35 Burst results for "Dominos"

The World Is Increasingly at Risk of a Global Financial Crisis

The Trish Regan Show

01:54 min | 4 d ago

The World Is Increasingly at Risk of a Global Financial Crisis

"I wrote an article about how we are now increasingly in jeopardy of a global financial crisis. I wouldn't have said this before, but the World Bank, David Lopez, whom I've known for many years, president of the World Bank came out with a warning and said, numerous countries really kind of emerging market developing countries, meaning very poor countries. Have too much debt, and they're not going to be able to pay it back. You see, normally, the World Bank used to lend money, but, you know, hey, 2020, 2021, with all that cash in the system, in part, thanks to the Federal Reserve, all these hedge funds started landing money to a lot of these emerging market countries. And now the bills are coming due. And the rates are resetting because interest rates are going up, it's just like in 2008. Remember in 2008, the whole housing crisis, all these people got loans, leading up to 2008 that maybe shouldn't have had all those loans. I love the Nina loans. The no income no acid loans. Well, there are a lot of those out there at that time, and then as soon as rates reset, well, what do you know? People couldn't afford to pay their mortgages. It's the same kind of thing now going on on a global scale. All this money has been lent to all these countries who now are saying, wow, wait a second. How are we going to pay this back? I mean, we were talking about places like Sri Lanka and El Salvador. And so the danger is that some of these hedge funds, some of these institutions, probably the institutions that lent the money are going to stumble when they don't get the money back. And the fear is if they stumble, what happens to the individual little guy, right? The investors, the American investors, retail investors, pension funds that are invested in all these things. Did they then stumble? This is the domino effect that we have to be

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Suspect Killed in Armed Domino's Pizza Robbery

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:19 min | Last month

Suspect Killed in Armed Domino's Pizza Robbery

"Here. We have a bit of criminal news to share with you. And this is from Bolivar, Tennessee. A man was shot and killed while trying to rob a Domino's Pizza in Bolivar. According to Bolivar police, Jacques Dubois, I wonder if he knows juicy smooth light. Jacques Dubois and one other person entered the back door of Domino's armed with a gun pointed it at the employees and told them to hand over the pepperoni and the cash. That was around midnight. Police say it turns out one of the workers at Domino's Pizza was armed. So the employee pulled out his own gun and promptly shot Dubois. Mister Dubois did not survive his injuries. The second suspect seeing what happened to his cohort decided to run away and currently remains at large. So here we have ladies and gentlemen, a great example for all the children of America that are listening to this program right now. This is why the Second Amendment matters because a good guy with a gun took out a bad guy with a gun. And everybody is okay, except for the bad guy with the gun.

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Elon Musk Says Dems Should Just 'Can' the Entire Biden Spending Bill

The Dan Bongino Show

02:27 min | Last month

Elon Musk Says Dems Should Just 'Can' the Entire Biden Spending Bill

"So Elon Musk was given an interview yesterday and he's asked about Biden's Bill back worst plan All this government spending and the question is like well there's some good stuff in there R and D research R and D research No companies do R and D research Are you telling me like the government is a better idea on what to research and develop than actual private companies who have skin in the game to do it Like where'd you get that stupid idea So they ask Elon Musk about the bill back where his plan And he says some really really good stuff here And I said I want to sandwich the show and good news Why is this good news Elon Musk is calling out the band Because we're starting to see some people not all but some people in the business world That are speaking truth to power They're not falling in line like they fell like dominoes before You're seeing some not many but some starting to speak out Check this out queue up cut one Elon Musk's taking a blowtorch to Biden's Bill back worse plan Check this out There's some other good things in this film that some would argue A lot of money earmarked for R and D would you want to put that towards something No Okay All right All right we're going to move on from the bill because I think we get here In general we should just if we don't cut government spending there's something really bad that's going to happen This is crazy Our spending is so far in accessor revenue It's insane You could zero out all billionaires in the country this is almost like anti billionaire BS Well if you are not all the billionaires you still wouldn't solve the deficit Yes yes And no matter how many times I say this I don't have this any illusions of grandeur that my voice is going to single handedly Even though the show's got a lot of station single handedly changed the political dynamic of the country I've said that I've made that point often It needs to be echoed everywhere by people with far larger cultural capital bank accounts than I do Elon Musk has that has that People in the business world respect Elon Musk candidly even some liberals in the business world do The guy's been a known moneymaker He's been an entrepreneur People respect him He just stated the obvious even though I've said it on this show as Jim can attest to a hundred times my voice is limited out there I wish it were I wish I had you know Donald Trump's megaphone sometimes where if I say something it would echo farther and farther I mean I'm very happy with the reach of the show and everything like that But we need people like Elon Musk and the Joe Rogan's of the world with a different audience in mind to say these

