17 Burst results for "Division B Tech"

"division b tech" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

04:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"division b tech" Discussed on The Bugle

"We need your simple wisdom's on the show and for possibly the first in your life you in the former conservative cabinet minister. David davis agree. Eight described the clients as an illiberal solution in shoot of a non existent. Problem is nice to hear a politician speaking truth for once. Well i mean the the queen also got in trouble for spouting the government's plans on social care around the absence of social care and there's nothing more beautiful than watching a woman in her nineties. Sell literally her age mates down the river. Yes she's sick of signing telegrams to people fair enough she doesn't want anyone to survive a boris johnson. The promise that he would do the social care crisis when he became prime minister. Twenty nineteen and it turns out not all of boris jones. Promises can be completely relied upon a management of a full nine words social cat in the queen's speech which had proposals on social care reform will be brought forward. Not nine it. Brevity is the soul of weight. It is also the soul of a government policy that hasn't been properly thought through custard or indeed Written a toll. And i think it showed. How incredibly good. The queen is a job that she managed to say. Those words without such is twitching an eyebrow or saying. I both as a page here. You've missed out a bit. Beause passive noise inspire confidence. Don't they pass the sound stuff. That's in hand. The daily mail even was not impressed and they took some time out from their latest scoops including famous woman walked my walls wearing something to accuse johnson of a breaking his promises to the electorate and john replied but they like that. Look at the election results. So this just by. This is not a problem. It's not so much a sledgehammer to crack not as a sledgehammer to whack a grain of salt on the pub table. Next to where you just eating a bowl of pistachios which obviously didn't cracking in the first place whilst alien bat creatures which are impervious to all weapons of and sledgehammers a drinking all the based straight out of the barrels and shitting on the pool table and finally This week as a quick joke view. How many cybercriminals gangs does it take to take a major pipeline offline and caused massive disruption across the entire usa to want to take the five and a half thousand mile long pipeline. Offline spot panic buying of petrol several states to declare an emergency chute fuel. Prices to a record roy Get a five million dollar ransom. And then attack european division of tech giant sheba and the other to think all which we not. It seems lovingly easy inside. We'll just carry on hacking into the weathering solar democracy but don't ch- alice This story this isn't the that's the pipeline has been covering a five and a half thousand miles of american muslim potent pipelines. In the us. I was taken offline by hackers his indeed criminals and fourteen year. Old hackers around the world is said to be turning their attention from cryptocurrency. Is the big get rich quick scheme slash scam sane and hoping to turn the hands to hacking like it's the nineties again this is the untold story of mad max colonial pipeline. Which is this very long pipeline. Suffered this what. They call a ransom whisk cyberattack which is where they attack you cyber and ask for them is sort of petits particularly being taken personally by the us because they immediately paid the ransom wild president joe biden was signing a new cybercrime executive order before colonial. Just admitted that they didn't trust the president and they didn't trust american cyber defense capabilities that they were willing to pay literally any ransom so You know people may be encouraged to continue to do this kind of thing in the future which is pretty depressing. Hackers afterwards made an announcement on their website which was quite sweet. They said they didn't mean to cause any problems. They just wanted money. Which is the most american approach to morality. I could possibly touching. Isn't it when you wanna thought they might have thought through the implications of taking a pipe pipeline offline than they would kohl's it would there would be implications of it and the the group's dockside modern day robin hood stealing from the rich and giving to themselves and it's our goal is to make money and not create problems for society those those are not mutually exclusive activities of on capitalism. Andy cole's problems for society. Does they had either or choice. Just want to make a dishonest living less. Let them.

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"division b tech" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"division b tech" Discussed on WTOP

"45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Here's Jay Brooks, Mike 24 golfers so far on the links at the 85th Masters is the final round is upon US Japan today Key Matsuyama trying to become the first men's champion as the lead he's at 11 under good for a four shot lead over for others, including Xander Softly, who will be in the final group with him at 2 40 this after Nazi after one of their first game of the season, dropped four straight after a 95 loss. The Dodgers yesterday they'll try to avoid the broom today. Four 11th pitch in the serious finale. Is Max Yours or will face Clayton Kershaw. Those trying to avoid that broom as well as they lost yesterday to the Red Sox and 10 inning. 6 to 4 today wraps up the Syriza yards of one of five first pitch. Jorge Lopez throws for the owes. Where's saw their two game win streak. And in Phoenix last night, 1 34 1 Oh six. Game five of the six game road trip has the Wizards and Utah tomorrow they'll tip in nine o'clock caps on the Brewers tonight, seven o'clock face. Off Washington and first place in the Division B Tech vanish as eggs The in goal tonight and in NASCAR last night, the Blue Eve, you maximum pain relief 500. I knew you had it on your calendar. Mike started from Martinsville Speedway. But today at four the remainder of the race, which was postponed due to rain, now a night race, not race tonight during the final round of the Masters. All's I got to say is good luck with those ratings. NASCAR Jay Brooks. W T o P Sports That's gonna be a tough one. Thanks J just ahead on w t o P. What we know and don't know about why some people suffer with covert 19 symptoms much longer than others. That story just ahead. 12 17, For the ones.

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"division b tech" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

