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Fresh update on "connor" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Now. Biden administration says it's using diplomacy to try and slow the sir like three. W Why PC Mobile news on the level on the go legal swapping gets another shot. Mostly clear overnight. Sunny Tuesday. I'm Stan, we're here's what's trending this hour. Indiana is extending local needle exchange programs for another four years. Eric Berman, reports and governor Mike Pence authorized Indiana's first needle exchange in Scott County. After an HIV outbreak. Governor Holcomb gave counties the authority to start the road. Scott and eight others have done so that the authorization is scheduled to run out next year. Legislators have approved an extension to 2026 Eric Berman. 93 Wi PC Mobile Me in the Johnson County jail remains on lockdown until this is resolved. Only 58 for about 340 inmates agreed to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Eight inmates tested positive this weekend, leading to the restriction on jail access after a lost season. Last year. The three minor league baseball teams in Indiana in Fort Wayne South Banded Indy are about to play ball. Rob Connor reports. Last year's minor league season was canceled so you can imagine how excited they are to finally have games and fans back in their ballparks starting in May, there still will be covert restrictions to start the season, though Fort Wayne Tin Cap President Mike Nutter says they'll start with 3000 fans per game that is socially distance that is in pods where people can feel 100% comfortable and safe and masks will still be required. We want to be part of the solution here, and we want to make sure that we don't become a hot spot for the spread of it or anything like that. Rob counted 93. W I B. C Mobile news on the level on the go and on wi be si dot com. Now, Here's the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. Dry, breezy and cool tonight A simple Cher's fall to the forties in the overnight hours. Cool. Start to your day on your Tuesday by afternoon, mostly sunny and dry, with temperatures in the low to mid sixties. I'm some track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown on 93. W I. B..
Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till
"The old governor who's planning on running for governor again, and Justin Fairfax, the rapists lieutenant governor whose star rose in the Democrat Party after being Repeatedly accused of rape very credibly by women. He became more popular in the Democrat Party and yesterday just in Fairfax is black. And he accused Terri make awful of treating him like George Floyd. And he brought Emmett till into it, too remarkable stuff. These people, the racism that these people spread is just and keeping in mind. They're the party of Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy of Nathan Bedford Forrest in the clan. They're the party of everything awful every racial stain in the history of the country. Bull Connor and Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Robert Byrd and the Oh
Fresh update on "connor" discussed on John Landecker
"The brink it top of the Laughlin Circle back to keep the driving scores Duncan keeping the second goal of the game of the season. Excuse me. It's a power play goal, and the black cocks have tied the score at one That's conducting keys first point in the last 12 games on the second goal the year from the brink it and came to tie things up, but one that's where we stood. After 20 minutes of action, the blue Jackets held the 13 10 advantage in Shots and they would take a 21 lead in the second when that guy Patrick Line a scored his 11th goal of the season and his fifth against the Blackhawks to give them a 2 to 1 lead that came with the 6 11 mark from Domi and Ghabra Cough and Columbus, enjoying itself a 2 to 1 lead Hawks had themselves a four minute power play when Max Domi went after Connor Murphy. Was initially called for a hook. And then there are some postgame comments. I'm not gonna even bother wasting my time. About what? Max Domi sudden. You know how he blames himself. But how? There was a cause against Connor Murphy yada, yada yada. He was then called for two minute cross checking. Then kind of ragged out Connor to the ice, getting a 10 minute misconduct. Connor decided to go for the extra couple of minutes in penalties high or power play time Hawks were not able to convert on that four minutes that carried over from the end of the second into the third. It remained a 21 contest. That is until the 6 15 mark when another guy who hadn't scored in awhile, was able to come through. Quick pass at the Kane.
How are germs made and what are they made of?
"Sixties old and that one hell and we'll on. I might off good question. Connor how gems made a wonder who we should talk to you about. Jim's dr arnn good to the doctor. Yeah that's right and i know doctor dr no-man's one. Maybe he can tell us how. Jim's made and why i'm sick. I ju- paging dr nomines. One doctor norman's one to the visiting room doc. This one is a physician. That's the kind of doctor you might visit when you sick or if you need a checkup here. He comes now products one. Hi everyone this one. This one high noon on mines powergen made account. And what are they made of. Bless you sounds like you've caught some germs and herbert sick. Well let's take a closer look at you. Is it going to hurt. They want her to. It's gonna bill launch. They check your eyes. They take your is looking teal now. There's nothing to be seen about a toll a promise Thanks guys you said. I'm sick from gems. But what are jen's germs a really small organisms. An organism is another word for a living within the are among the first organisms. The first living things to live on planet earth before people yup diana so yup before there was anything there were germs so there are lots of them and they're all around us to the air that we breathe and the things that we touch. Our bodies are covered in them. Gosh like all my face and my hands everywhere but you can't see them the so small
Fresh update on "connor" discussed on John Landecker
"Black Australian Columbus to one after two periods of play time Now for our second period discussion, I will also play. Ask Troy with the man of the moment. Troy Murray, the man of the hour, the man of the game. The man of the evening. Man all the time. Troy Murray and you know Patrick Kane has owned Columbus through his career and through this season even has yet another point. I think that brings him up to what 14 on the season in eight games against the Columbus Blue Jackets, but 15 he was he was, he was so close to another one and in a key situation here is next takes a page out of his father's chapters out of his father's book Back in the day. And does a deal on Connor Murphy, opening the door for a four minute power play in the 88 almost almost handed tight out, had the pleasure of playing with Tai Domi and Winnipeg and Boy. There was a pleasure when you were playing with him. Exactly. That's what I'm saying. It was a pleasure to play with him in Winnipeg, one of the toughest guys the game has ever seen. And his son Max is got a little bit more offensive flare a little bit more skilled in this game, but he still has that ability to Play a physical game he's got Some good understanding of how to use his fists. We've seen that and his career, so I don't know what happened there and why he snaps so bad, but he's gonna be sitting out for basically half of the third period plus a little bit more. The Blackhawks have two power plays toe toe work with here. One is almost over nine seconds to go on that one but not disciplined play by Max Domi and the Blackhawks need to be able to capitalize on this one. They had some good looks on their power play. Patrick Kane was six shots on goals that stands right now robbed by Corpus Allah one, the one that he just couldn't believe that the finish goaltender got a handle on that one. But they got some work to do here in third period and Columbus, playing with kind of a nothing to lose mentality with the subtractions. They have had opening the door for more opportunity for some of their young players and Blackhawks could have to grind this one out outside of that power play. They have open in the third down to five demon, with Adam vocalist playing less than a minute to shift before he was injured. So down to five demon, including You know, Riley Stillman White count look, and you've got to think there's gonna be a lot of 88 here with two days off before they face Detroit on Thursday to you would think that he's going to play a bunch And rightly so. I think the song double shift a little bit in that second parodies already played 14 minutes. In this game last game, he played 23 minutes. He's been logging a lot of ice time this season. But you know when your depth has challenged offensively, like the Black Hawks are you got to go to your go to guy when you have that opportunity, and there's no time to waste here. You You got to bring everything that you have here in the third period against Columbus, especially with the Dallas in Nashville Situations in front of them behind the Blackhawks. Time now for Asteroid approved by Team Hochberg visit W gm david dot com Zach from Tinley Park, asking about the off days on the road, whether players and coaches We're hanging out together or allowed to our Ah, they're pretty much sure they pretty much keep to themselves here in this day and age. Well, I think there's two cases one cases where they are now in today's world. The teams aren't basically allowed to leave the hotels. They have a team meal room on a lounge area that they could be involved in there, and it's all distanced and everything like that. I have an understanding that the coaches are in that room as well. Probably not as much as you know, as the players are, but at the same time under normal conditions that the players and the coaches separate themselves on the road, Whatever the coaches they're going to do. They had one way the players in groups or single or however it works on. Their side of the equation. We'll head in a different direction. Very seldom. You see the coaches and the players hang out on the road together. Yeah, and they asked, Be extra careful and mindful in these days were also See what Vancouver just went through and taking every possible precaution there. If you'd like to submit a question for Troy to answer on the air just go to WGN radio dot com slash ask Troy as Troy's approved by team Hochberg time for another break when we come back second period, highlights in numbers had a third period action in Columbus. It's the blue jacket, singing the Blackhawks to one on 7 20,.
Interview With Tim Jefferson Of Barracuda Networks
"Alright listeners. i'm here with barracuda networks. Is tim jefferson to talk about cloud. Security hello tim. How're you great connor. Thanks so Just to get right into it. What would you say. Your history is with cut security while my introduction to cloud security was back in Two thousand fifteen. I the opportunity of joining amazon web services in its early days back when it was only a four billion dollar business in was part of the original team that was tasked with working with the security ecosystem and helping them that are understand how their value propositions could apply to public cloud customers in particular airbase environments so there is a big pivot that a lot of the scared ecosystem partners had to do to. You know how their current solutions that were typically built for data centers needed to evolve and kind of re architect and rethink around what value they can bring the public cloud and ultimately how they had architect solution to be Well architect for those types of environments so that tend to be a big pivot for a lot of customers so it was great to see the industry evolve you know from the very mature data center. Well established commercial solutions in how they pivoted to the startups. That took specific Look almost from scratch around what they can do uniquely. And that's where some of the very first cloud security posture management tools kind of popped up way back in two thousand fifteen. So yeah it's been great to see the industry of wall during that period. Yeah so it seems that you were well educated on how to secure the cloud and you're also doing some educating to the companies that we're using. Aws yes it was journeys eighty s platform evolved. And you know those. Those platform solutions became more mature. A lot of them kept adding incremental security capabilities which again created more friction and opportunity at the same time for a lot of the ice vs s are called independent software vendors to kind of rethink what value they can bring to customers ultimately how they can leverage some of those native services and the telemetry that comes with them to bring you unique security value
Medium Offers Buyouts to Editorial Employees
"New york post the headline here is medium offers by out to its entire editorial staff medium. The writing platform behind. Jeff visas is explosive. Two thousand nineteen post claiming blackmail by a supermarket tabloid is offering. Buyouts what a weird way to open that story just anyway is offering buyouts to its entire editorial staff as it scales back. Its journalistic ambitions ceo. Ev williams revealed the sweeping changes in a blog. Post on tuesday while outlining a plan to reduce the company's investments in digital publications it launched in two thousand nine hundred and directing that money instead to the recruitment of independent writers williams also said that. Vp editorial chaban o'connor has decided at this time to transition is her time to move on. I know uncertainty and change difficult. Especially if you're not calling the shots said williams and outlining the changes but he also said. I wanna commend everyone on this team for just jumping into the unknown and helping us collectively learn and make adjustments along the
Operationalizing AI at Dataiku with Conor Jensen
"All right everyone. I am here with connor. Jensen connor is director of data science at data echo and he recently moderated a panel at khan focused on a in operational association connor. Welcome to the tamoil podcast. Thank you sam. Super excited to be here. Hey so we are going to spend some time. Recapping your conversation at twelve con- but before we do that. I love you. Share a little bit about your background and your role at data echo. Cher will turn into too long. Though it's always the short version seems waiting sanitize. But i had a roundabout wait coming to. Today's science dropped out of college. When i was young ended up after working random jobs for a while. ended up during the military and was weather forecaster so i spent the tournament. Listening as a enlisted weather. Forecaster military kalat eating out and going back to study math. So did math Africa on the military aid while working at starbucks again right so still nothing to do with wesley. Found my way In the insurance industry and thought i was going to be an actuary that lasted for about five seconds. Realize that was not for me. And then there's some lucky happenstance fell into building data science teams so then really. The last decade mostly has been spent Spent about seven years in the entrance. Fakes in a couple of big companies helping to build out designs. Try to new and different things in insurance which is fun easier said than done though so it was a good gentle of figuring that out
Open Source Project 'Suborbital' Aims To Make Web Application Development Simple
"The complexity of building web applications seems to have grown exponentially in the last several years. This added complexity may bring power but it can also make applications brittle costly and difficult to maintain sub orbital is an open source project with the goal of making web application development. Simple its flagship. Project is at mo a platform integrates three underlying projects also built by suborbital vector allows developers to write self-contained functions called rumbles to handle business logic. Which are then built into webassembly at mode then automatically skills out a flat network of instances to handle traffic using grab a meshed message bus and reactor an embedded job scheduler together. These projects make it simple to create powerful webassembly based server applications without worrying about infrastructure or writing boilerplate code
Walk Yourself Better
