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"craig smith" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

04:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"craig smith" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Lab and getting a robot to pickup and the object from ben and drop it in a box which is the state of Really the state of a robotics in industry today is picking Is incredibly difficult and to intend. Difficult in the lab and to get that to work at scale in production is incredibly go. So what i'm saying is one of the things that surprise me across all of the interviews sidhu as amazing as these things are in research. They're still very brittle and very narrow. They break easily and and they can't be applied to a very broad domain an. I don't think the public thunder stand sat so adopt tempers. I uh my enthusiasm for what the future holds in a i. I think it's going to be much longer road The people anticipate i mean Autonomous vehicles is a good example. When i started paying attention as telling my mother-in-law we're all gonna be like summoning rub attacks on our phones and five years you don't even need on car But but we're obviously very long way from that although that's sad again China with its government. Laxer government policier more supportive government policy depending on how you to look at. It is barreling ahead with a robot. Taxi pilot programs and i think will implement some of these things. Well ahead of the us because they're willing It's a less litigious society and and you know they look at things from a different perspective if if it's if it's good for The mass is You know they're willing to sacrifice a few individuals whereas the us in olding rights at the individual paramount. Yeah that's really great. That was a lot to digest. In that i loved it and for our listeners. Been interviewing other hosts because we're able to bring your you can bring such great perspectives because you've talked to a wide range of people and you also bring any background as a journalist as well so you can kind of cut through the hype of what people are saying to get down to the real meat of. What's going on and in our podcast with the ai with ai folks. We also talked about robotics and how that can be incredibly difficult than autonomy as well. We talk about a guy in the seven. Patterns of ai and one of those patterns is autonomous systems. And you don't go from level zero which is no autonomy so thinking about a human fully driving a car to level five where the car is fully driving itself. You don't jump from zero to level five their steps along the way and so you know when you're trying to build that system you have to think about that and you're right. Some of these problems are incredibly difficult. And sometimes the media or people. In general people can make these assumptions companies. Don't always help with clarifying this. There's a lot of marketing spin that goes on. And so you know people just say okay. Well you can do it in this application. So can't you doing this because if you're not interro botox you don't think because for humans it's not really hard to pick up different objects that have different You know shapes and sizes and softness versus hardness but for robots and for picker robots. That's incredibly difficult. So i did like how you pointed that out and to solve. That problem is not trivial so when we do solve that problem it's incredible. It's not just a trivial thing that you think about a little three year old kinko and pick up you know a block versus evolved versus whatever.

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Is New Texas Longhorns Coach Chris Beard the Best Hire in 2021?

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Is New Texas Longhorns Coach Chris Beard the Best Hire in 2021?

"It's been a pretty slow week in college basketball. Exactly zero icons have announced their retirement plans. No assistance have been named their schools coach in waiting. But i did talk to texas coach chris beard earlier in the week. So let's talk about that deadline. Let me start by asking you. This most seemed to believe that crispier will in the long term and perhaps in the short term as well but certainly in the long-term proved to be the best hire from two thousand and twenty one. Do you agree with that. I don't know if he'll have not not not explicitly so i think that he's got a really good shot at being very successful. I think his odds are probably the best. But i also think the nature of the job. He's taking the league. he's taking it in even kansas. Gets you know. Dial back here a more than a few notches for a few years. It's still going to be kansas bill. Self has an ideal contract situation going forward so he would not be my pick. He would not be most likely picked to do the best job at this school for the long term. I think he has to objectively be in like the top three of that conversation. Hell he might be your number one. That's part of why you spoke them to begin with but he would not be my pick to be the most successful at the school. Among the hires power conferences in this cycle. Then who would be. Okay i will go with craig smith because i think craig smith has the best chance at both having success and staying at that school. Not that chris. Beard won't like chris beers at texas for the next twenty years and won a national championship. Of course. I could foresee that happening but to me. Correct smith has been really good at south dakota utah state. Now he's going to go to utah. And i think this is a situation. I you know we're all just shooting darts here. But i think that is most likely spot for coach. Have long term success at that

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Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Islanders 2-1 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Islanders 2-1 in Game 3

"Brad Marchand scored three thirty six into overtime to give the Bruins a two one win over the islanders the goal put Boston ahead two games to one in the second round series the Bruins one ahead one nothing on Craig Smith's goal five fifty two into the contest Boston maintained that leading to a map Parcells scored his first goal of the postseason beating to grasp with five twenty six left in regulation rest stop bars L. on a point blank shot early you know T. and finished with twenty eight saves seven of our alarm on channel thirty nine shots for the islanders who will host game four on Saturday I'm the ferry

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"craig smith" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"And I want to hear what you think about or we going to see more Craig Smith appreciation. I hope. So cuz again I think you kind of nailed it in terms of like, you know, he might be the the people want to tap in as the complimentary piece on a line. And yes, he's not as skilled as hall or he's not as gifted as a playmaker, as a guy, like David krejci, but you look at that goal, he scored on on Wednesday, and that's the choice. You know, the fitting Craig Smith goal, right? Where you kind of make something out of nothing off of just being active on the forecheck, keeping your head up and kind of seeing the play develop. And so for him to log, The guy that that breaks you want to go like that, you know, he's a guy who I think the books been out on him in terms of, you know, he loves to, you know, get pucks on net. He loves to shoot from pretty much, every single angle, like that guy took a shot, like, like Ninety Degrees from the side of the net, but you look at the the little things he does. And, you know, sometimes he's the guy who gets the secondary assist on some of these plays, but sometimes it's the ability to keep the puck into to, you know, win the battle on the boards to pressure. The puck, carrier on the forecheck, may not be the thing that makes the Highlight Reel. But usually those are the plays that are the catalysts that's that. So many of those promising, you know, ozone positions for the the crazy line. And for as much as I think Taylor Hall is hooked up a ton in terms of, you know, they're building right off the rush and just kind of that again that game-breaking skill there's a lot of guys who could be the angle that whole vision and and roof that shot obviously. But you look at just that that line is also very good job. You know, creating chances off of, you know, turnovers and four checks. And I think Craig Smith has a lot that play into it. And again for a guy who is signed here, who you know, I remember back in college, you know, January February, people are like, all right well for the expansion draft like this since it's not hanging around, right? This guy is what Thirty one years old like he's got just a couple of goals like where did he kind of fit into the mix? But you know it's just been a great signing for the Bruins to get this guy who I think for all of us going into it, you know, I always excited..

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Is Craig Smith the Bruins' Most Underrated Player?

Poke the Bear

01:24 min | 4 months ago

Is Craig Smith the Bruins' Most Underrated Player?

"Think Craig Smith has a lot that play into it. And again for a guy who is signed here, who you know, I remember back in college, you know, January February, people are like, all right well for the expansion draft like this since it's not hanging around, right? This guy is what Thirty one years old like he's got just a couple of goals like where did he kind of fit into the mix? But you know it's just been a great signing for the Bruins to get this guy who I think for all of us going into it, you know, I always excited. I think, you know, a lot of people were you look at his numbers like art. This is a guy who's going to help this team, but not a lot of people expect them to be a top-six guy, right? I think he was going to be a very, very good. Third one guy, almost like oil, right? Like coil if he's your top six. You know, you'll be fine, I guess, but he's not exactly what what you want. But, but he's in a third line role. He's a very good in terms of getting those matchups to Heaven. Be your second one, right wing, and to really solidify that line but doing some of the little things it's good to see in. It's good that a guy like him gets rewarding because I think it seems like leading up to, you know, Craig Smith scored that goal was going to be another game where, you know, we talked about Taylor Hall and again, it's all deserved in terms of how great he's been. But don't overlook judging, you know how good Craig Smith? Is it? Doing the little things that help get that line. So any of those great, a chances. So he's just been fantastic this year for the Bruins.

