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"buckner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:21 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Four two O four rich number to dial if you're on hold stay on hold, we will take your phone calls. Bob Costas will be joining us top of the next hour in about 19 minutes time to discuss the life and times of Vin Scully. But joining us right now on the Mercedes Benz vans phone line is one of our favorites, veteran defensive lineman, one of the best at it. Now with the Indianapolis, colts joining us from colts training camp is none other than deforest Buckner. How you been to forest? Roots have been good, man. Thank you for having me on the show again. You got it. Anytime you driving around, you're driving around the area there for your training camps. I usually am on my motor scooter on my fat scooter, but I'm actually just getting off the field. Oh, you are. Okay, normally you're on the, what are you normally on? Deforest? What are you doing? My fat scooter, I bought about a bunch for the D line. Christmas. So training camp out here at grand park, there's a lot of walking involved with something like that. I was like, oh, we got to sell our feet. So we'd be on a little motor scooters. Okay. And we got to keep you safe, man. The little motor scooters, right? Okay. Oh, yeah. Okay. All right. All right, so now you're at grand park in westfield, Illinois right now. Indiana pardon me, getting ready for another playing season. What is your sense of the 2022 Indianapolis Colts as it currently stands right now? Deforest, big question. There's a lot of excitement on the team, obviously we know we got pieces to new key pieces that you know nobody added to our already good team. So we're excited about this year, but you know, we're just taking it one day at a time, man. You know, just because you got the pieces, you got to put it together. What is Matt Ryan brought to the equation? Man, a lot of veteran leadership. I mean, you know, he takes over the huddle offensively, you know, when he speaks to the team, obviously everybody listens just to how he demands the team and leads us is second to none, so it's been awesome to see. So how does that affect the defense? I mean, honestly, the fact that you know that the offense is in such good veteran hands with Matt Ryan, how does that affect your preparation and plug? Yeah, and yeah, just seeing him, you know, the way the office is operating right now. It causes it forces the defensive step into another level. You know, elevate our game. You know, that's what we want to do is we're trying to build competitive toughness along both sides of the ball. So it's been awesome. You know what I mean? Every day, competing, each and every down. It's been fun so far. Well, I mean, and I don't think I could read the quote directly of how you referred to the way it last year ended deforest. It involves a bed and it involves some form of going to the bathroom within it. I think did I appropriately describe the way that you said that the way the colts finished 2021? Yeah, we did, yeah. Of course. Why do you refer it that way? Why do you refer to it that way? Because we did, you know what I'm saying? We didn't finish, you know what I'm saying? When it came out when we came out there, I mean, obviously we got our BuzzFeed that day. You know what I mean on Sunday? Jacksonville came to play. We didn't, you know what I'm saying? All phases of the ball. And we got to own that. You know what I mean? The only way we can move on from it is we own it and we learn from it. You know, that's what we've been doing. You know, we just been chipping away. Day by day. What did you learn from it? What can be learned from that? Yeah, I mean, obviously coming to each game, no matter who it is, you know what I'm saying? Coming with the same energy plane, your style of play. And also, I mean, you know, finishing. That's what it comes down to is finishing the ball game, finishing the season off right so we can make it to the poster here. The forest Buckner here on the rich eisen show has anybody slipped up and called Shaquille Darius right now as that happened. So far I've been everybody's been pretty on point with it. Did he? Okay. I mean, majority majority guys already been calling them Shaq by his middle name, so, you know, is he the new? Really? Okay. So Darius Leonard has been called Shaq already within your spot. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Since I got here, you know what I'm saying? People have been calling shackle in the office. Okay. What's your middle name, deforest, just in case you make this decision at some point in time? What is your middle name? George Buckner. Yes, sir. Okay. Yeah. Okay, so if it's your father's name, you're going to stick with deforest, right? You're going to stick with that one? Okay. Very good. Okay. I just found this interesting that suddenly this is what he's wants to be known outwardly, but you've already said that inwardly. How is he doing and how is the rest of the defense look to you? So far. The rest of the defense, you know, you learn new system, you know, the day by day, getting better, you know, in all phases, so we've been it's been looking good so far. You know what I mean? Obviously we still got some work to do moving forward, but it's still early. So it's been fun to see guys working. Okay, and so there's so much conversation to Forrest Buckner about the AFC west and other people that have come in there and then obviously the bills have a lot of heat on them. The AFC north is got a lot of conversation because the Bengals made the Super Bowl and Lamar Jackson with his contract. We all know deshaun Watson is got a lot of attention on him right now. Doesn't seem like there's a lot of people paying attention to you and your division deforest. Would you agree with that? No, you definitely. I mean, you know, you know what I'm saying? I mean, just, you know, it's just keep sleeping. That's all. It's all good. Let him keep sleeping. You know what I mean? And then, you know, by the end of it, we'll see who comes out on top. Okay. I heard Reggie Wayne's doing a bang up job coaching right around there, huh? Deforest? He's done a great job. What receivers out there? They're looking good. You know what I'm saying? If I was a receiver at the excited to have Ricky Wayne as my coach as well. I would agree. He's one of my favorites. He's definitely one of my favorites. And so when you got a good Jonathan Taylor story for me, deforest, when you realize, what do you got? No, no, no, no. Honestly, I ain't got any cheese. I ain't got no secret once for you. My bag, I got a big chopper signed over the top. Is that right? That's the rich eisen show chopper. We're doing the traffic and weather together with the sports. Jonathan Taylor Swift. No, just no, no, just the moment when you realized he was special or somebody that could be an MVP of not just your team, but the league. Is there a moment like that? Did I lose you? Hello? I'm there. Yes. Oh, there we go. There we go. No worries. Is there a moment where you realize Jonathan Taylor could not just be an MVP of your team, but for the entire league that you might recall, deforest Buckner? You know what? Honestly, just honestly, every week, does you know him going into games and really, really breaking out some, you know, some typical, you know, some running bags would get a we call a dove and they'll get maybe like a 5 year old game or something like that, but hit all the explosive runs that he's been having, you know what I mean? On a consistent basis every week at a point last season, I was like, oh, yeah, and you can definitely be MVP to leave. Not everybody's

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"buckner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You're shooting a video to just act like you were trying to get in and John Randall thought you were literally trying to get in here what are you doing? I was like, no, when he put the face painting on, you know? And he just became a different person. Yeah. I shot a sports Senate commercial with John Randall. Back in the day, the Y two K commercial, the one that ended with Charlie Steiner having a tie around his head and a lantern saying follow me for freedom. He's like calling me to freedom. I was in an office. Not mine because I didn't ever have a cubicle that they shot one. They shot me. They shot me in an office. And John Randall and I are playing cards with an open canned peaches because and with the lights out and a generator trying to just keep things going because the lights had went out for Y two K and it was just me and John Randall eating peaches and playing cards. And even then he was intimidating, right? Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Yeah, bro, I backed up real quick. Oh yeah. I didn't want that John Randall Smith. Yeah, man, that's what's coming for pro football Hall of Fame. Which is the thing too, like the newer inductees, they can't even speak. That whole time, they just have to sit and listen. Well, I mean, that's the way it used to be. I don't know if it is that way anymore. They do, I think they get up and you can tell a grown ass man like Bill Parcells, you're not a lot of speak. I thought that was the funny thing. Guys like Ray Lewis just had to sit there for a while and just count to ten. And many of them and many of them respected that. And we sit there and this is the story I would be told. Because again, I have not been in there. I got to imagine there's no big league in that room. No, no, no. They're all legends in the game there. They are, but now you're entering the realm. Of pro football Hall of Fame. And there's, I don't know what number they're up to. I think it's only three 50. That's it. I soon to be approaching 400 members of the history of the hall. That's it. That's all there is. Crazy. That is like. I just love going there and the people of canton spend all year to make it a special weekend and it is such a great event. That's coming up. I'll tell more stories tomorrow. We've got a little bit more real estate. We've got Indianapolis Colts defensive linemen, deforest Buckner joining us shortly on the program. The Callaway chrome soft golf ball I've been telling you about, let's talk a little bit more about it. We've got to get you, you've got a whole bunch of chrome softs over there. Did you write there? All right. Well, grab some next time you play. Will you play in this weekend with Ashton again? I think that might have been grand opening grand closing. I don't know. You're a golfer now. You got the chrome soft, man. I got the max D over here. Yeah, you do. Chrome soft X chrome soft XLS on top of it gives you some great feel around the greens. It also the chrome soft is the regular golf ball design for the widest range of golfers. You want spin consistency that's excellent. There's the chrome soft X you want some sort of lower spin golf ball for longer shots, firmer feel. These are all technical terms that say David's love the third would understand, so don't worry about it. That's the chrome soft X LS. Look, when you add it all up, it's so simple. Crumbs off is better for the best and it's better for everyone. Find out which chrome soft is right for you at Callaway off dot com slash chrome soft. When deebo Samuel is. Making it known, he wanted out, trade me. Remember that trade me. When I heard that, I said, no chance they trade this, man. No chance. We went into that draft week in Las Vegas, Nevada, saying, well, we can hear deebo Samuel's name before the first round of this draft because that's the way the niners might be able to get back some of those first round picks. That they sent to Miami for Trey Lance. And I assume one of those first round picks that not under sent to Miami for Trey Lance, that's the only one that Miami's using next year because Miami. Go ahead, Chris say the word you like it. They're voluntarily giving them. They're literally voluntarily giving it up. It's nice that another team gets forfeited draft picks for a change. I never bought into it, I thought to myself there's no chance the forty-niners. Trade this guy. Yeah, you were kind of all over that. I'm like, this is going to be a contract that they're going to figure it out, except there were two items that would be irreconcilable. You can not negotiate if you're the team on these items. One of them is the fact he didn't want to live in Santa Clara in Northern California. He wanted to live on the east coast because he's from South Carolina. He's you can't negotiate that. You can't sit here and say deebo, here's what's going to happen. You stay and we're going. You know? We'll go together change we'll call the Panthers and we'll swap locations. That ain't happening. And the other one is him saying he didn't want to be used as a running back as much as he was because what are you going to tell Kyle Shanahan? There's now a run count as you go about your business third down third and four. You can't call that run in the third quarter when you got to keep the football. You can't call that run because deebo is already hit his limit. You made some sort of an agreement. If 5 runs a game 6 runs a game, you can't

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"buckner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Can't take that away from you. Well, I'd like you to. Be honest. It's one of those where I played very well on the front. Shot right around 50, thought to myself, just put something together on the back 9. Here we go. It's not about 60 something on the back. Yeah. Nothing worse though than playing congressional. Two weeks before the U.S. open. Oh jeez. So it was set up. Well, they had yet to cut the grass down. To what they eventually had there, so I was playing in spinach thicker than what the U.S. open field was going to plan, but thankfully they had already set up the stanchions for the gallery to sit in. That's good. On the famed 17th because that was when congressional had its par three, I believe which is now the tenth. That was the 18. Remember they had the par three finisher? The small little par three finisher and people were like, well, that's kind of weird to finish a U.S. open on a small part of three. On 17, which is, I believe, now 18 there. I snap hooked my drive so hard, it hit the second to the last row of the stanchion that had been placed there. And climbed off it right into the middle of the fairway, like I striped it right down the middle. Got up and down and there from three and I part. So it was great. But my golf ball had this big green paint stripe across it. Shot it, I think, a 120 something on that one. Yeah, I've got some history. Interestingly, I saw the Saudi 7 called me. Even being an announcer form. I wonder why? That perhaps they've seen some clips. YouTube dot com slash rich eisen show, everybody. Deforest Buckner of the Indianapolis Colts is going to join us on this program debo Samuel, everybody. Has spoken. Now that he is a pizza man, more of your phone calls at 8 four four two O four rich with Bob Costas to help us remember Vince

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"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