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Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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"dominos" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:11 min | 2 months ago

"dominos" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Begin to know what's about to happen here. Yeah, I think that the reconciliation package the social spending package those negotiations likely drag out if not through Thanksgiving, then perhaps even through Christmas, the infrastructure Bill, my bet would be that there was pressure to decouple that vote and for the house to go ahead and vote on that and be able to send it to the president's desk. But clearly, there is now a movement in the house, not to wait on the Senate for this broader package and not to what they're calling pre conference, make sure everything is agreed to before they bring that to the floor because they are filling a lot of pressure after the Virginia and New Jersey election. Let's say I was going to ask you something done. What's that feel when you say that there's this pressure? What does that feel like on the ground when you talk to folks when they look at the Glenn young can win? What's the, what's the true takeaway? Do you really feel like there's a sense that they've got to move now? Well, I think the biggest sense is that they should have done something earlier, right? And so now they're playing a little bit of ketchup and wondering, what can they do to sort of make up for the fact that they didn't move earlier President Biden said it himself that they should have voted on some of this at least part of this package before the election? Maybe that could have made a difference. We heard that as well. But you think the takeaway they're taking is that they just Virginia. But you're suggesting the takeaway that they're taking away from this is more about the inaction as opposed to the underlying policy. Meaning that's what I was trying to understand in terms of the lesson to the extent there's a lesson in this that's being absorbed. I think that there is a political desire for a win to make up for the loss in Virginia. And so that is why you're seeing this pressure for an action. In terms of what is the right policy? I think right now, it feels like a lot of spaghetti against the wall and that's sort of the deeper debate that they're going to need to have ahead of the midterms, but right now they just want to win wherever it can come from. Yeah, it's interesting. Elon both sides have different viewpoints. I don't know if I were a Republican. As I say, and I wink, if I were a Republican, I don't know if I dissuade the Democrats from saying, yeah, you're right. It's that you didn't do enough. Because the journal comes right out and says that Democrats are reeling from an election that repudiated the progressive agenda nationwide, not that they didn't double down on it, which is what we're seeing some of the far left say. In fact, and this is what I wanted to bring up Elon. The way the journal characterizes the family leave going back in, journal says sure enough speaker Nancy Pelosi is still plowing ahead to pass a $4 trillion tax and spending bill. And she's even sneering at senator Joe Manchin by restoring a paid family leave entitlement that mansion has expressly rejected. And I thought I actually saw senator Manchin. That's not a very good interview. It's on another network, obviously. Why not? Obviously, but it just happened to be. And I would say he was, he was humble, but he certainly has not been less I think he's been emboldened with some extent that he's been right about this all along. He's not going to back it down on family leave. So this is going to come back out. Why even put it in for progressive? Just to say, oh, I'm listening to you. It's not going to it's not going to pass muster. Again, this is the division between the House and the Senate we've talked about the divisions between progressives and moderates. The House and the Senate are now having their own intra party fight as well. And I think that, look, I'm not going to weigh in on should they have gone bigger or should they have gone smaller, right? That is the debate Democrats are going to have. But what I will say is that it's clear that Democrats don't have direction in this. And that the president's visit to Capitol Hill didn't offer any clarity on that. And so Democrats are looking for some leadership and trying to decide which way to go. And they're not getting that direction right now from The White House and they're trying to find it internally. And they can't settle on which way to go. They need a clear message and a clear direction and that's been one of the problems with this bill to begin with. Right. That's what I'm saying. Republicans are saying, yeah, yeah, yeah. Go for it. Keep doing it, because there is another election in a year. Thank you. Elon Musk, we appreciate it. Former world chess champion, Gary Kasparov is blasting Facebook this morning. Speaking to CNBC at the web summit tech conference in Lisbon, Kasparov said that Facebook was wrong to shut down its facial recognition system. He said, it's bowing to this public outrage. Personally, I think it's stupid. I think it's a stupid simple reason. Facebook can shut it down. Chinese will not do. This is. It's insane to think that you know, in the global Internet. You can actually start it out forcing company in America or in Europe to follow these rules and to abandon some of the new features. And they will not appeal. And shutting down that feature Facebook said in a blog post that there are many concerns about the use of facial recognition technology in society. Noting that regulators are still in the process of providing rules to govern its use. You do that. I do it on the phone. To get in, you don't put your code in anymore. You ever have sunglasses on that doesn't work. It must be in the eyes. That must be important data points for them. It doesn't recognize. It doesn't recognize me when I was just laughing because there are there are times in the morning where I think it can't recognize me just because I look like I just got it. It's like no, that's not him. And I kind of like have to because my face kind of looks like an unmade bed at times. But then I see that I'm like your glasses on. It's supposed to. No, I see. It works. It works really well. Sometimes, and if you have a mask on, it doesn't work. Obviously. So there's times and what's the most important feature? You think it's the eyes? For that to work? No, no, so what it's doing is it's a camera, but there's also effectively you put a laser on it. That's when you put in space. I remember putting in it went around like that and took me from all different angles. I felt sorry for it that it had to quite zoom in like that. But I just thought that sometimes in the morning, it's like, I don't know, really, whether that's him. Next on squawk pod, holiday sales begin. Etsy CEO Josh silverman is forecasting good tidings to his business this season. People have multitudes more choice. They're moving all around and shopping anywhere they want. Mask sales are immaterial to Etsy. And there's no stimulus and we're guiding that we're going to be significantly up over fourth quarter of last year. We'll be right back. Get in early. Join the CNBC investing club of Jim Cramer, be among the first. Get tips straight from Kramer, the only club with exclusive trading leads for early access symmetry email at CNBC dot com slash investing club..