"Welcome back loving heavy back to be back. You've come a long way since we have two didn't twenty eighteen. I checked the days of taxes Tell us about what you do. Now is broadcast rights and mental health advocate and also have been been over this past bunkers. Yeah yeah. I've i've been a k. On the whole of tried to keep myself busy writing a book has actually been as as actually kept me. nice busy. I was traveling. Just before the We look down over here. i was at st in. Malaysia finished the first draft. David day and it wasn't very good. Auditing out i think is a bit It became. I was just like a. Yeah great i'll. I'll just write this book wherever i am just a couple of hours doing it in the morning and then the rest of the time. I'll just absorb the area. I'm in but it became pa. The data i just looked forward to the least and an it came across on the page. So by the time i actually sent my first drop daiva and i was not very happy with just one thing out out my life for it. But then then the pandemic As traveling connor and we had to come home will be and there was nothing else to do but to to sit in welcoming and is hard as the pandemic has been for many people in unfamiliar in some ways is actually the best thing for the manuscript is attending to something a lot better than what it was Never a book before at Ended the first draw took me about a year every year to write and reading it. Back is chaos os as influenced by this did not Ways my voice in whereas just sitting at the computer every day for four months really passing out it was It was great that and the book comes out tomorrow. Alcohol older so staff will the promotion and old keeping really busy. He actually haven't told us the name of the book on. Its tell us about the whole. Sorry what's it about as cold wolf from the wild edge and is Is a memoir. Guess at the story of my Three thousand mile. Walk around. Mike nine great britain which i did and started in twenty six following periods very cool it will mental health and and and so the whole experience changed my life in many ways to me about year to do the whole thing in in that time you know. I got myself on a letter about how i needed to live. My life going forward Navigating to that dog vice again and the book is about that. It's about the physical janney. So it's about the amazing places in britain Pasta the amazing people i met. But it's also. I guess so when one person's jedi trying to understand there are mental health earns would send Coming times with the factors fading low and being depressed is something. That isn't isn't something should be ashamed. Oakland and is something that just need unpacking and and just needed to forgive myself for low things on table that Yeah it ever since the war finished. It's been it's been one thing after the next. Yeah it's been a mad mad. Five is in in total of my life. You know from being a bomb manager kind of guy a night owl and someone who so enjoyed that whole lifestyle into now. Someone who i believe is more so balancing and doesn't want to indulge in things which i so cancer relies. Where was this lifestyle was using moskalov. Thieves date fittings. I hadn't as soon as i was able to address those in. Forgive myself for them. Founded needs to get absolutely smashed old time my aunt and within the people spend money on doing things that really want to do but just kind of kept Yeah it's all about
'The Conners' crew member dies on set after 'medical event'
"Time technical crew member of the BC syriza. The Connors died on set after suffering what was called a fatal medical event. The unidentified group member was working Thursday on stage 22 with CBS Studio Center in Studio City when the medical emergency occurred. The exact cause of death was not disclosed. But a statement from Warner Entertainment said he was a much loved member of the Conners and Roseanne families For Over 25 years,
'The Conners' crew member dies after on-set medical event
"30th. Long time crew member for the show Roseanne and its spinoff, the Connors is dead after a fatal medical advance on the set. Warner Entertainment says it happened yesterday. The man's name not released. Spokesperson says he was a much loved member of the show's family. For more than 25 years, TMZ is reporting the crew members medical emergency happened on the CBS sound stage at
Sparks fly in 1st direct U.S.-China talks of the Biden era
"Children wear a mask. Tensions between top U. S and Chinese officials were on display in what was a photo op at the start of talks in Alaska. The scenes in Anchorage, Alaska, were tense, even hostile. U. S and Chinese officials sparring at the start of two days of talks. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Secretary of State Tony Blinken blamed China. For threatening the rules based order. China's top diplomat gang Jew chair rejected that, speaking through a translator. The Western world does not represent the global public opinion Chinese delegation demanded the U. S. Stop interfering in what it considers domestic affairs and criticized American democracy and race relations. Connor
Ovechkin scores No. 715 to lift Capitals past Flyers 5-3
"The capital scored a pair of goals about the first and second periods only five three win over the flyers Washington to the one of the first period lead on a goal by Alexander will that's given the Lafayette tied the game on a power play goal by Travis correctly the capital's regained the lead on a goal by Connor Shuri John Carlson in the three one of the second period became for one late in the period on a goal by nic Dowd who also closed the scoring in the third period with an empty net goal Ivan Provorov and Scott Laughton also scored for the flyers Michael long ago Philadelphia
Roger Federer's back, briefly
"Hello folks woke until mid week tennis. Podcast a podcast. That was very nearly recorded on wednesday evening. Following roger federer's first much back after fourteen month hiatus at three win over. Brit dan evans. How different might that. Podcast have sounded. Had it been recorded yesterday versus being recorded now of to his three-set loss to nikoloz bassett villi. That is the punchy question that i put to you. David law and matt. Roberts whoever wants to take it. I think i should say that. It's because of matt. Roberts said we're recording it now and not if i had my way which was last night because i was a bit ivory excited to just get chatted. We've been so overexcited that it would now be out of date. How how different need. I think what i'm getting at is different. Do we feel about wherever resort. And what he's capable of off the two matches than we did after one arm in a similar place but matt watched both matches more closely. So i'm going to defer to matt. Hospital pass might enjoy. I think yesterday we would have been extremely positive about federer. And i think today we probably should still be positive about federal because federer is being positive about federal and i think we should take him at his word and agree that this has been a good week for him. He gained the matches that he wanted. He felt pretty good on the court. Arise maybe didn't always align with that viewpoint today There was there was a moment in his match today where his movement did really stop almost altogether and it was quite difficult to watch at times. But i think that's a difficult thing to do to have tempered. Expectations of roger federer. But it's absolutely what we need to have and he's upbeat. He said he's already over. It flew into his press conference after the loss. Today said he's over. It is positive generally and therefore i think we probably should be as well but we certainly have a lot more data to go on now that we've seen him play this match as opposed to just one match against evans because they two totally different matches for him and we'll talk about both of them he. He was asked Today as he said my in that very immediate post loss press conference i how. How long will this take to get over this loss. Read compared to previous losses similar level tournaments similar. Sages at already over. It sounding like you know when you've been broken up with an ally. I'm completely fine. I'm completely fine. he was. He wasn't right for me anyway. I never wanted to win this tournament. It wasn't it wasn't dubai is going to be better in dubai but and yet it also as you say. We should believe him me. You know what. I d believe him i he. We should probably feel fine about it could kiss. He feels fine about it. David yeah a. I would say that occasionally impress coinc- he said everything's fine and then isn't fine line a back problem or something like that. But i thought when he came out yesterday and play his match against down evans that he started off playing very carefully moving very carefully. He wasn't explosive he was he was balanced. He was good. He looked serene the way often does and he was striking the ball very well but i just felt like he was inevitably be very careful. And that changes. The match tone in evans pushed him in. They played they played good close competitive match But and at the end federal showing some real explosive tennis in some and he was getting Any any finished with a winning. So i thought that was really really good but there was a euphoria about him yesterday. Which was all build apple. High pulled a chats. He was excited. Because he's he's like a little kid in a sweetshop isn't even. He's playing tennis and when the is on him he loves it. He loves it. He's always has but today. I mean i didn't see all of the match because i was watching. Arena against gubbay mcgruder. And i left federal watch to you both but then when that finished i turned over and i was less alarmed than i thought i would be given what i was reading on twitter. And what what i was just hearing generally because i think he was fife on down listening in the second set maybe even lose that set six one zero six to eight yeah and it was definitely the latter stages if that second set would definitely sort of hidden hope connor by a around about that time. I did actually have a little chat. we don evans on. What's up. 'cause he was watching the match he was watching the match back and he said of course he's of course he's naked and we play hard much the night before and he's he's any she referenced the kind of all of the check before the match and before the tournament ties you out and you hit you hit a bit of a wall in and it's not really surprising. The blacks thirty nine. He's going to be forty later this year. He's hasn't played for thirteen months. And now he's played six sets in twenty four
Draisaitl gets hat trick as Oilers beat Senators 7-1
"The Leon Dr Seidel had a five point game as the Oilers hammered the senators seven the one price title registered his third career hat trick and had two assists in Edmonton third straight win I thought our start was really good I think we we put them on their heels a little bit early on that that always helpful on Connor McDavid added a goal and two assists to help the Oilers improved to six and against the senators this season Darnell nurse opened the scoring three fifty two into the game starting a flurry in which the order scored four times in less than ten minutes Mike Smith stopped twenty one shots a blank the senators until Evgeni to Donna scored midway through the third period I'm the ferry
The Extent of Tech Regulations With an Expert
"I'm here with juniper networks is bob dunne to talk about oversight regulations in the tech industry. Hello bipolar you. Good connor how are you. I'm doing well tell us a little bit about your history working with government and how it regulates the tech industry web connor i. I moved to virginia with my family about eighteen years ago. I know mentor of mine from nortel said. Can you come down here and help me figure out this federal thing as he put it and i fell in love with the federal market and its customers Since then i was in a bid for awhile. And then i worked exclusively with the intelligence community for nortel which was some of the most rewarding work i've ever i've ever done then. I tried my hand in small business. I went to a company called star which is based out of portland oregon again focused on the army and tactical solutions. Then i went to ericsson federal which was actually sold in in spun off and korea. We created the company called ozias which still exists today. And then i went back to pack star. I was ceo. They are for a little over four years. And now i'm With juniper and very proud to be vp of federal for juniper networks with regards to standards and regulations and how the oversight works with the tech industry. You know you have the usual names. Like the fcc in epa eeoc in other agencies like that but What many may not be familiar with our agencies. Gsa which is a general services administration and nist which is the national institution for standards and technology. Their mission is to enable innovation through standards and measurements. And then on top of that. Of course you have congressional oversight which pays attention to The industry and what tech companies put out whether it's a service Or hardware yeah. I'm a big fan of nist here at sgx. Because i used so much of their documentation to help. Inform my understanding of technology. When i'm writing my articles before we dive into specifics. How is the tech industry regulated Do the industry regulators and various governments. Have a tight grip or things still fairly lax. I guess it depends on which industry. You're talking about so when the part that i'm familiar with an obviously involved in right now as network equipment providers we provide solutions and we are heavily regulated when you look at the social media companies You know it's it's a new world and you've heard about the Congressional meetings and some of the scrutiny twitter and facebook and others are under. And i think they're just trying to figure out now how best to regulate them do you Put a lot of standards in place like we have today through all the certifications we go through the federal government It remains to be seen with the latest Hack that occurred. A lot of people are concerned about cybersecurity as they should be. And i think there's going to be more regulation in that area as well. yeah maybe rightfully so. What are some of the significant government or industry regulations that organizations are still complying with. Well again you know nist is is very important to juniper and we go through the steps internally and then we put forward our solutions to nist and other agencies there's an organization called the gic which is joint interoperability interoperability tests center. We put a lot of our solutions through that process and then are certifications like a fed ramp when you're talking about the cloud phipps. has strong criteria that that Have to be met and other certifications going on down the line. So you think about. Americans with disabilities act which is section five away if to be compliant with that and the list is pretty long but When you select the market that you want to go after and provide secure solutions it's necessary. It's a requirement so that will continue. And i think those companies that comply with the standards and regulations really benefit from the outcomes because it makes their solution stronger. And while there's a lot of company oversight internal oversight. I think having the checks and balances only make the company stronger. That's good to hear. It seems like there's more regulations than just on the tech itself like you mentioned About disabilities and it isn't important to remember that these organizations are just like any other in that they have the workplace regulations on top of the technological regulations Exactly however in general what does regulation of the tech industry look like in the united states. You know what aspects of the technology are most regulated while the first word that comes to mind is security so every aspect of what we delivered to our customers. has different levels of security. There's risk management framework. Put out by diet cap that must be followed and we do I mentioned the There are others that are put in place like nyack. The national information assurance partners And they focus on common criteria and then companies also put in the rigors into their supply chain so supply chain management is critically important because it starts really at the idea of a solution or a product or a service all the way down the chain to implementation at offering so especially with the bad actors that are trying to penetrate networks companies have to Maintain control and put in a security standards that are second to none and if you look at the best technology companies the most successful technology companies security is always top of mind and and i think it will be top of mind for a long time.