07:12 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"On a new problem. They tend to overwrite their previously learned adaptive solutions to other problems, especially if there's some kind of thematic overlap between the two subject materials. That's a fundamental computational problem with any system that learns the way that brains are or artificial neural networks do, right? And memory is proposed as a solution to that problem by having different memory systems one that has a faster learning rate and one that has a slower learning rate and doing kind of slow interleaved memory consolidation over longer periods of time. So that's the way I look at all of the faculties in the book. You know, I could tell the same story about attention or about empathy and social cognition. They're all solutions to computational problems that are going to be faced by both humans and by robots. And if you look at it that way, it's really not, it's the same story. And from my perspective, it really provides another form of confirmatory evidence that neural network type approaches to the mind are the right way to think about things. When you find that the brain has developed some kind of faculty or system, whatever you want to call it, that solves this computational problem that are neural artificial neural networks that lack this system struggle with. That suggests that we're on to me we're not only on the right track by modeling the minds of operations with artificial neural networks, but that we're also on the right track by trying to add more faculties and faculty like processing to our deep neural network architectures. And I think this is really something that's already well underway. And I think it's a perspective that certainly very friendly and familiar to the way that DeepMind works. And a lot of other researchers that have come from psychology and neuroscience that are now in deep learning, I think. Share this type of perspective. So I think one of the things I do in the book so you start from this behavior is caricature. It's all just classical and operant conditioning on computational steroids. And you can show them the look. Here's like 5 models from DeepMind or some other modelers where they explicitly say we were inspired to add this thing to our architecture by the way that memory works in mammalian brains to solve this specific computational problem, or you can look at dozens of models that say, look, we're adding an attentional mechanism to solve this problem. The fundamental innovation of Transformers being particular type of attention. We're adding this sort of to solve this very particular computational problem in a way that's vaguely inspired by the role that this faculty place and this type of processing and human brains. And so that's why I use the faculties as a kind of narrative thread to try to raise familiarity and awareness with a much wider range of neural network architectures than typically get invoked in these types of flashpoint debates. But you don't have an exhaustive list of the needed domain general. That goes back. One of the things that you appeal to is in the days of old, which doesn't happen much anymore, and you kind of put a call out that this is what AI researchers should be focusing more on in some are are cognitive architectures. People like crystalia Smith, Randy O'Reilly, they're trying to build these things. And do you think at the time is right now to start taking these modules and putting them together and figuring out how they can work together to do more. Intelligent things. Right, exactly, yeah. Most of the I say in the book, there's been a lot of faculty models, but they've mostly been one offs. So they just say, we're adding a memory store to this model and look at what cool things it can do, or we're adding some imagination like component. Look at the cool stuff into a routing and intentional mechanism. Look at the cool stuff to do. But you don't yet see somebody trying to release a full deep learning cognitive architecture, the way that you've seen, as you mentioned with older previous incarnations of cognitive artificial story and our actor, yeah, those are the examples I talked about. And I think the time is definitely right for that. But this is another place where I think it would be really good to look at the history of empiricist philosophy. And this is not a novel idea I came up with, but the thought is that as they try to combine more and more semi independent modules in a coherent deep learning cognitive architecture, they're going to face more control problems and coordination problems. Where the memory module on the imagination module might conflict or the attention module might have multiple things sort of vying for its processing and these are problems that I think it would be best to be proactive about at this point where we're just now starting to build a fully deep learning cognitive architecture that's not sort of hybrid, but really like deep learning through and through. Or how are we going to solve these control and coordination problems before they really become unmanageable. And this type of problem is something that all of the empiricist philosophers worried about sort of exhaustively in their famous works is they worried endlessly about confusing the deliverances of perception and imagination and memory. They had kind of detailed almost processing level stories about how they thought you should solve that problem in terms of saliency and vibrancy. Different properties of the mental representation that they don't give you an algorithm exactly, but they give you really rich ideas. I was mentioning I was just in Scotland. The way I think that I'd like the neural network model is to read the philosophy as sort of the way that a Scottish landscape painter would go to the highlands to sort of take in the scenery and sort of get inspired, right? And you get the big picture. It's not going to tell you how to do the code in the same way that looking at the beautiful view doesn't tell you how to paint the picture, but it's sort of like it gives you some ideas about what to try to paint and why it's valuable to try to paint that thing. And I'm hoping that reading what humor lock had to say about these control problems where the faculties might clash with one another would provide that kind of inspiration to develop the algorithms that might actually solve the problems and computational mechanisms. Do you think that that's going to be one of the harder? Do you think that's going to be harder than what's being done in deep learning these days? The control and coordination between modules, you know, there are even tradeoffs between model based and model free reinforcement learning in our brain and there's work done to see which one takes over and are they in competition or are they complementary? And that's just within a very narrow domain, right? So then you have these other somewhat distinct domain general faculties that then need to coordinate. It seems like a different problem. But I don't know that it is. Then, you know, learning

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"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

06:47 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"Have a giant convolutional neural network, let's say, I guess what I want to ask is would that still just be the same faculty at a larger scale because it's doing something superhuman or would you potentially be building new faculties as you scale up, for instance? Does that make sense? Yeah, gosh. I mean, that's a really interesting question. I haven't thought about entirely new faculties yet. I'm already sort of committed to the idea that large enough differences in sort of computational scale or power can add up to qualitatively different psychological functioning. Because I think that's really part of the case that I make about what's different between contemporary deep convolutional neural networks and the simple three layout networks that you had back in the 80s and 90s. This is a result that's been proven a number of ways in the computer science as you get exponential benefits and computational power by having a much deeper network because you can recursively reuse some computation that's performed by an earlier node relative to the depth of the network. So you can now solve some you can say like, well, in principle, a three layer neural network could approximate any function. Yeah, sure. If you had computation for billions of years and you had the number of processors that there are atoms in the universe, it's not really worth talking about. But now we actually have physical mechanisms that can actually do these problems. Okay, maybe a lot of them require datasets that might be a bit larger than the ones that say a human child has been exposed to. That's actually a point that I think is worth a lot of interpretive work as well. But they can do it. In a practical time period in a way that some of the earlier networks can. And that's a direct result of them having this kind of generic mechanism that we were talking about just a second ago. You're right that the one that say to Carlos lab built was kind of constrained to be shallower and maybe more biologically plausible and its size than a lot of the ones that people are using for state of the art applications today. And I think there are very interesting and deep philosophical questions. This is one of the questions I raise in my nature machine intelligence paper about the problems of induction is more directed at the possibility that these systems are discovering real features that are kind of like be necessarily beyond human Ken, right? So I think this is kind of vividly raised by alpha fold and outflow to where you say there are these microbiologists who've devoted their lives to predicting protein folds. And then when it's first shot on the task, alpha fold just blows them out of the water. How does it do that? And you can talk about the lemon ball paradox in the complexity of an amino acid chain and how many different possible degrees of freedom there are for it to fold and say like there's just no way that it could see some features that are letting it make these what if it can. What if that system looks at this very complex and just because it's so much larger in its deep hierarchy, let's say the brains plausibly could be. That it sees some feature there and that feature has, let's say, all of the nice properties of being robust to differences in background conditions and being maybe even causally manipulable to bring about certain. Suppose it has all the special properties or whatever you want of a real scientific property. What do we say in that case? Are there a real properties out there that are necessarily beyond human intelligence and is like the frontier of science, now going to be defined by us relying on machines to see properties that we sort of necessarily can't understand. We rely on the web telescope now to see things very distant way, but we can understand the properties that we're seeing. But these might be properties that are just necessarily beyond our comprehension. What should we do about that? As scientists or philosophers of science. Entirely new faculties, I don't know. I don't even know how we would grapple with entirely new faculties. New properties are bad enough from my perspective. But it could be that they just start out thinking us in some way that we can't even figure out the way in which they're out thinking us and then we might really be in trouble. You're going to turn me into a singularity theorist. I'm not a singularity here, but you're going to turn me into one. Well, right, but a lot of what you focus on, thinking about these domain general faculties is one of the questions I was going to ask you is, well, how many do we need? Is it a handful? Yeah. Is it a bunch? But that is geared very much toward human intelligence. And we all know human intelligence is the highest intelligence ever in the universe. Well, that's actually the way I like to look at it for both humans and this is the way I kind of presented in the book. The way I like to look at for both humans and machines is that the faculties are solutions to computational problems. Right? So nuisance variation is a problem. And perception is a faculty that's a solution to that problem. You talked, what does perception let you do? And then you do this thing I was talking about thinking about the edge of a mental organ like what is its role in the cognitive economy. And then you start to theorize about the internal structure of that faculty. How does it do the job that it does? Imagination is a solution to a computational problem, right? You train up a deep convolutional neural network, but it has a hard time generalizing to add a distribution data. This is a standard problem that all machine learning researchers worry about. You say, that's great. But how is it going to create novel representations or deal with novel situations? You say, well, what if you had a generative system that could recombine its previous experience in flexible ways to think about predict what would happen in different types of situations or what different types of combinations that weren't explicitly in its training, so it might look like. That's a solution to a computational problem. Memory is one of the best examples, right? There's a very classic paper by mcclellan Rommel Hart, O'Reilly, right? Or is it mcclellan mcnugget? I believe. Yeah, the 95 paper anyway. Complimentary learning systems. I just want to say the phrase. Catastrophic interference or catastrophic forgetting and sometimes gets called, right? But there's this problem with all neural networks that

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"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