10:59 min | 5 months ago

"division b tech" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"To health care. Yeah, it Zapata tion it. First of all, hope you had a great weekend. My thanks to I d Amanda's for filling in on Friday. I appreciate it very much, um Today. If you don't know is Martin Luther King Day. You know, as I look around We get more troops at the capital than we have in Afghanistan. Fully armed, fenced off Inauguration area with razor wire. We've got thousands upon thousands of people from Central America making their way to the United States because Biden evidently gave them the impression Oh, yeah, come on in the water's fine. They're not even waiting for the inauguration. You know, this is a caravan, the mother of all caravans of illegal aliens and Central America. They're on their way here. Biden's response. All right now is not a very good time, but I guess if you're already on the road, one of President Trump's major accomplishments For all of those that were listening that voted for Biden, one of his major accomplishments was to stop the flow of legal immigrants into this country. He Biltmore sections of wall beefed up the border Patrol required those that were looking for asylum. That's fine. But we're not gonna let you in. And let you disappear into the country. You have to remain in Mexico until your case is heard. He even extended the state of emergency at the border to make it easier for officials to enforce immigration law. Imagine that Well, Biden is pledged to reverse all of those policies. So, G Wiz, I wonder where all those people in sin Central America got the idea that now's the time to come. Uh, they even bust this caravan even busted through a Guatemalan police attempts. I don't know if you've seen any of those videos. Pretty intense. Um Biden official says Well, these illegal aliens need to know they won't be able to get into the country immediately. But Biden's been pretty clear on this. He wants to undo President Trump's efforts to secure the border period, with the economy still weak and many out of work. They're coronavirus. Do we really need thousands upon thousands upon thousands of illegals coming into this this country from the southern border? We don't know if they're sick. What disease they have who they are, and you know The usual suspects. The free to be you and me. Hug a tree hair on fire. Nickel, dri ving bragging, mouth breathing liberals. They all say the same thing. Well, wait a minute. No human being is a legal And they're just coming here to work. What? Hang on. We've got thousands upon thousands of Americans that have been locked down for I don't know how long and they'd like to go back to work, too. You've got a lot of people don't have any jobs to go back to. So they're looking for work. Those scarce, if not non existent jobs that these thousands upon thousands of illegals air coming to yet. I'm sorry if you're looking for a national leader. Let me say Let me let me just play President for a second. All right. Okay, boys. Nice desk here in the Oval Office. I like Yeah. Somebody want to give me a couple Got you all right there. I'm the national leader. We politicized and weaponized the covered 19 pandemic for political reasons, But it is real thing. We've got people that are still locked down. We have other people whose businesses will never reopen. Um, we're trying to get vaccines out to people, and by all accounts, we don't have enough to go around. S so Let's say we don't have enough vaccine to go around. Um tens of thousands of Americans still lot of work to the degree that we're trying to figure out how much to send them in the mail as a a free check from the government, which is really their money anyway. Does it make sense? Add to that. Maybe 10,004 people that we don't have vaccine for. We don't have jobs for I don't know. I'm the president of the United States. I think it's somewhat incumbent upon me to take care of the people that are living in this country legally first. First And then if we want to be, you know the bleeding hearts that most liberals are. Then we'll figure out a way you take care of everybody else. But I would think if I'm the president, I should probably take care of those people that have been out of work for up to a year. Now, those people that are looking for other jobs any job Because where they used to work and shut down. It's not going to reopen getting the vaccine out to his many legal people as I can living in this country. Maybe I shouldn't be rolling back everything that Trump did in his term. Maybe that's the maybe that's not the best thing for the American people. Now, as I look around this Martin Luther King Day you have to wonder what Martin Luther King would think. I mean, you got be a limb in the end teeth of thugs and the random anarchists. You've got thousands of armed national guard behind razor wire in the nation's capital. Uh, Well, I mean, You know I would be. I was very, very young. So I don't recall. Um, the civil rights movement in the marches and everything that went along with that, But you have to think Looking around listening, You know, it may be a cleaner kind of division high tech division. But if I were to ask you Is this country? Is America more divided now than it was at the height of the civil rights movement? You'd be hard pressed to say, Oh, no, no, no, It's like better. Is it really Is it? Have you seen the videos of the caravan on its way up? Because you elected some knucklehead That said, I'm gonna reverse all those those immigration policies, Yaar. All right, pack a bag. We're headed to America. I mean, You have to think to yourself. What have we done? Biden came on television today, not one more foot of wall will be built. I don't know if that's the smartest rhetoric when you've got, you know, 10,000 legal Senate here and more behind them, and a majority of Americans are trying to make ends meet because you've had him locked down because of a pandemic. That you don't have enough vaccine to go around for the people that live here to begin with. I mean, You know who came up with this? You came. It doesn't make any sense. None. No, the Biden saying. Well, you know now is not a really good time. Well, then shut your mouth. You know you're talking about people that are living Under The definition of poverty and Central America. They're looking for work, just like Americans. I'm sorry. Who should come first, if you're the president of the United States. Shouldn't be those people that have been here and worked here at the air legally here, or should it be? You know, 10,000 new possible Democrat voters. I mean, this is Uh, Biden says he's going to confront immigration on day one. Well, okay. Uh, you might want to start throwing out some Some information right now because you got 10,000 immigrants fighting with the Central American police. I mean, it looks like riots I've never seen before. All right. We're in for her in for a mess. All of you that voted for Biden. Thank you very much. Aziz. You signal the into America as we once knew it. I don't know if if if Republican leadership not talking about you, I'm not a Republican. But I am a conservative through and through. I don't know if there are enough people within the GOP to stand up and fight and I'm saying that figuratively. S o that we turn all this around in 2002 years, actually, um, during the midterms. I don't know if that that's possible or not. 1 802 88 w b A p 1 802 889227 men You don't have to be much more mature than a five year old to realize. When you say something It becomes an alarm to people that want to be here. If you're the president, don't you think you ought to take care of Americans first? Wreck. That's just racist, is it? We lock people down for a year. They haven't worked there looking for jobs. Oh, and you're gonna add 10,000 more people to that mix, but I mean, forget the pandemic in the vaccines. 1 802 a day W b A p 1 800 to 88. 2 to 7 Man. We truly are our own worst enemy. I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20. W B. A P Vaccines are here. Initial phases. What we're calling a controlled pilot medical personnel doctors, nurses, frontline workers were recommending that everyone take the vaccine will keep you up to date and inform. Use talking. 20. W b A P W b a p dot com. Hi, it's Rick Roberts going to get to your calls in just a second. Maybe maybe I'm I'm looking at this the wrong way. It's just women. Are you America's President.