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Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

CBS Sports Radio

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

"Blues tonight in Game two of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Speaking of the Stanley Cup playoffs scoreboard That look like this. The caps and Bruins played Game three that Syria's Tonight it would go to overtime. The Bruins Craig Smith scores the overtime winner in double, OT three to Boston or Washington. Bruins lead that series. Two games to one. Hurricanes.

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Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2

"Craig Smith capitalized on a momentary lapse by capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov to score the game winning goal five forty eight into double overtime to give the Bruins a three two win and a two one series advantage Smith grabbed a loose puck behind the net and wrapped it around the left post in in before Sam so not could get back into position after attempting to play the pock Brad Marchand's goal midway through the third for so cheap Taylor also scored into Carrasco made thirty five saves for the Bruins Alex Baskin and Nick dowdy Ted go ahead goals in the second for Washington Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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Will the Boston Bruins Ever Fix Their Power Play?

Poke the Bear

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Will the Boston Bruins Ever Fix Their Power Play?

"Those practices that burns will have, I imagine a large portion, it's going to be devoted to fixing that power play, just because it's been stuck in a rough way for a long time, I think since April 8th, the Bruins have six total power-play goals and four of them have come from Craig Smith. And and another one is kind of stupid crazy. I mean, you can make the case. You like just from the I test that the second unit has looked a lot better than the first for a long, long time now. So they have to do something to to get that first pulp a unit rolling. Whether it's worth switching a Personnel or Bruce Cassidy is always identified troubles with entries as being a thing that's really going to hurt that top power-play unit over the last month. So I think they've got to really kind of fix that and not make it be you know I don't think you want you expect you to jump from where it is right now to all Cynthia not top three unit again right. I don't think you're going to have that whether it's just like it's not the cards at guys on exit game. I'm gonna Torey Krug. Yeah, yeah, exactly. I don't think either you're going into it. Expecting them to cash in on, you know, thirty percent of their chances, but you're still need more than the output. You're getting off. Because I think you know, right now the Bruins is, the deadline are outscoring teams at even-strength 37 to 15, which is crazy. It's crazy that there there's going this many of the 2011 Bruins now, where it's like, wow, they're, you know, they're dissecting teams on even strain for them to hopefully, kills, all the momentum. Pretty much been the case for a month now. So if you even get that power-play back to, you know, 20% over this this long stretch, it goes a whole a long way. Especially in the playoffs, in terms of Just Landing more punches against the opponent's. So I think in terms of x's and o's power plays probably stands out the most to me. Yeah.

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Craig Smith's 3 goals carry Bruins past  Sabres 6-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Craig Smith's 3 goals carry Bruins past Sabres 6-2

"Craig Smith Patrick highlighted the Bruins six to win over the Sabres leaving Boston seven one or no against buffalo this season Smith's first goal made it one nothing just eighty one seconds into the game Nick Ritchie added a goal and an assist to back rookie goalie Jeremy sway men who made seventeen saves in his eighth start David Craig she had three assists all on Smith's goals the bees have won nine of eleven overall as they try to win the east division title Boston is twenty one four and one in its last twenty six meetings with the Sabres I'm Dave Ferrie

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Boeing Raises Retirement Age for CEO Calhoun by 5 Years, CFO to Retire

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00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Boeing Raises Retirement Age for CEO Calhoun by 5 Years, CFO to Retire

"At Boeing. The aerospace Giants board has raised the company's mandatory retirement age by five years to 70. Therefore, CEO David Calhoun, who is 64 could be sticking around for a while. Meanwhile, Calhoun's era parent 54 year old financial chief, Craig Smith, Said he will retire this summer. Boeing shares fell 4% today Stocks lost

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Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand score 2 as Bruins beat Caps 6-3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand score 2 as Bruins beat Caps 6-3

"The Bruins owner four game winning streak after Brad Marchand delivered two goals and a pair of his sister to six three downing of the capital's David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron also scored twice to back to Carrasco who turned back thirty shots in his second victory since suffering an injury in February great you put the Bruins in front for three at sixteen oh two of the second period on a pass from Craig Smith less than two minutes before bergerak doubled Boston's lead T. J. Oshie had two goals and Anthony Mantha added another for the first place capitals who have dropped two of three I'm the ferry

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Hall Scores, Rask Returns in Bruins 4-1 Win Over Islanders

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Hall Scores, Rask Returns in Bruins 4-1 Win Over Islanders

"Brad Marchand scored twice in Taylor hall notched his first goal as a Bruin in a four one win over the islanders hall says it was great to score in his second game with Boston after netting just two was a saber this season you know come into every game you know hoping to score a goal but you wanna make place you want to create chances and I thought tonight our line did that so it was nice to see one go into grass may twenty two saves to earn his first victory since February as the goaltender played for just the second time since March seventh due to a back injury Craig Smith also scored for the bees who had been three into versus the owls this season Boston outshot New York forty five twenty three including twenty three seven in the first period Travis Zajac scored his first goal for New York and set me on fire alarm off made forty one saves I'm the ferry

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Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

Poke the Bear

02:53 min | 5 months ago

Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

"Did you think of Taylor Hall? Yeah, I think if you're a few of the problems you have to be encouraged as what you saw home. It's kind of interesting after the game. He saw a few like National people kind of reactive like I guess I forget who was if someone up in Canada that was like, well you saw from a game the Bruins have the works out for them with Kayla Hall like guys not confident really going to build his confidence back up which I mean he's he's admitted that but he needs to build his game back up, but I don't know how he saw anything from it off. They give you like a red flag of like all this guy's really fighting the puck. I mean, it's his first game with the new team hasn't played in ten days. People forget about the guy was literally was on the it was held out of games wage earning a new system. So, you know, I don't know people are expecting him to to score a hat-trick in his first game, but you know, I think he started off a little slow. I think he had to kind of adjust the new life mate said like kind of a bad turn over that kind of that spin around pass it went to a sabre instead of a brewing so like yes a little tentative at at this. But I think it's a game went on he got more comfortable. I think where you really kind of noticed him especially was transition wise very very kind of assertive and smooth to the neutral zone. Got a lot of an easy. Everybody was able to manufacture a lot of pretty clean Zone entries, which is usually been an issue for this team terms of kind of getting that momentum back. So I think especially moving phone number Against maybe more physical teams like the Islanders or the capitals where they really trying to, you know, have you in your Zone? Haven't got like Hall who can't support a guy like McAvoy or a Grizzly look and get the puck-moving. I think it'd be a big a big difference maker in terms of helping out that group. So I think if you're the Bruins as the the first step I think of to be encouraged it wasn't, you know, I don't get the month of drawbacks and people saying that you know, he he look like he was you know out of it or or anything like that like he was shooting off the rust seemed like he was fitting pretty well with Craig Smith and Dave G granted like Craig Smith might be scoring on a newline you put them on right now you guys just on fire so which is good news for the Bruins, right that gives them an actual finish on that line, but I think it's be encouraging. I think maybe that one thing people were concerned about, you know, there's the The Narrative about until hell not playing winning lucky or being a dog because he was on some bootleg teams, but I think his attention to details as the game went on we're pretty good. I mean That could that checking effort to really break up that last chance Buffalo hat and over time, you know, he was engaged on the other end of the ice or the thing is encouraging. So I think for a first step really know how you have to be discouraged by what you saw because the chances were there, right? He wasn't burying them. He supposed to work on a little bit but as a first kind of audition seemed like he did pretty well in that second line.

