31 Burst results for "Brosseau"

Why McConnell Helped Schumer Increase Debt Limit

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:33 min | 3 months ago

Why McConnell Helped Schumer Increase Debt Limit

"Jake. It's here. i was about to slander. You betcha they wrote punchbowl news last night and took the day off. 'cause the feds rob welcome back by now no i. My phone was on silence. I apologize not problem. Date chairman of punchbowl. Get your punchbowl news at punchbowl news dot com check last hour. I played chuck schumer speech. You wrote your assessment of the binding legislative agenda. Did you take into account the impact of the shimmer speech which brosseau told maria barham yesterday has deeply soured the republican caucus. I mean to the point. They don't want to talk to the guy. yeah. I actually don't. They didn't talk much to anyway. I don't find that big. I don't find it to be this positive. I've been through a lot of michael's where speeches what we're supposed to ruin relationships. The fact is the reality is. There's not much cooperation that we anticipate anyway. I think the conventional wisdom is wrong on the democratic side. I think that because mcconnell blinked and this lasts debt limit fight he makes it less likely appoint again And i think that i just i. I don't think the speeches what did it. I mean it's not like we were in a golden era for cooperation. What did you make joe mansion face in his hands and then leaving. We reported at the time that he He used next live instead. It was. I read batting. Yeah i can't remember exactly what it was I think listen. I think i am the cynic here is you know hugh i think. Being against schumer is beneficial for him. But i do think. Joe manchin owns chuck schumer in a way In the sense that he can't get anything done. Schumer can't without joe mansion so You know what mansion said In in many respects was right that if you want to have more progressive agenda you don't have to worry about joe manchin so like progressives to the senate you know and i think that's the reality of it now. Can i explain to you. My theory of what happened last week. I think mitch mcconnell one. Even though people think he lost. I think he intended people think he lost so that he could win. In december he could not allow the debt crisis right now so he waited and waited and waited extended it till december and he will allow it in december. Couldn't allow it now. It might have the reconciliation going to a higher number now. The democrats have to work out their reconciliation and if they do they're going to have passed trillions of dollars in spending and they're gonna have to borrow for it to reconciliation to get your take ship sherman. I don't think that yeah i mean. Listen i i think that he. I don't think that he won or lost. I think this was kind of a stupid fight with an. It's now it was a stupid deal. That really screws over everyone involved. I mean i agree with you. He couldn't have a he could not afford to have a default And he did. In the only the i guess i would say. He won. Because schumer's main argument against reconciliation and lifting with reconciliation was that he didn't have time that was schumer's made argument yao He can't make that argument. So i i and i hear that I do hear that. There's a lot of anger in the republican conference. Though i mean. We can't underestimate that On what mcconnell. There's no movement to get rid of them that silliness that is coming from whatever wherever trump. We're getting that from. Oh you mean getting rid of mcconnell not not a not a chance

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Idaho Patients in Hospital Halls Amid COVID-19 Rationed Care

5 Things

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Idaho Patients in Hospital Halls Amid COVID-19 Rationed Care

"At least seventy five percent of american adults or at least partially vaccinated against the virus but tens of millions of people are still unvaccinated and hospitals are feeling the strain of seriously ill patients in idaho home to the country's worst vaccination rates hospitals are making tough decisions that were only nine intensive care beds available in the entire state on tuesday and for the first time. Idaho has authorized its hospitals to ration care warning residents that they might not get the care. They would normally expect when hospitalized at kuni hospital in court. Elaine in the northern idaho panhandle. A conference center has been turned into a field hospital and the us military arrived to help treat the flood of infected patients. Us military doctor. Major ian mckiness brosseau incredibly fortunate to be able to be here and provide some some much-needed offloading of that stress on this local system hoping to be able to provide a little bit of room to breathe so that the folks who have been here fighting the battle against coded for for the last month in year can can have a moment to sort of regain some regained some rest and and continue the fight alongside us to what are we doing. We're we're helping to sort of fill out. The physician call schedule offering another sort of person in the in the line people rotate through the ice us

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"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:30 min | 7 months ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Law With June Brosseau from Bloomberg Radio. I've been talking to Bloomberg Legal reporter David Yoffie Bellini about Texas attorney general Ken Paxton, who has survived scandals in the past, but will he get reelected? When he ran for re election. I saw the The photo where the person running against him had a truck with a huge picture of Ken Paxton's booking photo that didn't affect the election. He's proved to have nine lives politically. And, yes, he was re elected in in 2018. He didn't have a Republican opponent in the primary, partly because he had succeeded in running so far. The right that they're, you know, weren't really Conservatives who could kind of outflank him on the right, which is how you win Republican primaries in Texas and his kind of PR campaign against the securities fraud and bathe and the idea that it was a witch hunt that the charges were trumped up that it was a politicized prosecution of a political figure. You know, that really kind of resonated with Republicans in Texas, which prevented him from that primary shelf, so Of course, get a Democrat challenge him in the General A. A Yale educated lawyer named Justin Nelson had a very impressive resume, though no real political background and Melton turned the securities case into the center piece of his campaign. And, yes, he appeared in front of a truck with, you know, Ken Paxton mug shot blown up. He actually got ahold of that security footage of Tax them allegedly stealing the pen and turned that into attack ads that featured on the John Oliver Show, and so he really zeroed in on the difficult issues, But, you know, ultimately, Democrats don't win statewide elections in Texas. That hasn't happened in decades, and it's been the kind of holy Grail of the Texas Democratic Party for a long time, and Nelson came close. But Ultimately lost, which is sort of a testament to the strength of the Republican Party in Texas. But even somebody like Paxton, with all of the legal and ethical issues hanging over the head still won re election in the circumstances. He also is using his connection to Trump to his benefit. Absolutely. He's succeeded in really studying up to trump Trump endorsed him in 2018 and out of the National Rifle Association convention, where Trump was speaking that endorsed compaction. I also endorse his wife, Angela, Pakistan, who is running for state Senate. So he's really kind of cast themselves as Trump's biggest legal defender, and Trump's incredibly popular in Texas. And so, you know, it's been a successful political strategy for packed. He is involved in yet another scandal. Eight people within his office became whistleblowers to this is a scandal that exploded in the fall. And for a while really look like you could end passions career like he might actually be forced to resign in the wake of this toxin had a long standing friendship with a guy named Nate Paul, who's a real estate developer in Austin, who's had his own legal trouble, but Has also become a kind of prominent figure in Austin real estate world by buying up lots of the high price high value downtown properties in the city. So he impacts and we're friends in 2019. Paul became the subject of an FBI investigation and his home was actually created. But yeah, yeah, and that triggered a series of events in which Pakistan Kind of intervened in various ways to try to help Paul out. So, for instance, Paul wanted information about why the FBI had raided his apartment. And so he filed an open records requests to try to get some of that information. It would be very unusual for the Texas government to turn over documents relating to an open FBI investigation. But that request ended up that taxes, office and Tax and started pressuring his top staffers and copied to do something to help get these records. Uh, Paul at the same time. He also, uh, basically forced the attorney general's office over the objections of staff to intervene in the lawsuit that Paul was involved in and to intervene on Poles behalf because of help them out in that way as well. Paul also kind of concocted a theory that FBI agents and U. S prosecutors had somehow altered. We want for the church in his house that had been granted by a judge in ways that were illegal, and you wanted the attorney general's office investigator. Pakistan appointed a special prosecutor to look into this. There's a certain irony and impact of hiring a special prosecutor after railing against the special prosecutor in his own security case, But he gets a special prosecutor to work on it. You know, even after his own staff, okay? And his staff was mysteriously what was going on deep concerns, you know, thought that tax and maybe being bribed by Paul that might be the victim of blackmail, and on that this group of top deputies resigned report attacks and the local authorities, you know, went public to the press, and it was a huge scandal in Texas politics and Republicans stood by Paxton. During the securities. Rocky started coming out and criticizing him saying This looks really bad. You know, this looks corrupt, Got us prosecutors in San Antonio who were investigating packed them so That could be a federal indictment indictment that he's already contending with where he's had to rebuild his staff, which has caused various issues. No, at the same time that all this was happening efforts of preparing a big antitrust case against Google. The guy who is spearheading that work was one of the aides who resigned in protest and so taxes have to go to outside law firms asked the Legislature for more money to help hire people to come in and work on that Google Cape. So you know, there have been all kinds of issues the political, legal and practical stemming from this meet Paul situation. It's also emerged that Paul with the employer of Pakistan's former mistress, sort of adding another kind of element to the mix, and also providing a kind of potential rationale for what Paxton was doing, You know. He wanted Paul that you have a job to this mistress, you know, and no per happy Paul happy that type of opposite people in Texas political culture kind of floating around. But ultimately, you know, we don't really know the full story of what was kind of motivating his sort of unusual actions on behalf of Paul, but it certainly inflicted a lot of political damage. It's motivated to Republicans to comment. Texas Republicans so far to announce primary challenges against him because the heart of this FBI investigation that's ongoing and so it's really put him in town. And as you point out, it was the extramarital affair that seems to be more problematic for conservatives, then the rest of the things he's accused of doing. Certainly, For some people, I mean, there's a there are a range of views on this and there. Certainly conservatives attacked those who are appalled by the corruption allegations and for whom That's the main issue, but an important thing to understand about Paxton. He's often compared to Trump and he does have stirred similarity Trump in the way that he's kind of adjacent criminal behavior, and that there are all these kind of ethical concerns. That he survived. But unlike Trump, he had a reputation as a kind of a boy scout. He was super religious well behaved, had a strong marriage, strong family life. That was a big element of his Appeal to conservatives in Texas. So, whereas for Trump it's not really a big deal, at least politically for him to be accused of having affairs for Pakistan. It's pretty damaging because it kind of chips away at the whole basis of his political appeal. And so, yes, he's had you know evangelical conservatives who supported him for years turn away from him. Over the allegations affair, which he's never been up, and unlike Trump, he's the top law enforcement authority in the state of Texas. So it seems so strange to me that he can have all these charges and still survive as the Texas attorney general. I think it's really a story about the strength of the Republican Party in Texas over the last two decades, and it's also a story about the power of Donald Trump. And about how Saudi political operators aligned themselves Trump and basically used their association with him as a political lifeline. And the question now is, does that still work in 2021? Trump out of office. He's still an incredibly influential figure in the party. But is he so powerful? That alignment with him can help you overcome allegations of corruption allegations of the fair, and we're going to find out next year when he went past and goes up against George P. Bush, Jeb's son in a Republican primary. Her Re election as attorney general. You spoke to the D. C Attorney General Karl Racine. What's his interest in Pakistan Georgia congressman that the attorney general and D C. The former law school.

