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Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"The KCB as sports line, and he has the answer as to why Kyle Shanahan feels like he's watching another team run his offense this week. Yeah, the forty-niners getting ready to take on the dolphins this week and offensively the dolphins are a team that likes to do a lot of the same things at the forty-niners like to do and that's not surprising given that the dolphins head coach Mike mcdaniel was the forty-niners offensive coordinator and it's been over a decade working with forty-niners head coach Kyle Shanahan in different roles and as Kyle Shanahan has been watching film to get ready for this weekend's game. He was asked if he feels that he's watching his own offense just with some different kind of players like Miami star speedy wide receiver tyreek hill. Oh, it's cool to watch. I mean, right when he got tyreek, you knew how much that was gonna help. Tyreke said, there's a number of fast people in this league and to me he's different than everyone else, probably ever. Just the physicality and speedy runs with. So just some of the things that they could do with him is cool to watch. Now, Shannon says he's been enjoying it, but one of the things that's really jumped out has been the play of dolphins quarterback to attack of aloha and all the things that he's been able to do. Shannon says he's noticed a big difference in two of the season. You know, the question was watching two and offense. And while it wasn't totally sure of that and I remember turning it on the preseason and watching his first game and I was like, wow, this guy looks totally different and looks very comfortable and then turned it on week one and I thought he was playing a week one as good as anyone in this league and I don't think he's had a game not like that. Now the forty-niners back on the practice healed they aren't dealing with some significant injury questions for this week's game start running back Christian McCaffrey not practicing today with a knee issue wide receiver deebo Samuel limited with a quad injury and starting offensive guard Spencer burford he is also out today dealing with an ankle sprain. From the sports desk, Joe Hughes
Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on Schlereth and Evans
"Find your Jalen hurts. Go find your dak Prescott. Go find your Jimmy Garoppolo. Go find your Kirk Cousins. By the way, take a look around the NFC playoffs right now. All the teams are in the class. All khaki pants guys. The entire NFC? Basically all khaki pit. Go. Draft a quarterback. And I know because you're thin on draft picks this year. There'll be a sense of, well, we got to go get this kind of player. You're stuck with Russ for now. You hope that Russ can be salvaged. You hope that Russ can turn this thing around, but you've got to start to prepare. You got to start to have a contingency in place. And have somebody that you are developing that you think could be the next guy. The development part is so Mike, it's so vitally important. And it's something that we tend to, you know, kick to the curb. But you're a 100% right. Even Aaron Rodgers was a 24th overall pick. Right? Sat behind Brett Favre for several years. Now they've got the same situation with love, and I have no idea if Jordan love is going to be good or not. But he certainly looks like he is gotten a whole lot better over the course of his time just learning from Aaron Rodgers and watching and practicing. So I think it's, I think it's a legitimate plan. But it's got to be somebody. It's got to be somebody that you believe that you believe in. And you got to sit down and have that conversation with him. Kirk Cousins had the conversation with Kyle Shanahan. You're here because we believe we can develop you and ultimately, if we develop you, we can trade you and get value for you. Yeah. Like he was told that from the beginning. Well, I think this is also another way of delivering a message to Ross, too. Not only do you have to have somebody in that as a head coach and offensive coordinator is going to say, Russ, look, this way it's going to be. Yeah. Okay? You have to put aside your Drew Brees dreams for a while. This is the way it's going to be. Otherwise you don't play. And follow up by drafting a quarterback that you are clearly stating to everybody, this is someone we believe could be our starting quarterback. Here in a couple of years. That's where I would start. Four down territory, coming up next. Hey, it's Mike Evans. Silta heart motors understand sometimes bad things happen to good people. That includes bankruptcy. If that is you, you can still purchase a car at filter hard with zero money down in almost all cases. This is a program they've been doing for 25 years. The dealership itself is almost 60.
What’s behind worrying RSV surge in US children's hospitals?
"Children's hospitals are seeing a worrying surge in a common respiratory illness Doctor Juan Salazar of Connecticut children's hospital is calling it an emergency Hospitals are bracing for a triple whammy of a particularly nasty strain of influenza COVID-19 and a common respiratory virus known as RSV In Texas children's hospital in Houston is treating more than 40 patients with RSV medical university of South Carolina says the state is drowning in it and children's national hospital in Washington D.C. says they have been very busy at all locations due in part to the spike RSV has no vaccine and usually causes mild symptoms but can lead to serious lung infections and a struggle to breathe especially in babies and older adults Experts say the virus is encountering a vulnerable population sheltered from common bugs during the pandemic lockdown White House COVID-19 response coordinator doctor Ashish jha talked about it at a briefing in mid October where he recommended Americans not wait to get their updated COVID and flu shots this year Because it takes a couple of weeks for your immune system to kind of generate the benefit from that vaccine And that means you will be ready by Thanksgiving Jennifer King Washington
Brad Smith of National Right to Life Michigan on the Left's Goals
"I'm delighted to welcome our guest today Brad Smith. Brad Smith is the development coordinator at right to life Michigan covering Detroit and southeast Michigan. Brad, thank you for joining us. Oh, thanks so much for having me. It's great to be here. Well, this is great. Well, I want to start on a positive note. We are so blessed that roe V wade has been overturned. It's a huge victory, something that pro lifers have been working for for decades. And now this issue has gone back to the states. So that's where the battle really is now. Before we dive into Michigan, I want to ask you a little bit on kind of what the left's goal is and all these states and what do we need to look out for is kind of their broad strategy. Well, and I think even the step back so people understand what the real battle is here, my wife and I have a little girl with trisomy 18 significant disability and one of the things that when we were pushed to have an abortion, they wanted us to kill her. And we thought when we said no and did that fight with them, that that was the end of our fight. And little did we realize it was actually the beginning of our battle. And I kind of feel somewhat the same way with this. I mean, we've been fighting for a long time against roe versus wade. But I almost feel like it started the real fight now. Because now that it's come back to states, it's every state is battling and that the battle has only grown much more intense. And much bigger things even on the line now as we go state by state and each state is fighting this battle. So it's going to be an interesting thing to watch as these states do it, but Michigan is a crucial one. So it's one that we are working hard to make sure we don't lose here.
The latest in sports
"AP sports time Josh rowntree a monster Monday night for Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs correspondent Greg eklund has more Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders You know we started off a little slow Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up and arrowhead had our backs so we just rally together and really really fought through that one After spotting the Raiders a 17 nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23 The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Matt rule Monday Rule was less than three years into a 7 year $62 million contract The Panthers are one in four on the year and lost the San Francisco 37 to 15 Sunday Rule was 11 and 27 during his time in Carolina defensive pass game coordinator Steve wilks was named the interim head coach Carolina also fired defensive coordinator Phil snow In baseball it was an off day for the MLB postseason for all teams with action set to resume Tuesday but there was some news The San Francisco Giants hired Houston assistant general manager Pete patella as their new GM Patella will replace Scott Harris who was hired as GM for the Detroit tigers last month In golf Dustin Johnson needed only 6 events to have a $30 million a year And he still has two events left with these Saudi funded lived golf tour even though he failed to finish in the top ten for the first time Johnson and clinched the inaugural live golf individual championship the two time major champion has already earned over $12 million winning the season points title comes with an $18 million bonus I'm Josh roundtree AP sports
UN: 5.7 million Pakistani flood victims to face food crisis
"Humanitarian agency is warning that nearly 6 million Pakistani flood survivors will face a serious food crisis in the next three months and is calling for a large uptick in funding On Saturday the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs announced the current floods are expected to exacerbate food insecurity For around 5.7 million people in flood affected areas in Pakistan now Julianne honeys resident coordinator in Pakistan says more funds are needed to prevent a second wave of destruction from waterborne and other diseases a recent appeal for 160 million in emergency funding honey says has not proved to be enough agencies
Get to Know Michael Henry, Candidate for NY Attorney General
"You Give us give the people in New York and the nation a little bit of your background because it's very important this race against the current corrupt attorney general in my view Sure So basically I was in the mortgage industry eventually went back to law school at night was actually a regional coordinator for the federal society currently own a commercial practice based out of New York City living a story of queens First in my family to go to college And for me it was the one party control of the state along with the government disaster response to the COVID crisis that made me start to explore this from And in this state for the last 20 years this office has been utilized for one of two reasons First one is to become the next governor with statistician James clearly failed to do The second one is to weaponize the office against political opponents which the tissue James is going to continue to do And I want to restore a level of competency efficiency and integrity back to this office where there is none and show the country on November 8th that the days of attorney generals and prosecutors turning a blind eye to crime and using their office for political prosecutions and persecutions that's going to end We are going to show the country that those days are over with
NH's Karoline Leavitt Talks About Her Political Oponent Matt Mowers
"More about your opponent. He was the chief of staff for doctor birx, is that right? Yeah, that's correct. Matt mauer is the longtime political operative. He got his career actually started being involved in the bridgegate scandal with disgraced former governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie. That's what brought him to New Hampshire to be a New Hampshire's Chris Christie's New Hampshire political guy in 2016. So he moved to my state to use it as a political launching pad, obviously Chris Christie failed miserably so that Matt mausers hopped on the Trump train and served in a State Department under doctor Deborah birx. He was her chief of staff. He's called her a national hero and a national treasure. He's referred to her as a good friend. And this is the woman who was in cahoots with Doctor Fauci as we now know. Manipulating COVID-19 data reports and lying to president Trump to force millions of Americans into lockdown to shut down our businesses to keep our children out of school for a year and that now is ushered her into that role in The White House as COVID task force coordinator. Then he did some lobbying for an opioid manufacturer, which is very infuriating to me as a granted state native because we have a massive problem with the opioid epidemic here. I have friends and family members who are no longer with us for drug abuse and this guy was taking checks for one of the biggest opioid manufacturers in the country and then he decided to run for Congress already lost last time and now the establishment is still shilling for him. The people are not buying it though. And again, that's why we're going to win tomorrow.