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"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"buckner" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"Hello, everyone. I'm Paul. On this episode, my guest is Cameron Buckner, who is a philosopher and cognitive scientist at the university of Houston. And today we discuss two main topics Cameron has been working on. The first centers around an age old debate in philosophy that has continued into modern questions about how to understand natural intelligence and how to build AI, artificial intelligence. And Cameron is in the final stages of a book all about this. And the debate goes by many names like nature versus nurture, rationalism versus empiricism, but the question revolves around how much of our intelligence is learned from experience versus how much is innate, or in AI, how much should deep learning models learn from scratch versus how much should we simply build in. Cameron's take on this debate is roughly that we should ask, what are the handful of psychological faculties that we possess, perception, memory, different kinds of learning, and so on. And importantly, how might these faculties be implemented in a general and flexible enough way to work with each other? As interacting modules. To build up to something that we would call an intelligent system. Something like what Chris Elias Smith is working on with his spawn cognitive architecture, which we discussed in episode 90. So a lot of Cameron's work focuses on how to think about mapping our psychological faculties onto all the different kinds of deep learning models coming out, like convolutional neural networks, Transformers, and so on. And that we can use these deep learning tools to essentially test what are the right handful of variations of architectures and learning rules and so on. That need to be built, so as to work well together. That's what we discuss in the first part of the episode. Then we switch gears a little and talk about Cameron's recent work on another age old topic. How our mental contents are thoughts, beliefs, desires, are connected to the things that they are contents about. How our mental contents are grounded in the world. So without going into much detail here, Cameron proposes our mental contents are grounded by our brain's predictions of what's about to happen. And more specifically about the learning that takes place when those predictions need to be updated due to error. So these are both huge topics, and I encourage you to learn more by diving deeper into his work, which I'll link to in the show notes at brand inspired dot co slash podcast slash 142. On the website, brand inspired co, you can also learn how to support the podcast through Patreon or my online course about the intersection of neuroscience and modern AI. So please check those out if you value what I'm doing. Okay, enjoy Cameron. So Cameron, I can tell that you haven't been outside for the past, at least. I'd say 15 minutes because you're not dripping in sweat from the hot soupy Houston summer weather. I'm actually in Cambridge right now. So. We do the climate refugee thing every summer where we try to do fellowships somewhere. So I'm doing a fellowship this summer with the center for future for intelligence here. That's funded by liberal and fellow Claire hall here. So it's been a lovely day here. It was 50 Fahrenheit when we woke up and I went for a run when it was about 60 along the cam. So don't worry about me. I had a spectacular day. Well, congratulations for having a break from the heat. Well, thanks for joining me here. So we have potentially a ton to talk about. So we'll see what we get to. I know that your sort of original background is in computer science and artificial intelligence, but you've and you still are very interested in those and we'll talk about those things. You've pivoted a lot of your work to philosophy to issues surrounding philosophy. The first thing that I want to ask you in reading your work and watching a few of your talks, you make reference to all these old philosophers. And I don't know if this is forgive me if this is a hackneyed question, but I want to know how difficult it is. So when I read old philosophy, it's really difficult for someone like me who's elevator might not go to the top floor to interpret the meaning of what they're saying. And I have a sense that through history, every modern era at every step we interpret them slightly differently. Is that true and how difficult is it to go back to these original sources and interpret what they meant by their words? Yeah, I mean, I've had courses on the historical philosophers in grad school. So I had a bit of a training in the terminology, and so on. But there is kind of an initial bar to get over that's just regarding the way they use language differently in the way they structure sentences and so on. But I'm actually struck kind of in the opposite direction. By once you get past that initial sort of veneer of unfamiliarity, how the philosophers I talk about Locke and Hume are really grappling with the same fundamental issues that machine learning researchers are grappling with today, for example, you know, the problems of induction, for example, wrote a paper sort of about that. A question, it's the same question that confronts a machine learning engineer, which is how do I extract some general category representations from a finite amount of experience, right? Because you want your categories to be of the right kind of abstract structure so that they'll generalize to future data that's maybe slightly dissimilar to the data it's seen in the past. It's basically the problem of induction. And if you go through lock and Hume's treatise or inquiry, you see they're talking about how do I learn causal relationships, for example, from merely sets of contingencies that I see in my past, right? And how do I learn to do geometry? And how do I learn about number? These are the problems that they spend pages and pages talking about. It's the same problems that people are struggling with on the cutting edge of deep learning today. So, you know, I think it definitely is a bit daunting when you first try to jump right into it, and it sort of seems like you're swimming in a very unfamiliar seat. But once you get past that initial hurdle, and I think also going through a bit of secondary literature can help too. So finding finding a philosopher who has done a bit of the interpretive work connecting the, this is one of the things that I try to do in my work, is to give a kind of crib sheet for the machine learning engineers who are interested in what locker Hume or William James or even seen or whoever thought about these problems. What proportion of AI researchers is that that are interested in those topics. I think you'd be surprised. So, you know, one of the things I do in the first chapter of my book manuscript is I go through and I point to all the places where the machine learning researchers or the classical AI people were logic rules and symbols people make direct reference to philosophers. The Russell and norvig textbook, which is close to we have is like a Bible in AI, you go in the first chapter and 5 pages in, they're talking about Aristotle, you know? They say like, you know, this is basically an algorithm that you can read out of Aristotle and code in one of your programming languages and build a little rational agent model. And the AlphaGo paper, you know, I don't know if I'm jumping ahead, but probably everybody's already heard about AlphaGo. The first sentence of the abstract, you know, they're saying we do this with a taboo AlphaZero, I guess it was. So we do this with a tabula rasa algorithm. That's

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Are Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian Knocking Boots?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Are Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian Knocking Boots?

"Now I want to plug to the world is absolutely upside down. But today you've probably heard all about this, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson were spotted holding hands on a roller coaster at not scary farm in LA. People magazine's got the scoop, I love the scoop. Yeah, like no one called them. I'll get to that in a second. I don't think this is real. But somebody is telling magazines that the situation between these two is just friends hanging out, which is what I think. Although somebody had gawker, they've confirmed they say that Kardashian and David's and by the way, you think they're like kind of the same age. She's 41. He's 27. I always think of him being a little older than that. And her being kind of younger, but no, 41 and 27. Wow. She's like a goddamn cougar to him. So people like gawker is saying they spent the night together at an LA hotel on October 28th. And not scary farm is not that far from Calabasas where she lives I'm wondering why they even have to do that. I don't know. These two might seem like a non couple, but the connection if you think about why they were together it makes sense. Pete Davidson is friends with Machine Gun Kelly. They did a movie together called big time adolescence. And Machine Gun Kelly's latest album is produced by Travis Barker who's engaged to Kim's sister, Courtney, and Barker, by the way, let's not forget this and all the smoke and mirrors. Buckner had a one point set he wanted a bone Kim before he even got to Courtney. People aren't talking about that, but that's certainly true. And let's also not forget that Kardashian did kiss Pete Davidson on Saturday Night Live last month. So that is some people thinking, wow, wow, did that kind of awaken some kind of lust in her heart? I don't know. I don't think

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"buckner" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"With Hang on stevie. Hang on hang on stand down here. No know what it it's no edit okay can't stand down give me some context gonna help ya well. It's about it's a book getting points. Okay but the bill buckner thinks. Tv you can get away with it. You don't need it so this thing is every single year on on the same date. Every year bill buckner gets destroyed because he committed an error. Okay and and it resulted in them. Losing the world series. I right i have that right. You are correct. Okay so wayne gretzky doing an interview and they're talking about the others being five in all and everyone's saying they're footnoting. What's going well. But it's still just i five games. Let's not all freak out about that. Even wayne said yeah but hang on to to get out of the gate like that. You're going to look back. You're gonna look back and people forget. These are really important points. you know. meaning points in the standings okay. And they're going to be. They're going to be as big when you look at who snuck into the playoffs or who didn't you know. Yeah the october being every bit as much as they do in april right. So let's look at the bill buckner story okay. And let's look at that whole season. Okay before it culminated in this massive that the guy man but really in fairness to the guy. Let's go back. let's go back stevie. And i don't know if i'm making a good point here because it was they did was it. Was it what what game was in the world series game. Six game six okay. So let's look at game six. Okay let's look at game six. And i'm bill buckner okay. Let's talk about you pal on my team when you fricken struck out and went over three okay when you went over three when you booted a ball when they you know when you dropped one or when the pitcher gave up a couple of home i don't know what the i don't obviously. I don't have the line score on it. But if i'm bill buckner that's what i wanna do so shut the f. up shut the front door stevie about you telling me i ruined that game. Let's look at the whole game anyway. I think it's a case on. I mean those steve. I know i know what you mean. But no one's ever going to look at it like that. Everybody always looks at the moment right the very moment when the wet the mets won that thing and they just look into last play. Obviously a lot of stuff had to happen before. And after bart man who cost the chance you know to get through the i think there were only in the nfl s at that stage of the game but they you know. They had the long drought going at that. Stage moist salute tries to go up the third base line to catch a ball and bartman got in the way and bart ma'am was vilified for years to come after that so people. Just that's just the way it is. It's the moment that people remember. Steve smith pops to mind you know what if the oil is popped a couple of goals or prevented a couple before that you know. Maybe the.

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How the Wokeness Is Killing the Simple Joy of Sports

The Dan Bongino Show

02:33 min | 1 year ago

How the Wokeness Is Killing the Simple Joy of Sports

"I caught up on this, Uh 30 for 30, ESPN special at the 1986 Mets, the World Series team. Jim is a big Mets fan producer, Jim and he had told me this is such a great show. You got to watch it. So I sat down for four hours. I couldn't turn away the 1986 Mets, and it reminds me I was a Yankees fan, not a Mets fan, but I was very happy to Mets won the 1986 World Series. I was a kid and I was I was 12. I mean, you know, I'm not thinking about solving the world's problems at 12 years old. But I was happy for them. My mom was a Mets fan and that stunning World Series victory, of course with the Bill Buckner era and it's a real shame, because you know, Bill Buckner is such a great player and became You know, it's infamous for that one plane he shouldn't have. He was such a great player throughout his career. I mean, it was just right. Jim Buckner was a great hitter. I mean, if phenomenal player and it's really a shame that a lot of people just associated with that one moment But I watched that upset victory. The Mets come back in the ninth, and I remember just losing my mind being so happy for my mom and she was screaming, jumping up and down and this guy Phil's house we were at it was a friend of Of hers at the time. But Comey thinking How mad I am now. I don't mean like man at the world are mad at you. I mean mad at what the sports world. Dead. I had such special memories and I was a kid sports. I did I, uh, you know those moments. You you all know. I mean, if your guys ladies out there you were at a game with your dad or your mom or whatever, and home run gets hit in the beard gets thrown in the air and everything like that. People throw and popcorn, peanuts, crackerjacks all over the place. Whatever. Everybody's just going nuts together something about the collective energy of the crowd. Sports brings us that. It's a form of entertainment. You don't see that the movie theater, right? I mean, very rarely in a movie theater. You know, you're not watching, like return to the Jedi, where Luke Skywalker throws Darth Vader over the thing, and everybody gets up in cheers. That just doesn't happen. But it happens in sports, right and those moments I missed them. I've been, uh, stranger to sports for the last few years because of the Wokeness and I just don't want to. It's just not my thing. I just can't take it and I'm really mad. Like many of you are There's a special moments to me. I remember every second of that 1986 Mets World Series. I remember there was sitting at the end of the couch on the right side. And this guy Phil's house watching that And that feeling of elation and joy. Why'd you have to take that from us?

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"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

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"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"You're dealing with a little state with larger scale stakeholders you're transacting a little bit on the credibility from selling the i n g and the first time around and so when they're backing you and they're talking to you they have the confidence that you're going to exceed as you've conquered this collegiate market. Are you thinking about what's next in terms of like is our cities the next logical kind of client are is it. You know individual leagues maybe like a regional leagues like you would see for tennis or or or anything else like what what do you think is the next adopter me. So we focus on college because we had an opportunity to take it over in. That's what we're doing. We're already moving into high school. Space pretty significantly state associations and then there's there are groups like learfield g in the high school space. That essentially are the rights holder for high school sports right so we're already talking to all of them About starting to Trickle it in there and then on top of that. We work with pretty big brands. Already just to chick-fil-a in iheartmedia. We run eastwards tournaments for them where it's theirs and they're doing it as more. I guess you could call it a pilot right now but they have all these markets. So they're doing it at regional scale right now so i think you could see that we probably have ten brands. International like we're talking to brazil. India taiwan and spain about replicating our model in their college space as well because it takes us thirty seconds to turn it on or their market as long as they have structure place so i think next step is obviously high school brands and the international makes total sense as a startup. In houston there are a lot of tech startups in east content generation in kind of the streaming side of things. You've got obviously other kind of tournament. Sponsors and licensing and marketing those. Because things have you found it difficult to reach out in talk with other founders may be adjacent spaces in the industry being from houston or has been an issue or not something. You've you ruined. I mean that's a fantastic question. I i don't i mean it took us a while but i needed to get credibility before people would take my call whether i was living in la or new york anyway right like a funny story. I won't name them. But there's a massive sports fund. That has an amazing reputation. They're known as kind of like the godfathers started this recent fund and i remember there was just not a chance i was ever going to get the guy's attention the founder of the steel and then all this news started going out and then i messaged him on linked in of all things and said look. I know you're busy guy. But i'd love to just chat with you. And he responded within like thirty seconds. And i think that that was more because of all the press that was going out so i would say no. It actually took me time from a company earned. They're like okay. I guess i'll talk to this guy type bill now. Does it help being in la because all of the major game. Publishers are in la with blizzard and riot. For instance. yeah. They probably would be very helpful now. We have some folks out there now..