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"division b tech" Discussed on Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast

Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast

07:32 min | 8 months ago

"division b tech" Discussed on Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast

"What is happening right now how can you put in a match like this? There's nobody else has to be breaker. That's why there's nobody else like she squashed. Who Did she fight that king gun was then carried. King. Who quite good to be? A just frustrating you have to, you have to help them grow by telling them the truth, and if somebody is trash, they need to know it's trash of is they're not gonNA stop doing it and that's mistakes. The fans who've been so desperate for new tentative and I get it. We're all desperate for only tentative we want. Some Monday night wars we won the battle I want to see a WWL I. Want them to make wwe raised their game. But if we keep lying to aws about what's good and bad, they won't get better and they'll just go like everybody else. You know like only other companies have tried it before because no one tells the truth. So. Awa Fads keep your passion is great but stop lying. please. The ranch ova cut a bit snooze. Read today well, yesterday. MARKLE'S K. them we'll get we'll get. We'll get. We'll get. Me Yet MONCEY SKIRL been removed from the ring of honor roster page. They don't have a row for him anymore entering of Oughta he's no longer involved with creative and there are no plans to use him. However, it was stressed by them that they have he hasn't been fired. Are they just I'm guessing. Doing the speaking thing are they do you think multi skirl is? GonNa ride it out until his contract is over now. And he's going to go to aws. There's a way back firm because like we said that the incident was consensual. I mean she was. Very modern situation because what he did technically, not wrong it's wrong in America. Yet. But over there, there's a different age of consent. Sixteen is him. Sixteen is legal. Yeah. So like him. What he did that To us it is Yeah. You guys. It's a big deal to us. But you know it's not illegal. You know it's like third. That's a big wig she sixteen, but it isn't illegal because it sixteen. If. You're okay with it. Then it's fine sixty. What's we had here right. So sixteen, you can. You can get house and Mary go friend, but you can't drink your wedding. Okay but yeah, it's not illegal Do you think he's just gonNA ride out and hope it dies down or defend himself he's GONNA, write it out, and then he's going to go to W.. Cause the whole reason. Why said we're GONNA was because they gave him a position where you can book. Show yeah. He was created now that they took that away from him. He's GonNa ride it out. And, go join his friends and W. because. I. Like mice grow as a wrestler. I've always been I. Love Him. Yeah. I've always been a fan of. That'd be good for Awa other news. Kylie. Ray. Just showed and there's not really. Very. There isn't. It's very, very, very worrisome and very scary 'cause nobody's from her what still. Still She's saying that. They're fearing that it might have been either an attempt. Or that she did them. Sure. People try to contact her nobody's really got to hear former. She I know she left eighty w because she had water issues going on mentally and its. Earnings. Very. Scared Situation I. Think they said she's alive and Housi- back because they. Injury. Kantor. Conscious. because. She just disappeared and the reason apparent need. They didn't make up anything on the night of the bound for glory or make up a story line because they were worried that if something could happen to look at so there must have been concerned arc. But we wish Kylie Ri- well, because she just no showed. And they didn't want to make anything up they said. Because it would look bad in case somebody. I I can't say. To like, it's very scary and everything, but at the same time. Young champion. Yeah. Move Forward. Impact has. Best. So I. His it said the annex t women's division is the best and then TNA, right up there. Would you agree with that? I agree with that. Yeah, I t and I are very close. Very, very close. I think the Women's Division Cavities Tech Company at the minute my opinion. We wish her well. Whatever turns out, it'd be nice to his news because it hasn't really been anything. Dave Meltzer. Just said, she didn't give an explanation for absence. Or said that she wouldn't be there. She just disappeared she didn't. National Friday at. that. Got Step Faisal. Guy. said that. There were talks of it might have been an attempt or. A very serious situation that. Nobody's really saying. Well we wish whatever? Now. Some good news, my favorite part show. The Mansi match. Jokes on you. View jail. Well, you got right. Byun like, yes, it was a short match with the best of rice leading. But the man. He sat the holding up. So right this. Recap the storting under prime time where why they tied up the boss managers started shocking on with the shock stick yeah. And then from there, our they, they doused him in water on superstars in shock them. Yeah they did. This lead you. This let. The modum reviewing where the loser. To a New York jail for the night. The. Marry white before the batch stars. He's like doing backstage and he's like you stupid local hit cops I hope you know what you're doing a like me because I've mountie. You should be doing, take it rough ticket hard beat the CRAP OUT OF A. Don't just don't let them get away. Nicely. Course loses the match because it's You know to cover up. To something like even.

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"division b tech" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"division b tech" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is I'm I'm actually carries on talking about Taiwan as well on Taiwan's case so why would an official with the W. H. O. appear to hang up on a reporter the short answer is global politics practically speaking Taiwan functions as an independent democratic country it also gets lots of US military aid but China considers the island to be a rogue province and an internal part of China full stop I'm just in shock I'm the head of the political division at tech pro which is Taiwan's representative office here in the United States if Vincent Chow came from a different part of the world his title would be ambassador but because the US has had a one China policy going back to the nineteen seventies Chow is not recognized as such in Washington since the nineteen nineties Taiwan has made a transition to a free and open democracy and were seen as one of Asia's freest economies we top rankings for human rights and press freedoms we have a robust party system so there has been a change but this hasn't been reflected in our international status and this is why we continue to have a representative office here instead of an embassy and for the same reason the W. H. O. does not recognize Taiwan because it would jeopardize the world body's relationship with China but that also means that the W. H. O. cannot benefit from lessons learned in Taiwan since the code nineteen I'll break it shows Bruce Aylward and says he wasn't surprised as a Taiwanese citizen these things happen on a daily basis and as a you know diplomats serving my country abroad these things happen on a hourly basis I mean even at John Hopkins phone of ours tracking map for example briefly changed Taiwan to Taipei in the environs Taipei and environs that's right that is the usage that the W. H. O. uses despite not having a seat at the WHO's table Taiwan has signed agreements with other countries seeking help in battling the corona virus including the U. S. the government in Taipei also just announced it's donating two million surgical masks to this country for the world I'm Kyle bass this week people all over the world are celebrating Passover and Easter later this month Ramadan begins it's got us thinking about faith in the time of code nineteen so this Friday the world will take the hour to look at that and we want to hear from you how has your ability to worship then affected by the pandemic send us a voice memo.