Are We in a Spiritual War?
"Us right here, clarence from Florida Charlie, I believe, or in a spiritual war every time I say this, my Friends roll their eyes. What are your thoughts? Love the show, and I'm subscribed to the podcast. Thank you for subscribing. Oh yeah, we're in a spiritual war. So there's a new character I want to introduce you to. Around the topic of monkeypox. So Biden's new monkeypox spokesperson, appointed doctor Dmitri, daskalakis, as The White House national monkey pox response deputy coordinator. Also the CDC's division director for HIV prevention. Well, he has a very strange penchant for some imagery and symbolism that is spiritual in nature. And no, it's not the crucifix, not the virgin Mary. It's not saint Michael, it's not angel Gabriel. No, he seems to be very focused on posting pictures, even though he was raised by Greek Orthodox immigrants, he has a penchant for pentagrams and other satanic symbolism. The national pulse reports, great website, daskalakis, social media presence, is very disturbing. His partner Michael McNeill launched a goth Jim in New York, posting pictures of monster cycle social media is replete with satanic imagery. Monster cycle social media are full of references to satanism, including his tattoos.
Paul's Mission to Stamp Out Heresies With David Limbaugh
"Talk about how Paul was kind of on a mission to stamp out early heresies. I think it's important for some of our listeners that are new to the faith. Talk about the context which was written. So Christianity was not even really a term at the time, right? We now call it Christianity, I'm not really sure that they called it. I think they call themselves brothers or sisters in Christ, you could tell us, but basically there are all these little pockets of the church all across the Mediterranean and Paul is just Polish just kind of playing offensive coordinator here and being like, stop doing that, stop doing this. Talk about that. Yeah, I think they called him the way for a while. The way. And but in disparagingly, of course. But Paul, this is so interesting and it's so relevant to our modern times where truth, the very nature of truth is being attacked. Jesus Christ is truth. And is the foundation for all that is true. And to the extent that the modern political left or the anti religious left can undermine the very concept of truth and distort language and postmodern culture, whatever, it undermines everything. It introduces moral and intellectual chaos. Paul was imprisoned for telling the truth for explaining that Jesus was the promised messiah. He was then a threat to Judaism. By the way, just so we know modern listeners and viewers understand we love the Jewish people. Christians are tied at the hip to the Jewish people and so this isn't about that. But we're talking about Paul being upset that the truth was being distorted and it's just like today. It's not just external forces. The gentiles attacking the church, these licentious people in Corinthians who, by the way, I used to read the Bible and think, I don't terrible. Who could possibly accept such a decadent culture? I think the United States is probably surpassed ancient Florence. You read Romans one, you say, boy, that feels like The New York Times.
Did Joe Biden Appoint a Satanist as the New Monkeypox Czar?
"President Biden has a new monkey pox czar. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, a monkey pox. It's all the rage these days at among certain demographics. Doctor Dmitri de sakala is the new White House national monkey punks response deputy coordinator. Oh yeah, we're calling him the monkey box are. Can't get all that on the business card. Anyway, The Good Doctor openly gay. And he's been photographed. He's quite fond of wearing leather. Without much else. And the CDC putting out big promotional photographs and press releases and clearly in all of these press releases, the doctor is wearing the symbol of the church of Satan. People are now wondering, if in fact, Joe Biden appointed a satanist to a White House post. This is shockingly a valid question, there are plenty of photographs of the heavily tattooed doctor and monkeypox are. He's a very fond of skulls, so there's a big skull with black and eyes on his arm. And sure enough, there are multiple photographs of him wearing shirts, and
EXPLAINER: Is COVID-19 winding down? Scientists say no.
"Booster doses of the coronavirus vaccine that target today's most common omicron strain are being rolled out across the country CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says the number of virus deaths around the country is still too high And in my mind far too high for a vaccine preventable disease White House coronavirus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha says the virus has been evolving while the vaccine remains the same But now we have a vaccine that matches the dominant strain out there The hope is the modified boosters will ease in other winter surge The new doses are available around the same time people get flu shots The good news is you can get both your flu shot and COVID shot at the same time It's actually a good idea I really believe this is why God gave us two arms One for the flu shot and the other one for the COVID shot Jaw says the coronavirus will likely be with us for the rest of our lives Ed Donahue Washington
"coordinator" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"About and laughing about? I don't think so, but even though New England likes to be surprising and unpredictable, you have to have an identity as an offense. And what is their identity going to be? Because right now, they've just not had any rhythm in any of their offensive practices really. The reports out of there are not positive about the offense. And while Belichick will say, we're going through a process, it's hard to tell where this leads. I think the only thing that's clear is that even though there's a lot of debate and chatter about who will actually call the offensive plays, it's going to be Bill Belichick's offense. And so it sounds Seth like for as much as there is all of this panic and all of these headlines about is going to be Patricia or judge calling the plays here. It's really down to the question of whether Bill Belichick. The emperor has no clothes. And I think he has a lot of clothes. But still, I think that there are a lot of legitimate questions about where this offense is going to be going forward. And now we're entering year three without Tom Brady. Year three in the post Brady, New England Patriots. The first year that Tom was gone to patriots go 9 and 7 have a bit of a rebuilding year. They rebound last year and then just get waxed by the Buffalo Bills in the playoffs. Now it's time for them to take that step forward that final step where they're a Super Bowl contender. And we seem to have isolated all of the variables. This is about Bill Belichick. And this is about whether Bill Belichick can advance this team, because no matter who's calling plays, Matt Patricia Joe judge, and I don't think it's competitive between them. I don't think it's like a bake off. We're all just working together right now, which is the great part about it. Don't feel like you're in a competition with Joe to be the play caller. No, we're a 100% just trying to make sure that we do everything as possible as coaches to allow our players to go do everything they can on the field. That's what's important, not the rest of it. If that makes any sense. Even though they don't have any offensive coordinator and there's all these theories that are about it, how'd the New England Patriots go into each game is going to be more reflective of Bill Belichick, this season than maybe any other. And how he calls the offense and how the offense executes, I think will be fascinating because as Michael Lombardi once told me, Belichick looks at the three phases of the game and is always looked at the three phases of the game, not as independent entities, but is complementary parts. He thinks like a basketball coach. And so how all of those parts come together is going to be one of the most fascinating questions to watch the season. And of course, while it's a mystery who will call offensive plays, even though maybe it won't be much of a mystery, but people have speculated that it's because Belichick doesn't want anyone to meet with the press other than him as coordinators are required to do. Which is a weird kink at this point. If that's in fact the theory, it could be because Robert Kraft ever thrifty doesn't want to pay market rate for an offensive coordinator. It could be because Matt Patricia is still getting paid by the Lions and if it becomes an offensive coordinator, it might offset some of that money. Or it could be because Belichick himself is essentially going to be the offensive coordinator and there are a lot of people who know Belichick well and know the New England patriot system well who believe that at the end of the day he's going to be the one calling plays. And so is this going to be formalized in any way? How is this going to work in practice if the shadow offensive coordinator is going to be the patriarch himself? Yeah, I think it's going to be formalized internally. Maybe not externally. But one of the most fascinating aspects of the New England Patriots that should really come as no surprise, but it's still interesting nonetheless is that maybe it doesn't actually matter who's calling plays. The Patriots prepare for situation and circumstance. Deeper and better than anybody in NFL history ever has. Sean mcvay when I was doing this story on him that came out last week showed me his play card for the Super Bowl and every plague was broken down by whatever situation it might come up. The Patriots take that to the n-th degree. And so it removes a lot of the guesswork on game day and whoever is calling the plays is really just executing the vision that's coming out of Belichick's mind and you have to remember at any moment on the offensive side of the ball or the defensive side of the ball, delicate can weigh in and tell them exactly what he wants when he wants it. And so this season is going to be one of the most interesting tests for Bill at age 70 because it's going to be the first season where we're going to see him as a pure offensive mind playing out on Sundays. So what you're saying, Seth wicker chef is dad, Billy has a new test to take. Yeah, and we will see if he damn near answers everything. Thanks for joining us, man. Anytime I can talk about Billy, I'm here for you. For more Seth waker sham, by the way, you can go buy his New York Times bestselling book. It's better to be feared than England patriots dynasty in the pursuit of greatness. Which is coming out in paperback at the end of the month. I'm Pablo Torre. This has been ESPN daily. I'll talk to you tomorrow.