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"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Own career as we made the leap into launching a startup. We had so many near death experiences to we walked into our first demo and we talked up the software what we're working on up to the first first client and click the first button and nothing happened and we're like we know exactly what's wrong here. This don't we'll be back and it was. It was one of those like you know cheesy like elevator music playing in the background. We the note that night. it's like. Hey we figured out the problem. We've got a fixed can come back tomorrow. They said and i think that you know such a partnership at the early stage of of a company where you know once you identify problem in you said greed i would call that really just vision or opportunity and that opportunity becomes magnetic for both you as the client customer as the developer trying to solve that knee but for the clients. That have this problem and really can't do it any other way. They get excited because it opens up new for sure to by greed. I of course. I just like i don't wanna wait for somebody else can license we can do this. We and so. I'm glad we did it. I remember being called a crazy person at first but okay. I'll get founders. Have that story. So as as you're thinking about your experience and in really kind of starting a software company here in houston you know when you first when you first got started with. Espn subsidiary that was twenty twenty nineteen early nineteen. But before that you had you had a company as well i did. I started a will react in twenty fourteen. That was a sports. Social media application weirdly. Enough learfield. I'm g which was just. Img at the time was my first client at that company. And i learned a lot from the negotiations of that and then major league lacrosse became our next client so but he was a sports. Social media application That i think of it like a global fan forum where you could go to your teams for them all in one location and it was fine like it served its purpose. It was definitely. Mvp was a hybrid html. Application as little clunky. Funny story one of my friends. This is early on. I didn't know what i was doing. And he said you know your search functionality. Why don't you just do your search functionality. Like twitter does. There's i'm like why bill theat for two hundred thousand dollars and twitter's search functionality is probably two billion dollars worth you know what i mean and that was a real learning experience for me where people are like. Why don't you do it like this and it took everything.

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"buckner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Starting to build out a Buckner and Crestwood, but no backups yet at the Snyder or the Waterson Expressway. Our next report in 10 minutes. I'm Bobby Ellis NewsRadio. 8 40 w H A s I'm Wook Why meteorologist Matt Milicevic. Your Thursday forecast will have us grabbing the umbrella is not an all day rain but will dodge some scattered showers and storm chances otherwise warm and muggy with highs near 88. We trend dryer tonight lows down the 70 high Is it 88 again tomorrow with a mix of clouds and sunshine and a little less humid. But the rain chances return even a few storms for the weekend with high staying in the eighties. Saturday and Sunday. That's your W L K Y forecast a meteorologist Mammal OSA Veg, Kentucky, Anna's drinking news, weather and Traffic station. This is news radio 8 40. W H A s Your news now. Good morning. It's 7 32. I'm Will Clark News radio. A 40 W H A s will start in Frankfurt, where a new investigative team has been Created with a focus on cold case sexual assaults in the Commonwealth. Paul Miles takes a look at it. $1.5 billion in federal funding will support a Kentucky state police sexual assault team that will include three trained investigators and a criminal intelligence analyst. Among them is Trooper Janet Barnett. We must support all efforts to curb sexual assault and provide a voice to the victims. So they no longer have to suffer in silence and the ksb sake. Investigators Ready to be that voice. The team will investigate cold case sex crimes where the testing of old rape kits or new DNA evidence could lead to arrest. Call Miles NewsRadio, 8 40 W. H. A s the Louisville Urban League, announcing more money will go towards the continuation of the Kentucky Anna builds program over $500,000 of federal money will be going to the program, which puts participants through six weeks of hands on training. It also helps with career focused management, job placement and work related incentives to recruit people for the construction sector. Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman Now we have an opportunity..

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"buckner" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"By greg. I'm from hopkinsville than we actually grew up across the street from each other requiem for maybe protein years old played on the same rule. Lambeau tournament team in the summer friends. Since then i'm a mentor john. A great job especially bringing something back. Now it's gotta be renamed the mba. Or something. I don't think there's any blogs other them brothers to abe players on the street. That's pretty funny. But i'm telling you this campus but what were your first thoughts and how out. Well greg call me. And he said he didn't ask me. He told me. I need you here. So of course gonna got you. And then he does know is going to be great situation for everyone is always when we do it. When i first came into. I've always had camps off community so awesome. What would have been doing. Dan and data as the last day and a lot of guys get better just announced great basketball and the way people lost over. They think they've learned discipline. First and foremost which is needed in every also white guys gotten better young ladies as well learned a lot from all the various speakers coming in to see some growth in them fastball. Incredible so days much. Not much you and stop Camp and obviously just watching rights to the kids the way they were separate message. It was really cool. I'm curious i mean when you first look at. What was your first impression of the environment. The kids to sitting there. It was geeked up kind of happy to see them smile face. It's incredible. I'm trying to think like maybe when you when you are going to remembering that against being seven eight nine years old and and kind of getting super excited about camper and starts coming to us academy got an awesome destig- has come in on. You never know who comes so toes. The next person to come talk one hundred percent of men and you're the gm i impact start startup kind of purple sour hardworking alive. And what was your message to the kids in getting them to pass that you've played out for yourself. Yeah like you said algae samba. I gotta get their need to stay. Focused really disciplined the time work into get to the next level and then like at the end you're saying ancient q. And a. questions. I mean what was some of the best responses you've got him on some of them might have been a little crazy hung. Pj stuff and oh it says after this but what was what was the. What are they asking you. after It's just talking about the road that i have One guy actually meniscus so action kinda shocked me was my favorite teammates. Good question was the most senior algebraic questions coach coach. Jj some of the best imports incredible lightning state. It's funny bring up homer guy and just say okay just on campus. He said okay. What did you in college. How did you get to wear. And i'm curious to what i mean that that's huge. Tournament is still working. Should we should go. Heart with an opportunity gets deadly draft him and to get picked highlighting advantages of that was kinda roofer. Said just having that determination at home for me up the my ear telling me so. He's having never my circle. Some kind of the concept of always look positive energy. Come out and the next play was giving back to the community right. Maybe not being from infill specifically but still like coming back to the community helping coach. That's all positive that's right. Look at what's on the outside of upstate. Outages which is awesome. So think about all that. I mean i wouldn't say i'm all gingy hoops and stuff right and you you being. What's that kind of adjusting yeah. Bill's pretty tough for me got to soak off. Its team coaches on the competition. Meet the light. So i give all appraised. Jj speaker said the trust in in me. So it's huge your yours. First player evidence to thousands of plan. That's really cool thinking about that. I'm born in my greatest commitment. A few days. June twenty first two thousand euros in january so just thinking about young people doing stop and obviously that's favorite of first player. Ever do that thousand action. But it's not just your whole team super young and measure coming back everything better but every year. It's you and your teammates might be everyone's getting better on of super exciting for fans in cleveland. People watching of the coaches are a superstar. Kid have better better better. I mean oh topamax just watching. The playoffs now travel not watching teams that we played by keanu playoffs. So a playoff run said becky seeing all the other guys summer and that's pretty inside of additional bit more says next year whatever. It might be right. But i'm excited to push it'd be a lot of fun and pleasure. Great went on awesome meeting. You rarely bashful on time for the last date of birth. That's a terrible tuzla. But how you make coach buckner. And maybe i've no coach buckner for almost ten years. Now we have some very very close mutual friends. I've learned so much from him in this time of work with him. Now with two organizations nicklaus grisliest people jabber leers. I love being part of where he has gone on here in his hometown. Honored to be able to be here today. Speaking with new impeach speaking to the chambers incredible. I mean give us get an apr. You're gonna tell. The campus was going to allow them to ask me some questions and allow them to kind of pick. My brain am sure You know there's always a lot of personnel coming through to the camps. And so i want the kids to be able to ask their questions and hopefully i'll be able to answer some of the some question all mid off the courts tonight. I'm gonna ask you some. Hopefully some thousand questions maybe with some of the things. Maybe you have to show them watching them. Play this morning on one of the things that we like to get across to our guys in the nba is important facing allowing space allowing for the ball to breathe allowing for the ball to grope and watching them. Play this morning. I think that's something that they could use. The certainly is.

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"buckner" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"You'll learn from professional players coaches and executives from all over the world and see the court in a brand new way and now joining you. Courtside your gen z. Housed john harder. Phyllis non stop awesome person habits last today last day meeting. Had i mean what kind of went into putin's altogether. It's an amazing. It's been amazing to be on the back end of it. I mean say in the back end has been very time put into it a lot. People a lot of off. Tom and hardworking to discuss said these scares that time to kills. Were very good. Very informative babies. You mentioned all the speakers. It came to was really poor and i've never seen any other campus. That's of course a bunch of poaching players trump. Nothing passbook on now. Is that kind of makes you think about needing i decided unfold. I've been blessed. nba plan. India been blessed to coaching now. And i know how hard it is bureau so these probably would not be not most mostly but you get other people to come speak from other areas of life other walks of life support to the kids not to there's other ways that this the ways in the vast walk up to somebody like that naked comeback girl camps. You could be water. Planning of water and helping the community do like law enforcement layers office and messed up. Elliott made come back so there's different ways to be successful. Everybody's path is not the same but a lot of our pass won't go through the nba wide. So important right to make sure take that backup. Okay maybe how you on. Some other organization the playwright out show adams accused again out the game you thinking about. Maybe the basketball side. Maybe doing these stations known as internet. Yeah i think when you do basketball you can't like this. Most cities kids know a lot of is very athletic right. But i always say this and we say this in the nba does not a lot of teachers leaning him now. I should rephrase that. It's not a lot so you have to break things sales to learn a big breaking down. What a mistake of basketball they think because the nba guys who run jump over a part time shoot work done. They put in words throughout the enhanced started build on top of that front models by doing other things. That's what it sounds like a day or steph curry us one enough downs very quick to get your shot off as before they get the what you. Why allow a suit left. Layups light right medicate both thousand basketball also with the special teach you understanding of the game and teach you the wire degradable giving back to community waiting. And i'm thinking to myself grammy. The media went. So well campers all these things happening these speakers. I mean what is always bigger and better. I the obviously you know do something like this. It takes time it takes money. It takes effort volunteer hours. Nobody understaffed the nana kids. I mean the. I got to get debt free but we have the more money we can raise for benefits to benefit. The kids. better got more than us facing enough nand got more than enough speaker. Says limit comes into these fears about funding. That's what any old legacy spoke some money on the community. Rally behind us. Initiatives thing are grows in this series. Snl coach awesome having rock. Maybe apart to talked about camping of uncertainty of a lot of great bash the ball. I mean what's your expense. Cancel for us on a lot of great. Great players competitions make good narrative been fought pours. What else can you have been taking all the station. Griping drills the full working strike really. I feel like south lot. You need that. It's not just the basketball skills physically with the guest. Nba coaches like at ten years. Maybe you just you have to listen. And you know they're telling you everything they know and they know how to get where you want to listen to them. An incumbent with your whole team announcing farms fighting tournament last few years is might be the last time you might see someone who graduate going up to score on. What's the kind of been like me having the team and doing all this homes cancel usba grace and haven't seen some of them in a while just catching a being around them. All bigger talk. Maybe working out writing at uh getting workouts in there without the history of jim has all your all your teenagers looking. Some pro moves some really coaches and teams. I said it's been great coaches off my father workouts. Good just getting better off menial together with chris. Good great cam. The first non-euro candidate hopkins targami hyde county bug and tessler by yourself. Well.

