18 Burst results for "Chris Collin"

"chris collin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Western month continues with a look at sergio corbu cheese the great silence until then i wanna think this week's co host chris collin collin. What is the latest with. you sir. still trying to finish a master's degree in become a librarian. But i'm when i'm not doing that stuff. I'm over at hopes serenade. Www dot hope dash serenade dot com the dashes because thanks to google wound up losing the old url and they once in a while hopefully more frequently later this summer and chris what is new in your world sir a lot. I just can't talk about a lot of it so the stuff that i can't talk about. You could check out at sea stash dot com. But i've been working on some interesting projects myself that i hope to get to talk about later this summer. Maybe even early fall but for me. It's the culture. Cast is always mike and cullen or both on their next month is next. Month is richard and cullens. First stab at programming. A month of the culture cast. We're gonna be talking about. It's it's not hot girl summer. what are they go. what is it hot girl. Summer white place summer. What is not white boy summer. It's burt reynolds summer bay. I'll forgive me about to pass out on getting not boo. I'm overheating just thinking about this. Someone turned on the ac. Oh dear dear yeah. Next month is is is the beginning of burt reynolds summer. So bring your Hairy chest and your magnificent mustaches. Because we're going to be talking about. Burt reynolds movies all month long. And you know who hasn't seen any rental movies except for dukes of hazzard and mr bean this guy. So i'm excited. Because i have never seen deliverance and i can't wait to watch it which is not something reasonable adult should be saying. I lived in fear that i am going to let you down with these. Chinese hardy programmed a month if the anyways. Let's be honest here. I think michael agree with me if the month isn't successful plan richard. Hey i wouldn't do that. Might not but we would. We'll thank you again. Guys being on the show. Thanks everybody for listening please. Head on over to the website projection booth. Podcasts dot com. You can find out more about today's episode. Also find the link over to.

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A Journey to the Strange World Beyond Our Screens

Outside Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

A Journey to the Strange World Beyond Our Screens

"Questioning. Our relationship to technology is something. We've done a lot of over the years at outside magazine and on this podcast pacific louis. We have investigated the benefits. We get when we disconnect from various devices and instead seek out connections with the natural world and with each other. If you're listening to this show that probably resonates with you it definitely resonates with the people you just heard. They are friends of the journalist. Chris collin he called them up to help us work through some of the big ideas in his curious new book. It's called off the day. The internet died a bedtime fantasy. Here's how chris explains so off is a funny picture book for adults and adult like children. It's a parable about the death of the internet and what happens to us when that occurs. If you were to look at it at first glance it looks like a sort of like a children's picture book with really interesting Beautiful slightly demented artwork. It's i even know maybe thirty something pages. It's a very slim book okay. You're a serious journalist. You've done being reported feature stories for a bunch of publications including outside and the new york times magazine and wired. So how you go from that to writing. What is very much a kind of silly book here. I think we're all a little defensive at this point in our relationship with internet. No one wants to be scolded anymore. About how we spend too much time online. No one wants to be told yet again that we need to break up with our screens or whatever there was something else that was a little more interesting to me and something that i don't think it's talked about quite enough. What gets neglected. Is this other side of ourselves at came to think of it. As our offline cells. It's just sort of slowly. Vanishing right is because of all the time we spent online so these offline selves in us. Basically we have these versions of ourselves about our lives that are not getting lived. And i think there's something valuable in being reminded the big zest

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"chris collin" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

07:08 min | 5 months ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"Now here's a fun exercise to try with some of your friends. Call them up and ask them why they hate the internet just to see what they say. The internet has ruined my life. I was a lot of time on the internet. Especially in the morning before i get outta bed. You know that feeling that you get when you're moving from one room in your home to another except halfway there you realize you completely forgotten why you got up to go to the other room. It's like a bad travel guide to the universe. You go looking for a bread recipe. And he ended up reading about serial killers. Okay but now as a much stranger in more interesting question what would they do if the internet suddenly died. Probably i would spend the first few months just staring off into the distance. And then i would learn to temper chocolate. Go back to taking random walks just leaving the house. Having no idea where. I'm going to end up in just walking. I would read more books. I could become a decent human being again. I get like go out and be erin. Brockovich and save cats in person rather than through clicks and likes. I could just get back to actually do what's important questioning. Our relationship to technology is something. We've done a lot of over the years at outside magazine and on this podcast pacific louis. We have investigated the benefits. We get when we disconnect from various devices and instead seek out connections with the natural world and with each other. If you're listening to this show that probably resonates with you it definitely resonates with the people you just heard. They are friends of the journalist. Chris collin he called them up to help us work through some of the big ideas in his curious new book. It's called off the day. The internet died a bedtime fantasy. Here's how chris explains so off is a funny picture book for adults and adult like children. It's a parable about the death of the internet and what happens to us when that occurs. If you were to look at it at first glance it looks like a sort of like a children's picture book with really interesting Beautiful slightly demented artwork. It's i even know maybe thirty something pages. It's a very slim book okay. You're a serious journalist. You've done being reported feature stories for a bunch of publications including outside and the new york times magazine and wired. So how you go from that to writing. What is very much a kind of silly book here. I think we're all a little defensive at this point in our relationship with internet. No one wants to be scolded anymore. About how we spend too much time online. No one wants to be told yet again that we need to break up with our screens or whatever there was something else that was a little more interesting to me and something that i don't think it's talked about quite enough. What gets neglected. Is this other side of ourselves at came to think of it. As our offline cells. It's just sort of slowly. Vanishing right is because of all the time we spent online so these offline selves in us. Basically we have these versions of ourselves about our lives that are not getting lived. And i think there's something valuable in being reminded the big zest in getting back in touch with the version of me that likes to get off the train in a new city and not take out my phone and nowhere. I'm going the version of me. That goes for a hike and cannot be reached by phone or by text simply saying those things out loud things that we would like to be doing. But we're not doing because of the internet. I think there's real power in that. Chris is certainly a big believer in the power of the spoken word. He's worked with producers to turn some of his best magazine work into brilliantly funny and moving live stage performances and so while he is not an expert in how human brains were lives change when we spend the majority of our waking hours online. He does bring a unique kind of ambitious creativity to the topic. He wrote off his mock children's bedtime book about the internet in a kind of biblical verse. And then he arranged for a very special reading of it on the day. The screens went dog all of creation with quired but also allow squirrels. Screeching and jay's terrific and dry leaves scrape it across the street thought leith into why had i not heard such sounds before i gave us to tweet of them then remembered high. No can do ella will. That was not the voice of god. it was also not the voice of morgan. Freeman playing the voice of god. I wanted to hire morgan freeman but turns out. I'm not friends with morgan freeman. He's also really expensive. If you're looking to hire him to voice your adult picture book right. So instead. I went online and i found an impersonator Turns out the internet is great for finding morgan. Freeman impersonators very easily and cheaply right. Because you never know when something you might need so thank god for the internet. But but here's the thing. Okay you're fake morgan. Freeman read a passage. That i feel underscores. Something that at least tiered outside magazine. We care a lot about which is that. The internet prevents us from being connected to the natural world a lot of the time. So is that what happened to you does. Did this comes any kind of your own personal experience. Yeah i mean. I think we're all familiar with the basic way that the internet comes between us and nature know. We're just too busy doing things on the internet to to remember to go out and hike on saturday morning but there are other ways to that. I i was seeing warp my relationship with the outdoors i would be going for an adventure in some new place and i would get there and i realize i knew exactly what it looked like even though i had never been before and that sort of depressing and then there's this other phenomenon happens and this is embarrassing to talk about but this is sort of how the book sort of popped into my head. Initially i was up in point reyes in northern california i had walked out onto this little bluff over this gorgeous estuary. I was alone had no work to do. It was like your quintessential lovely moment with nature. And i sit down on this rock. I remember sitting there for a minute. Being struck by how beautiful was two minutes. Be being struck by how subline it was. And then the third minute comes around and i feel that.

