the time that you and I on the lines. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27, Tony, West Virginia. Good enough to hang in there. Tony run, CBS Sports Radio Man. What's up? How are you? But Pretty good, Pretty good. Thanks. So listen with the Ravens also, but I could 10 points off on their offense. Would you look at this year They run screenplays less than any team in their division. And I think they're ranked 30 years in the league as far as how Little screams as they run offensively, which doesn't make a whole lot of sense, because when you look at the Mark Jackson And you compared to last year, even the simplicity of play action pass in the tight ends. He does that for the offense runs that those place far less than last year. When when it comes to him. Some are Jackson getting him into a rhythm and getting that passing game go in the moments. I'm going I feel like wouldn't now be the time to start running this place a little bit more when you consider the fact that the Ravens are starting to come into the their own is being a premier running team in the league. I mean, they're starting to resemble slowly over the last four years over the last four weeks what they did last year. It's you know, I think now would be the perfect time and Yeah. All right. Let me respond. Um, I think you're overstating their lack of the screen game two things with the Ravens. And the screen game that I would suggest you're not given enough credence to Number one. Teams don't blitz the Ravens. They're afraid that if they don't get home and or Jackson makes a significant move, he can turn it up field and take off for 45 or 50. So they try and get home with therefore, the best result that you're gonna get which screenplays or when the other team is blitzing that they're going to get an extra man upfield. And that gives your guy when you complete the past less downfield that he has to deal with. So when you're calling screenplays, you're hoping to call him on down when the other team is going to be bringing in excess person in the pass rush, And I'm telling you, just in general, I don't think the Ravens get rushed much because blitz much because Teams are in fear of their quarterback taken off and making a play with his legs and number two. I just don't think that's a strength of Jackson's game. I don't There's an art to being able to Run a screenplay Vaca screenplay, draw people in and then throw a perfect touch pass either above and up and over a blitzing lineman and toe around a bit blitzing lineman. I don't think that's his strength, so I'm kind of with them that I wouldn't overuse screenplays if I were the Ravensoffense coordinator. Well, I mean, that's a good point. I mean, it's a good way to look at it. I mean, it makes a lot of sense, and that's more or less is not. That's the case. That's the reason why you don't do it, But I do think of certain teams when it comes to match ups, especially in the playoffs. At the rate we're going to run into I think that might change. I think there's certain like intensity. For instance, if we played Tennessee again, I mean, I could really see them, putting a lot of pressure on the Mark Jackson. And I just hope that we would be able to see them. Tonto, you know, rely on this place will get more and see how they do. But I guess now it's just the unknown. They're not not being able to see if they got he'll perform Those places. I like the way the Ravens offense is starting to come together. They had two major Colvin issues guys out of the lineup. They seem to have most of the key players intact. Now I think they'll do what they gotta do to beat the Bangles tomorrow. Um, Andre, uh, that should get him into the postseason. Um, but I would Would bet on the Ravens offense being good when they hit the ground going into the playoffs, more sold and them having issues appreciate to call. Thanks for checking it. You got it, Um Mike from Chicago's up on CBS Sports Radio. I, Mike Georgie's the nice to talk to you again. I was just wondering, Um you know, Pakistan, I think you do. I was wonder what you think about the addition to smack Harris into the defensive line and When our season ascending secondary with the ball hawker in Darnell Savage and really a shutdown corner and Alexander and the only guy I'm really worried about is King on the other side. But what What do you think about? The addition of hairs, and I think he's going to get some reps tomorrow against the Bears, and I just I just hope they can get through tomorrow with only hit cops and be the number one seed and I think that they're on their way to the Super Bowl. Jody I. That's what I firmly believed. The only thing that you said that I thought I went a little into hyperbole. I like Alexander, I think is a really nice player Shutdown corner. I don't know if there's a cornerback in the NFL right now. On any team..