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Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2

"Brad Marchand scored a shorthanded goal and Jeromy sway man made thirty one saves to win his second NHL start leading the Bruins to a four two victory over the capitals swimming allowed two power play goals in under twenty seconds to Alex of educated TJ Oshie but he kept the Bruins ahead with the caps tilted the ice toward him in the second period Marchand Craig Smith each finished with a goal and an assist for the Bruins who are trying to climb back into the mix for the east division title the caps lost their share of the east lead falling two points behind the islanders I'm the ferry

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Notable Developments on the College Basketball Coaching Carousel Scuttlebutt

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:45 min | 6 months ago

Notable Developments on the College Basketball Coaching Carousel Scuttlebutt

"A lot of movement on the coaching carousel. Over the past couple of days the big. One of course was indiana firing archie miller. After four seasons. We talked about that on a previous podcast. So go find it. We're not going to spend any time on that here but let me walk you through the other notable developments richard patino out at minnesota and as up tuesday morning. He's the new coach at new mexico. State has quote parted ways with steve. Prohm depaul finally took. Dave laid off the hot seat list. Boston college hired earl. Grant penn state hired mike castrucci berry dead leg spin a pretty good right now. It's spinning man. Yeah listen we give the. We are gearing up for this tournament. We got we got more than forty eight hours till. We're gonna tip the first game here so as expected. We've had some movement on the carousel. So we'll let's get into a little bit of this This scuttle but here kind of take it job by job. Best job openings indiana. Let's kind of go in order. I guess second best job. That's open. I would say iowa state is a better job than minnesota steve. Prohm gets fired late monday night. His jamie pollard was on the selection committee so he traveled back as he should have to meet with promo person and do what he what needed to be done You and i both seven the podcast in january. We expected steve prone to return next season. But we also didn't expect iowa state to never win a game like he just got to an irreversible point. so he's done. He put out a classy statement on tuesday morning. And i don't know whether or not steve prohm will land somewhere else head. Coaching position this coaching cycle but he will be a head coach again. He did take iowa state to three inch tournaments he was really good prior to that at murray state and certainly qualified for. It's just a matter of Is there anything out there. That he would be offered or anything out there that he would want as for the job. The candidates we're early. But i'm told that this is certainly a coach that you know quite well as well i'm told jamie pollard definitely will be considering. Unlv head coach. Tj burger near the top of his list. I can't say that he is the favorite. I just think that it's objectively true. That tj also burger will be under consideration for the iowa state job along the likes of. You're going to hear puerto moser connected to multiple jobs on this podcast because let's face it especially if he wins at least one tournament game. He's just a hot name. And he's going to be attached to iowa st paul minnesota. I i don't know if you'd be a favorite for state. But i think his name makes sense. I think utah. State's craig smith might make sense and then a high. I do have a wildcard one. Uab's andy kennedy has gone to the sec. Good job at ole miss. He's just one year and at uab but he had he had a really good year. In fact i think he won more games in his first season. This past season than just about anyone. Maybe all of all of the first year coach coaches. So i think that's a fact no first year coach at a new program. One more games this season than ak i. It's just i'm lobbying out. There is a name that should be considered. And then i did see fran for shila tweet this and i do. I do think there's something to it. Like a baylor is a one seed could be in the final four. Hey first time since bill henderson all that good stuff tang is a is a high level power conference assistant that is deserving of an opportunity would come at a power conference level. I don't know. But i think it's only a matter of time before jerome tank. Its job as well. So i'm just tossing him in knows the league as potentially someone that They should consider or at least at the very least interview sets an initial pool of

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Islanders score 5 in 3rd, beat first-place Bruins 7-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Islanders score 5 in 3rd, beat first-place Bruins 7-2

"If any bodily is tally sparked a five goal third period for the islanders in what became a seven two rather the Bruins Matt Barr Zell and Anders Lee each had a goal and an assist to help the owls improved to six oh one one at home Parcells said it was great to see the office of break out in terms of just the floodgates opening you know sometimes that's just not how it works you get you get a bounce here and there you keep working in fortune that's what it does pager gets a PJ bounce and scores on a breakaway it's just certain moments in the game that's opened up in we're fortunate very Jordan Everly Oliver Wahlstrom JG Pageau and Adam pelik also tallied for the islanders New York posted its highest scoring performance of the season and improved to three and against Boston this year Nick Ritchie and Craig Smith also scored for the Bruins I'm Dave Ferrie

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Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe

"David Foster not completed his second hat trick of the season by scoring with two fifty six remaining in the Bruins seven to three outdoor win over the flyers at Lake Tahoe Pasternak scored in the opening minute of the first two periods before registering his second hat trick versus the flyers this season they sell side one timers on thoughts are harmful go to so I use guys just try to get it on that and you know it's always it's always a good start out the game and the score for shift than on it okay get on the ball right away Charlie Coyle Trent Frederic at Nick Ritchie scored in the one thirty nine span late in the second period to give the Bruins a six to lead Craig Smith Brad Marchand John Moore and Connor Clifton each had two assists in Boston's first win in three games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bruins erase 3-goal deficit against Capitals, win 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Bruins erase 3-goal deficit against Capitals, win 5-3

"The Bruins erased a three nothing deficit for the second straight game before Brandon Carlo scored the tiebreaking goal with two thirty seven remaining in a five three victory over the caps David Pasternak scored his first two goals of the season before Craig Smith tied it Washington lost in regulation for the first time this season ending its franchise best point streak to start a season at nine games former Bruins captain Zdeno chara scored in his second game against his old team Ciara and Daniel Sprong combined for two goals in eleven seconds from Washington I'm Dave very

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Bergeron, Marchand score 2 apiece, Bruins beat Flyers 6-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Bergeron, Marchand score 2 apiece, Bruins beat Flyers 6-1