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"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tape. This is Bloomberg 11 3. Now a global news update. The mayor of Miami, says the search is still going around the clock for dozens still missing in a condo building collapse. And Surfside, Florida Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says there's knocking sounds coming from the rubble and hope isn't lost long as they have encouraging signs like the knocking sound that they've heard. Then we will continue. Federal helps on the way FEMA is now approved an emergency declaration. A tropical storm in the Pacific's become the first hurricane of 2021. The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Tropical Storm Enrique strengthened into a hurricane about 600 miles south of Mexico shortstop for the San Diego Padres, now tied for the lead in major league home runs after belting three homers here's Bill Trapero earlier in the day, Fernando Tatis Jr said that he would not be participating in next month's home run Derby. Then, in front of a home crowd, he would hold his own home run Derby, taking Diamondback pitching yard three times by the end of the fourth inning. I'm Scott Carr. This is Bloomberg Law with June Brosseau. From Bloomberg Radio. Student athletes dominated the N C. Double A and the competition at the Supreme Court with a score of 9 to 0. The decision clears the way for greater compensation for college football and basketball players.

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Interview With Lou Kerner Founder of Just Stable

Bitcoin Radio

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Lou Kerner Founder of Just Stable

"Welcome back. Imagined twenty twenty. I'm going to walk out. And i am honored to be joined by demand. The myth the legend lou kerner founder of just stable and stable coin analyst. Four quantum economics lou joining you on a great to be here now lou. The beauty of this industry that we work in is that it changes so rapidly. Last time we spoke which. I think it was like three two or three months ago. A whole lot has changed since then not just price brosseau innovation and product us. Jump right into it. Last when we met Defy huge was blowing up Yield farming was all the rage and there was this. It was kind of the start of this phenomena of reward programs for liquidity providers. Pretty much all these particles. They wanted liquidity on their protocol. And so there were given away tokens and two free to liquidity providers. The big news recently in the field is that unicef actually ended that reward program and what we saw was that initially they lost half quitting offense took the liquidity seemingly most sushi so But what is your take on this idea that that seemingly even the gold standard of desmond unit swap couldn't hold on really with liquidity. Once it got rid of that war program well so You're obviously going to have what you would call hot money. which is you know. they're going after. Whatever the reported aid why might be

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"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Jim Brosseau. By most standards, 2020 has been an awful year with death and disruption around the globe. The year has been undeniably challenging and tragic in real time, But how might it appeared to historians looking back half century from now here too Jealous is Bloomberg opinion columnist Hal Brands, a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. So in your new column, you talk about how history is going to record 2020 and you write that it depends on the choices People make. Afterword explained that Sure. So what I try to do in the column was think about how historians might look back on the year 2020. Not a month from now, but maybe a half century from that Alison real historical perspective, but one of the things you have to keep in mind and doing that. Is that it's not simply happens in any given year. The determine how that year will look in the future. It's what happened Subsequent to that of the human choice has a big role of plan. So just to give you one example. Americans would remember World War too much differently. Had the United States simply retreated from the world once again after that conflict in the world, falling apart again is that had after World War one As opposed to the United States and engaging on a first distant basis to shape the Postwar global order. And so this is just sort of a method illogical caution to keep in mind about something. How will look back on any given year? In any kind of assessment of 2020. Will the pandemic define 2020? I think it is likely to do so. The pandemic didn't quite come out of the blue. I think what it did was mainly accelerate trends that we're already Underway. So there was already, for instance, growing discomfort with some of the insecurities that globalization had created and copious covert. Obviously put that into overdrive. There were already concerned about a more assertive China throwing its weight around on the international Is that trend to clearly accelerated as a result of covert. And so it's not that Cove unnecessarily created the trends that are so worrisome today, but it did magnify and accelerate them in a way that's going to loom particularly large. When we look back on this here from the future, explain how 2020 followed a decade of Sort of upheaval. Sure. So when we look back on the post Cold War era, I think we're gonna see the things kind of got about as good as they were gonna get in 4005 that that period and since then there have been a variety of trends. Have been more challenging. And so democracy has begun to recede from the heights that it reached after the cold War over the path, 13 or 14 years that has consistently Retreated and more countries each year than it has advanced. We saw surging populism and opposition to globalization manifested and phenomenon like Brexit. We thought organizations like the World Trade Organization become increasingly gridlock. Then, of course, there was a growing concern in United States and other countries about the resurgence of Russia, the rise of China and the threats that those dynamics were posing to the international system. What we looking 2020. Now we see the pandemic, you know, staying at home gloom and doom. Is there any way that in the future 2020 could be seen in a hopeful light? I think there is And so if you take a historical view, looking back over the course of the post War era, one of the things you can't help But notice is that the Postwar international system And American power have both been tremendously resilient. The past and in fact from the most severe challenges At the post War system faced often catalyze constructive innovation. And so the example I like to give is the 19 seventies. And so this was a period of intense economic upheaval. The United States appeared to be in geopolitical. Retreat. But what we saw was that crises really relent to rejuvenation rather than decline. And so this was a period when the Soviet Union became overextended, Geopolitically and United States was able to launch Pretty devastating geopolitical counterattack there. In the 19 eighties, the United States cooperated with its allies to create new institutions like the Group of seven that helps manage more globalized. Economy. And so the 19 seventies turned out to be a bridge to an era of prosperity and American renewal, even though they might not have looked that way at the time. And so the hope, of course, is that 2020 might be another crisis. That leads to rejuvenation as well. Does it depend on what happens in 2021 the leadership in 2021, whether it's rejuvenation or decline that follows It doesn't mean we saw some hopeful finds during this year, and so the way I would characterize it is 2020 with the year that America's political system began toe correct itself after a pretty dangerous flirtation with quasi authoritarian populism. On the right. This was the year when United States some of its allies began working to reform international organizations that had underperformed during the pandemic. I think the question is what sort of leadership and what sort of collective effort will get in in the years that follow and so I'm more optimistic about it. Now that We have Joe Biden assuming the presidency. I think he is quite committed to this idea that the United States will need Tombo race, a multilateral agenda for reforming international institutions and collectively tackling. Challenges like like Chinese assertiveness. On, so the future is very uncertain, but I feel more optimistic about we're headed where we're headed. Now that I might have six months ago, despite what Joe Biden is going to do in the US, you still have the UK and Brexit and those trends. How will that play in? Well, Brexit. It's certainly going to have a disruptive effect. It's not entirely clear, though, that Brexit has the lead the U K and a negative direction and it really depends on what sort of decisions British leaders in the British populist make and so if if the result of your exit is a mortgage globally engaged, globally minded Britain that is active, not simply on transatlantic issues, but they on security issues. In the Asian Pacific as well. I think that would actually be a positive development. And so I think there are promising signs as well as some challenging one on again. The story there will depend on what sort of leadership emerges. From the UK in the years to come. So for people who are sitting at home on New Year's Eve and looking back at 2020 and saying, Ah, It was dreadful. I'm dreading what's ahead, you would say, Look back at the 19 seventies. I would say that a little bit of historical perspective helps keep things in the proper view. And so it's always tempting to view every crisis. As the end of American power, the end of the international system, and that can be true. But historically, it hasn't been the case and so if international system has proved resilient in the past That's at least a primary indication that it might do so in the future, if if we treat crises as opportunities for.