"coordinator" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Patriots building? When he got to New England, he was not going to let anything stop him from being successful. And if that meant coaching individual positions, he was going to do that. And one of those was quarterbacks. Charlie Weiss is offensive coordinator, dick Rabin, was his quarterbacks coach, and ray ban tragically died of a heart attack in August 2001. Rather than give the quarterbacks to Charlie Weiss, Belichick ended up coaching the quarterbacks himself, and that ended up being Brady's first year as a starter. They win the Super Bowl against the St. Louis rams and launch a dynasty. And that became the beginning of a pattern. Belichick would meet alone with Brady and design the game plan with him. And they would talk about which offensive plays they liked and go through each defensive back and defensive starter and discuss the vulnerabilities of them. It really took a complex game and simplified it to its essence. You would the head coach and the quarterback and they had to be on the same page. In a strictly one on one, like, you know, master and pupil kind of dynamic, it sounds like. Absolutely. You know, sometimes the other quarterbacks would be there, but it was primarily Belichick and Brady. And I talked to Charlie Weiss years later, and he said, you know, I would have loved to be a part of those, but he wasn't. And when Weiss had surgery in 2002, almost died in this part of training camp, Belichick considered calling the offensive plays himself, but why ended up returning for the start of the season. And so what you're saying, Seth is that Bill Belichick is always had his hands like inches, centimeters away from the steering wheel on offense, which makes me wonder now that he has lost Josh McDaniels who was the number one boy in this family to borrow from Succession who was the guy running the offense in New England for so long, right? For years in a way that no one had ever seen before, what does Belichick feel like now in terms of his personal comfort zone, given that kind of organizational turnover? The organizational turnover is one of the most fascinating aspects of the New England Patriots operation because once they started to win super bowls at the early part of the century, Belichick knew that as long as they were winning, his assistants were going to be in high demand because other owners were going to look around and want to try to grab a piece of Belichick's brain, right? And so he set up a system that allowed for him to take more control over things and also maintain continuity in the face of constant turnover with the staff. And part of that was him finding a way to make sure that the Patriots always were on the cutting edge of offense. And also finding a way apparently to just reject conventional football job titles. Yeah, it's one of the most interesting aspects of him as a head coach. And I think that he doesn't care about titles, not only because, as he said before, everybody pitches in, no matter what it is, but because I think he knows that once people have a certain title, they become the target. And he would rather be the target as the head coach and being responsible for everything. For instance, Josh McDaniels was the quarterbacks coach, but was calling the offensive place during the 2005 season. Now, why wasn't he given that title as offensive coordinator? It was because as soon as Belichick names and offensive coordinator, that guy becomes a target for press for fans, maybe even for players who knows. And so Belichick would rather keep everything on him as the spokesman for the team. And he will accept responsibility for how everything goes, whether it's good or bad. So the patriot way is Seth is essentially Bill Belichick in ways that are obvious and hidden, but you've also reported that he enjoys targeting other teams and other offenses for the Patriots to study themselves. Absolutely. He is in total control. Around 2007, he sent McDaniels down to Florida to visit with urban Meyer to learn about the spread offense. The Patriots come back that year using some of those spread concepts and a lot of the things that they had learned to do over the years. And that 2017 set a record for being the greatest offense in NFL history. So you're saying Seth that Bill Belichick was very eagerly copying the offensive homework of these other coaches, these other football minds that he admired. Everybody in football steals from one another and Belichick's no different. But they figured out ways to adapt and to improve a lot of those methods that they were stealing. But still within the building, sometimes the origin of a lot of these passing concepts or offensive ideas was a mystery. I remember I was once in New England talking with Belichick about some of their route combinations and he mentioned the spread and he mentioned urban Meyer. And I said, well, what do you call those past route combinations? And he goes, oh, we call it our gator package. And I was like, okay, then I go talk to Brady about it, and I mentioned the gator package. And he stares at me like he has no idea what I'm talking about. Now, why was that? Because he didn't. And I said, oh, well, Belichick called them the gator package and Brady goes, you have to remember, he's a defensive coach. And that gap, that gap between master and pupil on the terminology of the offense. What does that suggest to you, Seth? I think that it suggests that the New England Patriots are and always will be something that comes directly out of Belichick's mind and no matter where he gets the ideas how much he shares about them. It's completely at his discretion. All right, the ideas that Bill Belichick has for his third season without Tom Brady. After the break. So Seth, we're back now in the summer of 2022, the season is just a few weeks away. And I'm just seeing all of these quotes, these reports about how Mac Jones is in the best shape of his life. This is concurrent, of course, with all of the panic that we've discussed, how much stock are you putting into any of this? How are you feeling about how the Patriots offense is looking? Yeah, it's a confusing time. And while Belichick himself doesn't seem to be panicking at all because he never panics. The development of Mac Jones is the most important thing for him to do as a head coach. I mean, Mac Jones simply has to become a quarterback that in the playoffs can win games in the AFC, which is almost overpopulated with great quarterbacks. And how will that happen? Like you mentioned, Mac Jones has changed his diet. He's gotten in better shape. He's working with throwing specialist Tom house, the same guy that Tom Brady has worked with for years. But again, it comes back to this offense. And the fact that it is just seemed like abject confusion from day one of training camp. So Josh McDaniels leaves for the Raiders and Belichick asserts more control over the offense, like he's been wanting to do for years. He simplified things. He streamlined a lot of the terminology. He wants players to play faster than they had in years past. And finally, he wants to try to install a version of the mic in Kyle Shanahan running game. This zone option and the play action that comes off of it that Mike Shanahan and Kyle have run so well against Bill Belichick over the decades. And that seems particularly to be in a very tough place with the season a couple of weeks away. Yeah, the last time we saw Mac Jones play football, Seth, the bills were blowing out the Patriots, 47 to 17, and also for the record. Bill Belichick and his defense, they were getting scored upon every time the bills possessed the football. What do you think the feeling is like behind the scenes in the organization? Do you think that any of their feelings are echoing what people on the outside are talking
"coordinator" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Chaos would be one way to describe what's happening with the Patriots offense right now. But yeah. Show that would be another. Because in Foxborough, there is no offensive coordinator, not right now at least. There is also no offensive football adviser or whatever that title would be. There is just Bill Belichick. At age 70, the hoodie in winter. The Logan Roy of Foxborough, a guy we've all agreed is a defensive genius. Now daring us to trust his offensive wisdom and contain our snickering in the process. So today, Seth waker sham explains how a multivariate mystery in New England is actually isolating one variable in particular. And why all of it? Epitomizes one of the most important coaches. In the history of sports, I'm Pablo Torre. It is Tuesday, August 16th. This is ESPN daily. Traveling for business and don't know where to stay. Well, you could crash on your friend's couch for a solid, restless night's sleep. Or you could wake up on the bright side with la Quinta by Wyndham. Start your day with their free bright side breakfast featuring delicious baked goods, fruit, eggs, and waffles. Then fire off those critical work emails using their free high-speed Wi-Fi. And when you need a stress break, power up your buys tries, lats and traps at their well equipped fitness center. Tonight, la Quinta tomorrow, you triumph. Book direct at LQ dot com. So