Russian disinformation campaign working to undermine confidence in Covid-19 vaccines used in US
"The U. S. Is again accusing Russia of spreading disinformation about the pandemic, this time about the effectiveness to to US made vaccines. Russia's intelligence agencies are at the heart of the descent folk campaign, according to a State Department spokesperson. The agency's global engagement center, which combats propaganda identified four online outlets, saying they have spread falsehoods to undermine confidence in the Madonna and five Vaccines. The U. S accused. The outlets have also lying about protest, military conflict and more. Connor Finnegan
Poly Styrene Documentary
"Today. Polystyrene i m cliche is directed by both her daughter. Celeste bell and documentary maker pulsing charting the rise of marian elliott as she was born. She saw yellow pages ad became polystyrene and formed punk band x ray specs as we know in this foam. Celeste goes through her mother's archive and visits. The places of hutch halted. So let's listen to the trader to get a feel for it. Some people think little go should have. But i think my mother was punk rock icon. People have asked me if she was a good mom. It's hard to know what to say your rebel. Today's society paulie had our own ideas. Student full fully trends. She was a woman of color in. Dc full of white middle class. men was singing. polly was singing about. I fell in love with her. I fell in. The news actually started singing. Because right we will dive right in nora snaps point. He was a big personality but as we see her life was extremely complicated on. This is as much. Her daughter's journey as police starring life story. Was that a good way in. I think definitely I think by this point. We also board like punk defecation. This point know the way. The bbc fool punk document generation. That watches him in the in the same way. That like my dad and grandad generation. What war documentaries old thing again and again and I think it's focus the that it's kind of deified in such a like i wasn't like incredible and radical umbro which it was in some ways but also rian just reinforced the status quo in other ways. Like the thing. I think is really great why i feel like the rohbock of this narrative restarted with like the vowel between book which From a couple of years ago when she you know really gets to the kind of watson order of it in a way that is much more punk than saying like. Oh we great you know like sex pistols type branding and i thought that this documentary was like a really peaceful continuation overseas. Not done by polystyrene by her daughter. And i think it's testament polystyrene like complexity and also to her sensitivity. But then i'll say for her callousness towards adulterer as well. I think it makes were much more well rounded portray of somebody and also no. It doesn't just a pain releasing on her. You know she has her own issues but it looks at how they're exacerbated by the society around like a mixed race woman in london at that time in the punk scene. There's a bit wet don. Let says that she goes and shaves her head while she's a party jordan lydon's house and when winter comes back down they just love her releasing. That seem horrendous. In retrospect i'm sure we're just kind of par for the course in in the seventy s and the other thing i was gonna say i think is important is she wasn't postponed. She was punk like she's really part of the the formative dna not very easily gets forgotten. Like when i was a teenager Bought three for twelve pounds. Buzzcocks clash kind of burundi's wound go from and see a whatever it was but it took a lot longer. It's come across x ray specs and to hear them kind of debt day fight in the way that they deserve She had a rough up. Brixton upbringing. shoes booted at school. Punk rock was a place for outsiders is the cliche but actually you see that. It's inevitable that she is going to get drawn to something that's so creative but also that she can break whatever more that she feels that she has been put into yet absolutely I think one thing that's really striking by the way that she Shared her images. While is the like. Obviously i don't want a undress will. The sex pistols did two like bridge society but fundamentally that kind of just like a boy band put together by iron. Witten really edgy branding. And that whole thing is is about dog individualism. When really it was really nothing the saw. And i think that you know. Even the police die polystyrene style for rewards more individual. She recognized herself as a cliche. And she played with the idea of like branding and identity in a way that i find much more interesting than just like sticking a safety pin on it And i think we have to use it. Today were authenticity. It comes from a very real place whether the sex pistols Taped on summertimes travis. The problems with poly seem to stem from x ray specs residency. Cbgb's in new york when they went over us punks hauled coal. There were a lot more into drugs. And i think that london it seems to say. Was this the breaking point for the band. Is this the kind of crux in the film. I think so. I mean i mean. That's the argument fuel. Makes the About what happened to the u k Members of the dolls came over an introduced heroin to the to the uk seen quite quite a heavy way otten Concur with everything that lord said about film. I think The framing the fact that it has selected celeste stories. Her as she's dealing with navas legacy in some respects her mother had had semi other people's expectations about what she should be being Star as in and being mixed race being hauled somali in britain and she's just so in the clips that they use the archive clips which from most of them from a a great arena documentary from nineteen seventy-nine he was she's just so alive him sparking intelligence on which me a very funny and in most What she's doing. I think you know how easy it is to get coal topping to the move Nexus these achieved up by the film. I descend Points about the breakdown. the failure in a way to work out. How will she is. She's diagnosed with schizophrenia. Kind of putting for bit. has serious by disorder Move into harry christmas On also in places you alluded to neglect which she treats celeste points during the spirit journey and was pursuing a common all and happened. How different thoughts regarding way with the male and female office Think about lockdown about. How much care women having to take on board and also agree with. I think that when another book that i would put in the frame is what is alvin. Is is kathy. Adams was drafted memoir of juden in other key. Figure the kind prison to look look upon pumpkin kind of liberating. It wasn't how you think about kind of male violence. Where is actually to the nearly point it was it was quite at transgressive sexually A lot of the gay pubs and clubs were up with the next to solve it. I'm so i can imagine that. The film doesn't does kind of raise interesting questions. As well as celeste father is interviewed in it on one of us and absent biggest because he died. regional manager. And pau falcons stewart. Now again. Severi seventeen seventy six. He was quite a bit older than when they get and how much care and they seem to hide it to a certain extent as well a friends didn't really know whether they were going out with each other or not. We just didn't look particularly cool Strangely enough this film from that era with hangs connor in it could breaking gloss than nyein and strangely seems to be almost so the police story in way which becomes this incredible figure And has sta machiavellian manage aaron and has this breakdown and so on so until daniels place. This full manager boyfriend Is i think it's really five documentary. Actually i think you mentioned he was a guest. Shot means the fact that one of zoe's earlier books whose how's your dad's some which is a an account to of stars children's. She's absolutely perfect for collaborator. On this end coming book as other as good as andrew. Did you like this a did. I really liked it because as as long as it's very fresh indifference it's a dream like quality. This is very much not your friday night documentary. Which begins with the stock footage of the miners. Strike rubbish piling in the winter of discontent. Yeah i've always about acronyms because hatches and didn't stop not your kind of off the pex tickets sold. It's it is a personal journey. It's quite slow and quite like i say quite dreamlike and which i found very refreshing change from the usual stakeouts poke documentary. I remember when i was a kid. I thought i thought police really disturbing because i lived in a very white suburban middle of nowhere type place and you just seems so odd and the fact that she but were shut brace on top of the pops and i now say that that is really good thing that it should be disturbed a little. You not white kids in places where i lived in in middle. middle class. spices. To encounter is person who didn't look like a boss didn't like pasta but was absolutely transfixed thing
NHL-leading Maple Leafs beat Oilers 6-1 for 3-game sweep
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How the pandemic is affecting states unequally
"Of the characteristics of this virus economy as we have said on this program. I cannot tell you how many times is how uneven its effects have been on people black and brown and low income. Americans do in way worse in health and jobs and just getting by than whiter and wealthier populations are uncomfortable. As to how they're doing depends on what industry they're in and on states some of which have been really hit by this pandemic less revenue from income and sales taxes and higher virus expenses and some of which states that is doing all right so as the senate takes up. President biden's relief bill this week. And it's three hundred and fifty billion dollars in aid to state and local governments marketplace's mitchell hartman starts us off with a tale of several states. The pandemic recession has delta significant blow to tax collections. State revenues were down by nearly two percent from december. Last year overall. All but according to the urban brookings tax policy center tax revenues actually increased in twenty two states. This disparity has a lot to do with the mix of jobs in layoffs in a state. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy so many lower income people have been laid off higher income. People have been much more likely to keep their jobs so tax. Revenues are down by double digits in states with lots of low-wage tourism jobs in hotels bars and restaurants florida and but states with more jobs that can be done from home at higher wages. Like in high tech and professional services are faring better. Washington's one example thinks in part to folks like darby megan of spokane he's a manager for tech startup. his wife's an accountant for an architecture firm. They're both working from home. We've maintained our salaries and that's been huge blessing. Haven't had to take a step back hours or anything. Like that with the stimulus checks. That was a nice little bonus. The couple owns a home. That's gone up in value. So they're paying more property tax but they've improved their overall balance sheet. We've been able to save significantly more right. We're not eating out as much and they made one really big purchase. A new van built into an rv. So we've sort of taken some of our vacation money that you budget and instead may domestic vacation mobile now not every high earner has come through the pandemic recession unscathed. Fiona greek at the g. P. morgan chase institute has been tracking household checking balances. There are some high income families that have seen cuts in their income cuts in their salaries but most of seeing their bank balances and assets grow and she says one reason is the booming stock market the broader trend. There's the growth and wealth. We see a lot of families transferring money into brokerage accounts to take advantage of those games but some states are missing out on taxing. Those income gains at the top. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy. He points to nevada heavily dependent on tourism dollars revenue down about twelve percent where there is no broad based income tax. You're leaning a lot on sales taxes. Regressive taxes in general. Your revenues aren't going to do quite as well as progressive taxes at a time. Like this of just soaring income inequality contrast that with california that's opted for a more progressive mix leaning a bit more on the income tax most states do with higher top income tax rates on top earners. Especially that's staring a whole lot. Better with revenues up around two percent since the pandemic started. That's helped a good bit by silicon valley which attracted v and his family from texas. So i'm a software engineer. I was in iran for about four and a half years. And then during the pandemic My wife connor fulltime opportunity and bay area so we moved. He says silicon valley employers are hiring. Like there's no tomorrow. There were plenty of opportunities in the to offers in my hand. Some states are now considering hiking taxes on top earners to boost revenues and fund recovery from the pandemic including new york. Minnesota connecticut rhode island and
"connor" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Off for a nine of his fingers wanted his eyes and somehow he escaped from prison and and ended up in cuba where joanne chesimard is there victoria arena and several of them Since since he was let out of prison you mentioned oscar lopez. He has gone to cuba and So it is. It's a marxist cuban organization and not they were never looking for freedom for anybody they were looking for subjugation now another marxist state and how did clinton and obama get hooked up with these groups. Was this part of hillary clinton running from new york. Because i know that that clinton pardon some of the puerto rican terrorist because he needed the puerto rican vote in new york for her for her. That's what it was it was is. It was nineteen ninety nine. August nineteen ninety nine when congress is out of session and hillary was giving up her senate run and He had memos from some of the hispanic community in new york and in chicago. Luis gutierrez and some other saying You know they could get him. If would offer clemency to these terrorists Help the vote go to hillary and the clintons had had did this again with a group of acidic jews in new york where they both. They voted in block for hillary. Clinton in exchange for clemency They were clinton's. Were exonerated from that. By james komi believe it or not in in two thousand which is kind of another story. But but the clintons set this up to get votes for hillary. They offered the clemency a terrorist. The terrorist didn't accept the clemency. The terrorist said no and they stayed in prison for thirty days. They were given conference calls among the prison between the prisoners among the prisons um with eric holder is the deputy attorney general who push this thing through and a finally on september tenth nineteen ninety nine all but one of them accepted the clemency and walked out of prison oscar lopez rivera. The leader of them turned down. The clemency stayed in prison. And i ended up facing him at his parole. Hearing in two thousand and eleven in terror hood indiana. We kept him in and then obama's last day in office for years ago. Yesterday he gave clemency to lopez and They treated him as if he was a hero. He murdered my father..