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The Rays Eliminate the Yankees In a Heartbreaking Game 5

The MLB Show

10:25 min | 1 year ago

The Rays Eliminate the Yankees In a Heartbreaking Game 5

"Me ask you this e because. In, twenty seventeen, there was this new core coming up right. And the thought was hey. Unexpected Ron made the playoffs one game away from the world series and I remember even the wildcard game against Minnesota that year was like just let this core group get a playoff series under their belt so that they get some experience and can grow with it. You got within one game of the world series one one of the world series it didn't happen. Now, there's a postseason failure in eighteen in one, thousand, nine hundred and get to the brink again, it doesn't happen in twenty losing game five of the LDS. At this point. Does it still if you're part of that group. visit. Still feel like you're ascending or do you start wonder if you've plateaued Now, you deficit they just sending I mean especially, those guys are so young you know what I'm saying like. inexperience in you know in age. So Yeah I. Mean You know going back over that run like seventeen we had to run. With all those young kids in. Out though I didn't I had I, didn't think it was gonna make the playoffs just just because we went to the playoffs in seventeen and everybody had career years we're coming back. You know with a young team I just I was surprised that we made the playoffs gotta ask. about a red sox end. In the next year, I thought nineteen, we were set up to. To to make a great run a debrecen. Obviously, we didn't do that. NFL This year you know is short season everything went on. So just to be able to to get out there and play and compete I think guys are excited. You know excited I mean I think is a lot to build on I. Don't think. I don't think you can up this year with the rest of them just because it was such a short season you don't think any. There's no like wondering are we the you know late nineties braves early two thousand braves where we're going to. We're GONNA get to a certain now they won one in ninety five to be fair to them. But then you know they're winning division after division after division losing to the playoffs losing the playoffs listen to play. Yeah I mean it does that enter the mind of this group at this point. I. Like I'm not in a group anymore so. I can't. Really tell you if they're starting to feel like that or not. You know. I was never I was never in that position I was about to say as a young player would. Myself as when I was young, I always felt like I had time like like August time to do you know what? I'm saying I got time to do, and then like I say, I, always bring up a seven because that was our year like we put it all together and that was a year and didn't happen. So starting panicking. So. You would have to ask the guys individually which year they thought that they were GonNa win in when it doesn't happen that year then you start panicking like shit maybe this this may not have you know hand. Right now all those guys play for the Yankees in they noted that the organization will do whatever they can to try to win auto free agents, auto players, and so no I think that they got time you. and. The reality is the starting rotation. Looked a lot different than what they had set out for because you thought you were going to have Severino James Paxton right behind Garrett Cole and you didn't, and obviously that changes the equation and made you have to use the bullpen differently, etc. Now, I, WanNa talk about coal for a minute see look if there's One Guy. Who acquitted himself beautifully in this Yankees. postseason. It was Garrett Cole I. Mean This Dude was everything they could've asked for he gives up one hit in this game and who knows if it's not for some weird wall overhang that Aaron judge got to familiar with maybe he doesn't even give up any hits in his five and a third innings. He. He really delivered and that you have to feel good about knowing okay. This guy is going to shove exactly the way you want him to this time of year yet. That was great to watch him be able to go out before. As that I know he wants you know what I'm saying. So it'll be good not this time next year everything rolling around you'll be fans in the stands and. Hopefully. We can have that Yankee Stadium proxy magic, and. Readiness. All the way to to we're supposed to be, which is a berated. I. What about pitching on three days Resi. What feels different like do you notice like all my arm isn't as strong I mean what? What what makes it a more difficult challenge when you're not pitching on your normal rush when you're pitching on short rest, it's not necessarily like your are being source. It's like everything else like little aches Oh you know you know you didn't get your. Your full arrest so you can't really overthrow You know watching that I felt like he was trying to give his normal effort their first ending everything was up. You know he was all kind of all over the place. Any just kinda settled in you know what I'm saying he gave us time you take a little longer than than usual and. He kinda settled into the game was able to find this delivery. That's the one thing about picking three days you have to find your delivery like. Were percent. Can you pitch at whether that? Sixty, five, percent seventy, five, percent, eighty, five percent. You know what I'm saying like you have to find that was going to make you be able to strikes in and be effective. So if it seems like you've found that right at the right time, you got to strike out and you know he kinda he kinda sail from after that I mean you have to Solo homer to tomatoes and then you know almost today what's that guy's name? You say his name well over process l. no the guy run our arousal arise arena Larussa Rhody. Almost curveball out but other than that. You know he pitched great. So yeah like you said I mean he delivered and and you know going forward that he'll be able to to to pitch in these situations you know several be able to pitch any situation. We saw what money can do to two nights ago. Yeah. Your boy came man Monte the Frazier Bryant Man, these guys these guys are in a good spot. So like I said nobody I don't think anybody in their Hispanic and not player. Wise. Anyway, you know that that's is the fans in the front office and stuff. You are the master of pitching on three days Resi and because of that even though it has a little less punch because the Yankees lost this game compared to what it would have been if the Yankees won this game. I want explore that a little bit further with you because you you did it a lot. I mean the way you did it in. Milwaukee with multiple starts down the stretch over and over again as you were just in Bistro and then we saw it in the nine playoffs as well where you did it the entire Oh nine playoffs and delivered you did it in game one and four of the AL CS is at it again in Games one and four the world series. What kind of advice did you offer Garrett Cole as he was getting ready to do it for the first time in his career as someone who did a lot and did it in big stages? You know what I didn't and I was watching the first thing that I was like man Fuck I should've called. You know what I'm saying. But I didn't he's he gates. He's he he figured it out on his own. You know what? I'm saying, I don't need to call bad like he'll call me if he did something. Yeah so I don't I don't want to bother him. I don't WanNa call him I know how he is. You know know the days before you know the day of leading up to historic. So you know I I don't want to call him but please believe I'll facetime mining when I figured out that he was making start. Well whatever you told Monte in the face time, it worked out really pitch well and game four and I was encouraged. You know see if we go through this game, there's not there's not a lot to nitpick and say, okay, this could have been done differently. This could have been done differently. We've just lost a game and. You just lost a baseball game to. All the time where we go to Tampa or we we play apple you know what I'm saying. So that's why I was so scared to play them in the playoff series because. That's the one team that I know that can fucking Peterson the series and they know it too. Yep Yet one hundred percent. It's how I felt last year too when they were playing the Astros and people like Oh we want the race I was like the race competing in the. Last. Year to we would have been counted the same. You know what I'm saying we would have been a seven game series for sure if they beat if last night got typically fucker pitches. Right move coming for the first. and. On the whole right I mean this is this is not what you are looking forward to. If you're major league baseball as far as ratings go I believe the Yankees when all is said and done at the end of this s I think they're gonNA have nine of the top ten highest rated games thus far in the playoffs they're going to have been involved in. So you know you better believe that there are going to be people who are wishing that the Yankees went as deep as possible for the sake of you know the economics of the sport, but from a pure. David Goliath baseball storyline, and there is something amazing even though it's not going to make my stomach feel-good or your Z. about the Tampa Bay rays and they're twelve dollar payroll. Taken down the big bad Yankees and Brosseau hitting the home run off Chapman after that like there's something crazy about that story how many times it I tell you that's not the way we do my career I'm not into. The raise but winning visit. I kept telling you that. The fucking raise

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"brosseau" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Question. I was ready. I was ready before he took the break I wanted to do a big league tease for the edge. What was the question I forget? Are Is this Yankees Team Likable Lakeway. It's a it's a likeable team I don't know about that. You're just you just hate everybody. No I mean. Yeah. But like. This team gets injured so much. They're not very sound defensively. They're sewing incredibly painfully one dimensional where it's like did they hit three home runs? Yes. Great. They won. Did they hit lesson three home runs? Yes. Shit. They lost like that's that is what this team has been boiled down to. Yeah I look you know my feelings on on that I hate that type of baseball I. I. Don't like it. It's not. It's not the brand of baseball that I enjoy watching as much I just don't. It's not fun. It's not fun for anybody to be honest strikeouts and Homerun we've I don't I'm not gonNA drown this subject about the home run being nothing. Talking but the game itself, there's there. there. So one dimensional that they that their approach, it's the approach that pisses me off because they don't have any likable. They don't have the AB- like. Likeable in that sense I don't know when you say likable I don't think of that. There are no they're annoying to root for because they only win one way and when I see a game happening in front of me and like Luke Voids up there, swinging out of his shoes striking out. Jewish. Shoes striking out Giancarlo Stanton is swinging out of everyone is up there to do the same exact thing. Except for DJ Louima who, Yes they have one of twenty five and he's a beautiful beautiful person and if he has not resigned, I might never watch. That's going to be a big deal man. He needs to resign him like soon I don't even want to sit and wait. I don't want to start about this. Do you want you know how Brian? CASHMAN can spin this this this fake season which I think we all agree. Now it's a fake season now that the Yankees are out of the players, you know he can spin it tomorrow morning the Yankees announced that they have resigned. To a five year contract everyone just forget about what we just watched and get excited for next year. Yeah. I mean that's not a bad way to do it. That's a good thing to do Jason Zillow. If you're listening, go go call up Brian Cash and right now and say we need good pr tomorrow morning re-signed DJ Lamont, they need they need to do that as a must must happen. So when you say likable I don't think of on the field stuff like that this that doesn't their likeable team because there are likeable team. They, they're one dimensional in the approach, and that is infuriating to me the the approach itself that means you're not able to adjust to different circumstances within a game within a situation matter who's up to bat like. You're just you're just a one trick pony and they know that especially the raise know that and they're able to to counteract that one strength with you know eighty other strengths that they have to. Go against you and it's considered likable. You talking about personality like off the field stuff like us really usually when you usually when people say talk ask somebody about being likable. Yes. It's about like literally like the team Whittier feelings about that team they like are they not likeable? There's a couple of. Bad Actors on the team like I don't think we're all these Chapman's likable but I think everybody health practically is. But we don't know how these guys actually are off the field. It doesn't matter. That's the persona that they put on. That's the whole point when I talk. But when I talk about likable I mean, do I, enjoy watching them do I like rooting for them. All right and and frankly they're not fun to root for sometimes. Well I this become not fun to root for when when they're striking out and missing and just do just laying shitty at bats. I understand what you're saying. There's a huge frustration there. I'm not going to go as far as say, they're not. They're not likeable because I think they are that whatever it doesn't matter. It's such a personal. Into Window. This is a dumb thing to talk about right now it's like they. Oh, it's not I. Don't think it's a dumb thing to talk about because we we watch this team trying to win a world series every year. So two, thousand, seventeen was gravy. They weren't supposed to be there. That was an underdog fun. Story I on the Yankees were actually underdogs in in our lives and then they traded for Giancarlo Stanton and then it was world series or bus two, thousand eighteen to that. Again, these are all about expectations expectations Jersey. It's about expectations of course, it's about expectations. Okay. So do we expect the Yankees to win a world series? You don't Sign Garrett Cole did you detect? Contract, as you go through the playoffs this year. I didn't at the beginning of the year I did at the beginning of the year. Of course you're looking at, they have the expectations. But when you actually see what happening in the product on the on the field and the fact that they had no pitching, it was pretty damn clear that this team if they were to get deep in the playoffs, they would have they would have to go on some stupid offensive run or or some weird shit would have to happen because they just didn't have the pitching depth or the pitching Jalan. Why and that's your ten Conran that's wild when you think about the fact that they signed. Garrett. Cole. Yes. Yeah it's wild. We didn't think we were going to have to worry about in opener in the second game of a playoff series after they stupid shame on us for not expecting James Paxton to be hurt. Shame on US and Severino injury when news of discovered as an injury Severino without. Not when they signed Garrett Cole. I'm just saying no the for the season..