"Boston continued its offense of onslaught against the flyers to cap a two game home sweep with a six one win newly minted Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron scored twice and Brad Marchand had two goals and an assist as Boston outscored Philadelphia eleven to five in the two big wins we continue to build on our game you know we had a great comeback win the other night we should have in that game you know pride or or come back as well so it just shows that you guys are getting comfortable Phillies Kevin Hayes netted his third of the season early in the second before Craig Smith's first goal as a Bruin put Boston up for good Carter Hart stopped just twenty of twenty six shots in the flyers third loss in four tries Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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"craig smith" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"That's bet u e s. So Saturday morning, I think Bruce fans got a much more encouraging piece of news was kind of like a nice way to Friday night. You got disappointed. You're heartbroken Saturday with a different girl calls you and says, hey, you know what? Maybe I'll take you on a date. Oh, these are getting better. Things are on the up-and-up now they that's a kind of a weird way to I guess compare the two but it does it does but so the Bruins signed Craig Smith Saturday morning three years 3.1 million. / I love the deal. I think you love the deal. What I was very interested to hear was Sweeney age that they talked all day yesterday. So maybe that was what was postponing the press conference was there just talking to Craig Smith all day, which may be I mean, they also have the Taylor Hall stuff so that could have a name. As well, but just your reaction to Craig Smith now being a bruin. Yeah, I mean, I love that contract and what he brings his team and how he addresses a major role in this lineup and over at Boston Sports Journal. We had a few stories earlier this offseason kind of focusing on Craig Smith and why he'd be a great value pick up because it wasn't he does not have the same, you know appeal as you know, a Mike Hoffman or a dad and all for one of these guys. I mean his name even sounds like an NHL 20 name generator, right? And this is the guy who does draft in like twenty thirty seven, you know who becomes like a thirty goal scorer like you I don't even know who this guy is. He has orange hair. It's it's like it's just one of those weird setups there, but you look at what Craig Smith brings his team though, perhaps, you know, even if you look at the Baseline numbers, you know, the the stuff you look at real quick. He's a 20-goal skora scored twenty goals and five is nine years, but I think we're his real value is just a a short heavy game. I guy who generates quality looks pretty much every time he's out on the ice defensively responsible guy. I mean he ranked, you know, he primarily with a 3rd line last month with the Predators with Benigno and Grimaldi not really a line that stands out to you. You're not dealing with you know, earliest Pattinson line or you know, Crosby's line or McDavid, you know off a brochure online. There's no quality. Yeah, but I mean they they let all those lines in terms of goals for percentage. I mean they, you know, it was not even remotely close in terms of how much natural is consistently winning their match up scoring plenty of goals. Negating is going to be on the other end of the ice when that wins out there and it's not just a flash-in-the-pan..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Podcast. I'm Aronofsky alongside Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal Connor. And do we have anything to talk about today? I don't think we do. I really don't know. I mean maybe in just I don't know the weather the weather's nice outside 77 talk about. Yeah, I don't know. I watched you watching anything on T recently been to The Sopranos on HBO show or something like that or more more A Better Call Saul Now, I actually haven't gotten around to seeing better car a big Breaking Bad Guy, but it's haven't gone around people said it was kind of slow down to get around. Okay, you know will cut the shit. Yeah. No, there's there's a lot, you know, there's a lot going on there's quite a bit. And so by the way of Shadow me new new Mike. I hope you have some better or look better with age. Right in front of me now. It's not off to the side. This was $60 more. It's like supposedly the best Mike that can be plugged into your MacBook. So I was like hell yes sure, centers are thrilled shake it off, but I sound like an angel sound like first sex with Jesus. Yes friends a lot of stepbrothers references by the way on Twitter lately we get to that second. Yeah, so lots of stuff Bruins free agency the first half of day one was nothing there was nothing. I mean the TSN show they were grasping at straws to talk about you can only talk about or kind of Carousel enough. Yeah. They were they were really doing projects for the 2022 Olympics are projecting the Canadian teen. I was like, they're going to start doing like twenty twenty six to one point of they're going to keep on rolling with it tough tough day for content for the rest of the NHL. But Kevin Miller re-signs wasn't that big a thing but then our antennas popped up when the Bruins moved Sweeney's presser back from 5 p.m. Until 6 a.m. Saturday at 1 we thought it was much bigger. They have reportedly offered Taylor Hall a short-term three-year deal. But Torey Krug were all probably settling in for a nice fun Friday night. Whatever you decide to do whether you stand whether you go out and social justice, whatever it is who's probably cut in half like ours where when it around 8:00 Elliott Friedman tweeted out croup Saint Louis down all wet. What so what was your initial reaction to that? Very interested to hear this? Yeah. I think when the news broke that he was leaving. I don't think I think pretty much all of us were in the same boat that we thought he was going to go elsewhere and get a significant deal Saint Louis being the one to offer him that that came as a surprise. I think I don't think I really expected them to sign him considering, you know, the fact that st. Louis seem like they're still in the running for pietrangelo. They had money already tied up with a guy like Justin Faulk dead. So it came as a big surprise and I think even pietrangelo was I think pretty shocked by it too. It seemed like he was going to make the rounds and then probably come back to Saint Louis and I think as it progressed, I you know, we went from a situation where you know, Krug leaves and most of us were expecting to do it. Anyway, so you already kind of you know half way out the door of like, you know, congrats congrats improved for, you know, getting a you know, getting the bag and earning that contract that he definitely deserves been here that we wanted to team like Saint Louis which you know, I'm sure sours a lot of Bruins fans, but the fact that it seems like the issue is with the Bruins just.

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Boston Bruins' Torey Krug Signs 7-Year Deal With St. Louis Blues

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Bruins' Torey Krug Signs 7-Year Deal With St. Louis Blues

"National Predators forward Craig Smith to a three year deal. The 31 year old scored 18 goals this past season. The next slightly see Torey Krug on the ice will be wearing a ST Louis blues uniforms. The former Bruins defenseman has signed a seven year deal worth 6.5 million a season. He says the Bruins last offer was about a year ago and was later pull The Patriots practicing

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"It's it's a planet and the guy's laughing. He's like well, of course it is. What do you mean? He's like, no, we're. We're like we're on a planet in space lately Caselli you're that far out and you can look at Earth and see the moon and see the sun and see planets in the sky and suddenly you realize Oh my God we're suspended out here in this nothing he's like we're on a spaceship and we're all like we're on that fricken planet it's a planet you know. How many of us really ever even get to Even contemplate that you know. Visibly see it with the naked eye. So that sure that perspective thing it's a it's an interesting I. Forget why I got off on this diatribe sorry than blabbing. But Hey, Elon musk a car in space right? Does. And it's silly but it's like look at how many people were had that that impacted. So many people that day we all witnessed just again, the audacity here's a guy who was literally saying is long as it gets above the launch pad before it explodes I'm happy because he knew that if they destroyed that launch pad that was going to set back their whole manned space. Travel situation all that stuff because that particular launch pad is is crucial to their future plans. Not only did it clear the launch pad it went off both saw are both side boosters came back landed a almost like picture perfect at the same time and he got his payload out there with the little car and we were able to watch as as a as a as earthlings. This little car like tumbling out in space. It was just the you know how do you not I? Know it's kind of silly and it's the arrogance of one billionaire and that kind of thing, and it's his car and all that. But it's also kind of like, Hey, there's a bunch of kids that I'm sure. Were inspired that day to kind of you know go man or you could do that. Finally. Actually, probably a broader question is, would you ever be interested in space travel yourself? If you suddenly you know had a bunch of monster hit movies inside of you know I want to Want to take a trip somewhere. I would have to it would have to get and I think Neil degrasse Tyson. is of the same thing he said it would have to get to the point where it's as safe and communist commercial air travel to even consider it. But yes. It would be.