"connor" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Joe connor is an author of a book entitled overcoming the fraunces tavern terror was released back in two thousand eighteen with three days away from the anniversary. On the twenty fourth nineteen seventy-five his father was killed in the fraunces tavern bombing in lower manhattan by a group called the f. a. l. n. That is a cuban marxist terrorist group since then the clinton and the obama administration have given clemency to those responsible. For the bombings morales the head bomber fled to cuba so joe has written a book probably in tribute to his father to expose what has happened and i want each one of you to take a moment and imagine if you would. Your father is killed in a bombing and the people who did it or given a long sentence in prison and bill clinton and barack obama go all right. Go back out and have fun. But you don't get your dad back match and how you would feel so joe. How old were you in. Nineteen seventy five. I had turned nine On january twentieth and my father's murdered on january twenty fourth. So we're going to be celebrating my ninth birthday that night. Take thirty seconds until me who your dad was to you what what kind of person who was my dad was my hero right. I was nine years old. He was thirty three. He was in new york city kid. I first generation american and he could do anything where was he from. He's from his parents. Were born in ireland. Well moms for narrow. And there's dad was born in england and Grew up in new york city and worked for the for the morgan bank downtown. That he started out of high school and Was everything to me like you know. He was my hero. He was my dad and my mom was tell you. You know anything that i thought could happen. He can make it happen and It was unimaginable to a nine year. Old that your father could go to work one morning and Be murdered and and and taken away from you and you know no justice being served especially with what happened with the clemencies. And how'd you find out. How did you find out about the bombing in his that when you realize he was there or did you first find out about the bombing and then we didn't know where dad was. Well it was you know bombings and whatnot. So is confusion and i was at school. I was nine and the vom happened around one thirty in the afternoon and my brother and i came home from school that friday afternoon. It was really nice day in january and we went outside to play. We always did. And my mom knew that a bomb had gone off downtown and she actually called and when my father didn't pick up. She said she knew immediately that he was there..
"connor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Eight five five two four two seven zero eight five is our number. We are coming back. cooper will join us at the bottom of the hour. Your phone calls continued when listening to paul. Finebaum show podcast. We welcome you back. Connor basil equa join us in a couple minutes the quarterback of the university of missouri. Let's get back to the calls and rich in georgia. Hey rich thanks. Good afternoon to you. Hello hey rich how are you. I just want to tell you how they started out. The year didn't know you'll have football and finally we got it. Oh i've enjoyed your show so much. I enjoy you wanna get to see on. Espn enjoy you so much. I wanna tell you. I didn't go to three alabama games. I went to Birmingham and seen them play Penn stay in great dirt us three field goals that you went to tuscaloosa in the great thing. Great keep cans. But i won't tell you my all time favorite bowl game. I think it's too long you don't. You're not old enough. to remember. But tennessee played syracuse in the gator bowl and syracuse had. The great floored little and larry's uncle the team and say boy from savannah georgia. They columns swampy ever heard of that. I will catch your politics. Show doing warren. I one of the few times or maybe one of the last time in my life. I'll ever say. I was too young to remember that. But i remember reading about the swamp rat and i don't remember that game specifically but appreciate you sharing those memories with us. Let's continue more calls. Here and brian is in tennessee. Brian offers the call. Thank you i'm living. Sec country emerging from louisville kentucky and. I don't know if you've talked about this. I know you know. South carolina fans on the show today though wisconsin field situation and the ad flew into bowling. Green friday to meet with satterfield and they had a face to face. The athletic director didn't know social media was going crazy over the weekend. Mobile about what was going on with. Satterfield would be flirting with her job and year to given cova no situation. We've got going on. I just like to understand what taking on that. A brian has ever happened before is a louisville coach. Ever flirted with an sec school. I think for those who go go back a long time that bobby between auburn and then with lsu for going back to two thousand and three the weekend right around thanksgiving weekend maybe maybe a couple of days before the entire hierarchy of auburn university of the president the athletic director and several members of the board of trustees flew to think it was made. Yeah right across the was jeffersonville. I can't they offered bobby portrayal the job in the word. The story leaked out. Tommy tucker bowl helped get the story out and they had to. when auburn play alabama. The neck said the weekend before thanksgiving or monday. Monday night before thanksgiving weekend and then auburn beat alabama and they had to withdraw the offer and they bill had a perfect season next year nearly won the national championship and trina apologized. Did all the may accomplish. And then did the same thing with lsu and then was sackville if you call his press conference today he basically told the fans and the administration people did to be local but if he got another offer from the carolinas say brown retires and a couple of years he wants to go back home to be close to his parents and the kids go back to where they grew up at and understand inspect that. That's an let me tell you. There's a brian when you as much as i want coaches to be transparent and i'm tired of being lied to by by coaches. There's only so far. You take the truth and i mean you know you don't act like you just been injected some truth serum whether that's true or not and i will tell you these are the kinds of things that haunt you as a coach. And you know. I don't know why we never learned with portray no. Because even after he played even after he blatantly misled and lied he went to he went to atlanta and walked out there in the middle of the night. And then he he completely brought the arkansas program down with other Deceptions but what i don't understand is if you're if you're a public figure. Do you think going to bowling green. You can pull that off in private. You can't britain's screenshots of the flight plan. Colombia blew the game and then into bowing. He makes a couple of hour drive down to bowling. Green really made no sense to me. What's or i mean. There are very few places you can have a secret meeting in today's world but with with flight plans being available and we you know south carolina. You can't you can't keep anything secret. So i fought satterfield. Just lack of common sense thinking he could get away with it. I completely agree. And i don't see with the recruits and then you got ex players were commenting on it now. The locker rooms gonna be the recruits are going to be moving forward. There's not a coach in the country. He's no recruit against whether it's a power five or a group of that is going to use that against him and i haven't I know that louisville media is pretty unforgiving. And i don't think anything's gonna chemmy. It's just everyone everyone in public life has been there some somewhere where you're having conversations with people and they always get out it doesn't matter it's this is not the sixties or fifties and sixties when you can have a secret meeting with. You can't do it anymore. Funny side note on that. With between know we still living in kentucky then one of the local reporters rick boches. I'm sure you know from work or and worked for the journal. He was actually on a flight. Coming in indiana. 'cause that's where he wants to school. It was You he's saw between o on the tarmac and the lear. Jet abraham broke the story. Yeah absolutely right. They wanted to get. It just seemed like the bully messed up situation on No coaches and loyalty didn't go very far. But we've been through the wringer with this so many times. Charlie strong peers are with tennessee with coming down here left and went to texas and just sometimes as a fan of does get old and my final comment brian as louisville guy. You understand this. So so not only did portray detroit louisville he. He lied to atlanta. Falcons he he. He completely betrayed. Arkansas will hired him back. Just because you can't be in the stadium doesn't mean you can't bring that classic ballpark feeling home with ballpark buns and rolls. America's favorite ballpark but roles are always freshly baked always soft.
"connor" Discussed on Coronacast
"So no one can we talk a bit about Connor McKenna, he's an essendon football player. And he tested negative corona virus on Tuesday, but he'd had a positive result over the weekend and he'd had an irregular test result a couple of days before that, so they weren't really sure which it was, and now they're sort of. It's looking like. Maybe he's fine, but I thought that it was way more likely that you'd get a false negative than a false positive so this. Is Not a great surprise in. You'd have to say that he has had the infection. He has been positive for covid nineteen, and it was accurate, because false negatives are much more common false positives. So what's what are we talking about here? So if you were to postulate, the comic has not been infected at all with the COVID nineteen virus. You'd have to say that the test. The day where he was positive was a false positive, so he was really didn't have. have any virus and the test falsely said that he did. That's extremely rare. What is much more common is the test doesn't show that you're positive. When you are in other words, you're carrying the virus, but the test doesn't show that you are and so. What Connor McKenna has shown a very typical pattern of people with corona virus. Is that early on in the infection? The test is either equivocal or negative, because he simply just don't have enough virus there to. To trigger the test, or the might be something wrong with the test early on then as more and more environment accumulates in your body, the test becomes more accurate, and therefore you know. He had some equivocal tests then he's scored positive. That's roughly around the time that you'd expect them to be accurately positive. And now he's scoring negative, which either means he's truly cleared the virus from his system, or he still has the virus, but the test isn't sensitive enough to. To, pick it up. Which is why he'll have more tests, so you have to say there's no confusion here. McKenna has been infected with the covid nineteen vars very typical pattern, so we possible it would be technically possible to see whether or not because you could do an antibody test if you wanted to..
"connor" Discussed on Coronacast
"So no one can we talk a bit about Connor McKenna, he's an essendon football player. And he tested negative corona virus on Tuesday, but he'd had a positive result over the weekend and he'd had an irregular test result a couple of days before that, so they weren't really sure which it was, and now they're sort of. It's looking like. Maybe he's fine, but I thought that it was way more likely that you'd get a false negative than a false positive so this. Is Not a great surprise in. You'd have to say that he has had the infection. He has been positive for covid nineteen, and it was accurate, because false negatives are much more common false positives. So what's what are we talking about here? So if you were to postulate, the comic has not been infected at all with the COVID nineteen virus. You'd have to say that the test. The day where he was positive was a false positive, so he was really didn't have. have any virus and the test falsely said that he did. That's extremely rare. What is much more common is the test doesn't show that you're positive. When you are in other words, you're carrying the virus, but the test doesn't show that you are and so. What Connor McKenna has shown a very typical pattern of people with corona virus. Is that early on in the infection? The test is either equivocal or negative, because he simply just don't have enough virus there to. To trigger the test, or the might be something wrong with the test early on then as more and more environment accumulates in your body, the test becomes more accurate, and therefore you know. He had some equivocal tests then he's scored positive. That's roughly around the time that you'd expect them to be accurately positive. And now he's scoring negative, which either means he's truly cleared the virus from his system, or he still has the virus, but the test isn't sensitive enough to. To, pick it up. Which is why he'll have more tests, so you have to say there's no confusion here. McKenna has been infected with the covid nineteen vars very typical pattern, so we possible it would be technically possible to see whether or not because you could do an antibody test if you wanted to. Maybe we're not talking about comic specifically here, but someone who had these sort of testing Patton. You could have a look at the antibodies and see if they. Had had it or not, after the fact after the fact, and well after the fact, it doesn't help you this week. It might help you in a month's time. True to get to the bottom of the affair, but at the moment antibody tests don't help you. You've got to go for the virus itself or the genetic trace of the virus so I. Mean you're making it sound quite cut and dried. Why are we still speculating about these wise and it just? Yes, he's had it. He should be an isolation while assume because. Team would love it to be. A crappy taste and he's never been positive all along and the and the one player who seems to have had significant contact with him is off the hook, and as a quarantine for two weeks and the team. You can get back to playing. I mean that's me being cynical, so there's there's a lot at stake here whereas if it's your granny. Important to your granny, but not necessarily to the community at large I well, let's take some questions from the audience Elizabeth's asking. What makes a super spread out? Is it something in their biological makeup, or is it something to do with their behavior? Really question. It's both so imagine you get faces with the Covid nineteen virus and you've got enough on board probably three or four or five days after you've been infected to start spreading it to other people..
"connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Probably who? Because I riding. Bobby. Bob Other Day Blah do a fucking prick because I think Zito's right in the sense. I think we can say the other day for a long time. You can't. You just can't do it if he can keep using. I liked the three to two week rule, it's perfect. I feel like now. I, have to live within the three to two week if it was if it happened two to three years ago, you say well two or three years ago. Couple years before. The other. Day because it was previously in other day the other year. Wait fucking succumbing your bullshit two to three weeks all right fine now no three days to two weeks. Three days to. Give me a year and a half can't do it. No, no, that's half. Year and I'm very skeptical and even give a month seen now three months. I say it I think I, might. Forty two months. I think I might adapt to just within the year because what he said last year. That is probably what you should refer to something that happened the other day before twenty twenty, so you might as well the other day for me from here on out strictly refers to things that happened during the year. With a twelve month time within you all right now it's. January January first. The other day starts so shy preface the other year the other day you can just say last year and that's last year. The is added. Changer! Other day. Live on fuck. Bob Other quick question for you. Guys of the show and I just want to hear the debate, would you? Who would be on your Mount Rushmore of Cartoon Character.
"connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"I'm not. This isn't this. Isn't it using your? Interest trying to clarify. I won't be lying. Someone also sending that multiplicity for for Keaton. Six different character he. Knew the name. A recent water right for this one is on me because I said soil. Yeah Nice I'm glad you brought this not dead. Soil is is. I'M GONNA. Argue someone who you go I'll read. It slowly was a living. Thing is very slow moving changing and growing all the time. No it's not. I don't care what Google says. A lot that has kids, and the only reason it's move is because of the Moon and the moon cycles nab the water and the earthquakes. Monitoring either make the argument because of tectonic plates organic based their Carbon Bay so it's an organic. Come on I know you. Can See weeds alive. Yeah! It's a plant. This is dirt started. Stir NEP dirt's alive. It's the circle of La. Dirt was alive wasn't tremors, and that actually wasn't the dirt it was the. Pilot dirt. That's alive in this room, is you? You Fuck and bag of disgusting, just terrible terrible filth. I tell you that as a matter of conflict, because dirt all over the world and people look. Next you. someone sent us in Zito bodybags. The expression the other day. is not used for yesterday. Obviously, generally it means anything from three days to about two weeks ago, which I believe that the rules that we were playing under the. Section as though it could also refer to times further in the past. Shuki piece of Shit. For saying two to three years further in the past. Past baby, it's. Three days to two weeks. How do they that? How do they make that because it just? It just makes sense fucked that who who's this? In leader. VINCI MR the other day. This is bullshit,.
"connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"A month absolutely not. Levy, but it is a wonderful place to be I. Think we just need to make a few repairs on our own? What we think. We gotta fix the Fridge. We got you. Youtube we have to fix the plank on the. Link there's there's there's there's one little. It's from all the guy is just. It's starting to rise up. or On your deck on the debt gotTa fix that once for and also there is this thing where? If it is passed. If the sun has set, you can see enjoy apartment from two miles away. Leave the curtains there are no curtains. I took them down before we got there, and then we're like okay well. We're not talking. Put them up if we don't need them in my bathroom for instance Piss right here and then I'd look out the window and hope that someone in the houses next to me like one time just looks out while I'm pissed. Because there's no point to have them. They're like even if I'm sitting down taking a dump I'll peek my head over the alleged little. owner. But like there's no point to have. Her nudie of! Not having currents though the sun goes in, it's so beautiful. Curtains no, no, no, no, we don't. We don't. It doesn't make sense. We get blackout curtains for reason, but he's right. There so much natural sunlight in this new place that I mean it's probably like the opposite of the day after tomorrow with the sunlight to and makes the apartment book ten times big. Time exactly. Exactly and then all of a sudden, you can just walk over the freezer and boom. You're in the data tomorrow. That's pretty awesome. I share ideals getting the folder. I found this. This goes around every once in a while. uh-huh and if we had this, this is what we would do. It's the United States high speed rail system where the train goes at two hundred twenty miles an hour, and you could get from Indianapolis to New York. Believe in six hours is different from the Tusla like the Elon Musk Yes. That was only still in What L. A. and Chicago hyperloop rates. Train shout out Ilan for having a threesome with amber, heard and She's a photos. What do you mean there's photos? There an elevator and there awkwardly. Doing the the behind the backlog like. Be. Heard some of their. I'll. See Carol the Button Car Keira Carol Carol Devine. I love. Yeah.
"connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Can. Sometimes I feel like a bag of shit myself because all have like a water bottle next to my bed, I do. That now. About keeping that around, just cases I wake up with. My mouth. One glorious thing about Indiana that I have found that I did not happen in Pittsburgh. The restaurants that give out cups I don't know where they came from and stuff like that, but stack pickle recipes are banning a couple other like restaurants that give cops through these large short plastic. Honest. Unfortunately did not. Survive all all of whom awful. Oh No! How did I miss that? Great Philly G. L.. These awesome. They, hold like twenty to thirty ice cubes and still have a lot of room for Water Oh. Yeah Oh. Yeah, that's why I'm surprised. You don't use ice before you go to bed, so you wake up when it's cold. I mean. Here's the thing about the new place. Right see about our. No, no I is, machine may not work. With the whole fridge itself places a dump. It's not connected to the waterline. Connected it. Well I don't know where they actual line goes. A lot of work is it is a lot of work. I'm not going to just walk. Go pull the fridge out and try to find his line. That may not even be. There may not even exist, but so everything in the in the freezer, and now is just like there's like a water residue going in there, and it's freezing everything so there is a waterline there is. It's a little bit of water trace. No, no, no, it's I. Don't know how to explain this. Though. There's a frost in the fridge you. Know No, no way. I'm saying. The sage in this freezer. The. Not, make it throughout the turn down I did. Share the door seal we. Down to seven. It was that ten. Yeah, you can't have that. What was really presets? Are things just have like A. it's just like The coldest is in the middle, and there's just these bars that are basically build up. There's not like numbers trying to like there's no way to judge. What the actual temperature of there is no temperature. Yeah, there's no temperature. There's just like these bars. Oh, you want to fill it up and make it as cold as possible or do you WanNa. Drop it down a little. Make it cool well. Why don't you give it some God damn number. DECIDE WHAT I Read fucking hieroglyphics exactly I don't know the system at this thing. Where is it ten degrees per bar? Work like boxes are frozen together at this point. I've been eating wings for dinner. Just like frozen wings for from Kroger I had to take this bag wings out of the freezer yesterday I opened it I reached my hand into. pull out one all fucking fifteen of them come up. Back into the back. Stop them back. And I took the bag on start bashing the side of counter right next to the dropping like a bag ice. What did drop it open nothing. That's when I just took. The took them back when it was almost like a mace started bashing. ALREADY DEAD! Dead Well. We're on steeler correctly it. Boys. Don't bring a common. For one day. Drop it in there and boom..
"connor" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Let me. Ask You about Tailor Bosak ahead a conversation some time ago with with Colby Armstrong, who played in Toronto with Zach and he said Oh. He's a dream to play with when you play with Tyler, Bosak, the game is really easy, and the game is really simple. Do you know where he's coming from? Yeah I do exactly he just. He. He's he's a guy. You know what actually Chris Tierney is a lot like plan like that in In the sense That's similar. Egypt knows how to play. With Bosie, they're just smart in, so they can. It makes it easy to play with in the right spot there under you a Centerman. Good passers can finish this kind of got all the tools in, and they can thank in it, so it's those guys are always. There are a lot more fun than playing with the guys that are really fast and. Can, burn. Anyone it's a little different y'all Really guys play because they use you well. That's because you've got a good hockey brain in Y'all you feel that you've beaten guys with your brain as opposed to just your legs right like that's the key, yeah! Well Yeah exactly you know you you. You really can build that chemistry and create offense together like by. You, know, play with both xactly come to the bench. Talk about thanks same with tears in you know you cover the bench and you talk about plays and you try to create that way. You Know I. WanNa. Go back, so you're a sixth round draft. Pick in two thousand. And I remember talking to Dave known as a about the GM that drafted you and notice, said Mark my words. Three Years Connor Brown will be in NHL, and now here we are urine, NHL for four full years, and no one has any questions. What do you think that they've known as Sawn? You back in two thousand twelve had them convinced that you were going to make this step. Well I think that I that age I was. You know I think I wanted to the thirteenth round of the Oh and. Didn't make my first year I think I was so just getting better at a rapid pace. 'cause I was growing was getting stronger. As a young kid I, always kind of had the tools was a good player in a kind of got behind physically, and so it's kind of all catching up, and so I was getting better rapidly, and I think that's might a what what he saw I mean. You know I felt like that in my dad. Always kind instill data me that you know you're going to get bigger and stronger, and you'll be what you want, which were? So, just stay patient, and so I kind of had that sense of belief from. From my dad and I think I always believed that once I grew and got stronger. It'd be back where I felt like I could play it. I'm always curious about. As we go back here today, the. Always curious about junior players coaches in their first couple of seasons, and you had robbie terrific. Who I think was underrated hockey player. How was he as a coach for you? We think of Robbie photography coach with the Los Angeles Kings, but what was Ravi fitzroy coach for Connor Brown and Eerie. Yeah. He was one of my favorite coaches. If not my favorite that I've had. Just the way he thought the game was. For Him. It really wasn't about systems at that age, and at that point in my career, it's exactly the type of guy at I wanted to play for I. Mean when we would go through practice. Sometimes, they're practically about two hours long, and he'd be talking about defensive zone coverage, but it wasn't like where we should be as a team. It would be how you should play defensively as as a player you know need face in the pocket transition skating all that stuff and I think it really helped me become a better defensive player because I was always kind of like a power play guy until playing for him. And I remember one time. He brought me into his office in. My first year and he told me. You know you're a good player, but you're never going to be a powerful guy in the NHL in so that Kinda stuck with me and. I even a couple of years later I, one hundred twenty eight points and I kind of still understood that at the next level you know I've played with mcdavid at the time and you know I realized that I'm no where close to him skilled wise and in there's there's guys out there. That are run. How falls and I don't all fall? Be that guy that top angle, so that kind of distilled kind of gave me identity as a player, so he helped me a lot. You know I. Hope by the way that when people ask you about playing with mcdavid. You tell them that you had thirty more points than he did. Yeah he missed a couple of. That he missed twelve, but I wouldn't tell them that part. You just just leave that part out Lee out. Yeah, like in my younger years I would always like. You're young player, and you're trying to define yourself as a player and you want to get an league always kind of always little defensive, because people go, you know you played with mcdavid, and that's why I had so many points in that's. Pretty true now, look back on it. I had a lot of Chapin's I'll. Be Honest. Let me ask one story from the Erie, days? You're on the team. The Game Erie otters versus the Niagara ice dogs when Connor Chris had to go in Nets Connor Chris for those that don't know..