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"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Sports if you wanted to. So you know you saw things like twitch viewership like what triple in in in the span of of the pandemic and facebook gaming picked up and there's actually a lot of really interesting traditional media like things that are happening maybe below the surface In in this in this gaming world you know. Are you spending most of your time. Educating potential partners from the media really unders. Help them understand. Why this is different are do spend most of your time kind of feeling inbounds at how to get better players as ceo of. What are you spend most your time on. Oh you know you spend most of your time on different things at different parts of the year you know from a recruitment perspective this past this season that we're in right now that kicked off in april's a really big deal for us while we acquired our team in november of two thousand and nineteen. Every contract was really locked in For last year's players so there wasn't a lot of movement that we could do in terms of shifting strategy and that's why marketing really played such a big role during cova what area that we could absolutely control completely rule. You guys crushed it. Because you're your team second. I think in now we do. Have we clean slade. We figured out what kind of player profile matter to us What types of players we thought would mix well. We learned from cova that we didn't like having our players living in all different places. We wanted them living under one roof. Top or in our case to rooftop. So we've got the entire player in coaching roster living in two houses so they can live and breathe living breathe outlaws and overwatch. We also you know they spend a lot of time here. This year wasn't like that last year players here usually from ten to ten. They're on a break right now but the here from ten. Am to ten pm every single day. That long days training six days a week and so they have to like each other they have to feel supported by each other and then we so changed their culture. They're doing health and wellness training. The works So that's that's i'd say that's the content side of things because if we don't have good players that we can't make good content that interests anybody so and has fans that are flocking to follow us. So that's really important. But the biggest thing that i lose sleep on its revenue. Running one of these teams is super expensive..

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"buckner" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast

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"buckner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"buckner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But I do think the coffee is outstanding. And it's let's go. I got you know what? Uncle Bill's on me because you graciously came on the show. It's on me, too. What was I thinking? All right, Candace Buckner, You're awesome. Thank you for talking to us about Your Washington post story. Love you, Bill. Thank you for having me, man. All right, Candace, By Candace Buckner on this show, she is phenomenal. You should follow her on Twitter, and it is easy to find her on there. It is Candace de Buckner. Candace de Buckner. She is awesome as a really interesting story. I just think It offers some insight on what I've been talking about. It really fills out what sources have told me the way in which this year and I guess this is the best way to put it. Think about when you were trying to function, your job or your relationships or whatever matter to maybe all of the above. When you couldn't go out. It couldn't be social. The world switch to zoom. You're stuck in your house. All your habits have changed. You're ornery and That sort of initial pandemic. Oh, I want to go to work Got old right? You're just trapped. As I understand it, His canvases walk people through NBA players still in that they're still in the bubble. They're still in a moving sort of lockdown, and it's gonna impact. What we see is getting back. What happens in the playoffs 855 to 1 to four. CBS is the phone number. It's whisper phone time. We're going to do some NBA playoff picks give you some value. I feel really good action about the best I have coming up. I'm actually and it's always dumb to do a multi team parlay, but I'm thinking about doing a 14. Partly. That's how confident I am will unveil the next here on CBS Sports Radio. More weddings, Shandan and the MBA recognized that true greatness is formed under pressure. The journey is the occasion and it should always be celebrated. So raise your glass like give raise your game and toast to the winds along the way that get you to the ultimate achievement. Celebrate greatness under pressure with more wedding Shandan, the official champagne of the Washington Wizards always enjoy my wedding's Shandan responsibly. It's summer..

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Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Indianapolis Colts this weekend

Behind the Steel Curtain

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Indianapolis Colts this weekend

"Look the american football conference. The playoffs are not intact as of yet the steelers just a few weeks ago where the number one seed in the american football conference now. They are the number three seed after three straight losses. Look this team yes. They are in the playoffs. But they are fighting for momentum redemption and seating. And it's very important that they take care of their own business by beating the indianapolis colts which is going to be a tough task. The colts are coming in at ten and four. They ride a fantastic defense behind a forest buckner and also darius leonard and very capable offense as well led by the old wily veteran by the name of philip rivers. Yes they know him. They have been around him a lot in the last seventeen seasons and rivers has faced off against ben roethlisberger as well remember he was the guy who was supposed to go to the steelers and number eleven but ben roethlisberger was picked instead because he went earlier on to the new york giants and then was promptly traded to the sago charters. Thank you ally manning for refusing the play in san diego. You're whiny ways really helped pave the way for to super bowl champions in the pittsburgh steelers in that era.

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Illinois state lawmaker believes he was racially profiled by Chicago police

WGN Nightside

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Illinois state lawmaker believes he was racially profiled by Chicago police

"American state lawmakers says he was profiled by police while wearing a protective face mask today governor Pritzker addressed the issue during his daily press briefing Monday representative can Buckner told us an officer stopped them outside of a south loop store after shopping and Buckner as the officer why also allegedly replied that he couldn't see Buckner's face because of the mask and he looked like he was up to something here's what governor Pritzker had to say I am saddened by it I read the tweets and truth truly I think this is happening hi and it's a something that we're looking into we will obviously believe that there is discriminatory behavior taking place here Buckner is not named the store where he was stopped saying he didn't want it to affect that business police spokesperson says they can't investigate without that information

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Breaking down Trent Williams' trade to the 49ers

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Breaking down Trent Williams' trade to the 49ers

"Trent Williams dealt from the Redskins to the forty Niners for five today in a three next year and we're breaking it down as you just heard the guys drafted by Kyle Shanahan and Trent Williams is a talented guy and if you look at the forty niner list of to do list today are coming into this traffic should say replacement for Buckner check can log the impact wide receiver who can start opposite Deebo Samuel check brand in the UK left tackle replacement for Joe Staley check Trent Williams would yes thanks I I I mean it it's it's it's it's pretty awesome I mean I I'd be it can't be that simple I mean can you just can you just go in the draft in in it that you would think is what you're supposed to do you you you you talk about the team that you know the one that wins the NFC west you go to the Super Bowl you miss the Superbowl basically by one play and and and you want to get better and I think after the Superbowl in after free agency you you start thinking whether the team is not as good as they used to be I think if you look at the team now I mean you would have to think that you know they are as good or better then they were going to the Superbowl yeah I I mean you only hold off on saying that is because we haven't seen this combination of guys play together yet put Trent Williams is a like I just got a text from our buddy Kevin Francis a good pick great pick

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Kentucky Governor Orders Residents To Stay At Home; Provides Clarity On Essential And Non-Essential Work

Scott Sloan

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Kentucky Governor Orders Residents To Stay At Home; Provides Clarity On Essential And Non-Essential Work

"Home orders are now in effect across across Ohio Ohio Kentucky Kentucky and and Indiana Indiana measures measures are are aimed aimed at at slowing slowing the the spread spread of of the the crow crow crow crow but but nineteen nineteen virus virus nonessential nonessential workers workers staying staying home home and and the the governor governor of of Kentucky Kentucky provided provided more more clarification yesterday I'm just too they consider essential make roller skates for instance you're not gonna be able to stay open during this time latasha Buckner chief of staff to Kentucky governor Andy Beshear says they want you to go to the grocery store go to the bank but don't hang out there take walks in the neighborhood or go to the park regarding work you produce scrubs and medical equipment then you'll be able to stay open because we need you to support our hospitals during this time you know we want anything related to safety critical infrastructure agricultural production remains open for attorneys accountants architects fields like those the state says work by phone and the internet

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Indianapolis Colts send first-round pick to 49ers for DT Buckner, release DT Hunt

Around the NFL

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Indianapolis Colts send first-round pick to 49ers for DT Buckner, release DT Hunt

"Severed Cisco Forty niners also made a big trade. They sent one of their blue chip. Defensive Lineman away in a trade deforest buckner dealt to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for number thirteen overall pick The writing I guess was on the wall for Buckner in San Francisco when Eric Armstead of the niners got a five year. Eighty five million dollar contract on Monday on Monday so they couldn't pay both of them. They chose Armstead so buckner goes to the colts. He's a big time. Disruptor West a guy that's Star and the colts at a major piece on their defensive line. Feels like a good trade for both sides really. Yeah I like this deal for both sides. I understand why the forty niners did it. They basically chose Eric Armstead's versatility over deforest buckner being more of an inside player and the colts. This is what they've been waiting for. You've got all that cap room. And they got criticized last year for not using it but they wanNA spend it on guys who weren't difference makers they didn't WanNA spend it on guys. They really have to a year later so now they had eighty million dollars. Cap Room. You go out and get deforest buckner. Making the second highest paid defensive player in football in the prime of his career. A Guy who has voted. Mvp by the forty niners of their super bowl team. This is the kind of guy you want to build around. And now you've got Quinton Nelson on one side. You've got areas Leonard and deforest buckner on the other side. You've got a pretty good secondary and you've got infrastructure. This is kind of deal. You can make because you're GM has created all that salary cap space and drafted so well that you don't have to press to fill holes in the draft or Free Agency. You can go get the best player available

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Cousins, Vikings agree to 2-year, $66M contract extension

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Cousins, Vikings agree to 2-year, $66M contract extension

"The the deals Minnesota don't Vikings become in official quarterback Kirk until cousins Wednesday agreed on but Monday people to with a knowledge two year of sixty them tell six the Associated million dollar Press contract some big extension names are changing cousins uniforms was entering the final season the Texans of are the sending fully four guaranteed time pro three bowler year eighty de Andre four million Hopkins dollar contract and he a fourth signed round as a free pick agent to the cardinals in twenty eighteen for two draft selections this year he and was running scheduled back to come David thirty Johnson one million dollars against the falcons the salary will cap give up second but this new fifth deal round will picks reduce in exchange the team's for charge Baltimore by ten tight million end Hayden dollars Hurst according and to a a fourth person round with selection knowledge of the deal and the cousins colts had a in career their best first season round in pick twenty to nineteen the forty Niners as he led to the Vikings say goodbye to a wild to standout card win defensive in the playoffs tackle over the deforest saints Buckner Kevin fall most I'm Tom Minneapolis McCabe

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The Latest: AP source: Onyemata will re-sign with Saints

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: AP source: Onyemata will re-sign with Saints

"The deals don't become official until Wednesday but people with knowledge of them tell the Associated Press some big names are changing uniforms the Texans are sending four time pro bowler de Andre Hopkins and a fourth round pick to the cardinals for two draft selections and running back David Johnson the falcons will give up second fifth round picks in exchange for Baltimore tight end Hayden Hurst and a fourth round selection and the colts in their first round pick to the forty Niners to say goodbye to standout defensive tackle deforest Buckner I'm Tom McCabe

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49ers trade Pro Bowl DL DeForest Buckner to Colts for 1st-round pick

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

49ers trade Pro Bowl DL DeForest Buckner to Colts for 1st-round pick

"Said we got a lot to talk about in terms of the NFL sightings free agency matters some definitely with the Niners deforest Buckner the colts for first round pick December thirteenth but John Lynch do they miss out on but there may twenty one is going to be twenty one million Bucks from the colds starting next year they just lose a key piece of the Niners