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"But just like the the fact we got people, men and women that are willing to risk everything for the ride. Right? You know the experience to to get beyond the go learn and there's this human spirit element to it. That's also just like I cannot believe we've figured out how to tame that kind of energy there's A. The aesthetic element definitely plays into it because sometimes it can be a beautiful thing. I mean there's when the Vandenberg Launch Happened a couple years ago just after sunset. But as it gets higher, the sun can illuminate the smoke plume and the the exhaust gases of the the rocket and kind increases really iridescent weird reflection on the night sky it's gorgeous. Then again. You just think it's this beautiful kind of a thing and again that's all in the eye of the beholder because there's a lot of people other. Government launched spies satellite to find out what we're looking at her doing like yeah. You can look at it that way too but I just enjoy. The duality of the man look at what all these people figured out through stem. You know through through science technology engineering math like look at what we've done with our brains and look at what we do with our hearts in terms of like just having the audacity to to give this a shot you know take these very expensive delicate little instruments strap on top of a controlled explosion just so we can go. Your forecast weather better than the things that actually do really improve our lives. So I, I like all those elements. Privatization of space is rather fascinating because it doesn't seem like anybody really knows what they're doing. It's just it's competition for NASA and it's better funded. I'm not necessarily sure it's more scientific. No, and we're getting into some controversial things. There's there's been a couple of little satellites have gone up for just like you know just like giant mirror balls because they want them to be able to be visible during the day, and it's like now we're getting into like, of course not now that's the other spiritual like here with narcissism of human beings want to be the one to you know who that's my satellite. You Know Mirror ball that's up there that you can see and it's like I don't know that we want to start doing that there's obviously I mean they've already talked about advertising in space it's. It's theoretically you figured the entire space station is a football field in sort of size and and it's two hundred and fifty miles up, but it's bright enough to reflect enough sunlight. So let's get you know ten football fields up there and you have a billboard traveling across the sky at night. You know it's like you. Now you can literally advertise from space and there's a lot of things that people are thinking about where it's like yeah it's a little bit of the wild West right now but at least it's inspiring people to get out and do this I. I really do think it's important for us to keep. Expanding, and gaining that perspective I forget there's some famous quote from A. One of the astronaut astronauts from the Apollo Program..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"And I think for a brief period of time I think at around age thirteen I would've loved to have you know entertained the idea of becoming a pilot but again, I was a horrible student and once I started looking into what into the training and all these concepts seem so far. Outside of my realm I think just gave up on that and just like looking at, you know go into air show and that kind of thing but the you know it, it's a little different now that I'm older to kind of appreciate the the sort of like the blend of the the audacity of the human spirit to sort of like attempt to tame you know things like explosive energy and then not only tame it but put it. Into a you know a tube and then shoot it as one continuous controlled explosion at the back end of it so that we can get off this earth and go look at stuff with these super delicate instruments that you know that have to take this this crazy ride including the fragile human beings that when they go, they sit on top of this enormous bomb you know and get ourselves off the planet. So all all that stuff kind of. Started to have pardon the Pun a lot more gravity. You know as I got older appreciate it because there's a kid you're just kind of like, oh, it's cool. New Looks Neat. NEAT goes fast and sound schools loud So I. Think you know the the astronomy and then what ended up happening too is I. I was able to to watch from little cabin up into Hatch Abi. From well, over one hundred, fifty miles away I watched a out of Vandenberg, Air Force Base where they launch a lot of these iridium. The next generation of iridium satellites They were launching rockets from there and I one night I I was sitting there like like just trying to take photograph of of the night sky and I saw this bright orange glow on the horizon like what is that like? That's weird and Austin this this bright fiery dot is going up off the ground you know way out in the distance and like. There's rocket launch going on let's I can't believe, and then I just started researching when do we get to see these things and there's all these websites that give you advanced notice of rocket launches and Vandenberg and all that stuff and so it just all of a sudden it was it was like another thing to go try to photograph and then it was like, Oh, I can do time lapse of this or oh I can also get a really nice long Zumra. Long-range Zoom Lens and see how much detail I can pull out of it and then it was so yeah it all kind of sort of part and parcel but I definitely was a fan of the space shuttle as a kid I mean we used to be I can remember it playing in my backyard and Orange County and watching the the glass on sliding glass door vibrate as the space shuttle landing it leaders March Air Force Base is where they used to have a hobby. I think it was March Air Force Base I could get the wrong but when they would have to do a west coast landing for the space shuttle..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"Just like, yeah I can't he goes I if I he goes I tried camping and it was so quiet I couldn't go to sleep. He says, I, need because I've been a city guy my whole life I need that din I need to hear the the their livelihood of all this kind of stuff that's going on out there and he's like, yeah, the crickets chirping or wind through the trees he was like as way too quiet. And I just that was funny because for him, he's like no man that that ain't me at all I'm GonNa live and die in in New York. City. And be just fine I said Yeah that's my nightmare I love visiting and you know there's a lot to be said for great cuisine and a jar and just the the sheer sort of like human circus that's going on. And the to participate in dip your toes in it is great but I need I need to just kind of be you know I'm GonNa put my butt down in some dirt and Kinda. Just sit here and and just chill with pants on that sounds weird. The way I said it but you know I am clothed I should specify when I'm putting my butt down in the dirt. We are clothed during this podcast. Yes exactly. It's well, you might be I mean it's it's audio. So you know if that's their thing. Now, what's what's The coolest thing you've actually seen coolest thing I've seen I've seen some crazy stuff out there. The ISS kind of passing overhead never gets old I. Mean I've I've I've settling. Great. Little APPs like things like ISS spotter is the one that I use, and there's all these different little apps that will help you go out and look for the International Space Station when it's in your area So I've gone out and watch that a number of times. The coolest thing I've seen. I think there's there's a particular what they call like a dead satellite and it's Kinda creepy. It's like these these satellites that eventually these countries lose communication there's there's a planned operation, a life span for a lot of these things and unfortunately I think it was like nineteen ninety-four. They finally started saying guys, we have to figure out what you know. We can't just leave these things in a certain orbit. So the world community got together in terms of the scientific communities like we have to make sure that at the end of the plan sort of like operational life of the satellites that we either put them in a much higher orbit to where they're not. Going to be an issue or we let them descend but we have to have enough fuel on board to let them descend burn up in the atmosphere. Okay and So, prior to I ninety four and it still happens even now when there's a glitch in the you know if we lose communication but there's there's dead satellites that are up there that kind of just tumble and they reflect light in a very different way than an average satellite, they sort of flash and BLINK BUT NOT IN A consistent way like a satellite that's properly sort of spinning a rotating and catching the Sun's light and reflecting it down and sort of a pattern..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"You know in my in my forties it's an early started like around the mid thirties just kind of going I really do like being outdoors and doing active things I'd like to kind of have you know my fifties and sixties be active and outside and and sort of experiencing the world and a little bit more of a present way than what my industry allows because you're either you're either worried about the very next GIG. So you're either constantly focused on the future or you're. You're thinking too much about your past and decisions you made back Dan and like Nanna. Hope People like that project that I did and I was so bad in that I should have done different choices you know as opposed to get outside and you just go for a hike or mountain bike ride or go sit on a Kayak or whatever it might be and you're just you're living in those moments and so I figure I've been investing in myself in what I would like to. Think as a a slower pace in a much more present lifestyle hopefully starting around forty five or on the forty five, which is around twenty twenty for me to try to get in and start start doing that stuff. So we'll see but that's all I do find myself going to Idaho a lot just because I have a place there. So it's easy to hop on a southwest flight be there in a few hours and I'm you know I was just there this past weekend And I hiked five miles all three days that I was there and went and ate tacos and got good beer and met with some good friends that are up there and you know it's a it's a nice slow pace to life where you can actually go do all that stuff and not worry about your car getting broken into or sitting in three hours of traffic. You know to get to the the place that kind of thing. So you can hear my love for La can't you? It's interesting I live near New York City..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"Eight and it's funny as a writer. I relate to that I mean I spend in One time with my girlfriend. But by the same token, there are times I like to be in my place like I'm a movie buff I love comic books. I'm albums. I. Mean I I write about art surrounded by moist trying to catch up. Times I want to be really social and go out to parties and they go at the shows some people, leave me the hell alone. On a lake solitude and I think as creative people are like that and I think the best bit of advice I got a a teacher in was a class classic by nyu and Sophomore, level classes, and if you WanNa be a writer you better be prepared to spend a lot of time alona. Oh absolutely. That's what you're going to be doing. Yes. screenwriting was the same thing I. Mean it was I. technically still have a literary agent that every now and then we'll we'll hit me up and go I've ever written anything like every three years he kinda in and I say no and right now it really and truly is about time there's there's so much management involved with the sort. Of, voice acting career that I find myself in the midst of that to to then think about going home and I loved writing at night and so to think that I, I can't stay up that late. I'm up every day at five am and I'm trying to go to bed by nine thirty as best I can and when I going what? Am I gonNA. Right, in there and rest is everything for the voice and all that kind of stuff. So you know it's but I do miss those times where it was like I don't know the problem solving the figuring out the rush of broke through a little bit of writer's block and I've got all these ideas that are flowing and Yes and really, and truly just getting comfortable with ourselves as individuals in those quiet moments..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"Frequently we've ended up veering into areas outside of what they're promoting they have hobbies and other passions that really inspire them and they usually don't have enough space to delve deeply into those. So I decided to create a whole podcast series devoted the people's pursuits outside of their main gigs in other words, their side jams. My I guess is Roger Craig, Smith A well-known. Voice actor who for the last decade has portrayed Chris Redfield in the resident evil and marvel versus Capcom video game series. He has also played many different characters in animation and video games including captain, America, sonic the HEDGEHOG and Kylo Ren. He frequently portrays the dark knight including voicing him in last year's Batman Ninja anime beyond his work behind the MIC Roger Likes to get behind the telescope. He's an avid fan of astronomy rocketry and space travel which headed via.