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"division b tech" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"division b tech" Discussed on KOMO

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"division b tech" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"When you hear federal reserve you think of interest rates and economic indicators but what does the fed have to do with amazon federal reserve examiners paid a visit to an amazon facility this past spring and wall street journal reporter liz hoffman is here to tell us what they were looking for so liz. This is pretty unusual right the fed sniffing around and amazon facility very <hes> one of the fed's jobs in addition to set interest rates is keeping an eye on and the banks. It's their job to make sure that the banks are safe and sound and healthy and that is obviously very important one thing they've been getting more interested in over the last year or so is is all of these really big technology companies that are vendors to banks and they're doing more and more of a kind of behind the scenes under the hood you know bits and boots and in and digitisation that makes banking today and so the fed has been getting very curious about that in his amazon grownups web services businesses become very tightly linked to banking amazon one is the biggest provider of cloud computing which is basically on demand data and storage and analytics that banks us banks used to run some of them still do but they had these huge data centers that they were running themselves and upgrading the servers and downloading the software and a lot of them have said that's not what we do well. It's not our core competency. Let's outsource it to a tech company amazon microsoft google that do this for a living and they handle things like credit card payments and all all credit card payments trading order flow you know when you want to log in and they have to send you a one time password odds are that probably comes from an application on the cloud that just wish send that that out it seems that amazon knows it size and influence in the banking industry. It's lobbied against more regulation but probably was not a big fan of investigators coming around that jumped out. Let me in your description of how amazon employs reacted when the fed showed up so the legal authority here of the fed to officially regulate examine demand things of love accompaniment isn't a bank is a little bit unclear amazon from our reporting is not against the idea did not tell them to get lost but had some questions about out. What exactly do you wanna see. Where would you store the data. We gave you who would have access to it. The kinds of questions that frankly you would expect from a pretty tex taxonomy company. The fed is not used to being asked those questions when the fed tells the companies that regulates that it wants something on their desk by the time they get back to the office and they were allowed to look look at things but not taking anything with them right now. The examiners who visited amazon in april also coincidentally they regulate capital one but there's no evidence so far the investigators were we're aware of the capital one hack that was brewing. That's right our reporting shows that the fed was not aware until shortly before the charges were made public this week. Yeah these were these will regulators from the federal reserve's ranch bank in richmond which is the primary overseer for capital one which is also based in virginia and they were visiting an amazon web services. <hes> has a very big office in suburban d._c. Seems like we should not mistake this visit by the feds to amazon is being just a one off off visit amazon and other companies working so closely with the banks are going to draw more and more attention yeah and that point was made explicit to amazon that this is the first of what's likely glad to be an ongoing oversight process now again the fed kind of needs to think through what can they really demand amazon needs to think through we'll. How a cooperative do we want to be and they'll all sort that out but you know my understanding our reporting showed that this was sort of a baseline examination. They want to understand the business better. Are they want to know what they should be looking for and monitoring going forward and that most of the questions were about things like resiliency and backup and contingency planning you raise a good point in the story we wrote with dana mattioli and ryan tracy that is it's a brave new world out there in the big tech is now a major player in the banking sector whether they want to be or not. They certainly want to be because they like the money that banks pay them. I think they went headlong into this business without really thinking through what that meant in terms of oversight you will not find more heavily regulated company in the world that a big bank in america right now and rightly so they're hugely important and they have like a not great track record in the last ten years or so of keeping their house in order and so they're so heavily regulated now think of all the vendors that they use. I mean from a._w._s. Where they rent huge amounts of of server space but like all the way down to the people who provide the the plastic for their credit cards they have you know janitorial services they have all these outsource <hes> relationships services and all those people on some level have some key to the some part of the bank and that you know the fed would would argue and i think the right right in jackson risks that didn't used to be there fifty years ago and the regulation on the part of the government overseeing companies that provide a backbone to the banking industry that regulation seems seems to be in its infancy and it's going to change shape and grow as the government figures out exactly how it's going to kind of keep that industry in its in its field division asian tech has been very lightly regulated right. They came up as the fun apps that let you send photos to each other and it didn't seem like they you know need had to be that closely watched by washington but you know they've expanded in ever further and further into things that are watched by washington and so the the question is where the vs things the things that we whether it's banks or any trust. There's been a lot of antitrust investigations that are starting to be launched like these things got really big and really important really fast and with that size and clout and ubiquity comes all vis responsibility and how do we how do we think about that so you know at the fed to the list but you know the the department of justice federal trade commission you know it's a long list of regulars that want a piece of silicon valley in the adult pool now yeah and you know what they make a lot of money the and they they <hes> have a lot of customers. That's you should expect the glare of the spotlight when you've got that big all right that's wall street journal reporter liz hoffman here in our studio liz. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for having me and that's your money briefing. Im j._r. Whalen in new york for the wall street journal..