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"chris collin" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"chris collin" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"My question was big Ben Big Ben seems to be just like the player was pre you know elbow or shoulder surgery, and whatever he had, and what better organization seriously is better at drafting wide receivers in the Pittsburgh steelers it's a revolving door Antonio Brown comes in and now Mike Wallace comes in and out you know all these guys just keep. In and out right hines word in and out, and all they do is somehow draft another really good receive right we they lost Antonio Brown and last year was just Ju and everyone was like Oh this wide receiver enough now deontay Johnson looks like a stud cheese clay pull out of Notre Dame looks like an absolute stud I don't think better organization. Drafting specific positional trying to think are there any other teams that consistently have a really good positional group I'm trying to think I think the way New England drafts quarterbacks is probably up there Jimmy Garoppolo Jacoby considerable starting caliber quarterbacks office Jimmy's you just went to a super bowl not to mention Brady and whoever they eventually draft. So I probably put New England's quarterback drafting up there I'd like I, just mentioned Pittsburgh's. Wide Receiver drafting is absolutely ridiculous and Yeah. Those two are. But specifically San Francisco the excuse me specifically Pittsburgh the way they draft wide receivers they looked like absolute studs they come in at number six, the Pittsburgh steelers are five no coming in at number five is their division rivals were kinda coming up on a pattern a little bit here the Baltimore Ravens they're five and one I cannot wait I believe it's the same week actually I think it's not this week but the week after I believe week eight, we're finally getting our first matchup between Ravens and steelers there's some rumors are gonna be it could be flexed the Sunday night. Absolutely love that that's going to be A. Phenomenal game in I. Think this is the best both Baltimore and Pittsburgh have been a long time usually when they're both really good one team is clearly better than the other. I don't see that this year I'm not saying Baltimore's clearly better than Pittsburgh not saying that Pittsburgh's clearly better than than the multiple I? Think they're honestly tied I think Baltimore's a little bit worse than they were last year maybe addition the Gabrielle changed that plus maybe if Brian passed his physical and work his way up the depth chart as well but Pittsburgh man that defense is legit do everything they can to stop Lamar Jackson and if If Pittsburgh can get a lead on Baltimore. They could run away with it I really like this Pittsburgh. Baltimore sort of rivalry this year, I think it's the best. It's been in years right now it's slight but I'm GONNA put the Ravens ahead of the steelers because I haven't seen the steelers do it to like that team that really really good team. It's this weekend they're playing the titans at they beat the titans they will come up this list one hundred percent, but I'm not too confident they can do that just yet. So steelers at six ravens at five coming in at number four, we're getting in the top four teams now of the NFL so far in my opinion top. Four number four Tampa Bay buccaneers coming off a huge win thirty eight to ten win over the Green Bay packers I think mentioned this in the my last episode on their best day. I. Think Tampa Bay might be the best team in the entirely Todd Bowles coached up this defense to the potentially number one defense in the getting their number one right now I bet they'll finish the season around top five ish is my guess this offense when it's clicking, we Mike Evans gets going with Chris Collin gets back and healthy rob Gronkowski starting to look like the guy they signed more than. Just a block or now caught a touchdown had seventy plus receiving yards when this team is fully clicking on offense and defense and everybody's healthy. For Tampa, Bay I'm not sure there's anybody that is better bay coming in at number four with a record of foreign to coming in at number three. Our next undefeated team on the list Tennessee titans man we gotta start giving credit to my well, he's a top three coaching football. He is just right now he's up there with Bela checking Andy Reid. He just is this team is undefeated. They have recaptured the magic of last season with. Ryan Tannehill taking a to another step. Absolutely unbeatable. Right now, when it comes to run game, nobody can stop their offensive line and Derrick Henry Ryan. Tannehill has seemed to take a step up. Then he was last year he's he's playing better this year than he was last year Asia Brown looks really really good this year as well that defense after adding clowney has taken another step. This Tennessee Titans team is legit. They can win a super bowl. I. Fully believe that Tennessee Titans I understand our quarterback and he's not considered this worldly talent that maybe Lamar Russell and and Patrick Mahomes as. We gotta keep a real this. Is Not Ryan Tannehill we saw in Miami, this is a completely different Ryan. He's an elite level quarterback right now he's an MVP candidate he's one to percent MVP candidate and I think he could win it. I think it's GonNa come down to him and also Wilson the Tennessee Titans are legit this year I expect them to be in the AFC championship game if not further when it comes to play off time that team is insane they know what their identities they know no team knows their identity more perfects it better right now, Tennessee that used to be New England for years and years..

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"chris collin" Discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Radiolab

"Got. Fletcher from Tennessee you're amazing. You Talk. To me every. Lou. Wow Thank you for taking on that journey and also Fix To. McEwen rates cusack who helped Lulu produced what you just heard into the entire radio lab team the Road Shotgun with Lulu all night screen calls talked to people who called in Tracy Hunt Shimon I Mali webster and McEwen Sarkar Tobin low also big thanks to Fletcher Lee Johnson and his mom Elaine Boyd and to six feet of separation the publication by and four kids where we found Fletcher sleep meditation. Thanks to Chris Collin Alex Wong Lavar Burton musician West Swing Kelly Libby Libby. Antigen. Wang. Who helped with reporting for this show? And finally, big. Shout out to our friends at reply all who do a mean Colin show? Like this, we highly recommend you check out their episode old. Hello I'm Jaboomer Rod and I we will Miller thanks for listening the by. Is Grace calling from Chicago Illinois Radio lab was created by Jad album rod and is edited by Thorne Wheeler Lulu Miller, and lots of not there are co host. Dylan. Keefe is our director of sound design doozy Lechtenberg executives pretty. Our staffing include Simon Adler Jeremy Bloom Becca bressler Rachel Cue stick David Gable. That'll have T-. Tracy Hunt not guilty tobin low and in the Sarah, Tari area black hat walters, and molly webster with help from Shima Oli Sarah sound thought and Johnny. Fact Checker is Michelle Harris. So Hi my name is Anne McEwen I'm a producer at radio lab and I wanted to talk about this thing we do at Regula. I I. Like it. We have this thing it's a newsletter big surprise shows newsletter, but ours I think is Pretty Fun Oh. It's so fun. Matt guilty producer radio. What is your favorite part of the newsletter? My favorite part of the newsletter is I. It's getting it and seeing it in my inbox and then second it's opening and third is just hitting page down on my keyboard till I get to the very bottom email. You know it's at the bottom of the email. Staff. Fix It. which is like how great is that? It's great stuff stuff that we like stuff window what are your favorites? Some of his picks there was the one video where it was like seventeen babies on a hamster wheel. Really. Are the article about the guy who eight seventeen burritos. Okay What's your favorite Steph pick my favorite one ever. Well, it's hard to say one of my favorite ones ever was Robert Talking in delightful detail about the great sausage duel of eighteen sixty, five classic sick Molly's Bedbug. Pajamas. That was a scary. Tracy's pastor recipe which I did not make because I. Don't really cook but I'm just proud of her actually it's it's really simple. This is online. Announced Candidates Mehta's five tablespoons of butter a pins assault an onion, and you cook it in a pan for forty five minutes. All right. Thank you Tracy until you? Everybody's loving positive. Definitely that woman this guy sure this wonderful. Tasty Pasta. Every. Day. Helping, and we newsletter as cool stuff in it like Steph pigs and also tells you in an episode is drop as free. It's free So we're just kind of here to say like you should sign up sign up and you can sign up in about thirty seconds at Rehab Dot Org slash newsletter or texts are L. News Radio News two, seven, zero, one, zero, one that's our L. News two, seven, zero, one, zero one and thank you. This here has turned out very differently than many athletes thought it would since the season is canceled, they don't feel as though they they're obviously taking that salary. Do. How Football. Wasn't dollar football. Walk. I'm ANA sale host of the PODCAST death sex and money in our new series game changer. We're talking to three athletes about how the endemic has upended their lives and livelihoods listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"chris collin" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Signal

"And a big part of the problem here as far as Vanezis is to do with the fact of everything being on one centralized set because the government has awarded the APPS data storage contract to Amazon. And that's how the company plans to do things. But it's not the only way because Google and apple also working on a similar system but without that same vulnerability and I think it's highly significant than that other countries like Germany and Switzerland adopting a decentralized model adapted around the new process from apple and Google. That is coming out. That will mean it's not just a different big database hosted by apple and Google. It's a completely decentralized system in which there isn't a central place where this information gets stored at the very least the Amazon. Seva loons list of contacted everybody who was infected and it has enough information should happen to have a way of acquiring information scored on the Pistons. Fine it has enough information to Decrypt Information Mundi. That person was close to. It haven't been affected the apple and Google solutions fundamentally different reasons a single interesting facts. There aren't any collections of entities except the fines. That heavy the information necessary to identify the context of stored on a Pistons Five. Okay and we've been talking in the abstract about Australian governments in general but what about the government in particular? What is its record like when it comes to handling these sorts of sensitive data sets? Well unfortunately there's a bit of a history of making mistakes and not being entirely honest about my research group with Chris. Collin and Ben Rubenstein was the group that identified that a Medicare and Dasa in which the Department of Health published nearly three million people's complete Medicare and pay records online. Back in two thousand sixteen was actually very easily identifiable. The encryption of the doctors wasn't done properly and the the patient was actually really is now. Unfortunately although the Department of Health was honest about that easy decryption of the doctors I never really been completely honest about the easy route implications patients. So there's a good two and a half million. Australians at his complete previously identifiable Medicare and PBS records published online and. They still haven't been talked in. That context a field. It's really really important for us to have a lot more transparency about how the fat really works. 'cause we still knife show what's actually happening on the service side. For example we know what happens in trist together because the Singaporeans of my this civic completely openly available for public inspection. But we still haven't got any code that tells us what the is doing. So if I've made another mistake and they've just missed their encryption game. There's no way for us to detect that figure it out. You want to mark the government's homework well it do. Yeah exactly and we already saying even just from the APP for already saying some really constructive examination from people who know a lot more about Bluetooth than I do. Who figuring out some details about how to improve the white works and bluejays. If the government made the civic openly available for public inspection by the rest of us then we'd be able to look at it and understand with mistakes and helping fix Saddam in a way that in cracked everybody okay. So we've talked about the vulnerability of this data set to governments. What about some of those other parties that we talked about who might want to? I guess hacking you mentioned that we don't have proper is yet on the way that daughter is encrypted but from what we do know how secure it. We don't know for sure Amazon. Sittin reasonable reputation for making ed at least as hot as anybody else for random house things on the other hand. We deny that there are some foreign nations in particular that are very sophisticated and have the potential to break into things that are extremely well defended castrating strating right so and you can. You can see why a crispell design would be one. That just didn't have that. What you just said the sugar pot on the table in the first place. If we didn't have that central server we wouldn't have to wonder about with Amazon's pretty good protections Besa than for example. The Chinese government's probably very sophisticated capacity to breaking.