Seth for our non football nerds in the audience. I just wanted to establish what it's normally like in the NFL. If your head coach is a defensive minded guy, quote unquote. Like, how does the offense function and who calls the plays and that's circumstance? We'll usually a head coach gets that job because they have a particular expertise on that side of the ball, whether it's offense or defense. And so they're hired partially and mostly for that expertise. And they usually delegate responsibility for whatever side of the ball that they're not the expert on to their offensive coordinator or defensive coordinator and kind of let them run the show. Obviously, as the head coach, they can set broad plans, but it's up to the offensive coordinator or the defensive coordinator to execute those plans. Bill Belichick, of course, is different and the way the New England Patriots are run, of course, is very different from anywhere else in the league. And what I've seen from the Patriots from afar, Seth, obviously, is Bill Belichick, the Hall of Famer, the guy who is already in canton for all intents and purposes. The guy who constructed this defensive game plan is genius masterpiece for the giant Super Bowl 25 against the bills, which built this reputation as this forever defensive guru. So what led you to learn about his offensive history? Yeah, years ago, I wanted to try to find out about how Bill Belichick ran offense because when you talk to players out of New England, they said that the type of offense that they ran was the most unique in the NFL in that it's only identity was that it had no identity. It wasn't strictly from Joe Gibbs. It wasn't from Bill Walsh. It wasn't all from Ron erhardt, which is some of the stuff that Belichick knew very well when he was with the New York Giants. Right, that's Ron erhardt, the Giants offensive coordinator in the 80s and the early 90s under Bill Parcells. It was this mosaic of all the most successful offensive systems in plays that Belichick had seen and I wanted to learn more about that. So years ago, I went down this rabbit hole, and it sent me to Tennessee to meet with this old man who's since passed named Ken ship. And he was one of the main people who helped Bill Belichick learn so much about offense in about advanced schematics. Now, should I know who this guy is? 'cause I have no idea who Ken ship is. He was kind of an offensive wizard in the 70s in a weird way he's most famous for benching Joe Namath. He became the interim head coach of the New York Jets one year, and he actually benched Joe Namath for missing curfew. He was known as an Ariel wizard. He was a progressive thinker of the passing game, and he had coached Namath, Archie Manning, former St. Louis quarterback Jim Hart. In 1977, Lions head coach, Rick forzano, told ship that he had hired a new assistant for him, a 24 year old from wesleyan university named Billy Belichick. Wait, hold on, Seth. It's one letter, but Bill Belichick in no way to me feels like a Billy. He was a total Billy. Everybody knew him as a Billy. And what was Billy into at this point? Unfortunately for ship, Billy was fascinated with defense, not offense. And there's a funny anecdote about ship thinking that Bill Belichick couldn't hang with him. He gave him a 5 hour test about the playbook and Belichick had been studying forward and studying for it and ship didn't think that Belichick would actually be able to pass this test, not with how complicated his playbook was. But Belichick took the test and shipped later told other coaches and told me that he damn near answered everything. So Billy Belichick aces Ken ships test and goes on, of course, as we know now, to ace all sorts of tests in the Super Bowl, but the notion that this guy who was defensively interested also had all along this offensive acumen, Seth. How did that all fit together in terms of his understanding and mastery of the game? Well, in the 1980s, Belichick was fortunate in many ways. I'm sure that he didn't always feel that way, but in retrospect, it was fortunate that he faced so many innovative offenses during that time. From Joe Gibbs Washington teams, Bill Walsh's forty-niners, the run and shoot, even things that the Giants ran in practice. It was the moment in NFL history that was really starting to shift from running to passing. And Belichick knew and kinship actually told him this. Because kinship had been known and kind of pigeonholed as an offensive wizard and never a head coach, and he told Belichick, you have to be balanced. You have to know all three phases of the game, and Belichick took that seriously and when he was with the Giants. He would study offense as not just because he had to defend against them, but because he was starting to assemble an offensive playbook so that if he ever got a job as a head coach, he would know exactly what it is that he wanted to run. In a very interesting way that's very revealing and it tells you a lot about where he is now. He was never going to cede that side of the ball to an offensive coordinator. Even from that age in his late 30s, he knew that when he became a head coach, he was ultimately responsible in the teams that he was the head coach of. We're going to be running his offense. And so basically he had the ultimate confidence because he was so good at scheming up defenses that he could also scheme up the things that his defenses were designed to stop. And had a hard time stopping. I think that's one of the most important things is that they weren't always successful. But he knew the hardest types of plays to stop. And so in his spare time, he put together his own offensive playbook, borrowing and tweaking place from other teams. And it ended up kind of being his own that he invented. So how did Belichick see offense in defense being separate, but obviously conjoined inside of the
US will stretch monkeypox vaccine supply with smaller doses
"The U.S. will stretch the monkeypox vaccine supply using smaller doses I am Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. health officials are endorsing a new monkey pox vaccination strategy designed to stretch limited supplies by allowing health professionals to vaccinate up to 5 people instead of one with each vial The new recommendation calls for the dose to be administered with an injection under the skin rather than into deeper tissue The White House's monkeypox response coordinator Robert Fenton said the plan would help the U.S. stay ahead of the virus It is a game changer when it comes to our response and our ability to get ahead of the virus It's safe it's effective and it will significantly scale the volume of vaccine doses available for two years across the country Recipients would still get two shots spaced
Ukrainian resistance grows in Russian-occupied areas
"In a growing challenge to Russia's grip on occupied areas of southeastern Ukraine guerrilla forces loyal to Kyiv have launched a campaign of resistance As military forces have reclaimed some occupied areas west of the knee pa river the guerrilla activity has increased The campaign includes killing pro Moscow officials blowing up bridges and trains and hoping the Ukrainian military identify key targets This spreading resistance has eroded criminal control of those areas and threatens its plan to hold a spate of referendums as a move towards annexation by Russia and dry a guerrilla coordinator in the southern Persian region tells the AP our goals to make life unbearable for the occupiers and use any means possible to derail their plans I'm Charles De
"coordinator" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Coordinator, if you can come in and try to adjust this, it makes it appear that I am talking to myself here at WABC, which I'm more than happy to do. As you know, I've been known to mumble to myself talk to myself in the streets, people just avoid me. They say, don't go near that guy. He's psycho boy. His mom leaned to himself. He's talking to himself. I go into the park. I feed the pigeon. That's right, I feed the pigeons. And the next one of you who come up to me and you threaten me for feeding the pigeons? I mean, if I ever see you here again, you die just like that. I stand. With the pigeons. In fact, I had been lucky enough to become mayor of the city of New York I would have made the pigeons the official bird of the city of New York. That nobody knows what the hell the city flag gives in the middle of it. There's a bird, a bird of no consequence. There seems to be a Dutchman there and it seems to be an Indian. Can I call it an Indian or a first nation person indigenous person? We want to be politically correct. But there's a bird in the middle of the symbol, a bird that is unrecognizable to me. On day one, if I had been elected, may, upon being sworn into office, I would have officially consecrated the pigeons, the flying rats as some of you call them with wings. The official bird of New York City and you know something if you didn't like it, tough nuggies. Number 2808 four 8 9 two two two. 77 doubled you ain't missing Cindy Adams is on the town. Hi, it's me. Cindy Adams, she's insightful. The subway was a nickel a man's pants crotch was above the ground and a female's boobs were inside the dress. She's knowledgeable. Nick kegger and Paul McCartney's feud triggers a fist fight. And she owns New York City. Same Cindy Adams, madam