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"division b tech" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Kota bushy winning the g one even though i don't think he will just because you know the chargers and they'll look spectacular and and and you know will will have forty eight twenty four games and and and they'll look spectacular throughout most of the the preceding the regular season they'll overcome odds all that sort of a a sort of stuff and still at the end of the day there'll be the chargers and they'll somehow come up short you know melvin gordon will be perfectly healthy but but fumble or there'll be a bad pick or something like that something some sort of nonsense of craziness is going to happen and they will somehow let it slip through their fingers so i will say kota bucci in the g one back to the phones jason in fort lauderdale jason what's up oh jason drop my fault net in pawtucket now what's going on where pocket talk i should say you're not looking out call what happened here don what happened where were you just not making fun of the during the break and brian in the phones were you not making fun of are fearless leader brian alvarez the guy who always is there type you up the talk you up making fun of his trouble but he has habits callers and has had trouble with his phone system in that dismissing a phone screener such as yourself wanting to run people like you out of jobs and this is what happens we should be shamed dammit dom will try this again one eight hundred eight seven they play whenever eight seven eight seven five to not a come back toronto did you see she hero a national moto against sorry from june probably one of the best ones not just the beer no want to desperately badly sorry is awesome these true stars under twenty five now she is twenty two whatever it is a little bit older but i mean in wrestling years you know she still very very young incredible amateur trained by a maker set of bora she's absolutely absolutely fantastic in and again you know doesn't fit the mold of baby idle from stardom in three dozen either although i guess you she's she did they would fall into the cute scale but they don't russell look like that and they they don't know they they just they they play a different part in in women's wrestling a then then some of the the women stardom do and i think they're both outstanding in day russell sendai so it's not gonna be is out there and you have to do a little bit searching for it but that doesn't match i'm still looking forward to seeing in fact i will see it i were gonna be offer independence day i will guarantee you i will watch that match a before we do the next show mr levels street profits were terrible i did not enjoy their promos at all i disagree i don't find the terrible there promos worry over the top of noxious kind of part of the the part that they play so i thought it was pretty good i mean paul heyman definitely did the right thing there you know being involved in it and putting them over helped put them over i thought that was i thought that was good well that's why the street prophets terrible which is a two of noxious too over the top or what is their presence very welcome because they need tag teams that's for damn sure boy do they need tag teams on both sides of leisure men in women's obviously if you're gonna have tag titles have tag teams it's kind of ridiculous though we're at the point where we have raw smackdown in an xt tag team champions that in theory could all just show up and appear one day on each other show because of the wild card or whatever it is they seem to have dropped that but again people could just show up wherever the hell they want it's like becoming like the crockett eighties where it's like you got the n w april tag team champions are gonna be there andy anderson's of the national tag team champions and black bart and ron basser the mid atlantic tag team champions and why who make daniel and mark young bogan the florida usa deeply good lord you don't have enough teams were that if it was the rocket eighties and you did have enough teams and maybe you could pull off having the world usa tag team championships in theory that's what it's supposed to be with ron smackdown but you don't so get rid of get rid of one album although you know i don't know how often the street profits going to be on raw or smackdown roughly three going to i would assume they're gonna lose the titles if not i think that's a real issue would be the second time in a row the fact that you would have a the tag team champions lay down their belts if that's what they decide to do and keep them on the main roster which i assume that they will but that's what the war raiders did last time around before they became de viking experience or the viking raiders so i i think it's gonna happen with the street prophets here but they look like they're going to be up on the main roster and is it just happens to you know it'd be interesting to keep an eye on that next day and see how they recycle their division their tech team division or anywhere you you know anybody else do i mean they've done a good job leo a great example being like the women's division over the last couple of years where all the losses they've had but you know sheena basler and he'll try being you know very good constance there you'll try a feud with candace i guess coming up here is going to be interesting and i gotta have to get a binge on annex t again benjamin annex t u k to i guess i gotta see eight kid get to that story here scroll down to a battle loss angeles got to people announce for jonathan gresham ring of honor an eight kid who's been working for white wolf wrestling in spain debut in july of two thousand and in twelve russell a lot over in europe plays like defined ross perot at a metro will all spray from april of last year that got widespread critical acclaim including a five star rating dave meltzer allen frail hype this matchup trouble lot lotta people did the breakout performance so he is going to be a d a the pw ge battle of los angeles which is going to be coming up september nineteenth twentieth and twenty second so there'll be taking place in september twenty four entrance involved there winner receives a shot at the gw g championship extreme rules as i mentioned earlier on eleven days away six match is announced cruiserweight champion drew goule lack coming back to philly against tony niece smackdown tag team championship daniel bryan rowing against began xavier an heavy machinery because what i did not mention although it should have been pretty obvious when they said the kevin owens latest stunner onto dumped ziglar that heavy machinery won that match after dolph ziglar and accidentally super kicked kevin owens led to be compactor andy pinned by otis over a win by oldest they're over a kevin owens so he got see ti a triple threat tag team championship a a match a smackdown women's title balian alexa bliss again it is extreme role so i'm sure that they're going to add some sort of stipulation that i don't think it's going to be a freeway at this point now when nicky cross her getting involved wouldn't be a shock at all coping samoa joe surely who's gonna have some sort of stipulation as well to seth rollins becky lynch conspiracy corban in lacey evans winners winners take all anna for us undertaker roman reigns shaming manda drew mcintyre shane announced last night was no holds barred will be back but attention business owners are you struggling while waiting for.

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"division b tech" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And thousands of people remain in the streets. The tear-gas continues to fly Stephanie role will no doubt be talking about this on MSNBC today with all evil. She later in the day. Stephanie, what do you make of the Hong Kong insurrection, if we can call it that my goodness? I don't even know what we call it concerning disconcerting. Well, it's something we have to keep an eye on at our I on, but it is a stark reminder of how lucky we are to be born in the United States. What part of this democracy? Right. Was regular days. We are like, oh, and that's in our allies. We're all the same. Today's reminder, no or not. I, I was in Hong Kong a month ago my first visit ever Amazon, est by the order, and complexity of the citadel city, the magnitude of it, that, just the overwhelming, it's like five Manhattan's. But if it gets out of control, I think the Chinese worry a great deal about a virus spreading to the mainland. Do you concur? I do. But I don't know how, how do I say this in an appropriate way. I do think they have that concern. But. We always have to remember the kind of country and the kind of government that they have, and the power that they wield over there people. So as concerning and big as this seems China's ability to clamp down on it is greater than our government's ability one hundred percent agree yesterday in Arizona and Scottsdale at the code conference. A number of big Tex biggest names, downplayed, the idea that there are issues with the size and concentration of social media. Andy jazzy of Amazon, web services, the new CEO of YouTube Susan was sticky. What, what do you make of whether or not they're living in reality, or if they're ignoring the, the approach of the government regulators heater? Absolutely not living in reality. They can't have it. Both ways to be these delight. Hey, we're see tech kids, these startups trying to create a community out here, you know, just code, and in, in a college library, screw that, Hugh. He's in the most powerful companies on. On the planet. Right. In terms of how we communicate how information gets shared, and I mean, for Susan Jiechi to respond to the why didn't they take down content that had clear, homophobic, slurs on it? And it was sort of like, well, we take down one thing, we're gonna have to take down so many complicated. Well, guess what? Life's tough in the big city. That's why you get paid the big bucks figure it out. When now do you? I'm a little bit concerned that the FTC the congress and the department of Justice, all launched attacks on big tech independent of each other like there's no strategically here. They don't have a real plan, and it's actually I don't want him to get from hit from one hundred different sides. I want a serious regulatory reform. Where do you think that comes from? Here's the thing in my heart of hearts. Do I actually believe they're going to get hit with a massive amount of regulation? I don't you saw the New York Times piece last week? Those companies have amassed. Basset massive lobbying efforts in Washington DC. So we could have congressional hearings go on. And all, you know, it could be all sorts of congressional bluster and this could happen and that could happen. We don't like the way. You're bathing. I'll believe it when I see it in terms of actual regulation, and I'm not knocking the current administration. Remember, if there was any industry that the last administration if there was any business that the last administration cozied up to or, or blind to the dangers, it was new tech, big tech social media. You're not all that, but I was clerking on the DC circuit when the Reagan administration took down AT and T, and in a litigation that still haunts me the number of Braves. No one thought Ma bell could be broken up, and Ma bell is in a million pieces. And if you underestimate the, the power of the department of Justice antitrust division, big tech. Boy, are you making a mistake. One hundred percent and remember this. We think that in terms of tech and new tech where in an entrepreneurial, and we're not new businesses do startups in the last ten years have shrunk has blow down, and it is because of the behemoth size of Facebook Amazon Google. You try to start your own business. They swallow you whole. No. This is clearly something for the antitrust people to be looking at for sure, we will follow up on you right now. Hewitt names five search engine, I don't think you can do it explorer chrome there's Google. That's it right. The safari. How important a search engine.