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"chris collin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"That you can have long term lung problems from coordinating. We knew people could have lung problems. We did not know people could have permanent lung problems. That as well is something we did not know. We ASSUMED LUNGS WOULD HEAL. But now we're learning that covert nineteen we. Now let's be. Let's be careful here. Let me be careful. We know for example that Cova nineteen can give you pneumonia in the MONJA can cause lung. Permanent Lung scarring. We knew that but we did not know is that Cova nineteen in addition to the pneumatics new Monja like scarring we could actually have additional scarring from Cova. Nineteen that is separate and apart from pneumonia. That's something new. So loss of smell is something we've learned in the last month. Cloudiness something we've learned last month. Heart damage is something we have learned the last two months there. In fact that that's the number one cause of death from covert nineteen is not suffocation of your lungs to actually heart damage actually heart attack because your blood oxygen level drops so much you get a heart attack in fact an overwhelming number of people who leave the hospital in our cleared fall over dead within a week of art attack. That's something we didn't know three months ago but in the last two months we figured out and then there's the liver damage and the kidney damage there. There's the lung there's the permanent lung damage in non ammonia-like ways none of these things. We knew a month ago. So there's clearly a lot about this. We don't know and so it's clearly incumbent on us to keep learning as much as we possibly can. So I'm encouraged. I am encouraged by all of the studies showing us that the viruses more widespread you. You may hear that as a bad thing. What do you mean this virus more widespread but if the viruses more widespread that means that the hospital rate is less than twenty percent that means that the mortality rate is less than five percent three percent of the United States four percent in Georgia but we also now know and I was talking to a to an an a guy yesterday. Who would know this? I can't tell you who I was talking to. I'm afraid but he said if you have a positive blood type you're more likely to get the virus and they don't know why if you're minority you're more likely to get the virus and they don't know if it's community behavior or if there's there's some genetic issue and by community behavior you know for all the talk about Evangelical Churches not closing his black churches across the country that are the ones that have Most likely are likely to stay open in the black communities. Disproportionately affected is there causation. Correlation that they haven't figured that out yet they're thinking there's actually genetic issue not a community spread issue so we don't know a lot of stuff only yesterday. Did we learn at the White House briefing? That heat really does have an impact on the virus. That that's an. Was it open question until yesterday? We're also learning that ISOPROPYL. Alcohol kills the virus in thirty seconds and bleach takes up the five minutes. That's something we learned yesterday. All of the stuff is new so when study after study after study after study after study that five studies come out and say it looks like there's more widespread community spread even though there are flaws even though the antibody testing we should say Haredi. This is good news. It means the viruses deadliest. We thought but we still have to be careful. We still have to be careful because there's so much we don't know about the virus in fact we also know in this new in the last week. It appears that the Europeans have a strain of covert nineteen. That's actually more deadly than the one in the United States. That's the latest speculation that the virus mutated in different ways in different countries. And they don't know why they're so much we don't know but there's reason to be optimistic. We shouldn't be scared by it but we should also understand. Let's still not overplay or underplay this. Let's keep with the facts instead of the speculation as best. We can all right the phone number here. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I WANNA go to Chris. Collin from the great fine city of Warner robins that will not stop growing a Chris. Hello Hi there hello. This is factually clip. I'm sorry my callscreener I lock him after this is over he wrote Chris get flocking. All right I was just calling. Ah We got a couple of points one is. I'm over sixty five so the we almost have to run from getting the flu. Shot when you go to the doctor's office so that automatically helps prevent deaf rights in our country. Now that's what we're striving for in this Kobe. Get the seniors especially up to speed on. That second point is talked to my daughter length yesterday. She's an rn so it was her husband and Middle Georgia and. She's saying that you know they're having people coming in and have been done. You know you've got a bad heart like my daddy did when he died of congestive heart failure but if they test them and they got a little bit of Kobe two semesters a covert nineteen when it was truly a heart and But my point to her was specially if these people don't have insurance they're getting paid for Clinton minute a covert. She said thirty five thousand dollars to go into uh so you get more than a homeless or whatever and don't have any insurance so there's clip because this is a real problem that we're GonNa have moving forward is because hospitals are under the cares at going to get more money if they have either primary or secondary Cova nineteen coating on. What that means is that if someone comes in They have a gunshot. They get tested for covert nineteen their humor gene from a gun shot if the hospital says they also had covert nineteen even though they died of the gunshot wound. They're going to get extra funding from the federal government. They shouldn't have done that. Because it is probably GONNA make hospitals place but a I I have a reason for the heart one because this is the one that comes with the most people they got a heart attack but they had covert nineteen. They're listing cove. Nineteen is the primary cause not the heart attack which came first chicken or the egg There there is a there's a real issue with covert nineteen in the heart. And that's why they're doing it. It's not I hope everyone will understand this that that it's not hospitals trying to system. They've been doing this now for a couple of months and the reason that they've been doing it for a couple must goes back to what I was saying before the break. The number one cause of death from covert nineteen is a heart attack. And I know there will be some of you out there because I can feel it in the force right now saying wokers there. Coating everybody is govind with a dive. Artefact no Here's what happens. It's it's gruesome actually and I've been hesitant to describe it because I knew their kids listening. What happens is your lungs. Which are very much like have the consistency of cream. They begin to harden into the texture of a marshmallow and covert nineteen progresses. Your lungs go from being the consistency of whipped cream to the consistency of a marshmallow to the consistency of a stale marshmallow and oxygen cannot then get through into your blood and your body. Slowly begins to starve itself of oxygen. You begin to suffocate. Now you get better and your heart has been damaged by covert nineteen because your lungs filled with fluid and you've been slowly drowning in pus in your lungs. They have cleared it up. Your lungs have scars. There are some parts of it still still hard but you no longer tests positive. You're breathing has come back. This is one of the weird things they haven't out the disease they have people with fifty percent blood oxygenation which should be fatal who are up walking around fine. Not even out of breath. They don't know why but they clear you. You go home from the hospital and within a week you drop dead of a heart attack. Their coating that has Kovic nineteen because that is a pattern because of the thousands and thousands of people who have died around the world about half of them have died of a heart attack due to heart damage from oxygen deprivation due to the virus. And so that's being coded as a covert nineteen debt. That's that's why so many people who were having heart attacks or the way. I hope that makes sense to you. The Way You die from cove. Nineteen in most cases is not that you drown in your own. Plus which is the second most likely reason you dye your lungs. Fill up with plus and you die. It's because your body's heart is broken because of the virus and you have a heart attack and die. It's great to have a sponsor of the program that I don't even have to read a script for anything you know. They send scripts but I don't have to have one with quip because quip is my toothbrushes. My Wife's toothbrushes my daughter's now my son's toothbrush. We are one hundred percent quip household and our family. And I will tell you. Why because with some of those vibrating fancy Doodad toothbrushes? They're super expensive. You have to take a charger with you. They're hard to keep up with The the brush head size is so big and poorly designed it as a fit in the back of.