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Why climate change is making it harder to chase fall foliage

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Why climate change is making it harder to chase fall foliage

"Climate change is making it harder for people to chase fall foliage heat waves and droughts have caused leaves to turn brown and withered before they can reach peak color the tree is sort of expressing like what the summer is done to it arborist Michael Sundberg says traditional leaf peepers in the fall have less leaves for peeping you're seeing a lot of like Browning on the edges of the leaves which you know we call the scorch that happened after severe heatwave in Oregon in northern Maine peak conditions typically arrive right about now forest Rangers report less than seventy percent color change the color itself could be dollar especially because you have a leaf that's now has damage on it instead of just an unscathed happy we've Sundberg says climate change can be bad for fall foliage but it goes beyond that those trees are also helping with preventing floods and things like that too so it's all kind of connected and in a very domino effect kind of weights on Berg says it's been a few years since there's been a really good leap year I bet Donahue

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China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

Wall Street Breakfast

01:27 min | 4 months ago

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans

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Igor Ioffe on His First Taste of Gambling

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Igor Ioffe on His First Taste of Gambling

"Eager good morning. Welcome to chasing polka greatness. How you doing good morning to you. Thank you very much so typically on this show the way we start out is by asking you about your story and your entry in poker so we'll start out by. How old are you so that we can set the timeline. And then let's tell the listener how you got involved in the world poker okay. I'm all forty one years old. And i got bold in the world of vulgar Around when i was eighteen nineteen was going to our these charity Weekends that would have charity events. That ah by jack jack with my friends that horrible rules. Let's go back a little bit because like so what about your entering a playing cards right. Like what led you to playing blackjack Just you know digesting it up for for fun. i'll playing. I was born in soviet union and Chess was big there. My dad's used. Because when i was like around four or five and then I play chess play cards dominoes. Dice bunch of russian games with my grandfather and so i always liked the strategy games and by always like know cards. Yeah and that's how they do Guards so how'd you get. How'd you did you. You and your family moved to the usa from the ussr. Yes we immigrated. Eighty mind when i was done here is old to to to america cool how how i got my station gambling. We were paul. I was spoiled and my dad worked for this company. And obviously were rolling america year and It was the caribbean who was for christmas that they took the whole family. And i want to my mom. And my dad and i was born. Nothing was ever myself the only kid and they had casinos data casino on the gruesome outside the casino they had sought machines. And i asked my mom or maybe like our borders and a present. And i don't know after maybe like three or four quarters jack. Four five hundred bucks so that that was my first day stuff gambling. I was After

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What Needs To Happen for Newsom To Get Recalled?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 4 months ago

What Needs To Happen for Newsom To Get Recalled?