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Super Bowl LIV Preview

ESPN Daily

08:15 min | 3 years ago

Super Bowl LIV Preview

"Today ahead of Super Bowl. Fifty four we break down just what to expect when the Chiesa. He's the niners square off on Sunday. I mean at times it's Thursday January thirtieth this espn daily presented by Dell small business. We are on radio row right now. ESPN daily is in the back There are radio stations across America. ESPN shows everyone is at their booths. Interviewing players analysts celebrities stars. And we've got one here with us. Dominic foxworth radio row is madness. It always ban is but it's like three hundred people gets bigger and his crazier every year. Well Luke speaking of madness this game people having trouble picking the winner I think because it truly feels like the two best teams made it to the Super Bowl. I feel like I'm just GONNA. It was Patrick Mahomes. Because it's not GonNa be fun rooting against him. We'll be more fun rooting for him than against it. Let's start by talking about patching mahomes chiefs offense versus the San Francisco Forty Forty niners defense. Which is sort of the strength on strength matchup in this game? I think history would favor San Francisco because the recent super bowls elite defenses. Have come out on top. The two thousand fifteen Denver Broncos the two thousand thirteen Seattle seahawks. We don't need to talk about what happened near later. The two thousand eight steelers ninety six packers list goes on typically offense loses according to our friends at stats and Info so the niners are the sevens team in the last fifteen years to make it to the super bowl with fifty five or more sex the other six teams all won dominique. We've seen how disruptive active this pass rushes the secondary ranks near the top of the League in stopping deep passing as the linebackers fast they can move laterally. Which is the chiefs specialty with their sweeps and screens? And all that said tell me how the chiefs offense can still beat them. I mean I have never seen the chiefs. Offense actually be stopped in any legitimate way especially with a healthy Patrick mahomes and he is healthy. And that's the difference is when we've seen great defenses. Losing the Super Bowl. It's been all time great quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers one of the people who did I did not think Patrick Mahomes is obviously in that category. As far as this town is concerned. If you were the niners defense how would you defend Patrick Mahomes this explosive chiefs passing attack. So I think you have to mix it up. That's the best thing you can do. And you also have to understand that you're not gonNA stop them. They're GONNA make plays they're going to score points. But you need to try not to give a big play. Touchdown don't stress about them getting to the red zone but play well in a red zone which the forty niners haven't been doing which is scary. It's interesting right. Yeah the the niners defense ranks. Thanks near the top in most statistical categories this year. But you're right. They have been less. Efficient are actually been below average in the red zone. They've struggled to stop the run there. which cheese haven't really been running the ball lately? They've also struggled this season against mobile quarterbacks now that requires an enormous caveat which which is that D. Ford niners pass rusher at Kwon Alexander. LINEBACKER missed a lot of games during the regular season but you look performances against Cuyler Murray Lamar Jackson Russell Wilson. You saw those were the games in which they struggled a little bit more for what we've seen from Patrick Mahomes in this postseason is is an insane ability to take off the football as the leading rusher for his team and the playoffs so far and I think that he's always been comfortable with it now that his knee is gone a little bit unhealthier. He's more apt to take off. But I think that's less scary the him getting outside of the pocket throwing like I'd almost rather him try to run it for twenty yards. Because what happens win. He buys time against the forty niners. Specifically they're not traditionally man coverage team but everything turns the main when the quarterback starts to scramble like. That's your your scramble scramble roles as a defensive back or linebackers find closest guy and stick to them everything tires demand at that point in there they just frankly. The forty niners don't have the secondary speed speed in secondary and to be fair to them. No one has a speed and a secretary to run with McColl Hartman and tyreek hill specially with the arm. That Patrick Mahomes has the the chiefs are the best st passing team in the NFL or close to it. The San Francisco Forty niners are the best at defending the NFL or close to it. Something has to give live. How do you even begin to defend all of those weapons? especially if you're the forty niners you play a pretty simple cover. Three quarters mixed in there. Do you change it up. What do you do with Rick Chairman? You have to change it up. You can't survive and covered three. Andy Reid loves four verticals and with that speed and in Patrick mahomes arm strength and accuracy. He will eat you alive in the same with four verts. Would it really comes down to is pressure which is why I think that blitzing is a smart move. You WanNa make them get rid of the ball quickly and tackle but you're not gonNa do it every single time and if you give him one opportunity unity he can make you pay so you need to get the Turner was when you get those opportunities. I think they should be more aggressive than they've been and try to force them to get rid of the ball and make tackles. Yeah if there's been a weakness in this defense dominique. It's been the other side of the field for Richard Sherman originally weatherspoon more recently. They've been playing a manual. You'll Moseley a corner. He's been better but undeniably. That's an area of the field. I think the chiefs would like to target so much of the performance of the San Francisco Secondary. It depends on the pass rush getting home and you know as a former DB pass rushes the secondary's best friend a lot of the great statistics we've seen from the secondary can dairy are the product of this pass. Rush being so explosive a pass rush that turns into a murderer's row. Win The big four Defoe Award. DEFOREST Buckner Eric Armstead and it boasts are all on the field when those four players are playing their sack ratio. The percentage of drawbacks drawbacks in which they get to the quarterback jumps from six percent to twenty three percent twenty three percent of the time. They're taking the quarterback down So Eh my question to you is they've been able to get a lot of pressure by just rushing four. Do you think that they'll have success against a chief offensive line. That's probably one of the better offensive lines they faced aced. No now. It's just for. I don't think they can be able to stop him. The more I think about it in a way that you framed that I think made it very clear my mind is I think they're going to have to flush them out. You got to get him to run with the football or get them uncomfortable to get rid of the football. Because I do think that the chiefs offense line is good enough that they're not just going to get massacred. And then you put on top of it. The chiefs offense is not one that killed by a fact like most offenses. If you second now it's second and fifteen second eighteen it's over it's third and twelve. It's over over. It's not true for the chiefs offense so they can get pressured they could get a sack. Can Patrick Mahomes can make a play in overcome that so I think that the the worst thing they could possibly do is believe leave. Their Front for is going to be enough to stop this chiefs offense so far this postseason what we've seen from Patrick. Mahomes is a record performance. I quarterback in NFL history to throw for two fifty at rush for fifty consecutive games in a postseason. Do you think he keeps it up. And that's a difficult question because yes you can think he'll play well but we're talking about playing at historic level. I think he does keep it up and I think I've said this a lot in to the point where people make fun of me is that he's never had a bad game and that's one of the most mind blowing. I guess you can call it that you see from a guy who's who's just been starting for two years played a lot of games and there's never had a bad one like mediocre is the worst as you get out of them in in the big games. He's been fantastic gets thirteen touchdowns. Yeah no interceptions in his playoff career. And I know it's been said Ad Nauseam nor is why they are in Super Bowl last year because of off someone lining up offsides so like I've yet to see him shrivel into big moment he only seems to get bigger and until I see him Have a tough outing going to lean in favor

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Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 3 years ago

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

"Last night the guys who are assembled to discuss the various topics that they were asked about regarding the Superbowl they they included forty Niners cornerback Richard Sherman who is going to have probably one of the biggest test of his career biggest test of the season trying to cover the chiefs receivers trying to anticipate what Pat Mahoney can do with a football and a part of the discussion included Sherman being told them homes won't shy away from your side of the field are you ready I would be quite was our main thing I got some of the most dynamic playmakers in as we got a ton of us speak of the tunnel on telling you can get the ball where everyone see when he wants it on the more out of pocket you know we got it we gotta find a way to to get that soul you know they have a great offense in and obviously a ton of playmakers that's what it does what here to forty minutes or so the challenge is very simple for the forty Niners defense they need to get pressure on Patrick homes to force him to get rid of the football before those guys get open because those guys eventually will crack that Seattle defense that cover three zone one of those guys will get open Tyree killed to Marcus Robinson Michael Hartmann Travis Kelsey Sami watched in somebody's getting open if you give Patrick homes enough time and if he can buy enough time that's the thing he can buy time we played yesterday on NBCSN that Fran Tarkenton play from Patrick homes week three of twenty eighteen season the nine second play that started the four yard line where he goes to laugh to completely reverse course runs across the field full speed throws it on the fly and gets touchdown made scored twenty one to seven big difference though Nick Bosa was at Ohio state at the time the Ford was playing for the chiefs at the time this time around patron homes has to try to deal with them and we talk all the time about inside information that someone may have the fords got a full season actually to of seeing Patrick homes in practice and I remember one Padma homes as a rookie Travis Kelsey was on the program and he was raving about the things that my homes was doing in practice I mean do you four has studied this guy if anybody has any ideas on what to do to stop Pat homes within the forty Niners organizations gonna be D. for now his input maybe I don't know what the hell we do I've seen this guy have you not seen him he's unstoppable that's gonna be the big challenge the forty Niners defense and Sims are talking yesterday about maybe the wisdom of dropping everybody deep and forcing the chiefs to go slowly and methodically and frustrate any effort to get that big fifty yard bomb the becomes a backbreaker force them to be patient patois homes going into the season I was aware that that was one of the changes he was gonna have to be ready for defenses making him be more patient and methodical with the ball taking away that big chunk play that big spectacular touchdown that fuels a game that turned the game around even though it only counts for seven points on the scoreboard it's kind of thing that psychologically can destroy an opponent just like that twenty seven yard touchdown run through the sideline and cut back in an inside the five and guys were flailing in a play like that can end the game as a practical matter there was discussion last night from some forty Niners defensive players about what to do if in one patch my homes it runs the football force Buckner Fred Warner drink green law they all address the situation Drake Greenlaw said that in discussing the twenty seven yard touchdown run exactly what that what I said last week the the the point that still has chiefs fans on reasonably air rationally and grossly incorrectly up in arms the twenty seven yard touchdown run Greenlaw said fear of a penalty for a late hit may have contributed to the flailing and the failure of the Titans to try to tackle patch my homes Greenlaw said he's gonna hit my homes if he's in the green without worrying about judgment calls and that you know and I said yes them done talking about building a and talk about a little bit more that was the point you can't fear the gray area with the Super Bowl on the line you have to embrace the gray area once you commit to making that tackle if the guy decides he's going to start to slide and maybe you hit him at the beginning of the slide because it's too late for you to do you commit you can't not approach the got to make the tackle for fear that he's going to end up taking you to the gray area see the quarterback has figured out how to exploit the gray area how to get guys to lower their guard how to get guys to pull up how to get guys to think the plays over and then off they go they keep going Greenlaw is gonna go and try to bring him down

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 3 years ago

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

"Last night the guys who are assembled to discuss the various topics that they were asked about regarding the Superbowl they they included forty Niners cornerback Richard Sherman who is going to have probably one of the biggest test of his career biggest test of the season trying to cover the chiefs receivers trying to anticipate what Pat Mahoney can do with a football and a part of the discussion included Sherman being told them homes won't shy away from your side of the field are you ready I would be quite was our main thing I got some of the most dynamic playmakers in as we got a ton of us speak of the tunnel on telling you can get the ball where everyone see when he wants it on the more out of pocket you know we got it we gotta find a way to to get that soul you know they have a great offense in and obviously a ton of playmakers that's what it does what here to forty minutes or so the challenge is very simple for the forty Niners defense they need to get pressure on Patrick homes to force him to get rid of the football before those guys get open because those guys eventually will crack that Seattle defense that cover three zone one of those guys will get open Tyree killed to Marcus Robinson Michael Hartmann Travis Kelsey Sami watched in somebody's getting open if you give Patrick homes enough time and if he can buy enough time that's the thing he can buy time we played yesterday on NBCSN that Fran Tarkenton play from Patrick homes week three of twenty eighteen season the nine second play that started the four yard line where he goes to laugh to completely reverse course runs across the field full speed throws it on the fly and gets touchdown made scored twenty one to seven big difference though Nick Bosa was at Ohio state at the time the Ford was playing for the chiefs at the time this time around patron homes has to try to deal with them and we talk all the time about inside information that someone may have the fords got a full season actually to of seeing Patrick homes in practice and I remember one Padma homes as a rookie Travis Kelsey was on the program and he was raving about the things that my homes was doing in practice I mean do you four has studied this guy if anybody has any ideas on what to do to stop Pat homes within the forty Niners organizations gonna be D. for now his input maybe I don't know what the hell we do I've seen this guy have you not seen him he's unstoppable that's gonna be the big challenge the forty Niners defense and Sims are talking yesterday about maybe the wisdom of dropping everybody deep and forcing the chiefs to go slowly and methodically and frustrate any effort to get that big fifty yard bomb the becomes a backbreaker force them to be patient patois homes going into the season I was aware that that was one of the changes he was gonna have to be ready for defenses making him be more patient and methodical with the ball taking away that big chunk play that big spectacular touchdown that fuels a game that turned the game around even though it only counts for seven points on the scoreboard it's kind of thing that psychologically can destroy an opponent just like that twenty seven yard touchdown run through the sideline and cut back in an inside the five and guys were flailing in a play like that can end the game as a practical matter there was discussion last night from some forty Niners defensive players about what to do if in one patch my homes it runs the football force Buckner Fred Warner drink green law they all address the situation Drake Greenlaw said that in discussing the twenty seven yard touchdown run exactly what that what I said last week the the the point that still has chiefs fans on reasonably air rationally and grossly incorrectly up in arms the twenty seven yard touchdown run Greenlaw said fear of a penalty for a late hit may have contributed to the flailing and the failure of the Titans to try to tackle patch my homes Greenlaw said he's gonna hit my homes if he's in the green without worrying about judgment calls and that you know and I said yes them done talking about building a and talk about a little bit more that was the point you can't fear the gray area with the Super Bowl on the line you have to embrace the gray area once you commit to making that tackle if the guy decides he's going to start to slide and maybe you hit him at the beginning of the slide because it's too late for you to do you commit you can't not approach the got to make the tackle for fear that he's going to end up taking you to the gray area see the quarterback has figured out how to exploit the gray area how to get guys to lower their guard how to get guys to pull up how to get guys to think the plays over and then off they go they keep going Greenlaw is gonna go and try to bring him down