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"chris collin" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"The book was figuring out how to present this guy. Look Richard Shank does not work in professional baseball and he's never going to work in professional baseball because no team would ever have someone like that on their staff why he is the way he is so we're talking about what's better approach. I'll never gonNA really believe that being like Richard Shank per Is Sort of the the right approach? Now he says that his attitude online is just his filter and it's how he determines which players really serious about working with him and I also should say that Richard Shank that if you meet him in real life which I have quite a few times. He's nothing like he is on the Internet. And that makes it all the more appaling. So I don't really advise being a professional Internet troll. I don't really think it's the best way to teach the teach anything but who who am I to judge. He taught Aaron judge so I wonder how much you wrestled with the structure of your story because that was something that Travis. A night spent so much time considering. How do you tell the story? Because it's not like moneyball. For instance the story of one team or one executive or even one season or something. It's really spread out there. All these different figures who were sort of doing things maybe independently or related but at different times and different seasons and different players and that can be jarring potentially for a reader. If you don't do it right. And then there's the history aspect too and jumping back and forth in time. So how did you figure out how to do that? And did you go through Multiple structures before you settled on this one. It was the hardest thing of writing the buck. Yeah was figuring that out and I don't know if this was the right approach or not but for me what it was was I I for most of the process. I literally didn't even consider the structure. Actually we're going to get into the writing process. What I I did once. I narrow down who I wanted to write about. I knew there is primarily four coaches each of whom have one primary clients that I wanted to work once. I figured that out I said Okay for now. Let's just take these four separate stories? I'm GonNa tell the stories of these four people in their in their pupils. These eight human beings. Nanga tell their stories separately. I add separate sort of documents where I said this is my Craig Walbrook story and this is my Doug Laddis story and this is my Richard Shanks during a road. It like. It was a big magazine story. Essentially however many thousands of words it took the right at once. I had all four of them. Then it was okay now to find a way to massage these together. Where do they flow? Fortunately I had a very good editor William Morrow that was able to sort of help me a little bit with it and figuring out where to splice it together. It felt a little bit at times like sort of building Frankenstein's monster where you're taking like an eyeball from here and hair from here and uneven here. But I I hope it worked out in the end. I hope it's not too confusing. I was like my big fear. Will people be able to follow all these different stories at the same time? Yeah outlining it worked for me but I went through that same experience so I was probably more sympathetic than the average person but Another thing that I think we both dealt with was trying to tell the stories of people are teams who have been kind of discredited for various reasons. Whether fairly or not so in our case for instance. The Astros have been player-development innovators when it comes to teams and adopting implementing some of these ideas not as an independent facility but as an actual NLP ORGANIZATION. They are also cheaters in for sure. And you know in the case of your book you wrote about Marlon Byrd and Chris Cabello and both of them were people who reinvented their swings and had much improved results but then also tested positive for PD's and in birds case multiple times and you know the Astros we know cheated the players we can never really know for sure and they've maintained their innocence but a lot of people look at the Astros and say well. They're good because they cheated and a lot of people look at Burton Allen saved. They're good because they were taking. Pete is an it can be both you know you can be innovative. You can be better. And also cheaters had but that's a kind of a hard thing to relate or convince people of so. How did you approach that? You know it was tough. It was really tough to try to navigate that recognize. There's always going to be people that are not gonNA take say Chris. Caldelas changes seriously because of the fact that he tested positive for P. D.'s. And there's no way around it. It's just a fact he did you kind of have to just own it and figure out how to handle it so. I thought of it this way. There's a couple of things one like anyone. That's seen Chris. Callapollo hit with the Blue Jays and before the Blue Jays could say with their own naked. Is clearly this guy. Did something different? His swing was different. He made big changes. There's absolutely no question that he made changes. So that is just a fact so you could always point that out and say these are the changes that he made because you could see them. The other issue becomes the more complicated one of well did he really take. Pd's or not and that's a question. I can't answer. I spent a lot of time with Chris. Collin Bello and he is told me in great detail his story about that positive tests and why it happened and everything that's associated with it and I think all I could do as a writer in his writing. The story is putting it all out there and leaving it to readers to decide what they think. Do they believed him or not? Only really matters if I believe whether Chris Kalibbala took. Pd's or not or whether Marlon Byrd took these or not. I could say they both have interesting stories when you talk to them about it. You just try to presented sympathetically as you can and see if in let people decide what they want to believe about it and additionally there's also from a narrative perspective does serve a little bit of like drama to the story where it does plant that seed of doubt in people's minds. What Chris Kalla Bello would happen to him as real what happened to Merlin Bird Israel but then you know Justin Turner also worked with said. He hasn't tested positive for P. D.'s. And he had incredible success because of Marlin bird like these people despite their flaws or shortcomings are the things that they did or didn't do they still are part of the story. They added to sort of the hidden conversation. I think that's valuable no matter what the truth is right. So something else we both dealt with was the question of whether optimal baseball is better baseball from an entertainment perspective and of course a lot of people think that throughout comes baseball's less entertaining. There's fewer policy and play. There's less defensive action there's less based running etc and some people like homers and some people. Don't but I think the question that I have there is a perception that the quote unquote launch. Angle swing is geared toward home runs but also strikeouts that. You can't have one with the other and I wonder to what extent you think that's true because clearly there are some players who may be go toward more of a an uppercut swing and there is a tradeoff there where it's less contact but perhaps better contact when they do make contact but does that have to be the case because you know this upward swing is really just about meeting the ball on the trajectory that it's coming in and you're trying to keep the bat in zone for a longer period of time. Which in theory could help you in contact as well as power. So is there a trade off there? Does there have to be or can you have both things? I completely disagree with this perception that the rise in strikeouts baseball's a product of batters trying to swing for the fences or proton quote launch angle swings. There's a few reasons. Why sort of anecdotally look guys who change their swings. Domhnall strike out a ton. Let's look at Justin Turner. Just as an example. He has made incredible. Changes to a swing has had incredible. Success Hits power hits average in twenty seventeen thousand five hundred forty three plate appearances strikeout fifty six times in two thousand eighteen. He struck out fifty. Four Times to Daniel Murphy comes to mind as well as a guy that made major changes to his swing. Hits FOR POWER HAS A ton of extra-base hits. Opiates as well over nine. Hundred for a couple of years striking out in. Twenty Sixteen Fifty Seven Times in Twenty eight hundred forty times in limited action. It doesn't have to be one of the other. I think people like saying it does because they want to attribute something for the rise in strikeout. I don't think people really want to attribute what I think. Is the real reason for the rise in strike outs baseball? Which to me has much more to do with pitching dance with hitting wedding. People have to understand and don't quite appreciate enough is there is a reason why hitters across baseball view. The home run as necessary for survival. It's because pitching now is so ridiculously. Good guys throw so hard. The slider seemed to defy the laws of physics. You never face the tired pitcher because we have much better bullpen optimization. Now every picture that you face in the game today is essentially optimize to get you and you alone out. And then add in the fact that because defensive positioning in advances in that realm. It's even harder to find grass when you put the ball in play. Therefore the idea of stringing together three hits for hits or more in an innings score runs as possible and theory. But it's really really hard with pitching this good. The best way to score is a do it with one swing. And that's why you see batters trying to hit more home runs but because of that quality of pitching yeah there's gotta be strikeouts. It really goes both ways. Do I think that there's maybe too many strikeouts in the game right now for it to be as aesthetically pleasing as it could be. Maybe I think there's a real valid argument there but I also know that the old way of thinking which is strike outs were shameful. And they were to be avoided at all costs. That also was wrong was clearly I mean? He watched older games from the seventies or earlier. Yeah the game. Move faster part because guys were swinging at everything because the goal is just to put the ball in play clearly a better offensive approach is that it's okay to take a striker two or K- to strike out and wait for pitch. You could drive. There's probably a middle ground here between lifts swing and everything and hit the ball in play and hit ground balls the shortstop every time in let's strike out ten billion times a season. There's probably somewhere in between but I I just fundamentally disagree with the idea that hitters and their approach or responsible for what's happened with all the strike outs in baseball. Yeah I agree that it's definitely not the bulk of it that yes maybe if you're not trying to make contact at all costs than you are occasionally accepting a strikeout where you wouldn't have otherwise because you are trying to hit the ball hard but I agree that that most of it is pitching. It's just very hard to hit pitchers these days..

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"chris collin" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer