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"craig smith" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wing cross one Craig Smith right circle Smith walking away but not last year for a long rebound for Stamkos has the reported death it'll swing it were shot across the line of Tyler Johnson what sort of Johnson the flight shoot block your stand because love circle what when Victor Hedman with all kinds of room keys it up the lady go up one nothing I had been glass I think it went straight internet so it is Victor is ninety nine career regular season goal and he makes it one nothing great finish by Victor Hedman like you said they've all kinds of time and space to maneuver that one put it right this will house the absolutely blast that one three traffic it may have had a sticker to going to the top shelf but great finish by Victor Hedman on one end national has an odd man rush and then the lightning come right back the other way and I don't think that hit anything just far down for Victor Hedman the lightning with a one nothing lead early on Edmunds fifth of the year he is pointed in nineteen twenty three games played this year for an accurate Yossi use credit carried in the office of zone Joseph the other way it's for navy federal punched out by the senior center ice Matthew Joseph just got awarded by Johannsen no call Joseph stays with it in full today go head man the first period goal the lightning lead one nothing had been scored in the game here last year to that you've seen in his own end watches it the lightning's own Carnac peeling away from coal Forsberg as a bit of time in the right way to go process Joseph down a left wing cross the line off site is called the urine pocket over he eleven forty left in the first one of the lighting stamp goes for sure gets an assist you pass it back to had been more check of the second one when the announcer it was a huge call for the light to they have that great chance from Brady point hitting the post followed up with a strong shift in in a nice job against Nashville even though they've given up a couple looks off the rush that done a good job of trying to take away the middle of the ice in those cross ice passes by the last man sharpen after that CD made the transition right back up the other way and take an early lead twenty second Boston the left flank crossed one nice feedlot circle a shot from the left circle taken by Daniel Carr C. made vast less you with the glove any holds on Fred says you mention Keeley it had some pretty good looks off the rush that was another one yeah that one you just kind of loop shin as he got over the blue line and had a pretty good lane to the network as a left you did a nice job thing at the top of the crease taking away the angle any looks pretty poison ivy person point the right of us once you first one's another drop box three four hundred along the line itself right we chances at all right so I could drop the center ice rips it for plot across London reading point couldn't get away from the car listed act the lighting and Tyler Johnson gets the other sister Johnny as points in two street games now he scored the game.