"connor" Discussed on If I Were You
"Loud Jake did you understand what that was. Yeah I knew every single note. That is a carousel cover by the band blink. One Eighty two. That's mark hop is on the base. Tom Too long on the Shredding Guitar Travis Barker on the drums and a hell of a hell of a fucking song. It sounded like it was mostly music and then a little bit at the end. Some lyrics right. Well I mean carousel is. It's got the iconic opening riff that everybody knows in loves instantly recognizable and then And then the Guitar. Riff also instantly recognizable and enjoyable. The lyrics are secondary but the guy did a great delong impression. So I would give that intro a flawless ten out of ten per fixed intro. Connor Coloradans here listening to you. Sort of wax philosophical about liquidated to would you think of the song? I have only a passing familiarity with eighty to two songs. I know all the small things. Yeah that was good. I liked that. What's My age again? You know more songs than that. You're damn oh no elevated in this added to the resident expert on. Yeah Kinda your I can make you an expert. Give me the whole podcast but can make you an expert just like me. What other song do you think he knows that? He doesn't realize that he knows. I think he knows damn it. I think he knows. I guess this is growing up. Did IT DUDE? Did you don't know if he knows. Adamson Adamson remember the time that I spilled the cup of apple juice in the hall come on Connor. I don't I don't know that song. Now there's an interesting phenomenon that I found which is sometimes I'll sing a song to someone and they will not recognize it all and I feel like I'm doing a perfect rendition of it. Okay and then. They'll play the OH. I know that I'm like what did I do different. I did exactly that. So they just the unfamiliarity I I'm not experiencing the phenomenon because as I was singing Adam Song to you. I knew I was butchering it. I was like with fear here here. I'll do it already of apple juice in the hall. Please tell mom this was all her fault. Doodoo who gave Stacy's mom has got it going on fountains of Wayne Okay. Yeah but magically not a million miles away right now. It's probably the same week that came out the same week. Is this okay? A million miles away. Stacy's mom is about Adam Song about suicide. Okay guys being lambasted for like a blink. I don't think so I I remember. I think there's a couple of lyrics that don't have an aged well and what's my age again Yeah the state down on. Sodomy would probably be. I mean it's not untrue. In depending on what the State is a commentary. But there's something about it. That feels a little bit gross. I should read. I should read the email that this person wrote. Which Nicholas Pain? Jake mentioned wanting a parody of carousel by blink. One Eighty two for a theme song recorded it quickly this morning. Has Jake ever seen blink? One Eighty to live in concert rights pain. Yes I've seen eighty to live in several concerts. You better believe that I do. The lyrics are always stands out to me though in that song is at the end of that when he says with many years ahead to fall in love. Why would you wish that on me? I never want to act my age. I think I've always found that to be quietly devastating song. It's a funny song silly silly. I think it's like the tone of it is like the sort of Jokey Song. But that's a very dark sentiment to end the song on. I think you know I think maybe he says fallen love once or twice but I think what he's saying. The rest of the song is fall in line. I think the end of it is fall in love. Well maybe even know fall in line. You're right does he say. Where's my Asian friend in the song or is that like a silly thing? They did in concert on the whole time. I retract everything that I said. I appreciate you thinking blink. One eighty two liners quietly devastating. So I sort of didn't want to take that because like they deserve that sort of reverends now they down. I deserve it from my rewrite. I really thought that was a phone line. I guess it's still. There's something to it but with many years ahead to fall in love. Why would you wish that me? Oh my God this is really owning that two. Poignant for the they also had a song was it would be nice to get a blowjob from your mom so. I don't think that they deserve the. Yeah I thought that was quietly devastating as well head from your mom. So loudly devastating. I don't feel embarrassed that I was wrong. I feel embarrassed them. That that wasn't the right later I feel and I actually. It's sort of ruined. The song for me is that to me. That was the whole ballgame. Was that with many years ahead to fall in love. Why would you wish that I mean I thought? Oh my God this really powerful south it just a little bit of Antar. -Tarian were dying okay. Y- it's just about being immature really par for the course Connor ratliff new head. Composites caster yes host and I guess brain Behind dead is subject of. Yes everything any any assignment you can give. Debt is things that are quietly devastating. Do what do you have an elevator pitch for that is for some of our audience that maybe somewhere I was in. I was cast in a small role in band of brothers the HBO Mini Series. The day before I was supposed to feel my scenes Tom. Hanks who set to direct said looked at my edition. Tape and I got a call saying you have to readmission for Tom Hanks he saw your tape. Thinks you have dead is and so. I- readmission for Tom. Hanks was immediately fired. This podcast podcast exploration of that. Also this well it's a it's an exploration from twenty years later. Yeah trying to figure out exactly what happened I saw one person saw like you know what happened to a dead. Is he got fired. That's what happened but I think there's already more to it than the casting director told. You actually told me that. They've decided to go another way. They're going to go with a more military type. No one directly casting process said you have is you have to leave. I was the message was relayed to me by someone who worked for my Asian at the time. Saying you gotta get down to London in remission. By the time by the time they fired us they like found a better way to say it. They're like come in audition again. You like Tom. Hanks thank you. Thank you have debt is fired? They weren't like we found someone with more lively is there were like we found it more military type that the people in the process probably never intended that message to make it all the way to me yet and it's possible there was also a game of telephone going on where by the time. The agents assistant was on the phone with me. Yeah this is part of what the the podcast is looking to Tom. Hanks actually said you have ready. Says Oh and by the time it got to you what did he was tired from flying to London and he was like I have is. I'd like to meet this guy in person. No one has ever posited that everybody was when I when I met him for the readmission He was in the middle of filming castaway and he was near the end where his character is completely emaciated. Could I didn't I didn't know about that so it was already like. I walk in the room and I see what looks like a dying man right like yeah like and so you know there are it may be that the resolution of this mystery is that it just confirms what. I've always been told but I also was told to different. Things began right when I told the I talked to the actor who replaced me in the role and he had his own story of what had happened. And how he got the role. Yeah it's very like a cereal but I think somebody said this on twitter. It's cereal but for something seemingly inconsequential. It's funny because it's exploring the way like very small things can be very important to very few people like but everybody has like the those kind of experiences where it's like an embarrassing experience that you're the only one who really cares about everyone else just moves on but that's right keep dwelling on it just like Adam conover said nobody in the story thought about it ever again for the rest of their lives. Yeah I yeah and I believe he's correct but this podcast also you know. It's like the act of observing thing. Changes it this podcast. It means that people are thinking about it. Like more people are thinking about it now than ever thought about it when it was happening. I mean you're getting like critical acclaim for this stuff. There was like a Guardian News magazine article written about the garden to me. I was like it's great when you get a digital right but when a digital thing gets written about imprint I was thinking well. Now you really mean it. It's written on Inc they literally. It wasn't even also it wasn't just in their podcast section. It was like what to do this weekend to watch the news. Better Call Saul and you can watch data and those were the top two things they led with. I thought well. That's that's very interesting. You see the Allen Separate Wall tweet saying it was his favorite podcast. He's going to do the podcast. I have a couple couple of. He's sort of a band of brothers like among critics. He's like one of the go-to critics for that. So I think he's GonNa come on and talk that's awesome. That ain't there are so many how you should. You should do your seat for him to as well like he did. Monologues at Ascott at UC BE NEW YORK. And and I mentioned this. This was before the podcast head even come out and I said I'm doing this thing. I mentioned private Zelinski. He says private Zelinski is how he was familiar at a level of he knows the character's names for people who appear in one scene of. Banda rather so Jesus and our connection to you through I think Ben Schwartz yes Schwartz. Who's done Improv? With you recommended the pilot you add made. Yeah I was having no luck. No one would even. I was going to continue this podcast no matter what but I would. I wanted to do it well because I knew it was a good idea. I thought it'd be a shame if I just record this on my cell phone. That'd be of the worst sounding podcast history and it'll be sloppy and have no. I'm helping me make it good right and and I couldn't get anybody even to email me back having such trouble and then I think I tweeted something miserable or something whereas like anyone know how to get a podcast to keep going and Ben. Texts me like you me to text Jake and Amir absolutely. Yes I love that and then we were talking and you guys were immediately receptive in a way that I'm not used. Fortunately Ben told us about it and now your work with like Mike. Our engineer in New York makes it sounds so legitimate. Like Harry who like it? Sounds like a podcast that was produced? With like fourteen producers Gimblett it sounds Sarai the the amount of detail that Mike and Harry go into. I get these emails for Mike. That are just like a hundred time code in a row and things like small coffee..
"connor" Discussed on The Lead
"The only team you could really compare to them is the nineteen seventies dynasties of the Montreal Canadians which you know. We're we're a whole other level entirely as well and it was. It was a different world. We haven't seen it like the nineteen eighty s oilers since edmondson's unique city because unlike a lot of other markets. It's a one team city and the oilers are are everything sometimes it's to their detriment because Edmonton is kind of perceived as a fishbowl. oilers are recognized on the streets. Everybody knows them. It's it's it's the talk of the town they are maybe the number one one civic activity in Edmonton and I and I have to say from my perspective it feels like the oilers put Edmonton as a city the on the map to a lot of people outside of Canada and it's so far north in it so far out of the mainstream. It's you know if you're not in the oil industry street which is the other way you might might come across it. Alberta of course being famous for its oil and for its beef but Even if you're not a hockey fan I think most people have heard the name Wayne. Gretzky having that sort of transcendental star it can't help but raise the profile the city and and I think ultimately the expectation is that at some point Connor mcdavid will reach at the same level of consciousness. Obviously we're still very early in his career. And of course Gretzky era ended in nineteen eighty eight in one of the most shocking and monumental moments in sports history. I'm disappointed about having to leave Evanson. Truly Meyer all the fans and oilers fans recovered from that yet. I think there's been recovery because I think there's understanding you know in hindsight. It's it's one piece civil larger collapse because the OILERS Cup after Gretzky which I think a lot of people who may be aren't in Edmonton or or more casual fans don't know there was a phenomenal supporting cast. Ask those guys were all removed. Sort of in the span of five years and It it was such a total collapse that you you almost kind of had to start from scratch as a fan and now fast forward to the modern era this Edmonton oilers team was really bad for a really long time thickly even though it would go over all time ago cargo Edwardson and thanks the owners. I kept getting number one. Pack after number one pick but kept losing and then they got the number one pick the Edmonton oilers would like to select with their first. Pick nick from the Connor mcdavid and yet even with Connor mcdavid. This team has really struggled. Why why is that? Why haven't they been able to win even with this generational talent historically incompetent management that? That's the that's the simple answer right there. This was a team that should be far ahead of where it is now. And the reason it isn't you have to look at the at the time. Peter Sara Lee who was fired midway through the past season and and deservedly so because he he was handed a good young core Connor mcdavid and got one playoff appearance out of it and there was this big moment home at the end of last season. Where in an unexpected moment of candidness connor mcdavid talked about how frustrated in unhappy he he was with the team's lack of success has been roller coaster? It's been emotionally challenging. It's been hard mentally to to kind of keep keep on going. You know You know but we were always kind of. He was so upset. He was so frustrated he was so disappointed with the performance of the team and and where it was ad in the NHL standings where it was at in in the broader NHL picture that he just reacted in the heat of the moment and it. It's it's impossible to to criticize him for that because it would be frustrating. He's holding up his end. He needs the the franchise around him to hold up. It's and I think this year there's been a transition to where we've seen the team around him get better. We've seen more support. We've seen more intelligent decision making from the front office and ultimately that's the only cure to those sorts of frustrations uh-huh and Jonathan. There have been whispers that perhaps Connor mcdavid request to be traded. If the oilers continue to fail is is that a realistic possibility like could Edmonton fans. Who once lost Wayne Gretzky also lose? Connor mcdavid I think it's possible but I also think the danger of it is overstated. I think there's a level of wish fulfilment in other markets where they see mcdavid being Wasted on a team that that has struggled for so long and want to get him out of there. I also think that the mcdavid feelings on the matter were made pretty clear when his entry level deal expired he could the four something at that point. He didn't instead. He signed an eight year commitment with the oilers and That that's not an indication of the player who wants to bail on a problem. NHL wants it superstars to succeed. They need their superstars to succeed for lead to be successful as it wants to be and this guy is the face of the NHL so from the perspective of the League what is at stake with. Connor mcdavid success every league. Take me to market at stars in the NHL has been criticised and rightly. So I think for years for failing to do that. They've they've tried to get better at it to me. You want the best talent to play at the highest stage possible and ultimately that means getting mcdavid on a long playoff run plane in the Stanley Cup finals and I think it would be good for the game. I think it'd be good for the League. I think it'd be good for Edmonton. If that were to occur.