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"I will spend some time with not one, not two, but three good guests. So you and I will get plenty of phone conversation in But I will give you some guys who know a little bit more about a particular area of sports. Then I believe I do that. The only reason why I put a gas time because if I know enough That I can just fill in all the bank for you. Then why do I need guests? I don't know. Everything I readily admit, I don't know everything. And what I have learned over all these years of doing sports talk radio is I'll find some people who know more than May I've done just that tonight. I've got Brian Fisher from Apple on Sports. Gonna hop on. Give us more insight to college football. All the playoffs, but specifically all the ballgame. Excuse me, but specifically, two playoff games played yesterday and look ahead to the championship game between Alabama In Ohio State. So get Brian Fisher up here top of next hour. So within the next 20 some odd minutes. Um John Devaney, who I haven't had on since the NBA season started how to mine last year. Um, maybe even during the playoffs while the bubble was in place. Sean has been covering the MBA for a good couple of years. I go back to when she wants started with college basketball. I made the move from college hoops. Over to the N ba about a decade ago. But I've had join on as a guest for 20 plus years, eh, so it could catch up with him. We'll have him on to talk to NBA with us and our buddy Rick Horrow business of sports Insider. Our business insider will give us A refreshing look ahead, 2021. So I hope 2020 was a down year for a lot of people in a lot of different ways, but the business of sports Certainly suffered because of the pandemic will get bricks. Take on how 2021 10 and door will be better. So I got three good guests coming your way the rest of the time that you and I on the lines. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27, Tony, West Virginia. Good enough to hang in there. Tony run CBS Sports Radio. How are you? But Pretty good. Pretty good. Thanks. So Listen. What the Ravens also but I could 10 points on their offense. When you look in this year, they run screenplays. Less than any team in their division. And I think they're ranked 30th in the league as far as how how little screams is they've run offensively, which doesn't make a whole lot of sense, because when you look at the Mark Jackson And you compared to last year, even the simplicity of play action pass in the tight ends. He does that the offense runs that those place far less than last year. And when, when it comes to him, some of March accident getting him into a rhythm and getting that passing game go in the moments. I'm going I feel like wouldn't now be the time to start running this place a little bit more when you consider the fact that the Ravens are starting to come into the their own is being a premier running team in the league. I mean, They're starting to resemble slowly over the last four years over the last four weeks what they did last year and it's you know, I think now would be the perfect time and Yeah. All right. Let me respond. Um, I think you're overstating their lack of the screen game two things with the Ravens. And the screen game that I would suggest you're not given enough credence to Number one. Teams don't blitz the Ravens. They're afraid that if they don't get home and or Jackson makes a significant move, he can turn it up field and take off for 45 or 50. So they try and get home with therefore, the best result that you're gonna get which screenplays or when the other team is blitzing that they're going to get an extra man upfield. And that gives your guy when you complete the past less downfield that he has to deal with. So when you're calling screenplays, you're hoping to call him on down when the other team is going to be bringing in excess person. In the past rush, and I'm telling you just in general. I don't think the Ravens get brushed much because blitz much because teams are in fear of their quarterback taken off and making a play with his legs. And number two. I just don't think that's a strength of Jackson's game. I don't There's an art to being able to run a screenplay Vaca screenplay, draw people in and then throw a perfect touch pass. Either above and up and over a blitzing lineman and toe around a bit blitzing lineman. I don't think that's his strength. So I'm kind of with them that I wouldn't overuse screenplays if I were the Ravensoffense coordinator. Well, I mean, that's a good point. I mean, it's a good way to look at it. I mean, it makes a lot of sense, and that's more or less is not. That's the case. That's the reason why you don't do it, but I do think of certain teams. When it comes to match ups, especially in the playoffs. The rain's gonna run into I think that might change. I think there's certain like intensity. For instance, if we played Tennessee again, I mean, I could really see them. Put in a lot of pressure on the Mark Jackson And I just hope that we would be able to see them. Tonto, you know, rely on this place will be more and see how they do, but I guess now it's just the unknown. They're not not being able to see if they got it. You. Formal place. I like the way the Ravens offense is starting to come together. They had two major covert issues. Guys out of the lineup. They seem to have most of the key players intact. Now I think they'll do what they gotta do to beat the Bangles tomorrow. Um, Andre. Ah, that could get him into the postseason. Um, but I would. I would bet on the Ravens offense being good when they hit the ground going into the playoffs more so than them having issues appreciate the call, Thanks for checking it. You got it, Uh, Mike from Chicago's up on CBS, portrayed by Mike Hey, Georgie, the nice to talk to you again. I was just wondering, um You know what Pakistan I think you do. I was one of what you think about the addition to smack Harris into the defensive line, and when I see is an ascending secondary with the ball hawker..
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"Answer really important part of making systems work. We call them that kind of the leaders of the Brown cycle. Now, this is really important concept for kids understand when you go into a forest, what do you see? You see the tall trees? That's the green cycle that growth that mic -nificant beauty of life. But. Hind all that there's turning over of life back into nutrients so it can become life again. And that's the Brown cycle and insects, especially ants are the ones cleaning up there like the vacuum cleaner nature that is kind of picking up after everybody and turn it back into juicy, nutrients like soup that can be eaten up by plants again and grow bigger and bigger. How do they do that? They chew leaves and then poop them out while yes answer do poop, but it's a little bit more complicated than that. You know,