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"division b tech" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back, America to Hewitt ATM in Hong Kong and thousands of people remain in the streets. Tear-gas continues to fly Stephanie role will no doubt talking about this on MSNBC today with all evil. She later in the day, Stephanie, what do you make of the Hong Kong insurrection? If we can call it that my goodness. What we call it concerning disconcerting. It's something we have to keep an eye on at our on. But it is a stark reminder of how lucky we are to be born in the United States. What part of this democracy was regular days? We are like, oh and allies were all the same. Today's reminder. No. I, I was in Hong Kong ago. My first visit ever was just honest by the order and complexity of this city, the magnitude of it just the overwhelming five Manhattan's. But if it gets out of control, I think the Chinese worry, a great deal about a virus spreading the mainland you concur. I do, but I don't say this appropriate way. I do think they have that concern. We always have to remember the kind of country and kind of government that they have and power that they wield over there people. So as concerning and big as this seems China's ability to clamp down on it is greater than our government's ability one hundred percent agree yesterday in Arizona and Scottsdale at the code conference. A number of big Tex biggest names, downplayed, the idea that there are issues with the size and concentration social media. Andy Jesse Amazon, web services, the new CEO of YouTube, Susan was thicky. What, what do you make of whether or not they're living in reality, or they're Norring the, the approach of the government regulators, absolutely not living in reality? They can't have both ways to be these delight. Hey, we're just tickets start up trying to create a community out here, you know, just coding in a college library that Hugh, powerful companies. On the planet. Right. In terms of I would communicate how information gets shared enemy for Susan Jiechi to respond to the why didn't they take down content had clear, homophobic, slurs on it. It was sort of like, well, we take down. One thing we're gonna have to take down so many complicated. What life in the big city that's why you get paid the big bucks figure it out. When now do I'm a little bit concerned that the FTC the congress and the department Justice all launched attacks on big tech independent of each other like there's no strategically here. They don't have a real plan, and it's actually I don't want him to get from hit from one hundred different sides. I wanna serious regulatory reform. Where do you think that comes from? Here's the thing in my heart of hearts. Do I actually believe they're going to get hit with a massive amount of regulation? I don't you saw the New York Times piece last week? Those companies have a man. Asked facet massive lobbying efforts in Washington DC. So we could have congressional hearings go on. And all, you know, it could be all sorts of congressional bluster and just put happen acted happen. We don't like the way you're bathing. I'll believe it when I see it in terms of actual regulation, and I'm not knocking the current administration. Remember, if there was any industry that the last administration, if there was any business that the last of ministration cozied up to or or was blind to the dangers. It was new tech, big tech social media. You're not old enough, but I was clerking on the DC circuit when the Reagan administration took down AT and T, and in a litigation that still haunts me the number of briefs. No one thought Ma bell could be broken up, and Ma bell is a million pieces. And if you underestimate the depend the power of the department of Justice antitrust division. Big tech. Boy, are you making a mistake one hundred percent. And remember this. We think that in terms of tacking. And new tech where in an entrepreneurial, and we're not new businesses do startups. In the last ten years have shrunk slowed down, and it is because of the behemoth size of Facebook Amazon Google. You try to start your business. They swallow you whole. No. This is clearly something for the anti-trust people to be looking at for sure, we will follow up on right now to use Hewitt named five search engine, I don't think you can do it. Explorer chrome. There's google. That's it right. The safari. How important search engine is in your life..

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"division b tech" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America to Hewitt, eight pm in Hong Kong and thousands of people remain in the streets. The tear-gas continues to fly. Stephanie role will no doubt be talking about this on MSNBC today. And with all evil. She later in the day. Stephanie, what do you make of the Hong Kong insurrection, if we can call it that my goodness? I don't even know what we call it concerning disconcerting. Well, it's something we have to keep an eye on that or I on, but it is a stark reminder of how lucky we are to be born in the United States. What part of this democracy? Right. Was any regular days. We were like oh and us and our allies, we're all the same. Today's reminder, no or not. I, I was in Hong Kong a month ago, my first visit ever Emma's, astonished by the order, and complexity of the civil city, the magnitude of it just the overwhelming like five Manhattan's. But if it gets out of control, I think the Chinese worry, a great deal about a virus spreading to the mainland you concur. I do but I don't have an how do I say this in an appropriate way I do think they have that concern. But. We always have to remember the kind of country does, and the kind of government that they have, and the power that they wield over there people. So as concerning and big as this seems China's ability to clamp down on it is greater than our government's ability hundred percent agree yesterday in Arizona and Scottsdale at the code conference, a number of big Tex biggest names, downplayed, the idea that there are issues with the size and concentration of social media. Andy jazzy of Amazon web services, the new CEO of YouTube, Susan will sticky, what, what do you make of whether or not they're living in reality, or if they're ignoring the, the approach of the government regulators, cuter, absolutely not living in reality. They can't have it both ways to be these dole. I'd hey we're deceased tech kids, these startups trying to create a community out here, you know, just code in, in a college library, screw that, Hugh. He's the most powerful companies on. On the planet. Right. In terms of how we communicate how information gets shared enemy for Susan Jiechi to respond to this. Why didn't they take down content that had clear, homophobic slurs on it? It was sort of like, well, we take down. One thing we're gonna have to take down so many complicated. Guess what? Life's tough in the big city. That's why you get paid the big bucks figure it out. When now do you I'm a little bit concerned that the FTC the congress and the department of Justice, all launched attacks on big tech independent of each other like there's no strategically here? They don't have a real plan, and it's actually I don't want him to get from hit from one hundred different sides. I want a serious approach to regulatory reform. Where do you think that comes from? Here's the thing in my heart of hearts. Do I actually believe they're going to get hit with a massive amount of regulation? I don't you saw the New York Times piece last week? Those companies have amassed. Basset massive lobbying efforts in Washington DC. So we could have congressional hearings go on. And all, you know, it could be all sorts of congressional bluster and this could happen in that could happen. We don't like the way you're bathing. I'll believe it when I see it in terms of actual regulation. This is an I'm not knocking the current administration. Remember, if there was any industry that the last administration, if there was any business, the blast administration cozied up to or or blind to the dangers. It was new tech big tech social media savvy. You're not old enough, but I was clerking on the DC circuit when the Reagan administration took down AT and T, and in a litigation that still haunts me the number of briefs. No one thought Ma bell could be broken up, and Ma bell is in a million pieces. And if you underestimate the depend the power of the department of jobs was anti-trust division, big tech. Boy, are you making a mistake one hundred percent. And remember this, we think that in terms of tech and new tech wherein in an entrepreneurial. We're not new businesses do startups. In the last ten years have shrunk has slowed down, and it is because of the behemoth size of Facebook Amazon Google. You try to start your own business. They swallow you whole. Oh, no. This is clearly something for the anti-trust people to be looking at for sure, we will follow up on right now Hewitt named five search engine, I don't think you can do it. Explorer. There's chrome there's Google. That's it right. The safari. How important of search.