"connor" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Is he is one tough. Sob One hundred percent. There's a lot of measurements of toughness toughness. And I only say that the guy unless you're going to have challenges along the way it's how you come out on the other side that eventually defined you as as an athlete and the person and you mentioned scam 'cause all the guys that have gone through that and come back and play in the NHL at a very tough time to be an elite player earlier. It's not easy to be an elite player. Look at Crosby. What he's going through? These guys are great and I had the opportunity to play with crosby had the opportunity to play with Stamkos an opportunity to be a big part of Connor's develop in his career. But we've learned so much and I've learned so much from being around these as a Beijing athletes and it's helped me provide a service for players that I believe is it's the best information and the best opportunity for those players players to become the best best they can be healthiest. They can be and have a chance to play a for a very long time. Is there any concern at all from a knee health both standpoint that there will be any long-term ramifications from not having the surgery I believed and connor believes that we all believe it. You for looking guys. They keep point two year old athlete like hockey player. This isn't as last injury right and the status of of his knee. We really believed and believe today that he got out of it unscathed. I truly don't believe but if you watch the way skates and way way that he moves and There now you can see in the first month into you guys. Quite closely. He had some hesitations had some hesitations into what areas of the icy went into. How fast food into those areas? How he came out of this turns so watching him? You could see that I don't see that anymore and improve is some of the goals scored recently and and what he's had to do to score those goals and how he's had to turn need to WHO to turn defensemen inside and out like eat healthy one hundred percent healthy and I and I know on would of course and pray that nothing ever happens to that new but it's come out of it One hundred percent all right and I think from is gone through all the areas of his fitness and training. That might have been is that we needed to work on. It gave us an opportunity to work on those areas while he rehabbed his knee. So in Truth Act. We believe he's stater stronger stronger athlete today than he was before the injury. We'll finish up with this question. Gearing we thank you for your time. You mentioned you've known and work with common going back to one thousand fifteen fifteen years old. What have you learned about Connor mcdavid in that tie in the you've been working with them? What should we all know about connor? I would say drive. Drive his determination to be the you know to be the best player in the world. Maybe he he truly never showed it. 'cause he's he was very shy shy and almost almost embarrassed around your peers because he was so good his commitment over the years his is resume. And see that that you've seen in this last year and through his collarbone injury or a at the at the top of the list and you know when I call Connor and say hey man you mind bringing those photos we need to the government in July and ended July. exult the Gulfstream. It's coming up and he's like yeah. I'm like where are you right now is just in my garage working on my shots. Aw It's eighty it's eighty plus outside right. It's in his garage and he's shooting pox. When I said what I should go inside buddy? It's July. I just relaxed. And he's like no. I don't like my shot. I gotta get shot. My shots gotta get better so when you hear that story and everybody Kinda chuckles about it but the truth matter is kindness Connor mcdavid middle of the summer and July. He's in his garage sheeting pucks because he doesn't like an shot when he said that to me I'm like about a year. You're on a different level. Like I thought I was crazy. You're you're you're crazy you're crazy in another way but but but that's why people want to be around them. That's why that's why young athletes young hockey players learned so much from being around him. That's what the summer program gets players around the league that come back to us. They watched the best player in the world. Prepare to play and when they solidly did this summer. Yeah it's a whole new love. Let me out because we talked so much about what Kinda mcdavid does rate and all the things that you like about condom and gave all the things that are inspiring Connor mcdavid Gary. We know that nutrition is a a huge part of your program. Is there one thing that connor mcdavid eats. Gary Roberts wish he didn't eat I would say I he probably he probably does I talked to those guys their day and I think he was hiding snacks behind his back and I was trying to figure out what he had they had they had me on facetime the other day calling me from a little three day trip. They talk and I'm like what what he's hiding behind his back so he something if he'd something I'm sure he'd something I wouldn't approve approve of but like all my guys are certain levels right. You you gotta let them relax and enjoy life and enjoy the game because as you can see it could be taken away from yet any moment. So there's so I'm not quite as crazy. People might Miam- provide information and and recognize once in a while the boys up to uh let their hair down to so he's okay. He's a little junk food. But you know I'll be watching how.
"connor" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Of Alberta Edmonton versus Calgary Agree Connor mcdavid leaves the game with a severe leg injury. Everybody holds their breath and assumes it will be surgery but his his team chooses rehab instead. This is the focus a something you'll watch after the skills competition on Friday and before the All Star game on Saturday Saturday on sports net it is called whatever it takes this is all about how connor mcdavid got himself back into the NHL after that injury. You'll never I forget Jeff watching that game when the camera zooms in on mcdavid. And he's like I think it's broken. You know you knew that was the last game of the season but still I think is a hockey fan. There's a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach when I still remember how gross it fell when I saw him whisper those words words and in the trailer which is really interesting. mcdavid admits that he waited until he got out of view and he was in the hallway before he broke down. He called himself Salva Mess. They got three opinions on this and it was the second opinion where they told them that. This could be a lot worse than you originally believe it was And then there were other opinions. That said you know you don't necessarily have to do surgery. And in the interview Gary Roberts and when he talks about Connor mcdavid tissue and how it responds well to treatment. I think that's the best way for all of you to understand why they opted for Rehab instead of surgery. But Gary Roberts wanted to make very clear and he says at once in the interview this is not about me Eh. But he said that what he's trying to do and what Connor mcdavid 's legacy of this may be is telling teams that you know if you're sending your athlete away for the summer. They're going home for the summer. You have to trust people around them like himself to have a team that will make sure your players to come back ready to play. That's what Gary Roberts is trying to say here. That Connor mcdavid is surrounded by people. Like Dr Martin Lindsey who is one of the great trusted people by athletes for his work in chiropractor and soft tissue you. Mike Pre bag was not interviewed in the peace. He's another Guy Lawson. Hamer was a longtime gymnastics coach. Who did some gymnastics works with? David get his body back to moving properly. Tracy Wilson. A great Canadian figure skater. The first ever to win an ice dancing Olympic medal title with the late Rod McCall. She was with them on the ice. Like all these people together were a team that helped make sure connor mcdavid was ready to play and the interviews really good you conducted it with me. I hope you feel the same way. But I think that's what Roberts trying to say is that you have to trust to your players to a team of people and he believes very strongly in his group that can say whatever sailing him. We're going to get them ready for the next year. There's a lot of really good information here that Gary Roberts shares Hope you enjoy listening to it as much as Elliot night. Enjoy doing it with Gary Roberts. Here's a former. Nhl Nhl her on the rehabilitation of Connor. mcdavid pleased to be joined now on thirty one thoughts podcast by former NHL. And the the man who makes players healthy and strong We all know the career. We all know the Post career work of Gary. Roberts joins US now Gary. Thanks for doing this. How are you today guys got doing today? We're doing well. Whatever it takes now? We've only seen the trailer but it looks fascinating. You've seen the whole thing. You were part of it. You were part of the rehabilitation that Connor mcdavid went through. What are we about to see in this feature to share journey about? Don't you know I'll listen Were to start like this time. Do you guys say number one Uh for me dealing with it from the beginning and the emotions that were tied to it I would say It was a pretty remarkable story. Obviously what Connor accomplished in a very short period of time when even us we're with them on a daily basis you know we had our doubts and and we had our fears as he did. I would say as far as life after hockey for me. this past summer with also running the business for one hundred athletes and then you throw in Karmic David's rehabilitation. And all of a sudden. You've got no time. Everybody says why didn't play golf last summer. Well I was really busy and and You know my member of COP and experts. I love the golf course. They may be Samis four times this summer. On top of you know connor situation and all guys and you gotta be respectful. You know other players say to me. Well what about me. You know conners getting all the love this year and I I point to all my guys is listen if you're in this situation we're doing the same for you you and that's what we're all about. That's that's why I you know I do what I do. Life after hockey is giving it players The the best care whether you're healthy young guy or is your guy whatever. Whatever it takes Ah I believe we have a team that can can help players Be Healthy perform at a high level and play for a long time and obviously at twenty two years old conor went through the biggest challenge of his early career. And you know I would say to everybody. You don't go through your career without challenges like this and this was extreme But if you look another athlete that I've spent tons of time with over the years. You look at Steve Stamkos but he went through right and he's now but in the league eleven years here's But he's had his challenges along the way and it's come out on the other side and still having great success the energy level so no one goes to the challenges we all get hit with challenges. Was it different times in our career and different situations different scenarios and of course connors was a very sensitive one this past summer so gary can you just take us through so oh. He's says he's scheduled for surgery and all of a sudden who makes the suggestion. That wasn't we try Rehab instead. Well I you know I'm not here to our on this thing to take credit for innings. It's really not about me to connor and his family and If you talk to the therapist you could talk to athletes care. Dr Mike Throwback who spent so much time with connor over the years and making sure he's recovering and healthy and and Dr Martin Lindsay who eventually took over When he came in the picture a lot you know obviously do so much for connor? Honor when you talk to these specialists that their hands are on the top athletes in the world on a regular basis when they tell you and they on me. Wow this guy's tissues amazing. It's like butter. He responds so well to treatment. He's so hydrated is nervous. System is always is ready to go and and that has been the explanation to me over the years. Remember like we've been with conner since he was fifteen years old right Honor was never a big fan of treatment. He didn't like treatment in his career. And you know he's learned to to realize and recognize the importance of it but when these therapist tell you this guy respond. So I'll each and every day to treatment and recovery and able to perform at a high level. Every day conor came to me and said like Intel into into Dr p biggest said like if my tissue got good and I recovered that well then why can't I rehabbed us and you know conard her. You know he just had it. He'd had many. It wasn't just is one opinion. Obviously the gentleman that offered the opinion of them needing surgery or careers in jeopardy That opinion key trained a a few others under him. That said. Possibly you could rehab. This you know Dr Mark Lindsay who you know. This isn't about my career but experience. What I went through a doctor Mark Lenzi reached out to to me until Lord Goldenberg my strength coach at the time? I don't think Gary's Don you know oh I think this new technique active release techniques. I think we can relieve the issues in his neck and I think you can go back to play. That was Dr Mark Lindsay. I was thirty years old and my career was over right. So we're we're going twenty three years later I've been involved with Dr Markman Z.. and Dr Pre bag and you know mazing amazing experts in this field who have rehabbed helped so many players and Mark Lindsay is still part of this equation because of how good use and Dr prebaked so part of this equation and this is what I built my whole philosophy and my program on. It's is integrating the fueling the training and the recovery to achieve high performance. Whether you are preparing to play for the season or whether you're rehabbing from an injury returning to play the main pillars of my philosophy have to support all of that and I think that's what connor he did. He took all this information is gathered since she was fifteen years old and I did to his rehabilitation of his knee and he's got youth on his right so no one had to cut into his knee and he's twenty two years old he responds amazing to treatment and to therapy and made them miraculously recovered and and come back as you see him perform day to day we are. We are so lucky to have. I've been part of this thing with Connor. It has made my team my team of experts behind the scenes. It's made us better. He did the work right he had had the guidance he had the information. He had the tools but in the end it's Connor mcdavid. Did the work you know. I'm curious along along this path. There has to be A number of hurdles and a number of benchmarks and when Connor mcdavid says. It's my goal. Take the training camp. I'm sure there was some skepticism from some people at what point during the Rehab. Gary did you and your team say i. I think he's GonNa make it when he told me he was going to Edmonton and possibly parent training camp. I was constituition right. Like I wanna say that's great connor. But it's not like what I wanted to say to and it's not necessary to do that. We saw how great he was doing and he started to skate. Maybe we had sean layered in. WHO's a skills coach with the talent? He came into ransom sessions for our pro. Players didn't amazing job. Connor was out there. I'd be watching those guys gates warning. You're on the ice watching and looking at him shaking my head. No not ready for that. No you're not ready for that. He just I'll and do it and I'd be I'd be nervous as heck because the last thing right. You got to recognize how much stress addresses wasn't our team knowing that the New Orleans who were were awesome through this Ken Holland flew in and and basically signed off on US doing this. It was all those people that were attached to this and the emotions and the trust and I was obviously feeling like this. This isn't a time to hurt this dissing August when he's on the ice. He's back on the ice skating and he truly you know what could he didn't really say it till the end. But you know we truly thought our eighteen us back in January That was going to be awesome and even the talk to the radiologist documentary Masher. He talked to mark Lenzi. I would say none of us expected. Connor mcdavid to be back in September and deep down. That was his goal. I would not. I'll say you know too many people. I don't think he shared that goal. Obviously that's what he wanted and he didn't want to miss any time three have to deal with all the emotions all all the stress around you know the fear of your career being over and from April to September to do what he did you know. He's an amazing amazing human being both his character Kirk and his skill and his resiliency two final questions. Gary in the first ones tied into that the word toughness in a lot of ways is associated with. Can you win a fight. Can You punch somebody in the face. But I believe I believe true. Toughness is can you you grind when life throws you a challenge whether it's physical emotional mental your family can you grind through that challenge and and I think what we've learned about..