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"craig smith" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"craig smith" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"And welcome back and we will have different in just a moment. I just confirmed by talking to our second ago just before the break ended so hello Tomasz will connect us and Deborah will be on fly shows talked so fast hopefully today I will be able to ask a few questions and kind of punctuate with a little bit of science behind it to show the wherever she's saying is not a conspiracy theory or pseudoscience. It's real science. Things are not happening a distant future they're happening today and then the recent past <hes> and I hope we have back on their now <hes> she's <hes> should be available so the first thing I want people to understand is the globalist control of the banks the insurance carriers and Intel agencies to control the media is too frightened. People as idiots like l._l._C.. I call her absent a CORTEX and other Enviro maniacs leaving the so-called green dirty deal in fact the article. We're going to be talking about on Wednesday with low. Ponti Who's written for readers digest for decades and been in <hes> special think tanks the U._S.. Government equalizers was Craig Smith books that we have the seven to that generation of books are all free that we offer every Wednesday and if you just dial the number of he'll send the book to free of charge no credit card no tracking nothing just gives the address you want to send it to. We will send it out to you. Money machine is what <hes> what we're looking at so we have never go ahead everywhere. We have a connected now. Yes Great <hes> Dr Bill. Hello everyone this is Deborah. Taveras was stopped the crime dot net and on Today's program I'm going to be talking about many breaking and developing developing stories and not necessarily in the order of importance so I'm just going to let it roll. I I want to address the blackouts that hit Manhattan on Saturday this last Saturday that would be <hes> <hes> July the thirteenth <hes> two thousand nineteen. It's very important that everyone check into the climate action plans in Manhattan and in New York and you will find that New York has approved one of the most ambitious climate action plans in the country so what does that mean massive reductions of greenhouse gas emissions in all commercial and residential properties which includes reduction of electricity so it would be <music> fair to suggest or to certainly put on the burner that this rolling blackout that was likely intentionally caused was to get people accustom to what is being rolled out throughout lt country in every neighborhood everywhere in fact worldwide to reduce our standard of living <hes> in in the guys of reducing climate change because it's manmade when we know this is all whether weapons alliance let me add some science for just twenty seconds here <hes> they said it was one step down transformer the burnt out if every done in power which any city like this would have you wouldn't get sixty one thousand people power so this is a pile of hokey. Okay okay. Please continue well. Of course we know that Con Edison is a major power <hes> and it's it. It was a major power outage that struck Manhattan in New York and we have to remember that the utilities are buying large run by Rothschild L._l._C. and companies and we know that this power outages likely the start of many more such planned events and we're seeing that happening across the country under <hes> different <hes> terms. They're saying here in California. They're going to cut the power if we have a red flag fire warning where the atmosphere is is very <hes> <hes> low humidity <hes> where we are hot in their wins which of course they are creating. They neglect to add we're heavily Kim trailed both before during and after major fire events but let's get back to New York because New York you have to look at the climate action plans and in New York York City <hes> I will be blasting out on stop the crime dot net. You'll find it under the email blasts outs that <hes> New York says in their plans they plan to eliminate the use of all fossil fuels now first of all that should be dead giveaway played the plans are corrupt because our petroleum never did come from fossil fuels. This is right out of their plans and <hes> again <hes> I urge everyone to watch youtube origins of oil to understand the reality of oils oils and we're gas really came from but what's important is that these policies have already been developed in adopted that serve the controllers ideas societal control without regard to ethic morality or life so oh the blackouts and I understand that there were over four hundred people stuck in elevators during this event and I can only say that this is the beginning of rolling blackouts across this country for a variety of excuses are extreme weather or e._m._p.. From the sun or even A._C._M._e.. Fact by a rogue nation right well <hes> our road nation is sitting right here in Washington D._C.. And we are the enemy and we are being attacked by our own city councils local county board of supervisors and all the corporate agencies. We are the enemy we are operated under executive orders which is why <hes> most recently on <hes> June the eleventh of two thousand and nineteen by Executive Order <hes> genetically modified food is to be made <hes> excessively available because of food scarcity and because the climate change so but that is not where I wanted to go in the program today of course to suggest to look at how government runs by going to the Federal Register and start looking at the federal <hes> <hes> register for the executive orders. This is how U._S._A.. INC is run it is not run by your votes or the assumption that you can vote New People in. I also urge everybody to go to stop the crime dot net go to our youtube video channel. We have a five live part series up in the comments about this are becoming unbelievably important when we're rolling out the various aspects of genocide and we cover much of what we've covered many many times on prior radio shows <hes> Dr Bill but I want to go on into some other <hes> breaking news that I think is extremely important for everyone to know we've posted an advisory on stop the crime dot net about the electrical bicycles and fires and we've learned that the dangers of Lithium Ion batteries used in the majority of electric bikes or e bikes cause fires so literally you can have your crotch blown out right from underneath you <hes> and you can find this article. It's <hes> <hes> a Forbes report that is unusual for electric bikes to catch fire. They're saying but they're showing that the e bikes <hes> have caused many fires in fact. It's even caused some garages to burn down as they're charging the batteries so I invite everybody to take the time to understand the level of weaponization that we face Zyppah. We saw that in an aircraft last week where the plane had to be evacuated because a recharger pack useless in my hand on fire to this is standard. Oh Yes apple expert was quoted. This is regarding the e bikes that <hes> <hes> catch on fire the expert is quoted as saying that the Lithium Ion batteries or rather unreliable and rather explosive rather really and you are never sure if or when they will explode and win they do you have a big problem. This is a quote and while the expert has an obvious conflict of interest he owns a consulting business called fire safety engineering support and he supports the statements and he goes on so we we have posted this advisory. <hes> this was a tremendous article that <hes> was <hes> written <hes> and <hes> and has many links of how these batteries explode and certainly if they get dented or damaged edge so you better not fall over a crash on your e bike because that will potentially lead to an exploding battery and there are many links to this story as well so get that out there to all your friends because of course they're moving US <hes> into and out of our <hes> fossil fuel cars which they say or fossil field and we know that petroleum is not a fossil fuel. They're moving into <hes> an electric grid of electric vehicles in this is just another method <music> of battlefield energy control systems in kill grit directly so they can have autonomous vehicles and eventually they wanna make outlawed the you can't own operate your own vehicles. Only Thomas vehicles run by the LEX. Should the allowed on the public transport routes well. That's absolutely true in fact in some articles that I've recently received out of Ireland by twenty twenty two <hes> many towns will no longer even allow <hes> gasoline driven vehicles and <hes> even the use of gas in their in their homes and we've talked about this many a time on prior shows. Dr Bill Gas is being eliminated for use in all new construction now here in the rebuilds else in northern California and and gas is going to be moved out of homes. If you hold on to a gas appliance ultimately your code enforcement will charge you. The cities will charge you for <hes> increased greenhouse gas emissions to the uses gas well yes if you have a viking range for example. They're very expensive. They're beautiful ranges a very high-end and many people prefer to cook on gas. If you do not retrofit out of gas then you will be charged a fee for contributing to greenhouse gas emissions now how these fees will be charged <hes> we're still learning about that but this is the plan so make absolutely no mistake on stop the crime dot net. We've had a tab there for a very long time called kiss your gas goodbye and we we're reading this in the climate action plans many years ago but I want to get back to more breaking news <hes> and this is going to be a nationwide so as you hear me talk about specific location here in California Nja. I don't want you to think that California is the pilot program for all of this that that <hes> California is being specifically targeted no everywhere worldwide is being targeted it but I'm going to tell you a specific event that happened here that you need to be watchful of in your towns too and that event is this <hes> last week we received a a call <hes> from southern California Edison in southern California under the umbrella of Edison International again another rothschild run utility and <hes> that call <hes> warned people that between this was for <hes> Friday <hes> and this was for Friday only it was an advisory warning about reducing your energy consumption so <hes> Friday would have been the twelfth July the twelfth two thousand in nineteen. We were given a call and many people in fact the eighty thousand customers of southern California Edison should have been given this advisory advisory <hes> that read as follows in this was <hes> again <hes> broadcast everyone it said <hes> that <hes> they're going to have <hes> <hes> peak energy pricing right now. My computer is not pulling up but here we go <hes> here's what the call said. Southern California Edison has scheduled a critical peak pricing event for Friday July the Twelfth Two Thousand Nineteen. And from four P._M.. To Nine P._M.. Please reduce your electric consumption. During this peak.