Jason Brown on Automating Your Financial Life

Wall Street Oasis

10:51 min | 3 years ago

Jason Brown on Automating Your Financial Life

"Hello and welcome. I'm nick and this is moving up a podcast about secrets to success. Struggles along the way in life in general then the pod Jason Brown down the CO founder and CEO Tally. If you don't know a tally is that oh man. You're really going to enjoy hearing this conversation but quickly. The gist is that it's an automated finance platform. That can do some pretty incredible things and really just hearing Jason Talk about what the future of consumer finances is so intriguing rigging okay. That's all for me. Let's get into the conversation with Jason Jason Slocum. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me. We're we're in this weird room at money twenty twenty. I'm glad you found it. Three or six is nice and quiet so all we got that and I just mistakenly said you were an la guy. But your San Francisco are you. Are you from San Francisco. Is that what you grew up. I grew up in a little ski town in Colorado called Breckenridge who grew up in Brook Park City. Oh No kidding I actually prefer park city to Breckenridge so Nothing to complain about Breckenridge but it's a lot a lot faster to get to park city. So that's what proxy has going all the places in Colorado and Sun Valley in Miami and stuff are prettier than park city because they're more remote but easy to get to it is records is a cuter town though. Oh Yeah I mean. That's everything about the Callao towns prettier better everything. Actually all has is the easy to get to. Oh well has more than that but for the I was a good to talk to another mountain. Did we actually have a long comment. I've actually had several not several zero but like three or four other people on the podcast that we uncovered the same thing. Then like you're kind of bonded actually one of the five founders. FACEBOOK Grew up in Sun Valley located. No kidding wow were you on the scheme in high school and I mean pre high school I would ask and then I'm sure with you. It's going to be really serious about school or are you. It sounds like you guys have a winner school. We can go to school all summer. Long have the winter or summer. We did not but I think in steamboat. They did. That's where a lot of Olympians came from but one of the one of the guys on my ski team I went to the Olympic. So it was it was it was still pretty Hardcore data is awesome dickey missing. Yeah I did but it was cross country so proper entry. Yeah freestyle cross-country. It's the it's the kind of skiing you see in the Olympics where they're like skating That was okay see. I don't I don't know anyone that in proxy that that does that kind of scheme. Yeah it was. It was the kids because you have to wear SPANDEX. I love it and of course sucks. Thank you these tally. Sorry for those of you. That are listening if you If you download the tally APP which is fully automated manager. The core experience is the home screaming. And it's actually really a picture of a person sitting drinking coffee with their feet on the table and I wearing socks going no sock. Yeah wearing these socks and so we We've built An automated platform that can do financial thinking financial work for you and we have to financial jobs. We do Which is have my credit card debt and then set money aside for me so are are kind of ethos? Is We set very high bar for what automation means. It's not recommendations it's not advice. It's actually doing the thinking and the work so so that you can have your feet on the table. So everybody at tally. When you join you get you? Get a pair of tally sucks. I love it and we got into a little bit of of of tally there. But like let's let's start earlier in the background. Like where do you up in cool. Ski Town Kid You WanNa like go to a big city for college like I want to do. What's going through your mind? Will it was for me. Actually I had always wanted to be an entrepreneur actually I've a little flyer that my mom saved. She showed me a couple years ago but I went door to door offering would stacking and poop scooping services when I was nine and actually when I was a freshman in college I started my first company which I ended up growing to four hundred employees dot. I built a one of the largest residential house painting companies in Massachusetts so I actually moved moved to To Boston to start this company. Anthony as a teenager and that company got acquired and I built a a couple of other companies thereafter. So I've just always been in love with the idea of You know taking an idea that you're passionate about from scratch and turning it into something and At least for me tally is the thing that's been closest to my heart. Because growing up there was just a lot of There's a lot of anxiety in our household around money and my mom in particular. Is this really dynamic eccentric. SMART person she works. It's really hard. Runs her own business and despite all of that She just there's just a lot of A lot of financial financial stress and she really hasn't been able to reach Chennai ever financial goals. So I was just like man. I want to build a service. That's capable of taking the load off of people and allow them to live their lives lives and so my mom. She's an exercise and she's a Ravi again. It's like you do all that okay and we're GONNA pay all your bills and manage everything for you just like if you had like a team of five. I people working for you and I want to build that into software so that we cannot take take all that All that off of off of the human experience plate and allow people to just do what they love right so this is an interesting kind of play. I always get to it so you grew up in an entrepreneurial family like this was instilled in you from from day one it was never. I'M GONNA go work for some big bank or something you know any my parents were Were Very Encouraging that we we should charter on path. And Actually I was home schooled for the first All the way through sixth grade and end you know I mean even my mom. She's like. Hey what do you Wanna learn and I was like well. I WANNA learn about taxidermy. She's like okay so she went through the yellow pages and cold. Called taxidermists is and found one that would let us camp out in their workshop for a a week or so and like we'd go there and you learn about the taxidermy business in all the chemicals they use and everything things so it was just this idea of. Hey the world is your oyster. You just have to be willing to go you know make phone call or knock on the door and go explore and you can learn anything. You want You just have to be willing to go after it so Feel really really fortunate. It's really empowering way to to educate here's some crappy don't Wanna learn learn it memorize. Yeah like learns actually care about exactly and it's just that that intrinsic motivation. My parents were always. It was all about curiosity and chasing your curiosity so for me. I was never at a point where I dreaded school like I always like. I couldn't wait to go to school like me when I hear my friends talking about. Like the next game of thrones. I haven't watched that here. It's over but when they were talking about the next episode that excitement and anticipation. That's kind of what I felt going to school because I was like. What am I gonNA learn? And what new ideas am I gonNA the House. Oh yeah that was definitely thanks to my parents okay. So then. What's the start of this of this house painting company? Yeah it was just I mean when you're eighteen years old old end Wanting to start a business I was like. Hey I want to do something. That will require a lot of employees because I really wanted to learn about leadership and I wanted to learn about on just like the actual people side of running a business and so that seemed like an accessible thing for me and the first year I had about Fifty employees and then ended up going from there to About four hundred when I sold the company and honestly I mean I I did eventually get an NBA from University of Chicago. But I learned more in those couple years running house painting business than I. I haven't any other point in my life and just just a complete crash course in you. Know recruiting in hiring firing managing on challenging situations on creating a management structure. All all of that was It was just this really really stressful. Suppose the most stressful point in my life but it was the place where I got A. I don't know if you've heard of the ten thousand arose but I I got a good chunk of my ten thousand hours of of building. It managing a company in the in College Shar so you started it in Colorado or Massachusetts in Massachusetts so I ended up going to school Boston University and I went the two classes at Bu but other than that. I was working the entire time. So I don't know a single person from view at least that did you graduate. I did I'm a buckner so I I graduated highest honors but literally. I'd be sitting in the back. I'd have my laptop open. I'm like sending emails like dealing with issues. And then I'd have my notebook on the other side taking notes so it was a very multitasking signs. Do you regret that. I do not I did go to business school for the reason that I wanted in intellectual vacation and when I was in business school I really enjoyed myself. I worked at a venture capital firm. I wanted to. I thought for a little bit I wanted to be a VC. But I realized that. I'm an operator Raider. But I took like a machine learning courses like I just went like super deep in finance and I just had a blast in college or I'm sorry and business school so I made up a little little bit for the sacrifice. Is The path Painting Company Sell Painting Company business. School no I started a new company after the painting company when I graduated. And we It's called Bass Dot Com and We ended up Boo Shopping the company. All the way till seven years in The only money we took was twenty twenty million for maybe S. capital partners after it was already very successful and You know kind of more to the private equity stage but we actually actually wrote our own screen sharing software so this was way way back in the day and what our vision was is that you know. This was in the birth of spyware and like people's computers were constantly having issues so he said we want to have a PC care subscription service so that any normal consumer Ken Press a button and have remote tech support instantly without having to talk anybody and then every quarter. Our our technicians would remote into the computer and maintain it to prevent issues like changing oil in the car. And so that was our our brain child right out of college in down built that up and then I was like. Hey you know what I. It's been a lot of hard work. I WANNA go take this vacation Chicago and it was. It was wonderful two years. That's actually where I met my co-founder from next to company so awesome and so you said you intern. During between years one and two the I did YEP in Chicago. Ah note was in Silicon Valley so there's a A Pacific Northwest Venture capital firm. They do a series they investing called Voyager capital and. I actually really was just supposed to intern. But they kept. Were having me look at deals and do work when I went back to Chicago. Yeah so it really taught me a lot. I learned a lot about fundraising and how bad most pitchers are. I learned how painful it is to be on that side of the table when pitches a really bad And I also learned that. It's I mean no offense to anybody who is a V. V. C. but it's a very passive sort of world you're like you're trying to identify and pick value creators but you're not like creating value yourself in for for at least my disposition. I just love

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Black Friday shooting at Destiny USA Mall in Syracuse

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Black Friday shooting at Destiny USA Mall in Syracuse

"Violence is Black Friday at the destiny USA mall in Syracuse New York police chief Kendrick Buckner tells WSYR than a confrontation between at least two young men led to a shooting in the mall's food court one of the men was shot in the leg and is expected to survive the suspect is still outstanding there's no one in custody well at this time again we're in the early stages of our investigation well as we would with any sort of assault of being indoors is makes it a little of a we're in the early stages of an investigation earlier in the day two men were stabbed after an incident inside a Macy's they are also expected to survive Buckner was asked at the two incidents are somehow linked for sure well if that is related to the actual shooting incident the mall was closed after the shooting

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Let's overreact to Week 8: The 49ers are the NFL's best team