Buccaneers Observer

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer

"He was not he going to fall now blowing trying to pick that thing back by then all the lions fans were gone which I get. That stadium was empty. I now I feel for lines fans man. I've always had a soft spot for them. I like Matt Stafford and it was really weird. We had a little the two minutes left. We got the ball we victory formation with Ryan Griffin out there and then we did it four times turn it over on downs. They had thirty five seconds left or something like that. They did the kneel down here but still never give up like that. I don't think I think it sends the wrong message to the team. That's what it was. The Chicago game name was last year with Qatar. That's what I said. Last six minutes left he started around the ball round the clock out and we were down twenty points or something. I can't remember and he he just gave eh six minutes left and I said that's it. He's you know he's GonNa lose a team like that you can't you have to fight and fight you know and even even when you're down to three scores wars of thirty five seconds left you go. You never know what's GonNa Happen in full moment. You never know I mean the Atlanta Falcons got three E. onside kicks. Yeah couple weeks ago. One was called back penalty but they got to to write back to back and Matt Ryan when out there in late in awe. I'll be surprised if they hang on him this at the end of the year. He's just had a really crappy. Happy Year what do you think about Janus game but I think the I think either in debt. Oh most definitely there are some things he needs to improve on. Of course. He's he's always needed to improve on these three things up said to we drafted by it with the rest of the team. Rallying around him other snapping snapping up exactly offensive. Line did good today. I was shaky there to start off with but you know you get plenty of time to throw in Nice pockets. But the defense is really stepping up and in making up for Timothy Winstons deficiencies right like that. Interception didn't Detroit gets the ball backing. They go three now. They actually lost. George they got an interception us lost five yards three plays and then put it back to himself to didn't really happen. And Tamers t be able to overcome losing and Mike Evans. And then Chris God win Roy Mike Evans played with Johnny Manziel in College. And it was completely evident that Mike Evans was the reason why Johnny Manziel played as good as he did to. That fell and weren't playing together. You could tell who is carrying that tandem. You can't say that about James Winston now. You can't say Mike. Mike Gavin hasn't played two games. Now and James Winstons put forward and fifty plus yards two games names these past that anybody anybody can catch the ball. James Woods is going to get you the ball so you can't blame. You can't say the receivers are what makes Jameis Winston and I would have to say it's the exact opposite wisdom's making receivers. Although Mike Evans I think he could probably if you could make Johnny Manziel look you can make anybody look Yeah Oh yeah. He's absolutely an elite receiver. Yes yes he is. And you know the combination between Hill and Jameis Winston. You've been for the next few years. That's that's GonNa be an unstoppable duo and that we got Chris Godwin in there which I love Godwin because he is so physical does not look like he's. There's a lot more slender than Mike Evans. Says I feel like like Mike. Adams is a little bulkier and Chris. Evans just looks very lean by Chris Chris Christie team. I wish the shield in there did we ever tell this story about going and seeing the store on one anyway now and that's story for another time. Maybe the off season Glossman Trade Chris Collin he does not look like a physical player but he is so hard to take down he has constantly philly breaking tackles evading tacklers. It's really impressive. Like Mike Evans. He is big but he slow and he can get tackled. He's he's not a yarns after the Cat Guy Goggin as we haven't had one of those down plus Chris is a great blocker you know. He's very physical he's out there you know. He's not a Julio Jones level blocking but he's out there doing a good Dang job I think he likes contact depression too because he doesn't look like receiver but he really is Chris. God we're GonNa out was a shame because there was a stamp posted on the twelfth right before the game that Chris Godwin has seen the most targets without a single drop to seasonal one hundred thirteen targets and he has not passed yet really second in the NFL where he was second in the NFL with twelve. Hundred twelve receiving yards and nine touchdowns so hopefully he'll be able to come back and answer the staff if not. He's had a really good head. A great year. Put Tim up there with the with the elitism in the game. The ten long has played for the Tampa. Bay buccaneers. All of them were over twenty yards for the Detroit. Lions only had three plays ladies that were over twenty dollars how they only had nine plays that. Were overtaken unbelievable. All we had over ten twenty plus your incredible so we had more twenty yard plays than they did ten years ten plus yard place. Well Wanna I WANNA give a shout out to Britney one of the captains of the Tampa Bay buccaneers cheerleaders. She has gone to the pro bowl. How do they select that person and no idea idea well good for Brittany represent had they set the pro bowl? WHO's GonNa win the players? Keep out in kidney any spell and I think that's how well the player or the fan voting only thirty percent of the total votes right. It's the players the right. I don't Allah. How Fares put all the popular contest India? Because I mean if Evans Godwin Berit Winston and and Vida don't go to the pro ball. It's obvious it's all popularity and we know they're not going to go to the pro bowl shack definitely needs to go. Mike Evans definitely needs to go. Oh beat them. I don't know that many defensive tackles it or nose tackle. Our position is defined right to once you have that good a stance you know air. On course he's GonNa go check better go. They've sack leader and now he's been the sackler all year I think he's he was tied for a little while he might have fallen down in half at one point right I think so. That's quite impressive. Man or teams impressive. Continue their fun to. Why even announcer said even now said that I liked it when Lavar David made one of T. f. l.? I think it was a hit on that tight end. And it was like you could hear the head on the broncos. They replayed it. And what are the announcers. We're like listen to him. He's jacked and ages going off and the announcer was. I was just going on about how it's awesome to see that when a player gets like that so it was cool. Well our next opponent is the Houston. Texans that's going doing to build a Saturday guys about this because yesterday I felt like my whole day was just sitting around woodland my thumbs until the last point off your from. Yeah you know and we were talking about this earlier that normally at this point during the season we're not excited for the Games. We're just excited for them to be over because normally they're so bad at this point in the season where it is ready. I was excited for the game today. Tale you almost hit it. Exactly you predicted could forty two seventeen. The score was thirty. Eight seventeen so cops kudos to you. You said thirty to seventeen so if we're going by prices right rules island over over thirty to twenty one thirty to twenty one. I should've just let you give me more props. Shut my mouth so yeah. I can't pretty close the Houston. beat the Tennessee Titans today so they are trying to win their division right. It's still close. The titans are only one game down on the Texans but they're coming to the buccaneers. Yeah I know last two home games we are done with rogue gains. We finished five and three on the season on the road road. Yeah we had a good run and we. We got a lot of mileage to do this. I think most in NFL history ridiculous. They need to make the Patriots do that next year as punishment for other teams. Yeah we watch the video of the Viagra for and the bengals security guy. He was filming and they were like. What are you doing there? You can't you can't okay. Here's the thing does. The Patriots really need help beating the right not to be the Bengal things out because anyone thinks with the bucks needed to beat the bengals. I don't think so. Come on us to in Texas to come into the House fighting. They'RE GONNA THEY'RE GONNA be fighting playing for. I guess the play for Deandre Hopkins was held pretty well today right yardage region staff. Yeah with the Texans so you know maybe we can get a blueprint from that but they did win so watch some film on the Texans as weak the close close game twenty four twenty one with Houston beating the Tennessee. Titans deandre Hopkins ended up with a six or seven hundred nineteen yards no touchdowns though that's really the difference. There can still hawked all the touchdown throwing two or three receptions three targets gowdy at thirty five yard five yards yards in two touchdowns Deandra. I'M GONNA leave isn't a first round of the playoffs so don't forget. The game is on Saturday. One PM. Elm You'd get worried out all the buccaneer fans diehard they're gonNA know but there are some people out there who are not going to be aware of that so let lemesurier late everybody now be nice to have a a pack stadium the the Choi Lions only half fifty six thousand people show up in their sixty thousand was sixty five hundred sixty five thousand and it didn't uneven look like that much now. That's their official. The official paid numbers. But like I said a lot of a lot of corporations buy season tickets then. People don't go so so next week should be a pretty good barometer for where we are at WE'RE GONNA go in limping because of all the injuries I think our defense is really gonNA have to step it up. Not that they haven't been stopping it up but this is a different caliber team than what we've seen in the last few weeks we were to in six at week. Eight eight nine nine we gave us but and we are seven and seven now lost one day and that was against. It's the saints team very proud. I'm happy happy with another. Isn't that a full month of being proud and welcome my chest out mccullers hours with no humility December is a good month for the bucks finally for the play offs but yeah terroists kind commissioning month. If we would've won that giant's Game Bruin won the giants game and the Tennessee game both two games. We should should have won the giants game in particular because we only lost that by put literally and we'd be right in it we'd be right in the middle of the hunt but a spilt milk. We're GONNA get football team. They're entertaining to watch the beating people. Silly look at hope especially for next year. Just imagine what do with a full a few upgrades or just a full year in the system. Yeah yeah everybody getting more used to each other heavily. We've got a lot of continuity to keep people our any that's going to wrap it up for us if you want to stay. Listen to Bruce Arians Post Post game press conference. We'll have it at the end of the podcast here. Great Game Today Been Fun to watch. It's good to see us. Beat down another team always enjoy that we played well. I think I think you're going to be hearing US talked about all off season as the team to watch. So buccaneers fans. Hold your head up high stick chest out wait colors proud and till next time box another game..