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"brosseau" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"As part of the problem in my opinion but. If. You don't have a manager that you can have sit in a room with their coaching staff and make a decision. Then the mood we doing But it did it did it did boil down to that and? Could have changed the entire tone of the series that who knows you haven't made you older. So when you had all this confidence like leaving this game with a positive note walking into play Houston and I just I didn't. I. Didn't understand where you're you're positively was coming from about. Confidence for game five or no. They got past past game five. Yeah. I feel like if they did even if they won this game, they were going to be sitting ducks. They had no pitching like, what were they going to do? That may be true but I guess by confidence came from because if the Yankees couldn't beat Houston this year will then that team what are we doing with this team? If you can't beat attorney and there's no pitching staff, there's no pitching staff. By pitching staff was that they were they were they were fortunate to be in that position. They weren't all circumstances of the the Astros probably cheating you out in two, thousand seventeen and possibly in two thousand, nine yet i. hear you if you can't rise up to beat them after all of that then you you. Can't rise up against the Astros, the offense and. I. Wasn't going to be happy was probably going to be Dovey Garcia in game what whatever they're not going to the yes. Because they're not good enough. They weren't his pitching staff my point like. Two hundred and forty million dollar team doesn't have enough pitching. Did you. Think about your colds performance tonight how do you feel about that? I love. Garrett Cole's performance tonight. Yeah. I. Mean. He should have given up two home runs but I love our co performance or he should have given up no home runs if that stupid overhang wasn't there we'll true. That over hey. A Yeah tweeted as it's a bullshit. Bullshit Overhang and then gardner straight. Up. We'll because there's no scoreboard in left I know but. I mean. D- Aaron judge don't. FREAKING Kim Bay, Matombo with like standing on top of him slapping him down. He was underneath it. They Rondo has the same thing to foot and you know what the Yankees have the same thing the walls disorder. Okay takes it out of the equation the. When it's it's above. Aaron. Judge is head maybe they're not expecting outfielders. Seven feet. Tall. I mean he he definitely had an opportunity at that ball Scott what do you want me to like Garrett Cole was everything you want him to be on three days rest? He was an animal like they were talking about and hyping them up in pre-game. He had a little bit of command issues early in the game which we kind of expected but thinks. He didn't allow it. He fixed it. He cruised through the second and third thing he battled through the fourth inning he was fired. They just couldn't score. I'M NOT WORRIED ABOUT GARRETT COLE I'm worried about every other pitcher on this roster. As, far as the starters go, they're not good enough. They don't have starters number two through five and in a playoff where you have no off days that is exaggerated, right? Yeah. There's no doubt. It's a gigantic problem Tampa. Roster is is made for these no days off series they really are and I know the Yankees have tried to build an elite bullpen but I mean they used they did they did and then they got cocky and thought they could replicate it every single year after they had injury Miller in the back with with Chapman and and. WHO's One? Why am I loosen my brain here? Delon. Thank you see he already died to me but yeah they had they had filth from the back and they tried to retreat it and it just kept re trying to create that type of and I think they got gotta line from actually need some starting pitching. You can't just win with a bullpen actually need some starting pitching and hopefully they're moving in that trend with Garcia and Clark smidt and Obviously Garrett Cole and Severino will come back and be healthy and Montgomery I thought Montgomery. Start gives you a lot of positivity for Montgomery. WHO's GONNA YOU'RE GONNA change your mind about this rotation about those. Not. He's he's a four. He's a four five or whatever that is but you need them to get through hundred and sixty two games. Yeah for sure but. They still need to. Continue to develop pitchy they need our. An emphasis. Oh, so it's like, oh of Severino her and and get her and Tom McKinley didn't get hurt. Maybe this team would be okay. Well, this team just gets injured. That's the team that you have the glut of injury guys. So I'm not using that not a get out of jail free card for this team Severino Injury Guy But. But this team has injury. So you can't say injuries like Oh you just talk it up to injuries know what Severino isn't injury. I consider was injured all of last year. He. Was Out for two straight years. What he talking about he's injury Guy Yeah Right. I, just ask that question he didn't say that in the beginning you'd stumbled on to didn't doesn't feel like an injury guy but think. Yes wrench. I just realized surgery guide the. Damn. Paxon is no doubt injury the boy he's not he shouldn't come back. He shouldn't come back and I'm sorry you know. I don't want to knock back I like Tanaka. Tanaka has been good his entire time here. I don't want him back. I don't WanNa see that same thing again I know what we got here. It's not a winning championship. Team with Tanaka as a as a two three in this in this. He's a five. He's a five at this point. Yeah, I mean. So every every every day that Tanaka starts give me Debbie. Every single time and I will be much happier. 'cause we have a little bit of. Progress some hope there that's that's going to move forward. Well. Yeah I mean. I don't want to make this about like championship window talk because. Frankly that that changes year to year but. But I think you really got a question this core of positional players we thought was going to be around for a couple of championships. Gary Sanchez lost his starting job. This year Gary Sanchez is not is not that guy? Gares inches lost his starting job this year Aaron judge can't stay on the field. Those are two guys you're going to build around. Kleber has that's a problem I mean Gary Sanchez Labor is. He, he would have to do something significant in the off season to even stay where he is at this point I. Think I don't think he has any value anywhere else but I I do believe he's going to come back and he's probably going to be. He's coming back hobby going to be the starting catcher in the beginning of the season. Honestly is he going to be catching coal opening day next year though I don't know I could see that happening you see you see you see Garrett Cole whispering sweet nothings into. Kyle Gasio 'cause. era in the Dugout a dentist. I, love you I love you, Kyle. No. Thirty remember do you remember when you do you remember when you.