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"craig smith" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"craig smith" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"PregamEcom register it's free go to buy picks by the bracket, and there's gonna be a little twenty five dollar discount sittin that first time by or so now, you're only spending ten freakin dollars. Think about that a second that collective I q you're spending. Ten dollars. Or if you bought something before, which we really appreciate we're gonna give you a coupon to save ten bucks. An acupuncture is bracket ten all one word all caps, the one zero at the end bracket ten so you throw in your car, and you get it for just twenty five bucks. The pod went forty five minutes. The Bragg Brad. I'm very happy with his brag. I was one of the most fun podcast. I've ever had I loved it. It was unique inside stuff that people aren't doing out. And literally like we said it's a record-breaking for sales day. So this is one to check out. Okay. Next game. Washington. Utah state Utah state up to three. Ken thomson. I'm gonna take Utah state Craig Smith a good good, bud. And I've been following this team. I've been following his coaching. He's done an outstanding job. Now. This is first year there, Utah state and to go into Logan and get the crowd back to a frenzied atmosphere up there in Utah to the way, it was would stew more was there for so many years that was hard to do in for him to do it in his first year you had four guys coming back marrow's, the main guy can shoot a real well, but Miller's pretty good shooter. You got a big guy Keita that's a lot taller than six ten or whatever. He's lissi looks like he's seven two. I think they're going to be able to hang in there. Washington doesn't shoot a real well Hopkins. They'll have them focus. They got dismantled in the Pac twelve final here in Vegas against Oregon. But organ needed that game Washington didn't need it didn't matter. They were going to be basically the only team from the Pac twelve and less ASU got in which as you ends up getting into a play in game. But Oregon was one of those bid Steelers, I think it'll be a good solid game for wild. But I love the energy that Utah state plays with and you saw it here when? They won. I first mountain west conference title is team solid is a good good solidly coach team. And again, my respect for Craig Smith and what he's done in his first year. And I think he takes out Washington. I just don't think Washington has the shooter's to beat Utah state into match their energy. You know, a can remind me of. Gentleman. Our guest is the most valuable player of the National Basketball Association six times from the Los Angeles Lakers. The all time scoring champion of the NBA Kareem Abdul-Jabbar coming off a game. That was second to none in his sprinting career that'd be proud to. If it was a great effort. But a no I had a lot of help into which is led to be here about Fletch. Well, what can I say about fled? She's been fantastic. He boxes out for us gets tough rebounds, this tough things we need to win. It's great working with. I don't know where we'd be without. Let's take a look into play is actually six five with the afro six nine pretty good. Davis is behind by one point at this stage. Fletch comes in puts the ball through the nights. What a great play. And he puts it up in the Lakers have the lead. You like Utah state to I do like, Utah state Washington. This team stakes RJ there over valued thirteen and three in close games. I defined games decided by eight points or less. So think about this Washington. Yeah. They're in the field. But they shouldn't be if those games had just broken out closer to fifty fifty like, they should Washington would be heading to the NIT and also Utah state has a key rebounding. Matchup edge, Utah state the third best rebounding team in the entire field Washington. The worst defensive rebound rate of any team in the field. Utah state picks up some garbage points of miss shots, getting rebounds, Utah state. All right Gaba. Like, wow, Brad. I'm not going to push the bind. But I lean on the other side. Yeah..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Yes. Jeff's awesome. That's a that is a lovely human being. But let me know if you're to gel Challah doesn't well let me know undercut your how dare you. Jobs. I jokes. You should be in it. I mean, you can play your fam- like you have that accent down because that is your family, then we'll we'll kind of Nexans very we speed like dis where denied Judy news video rough and yeah, so there's like a clear, and I appreciate that. Then it isn't just generic Nigeria. It isn't Will Smith and concussion. Oh, yeah. Shots fire. You know? We'll Smith come at me. I'll jump into the canyon to he's busy on Instagram. Right. Oh, that'd be rich. Exactly. He's literally going what if he say about? And then you have another sonic game. That's dropping twenty nineteen. We do we thought it was coming out earlier. And that's okay. Skier over fourteen. The official names on the team racing. Teams on a grazing. Thank you. Thank you cheese once again at Roger Craig Smith. But yeah, so we got another game coming out, and I'm not in it. But they've got the big sonic, the hedgehog CG movie that's coming out. And I think that comes out. Yeah. I can remember that summer. I think they're they're shooting for thing. It's November eighth twenty nine. Jim Carey will be playing crazy, man. I'm very I want to see his I wanna see that new show that he has on show. It looks writers Cody Heller it looks real dead. It was bizarre to even think that we're talking about CG alive action CG, sonic, the hedgehog film coming out like for a massive audience to think this many years later that the character is still. Connick? It is we gotta close. There's so many things that could talk about. I was gonna say you also were in the lympics right out sign versus the Olympic Games. Like this on a character. I didn't do anything. I don't think there was any voice associated with that on your is it really. Yeah. Oh, are you thinking about the go to the Olympic Games kind of thing? Like there there. There's. They might have been feel like he was one of them. Everywhere. I was gonna say because Goku Mario has been an Olympic mascot and Doku has also been Olympic mascot. And I think that they had I was looking on your IMDB, and it looks. Okay. I don't know if you got paid for it, Roger probably. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Probably not. Listed. Like a Macy's Thanksgiving Day balloon stuff like that. Right. Right. Right. And it's weird to think that like, you know, and it's really funny because I always say in my job that like when somebody if you get on an airplane. Somebody asks you what you do rarely do even say voice actor. Right. And you're only as legitimate and good is anything they've ever heard of. Ever heard of you be shocked because it depends on the person, man. Old ladies, I'll say, sonic, the hedgehog, and I go. Oh, yeah. Blue fowler. Yeah. And then it's like, my mom, and then it always falls out with this. He talks. So funny that is funny just about that commerce. I remember when I got hard for at midnight. I was so hyped to go on an Uber and be like just because you know, you'll be like, I'm a comedian. Yeah. So I was like, yeah. I write for at midnight on comedy central. And he was like what show is that?.

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"craig smith" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Everybody. It is me if you yet again pop it off ticket to another episode of narrative sent pants sitting across from me as always is Roger Craig Smith. Does. And we are joined up top by a man of a million voices. I think I can say a million voices a thousand boy, I bet you don't even know the actual count of all your voices. But we specifically brought him on today because we are covering sonic, the hedgehog who he is and has been for many years. It is Roger Craig Smith. Oh, do you actually know the number of people that you voice? It. Somebody pointed out like a long time ago. One credit on on the show regular show on Cartoon Network that the I think it was behind the voice behind the voice actors website. They they had it listed that. I had done one hundred seventy at characters on that show, which sounds impressive. But it's it's like eventually like taco vendor number four and like school bus guy, and you know, like random, you know, like mall patron, they all kind of stays like dude what the same thing. But it was kind of funny when well that's kind of crazy that was like that's gonna go on my bio it's like in one production line. But I have no idea. I have not yet. Did you focus on the regular show? I didn't I was a resort Fronton. Jobbers Thomas the intern. Oh, man. What's the now? I was going to say south desire, but is upheld. As are what was the alma others. There were so many. Yeah. Seven. Out of their eight seasons. I was in seven before they went to space guys survived. But so yeah, it was Thomas and like, oh, but just a whole Messa characters and so much fun. Yeah. Garrett Garrett Bobby Ferguson giant beard face junior. Yes. It was a blast. I love that show. So this is just a just nerdy. Almost insider baseball question. But when you started where you always Roger Craig Smith or where you Roger Smith and sag was like, we we got them knowing that was Roger Smith before sag because I went to go register my name when I was doing standup I want to go register my my website. And I was like I'll just go with Roger Smith dot com. That's a hotel. A hotel in New York City called the Roger Smith hotel sounds like regal. Gosh, I guess it is like a really nice place. I have to go stay there as McGill Cem choking in. But that was taken. And and then eventually when what ended up happening is I was going to go with like Roger C Smith..

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"craig smith" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"craig smith" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Who was evolved what were the circumstances around it the as amy laid out in the in the bp case you know a bunch of little things kind of lead up to this grand disaster and where the responsibility truly lie should there actually be a person there should be a personal responsibility but should there be a moral responsibilities well while that's exactly at and the and the legal proceedings that you have with vw on with these other cases shows you why practically this philosophical issue matters so the question is do we is it okay to just say let's have a big judgment against vw as a company make them pay a huge penalty and that is that enough or as individual is what i call in the book individualist saw ethical fears would say no that that's completely not okay because you are essentially then this is the reverse of what i'm aiming his indicating your sensory leading all these people who really did the bad acts off the hook ray and sort pretending that by punishing a big or a auto company were getting that another good example of this on this as mentioned by craig smith introduction as the financial on the financial crisis area and what happened after that so what happened after that is very few if any actual human beings were convicted of crimes or punished for various allegations of out of financial fraud but you had very big large penalties paid by banks and other financial institutions that admitted to crimes and admitted to wrongs and paid huge amounts of damages the question is does that really help anything if you does that really helped to deter moral bad behaviour if you're just putting it on the shareholders of the banks and the and and you're letting the bank as an entity take the hit and not actually going to individuals and what just one footnote on that there has been actual policy change on that sally yates has become famous for other thing yet on more since then uh has a influential memo that change policy within the department of justice and said we are not as a matter of policy going to do that anymore we're only going to we're not going to pursue just the corporation or settle cases just with the corporation we must have individuals who are on the hook.

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