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"chris collin" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"They're mclovin if you can't okay if you could watch only one of these two players the rest of the season. Lamar Jackson or Luca Danni sixty three percent Lamar Jackson. We'll talk to the niners. All pro tight end George kibble. He will join US coming coming up at the top of the hour. We make way for Rich Eisen the NFL network host and host of the rich Eisen show and direct. TV's audience network also the host of the NFL. One one hundred all time team. That series airs Friday at eight PM Eastern along with Chris Collin Worth and Bill Belichick and the list of finalists will be revealed tonight on. ESPN rich good morning. What's been the most surprising reaction to the list so far? Oh I don't know if I've had a surprising reaction I i. Ah Ah 'cause I was expecting people to say well. That's that's That's the way ballot check is I I thought that I get that. And then I knew that certain you you know people That would have an issue with the running backs list not having a single player who played their entire career in the twenty first century on on it that the player of the running backs group of all twelve to step off the field most recently was Emmett Smith so and he's been in the hall of fame for quite some time now so I was expecting all of that And I don't know I'm just. I'm just thrilled. That people have really gotten into it. certainly with the with the show airing on a Friday night so It was great to shoot DP. We did it at. NFL films back in May NFL films Can do great work when they have Two days to turn something around. They had six months at this. And the Ad Edit Bay. So it's it's just been great and I'm I'm fired up that it's finally here. How do you think history is going to look back on Frank? Gore's career I I. I think people will look back on it and saying why isn't he in the hall of fame you know I hope he does get in. I think he deserves it. But he's he wasn't on any commercials commercials. He's not the guy that's the go to guy by the media afterwards. He's a soft spoken dude Who just keeps going? And in in the era in which the thirty something running back as opposed to be cast aside and no longer effective he just keeps doing it he. He's still is the last thousand yard Russia for the Indianapolis Colts And we're not even talking about the forty niners who for whom He had a one hundred yard rushing and touchdown game in the Super Bowl against the ravens in the superdome. So it's just the guys had big games in big spots for big teams. Yes and nobody talks about it. Because he's a guy who never seeks the spotlight and never the spotlight never seeks him or find him. He just keeps ticking I mean he needs fifteen hundred yards to catch Walter Payton which at his current clip would be maybe two more years depending on which team gets him and uses them were or keeps them so. It's entirely possible that it could go Amit and Frank Gore but right now in terms of people who are you know well Living members of the all time rushing list. It's it's it's Emmett and Franco right now. Yeah and I agree I. He's a hall of Famer and not everybody is. I always look at the hall of fame. We go well. She is good as this guy like every baseball player's not as good as Babe Ruth but that doesn't mean you're not a hall of Famer. Not Franco Franco is not Barry Sanders. He's not Emmett Smith. He's not Jim Brown. He's not Walter Payton but that doesn't mean he can't be a hall of Famer we get. We get caught up on these numbers in comparisons. Listen and then we lose sight on what somebody accomplished. And I think Frank Gore is a hall of Famer and another thing with this league. It's a copycat league or at least it feels like that. Sometimes the greatest show on turf. Everybody thought well. Let's see if we can run an offense the way the rams were running it now. You have Lamar. Jackson is Lamar. Mark Jackson going to create a copycat. Are we going to start looking for Lamar Jackson in the draft because of his success when maybe we wouldn't have if he didn't have this this. NBP like season. I don't know D.. I mean you could make a case. That Lamar is the copycat copycat of Russell Wilson and copycat of Of Dak he's the copycat of I mean we could go on and on I mean Mahomes is even a guy that can run it a little bit. But obviously he's no look throws his Roger Federer type uncorking shot That you don't see coming sixty yard passes or overshadow the the ability. I believe we can do both. I mean you know And that these guys are all eventually copycats. Vic that the issue with Lamar Jackson is it doesn't appear like he could be copycat. Is such a genuine article who has the ability to Slice you up and N- With his with his legs with an and the fact that he he's the one that delivers the hit towards the end of the run to And now we're seeing also his ability to sidearm balls through a needle Throwing receivers open that way. I mean that that is that is next level level stuff that we're not used to seeing out of a second year quarterback Even though we did see it out of last year's MVP Under those circumstances. So he's he's playing as well as in. My mind is mahomes. I mean he won't wind up with fifty touchdown passes but He he should account for about forty when it's all said and done He's pushing thirty. I think in terms of touchdowns accounted for so I I think he is the guy that that also so has led to cuyler. Murray I mean we he might push Jalen hurts further up the The the draft board this coming year sure but The question is who can play. Like Lamar I don't know But that'll be certainly fun to find out. I think you're definitely seeing being teams believing that this is not only a winnable format but sustainable and and John Harbaugh man. I mean this guy changed streams. Last you're Dan in the middle of the year like if a if a Martian came down from from from the heavens last night and that was the first football game that the Martian saw goes ooh. That's that's the way quarterbacks play on quarterbacks don't play like that as a matter of fact let's show you the difference. We would show them footage of the Guy He replaced in Joe FLACCO. That's the footage we would show and they did it midstream last year and now with a full off season man it's just been dynamite to watch them and and they also racked up two hundred six yards rushing. It's not just his arm. I don't know how this can be copycat but you also have a situation and we went back and looked in an article that a report four thirty in rappaport had it was November fourth of last year. John Harbaugh was on the hot seat and it was. If you don't make the postseason John Hardball Horrible. was probably going to be fired and here. Because he made that change and went to Lamar Jackson. And that change the fortunes of this franchise. So you know let. Let's not make. It seem like John Harbaugh was on stable footing here he no. He went to Lamar Jackson. I think it was desperate times. Desperate measures offers end till Lamar Jackson. And as a result you know he might be coach of the year in more Jackson might be MVP. That's quickly I mean remember. Coughlin was on the hot. Let's see two and you decided you know I'm GonNa make a change. I guess let maybe the the foot off the gas pedal within his own locker room and and hand things off to his veteran players and then suddenly boom he wins the super bowl and Bumi wins another one and we're talking about him eventually. Maybe one day should he be in the hall of fame. I mean these things in that way of happened before and I guess just just to put a button on it. I should mention Cabernet. I mean tapper. Nick is also a forerunner of of of Lamar Jackson. To the point where The current coordinator of the Ravens was capper Knicks for another hobby harbaugh against John in the Super Bowl years ago. It really is a whole full circle situation but again again. I just don't know how Lamar Jackson can be different. And Tapper Nic was that was that same guy in a way where he was like an ATM points ATM. You put the card and you. Just plus runner are passionate and the points and yards. Came Out Back in two thousand twelve. Were kinda seeing that again. I mentioned the rams issues in the first hour because they do have some issues here and they might not make the playoffs. And I think it's only gonNA get worse for this team because you know girlie is not in every down back anymore. I loved Donald. Do you sign up Jalen Ramsey. They have so much money that they've spent so much of a cap hit and with Jared Goff no draft picks. And you're going to be moving into that new stadium. I just don't think things get better for the rams. I think they get worse. What do you think I think in the same way that we're we're talking about John Harbaugh looking inward if you will or looking at the pieces that he has we'll we'll see what mcvay does but It's hard to. It's hard to sit here here and say that that Belichick in the Super Bowl last year didn't figure out if for the lack of better phrase. What the rams were doing when their special sauce? That had them one year ago. He won't talk about one year ago at this time we were talking about the death of defense after the rams and chiefs put up one hundred and one hundred five points together on Monday night And since that night the rams really offense hasn't been the same. I I still believe in Sean mcvay to try and figure out what can be done less meets needs. A smart guy pushed all their chips to the center of the table. On as the Rams Organization has on less and on Sean and on Golf and girly and Donald Don obviously Jalen Ramsey as well They're smart enough to try and figure out another way through potentially but I. I think you're right that the sands and the hourglass twenty nineteen or fast running out there to bind the Vikings right now and and and I don't know how they bridge that gap this year rich Eisen the rich Eisen show. NFL network host the NFL will One hundred old time team the defensive linemen and linebackers linebackers who made the team will be revealed. This week finalist will be revealed tonight on. ESPN great.

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"chris collin" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Several hit series including whale wars. CNN's believer with resume as Lon- and Ocean warriors she is filmed all over the world including remote dangerous environments from an article to the South African Bush and and made a string of hit shows that broke new ground in the reality documentary genre. Liz was the show runner of Miramax Emmy nominated project greenlight on. HBO and Joe Millionaire on Fox which still holds the record as the highest rated reality finale in the history of television welcomes the show. Thank you thanks so much bill to be here so tell me a little bit about how you got into television. Well in high school I was always that girl. It smells like darkroom chemicals. I had a darker my bathroom and I love photography and I love being alone in a dark room and when I left college I really wanted to be an editor And so I got Like it was easy at that point to get a job at CNN in Atlanta. They were just starting out and so I did. I moved to Atlanta and I worked my way up to news editor news editor for about five years at CNN in an at a really exciting time But then at a certain point you know you're you're just you're good and you're fast but there's there's no real way to get better as a news other in my opinion. Yeah and the avid. Just come out and I literally read the avid manual and taught myself how to use the avid. And I got my car and I drove to Los Angeles and I said I was an avid editor. And then I you know you can tell you make it and so what was the first project that you really that you worked on that you felt like I've really made it. I'm not sure I've worked on that project yet. You know you're you're always you're always challenging yourself and always feeling like you better and You know you're constantly learning thing and always feeling like you're failing and succeeding and failing and succeeding and of all the projects that you've worked on. What would you say thus as far as the one that holds the closest place to your heart? Well there's two really One is jockeys. It's a show that I did for Animal Planet in a two thousand nine two seasons and I growing up I grew up in a in a gambling family And my stepfather bet on the horses for a living. Although my mother would say was not for living it was just something he did. And I always love the racetrack. Doc and I always wanted to make a show about their jockeys and was lucky enough to sell that series to animal planet and so we did two seasons out. I cannot need a Following six jockeys through their lives and that show is just so close to my heart. I just I love that world I love those jockeys and and the stories. We were able to tell them that. Show so if you can find that somewhere online. I'm very proud of that. And then you know the second one one is Joe Millionaire. I mean that that was a really incredible project. What I remember most about Joe Millionaire is really? How captured all of America's Erica's attention? I can still remember reading that. The cast of friends were captivated by the show. And we're all taking bets on. What would happen to walk us back through history and tell us how you became involved with the project? I had never heard that thing about friends. That's interesting 'cause we were. We were making making it as it was airing so we were in this sort of crazy. Production bubbles so they're at school. I never hear that Okay so here's how here's how Joe happened. I had done season one of project light and it was my first job as show runner and the second season project greenlight. There was an incredibly long time between the first and second can seasons. 'cause it's a complicated deal with all those big players so sitting at home and I got a call from A friend of mine. WHO's a producer who I had produced some stuff for and he said okay? You can't tell anyone about the. Here's the here's the project is from Mike. Arnold Fox. We spooked the bachelor. A guy pretends to be a millionaire. He's actually a construction worker in the end he reveals all and it's a total secret show. I was like I'm in. I'm in and I literally. I walked away from project greenlight and decided to do this. Sort of crazy Razi Aziz show and partly it was because you know I could feel right away that it was a narrative concept as a reality show and that's and that's really rare. You know I mean it was really a ROM com. It was like somebody percent pretends to be someone. They're not in order to see if they're really love for who they the. How many seasons at that point had the bachelor been on because it was pretty? That was pretty early into the bachelor and people were really obsessed with the bachelor so this was to make fun of. It was probably a pretty big deal. Yeah I think I think they had only one season. It's not to it was. It was all pretty now so I signed up. So I you know it was the company called rocket science laboratories and it was. It was run by two guys who I knew really well and had worked with before and was very close with Chris Collin and let me show me you know we started off and it was this big secret and I pretty quickly decided that the best best way to keep this gigantic secret was to make it sound really boring so I named the show the big choice which sounds really boring and I told my agent. I like my family all my friends. I said that we were basically doing the Bachelorette we're doing you know the Bachelor but starring a woman and made it sound really dull so nobody asks anymore questions right when you're doing a project that doesn't sound interesting and I had policy on the staff that nobody could write down the secret on paper and this was you know the Internet was really new but still nobody can put it on paper because I feel like once something goes on paper the secret out and then it would all be ruined. Tell me a little bit about the a choice for Evan Marriott. How in the world did you guys We had a casting director. WHO's incredible edible Tyler Ramsey and we searched high and low? And I mean we must have seen hundreds of guys and the thing that we didn't really anticipate eight was how hard it would be to find somebody who was a with a blue collar worker but had had the swagger and the The attitude of someone really wealthy right and we didn't really think that through you know all the guys that we met. Who had were these blue collar? Construction workers there was just no way they could have pulled hold off acting like a wealthy person And we went through hundreds of guys and we'd gone to the point where they were GonNa shut the show down. I mean we just couldn't find her Joe Millionaire and then are casting director. Tyler was driving Pathak and -struction site and and he saw Evan working construction site and hold over what had just walked up to him. and Said Hey would you be interested in this. I mean it actually happened that away. That's wild and it. We're GONNA last minute thing. I mean it was like Oh my God get him in front of my. We found the guy we found the guy. Let's let's move forward at the practice. Do you think that he thought this process through or did he just seem like he was up for anything during the headlights here in the headlights yet. No idea what he was up for. I'm going back to preparing for the show. You know my first meeting with Mike Darnell. Oh at Fox and you know Mike Their analysis this amazing guru of reality TV. I mean the guys responsible for creating so many genres event just so brilliant and my first meeting with him he said Liz. We're GONNA make these women look like gold diggers that gold diggers that they are. And we're GONNA in a shoot this on an island and we're GonNa make them bikinis and we're gonNA prove lunar gold diggers and I was like Mike Newsflash Josh women want to be with the best hunter in the tribe Like I don't think that That is any kind of big revelation that women want. WanNa be with a man who can take care of them And I don't think that's the point of this show at all you know. I think it's a romantic comedy. And it's it's about actually finding love being loved for who you are and why don't we shoot it in France and make it a fairytale like put women in Bikinis like let's just not do that. Come on on let's get a horse and let's get carriages and and let's make it like a real life Rom Com and he was like okay. Fine just make good escaped having Basically the Paradise Hotel. How did you prepare him for the show uh-huh and he's got to play the part so he has to have some working knowledge of really fancy? Schools has to have certain table etiquette. He has to know about luxury luxury. Items was there somebody on staff who prepped him. Questions and the truth is just didn't have have time. I I mean I you know. I can't remember the timetable. But we had to put Evan through psych screenings and background checks. And you know by the time we got him approved. I mean I think maybe we had had like a couple of days before you had to get on the plane so these are all things that we didn't have time to do. I mean we literally had to buy his wardrobe when we you were in Paris because we had not had time to get him close in Back in Los Angeles and I remember we shot these sequences of Evans Etiquette Training. where he learns how to use which for us and all that which we shot afterwards because we have time time? Wow so one of the problems was that Evan didn't know any of this stuff And he you know the fact that his last name was Marriott was just Kinda gift you US people thought that he was a descendant of the Marriott family which there was no relation also. The funny part is that the Marriott family is like Mormon family so if anybody who it like really thought through in terms of the contestants they may have thought a lot will if why is he drinking. If these Mariotti is probably part of this Mormon family yeah no relation no relation and in fact. I remember the first scene. We decided that Evan would ride in on a horse and of.