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"brosseau" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"By door dash and bet online and you know what? If you're listening to this episode? Thank you because after the. Game ended the Yankee season ended you might not want to have anything to do with the Yankees baseball for a little while and I don't blame you because payback's a bitch and Mike Brosseau versus all this Chapman. That hurt. That's done I looked out I was like Oh sht. Not Listening to the game, the commentators very much tonight and I. Just for like a split second I I I knew those long about there was a history there. But when you hit the home run, it didn't click in my brain about that and then and then I saw the celebration of just him I'm like Oh shit I was that was. The basically where it started this season at least That was pretty wild man, two seasons in a row end on a relative's Chatman pitch first reliever in MLB history to have his team exit playoffs. By allowing home runs really that's. Just saw that on twitter Got To. Believe Yeah I gonNA twitter's. Accurate. It's it's it's a absolutely brutal way to end the season I think it's fair to say the razor just better than you It's it's hard to say that today man honestly because of the way the Yankees won last night and the and the way that they were in this game today. It felt it felt like they absolutely had a chance to win this game and of course, and The fact that like I do think coal pits while he had a really shaky S. first inning and it was like a here we drove his pitch count probably got him out of the game inning early and that might have cost the team because instead of coal being able to finish six innings, he could only get into the sixth inning and then you're with Zach Britton in the in the sixth inning and then you with a this chapman in the seventh inning and everything has moved up but but even, but even Chapman on that home run like the other Bazzi looks fine didn't look like he was struggling or or. It just didn't look like he was still was going to have to pitch another inning and the more times. He's throwing the wartime guys the Yankee think about the Yankees pitching staff it's four pitchers. The Yankees pitching staff boils down to four pitchers Cole Chapman Brin and Chad Green everyone else's a question mark this summer sh some are better question marks than others like for example. Debbie Garcia and Jordan. Montgomery were better question marks than Jay Happen at amount of you know but they're still kind of question marks. The temp rays have like nine legitimate pitchers that you can trust right I mean that is I I know and that's not That's not normal. The thing is today today. Better today had nothing to do with our pitching staff. That's that's that's where. I know but that's Me and they beat you eight to two in the regular season. Yes I look. You're you're talking to somebody who understands the thing is today losing today after winning yesterday, which they they bested their pitching staff yesterday on a day that Yankees had you know all mediocre guys going? The better question marks as you as you call them and today. Everybody pitched well Chapman had those a long at that a good at bat and he got the best of them like. It was he didn't have bad stuff. Chad didn't look bad. He looked I thought he looked good. So. And there were a couple of calls over the play. I thought. The show was he was he added a bigger strike zone, but he was pretty consistent all night he was giving. The empire was not a factor in today. That's exactly how you want empire beggary and I don't even mind that the strike zone was a little bit bigger but. There's just the Yankees bats didn't execute that was that's it. That's that's that's what. The Yankees bats fall or is that the Tampa pitching credit I mean you could go you could go both ways. You could also say that even with that pitching staff when you have that many guys like you could score more than one more than more than one ball flying out yeah it should be able to yes you definitely. Yeah I I do I do I do place at that I do place blame on the on the Yankees at bats I mean some of those bats were just standing had to two. That stand out in my mind that were just and it's it's hard to rip on him right now because he was so good on standards because he was the only one hitting for that's fine I. don't care I'm looking at today and what happened today in the game five must win game looking at that and I'm going to evaluate exactly what? Happened there that three Oh count early in the game like I don't understand that I i. don't it's three account with a guy on two days rest like I know I was saying be aggressive yesterday three account you're not. You're still not swinging balls but a three count with a guy in two days obviously struggling to find the strike zone worked count. Loot take a pitch gleyber to Labor to. I know and then. Last night I stanton just it was bad. He had no chance with Castio cassius throwing them back door slides selective note no freaking. Okay. He he didn't even he couldn't even see the pitch. Again. It's so. We talked about are the Yankees going to be aggressive versus glass now because he's on two days rest and he's not. Kevin cash talk about Oh. We might have them for a hundred pitches. That's just bullshit. I was just absolute hogwash like he wasn't going to throw a hundred pitches people on twitter are like, no, he could go five or six innings you got to work as pitch count. No you gotta hit them now because he's coming out of the game any minute right and I think it says a lot. About Tyler Glasgow and Blake Snell that they didn't even use Blake's. Now in this game, they don't trust Blake Snell I. Don't know. I don't think it's that I don't think he's they don't trust now. I said I. Don't think they needed to use Blake's now on in cash knew that cash I mean there is no. I'll tell you why the reason why is because they had they had Three three right handed dominant relievers ready to go and interesting give them what to in to change I'm GonNa, pull the box for the no but that's part of it. Is that the Yankees of all these right handed hitters against Blake Snell so he's not an ideal matchup for them. No I know that's where I don't think it's against Blake style. The match ups are are not the best and then she's also. They have the ability to look forward a little bit if they needed to because they have the the arms or. LUXURY IN A in a game five winner or? Whatever go home, let forward to. I'm not saying they were looking. To it because he was warming up but. They have the luxury of doing that because they have trusted guys. A ton of them to to get execute. So well, I think it says a lot that if we look at not just game five, but this series is a whole. And that the Yankees, it came down to a game to the Yankees, trying to trick the raise to try and go up to because they know they can't beat them straight up. That's what game to trickery with Garcia and Hap told me is that the Yankees don't think they can beat Tampa by playing straight up. So we need to trick them to try and beat them when Garrett Kohl's on. The mound and that's a problem that tells me the Tampa rays are better than the Yankees. That's why I say that or or that your managers just doesn't believe in himself he's going to be all weird. That's not a man that's not an Arab decision I mean boone's not been good killed Boone multiple times in this postseason and his contract is up I think they will resign them. I think it's A. It should be a serious question for Brian Cashman but the Garcia hat fuck orie was not Aaron. Boone's decision. It was an organizational decision. Yeah I mean there's people in those rooms making those decisions with him I understand that the..

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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CDC director warns second wave of coronavirus could be even worse

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

CDC director warns second wave of coronavirus could be even worse

"And a nursing theory and it came from the director of the CDC's was warning of a second deadlier assault from the corona virus Dr Robert Redfield says a round two is really not out of the realm of possibility meanwhile there's a task force of doctors that is worried that the flu epidemic may also occur at the same time as the second corona virus wave White House corona virus response coordinator Dr Deborah Beck's Brosseau hoping by that time that we have additional treatment options for people with covert nineteen will be worse I think this is been pretty bad

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"I would want to work for that app. But it's cool because they're saying sell you everything you should stay away for something. See crushed in. You need to avoid these cashews or something like peppers stuff. That nightshade geotechnical way. But but yeah so you know some guys will pay more. Some guys will pay more attention to it than others and then from a team standpoint like we just can't keep you can't provide everything for everybody. It's a lot of people to the thing we try to educate them on is like i game. The documentary was phenomenal for promoting like a plant based diet with Like wild game like it went a little farther than that. But if you if you would have kept the wild game in there. I thought it would have been perfect. It's hard to get wild game up here but we have a couple of hunters on staff. la- irene. Guys like he'll he'll go get deer elk. Nelken he'll he'll bring it to the rink and You know you. He'll cook up sometimes and but like we try to guys you know. In season we want eighty percent. Clean twenty percent calories off season. You can go ninety ten. Because you're not expelling as many calories so you can be a little cleaner But it's just hard to the calories. You burn like our hurried system tells us what they're burning in practices. But there's like you know when you when you work as hard as they do. There's you know growth hormone released Which which has this. It's called an after burn effect. Where just plows through calories until you consume something so We have to manage that stuff and just their daily. The calories burned just from being alive like those guys that are like five thousand a day and it's hard to eat that much so we expect them to have three three plan meals. Expect them have snacks between each meal as well as shakes. Smoothies are a big hit right now. He's got an injury lindor for the for the lounge ping pong table. Ninja blender guys three or four hours. You give money that you know from from the beginning years like phenomenal. That's where we get our snack with. That's what we get like all these little things With our our support. And i know a lot of teams rely heavily on that that fundraising campaign to to help supplement. All all their budgetary needs and Passard nutrition stuff's kind of based on that we have. I feel our culture as team is pretty healthy You're always gonna get a couple of guys who hit five guys on sunday or late night. Saturday but is five guys are no no once in a while. He can't but i'm being guys. Yeah i know. There's no. I i have no problem with the guys need calories we i mean. We usually like sundays. Like guys will just concentrate themselves for one meal or something we have. No just sort geyser. It's more like it's more mentally too like it's out of the way. Now you just go for the rest of the week and they one kitchen..

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"After a game as much as just recover we want really good food and we want lots of sleep so like we've over. It's over my time here. We've changed to like we don't go to. We don't go to pre game skate on saturdays. We we try to sleep in his latest. We can get a really good breakfast. We'll do some enough movement and body maintenance stuff to get a little swipe going get loosened up and then we try to nap again. We i think a big thing that helps the night before especially at home. We do meditation so right after our game we used a meditation system. It's actually off of spotify meditate for about ten twelve ten minutes s. We usually get settled down on the bike vulnerable. Scratch lights out. It's like a breathing and body awareness. Meditation and just try to get them calm down and get them into a rest and relaxation out of that fight or flight system and Get some good food and then try to get home and that's and that's during during the weekend we'll just because for the games but also during the week like it's a big thing we stress on you know sleep utrition hydration and to monitor that. We actually have daily questionnaires that we call it tad tad maiden pretty sure chipped in the summer. One you guys. Yeah so yes. Summer's once a week. Just talk about your week. You workout sexually controlled higher captains. Those questionnaires look like when you're in italy. I don't know. I was filling out with you but yeah but you drink drink in season. We have won every day. Pretty simple takes thirty seconds. Just how how's your sleep housing nutrition today to get you three meals in recovery snacks. Hydration stress levels yup. And this is the one you brought to us the team standard. What team standard aegean body today. So like guys are holding out to to what we expect when we expect fish four things. We expect him so be tough. Be a great teammate. Or car coach. -able for four things. We got look for in in players. And and that's the last question questionaire. Made sure just reminds you every day that you got embody one of those But not to get too carried away and talk about more the technology that kind of goes all back to tad here and he's able to Once again you know you see you see guy hasn't slept well as stressed for the past four days. Then he sums wrong or he has a heavy academic load some in the suite. Adjust we take that and we associate a number with each answer and then we any anybody. That's average or below is highlighted highlights for us and we look at it in any any answer. That's the most. Negative answer is highlighted. As well. And i just start the conversation you know. Somebody might have one bad day. You started a conversation with them and they might be trending in the wrong direction or Or just might be one bad day and everything's good after that they got a phone call or they got you know a tough grade back in a test or just a bad night sleep. Whatever it may be And then we just try to find a way to you know either ended at that one day or get him going back in the right direction if something's wrong But it's gone so far as to get kids you know. Hey he's got a bunch of tests. He stressed Can we get them out of practice or can we get him out of lift. What can we do to help him. and that's where our players have been phenomenal in earning our trust to be able to make those decisions and not. Just try to get out of things..