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"division b tech" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on TechStuff

"ALL would acquire another company called patch media and patch media oversaw community news websites. So regional local community news. It was also a company that was co founded by Tim Armstrong, the leader of ALL ale would end up investing another fifty million dollars in patch in twenty ten. But in twenty thirteen the company announced it would be reducing the number of patch sites from nine hundred to six hundred and also the company would be laying off staff at all levels of the organization Armstrong also famously publicly fired patches, creative director over a conference call on which all patch employee's where participating Armstrong would later apologize for this breach. In etiquette. AOL would spinoff patch and sell off its ownership in two thousand fourteen and twenty ten ael L purchased tech crunch attack news site that was founded back in two thousand five tech crunch is still part of the overall company though will get into how that company has changed in just a little bit. Also in twenty ten AOL bought a young web hosting service called about dot me, which had launched in October two thousand nine so it wasn't even a full year old when AOL bought it about dot me is meant as a sort. Centralized personal webpage, and it's meant to coordinate all the various online points of contact person might have in one place. So their various social media accounts Email addresses websites, all that kind of stuff. And that way if you went to about dot me, and you search for me, presumably, you would find links to all the different ways that I have an online presence, and I can, cultivate, that I can decide which ones I share in which ones I don't and like Bebo this acquisition ended up not being a great fit. Tony Conrad who is one of the co founders of about dot me was able to buy back majority ownership of the site from AL in two thousand thirteen and had been two years and a month since AOL had bought the company the details of the two business transactions. How much AOL paid for it and how much Conrad had to pay to get it back? We're never made public. But Conrad did tell the New York Times that he paid a fraction of what AOL had paid for the. The company back in twenty ten. So once again ALL buys a company, and then sells it off at a fraction of what it paid for it. Once it realizes this wasn't a good fit. After all seems to be a pretty common theme in two thousand eleven AOL made another big media acquisition when it bought the Huffington Post for about three hundred fifteen million dollars. Ariana Huffington the founder of the Huffington Post was named AOL content chief and she held that position until two thousand sixteen when she would step down from ALL to concentrate on a new startup called thrive global the Huffington Post acquisition was in February two thousand eleven in April two thousand eleven ael L would cut nine hundred staff from the Huffington Post. Now that included two hundred jobs in the United States and seven hundred jobs in India. Tim Armstrong told reporters that the company's goal was to move toward having seventy percent of AOL. All staff working in editorial or other content divisions like tech crunch. The Huffington Post is still part of the overall company Armstrong was guiding AOL to focus more on creating content and then advertising against that content. And it was working as recently as twenty ten internet. Subscriptions made up forty percent of AOL's revenue, but with Armstrong's changes that was shifting more toward revenue from advertising, which is good. Because again, the dial up service was not going to increase year over year in two thousand thirteen the company posted its first revenue gains year-over-year since two thousand five them in the company was finally growing again from revenue the company continued its course by acquiring a video ad company called adapt dot.

"division b tech" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"It isn't amazing time to be a consumer entrepreneur and be consumer investor, but it takes an understanding of what this market released. This market is not just Dita's. He market. It isn't Omni channel market you need to be able to understand how to scale business offline and online in which channel is good for. I couldn't agree. More in terms. Not sustainability channel in being aware of kind of the mortality of channel. I do have a VC on the show the other day that went against the. Tide of many BC's chasing consumer saying come on. It's just not interesting as Catholics intensive is contribution margin off the root of that. He set it for one point six Yvette. How would you respond to that Ryan? Yeah. That's interesting. There's a couple of points in there. I think I when we say it's capital intensive I'd love to come on the show went that guests in a week and have a fun debate together. But on the capital intensive point. What I probably ask about is where that up strong when you look at the history of tech companies tech companies raise on average more than fifty million dollars to get to profitability consumer companies raise on average about five million dollars to get to profitability full stop. That's a pretty powerful points. Tech companies have their manufacturing plant in house. And this isn't a politically correct thing to say, but that is what the engineers product managers data. Scientists are really they are building products in consumer you outsource that very very rarely. Do you own your own? Facturing plants typically you outsource I'll give you an example skinny pop popcorn had raised five hundred thousand dollars in total to get to eighty million dollars revenue. Halo top has raised less than two million dollars to two hundred million dollars in revenue that ice cream company are like far of stop bar raised ten thousand dollars to sell for six hundred million dollars to Kellogg's. Those are pretty powerful examples. I don't think we'll ever have an Uber that will have an exit for fifty to one hundred billion. But conversely, you'll never find a consumer product company that needs to raise a billion dollars. That's a cap X point, the low countries should margin points to be candid with you is really just an accounting point in what I mean is typically tech investors gross margin and say we've got a high contribution margin products. They don't include the manufacturing plants, so they exclude the salaries of their engineers, data, scientists, etc. Which make tech companies very low margin or cash negative businesses in consumer than any factoring plane is included in cogs at the end of the day. May consumer companies have higher net margins and are more profitable than tech companies. That's why they need to raise less money in terms of evaluation point. I think that that's actually right consumer companies tend to go for lower graduation, the valuations of also tend to fluctuate much less sanity Gatien of consumer company valuations is dramatically lower than the center division of tech valuations. You look for the last fifteen years to follow the economy pretty directly, so what you're really doing Tai. Investing often is you're trying to time the market in terms of valuation..