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"chris collin" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Niners Nation

"The slant of the delayed slant which could be like someone like a mike evans then that post is going to be open over the top with chris collin or vice versa safety stays deep then all of a sudden. You've got an easier read for that underneath one on one match up with the <hes> the wide receiver so that's how you're gonna give jameis winston some defined looks. That's type gonna make him look better than he is and it is. I think brazilians that can do that. He is going to absolutely test the discipline of the players players right down the middle phil whether that's fred warner quantocks zander and jimmy ward and he's going to test that he's going to run somebody off. He's going to snake somebody and like you mentioned right behind him and you can't take the cheese. That's pretty much what defensive say you can't take. The teacher can't offer the first crosser and run out of arizona. I don't think you're going to get him because usually when somebody's leaving somebody's coming either right back to you or somebody's going to replace him so it'll be interesting to see if they are able to catch the forty niners off guard because they had a lot of mental mistakes last last year and it led to big play so we will see how much of an impact joe woods will make all right so mike evans chris godwin. They're pretty solid wide receiver pair. Who do you think it's the better of the matchup this weekend because they're going up against the kella witherspoon and richard sherman who again the corners are the suspect area of the forty niners defense and the secondary is as a whole and now they're getting a pretty solid tessier with tampa bay. What do you think is happening with those matchups as one of the biggest sherman fans in the world tampa bay has the advantage in this matchup and i think we're gonna find out pretty quick. Nick if witherspoon has any sort of boss goes. I think that's been sort of holding back just being able to find the ball. Make plays on the boy and james is gonna throw it up and good godwin is is going to make those contested plays and we all know that evans gonna make those contested place so if this wound is able to contest some of these throws they'll be fine but if he if he can't find the ball it's probably going to be a long afternoon for the forty niners defense yeah..

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"chris collin" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on Niners Nation

"The forty niners corners especially if they don't bring their a game because areas scheme is is pretty awesome yeah he he <hes> he loves to sleep down the feel like a fun offense to watch. It's not going to be the most efficient offense by any means but we get to third and one we to second in three to most coordinators that means they're going to dump it off or they're going to run the ball to bruce arians that means the same as it means on. I intend on third and seventeen. He's going to throw the ball down the bill four verticals. We're gonna see some post. We're going to see a whole kind of route combinations that are where you see most route concepts between ten twelve fifteen yards. He is fifteen up how do you how do you like aesthetically aesthetically. How do you like his offense. I think offense is really really. It's really good. It's really smart. He does some things with his route combinations that really put the safeties and second level defenders conflict whereas mike shanahan or call shanahan really going to attack those those linebackers a lot of the time especially with play action. I think areas really likes to attack those second level defenders. He's got a lot of posts and double moves in his arsenal and he's going to deploy them with mike evans and chris godwin who are a great wide receiver pair for the buccaneers and and one thing to watch on sunday when you're watching tampa bay play the forty niners is if you see those wide receivers lineup in a in a really short set condense split then you really start start needing to look for the h. Follow concept that. He likes to run where he did this with larry. If it's jalen arizona time a basically he's got a drag out that goes across the formation and then a little angle route or a delayed slant almost that comes in behind that route and normally i mean that's a concert cal shanahan runs right but what he does he places a deep post on the other side and if you're playing quarters are split safety look which the niners often check you in the preseason when they saw a bunch of wide receivers then it puts that safety in conflict and if he goes after the slant of the delayed slant which could be like someone like a mike evans then that post is going to be open over the top with chris collin or vice versa safety stays deep then all of a sudden. You've got an easier read for that underneath one on one match up with the <hes> the wide receiver so that's how you're gonna give jameis winston some defined looks. That's type gonna make him look.

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"chris collin" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"That's a fucking business. Think about call. One funeral can pay for cam warm. Funeral can pay for the caz. The cats don't like five hundred dollars so you charge them of. I'm lonely this casket for your baby for to get up out of it today. I said what do they do after that. That's your problem. It's like ooh. I get you to the destination. I don't help you through the dope. He's got lubar caskets like no l. Money make no money. There's been a lot of shit on this podcast fucking get s._s._i. B.'s okay okay and and he will reach you the casket and fucking due to food for the few he will go pick up the church in catering come on foot rubs. I don't know how to make no money right. We know that we didn't put a catering and caskets together as you. That's what if if your friend won't like extra pillows it come with extra pill and he fucking dry cleaned all the linen out. The each barrier good head upgraded service. You have no stain cast and you ain't gonna pay. They don't put the casket in the ground can't cast i will everybody's the cemetery was he just flip. The body out began you back food at the house i know how do they get the body. Out of the casket at a lamb did a family family lead. They put the family they box inside. The whole is about is a casket about the concrete box out. No been one is celebration time she's ever been to into a cemetery. Just now getting yeah fuck that gray free. You ain't never gave it up in a weird place. Chris no would nobody will let me know never did it at the park in the back of the church in the fucking cherish bathroom no but i'm sure my buddy will let me if i if i ask them nicely the buddy the guy from atlanta. I asked open gotham allowing give chris collin. He wanna fuck in the bottom of the church. I used to jerk off in church all the time in the bathroom sensical comedy lab black church to be jacking off in my friend's finger girl in the church fan wants. Hey you jag enough kevin black church. I say you don't put that ugly as in a black usher hit you too. Oh yeah they're gonna want ten percent of whatever comes out better. They say meet me in the bathroom. Is she old enough. They'll say meet me thrown. Pastors have gotten in trouble for there was a group of passes passes. I think down in texas the guy in trouble for sex trafficking who'd you mean. They were sex trafficking congregate with the bucket. Why you got your congregation and sell them. They were fucking passed all passengers pimps. They pimped and that's a straight up read down. You can't be pimping passenger in to see that won't fuck church. That's why i don't go to church. You ain't made me semi was anti-gay ten percent paycheck from a job and ten percent of the dick. I saw it ain't like that babe. It ain't going down. We'll get praying cloudy up in suits playing like they passed but they really. They dressed the same. Do go to jail. Oh yeah the most of them got like this other big. It was like seventy eighty people. Tell me they will white now. They were black. I knew that sounded like some nigga. She.