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Help performance will be used even if it makes the slightest difference it will be used whatever the cost someone will find some some. Yeah and it will be used in. And so yeah i think i. I'm sure we both believe it's the future and yeah if you ask any athlete it's probably the same answer as well so i think we're heading on the path where you you can't kids are getting so much better and so are getting explosives things so special young and not even like we still want multi sport athlete play non hockey games in our offseason to develop athleticism. But you get exposed to training and like hockey players aren't in. The weight room are in a train. That much different from basketball players or football players or track and field athletes. There's always gonna be some commonality The biggest differences are types of conditioning and injury prevention. And then like how much size you need like football players certain positions are gonna anymore size. But not all of them and hockey players similar some people who hit a little bit more going to need some more padding so they'll get some muscle growth but for the most part we want explosive fast athletes and that's every sport. Yeah so technology wise. I think you're gonna go down the path of on ice timing. We we have the ability to do that now but we we just got it so we haven't implemented yet we do all dry-land timing and we're we we call. We stole this from Chris corpus indiana. I think so. He's a track. Coach rank record publish. So we we rank are ten yard. Dashes we're record. Obviously and then we publish them with the team and we we show like where guys are moving how they're progressing and what our team averages and we've been chasing a of marriage. We hit one five eight last week. If you do with deep from we have we hit a. We were chasing a one nine playoffs. We hit one five eight from three point stance which big boys really nice job. A couple guys for seven. That's pretty impales. Fuss lightning fast and you vertical jump mats that you can you can test power on our phenomenal or just vertical jumper reactive stuff but on ice. I think the two big things are catapult runs the system. It has accelerometers. So you can you. I think it gives eighteen. Eighteen data points on you can get grind load based on stops and starts. So you're keeping groins healthy. You can get Accelerations changes direction A whole list of things so the heart rates the internal monitoring catapult would be external monitoring. So that you know what you can do with it Or what it can give. You is amazing but then figuring out what you can do with. It is is the next step. I think you know. If i'm a player. I would want that that information to to help. Keep me healthy. 'cause if you missed a practice that's a chance you didn't get better. You know you miss a workout a the chance..

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"This was our notre dame tournament once he got to it in a game. So i'd watch the game. Watch a hurry. Soon as he'd get above ninety he just headed straight for the bench. No matter what was going on to play he knew he was done and couldn't make a decision so we had to take him and get him in practices where we push him to that above ninety and then make him make plays so that when he does finally get into that situation i think ever since then he's just through the roof in terms of development and being able to make those plays under fatigue on the ice But that was. That was an interesting one with name. Or even we've had. We've had kids who you have an extra essay. Your will spike. It's kind of like a short circuit. We've found two or three that kids have had to go in surgeries get burned out and because of that. They're they're not as fatigued as often because they don't have that to hurry. Jumping into two twenty five just standing there. It's it's quite a wild system. We've found a lot of things with equal well as just amazing. I mean you. Basically help kids out with life. Not that it would take him out or anything but it does stress them like one kid was even treated for anxiety because of it and then we found out it was that essay note. And i think you gotta taking care of two years ago. And he's just he's always felt he's felt better. Looks better. doesn't look as shaky when because that's not happening here so it's pretty pretty cool to see that to address that. Yeah what do you guys think. i mean just looking into the future for on ice technology like that. What do you think the future is. I mean again from a player's standpoint. Like especially especially nowadays. I'm sure for the future. Compared to ten twenty years ago about one percent of you getting better mesa a whole lot of difference like if you just take. I'll take speed speed. You know we always say no one likes this slow athlete. And if you compare to the nhl or pro hockey or any sport really if you can get that point two point three seconds or that extra step in front of someone. that's huge. That's the difference between making team in even or or being an average player. Good player so getting that extra percent two percent better can rely like can heavily relied on both the technology. So yeah so all these all these things we talk about. You know whether it's the officer on ice heart rates. I mean we use different things like lasers for Speedwork and stuff. I'm sure we'll get into that a little bit but it's like it's awesome like i think it's the future like anything. They can find a to help that. Training that performance anything i.

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Like percentage of on ice time. Do you think is about ninety. When you're at a game depends on the kid because on the planet. Like i'm usually i think on a team. I'm pretty i get in the red a lot. I think compared to other guys like some some games. Like i wanna say close to seventeen minutes in the red. Oh while i don't wanna namedrop flair. That goes like thirty thirty two. Yeah i mean it doesn't necessarily mean you out of shape. I don't think i know he he. So the this is where you gotta learn the differences in players so we talked about it in our conversation before we got a player who's puck possession. Skills are phenomenal and it doesn't spike heart rate and we have another player who if he sits on the bench he's in his below sixty percent heart rate as soon as he steps on ice. He's above ninety like weather moving in. I just that's just how his body reacts and how excited he gets and it doesn't it doesn't negatively impact them so when when he first came on our team and we saw that he was like a five day. We were like. Oh my gosh. We've got so. We had to go in and manipulate some of his variables to really understand what's going on with his body Because not every plan and not every not every number system is the same for every player. So we've actually adjusted his percentage so his his high intensity time that above ninety is actually above ninety. Three i think for him And it just means his anaerobic specials a little bit higher So we can manipulate those on an individual basis We don't have necessarily like a a portable device or view treadmill to test that for guys but we can kinda learn it over time with them and just see what they're comfortable operating in and vice versa. We got guys who operate really low. Don't get excited and and are never out of breath and yeah yeah. how do you train the. How do you aim the system towards people who are free athletes like that. I mean we all know. Yes so the the kids who are just different. Just just physiologically run different We can go in and individualized things so and we can. We can look at You know where their percentages are set. So everybody's kinda sad at like fifty to sixty s a certain color. Sixty to seventy seventy eight eighty to ninety nine hundred one hundred. We go in and manipulate that and typically Our guys who run high manipulate like the the eighty to ninety percent might go a little bit higher than the ninety two hundred might go to eighty five to ninety three ninety three to one hundred for their zones and the guys who run lower. We might manipulate the other way But the system is awesome in the sense that like any session that we do If we reach a new max heart rate it'll record that as their new max heart rate and reset their variables and same on the other end. If we do resting heart rate are we do Hurry variability which is a measurement that kind of recovery It'll reset their resting heart rate to their new zone so It's kinda always learning the athletes paying attention to him and adjusting for them and then we can also go in and make our own modifications based on what always see. So it's it's a very awesome system I don't know use i. It's a it's a finnish company It's big in hockey. The two biggest ones are polar. And i beat and we we ended up with. I mean all pro teams will use it like yeah..

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Guess yeah. I e exactly so we're just gonna hundred percent all the time trying to give it our all. Yeah they're able to monitor that so you don't have to wear am i going to be gaston the weekend or am. I not going to be ready enough. It's proven to work fantastic. And i mean the four years. I've been here too. So i'm sure there was some adjusting when i caught him but Yeah that's i think that's the nicest part of it from player standpoint for sure. Yeah there were definitely some bumps in the road and the first first few years not only just with the technology and learning it but Speaking the same language as coaches Like i see the physical side of things and they see the technical tactical side so merging. Those two took took a bit of time but Our coaching sounds are phenomenal with that. And are totally bought in our You know i can walk out to the. Our coach knows exactly what our team averages and how much more he's going to go or how long we've been on the ice and With that information over the years we've learned that our our motto is become a rest as a weapon the second half of the year so we we're off right now. We're off on monday. After long trip tuesday will be pretty light We wanna make sure our guys feel fresh. There's not a whole lot of things we need to to improve. We just need to be fresh and mentally fresh so that we play well okay. Yeah and it's crazy because your honesty is really checked. If you're working hard or not because you can tell ya that's Especially like i mean. I've been here for years especially at the start of the season like the fall rates so we have no game sore mostly practicing and you know we gotta get in game shape we call it so you gotta make some games and like i said usually five i mean we rarely get to five on practice if ever but you gotta push base you gotta get in the red which is about ninety about ninety percent your heart rate and so you know you can't just look like you're skiing out actually got us ski heard yeah keeps keeps the players on us keeps like you said just give it your all. They'll monitor the rest. Yeah but that that time of ninety s something. We monitor pretty close like D. average a certain number four is average certain number and we take that and use it in our pre season training so that our bodies are used to spending that much time above ninety. Those workouts are tough. I think your first freshman workout was a member you guys had like orientation in the first freshman workout was it. You had to spend twelve minutes above ninety you. It was.

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"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

Clarkson Ignite Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast

"Even now like There are certain video system so we have video or coaches breakdown video. The video systems. Integrate your heart rate so as a player hops on the ice. It'll show at least which zone of the hurry. It'll be color coded based on like they're eighty percent or ninety percent and then you can see like okay if this kid is constantly making mistakes at ninety percent heart rate okay. We need to address that in practice. Or if he's you know for some reason his heart rate's not going up when he's doing these things you know and he's making mistakes what what might be the cause of that or It's interesting they're starting to get there. I don't know how integrated it is. But i think excesses starting to what is what we use as a as a team to kind of breakdown video. So coaches like. Let's say i have an apple iphone or ipad..