In towns plagued by raw sewage, EPA promises relief
"Residents in an Alabama county hope to finally see action on their massive sewage problems Charlie may holcomb has lived on pine street and haney ville Alabama for 35 years She had missed to being more than frustrated by the promises not kept when it comes to the failed septic systems and open sewage that flood her yard and yards of so many neighbors in the small town in lowndes county one of the poorest counties in the nation They're talking about do it The EPA and agriculture department have launched a pilot program to help lounge and ten other communities across the country assess sewage problems plan improvements and make those improvements happen Former New Orleans mayor Mitch landrieu is President Biden's infrastructure coordinator I mean in America you shouldn't have to worry about not having indoor plumbing or safe water I'm Tim McGuire
Biden names FEMA, CDC officials to head monkeypox response
"I Mike Gracia reporting President Biden will appoint fema and CDC officials to head a monkeypox response Under criticism for a slow vaccine rollout president Joe Biden is set to appoint a White House monkeypox response team The White House says Biden will name Robert Fenton of the federal emergency management agency as White House monkeypox response coordinator Doctor Dmitri zhaoxin of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be Fenton's deputy Fenton helped lead fema's max vaccination effort for COVID-19 when Biden first took office The scallop is a national expert on issues affecting the LGBTQ community The monkey pox virus spreads through prolonged and close skin to skin contact as well as sharing bedding towels and clothing The U.S. saw its first case of confirmed monkeypox on May 18th There are now over 3000 confirmed infections Mike Gracia Washington
Biden improves 'significantly,' throat still sore from COVID
"President Biden continues to improve significantly despite a lingering sore throat from his coronavirus infection according to an update Sunday from his doctor Biden's doctor says the president is responding to therapy as expected and continues taking the antiviral paxil vid White House virus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha says that helps reduce the chance of severe illness He's doing better thankfully because he's vaccinated boosted getting treated He tested positive Thursday it's unclear who gave him the BA 5 variant of the omicron strain of COVID He's been meeting with people He's been meeting with Americans And so it's going to be very difficult to trace back and figure out who gave it to him That audio courtesy Fox News Sunday so far no one the 79 year old president has been close to has COVID He's been isolating officials say he could be back in public Wednesday if he tests negative I'm Julie Walker
Biden feeling 'much, much better' after COVID diagnosis
"President Joe Biden is feeling much better after testing positive for the coronavirus according to The White House COVID response coordinator Doctor Ashish says the 79 year old president is getting rest and had a good weekend so far He's doing better thankfully because he's vaccinated boosted getting treated Biden continues taking the oral antiviral paxil which is readily available and free in the U.S. jha says Biden has the dominant BA 5 variant of the omicron strain which has been going around but it's unclear who gave him COVID He tested positive Thursday He's been meeting with people He's been meeting with Americans And so it's going to be very difficult to trace back and figure out who gave it to him Doctor Jo says the president could resume his schedule Wednesday if he tests negative so far no one close to him including the First Lady has tested positive 17 people have been identified as having been a close contact None of them have tested positive Doctor Jos spoke on Fox News Sunday I'm Julie Walker
Biden's COVID symptoms improve; WH says he's staying busy
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden's COVID symptoms improved and The White House says he's staying busy I'm feeling much better than I sound President Joe Biden and The White House painted a picture Friday of the 79 year old president still at work despite being diagnosed with COVID-19 one day earlier but during a video conference with his top economic team This is a 38th day in a row of declining retail gas prices Biden's illness was evident Doctor Ashish jha The White House COVID-19 response coordinator The president is doing better He slept well last night He ate his breakfast and lunch Biden's doctors say his COVID symptoms are mild and he is responding to treatment The White House says none of the 17 people determined to have been in close contact with Biden when he might have been contagious have tested positive Biden will be in isolation in The White House living quarters for 5 days Mike Gracia Washington
Sesame Place Gives Family VIP Treatment
"I want to talk about the story of the Sesame Street. I got a bunch of stuff talk about, but I want to start with the Sesame Street thing. We were talking about yesterday. So the parents of the young children pictured videoed in the Sesame Street, I don't know if it's Cal Sesame Street, is a Sesame Street parade that everybody's been talking about where it appears sesame place, where it appears that the characters walking and avoid these two black girls. In 2024, I mean, 2022 is no way in the world that you can believe that that would happen without any type of punishment. It is fair to believe that obviously something else happened. I made a video about it on my YouTube channel pointing at the fact that it appears that the sesame place organization or whatever that event they apologize to the family, it appears that it was a protocol thing where the actor that's in the costume costume did not either see the kids or they were outside of protocol where he can't pick him up. He can't do certain things with him any wave them off. For the people that are watching you can see a picture in the video that he said no no no to another kid off camera or an adult off camera and then he was walking by and saying no, no, the kids in front of him were too black kids and then the camera cut. If you see a video, this 8 seconds, you know it's bullcrap. Now let's go on beyond that. You would think that if this was a racist encounter, or if this was a misstep by the person playing the role of the Sesame Street character, that a parent would say, okay, y'all need to make it right because you hurt my children's feelings. But the theme park made it right the event coordinator made it right because they allowed the woman in her children to have what they would consider to be a VIP experience. Now, I don't know if sesame plays is at Disneyland or somewhere like that 'cause I'd never even heard of the thing. But I know that when I took my son to Disneyland, it was like a $1000. It was over a $1000 for us to have the VIP experience. So if some character wrong your daughters, wouldn't you want to give them the VIP experience, which was way cooler than standing on the side of the road like everybody else in high 5 in the
"coordinator" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Welcome. Hi, thank you. So Karina, tell us about what you do in the practice. So I am a surgical patient care coordinator. So I am the patient's first point of contact, whether a patient is calling to find out more information about procedure they're interested in or they'd like to book a complimentary consultation. They will get transferred to me and from there I will provide them all the details that they need to know to help them better prepare for a procedure that they are looking to move forward with. And then do you help guide them in terms of which doctor to choose if they don't know which doctor? Yes. And how do you go about that? Oftentimes I go off the procedure they're interested in. If you're looking to do facial procedure or a body procedure, then I will help you choose.
"coordinator" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"On everyone? Welcome back to another episode of making podcast great again. I am your tech stuff guy, Jane aag and we are here, of course, with the president of Mar-a-Lago of America of the United States, keep it going for our president, mister Donald, J Trump. Mister president, how are you today? Just doing what are you doing, strong praise, you know, this, you know, we do a very powerful Christian podcast here. And I had to adjust my seat there. The depends relative and for praying so strongly for a friend bled over and how unfairly he's being treated by the NATO, remember we don't call them NATO. We put a hard R. And shall we just, we pray, we pray just to make it today. That's why we pray. Pray. I have to pray, just to make it today. Do you know also they cancel Netflix in Russia. They took away Netflix. How would you feel if Netflix did that to you? Well, I already watched all the Netflix. That's true. Too bad Netflix. Too late. But I think it's a disgrace. I think it's a disgrace, you know. Russians like Netflix, okay? Dang joy. Oh, Zach, and joy..