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"chris collin" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"You fucking look unique. Get together like yeah yeah o._j. We gave o._j._t. You got a long time. Solve the racial draft of dave dave spill ah we gave your o._j. And we kept vanilla ice and that was the trade off is is baby trade o._j. And condoleeza rice and vanilla ice dave y'all anybody you wanna take her hands yeah and what's that that other one nine who they're black girl run around always though you can have to who can we have. Oh you young keeps me. We will take it for cash. Considerations kid yeah. Just give us a casket from walmart this. I'll i'll casket from while you know while marseille cask denied no all marcel my my cousin freeman my cousin boo. I took you suffering and got a casket in his basement. So when somebody died and i'm sure he ritu casket funeral they'll go back and get his casket back when they put joe asking their box. That's a good fucking. That's some good money. He leases out a casket. He bought yeah walmart and they walmart right delivered to your door. Googly chris walmart sale caskey. I've seen the caskets on the walmart website. Yeah yeah so. I don't have a minimum our are. You can't try them out before you buy guided jingo fit this man. He got like two three selection in his his basement. So if you ever if you don't have no insurance and you need a casket just to show he ran them out. That's a fucking business. Think about call. One funeral can pay for cam warm. Funeral can pay for the caz. The cats don't like five hundred dollars so you charge them of. I'm lonely this casket for your baby for to get up out of it today. I said what do they do after that. That's your problem. It's like ooh. I get you to the destination. I don't help you through the dope. He's got lubar caskets like no l. Money make no money. There's been a lot of shit on this podcast fucking get s._s._i. B.'s okay okay and and he will reach you the casket and fucking due to food for the few he will go pick up the church in catering come on foot rubs. I don't know how to make no money right. We know that we didn't put a catering and caskets together as you. That's what if if your friend won't like extra pillows it come with extra pill and he fucking dry cleaned all the linen out. The each barrier good head upgraded service. You have no stain cast and you ain't gonna pay. They don't put the casket in the ground can't cast i will everybody's the cemetery was he just flip. The body out began you back food at the house i know how do they get the body. Out of the casket at a lamb did a family family lead. They put the family they box inside. The whole is about is a casket about the concrete box out. No been one is celebration time she's ever been to into a cemetery. Just now getting yeah fuck that gray free. You ain't never gave it up in a weird place. Chris no would nobody will let me know never did it at the park in the back of the church in the fucking cherish bathroom no but i'm sure my buddy will let me if i if i ask them nicely the buddy the guy from atlanta. I asked open gotham allowing give chris collin. He wanna fuck in the bottom of the church. I used to jerk off in church all the time in the bathroom sensical comedy lab black church to be jacking off in my friend's finger girl in the church fan wants. Hey you jag enough kevin black church. I say you don't put that ugly as in a black usher hit you too. Oh yeah they're gonna want ten percent of whatever comes out better. They say meet me in the bathroom. Is she old enough. They'll say meet me thrown. Pastors have gotten in trouble for there was a group of passes passes..

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"chris collin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"If I'm David Griffin. I want the four pick. I want one of those forwards and I want Lonzo ball because if I got Zion running down the floor. I know that Lonzo ball, makes wings better. So I think you have to, I don't think they're making that movie the Lakers, unless lonzo's part of that package. Now, do you believe? You can't make a deal until the season's over. Do you think this deal with Anthony Davis would happen sooner than later, like when would you suspect the timeline would be here? I wouldn't be surprised if it happens before the drive all day, but I, I don't expect I would be highly surprised if this extended out late into the AUSSIE. So my Raines, I'm, I'm thinking for a move like this. If you have, you know, New Orleans wants to move on David Griffin wants to move on. Do you know this is his this is his this is his time now this, this ten so, you know, I, I think he's gonna look out there. These these these, these offers gonna come in quick and aggress. It does Anthony Davis. You know just the time to do it before the draft. So I wouldn't be surprised if it happened around on, but I wouldn't expect this to extend deep into deep into the off season at all, by the way, you're covering the finals Klay Thompson. The MRI confirmed. He has a hamstring strain, Chris, that tells me even if he comes back, he'll never be fully healthy for the series. Isn't that your takeaway? Yeah. I don't. Think I don't think you can, you know, I saw them after the game. He actually told me that he can't see himself missing tomorrow night's game. And when he was after the game in the locker room, you know, he was stretching that, that hamstring out and just yelling that time you know with the pain with certain movements of his leg. And so, that's when you knew was was quite, you know, pretty pretty stubborn say that serious, but it was it was it was a native concern. But he felt like he felt like he was going to be able to give it a go to the warriors or call questionable right now. So we'll see. But I'll tell you right now with with Katie and Klay Thompson, if they're not available for game three mad at that puts the wars, and the dire state that they never been in store in the sample, super no question. Chris Haines great stuff NBA insider, Yahoo sports. Thanks, Chris Collin, Collin. I would I want to mention Vinson the media game but media game we put together that's going to be live streamed on T Mobile's on there. Twitter account metro.

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"chris collin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Reid's north fifty seven. Therapists now hit by turnovers four of them in the last four. They've got two minutes without scoring. Joe you go back to their last home game was Wisconsin's here. Weeks ago and. Remember look like barrel was going to blow the badgers out of the building got up. At halftime, thirty three to fifteen but Wisconsin outscored Maryland, forty five thirty one second half ended up losing by just four points. I'm not predicting any tonight, but it's way to shoot the charges game. You know, it's interesting early league too overconfident. Stop fighting with urgency. You hope that happens show that group that came off the floor had been presented. Felt they really did an excellent job defensively. We don't talk about zone defensively, but he did a nice job of venture. Stephan took charge. They did a nice job in that stretch. Pardon back in games. Rear stays in the game fowl zone. Law for the Wildcats. Tailored Smith back in for Maryland Fernando Wiggins out there sorelle Smith junior Alex brings it up. I yell at the top. Looking for zone. Atta left stayed with him. Wiggins. Brittle's out the thought about three games repeats shot clock at twelve games getcha. That's the goal of the party got to go, right? Shop talk at eight. Chocolate at five all the rump. Let's can't swooping hook is good by Barrett party at its grip. Peter died. The Wildcats creeping back six point game. Feeding the big fella good. Thanks hap- goes inside tough shock for the circle low right Smith. Dow lost the ball is not the way for by a group comes away with it. Rear Zona, straight on three bells three within three fifteen dollars per the tap the way he's played. Well, well, the two of them were surrounding Jalen Smith and Erin foul zone. Picks up where he's left off last couple of days. There's a yellow round the circle page at mid post rights Fernando against part little op and under bist it Smith. Got the rebound goes back up. The what? Up seventeen twelve Maryland nine thirty seven gophers hackers games into the lane. Screw it up off the rim. No good. But he got fouled. Sorelle smith. I I can repair everybody with Chris Collin throw it. He is he's right, but Obas yell it out throw it in. And that needs to throw it in the party. Structures. Here's games with two shot. Seventy seven percent free throw shooter. The Wildcats is team. Seventy three percent third of the big tax free. Throws. Good. Real big size advantage on the offense, especially with Smith. I mean at six ten to six four. Second in the big ten fit nation. More down by Tadic. Second free throw. Good bye, Anthony games with that free. Throw. Abbott stood Subaru wins. Gopi donates, another ten dollars Brzeczek hero to learn more and donate today. Visit ain't you sports dot com slash project. Hero. Our back in the game for Maryland seventeen thirteen turps lead it twenty two to go. 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Just the big tag joke. Probably round college basketball. What areas really got better free throw shooting? His form has never been bad. I think it was a little mental. Second free throw. Nineteen thirteen hundred twenty eight. Attorney jobs in the front court. Writers. The left repeats turn. It works off of parts watches three bags off the real good handle the rebound. Cowan maryland. Leaving town. Crozet away. Get a load. Dr Fernando Saito to to go the half nineteen thirteen Maryland. Gotta look for fouls on our Smith is not as bad jokes. In the garden. Posting tournament kicks. It Luke side the law drive to the elbow out to three ball Bill. Good line take it all the run by Cowan pulls up and pouches out on his right for a yellow badger at three and has an air ball Audrey by else. Two feet short. I don't know what he was thinking Tertre your wait for calendar where passed the ball through bounced past. Here's pardons spins holidays, baseline back out to Turner. 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"chris collin" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

StartUp Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"chris collin" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

"Hear more arlen and her teams reactions to this season of startup check out their podcast the bootstrapped vc you can find it at backstage capital dot com slash podcast this episode was produced by angelina mosier bruce wallace simone pilot and luke malone or senior producer is laurence silberman editing by sarah sarasin i'm amy standen our theme song is by mark phillips bobby lord remixed version you heard at the top this show bill buildings wrote and performed our special admin music for full music credits visit our website cumulus media dot com slash startup peter leonard mixed the episode and one more big thanks i'm this final episode of the series to chris collin find out more about the show at gimblett media dot com you can follow us on twitter at podcast startup and if you enjoyed this series please tell your friends that's the best way for a show like ours to find new listeners startup we'll be back on july sixth we're going to meet founders in a business so tough it tests their careers their marriages and their morality your vices will show so whether it's pornography with you just go out eat too much spin too much with you go out and bank some other chick because you're trying to compensate for the emotional upheaval that you're heaven internally externally the unique challenges of starting up a brand new church in a neighborhood that isn't looking for faith that's our new series coming up in a few weeks keep an eye out for it and thanks for listening startup we take you through the ups and downs of starting a business but keeping up with the news every day can feel like a rollercoaster ride to vox has a daily show that helps you understand all that craziness it's called today explained every afternoon the team takes a.

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