Adam Driver Hates Watching Himself in Movies

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Adam Driver Hates Watching Himself in Movies

"It'll be interesting to see during the Oscar. TV Show exactly how Adam driver reacts when they play a clip of his best actor nominated performance because he hates seeing or hearing himself on screen so much that a few months ago he walked out on Terry Gross in the middle of an interview for fresh air when she played a clip of him which surprised me because when I talked to him in two thousand thirteen he was indulgent as we watched one scenes from the TV show girls. I did ask him why it made him so uncomfortable. I mean lots of reasons I just forgot why look like to was reminded in my God. That's what you have to go through that But mostly because I feel like If he was gonNA continue if it was going to kind of go on that You know I came from a theater background or you. Don't get to look at the end result or what what is actually being a Brosseau. You just have to do your homework than As much as you can then show up on the day and be open to something being different or not knowing the answer and I think think in things that I've watched in the past one I would just obsessed about them for months and drive myself crazy after you saw your work of things that I wanted to fix and change your or do over again in an obviously you can't and and same thing with the people around me. I just drive them nuts with like ask him quite so we would just couldn't wouldn't it be allow you to like. Oh next time and I won't do that or get better the next time. I don't think it's necessarily a good idea. Just kind of seems to be what I think. I have a natural tendency to try to make things perfect or better looking or Change it for the sake of changing at arbitrary Changing making it look better in the things that I'm interested in an watching in film theatre and television role is the imperfect or the ugly part of it. I just know it myself. Especially while we're shooting I have no interest to see what is coming

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Democrats to wrap up impeachment case today, Trump lawyers start tomorrow

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats to wrap up impeachment case today, Trump lawyers start tomorrow

"The focus yesterday was on the first impeachment article abuse of power to day it's on the second obstruction of Congress do you really have any doubt about the facts here does anybody really question with the present is capable of what he's charged with as he finished last night lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff made an emotional plea to skeptical Republicans if right doesn't matter we're lost but John Brosseau and other GOP senators are tired of what they say are the same arguments for hours and days it seems like a groundhog day in the Senate the president's lawyers will start their case tomorrow Sager met Donnie Washington

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"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of editors and columnists I'm Jim Brosseau coming up on the show how this year's elections will set the tone for the next decade of health policy plus have conservatives lost the Republican Party but first the trump administration is reportedly considering an executive order that would require all academic research financed by the US government to be published without pay walls the nonprofit that publish a lot of that are wondering how they'll pay the bills here to tell us more is Justin fox a columnist for Bloomberg opinion so tell us about this executive order on academic research that's expected well it's a rumored executive order from the trump administration that so far no one from the trump administration has publicly said anything about but a blog that covers scholarly publishing first reported on a lot of other places of semi confirm that something's being discussed it's it's an order that all research papers that are funded by the U. S. government would have to be published with no pay walls open access for everyone to read immediately considering how the top administration has been behaving as far as scientific information at cetera it doesn't sound like something they'd be particularly interested in who in the administration is moving this yeah it's not it's not at all clear it's supposedly circulating in the White House on initially thoughts were that it was the science adviser who's a meteorologist former vice president research at the university of Oklahoma but other reports have said no so it's it's all kind of unclear but this is definitely something that's in the air globally the European Union is already embarking on exactly is a plan like this it's called plan **** in in the US over the past decade and a half there's been this push towards initially research funded by the national institutes of health and then all government funded research has to be made publicly available within twelve months of being published but that that Spencer this compromise that is enabled all these academic journals to keep charging for subscriptions and charging for access to these things wall then letting them go open later the push now from groups like the gates foundation the Wellcome trust in the UK and and I aids and European government funding agencies is now for paying for this stuff we wanted to be available to everyone so even though it's still murky as to where the order came from and when it might be signed it led to a protest letter with what a hundred thirty seven signature there were various different letters but one was a hundred thirty seven another and had sixty in most of the when people talk about academic publishing the focus is very often on these for profit companies like Elsevier which is a division of R. E. L. acts of big media company Wiley's Springer nature of it you know make our multi billion dollar companies that make pretty big profits off these journals but most of the group's signing on to this protest letter against the room it is also liked it's a protest against something that doesn't exist yet but were scientific societies like the American chemical society the American medical association Massachusetts medical society groups like that and so what I eat and I sort of knew this but I spent some time going through their tax returns with all my goodness that the gods are available no it's not it's not hard at all ProPublica public as the mall on a nice website and you can look him right up in I mean these organizations a lot of them the majority of their revenue comes from publishing so then where would that leave them would they be able to publish profitably if if they have to have everything online I mean it's an interesting question because in economics pretty much all papers that eventually get published in the journal is published by the American economic situation are initially they are sent out as working papers years before that's sort of the culture with an economic you just you finish it you throw it out there online you let people criticize it and then you send it into the journal to be published in the whole publishing process is more about determining who gets tenure and promotion that about getting the information out there physics work somewhat like that to other disciplines don't like in biology and medicine a lot of people are uncomfortable with the idea of putting research results out there before they've gone through the whole peer review process so it it it's really hard to say the economics association makes millions of dollars a year from externals even though that virtually everything that's in them is available usually in slightly different form but still available through other means but I think a lot of these other organizations just don't know where it would lead and they're really worried I think one of the other interesting things is the the big for profit publishing companies have been sort of preparing for this day for several years and all have ideas of how they'll still be able to make money in this world where is a lot of these scholarly societies are smaller more focused on other things in less ready for it and so what may happen if this happens is that even more of scholarly publishing will get pushed into these four or five big for profit publishing companies thank you Justin that's Justin box columnist for Bloomberg opinion coming up on the number of opinion how this.

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"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm your host Jim Brosseau this week Bloomberg opinion com this Noah Feldman on testifying at the congressional impeachment hearings also on the show why Facebook just can't seem to beat the Russians plus how satellites are changing the night sky as we know it but first earlier this week Saudi Aramco made its trading debut following the biggest IPO ever which valued the company at one point seven trillion dollars the shares surged ten percent putting around because market cap better record one point eight trillion within striking distance of the emblematic two trillion dollar figures sought by the crown prince Liam Danning Bloomberg opinion energy columnist is here so Liam you wrote a column that put the Saudi Aramco valuation at just under one point five trillion dollars were you wrong in your projections after seeing how it popped on the first day of trading well you know wrong is a an ambiguous time I think particularly insulin about the around come on the way to think about this is you know whenever you go to a bank and you want to sell a company or you want to sell shares or you want to you know by a company nine times out of ten the client already has a number in mind now when it comes to prince Mohammad bin Salman and the sale of Saudi Aramco he definitely had a figure in mind it was two trillion dollars any told everyone that number you know even before we got close to having the IPO and that number is kind of subtle design ever since it was first mentioned which let's not forget was almost four years ago this is been a long time coming as so when when I valued Saudi Aramco him when lots of other people valued Saudi Aramco it was on under the impression that this was going to be you know recently regular I PO that be a road show it would be listed somewhere like Hong Kong London or New York in the end it was listed in Riyadh now just to give you a sense of how big re ads the stock market is you know the average daily turnover of the entire market is less than a ton of of one oil company Exxon Mobil so when we talk about the valuation and I'm sort of making a bunnies with you OR is right now of Saudi Aramco it's it's been very narrowly defined in the white screen appeared only one and a half percent of the company has been listed the the ten percent pop on the first day of trading was based on the turn of a all of I think was point zero one six percent of the shares outstanding so clearly anyone is is is quite entitled to take that as a price signal I would probably reserve judgment on it so what led to this pop well I think it's partly because of the way the the IPO was stage managed and you know this is been kind of the theme of some of my recent columns which is that you know the way to think about the Aramco what is in one sense yes it's an IPO a company is selling shares in itself another way to think of it is to think of it as an exercise in selling the Saudi Arabian dream you know it was the this I. P. O. who was part of prince Mohammed bin summons you know vision for reforming the economy from making Saudi Arabia stronger as kind of a coming out party in some ways the shares were sold to Saudi Arabian citizens as as almost like liberty bonds you know and and they were even given bank loans to help them buy it so when we think about this popping the share price we have to think about the way the shares were sold in a very narrow way there's a reason and he sold it domestically even though they could have gotten more money at a lower valuation if they've gone to bigger pools of finance in places like New York or London they they they instead opted for a very narrow I. P. because that would give them the high a kind of headline number so it has nowhere to go but down I'm I actually think you know at least for the next six months or so it's probably more likely to go up or stay where it is that's partly because there was a you know as often happens with the privatization of a national champion that's a heavy retell element you're selling to the citizens of the country and in this particular instance you know the government bent over backwards to kind of gin up not just patriotic fervor but but also you know a reason to buy the shares and hold on to them so if you're a Saudi citizen and you buy the shares if you hold them for six months if you don't sell them you get bonus says at the end of those six months the the government has also guaranteed the dividend for the first five years of the company which is quite unusual particularly when your main product is oil in the price of that can move all over the place in in in essence what they saw people is sort of like a a preferred shares some was bond like so there's a lot of incentive for the early buyers to hold on to their shares you may not actually see it move that much the big test for Aramco will be what if and when it ever does a more global offering if ever less on a a New York Stock Exchange or or London Stock Exchange or something like that that's when it will be subjected to the kind of valuation than the risk tolerance of international investors who are not you know as bound to the fate of Riyadh as a Saudi citizens so is there any value in it being now the world's largest public companies surpassing apple what does that do perhaps for his vision for Saudi Arabia well I mean does it does a couple of benefits of one is there is the political benefit he has you know ostensibly delivered on the small stone that this thing that was announced four years ago it's brought in some money on the other hand is this you know apples to apples comparison with a company like apple you know with the daily turnover is in the shares is more like I don't know six of seven billion dollars.