"So let's just go through. If if gavin newsom gets recalled what would be the areas that have to do that. You'd have to have kind of the gay base in san francisco not turn out right. I'm not saying that pejoratively. It's just what it is right. You have to have the hispanic hispanic base in kind of la not turn out right and then you need to have a suburban one one eighty right. You need to have kind of the westwood yoga. Moms and the brentwood won't yoga moms. I mean and kind of like the pasadena. Professors be like not going to happen. And the reason i'm saying this though is that this really isn't uphill climb in california. You need like five different domino's to fall on my right. Yeah that that's a very realistic. I mean it's. It's good that we do that with viewers and listeners be realistic. It is a very steep hill to climb but the things you just mentioned we did see possible which is why it was close in. La for instance. Fifty one percent of hispanics told us in l. a. that were going to vote You know he should. He should trounce The opposition in la should eat at least thirty points out of there. Are we not seeing that. In the reason. Why is because a lot of the people who did tillis they were gonna vote. Were anti newsom. So outside in the county around ventura the suburbs. You was not doing well. And then you had san diego. For instance where if sandiego was a bigger margin for no or for Yes to recall him then. Probably means orange county would've been a little bit wider and it may have been a lead for a minute there but san diego was not as pro recall as we expected it to be or it needs to be so there are definitely five. Domino's maybe even more that you need to see fall of that white liberal base which is that bay area He needs to more inland hispanics for sure Central valley hispanics the working hispanic in the central valley. They tend to be more conservative in they do. And they're getting more conservative of the years but they for while were the most pro

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The World Economy's 'Transitory' Supply Chain Issues Don't Seem so Transitory

The Breakdown with NLW

01:59 min | 5 months ago

The World Economy's 'Transitory' Supply Chain Issues Don't Seem so Transitory

"Here in the us. There have been many debates about what's good and what's bad about globalization on the bad side. The hollowing out of the american manufacturing and middle class and the attendant set of social problems. That has come with it. On the good side the reduce costs associated with the things that we buy the significant increases in. What's available to us. And how fast it gets to us. In other words a lot of consumption base things but few people tend to think about the bad side of globalization in terms of the inherent tradeoffs of just in time supply chains that trade off at core was trading resilience for efficiency. When you're based on a system of just in time supply chains. If one thing gets disrupted it can disrupt the rest of the entire system. What's more there's also a political risk. The world had been sufficiently organized around america for long enough. That the idea of an entire big chunk of the global supply chain going off line because of geopolitical reason seemed largely impossible. But what if it wasn't a geopolitical reason. What if instead it was say a virus last year the first domino to fall in the virus was of course china and that meant almost immediately significant disruptions trade and manufacturing by the time the virus got to the us we were seeing supply chains though in a whole different light. Remember those harrowing pictures of frontline medical staff using hockey masks and the like has protective equipment. That reality was caused by the fact that basically no personal protective equipment for medical professionals is made in america. Any longer supply chain issues then. All of a sudden weren't just an economic consideration but also a health consideration of public policy consideration and even a national security consideration this at the stage for the elections last year one of the few things biden and trump could get together on. Was that china sucked and we needed to be less. Reliant on them fast forward to this year so much of the macro conversation has been focused on creeping inflation. And what's going into it. The overarching framework. That officials have tried to sell the idea of inflation being transitory and a lot of that has been blamed on supply chain issues.

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Tight Supply of Truckers Leaves a Few Gas Stations Dry

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Tight Supply of Truckers Leaves a Few Gas Stations Dry

"Gas stations across america rely on truckers to deliver gasoline. Their work is dangerous. They're basically towing a bomb down. The freeway at tank could explode a crash. Don't you think about that when you're driving near one of them on the highway. Npr's camilo domino's ski reports. These jobs are critical and companies are having trouble filling them. Something unusual has been happening this year across the country colorado iowa the pacific northwest scattered. Gas stations have run out of gasoline. They weren't big shortages or long shortages but hit up in something so essential can be worrying not to mention odd. Why would there be a shortage. We available bound gasoline. That's brian milne. Who tracks refined fuels for the data analysis company in to find the answer. Look behind the wheel of a big silver tanker truck. This is a job that requires special training and a lot of qualified drivers left the industry when demand for gasoline dropped last year. There wasn't work for them now. Companies have been scrambling as demand roared.