The NFL Show

06:57 min | 3 years ago

Let's overreact to Week 8: The 49ers are the NFL's best team

"I think that what we want to talk about our vise lows the NFL season so far and highs at this point are the Sansko forty niners it's the New England patriots to undefeated teams and then we want to get into Adam gays who want to get into Freddie Kitchens in WanNa get into the Chicago bears those I probably don't need to say are the lows of the nfl let's start with the great teams the teams that are that are undefeated mic Bosa and San Francisco Forty niners so this was so we talked about this last week where essentially both of the undefeated teams have been dogged by this Weirdo they haven't played anybody and eventually as maze I talked about last week eventually you know this is just the NFL they're beating up on these bad teams because there's just too many bad NFL team that's sort of the way things are going right now there's like five good teams that are quote unquote nice schedule winds and then there's twenty-seven teams who are who everyone considers inferior one AA competition Ravin said that the forty niners host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday they win fifty one to thirteen the panthers where the fifth ranked offense in the NFL all fifteen th ranked defense Nick Bosa three sacks three tackles for loss one pass break up and one interception return for forty six yards the forty niners I I I don't feel the need to say there will jit because we already knew their religion you've written about this this was the type of win that I August isn't very analytical this shuts people up oh yeah I mean this is this is what they call a statement when I think the most points they've scored since ninety three or something like that I saw that today Yup yeah type of win where if there was college they would get like twenty more first place votes this week exactly kind of win they wouldn't jump over the Patriots but it'd be getting close yeah I mean this what stood out to you when you just looked at I mean it was as complete performance you can get it turning that stood out that maybe I mentioned already I mean yeah obviously the defense I think has been the foundation that they've been operating on this year they've -pletely remade that front seven I should say the front the Front Line Nick Bosa you know changes everything default has been good deforest buckner is just playing out in elite level still Eric Armstead has been playing really really well as you know two and then I actually saw Solomon Thomas make a really good play today too I mean they've got guys they've got it reminds me a little bit of the rams of old in one sense that they spent several years of like accumulating talent and it's finding all starting to kind of click together her and their defense is looks like a juggernaut and then on the other side of the ball run game is just so dominant You know we saw we saw what they could do today. Seven Coleman really really good they've got like woman baby yeah they've got like four backs that could that could be their starter yeah they're just really really good so they they control the clock they it's such an old school method in you know it's it's funny because in the in the stage when passing is so much more efficient they're kind of breaking that rule that passing more efficient because when you can run with that level of efficiency in that level of explosiveness I mean it just you don't Oh you don't actually really need to pass that much because they've just been doing it sufficiently my favorite maybe event of twenty nineteen so far is field yates tweeted out most pass attempts prior to first career interception history number one is Dak Prescott number three was Kyle Allen after the game yeah Richard Sherman Seen this yet Richard Sherman quote tweeted that tweet which is I'm so happy to have Richard Sherman back in our lives I talked with a couple of weeks ago but just like the thing where he may be made up that thing with Baker Mayfield I'm fine with it leveraged do whatever he wants he's back in the spotlight he's GonNa Talk unquote tweet field Yates tweets about say element Mayo hundred percent on the rich German experience back to hit a piano yeah I know this is a pro Richard Sherman podcast now I think it's really interesting what happens now in the NFC obviously the Green Bay packers won tonight there are no drew breeze comes back with the saints and they look like they didn't miss a beat obviously you know teddy bridgewater is a very good quarterback while he was aperture breezes he's wearing your mind is the pecking order in the NFC and are the niners significantly above those other two teams man that's such a good question I really like The saints still I think the fact that they were able to do what they did go five zero at bridgewater and just Kinda keep going you know keep them momentum going forward I think they are still one of the favorites I would say you know it San Francisco New Orleans one and the packers just slightly below that but with the way that Aaron Rodgers has been playing last couple of weeks there certainly scary I think their defense has taken a little bit of a step back so there may be not quite as balanced as we thought they were but yeah I mean I think those are clear top three teams there's no question about that and then you could you know make arguments for the vikings or whoever but yeah I think those are like the like the cream of the crop for share in then there's a bunch of other teams speaking of the cream of the Crop New England patriots okay so the stats from the NFL the browns I can barely get throughout the browns had turnovers on three consecutive offensive plays against the Patriots that is the first time any team has done so since week one twenty twelve only the seventh time it's been done since two thousand this is not good if you're the browns we're GonNa get to the browns and are very robust stocks downs section a little bit but this patriots team unfortunately this is not kind of the schedule will win that we thought it was going to be you know the niners get there's the browns are not as good as the panthers the browns have been kind of a disaster but this was just another performance Devin mccourty looks like maybe defensive player of the year candidate the defense he just unbelievable in Baker Mayfield after the game said that the Patriots didn't do anything confuse them they were just playing really well yeah and you you kinda wonder like isn't that the worst case scenario for a team is the they're not doing anything new there just being the crap out of you I mean it was amazing when you think about this patriots defense what comes to mind yeah I think a couple of things going to mind number one discipline that's kind of a hallmark of the belichick teams is just being really disciplined like you know obviously Cliche do your job or whatever that's the first thing versatility you know they're able to play it's

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Is WeWork's Business Model Viable?

Digital Business Models

12:17 min | 3 years ago

Is WeWork's Business Model Viable?

"Today we're going to look at the complex topic week which is easily work at viable business model be if you've been following. Actually the news lately you so that we work is pretty much anywhere and why. I don't like to cover things that really into the news because there is a lotta noise around. It's very hard to make sense of it there. Everyone when denning opinion like what's going on. I won't do really highlight. I flew points and really give respective again just because I think it is a lot of noise right now so St John's is a viable business model. It's not an for several reasons now. Let's go point by point to over a few things that we might want to look at when it comes to to we work now we work was at ease was a private company actually still a company that will strain to actually get a go through an IPO was trying to become a public company and the one thing which is interesting interesting is that we work adjust two thousand eighteen. According to several kinds of valuations at our company was worth more than forty billion dollars which which is a lot breath so now one question getting comes to mind Isa are we actually going through a private bobble in terms of private companies education because what's up rent now. It seems that at least in two thousand nineteen the company's got listed as they didn't manage to actually we have a successful appeals and actually manage to go to a really excitement of the market doc it around those companies now. What are the reasons behind it and you know when talking about companies that I feel I'm thinking about companies like Uber or lift or other. There are other companies that are really field this year now. The the the party said I mean look at the the we work financials the one thing that you know this race that of course company now but he arrived from two thousand eighteen eighty two to nineteen with talking about the first Amancio Manso year but this time he also improved. It's expensive quite substantially there things to take into account. If if we work was going to wipe with buzzy the numbers you can imagine that we wouldn't have oldies noise that that he's right now and one thing is also about timing timing timing. It's betty white important as you imagine it can really make or break a company and in in this year that there are the worry about recession that increasing freezing you you can imagine that for a company that could afford to actually go through an IPO without having a viable business model l. A. Becomes very hard when you go through a decision at his video especially when your primary customers are companies that actually are stuffed upset if we go through a decision would be the first companies to actually suffered from it. It's very important also delighted that we work as a really so you know improving its enterprise customers which we're getting that those might seek if we go through a recession but at the meantime on the other end if we think we interbike customers by be using we work as a really an expansion buckner so we'd ally on we work as enterprise company because we're trying to expand the operation with one free since I'm just thinking in terms of me me as a as a potential enterprise customer we work so instead of relying on internal resources and expanding geographically because he may be a recent too risky ASCII because then it becomes harder to to to to cat space and stuff we we use we work as a partner for so again imagine that if we both rotation diseases diseases. I sorta viable which will get cut so again recession. He's hard because for especially for a business model which hasn't proved viable yet yet. It's it's very hard another aspect that you know this when you go through the. We Work Appeal our attempt IPO because it was if you following the news right now you know that the company has withdrawn so far at least delaying the ideal so in might reconsider near enough in a few months things are stopped workout free since death thinking fire quite a quite a few employees but one thing that you know these when you go through a dealer of the as one which is the forum that companies as companies to meet when they after will probably could tell there to meet these form to the SEC has the Security Exchange Commission. What is that. There are a few quite a few buzzwords so so there are many things that we work is is doing that again if the company was a viable business model if we were in a timing where things were working properly. We were not going through are probably the people were not expecting a recession to come. Those things will be steep paths. I think again for many passwords you might use if on the other end you have Saudi auty business that there's nothing that can save you a if you look at the financial companies like starbucks that had somebody uses the buzzwords him in the culture of the company and in many cases companies themselves are caught who are really cultures. Really you know they really try to emphasize. This is when Bet Katcher dating. That's what makes them special even again. Companies are businesses that make money. They need to make money consistently so fittings things had come out to mind when we go to the one we worked. His first world. We work is trying to really redefine a new sort of model which is which combining goals space as now. If you know how commercial real estate works you know that usually what happens is that you ran an office our RSP's commercial space for your company and all you do is really you pay the rent and then free since the end of the year you might be the so called the Camman on Adia maintenance fees. which really are the shared the shared expenses that that the you know the lender the landlord might anticipate for for the commercial tenants? Annan's Gadiya switched. Dan can be spread for for the Commercial you know Florida Florida the the the people renting those commercial spaces at the end of the year depending on the kind of contract that you have of course you can pay the quote the pulmonary maintenance in different ways but again these these important for the landlord in which is a running business because he can actually get back a few of the of a did the expenses that he had on no commercial property and it can be also used as a leverage when you have a contract with a commercial tenant what happens is a union see something like okay. I'm going to reduce the KOMO Nadia maintenance fees. If you WANNA be free since then I amount of money now we were starting to redefine this space by actually adding more to it so that a a company sparked of the we were community that will be using the co working of a company actually would be a retainer so be a monthly Italy fee a subscription fee and that's where the space has a Saturday's comes to police now if we were also voted species said listen if this is. GonNa turn are now to be a viable model. I mean we we're going to look at it in in the instagram and I think it's fine you know people arguing whether accompany bunny can come up with these new analogy and just get we did. I think he can if he has a viable business model again here. The point these I is that the company is in bad timing and in these bad timing where we're going through a recession it's using up the bats words and it's not showing showing a viable business model because again those same words that we're seeing today that were used a back in two thousand sixteen seventeen when we work was considered one of the hottest companies around and valued over forty billion dollars. I think what's making huge difference. He's the fact that the company right now is a very bad timing go there are also that aspects like of the corporate governance had the fact that the recent the the the founder CEO Newman as been having a little control and managing teams out not transparently from from the way it was you know leasing space to the company and also the fact that the company Bunny at Bush's including each for technology company even though again we work a main attempt is really to form a commissioner real estate contract which usually again it's it's a it's simple contracting something which is more on on on Saturday space where you know it's common in software as a service speeds in all the other services industry that we have today in in the in the after throughout the Internet the area where you can just fight several kinds of surveys you leverage on data technology another savviest easiest to actually have have the company spot from being something on on a daily basis now aiding said. Did they really again another another keeping the thing it's about the addressable market where the company argues that had he said these these these market that which can be I think over over three years or something like that tight remember. The exact number is not the when he comes to this will markets cadets beak big question mark when Gumbiner essay these going to be these album is going to be the market in ready the how how do you even know because that depends many variables and you can be really sick as possible or you can dream big but hey at the end of the bench about how economy is going to evolve and you know. It's very a hard to predict so again. is we work a viable business model. It's not and it's not because is not showing yet a bottom line which which it's going to work. ability heats a it's really a bad timing where the company still using buzzwords in a time where you need to be more really sick we're going through and so there are more people which are skeptical about what's going on any future customer base which is made of startups of course the risk is that you're gonna be the you're going to be the first company which is GonNa four once the recession comes and then if you know we asked whether we work is a fraud. I mean if we look at the business itself. Of course it's real business if we city whether the numbers are if we rely on the numbers they gave plus in the financial statements with these these further not something that you know there's going to be an investigation or something things will will you know would would be figuring out right now. It's really understanding that when you don't have a viable business model and you're going through a recession and and you're keep using the male that you'll be using in the past to Pamper your valuation a private market which is less than spying compared to market reasoning to change your mindset need to make sure that you understand that probably market it takes a different approach Yuguang through our session unique understand the context so really for me. This is a lack of understanding on the context right now so that we went through recession understanding that at the same model that used used to get to a fifty billion dollars relation is not the same to actually keep their valuation and five there and that actually when you have a viable business model. It's very eddie easy to argue whether the company is going to work them much or more

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MLB's Bill Buckner, Forever Known for October Error, Dies at 69

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MLB's Bill Buckner, Forever Known for October Error, Dies at 69

"Former major league baseball player Bill Buckner died at the age of sixty nine after a battle. With dementia, Buckner was involved in one of baseball's most shocking moments during game six of the nineteen eighty six World Series as the Boston Red Sox searched for their first title since nineteen eighteen Buckner watched a ball, roll between his legs behind the first base, bag and into right field, that allowed a walk off single by the New York Mets Mukhi Wilson it sent the teams to a game seven and an eventual Mets World Series victory. Many friends and admirers say that he also had more hits than most, but ballplayers could ever hope to get in the majors. And he should not be defined by single play.

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