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"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"brosseau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg long I'm Jim Brosseau it's just the beginning of a new Supreme Court term and one that will run the gamut of polarizing issues gay and transgender rights abortion gun control Dhaka with decisions that will affect millions of Americans some coming during the run up to next year's election joining me is former U. S. Solicitor General Gregory gar apartment late them and walk ins the court is obviously going to consider a lot of controversial issues is there one that stands out in your mind I think what's unique about this turn into least compared to last couple years is just how many hot button issues it's put on its plate and it seems as though it tried to lay low the last couple of terms to the extent possible now it's got a whole menu of issues ranging from abortion guns religion dock gay rights and so it's it's hard to single one out I think what's unique is just about the controversial issues before the court didn't have enough controversial cases on its docket last Friday they added an abortion case right and this is this is one that interestingly that the court had issued a stay in from the lower court's decision staying the effect of the underlying Louisiana law which which involves admittance privileges to local hospitals and is sort of a follow on to the whole women's health case that the court decided by five three vote a few years ago with justice Kennedy still on the court so Chief Justice Roberts descended in the Texas case does that put him in the position here of overturning precedent well I mean I think it's a different pace today than it was at the time of the whole women's health and that we now have the whole women's health decision which is entitled to full story decisive a fact so I think you know the Chief Justice will have to do the case through that lens and obviously the state is arguing that the Texas law is different in some respects and the challenges are arguing that it's just like the Texas law if not worse in Somers tax and that's the sort of thing that the justices are going to have to work through in deciding the applicability of the whole women's health decision are you of the opinion as some legal scholars are that the court is not going to make any wholesale changes that they're going to sort of go inch by inch if they're going to change abortion rights what this case is very much narrowly focused on the same issue that was decided in the whole women's health in terms of a particular type of law requiring doctors to have admitting privileges at local hospitals so it you know it's hard to see the court killing broader than that in terms of the specific issues presented and certainly no side is suggested that this case involves a challenge to roe versus Wade itself so I think in terms of the scope of this decision though all eyes will be upon it and obviously be our first sign indication from the the current quarter as to where they are in these issues but I think there's only so far the court could go here Linda chief make speeches or does queue in a is he often goes out of his way to emphasize that the court is not political will he be able to maintain that with the kinds of cases that the court is going to be deciding this term issues that divide the country sure in it and I think you know that's a real challenge for the court I think all the justices are sensitive to that I think they all would agree with the chief chances that they don't see themselves as coming from one party or the other but as judges involved in a common in Denver you know I wouldn't be surprised if we see some unusual line up among these cases but you know as to how it all sorts out and whether or not there's a consistent five four majority in these cases you know that remains to be seen but it's certainly something that the court will be sensitive to let's turn to Dhaka does the administration start with an advantage here because it has many ways it can win the case generally speaking you know I I think certainly as the court indicated a few terms ago involving the the travel ban case you know where the president is acting in the field of immigration he starts with a lot of inherent authority which which is helpful here on the other hand in this case ultimately involved in APA challenge and you know as we saw last term in the sense of case the president can't losers challenges so the challenges perspective I'm sure will be trying to take a page out of the playbook about case the court has in her second them in case in about a decade it had an opportunity to drop the case over New York City strict limits on where license handguns could be taken but it's going to keep it another hot button issue that's definitely true another big issue on the plate in the court has not gotten back involved in the area the second amendment for almost a decade and a number of issues have been piling up in the lower courts and I think it's been inevitable that sooner or later the court was going to have to get back involved here to provide some guidance and here it is in the New York case that they decided to do that now New York and filed a suggestion of Newton is on the ground that they had changed the law issue the court ultimately declined to cancel the art and on that basis but it is something that is not infrequently does which is to well for the motion in the question and move this to the oral argument itself and so it's still possible that the case would go away on the ground the Democrats demand for documents and testimony from the president the White House are winding their way through the courts so impeachment is on the horizon as well can the court avoid getting involved in these issues or is it going to have to take up these issues we would like to avoid getting involved in those issues to the extent possible but you know we can't always control the circumstances that are bringing the cases to the court and that's the true with respect to a number of these issues in terms of how they come up in what context and here I think you know it'll matter a lot who is asking the court to get involved the nature of the underlying ruling I think it's going to be harder for the court to turn down a request by the Solicitor General himself if we were to come to that but you know I think it remains to be seen how the lower courts sorties issues Adam whether not the supreme court's intervention is gonna be necessary or possible this year I all can count how many seconds it takes before a lawyer is interrupted in oral argument with a question and now the court says it's going to give lawyers two minutes on interrupted so does this give you comfort when you're going to be doing oral arguments well I think it's one of the biggest development since suffering coral arguments that we've we've seen in a long time and I think practitioners are excited to see how it plays out you know as a lawyer tells you up front about how much time you're going to have and give you an opportunity is to try to frame the issues before the court and I think all that is terrific but I think it's the same time the real argument doesn't start until the questions start flying and I think you know that's where the rubber hits the road and that's that's not going to change at all under the new rule as to become more of a hot bench in recent years well I think without doubt I think it is the most active court in history in terms of the number of questions during organ and it's not surprising to have seventy questions interruptions during the course of a thirty minute oral argument and the the justices are all eager to have their own questions ask himself or or jump in and more more quickly during the course oral argument and so you know I think this this two minute rule it's a bit of a pause button at the beginning of oral arguments but you know the meat of the oral argument still going to consist of the back and forth which is extremely important again to the bottom of these difficult issues thanks so much Gregg that's former US Solicitor General Gregory gar a partner at late them and walk ins coming up on Bloomberg law a new trump administration policy to collect DNA from immigrant detainees I'm sure well so and this is Bloomberg Hey y'all Jeff nobody ever itself African food actually we do in 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"To the country Sirius XM channel one nineteen and around the business and rumored radio dot com please Bloomberg best I'm Jim Brosseau and I met Baxter secretary of state Mike Pompeii has called on China to respect Hong Kong demonstrators rights and to fulfill its pledge to uphold one country with two systems of government Pompeii commented earlier today in an interview with CBS this morning one of the challenges of the trade deal is you have to make sure the child actually lives up to the commitments that would make in Hong Kong the Chinese government a promise that has a a central understanding that there would be one country two systems and they need to live up to that promise on behalf of the people of Hong Kong we hope that they'll do that we will help though fulfill their promise not to militarize the South China Sea this is about China actually living up to the commitments that China made breakthrough in president of the global situation room and former White House director of global engagement sat down earlier to discuss the latest in Hong Kong with Bloomberg's Kevin so really breath what do you make of how the administration has responded to the protest in Hong Kong well you know president trump was much more circumspect when he characterized as the US position he was not pulling up those strong values that America has always stood for and human rights and democracy instead he said well she's in pain should treat them humanely now I think Mike Pompeii was trying to clean that up a bit but when we talk about promises we have a promise as Americans to stand for certain rights first for standing up for these values that is not come through during the trump administration it's harder now for them to take a moral stand on this front room and I was struck over the weekend by the images of hundreds of thousands of protesters in the streets of Hong Kong literally in a torrential downpour I mean the images that that really sat around the world folks holding their umbrellas and and and pro testing did president xi under estimate just how long these protests were going to go with a question and I think why because in the past they have been able to control them they were able just a couple years ago to put the genie back in the bottle except this time I think you've seen protesters that have learned from what the authorities in Beijing do and how they can work around let's not forget that folks in Hong Kong have access to the internet to all sorts of resources and they're learning from places like the Middle East from movements across Europe even here in the United States and adapting those techniques they're using the power of the video in in imagery and I look at that image of a young woman who was hit in the eye with the police projectile leading I mean that is just so evocative of this over reaction by security forces you mentioned the internet the power of viral media and how it's impacting the Hong Kong protests you know we've seen this play out time and time again repeatedly whether it's the Arab spring for example and now of course in Hong Kong Facebook Instagram Twitter they've come out with statements and they've suggested them suggested they said Brett that that China the president she's in pain that they were trying to not only squash some of the social media postings about the Hong Kong protests but also in the date U. S. social media to try to I guess influence some of the story line coming out of Hong Kong it's a recognition of Bonnie she's in paying it and that he is ministers that social media has power it has power to drive people into the streets in Hong Kong it has power for how the world looks at this and there's one other piece that I'd like to add here because this is where I fear China may be using their social media capabilities they're laying a foundation to justify a crackdown on these protesters trying to portray them as violent even terrorist and then I think is the strategy we're seeing the early stages of right now they are going to try to save the world yes we may have to take additional steps because the circumstances warranted and they're feeding that out into the social media sphere now that's right brew and president of the global situation room and former White House director of global engagement and coming up can the US survive president trump's foreign policy chaos we'll.

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