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"Connor was it was pretty wild Harris hitting three pointers, Bradley hidden three pointers. I mean what's going on with this clippers team because as I'm looking at the the Western Conference. It's it's so jumbled up and really I'm one of those guys Connor I don't think the season really starts until tomorrow anyways, Christmas day, but the way that the way that the clippers come out and play against the warriors, even without Blake in the new look clippers. I should say this is this a rivalry. Or is this just a team that just circles the date every time the warriors are they gonna chance to meet up with the warriors. I'm not ready to call it a rivalry. Yeah. That I will say that the clippers are outpacing expectations for sure, you know, I don't think a lot of people gave them a real chance heading into the season. They kind of have what appears at least on paper like mismatched roster a bunch of kinda, you know, guys, you have talent. But haven't really accomplished a lot this league? But the thing is they've they play with toughest they played greediness. They can knock down threes. And that can get you far this league, especially when the west is wide open as it is right now. So I think the clippers will be a factor in the postseason. I really like what they're doing it. I like the edge. They're playing with you start getting pretty feisty with the warriors last night. I think that's good. You know? So I I like to I like I've always kinda like Beverly because he kinda even though he's not a face a franchise humans brings the tenacity to every team. He's on. He's I think he's helped bring that to the clippers. I agree. I think at times it can be kind of past. I mean, especially when we're talking about here with the rockets now with the clippers. He's he's always been kind of a past. I think for the Dobbs. But it's so funny that you mentioned how wide open the western conference's because I really don't see the seating staying same all year long, especially when you look at five throughway. I mean, we've got the Sacramento Kings at seven right now, they're playing outstanding basketball is going back to the clippers. I think that I don't think that they'll beat the dubs in a series, but they can beat somebody. They may shock. Doc somebody in a postseason series. Oh for sure. Yeah. I think I think that it could be a situation where every first round series outside of whatever one the warriors are in could be wide open. I mean, you have Denver is the number one seed in the western right? They're only they're only eight games separating the number one seed in the number fourteen seats. I know it's crazy. It's crazy. The only team out of the running right Phoenix. But everyone else is in the hunt. So it's been absolutely insane. I can't tell if it's because the teams are better or if it's just watered-down. I'm having a hard time figuring that out. I think it's the former, but I'm still figuring that out. Yeah. But don't I agree with you? I agree with you. I think everybody's gotten better. They know what the level of competition is when it comes to the warriors. The warriors are going to be the king of the mountain until somebody knocks them off. But I'm just this is why I think this team and this run Connor is so important to the league because we're watching every bites like they're there at the very top of the mountain, and we're just watching everybody tried to climb and change ways and change up their elixir what they think is the right for succession and trying to chase the warriors. I mean, I gotta be honest with you. I'm a little disappointed with the Utah Jazz this year. I thought Quincy would have that team coming out on fire. But then again, I really don't think that the season starts until Christmas. So what do you got for tomorrow warriors and Lakers and LeBron tried to play down? This this matchup. This is the game. That's gonna kick everything off. I think I agree. There's a there's obvious reasons why we take this game for Christmas. Once again will Brian against against the warriors. I would have made sense for them to do Lakers Celtics giving the history of the Mike coastal, you know, popularity of that robbery, but I'm glad they pick this one just because watching the best player in the world Gauguin's best team in the world is intriguing in terms of the match up. You know, the Lakers have really, you know, stabilized after that rough start there only three and a half games back of the warriors. Lebron is being the Brown playing some NBA MVP level basketball and has gotten the Lakers playing good defense which looking at that roster entering the season that everyone thought that was gonna be the big shortcoming. They didn't have a great defender on that roster. Their top eleven twelve a league on that side of the. Boss. So I think it's going to be competitive game. I think the warriors probably pulled out because they're gonna wanna win this one on on Christmas day, I guess LeBron. But, but it's gonna be a fun one for sure as we jumbled up, the Western Conference isn't a this is this is a little silly Connor. But you think about how we head into April May June the postseason this the way things are going right now in the Western Conference. If these teams are consistent that the warriors wouldn't even have to leave California for the post season. I know I've had I've heard that a few times which honestly after the grind of the travel grind of a regular season. I would not complain about that at all. I personally, you know, I I'm not gonna lie. I'm kind of hoping for a Sacramento warriors match up in the first round. Nice. Okay. Houston. Ninety minutes. I think that'd be a great story. Never played each other the playoffs ever. Isn't that? Amazing. That'd be cool. Yeah. Isn't that amazing the kings and wars we've never seen in the postseason? That's that's wild while to think about. You know, what's really crazy? They earlier this season. When the when the kings came to oracle that was the first time they had played each other ever. We're both teams had a winning record. Yeah. I heard that too. Actually, I think I heard that from you the last time I was talking talking to you about it that it's crazy. I mean, listen, I before I digress for a second. But the Sacramento Kings at such a young core healed Willie Cauley Stein DR FOX, I love what they have on the floor. My whole thing with the Sacramento Kings Connor is I don't trust the front office of Eveque day. I don't know if they can put guys around that. I don't think they know what to do with that court until they can show me that they do. I'm still going to have that status stance. Here's the thing though. It's all about just getting a couple core pieces. And then once you have the core pieces. It's a lot easier to make decisions it's about finding those core guys that's the hard part. And you know, the reality is if you have enough top five picks year in and year out you'll probably eventually stumbled on a couple of guys. And I think I think the kings. Despite the fact that they've made some horrible draft decisions of the past few years. They had had enough high peaks where they they they got they fell into a deer and FOX, and then they chose Bagley. Over Luca Danni. Keep in mind who would be would be their best player on the team this season. If they'd picked up they got badly. Who's also going to be a really nice piece going forward. So they have the pieces, and I think from here, even though I with you don't really trust me. But I don't really trust. Yeah. I think that they can find a way to not mess this up. I hope so because the Sacramento Kings fans are pretty passionate and pretty rabbit. They deserve something before. I let you go before. I let you go and kick you off to your holidays. I do appreciate your time. The video of K D And boogie Katie flop on that Katy. Levonne? Because I've heard this before I've heard about this before guys when the cameras are on coming back from an injury wanna play it up a little bit of Kevin Durant. He knocked down he dunk. Tommy. I just I don't know. I just want to get your thoughts on that. I think putting a little bit of show. Nothing wrong with that orders right there. They saw us with our phones out. They were having some with it for sure. Yeah. But it definitely a nice sign of progress for her cousins. And I think it also just the report he's building with Katie guys. I think are as close as I think cousins is close Katie as as he is anyone on this roster. And I think that bodes well for Golden State because they have a similar lifestyle. I mean because of the commission we look at Stephan K D, but there are so different different routes in their own life. Staff has kids and wife K D does what K D does I think buggies on that same route with Katie is that why those guys became super glossy actually has two kids, and he gets people who know a lot about his personal last because he's a very private guy. But. And he's actually kind of a homebody rally strike me as that type of guy. I if I don't mind, I I have to I have to ask you a read a profile I wrote on him a couple of days ago when you went to Boba Alabama. With him wrote about his background and stuff. So I get into a lot of that stuff. But yeah, he he's a pretty private guy. But I think he and understand each other because I think both of them have felt misunderstood. Interesting. Of their careers. And I think they can kind of relate to each other on that level, and they both came from rough backgrounds child child of single mothers who were on welfare and had to raise several kids. So yeah, I was trying to find the bond. Global? Yeah. They came from similar backgrounds. All right outstanding counter. Thank you so much for a half an hour with me on Christmas Eve merry Christmas to you, my friend, and I will talk to you real soon. Appreciate your time. Appreciate it guys. Thank you. Thank you there. He is Connor Letourneau covering the warriors for the chronicle. All right away. Kmby are is the number coming back and back into the NFL. And then we'll have one more Christmas segment with our man of peace and tangible junior before Bob FitzGerald, hops in at two o'clock drop filling in for Gary and Larry on Christmas Eve, you're hanging out with me on the sports leader. Folks. Faithful joyful and triumphant. Okay. Triumph is.
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"Great strategy for me to to get in touch with some people and start to land some of those first podcast. So if if you're someone that's looking to get this off the ground as a marketing tactic your business. I would definitely encourage going that route to follow up to the tweet. You can also send your your canned email or you know whatever you WANNA call it customizing it a bit at the top. You can send it to that individual the podcast host. So they have to touch points where they're seeing you coming into their system in. Hopefully that implies them enough to give you a response whether it's now or to ask for more information or scheduled podcast. I liked that I liked that because a lot of people will send one one e mail and then if they don't get a response they just kind of assume that the host isn't interested in very often. I find that people are just busy so they may not have opened your first email maybe it went to spam for whatever reason or maybe they just got busy and I can say myself as podcast host. This has happened many times. People have messaged me about being on the podcast and I thought Oh that would be a good interview and then I continued on with whatever else I was doing and they just get lost in the shuffle and I find number one. I'm thankful when people like reach back out and say hey. I reached out last week. Didn't hear anything. Is this something you're interested in? You know they're not be in promotion either not like annoy the crap out of somebody or like you said which is probably one step better is to go to them on a different platform like twitter. And you're right with podcasting. A lot of podcasters are on twitter. Very heavily so. I think that makes perfect sense as a second platform to reach out to them through. This is wonderful connor. I really appreciate everything that you've been sharing today. So for those folks out there what would be kind of one piece of parting advice that you can share for people that are thinking about are trying to improve the way that they've been using podcast guesting as a way to get the word out there for themselves. Yeah of course so. I think one piece of advice. If they're really looking to scale their podcast guesting efforts would be to to put a lot of effort behind it and build out you know systems and operations that are GonNa make sure that it's significant part of your business so if you don't have the budget and you don't WanNa hire a company that helps you land larger and more niche podcast interviews. You could also build out a small team. That's consistently on a daily basis. Let's say researching twenty five new podcasts. That may be a good fit for you and reaching out to those people so that you always have leads coming in and you always have new opportunities where you can be sharing your story. I think a lot of people may try casting as a guest on a smaller scale. And maybe they they don't see as many results at first so a give up on it but if you put efforts behind it and you can you commit to a consistently. I think it can become something where you're able to build a good voice behind yourself. Make a lot of great relationships and had a great resource for brand new business perfect. I couldn't agree more Connor. So if somebody is interested in doing that you know. Let's say they want to hire a small team to help them out with that. How would they go about it? Of course so if you're.