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Nursing Home to Workers: Get Vaccine or Lose Your Job

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Nursing Home to Workers: Get Vaccine or Lose Your Job

"The nation's largest nursing home operators telling its workers they must get vaccinated for Kobe nineteen or they'll lose their jobs genesis healthcare with seventy thousand workers told them vaccine shots are mandatory in order to keep their jobs and one patient advocacy group says this is a big domino to fall many companies have resisted compulsory measures fearing that workers will quit and worsen the already dangerous staffing shortages but nearly thirteen hundred nursing home residents have been infected this week alone with covert nineteen approximately two hundred died the state of Massachusetts and Denver warrant waiting they've announced mandatory vaccination for nursing homes this week I'm Jackie Quinn

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US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect

First Light

01:53 min | 6 months ago

US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect

"Domino effect from the drought in the West, and it's probably going to affect all of us eventually. Let's bring in Jim Root from Los Angeles. Jim Michael. I'm talking with a group of Western governors President Joe Biden acknowledged Extreme heat prolonged drought. Supercharged wildfire conditions are affecting the country. In many ways is not just about a water shortage, which is severe enough. Almost half of California is now in what's termed as exceptional drought. That's the U. S. Drought monitor is driest level. The exceptional drought covers 47% of California, up from just a third of the state. Only a week ago, 100% of California is in some level of drought. And has been for several weeks now. The domino effect of that well. Fields are left follow. Fortunes removed. Fish relocated recreational activities curtailed poor air quality, along with widespread water shortages and extreme wildfires, But another domino that has fallen affects large animals. California rescue groups and sanctuaries are reporting an unprecedented spike in calls for help from desperate owners of large animals. The severe drought has left them with no water or grazing grasses for their cows, goats, horses and sheep. There are reports of big increases of cattle being herded onto other people's property and hard hit Northern California. Many can't afford the soaring cost of hay or the price to hire a veterinarian for that matter to euthanize and haul away animals. Most livestock auctions were shut down by the pandemics of selling. It's not an option either. All of this could and will likely result in higher dairy and meat prices across the nation. And then there are the wildfires. And it's not just about the historic acreage burned in more than a dozen states and the poor air quality over Western skies, But As the president notes smoke for many of these fires burning in the west and along the Canadian border. Is affecting air quality of states across the country last

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"dominos" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"dominos" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Off. That sounds delicious. Yummy he will have an integral role as a member of the teams competition leadership. So that's a lot of stuff brackets laskey Putting on his plate. Stay and that that stake platon number number six car so he'll be in the iconic rosh family racing number six so that's pretty cool and that sleeves ryan newman out right well. Yeah because They did mention that. They offered him a third car. Part time role and newman turned it down. So okay so newman's out of the six out of roush fenway. He's looking for next year. Chris butcher is assumed to be returning but they didn't actually say that so very careful on all their announcements to word that fastballs back next year and have not said back so man until you hear that. Don't quite bank on that but it is assumed he should be back so we'll see so. I should probably cancel that A number seventeen tattoo appointment. I have yeah i mean. If you're a huge. Chris butcher fan you never know what can be jimmy johnson in that car next year. You just never know that's true. That's true does bradley. Jimmy i mean brad usually hates everybody so everybody fighting all those penske guys now too. So that's interesting. Maybe there's something to that So yeah this is huge news. Not earth shattering but still huge nonetheless. It's kind of got the dominoes falling elsewhere. We've got a whole list now we've got kurt. Busch ryan newman matt benedetto. You put in there. Daniel hamrick for some reason ross chastain. There's a whole bunch of people in there. Well i say that because he's xfinity series so he is xfinity series performed very well hasn't won yet still. He's been very close a few times. Yeah kyle busch. He's ran very well. He has a little bit of funding. So you start adding those things in there and you've got a guy who could possibly make the move if things are right you mean back up. Yeah okay oh that's good. He's a good guy yes he's really could use a win though like really badly could use one yeah. I wonder how you do that. Well i mean he's been really close i mean. I don't think i've seen anybody this close to not actually win before. Because he's approaching like these past that whole chase elliott thing years ago when we were like i'll just never win right then he's one everything sense but yeah it's just he just has not broken through. We're at one hundred. Six series races with Three of the sports Top tier Organizations and just can't get it done When you think of expended series. Richard chillers racing junior motorsports jobs racing. Those are your three that you're like. Wow that's that's pretty stout competition. There is now driven for all three and has yet to win a race. So we'll see what happens all right. Well yeah so any other pieces in the domino mix that we haven't maybe thought of i mean that's the thing so a lot of these other things will start happening as other things start kind of unlocking as well. You never really know. I know row. Not rush but Front row motorsports as usually usually year deal and they usually make their decisions in january So of anthony. Alfredo maybe out or michael mcdowell. You know gets a little of interest. Due to the goodyear he's had compared to what he's had in the past They could be in the mix for something else. If that's the case then things are open at front row. There's a lot of different things that could happen. Although i don't expect any changes at front row there's a lot of other teams kind of like that. Just weird things could happen. That is a lot of weird stuff. And i don't know it's i guess it's july. I mean silly season is a little earlier than normal but this was a big thing to happen so now. That's all that other stuff is falling into place. I guess it happened with a syndrich thing. If you weeks ago actually yeah. That's really what kick-started things and that kind of allowed brad to go okay. I can announce what i've got now. Yeah since it's pretty obvious. I'm not going to be back to car So yeah but you've got other things going You still got colleague racing. I know they've kind of told but we're gonna be doing for their their first car and part of their second car. There's still some racist to fill in there as well. There's li- different things that can happen. All right let's hear from brad. His thoughts on this whole thing. We've got some audio from him and We begin with how this deal came about with. Row fenway racing. Like.