"coordinator" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"coordinator" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"She's the lead patient coordinator in our med spa. Welcome, Kayla. Hi, thank you. Thank you for having me. So tell us a little bit about how you help patients in our practice. Yeah, so I am advocate for our patients, that first initial call. So I get a great understanding of what they're concerned are the goals that they're looking to achieve with our wonderful providers. And then that will allow me to give more information in regards to what our providers truly specialize in. How we can customize treatment recommendations and just best prepare them for that consultation with our providers. Where would they expect to meet you or be cared for you while they're here with us? Would they be that first phone call? But then would they see you at the consultation? Yes. We actually are still conducting zoom consultations. And so during that zoom consultation our providers will chat with them and get a great understanding of their concerns. We'll provide the recommendations. I'm there to present their quote, answer any questions they may have and then look at some possible treatment days as well. Oh, so you help them through the whole process, really from beginning to end. Yes. And then after their consultation, they're in for treatment, and it's always nice when they give a call for their follow-up if I haven't already scheduled that. And just to check in with them and they're all super excited and so it's really a great process. Did you have any training to do what you do or is it kind of all on the job and learning as you go? Yeah, I did have some training previous to la Jolla cosmetic. I was a surgical coordinator for cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery. And so I did a lot of reconstruction along with cosmetics. So I got my hands and feet wet with all of that. And then that's really where I learned the absolute most and how to really juggle coordinating for surgeons. And so I had always had the passion for aesthetics and the surgery side and I thought what better place than lay a cosmetic. And I did my research and I thought, okay, this must be the place where I really want to grow and learn and it's been exciting ever since. Awesome. So tell us about you. And where did you grow up? Tell us about yourself. I actually grew up in Northern California. I'm from Bakersfield, California. I actually moved out here when I was 17 years old. My gosh. Didn't have any friends or family here, but coming from a small town, I just wanted to adventure out. And the first day I moved here was the first day I had ever visited San Diego. Oh my gosh, wow. So unseen, you just came. I just came. I did my research. I found an apartment, and I said, let's just start over. Wow, that's exciting. And so I'm sure now you've been here how long? About 8 years now. 8 years. So you're having fun and you've made friends and you've got family, do you have family here? I do. Yes, so over the 8 years, I met my husband. We have a toddler. I don't have really any family here, but I've made friends, everyone, especially at loyal cosmetic. It's really nice. So I really think I'm here for the long run and San Diego. I love that. Well, you know, once you get to San Diego if you've never been, it's hard to leave. It is. Doctor swift was talking about that the other day on his podcast that he had been here when he was with the navy and then just fell in love and he and his wife wanted to figure out how to get back here. Yeah. What do you like to do outside of the office? Any hobbies or things that you're interested in? My husband and I like to challenge each other to insanity. We love working out and just being super competitive with one another. Our daughter will join us on some hikes, but typically it's I'm coloring with my daughter or if you ask my daughter what she wants to do on her free time, she says, let's go to target. Let's have a girl's day. That's really what we do. Anything with my daughter really. She's a lot of fun. Oh, I bet and how old is she? She is three and a half, three and a half. I told her she was for the other day and she's like, no, I'm three. Of course, they know down to the day. That's so cute. That's cute that she likes to go have a girl's day. So what do you want listeners to take away from listening to this podcast? To call us if you have any questions. I feel confident that whoever answers that phone will be able to answer those questions. I will say a lot of times in this cosmetic aesthetics, people have the wrong idea of simple procedures such as Botox and fillers. They have the wrong idea and the wrong impression because of what's really out there in social media of what they call the done up or the fake look. And that's really not what we do here at Lloyd cosmetic, all of our providers are great at that natural subtle approach. I think that's really important, especially in the med spot, having fillers and injectables and people see something online or they see something on TV and they go, oh my gosh, I don't want to look like that. That's maybe 2% of the population that might be extreme or want an extreme look or want to be overdone, let's say. But really, most of us would just want to look better. Just want to look younger. Our providers really do a great job at working with our patients anatomy and customizing to their anatomy. It's what you came in as you're going to look like the new and improved itself when you walk out. Not only on the outside, but within as well. So you've been with the center for two years now. Do you see some of the same patients where you've made some relationships with them? Oh yeah, absolutely. I call them my little ladies. I get all the follow-up emails. It's just so cute and fun and exciting and they keep me posted with their treatment recommendations over the course of a year, 18 months, whatever the case may be because people get confused, you know, it's not a one stop shop. This is a med school where you come in and you maintenance and you work towards your goals and you battle that clock. And so I definitely do and I get that question from patients in my initial call all the time and I refer to my little ladies. Your little ladies, that's cute. And then I'm sure the little ladies refer their friends, too. They do. Neighbors. Friends, hairdressers. Yeah, right, you're seeing your little group has grown over time. That's neat, and it's a nice relationship to have with your patients over time because once they trust you and see that you're there to help them and you're there to.
"coordinator" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"That sounds like a problem but it sounds pretty minor compared to what we face every single day. Yeah yeah of course we know coward of the week i guess i would say acer hutchinson but we don't. We're not prepared to talk about it. And he's a bad But let's put up this next one because louisiana is on yours. we didn't mention. They hear their governor. It's a. It's a red state with a blue governor. He has reimposed an indoor mask. Mandate governor john bel edwards pertains to everyone five and up. Put your mask back on because it did so good last time to get rid of roy. But let's look at louisiana listening in reality louisiana. Let's look at these the next clip if we can yes. There are a lot of cases. A lot of people now are lining up at those previously empty testing centers to get their pc artists. Cases are up. Let's look at deaths or death. They should be way up if they have to reimpose. No they're up a little bit. Yeah you get a lot of cases some people are gonna die. We don't know if those people are with covert or from cove there are some cases but one thing we do know if he can look at this next because i referenced this yesterday dr paul but i didn't have the chart if i don't know if we can this is i think this is powerful and it's hard to see but this is twenty twenty two twenty twenty one cova deaths by age. Look at that blue line at the top. That's all you need to see. Those are people eighty five and older. Who died of cova. it's terrible it's a tragedy is very sad if it's a loved one but look at how it skewed to older people and look down at the bottom of the chart. Those are young people. You just don't see any blue at all in. That's something i wish. Our leaders are experts are science would keep in perspective. You know what. I have to argue my case being young and old or something. But you can overcome that chart if you're young at heart. Yes exactly and if you're smart and you're out walking texas eat a thing. I was just going to show one thing. I haven't showed you this before. Because i want to get your reaction. I know it's going to be wild but this is news nine in australia last. Just last clip if we can just make it a little. Bigger corona virus update parents need to keep distance from their children. Australia really is the north korea of the world. Mix north korea look like switzerland. I think it just just thinking what it could be like. You know and i think on our b- our blogging. I do read blogs all of them. But i did. The couple came from australia. They said please come australia. Wake up our people so it must be terrible it. Here's a country. They have a lot of room in australia. Is sort of like. There's a lotta room in the western part of this country. And we've done a lot better until we got to the coast then really congested out there. The rest that you know the open the open room is a benefit to get to get outdoors..
"coordinator" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"If you're looking for the truth and some of these things. I think you literally have to become a political and I don't think that term was ever applied to be. But i sort of felt able in my time. I felt. i'm here for a reason to see if i can figure out what's going on behind the scenes and i did my best i could. Well you cool has got a lot of nerve. I kills thousands of old people in rest homes right then. God knows what he was doing with all these ladies. There's a lot of cases about that but so then he comes back in announces basically medical apart tate businesses. I'm encouraging you wink. Wink to have only your services available to vaccinate people so if you decide not to take an experimental medication you can't go to the store you can't go to the theater. You can't go get groceries. you can't go to work. this is this is very serious. And now the master back in san francisco. In fact i had a great little Clip if we can put that next clip on about san francisco because visual is very important. Now here's we'll show linski the cdc director. I want to be clear. The majority of covert nineteenth spread in the us is among the unvaccinated vaccinating. People can spread the virus if they get a break to infection but the odds of them getting sick in the first place are far lower than those who are unvaccinated. and then here's ian and south carolina. We talk about a lot. He says he will show. And you please explain san francisco where eighty six percent of everyone. Over twelve is at least partially vaccinated. Thanks so much and you look at the clip. And you see san francisco. Skyrocketing cases eighty six percent. I think anyone would say that's herd immunity even fao she would say that's herd immunity and the cases are going up like that something. There is some disconnect between what linski is saying and what objective facts that everyone agrees or fats are showing us. If we try to list a few things that we could say we have learned and we do know. I think that one would be that There's there's no proof that the vaccines did any good. If it had been they wouldn't have to even suggest that you have to get more and more and they have to wear masks. It's it's crazy money. Here's the other thing. What would the mass really are. The mass really helpful and there's good science questions claiming that the penetration of viruses through those most of the massive people use A occurred or didn't you know didn't filter out any of the virus so it's It's a shame because A lot of people have been terrified. I just if i had two years ago. If we would've sat down and said this is what's going to happen you renault's dramas and you said this is what's happen and this is how bad is going to be. You know. seventy five percent of the people are who roll over and take the vaccine and they'll be these question marks l. steel. And then you say well you compare it to The dennison so many other diseases accents and everything..