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"division b tech" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Go three teams that are bad. I think the Texans Browns and colts are the most improved teams in the NFL. And I think that the three teams that fall off. I just have to the two teams that fall off the most of the NFL are both in Pennsylvania. I'll take the Steelers and the eagles. Both the drop college football. This is not to win their conference, but to win their divisions Virginia Tech wins, whatever they call the north and the ACC these are. Just once I throw out Washington wins the north and the Pac twelve and buffalo. That's where landslide pulled the coach. Now is they're going to win the eastern half of the MAC. So those are some football predictions have when we come back after the break. A fascinating story as reported today in the newspaper about how new Berlin basketball player was almost forced to play high school basketball this year at Indiana because of the W I as transfer rules and the kids desire to not plan. An all white t kind of a fascinating story. We'll dive into that one next five fifty nine news talk eleven thirty. It's time for rapid traffic. Watch the delays clear out pretty nicely now on ninety four eastbound is still slow from seventy six street approaching Miller park, fourteen minutes moral into downtown westbound just a tap of the brakes around the county line delays working themselves out northbound I forty one from the zoo interchange up to Mayfair road where an earlier crash was in traffic there from the Lynch GM superstore in Burlington, total traffic center, NewsTalk eleven thirty WINS, and I'm John watt cruise and tour Tanzania wildlife safari is back. You've heard me raving about this trip in the past. It's my all time favorite, and it will be yours to. Here's what others are saying about their Tanzania safari with cruise and.

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"division b tech" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Trace McSorley and Justin Herbert had a great game on Saturday and will Greer. You can get forgot. You get lost. One game can cost you. I mean, sending state you should be able to me. I know that really keyed on him. They loved they loaded the box. They were putting their safety crashing down every time, which is why they got burnt three times by are Whiteside and and Caja. Stellan that game they lost. So, I mean, that's good. I go on Stanford on David Schaaf to use their other weapons in that game to, you know, get the win there, but that's still the numbers. I mean, his numbers worth. It was like, what was it? Like? Twelve carries for fifteen carries for twenty something Audiard's. He was not not what you want from a guy like that and and what you'd wanna see if you're really if you're really helping hoping for him to win a Heisman, it's already hard enough or running back to win bona guys, like I said two and will Greer and honestly, we can even throw. I wouldn't even throw Trevor Lawrence because Shurmur Lawrence o. against firm and I wanna see him next week in them. I think they're gonna kick their butts to death game. I wanna see the betting line for that one is, but. What things. But that game Clemson tech say, because I know won their first game big, but clemson's different animal and they got to very, I mean, it's crazy. The top two teams in our league this year have to have both have two quarterbacks that are extremely talented. I think that one the younger one in both cases is has a higher ceiling and probably a higher floor to begin with anyways. Then the one, the guy, whether it's ceiling hurts R Kelly Bryant, which is unfortunate. 'cause they're both very talented guys, younger guys that are like their old grizzled veterans, and they're going to all of a sudden they're just they're, they're, it's like Brett farve turning over to Aaron Rodgers. Not like that. It's young kid trying to get his way into the NFL, but however the your school, your school recruited another really, really good quarterback. So it is what it. So honestly, I'm thinking Trevor Lawrence because I think Kelly Bryant a, he had better game against firm. Brian. Did a stat wise. But then I think when when you get into the tougher because I, I don't know, Clint pleasant schedules here is not that difficult. Miami does play for the thing that they're not in the same conference as as we saw it in the same division as Miami Florida state, envisioning tech, Virginia Tech. They're all in the same division. Virginia Tech also is very good. Watch out for them. They obviously we know how well they played on Monday, but no looking at Clemson schedule. I mean, thinking about what they pop were, where where could, because if you wanna think about Trevor Lawrence's they Heisman candidate. He's needs to be the guy there can't be Kelly. Bryant could be there, but he's not gonna. He needs to maybe slip up a little bit. I'm not trying to wish it on anybody, but Clemson does not play another ranked opponent while these ranked right now. And I don't really see anybody being ranked on the schedule forest in this four state. All of a sudden just becomes really good, becomes ranked, which is possible. But right now, the only team is ranked right now is South Carolina, and it's our twenty fourth. So that just happened this week..

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"division b tech" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Your time, and good luck this year. Appreciate it. Thank you so much, boom. There you go, Dan dip and to go through the rest quickly of the division, Louisiana, tech, skip Holtz should be pretty decent imbalanced on offense like them. Good amounts southern miss, just not there yet. UAB should have a really good defense replacing a couple of key parts. What remains unbelievable story Bill Clark has hired his old offensive coordinator back to that position to regain the old magic UTSA. They lose Marcus Davenport in a couple of big pieces on defense, but I think they're still gonna be there. I would file them under your very exclusive plucking us rankings tie. Yeah, and you tap is going to they're going to struggle first year coach, former Kansas state. I think offense coordinator Dana. I'm pronouncing everything wrong. You taps gonna struggle, but that's all I have on you. Go minors. Go minors. Okay. Well, thank you again to everyone who downloaded the show who listened in. We've got. Our fantasy things show coming up on Wednesday, Dan, and I will be back to record next Sunday, a new show as we gear up for the college football season. The next show after our next show is going to be our week one preview. Oh my God, tie, we did it. The doldrums are grew out over. Yeah. God, we've got a cool show by the way plan for. So the fantasy things draft live from Chicago is Wednesday. Yes. And then Sunday. So weak from this episode will be a new type of episode yet. We've never done an, it's just sort of tweaked system system season preview in our own way entirely naked. I am pretty pop for this out. I'm good to go. All right. Well, everyone hope you enjoy the fantasy thing show. We will catch up with all y'all in about a week with a new show that we're very excited about. In the meantime, keep the tweets and Facebook messages and.

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"division b tech" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"division b tech" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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