"coordinator" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Although she we're not looking at lockdowns quote nothing is off the table and that struck me Very strange because you know. Remember talked to paul whenever the us gearing up to bomb another country They would always say nothing is off the table. Nothing is off the table and you do sort of feel like you're going to be on the receiving end of bomb new. Someone says that so very strange. Choice of words right in that so Did you have anything else on. People who might be a hypocrite these days and You saw a couple of them doing that. Well i hate to say this. Dr paul art luxurious speaker of the house. She's the one who does the mask mandate we can actually put up next clip disappointed. I know she seems great She loves liberty so much. he's crying right now. Nancy pelosi repeatedly seen massless after warning ordering masks again the capital. And if you read the article. It's on breitbart at least three times with photographs. She's over there without a mask on. Hey that's great but it's just another example. Do what. I say. Not as not what i do. Right does your leaders. I wanna turn all these things into a positive. This is positive because maybe we reached out to another thousand people. That was not aware of this. And they're gonna say what are korea. Yeah so not the bad news What people are doing if there's a Determination out there trying to figure out what's really going on it's going to be helpful and The more desperate. I guess the dumber they're gonna get. They've been doing a lot of dumb things. I wanted to go on and talk about You know an interview with newsmax reporter. That was interesting. This has to do with testing and all And the the article says the headline was watch white house. Hack completely fall apart when newsmax reporter emerald robinson ask how cdc is testing for the delta very this before up before and i've never had a satisfactory answer. I'm glad he asked this question. How do you know all these statistics. Poor now how people are in panic. It's worse than the first time there's more cases than ever and of course they have no statistics of are worth anything You know To to say that it's caused more deaths and and or it causes more Hospitalization it's back to this whole thing you know the At the beginning of this pandemic or whatever it is people were admitted for all kinds of reasons but the staff certificates all had Covert on as the cause of death and they've learned a little bit about that but On on this case the newsmax reporter asked. How do you know you know about this. That you're dealing with and There's a clip on the internet on that. I don't have to clip but I think it's interesting very simple and to the point because the first thing is she becomes very flustered. Oh you think you would ta. That's all we're talking about. Is this over running of the of the data in you know so. She's she's flustered. she doesn't know how to answer. Is she says maybe spread by this. An newsmax pressure off and and the person said she is with how do you. How do you know that he pushed her. She she she says well. The experts say so my my question. Who's expert her experts who are experts and said that is if that is the full answer and of course the interpretation from m robinson Who did the interview he says..
"coordinator" Discussed on Slate's Working
"Technology to rewrite. The rules are economic systems. A nafa is a new kind of cryptocurrency built on the radical belief that people who create value should keep it as more people join us. Not the tokens. More value is return to you not to banks or institutional middlemen. It is a currency powered by and four people joining it started at a nafa dot. A while is that was really interesting. I realize of course that there are surely many paths to getting into this field but it is fascinating to think about marcus path from fight choreography to sexual violence choreography to intimacy choreography. And it's really clear what the path is there. It's all about making things. Look a certain way to the audience while making sure that safety and consent or absolutely paramount for the actors involved. Yes absolutely you know. The more physical contact there is between actors on stage or screen. The more carefully it has to be worked out and usually these moments whether they're physical combat or sex or whatever. They should feel absolutely real to the viewer. But there's something else Kind of artificial almost mechanical to the participants in fight choreography. Most of the time the people involved in the combat make little to no physical contact with one another. And it's different with intimacy of course particularly on camera when you kiss your really kissing but you also want it to be controlled and worked out. You can feel comfortable with what you're doing it's kind of an old adage like if you look up old articles about staging sex scenes the reporters have written about the all open with some version of a the least sexy day in a film is when they're filming the sexiness is actually the least sexy least improvised most mechanical most robotic for the participants part of the process. Even if it looks very different when we see it at home this is also one of those new roles that when you hear what's involved in the job your first reaction or at least my first reaction is a what were they doing before. This job was invented. Like as marcus pointed out the power dynamics between like the director or the production team and the actor mean that it feels absolutely essential to have a third party come in to have the conversation to ensure that everyone feels comfortable with what's being asked of them With making a request. So you've been a theater director. What what people doing before this role came along. I mean i think what they were doing kind of muddling through actors particularly at a higher level particularly in tv and film a lot of what they are willing to do about nudity and physical contact would be in their contracts so in some ways the agent is actually the person working out some of that. But you hear tons and tons of stories of directors or producers trying to get actors to agree to do stuff that they said they wouldn't do in their contract particularly around women and nudity. I mean there's there's hundreds and hundreds of stories about it and sex scenes are traditionally staged by directors sometimes by fire or other kinds of choreographers but traditionally by not by someone who has called intimacy coordinator and some directors. We should say very good at that. They're very good at sensitively navigating those issues making sure everyone is on board kind of moving through those power dynamics are like there are people who are like that but there are enough people who aren't like that or who just kind of don't care enough to make the job in this new field really necessary but but we should say it's not only about intimacy fans of ted lasso may have seen this article about hannah wafting ham actor onto lasso who was also on game of thrones and there's a scene in game of thrones in which she was waterboarded and she was essentially waterboarded for ten hours while they filmed the scene on set and she was not well taken care of during that process and it left with lasting trauma so this is something that there's still a lot of work to be done on god that's awful. I was really interested to hear how actors often discover boundaries as they're making a player a movie like they'll go in saying. Oh no. I'm fine with whatever but then ask thing is being made. Their body will respond to some way. And they'll suddenly realize folk actually touching me. There is bringing stuff up. I didn't expect. I need another option. I realized that every production is different. But i'm curious if that kind of physical response requiring change of plans is something that occurs in other parts of putting on a play or making a movie. Oh yeah. I don't think that's limited physical intimacy at all but a lot of actors particularly young particularly early career actors. They want to be game for anything. That is a value. That's kind of been inculcated in them as they grow up and go through feeder school. You know the show must go on. You are there to serve the material and the director etcetera etcetera and so forth and they may agree to something genuinely and try it genuinely and then just discover. It doesn't work for them or it doesn't feel safe and sometimes it might really not be safe like there's a prop knife that hasn't been sufficiently dulled and they could cut themselves. I was once directing a show where there was a prop knife and the crew had dulled it. Sufficiently in the lead actor was like. Hey this i could actually hurt myself with this. That's that's that sort of thing has to be addressed There are some times when enactor actually has a barrier that needs to be negotiated not physically. I'm talking psychically here. And that actually does need to be negotiated. So they can move through it because it's essential to the part you know. Maybe they have they might discover that the story of a play brings up a personal issue with them. And you know you have to help them navigate that but particularly if it's a matter of physical safety or comfort you have to try to accommodate them to the extent that you can or change what you're doing. And i think part of being the skill of being a director of the part of it that's a lot of management is about. When am i kind of helping this person. Get over this thing. And when am i actually saying. No no no no. We're just gonna rearrange this to accommodate this because this is something that you shouldn't have to get over. Yeah it's tricky. You've mentioned in the past that you have worked as an actor and you've also done a lot of work as a theatre director which is more awkward directing intimacy or playing it. Well i a professional actor for very long. I was a child professional actors. Luckily there was no intimacy there. And then i did a little couple times after college and stuff like that. So most of the physical intimacy work that i was in high school and college and acting class and i can say the just based on that without a doubt it is acting at actually having to do. It is much much worse than the awkwardness of talking to people about doing it. And and describing it you know. And i think that's because you are to a certain extent really experiencing it. You really are kissing that you might not be using tongue. You might be faking that there's tongue involved but you are really kissing that person. It's weird not to have the you can't do that and have no associations stirred up whatsoever. Do you know what i mean. And i would often find. You know your your snuggling with someone on stage or whatever and there's this little voice in the back of your head that your girlfriend's going to see this mov that what is she going to think about what's going on right now and it would just completely draw me out of the scene. Yeah yeah so. It's just a a challenge to your technique as much as anything else. Yeah absolutely. I mean one of the things that i think is really odd about onscreen intimacy is like so like does your partner watch these movies like it as part of the actors job that i find really really strange. It's a very.
"coordinator" Discussed on Slate's Working
"Energy is put into communicating things beforehand and setting up a safe space usually what happens a boundary changes or something is happening or this is really uncomfortable or my. You know my my modest garment or whatever is not allowing me. Do this move or whatever it is. We need to change something. Great i come in. I say what is the exact thing that's happening awesome so we can still get this story. We can still sell. What's happening in this way we. It's discussing with the actors. What it is that they are comfortable with clarifying the new boundaries and then going to the director and saying this is what we have. These are some options. I have several options many times. I'll come in. I'll already have ideas the second something like that happens thing okay. Great we can do it this way. We can change it this way. We can change angles slightly and do this. I'm coming up with like plan a plan. B plans seaplane d. And then i'll go to the director and be like great so this is the boundaries boundaries and sometimes the director has an idea right away and i'm like oh yup that fits and it's actually my plan de so awesome sometimes directors like well. Then what are we going to do and like well. Here's some options. Would you like to hear them. Great you do okay awesome. Here's here's my fixes and let's do it this way. So it is it is about you know thinking on the fly sometimes and coming up with things and also questioning the change or the boundary that the actors giving it. Seems like so. Much of your job is reliant on the actors feeling comfortable with you trusting you knowing you have their interests at heart when you're working with actors you haven't worked with before what are you doing. You're sort of performance in those first meetings to make clear like. Hey i've got your back. I really am here for you. Yeah i mean it's it's a lot of listening and making sure that i give them space to to tell me. Exactly what is that they need and what they expect as well as you know letting them know that you know a little bit of my background where i'm coming from and coming from this place and i'm here to make sure that you understand exactly what is your consenting to to make sure that you have your boundaries set to make sure that you feel safe in these situations this work in its nature is uncomfortable. you know. How many times do you have to go to work and take your clothes off in front of your co workers. So it's it's an uncomfortable situation. So i can't make some of these things comfortable but i can make sure that they're safe. And we are. We feel emboldened and empowered to make decisions about our own by. Do you feel like it gets complicated by or there's a there's a hump you need to get over because your a man like i imagine that given which gender is often the one pressuring people are committing these acts or whatever like i imagine. There will be an inherent like. Oh it's a guy kind of thing that might happen sometimes. Yes i am very aware of that. I mean it's something that i have to be aware of when i step on the set that i am a white male with really dark facial hair and i'm coming into this set i make sure i wear my sweaters and my car dougans and my mr rogers best and i tried to come in and luckily i'm short and smaller stature which i think also as unimposing but there's not much i can do if someone is very uncomfortable with a man and that's some of the stuff that we have we have conversations beforehand. What i have noticed. It's when people have not worked with an intimacy coordinator especially producers where. They're they're wanting to make the best decisions for their actors and in in doing that. They're like well this. This is an actor you know this is a scene between a man and a woman. I want to make sure women is care of. I'm not sure man is the best to to bring in And i i would say. An advocate is an advocate no matter their gender. I am there to to make sure that boundaries are upheld and that the story. We're all agreeing to tell us told and that doesn't matter gender now. I understand that they're going to be people who will not want to work in these moments with a man. I understand that and i accept that that's the case. Then that's not the right job for me. There are many other intimacy coordinators and directors. You've choreographed the scene right. It's now time to do a take director. Signed off on it. so now. what's your. What's your job at this point when the actual cameras are rolling at that point i am. They're looking at monitor to to make sure that we are seeing what we're supposed to be saying to make sure that the choreography stays within the boundaries that the actors have set and that if things are changing or if i see that you know the more takes get more comfortable the actors are getting and things are evolving a little bit to make sure that i'm stepping in after. Take and saying great. How are these boundaries still. Going are you feeling. Do we need to reset anything. Just so that they feel like they have the ability to continue to work and be in that moment but staying within the boundaries that that the actors have set themselves. What is the hardest part of your job. The hardest part is there are times. Where i come onto a set and i'm only there for one day and so i'm not there for weeks on end meeting. Everyone understanding how the culture of this set works as opposed to the culture. That's other set. So i'm stepping in and having to to really understand the best way to work within this group and within this dynamic of people which can be very challenging especially with all the different personalities of directors and producers and the eighteen team and costumers wardrobe and hair makeup and if there's prosthetics and howard dealing with that and visual effects. There are many different different that i have to step in and work with depending on what kind of a scene it is so i would say one of the most difficult things is coming in and knowing exactly how each production needs me to work but at the same time being able to do my job and and step in when needed because it's a fine line to find balance of not wanting to come in and change the dynamic and or the field is that people are worried that were coming in and we're like the sex police or hr in a way and that's what we are like. I'm not there to like. Lessen the king or whatever it is. I'm there to make sure that it's just consensual and that everyone knows what's happening right..
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"coordinator" Discussed on Slate's Working
"I early have these conversations. With directors producers the actors. I also look at their written contracts and also look at the nudity and sex writers. There are definitely actress. Who come in. And they're like great. So i don't like breathing in my ear. Do not touch my belly button and no tickly motions on my legs of your and grabbing before and other people who are like you know we'll see welcome back to working. I'm your host. June thomas dom your other host isaac butler isaac. I want to know who we heard from at the top of the show so please tell me. But it's been a while since you and i have done a show together so i also need to know what's going on in your creative life. Thanks june first of all to get out of the way. We heard from marcus watson. Who is an intimacy coordinator and choreographer but in terms of my work I'm in the midst of copy edits for the method right now. I'm actually taking a break from them to record this As we speak and for people who haven't been through it copy editing. A manuscript of a book is a very intense micro detail process in which you go through the text and thanks to suggested changes from a copy editor. You try to figure out which of your mistakes are a hallmark of your signature style which are genuine screw ups. It's interesting and i've actually learned an enormous amount about how my writing works and where my taste lies and stuff like that. But it's also tough in that you know. The copy editors great and she's done a wonderful job at. It has nothing to do with her. But it feels like you're arguing all day whether it's with the book or with the yourself from the past or the person who suggested that changes it just it doesn't feel great because you feel like you're arguing all the time but there's no one you're actually arguing with the conversation can progress. I just have to intercede to say. I worked as a copy editor. Actually think it might be my true personality job. I love copy editing. But i have to admit that like you are a copy editor the bits that you feel great about like. They're actually kind of asshole things because it's like well actually you know they're all well and like it's great. It's great for the book. No one should ever resist copy at it but it kind of is like at heart a super valuable heroic put kind of an asshole job. Yeah totally other. I should say the one the woman. I'm working with them very kind. This whole process. Copy editors the greatest. Yeah the other fun thing is that i'm back to freelancing again after taking myself out of rotation for about a year to finish the book and i just had my first piece back which was here at slate dot com which was a assessment of the career and talents of owen wilson. I'm very proud of it. And i hope people will give it a read if they haven't they should and we'll put that on the show pige but we should probably talk about this week's guest ripe because he is fascinating so you told me before. It's marcus watson. he's an intimacy coordinator but what does intimacy coordinator do so what they do. Is they consult on the filming or staging of physical intimacy. You know making out sex scenes things of that nature for theater tv and film. His job is to ensure everyone involved is comfortable with everything. That's happening that. Everything is consensual for all parties. And sometimes he's also staging those scenes himself is said a new job as you'll hear in the interview it's very new. I was fascinated to learn. Exactly how new i mean. It's only a few years old and how the field evolved and codified just prior to the me moment in our culture. Wow i cannot wait to lend more but before we get to the interview. I also want to mention that slate. Plus members will hear a little something extra from your conversation with marcus. What will they hear. Yes we will be talking with. Marcus about how working as an intimacy coordinator has changed the way. He views sex scenes when he's watching tv and film. We'll also talk about how he personally deals with. The psychic fallout of his job. And about how the pandemic has affected his work. That sounds amazing and absolutely do not want to miss this..
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