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Sobriety and the Domino Effect - With Will Black

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Sobriety and the Domino Effect - With Will Black

"So take his back to the alcohol years. What age were you on east also drinking and when did you start thinking it was. It was a bit of a problem absolutely. Yeah i guess. As far as in the states. I started a little later. I didn't start really drinking until i was eighteen and for me. It was really really immediately apparent. I had a problem first week. University or member blacking out right away and alcohol was very exciting very intoxicating but even then there was this sort of like shock of. Whoa what what happened last night. but it was. I mean it was really immediately. As i was going into school that i started having problems as far as really breaking a lot of my friendships. Really dealing with a lot of regret and remorse in the mornings But for me the one one really hard part of the journey was just not knowing how to live without it. Not really seeing any alternative to not drinking really from the gecko. I was trying to solve these issues whether that was blacking out or losing phone like my wallet. Losing losing losing everything so for years. I tried i tried moderating whether that was having a glass of water in between drinks limiting the number of drinks and ned having a big meal something like that

How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?

How Many Podcast

02:10 min | 7 months ago

How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?

"Many great songs have a question in the title. It was a lot more than i thought. There was just looking at their suggestions. I was thinking. Oh maybe there's twenty songs that are like that are popular amand. We i was seeing. You know up to fifty one hundred tests. Ask a question in the tidal. And i did a google search found a list that had over a hundred song titles and so what i did is i said okay. I don't know this one. i don't know this one. I don't know this one. And i got it down to eighty now. How many of these are regan. Considered great will be an interesting discussion. Why don't we start with bob on. How many do you think we are going to vote as great fifty four gary thirty seven scott forty five in junior fifty five. I would have said like sixty so. These are in alphabetical. Let's get started with. Ain't that a shame fats domino. Yes that's the highly recognizable song eight that is like rain. Years did the great cover. I'm drawing a blank. Cheap trick all right. Are you lonesome tonight. Elvis presley tuna. Going back to the oldies bill bailey. Won't you please come home. Well that's the real name of axl rose. He'll name. I would vote for that. Just because papa's delicate condition was a movie where jackie gleason starred and. That's a silly song. I would vote for it. But i don't think anyone else we'll give it any love anybody else so yes on that one. Very old timey. It's a song idea recognize. It's a song. I know okay so we have two but three no

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Woman Who Caused Tour De France Crash in Custody

Anna Davlantes

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Woman Who Caused Tour De France Crash in Custody

"Responsible for a huge pile of crash in the Tour de France, is now in police custody of video shows her stepping onto the road with a cardboard sign. She made contact with cyclists Tony Martin before causing a domino like crash, reporters say the woman reports rather say the woman was arrested in northwestern France today. After fleeing the scene of the accident.

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A Look at Chronic Pain in Obesity With Dr. Sheetal DeCaria

Decoding Obesity

02:18 min | 7 months ago

A Look at Chronic Pain in Obesity With Dr. Sheetal DeCaria

"She took people with obesity. Often suffer from gender body aches and joint pains. What are the common aches and pains that you see in people who are suffering with obesity in your practice. Sure so there's actually two different. I would types of pain that i see so. The first is mechanical pain. And that's what you kind of expect to see. In obese patients due to the extra weight. Some additional stresses on their joints so in those patients. We see a lot of hip pain. Knee pain back pain. And that's a result of just the extra stress causing kind of an accelerated arthritis and bone breakdown of their cartilage and early onset arthritis. But then we're also seeing a lot of other syndromes that happen. In a higher likelihood in an obese patient versus a non obese patient and those are things like headache fibromyalgia of domino pain and nerve pain actually have nothing to do with the mechanical causes right and all these beans really depend on the movement or lack there of or is there something else that also precipitates. These paints sure so joint pain. A lot of times is dependent on movement especially the hip and the knee joint pain however as their kind of arthritis of the joint really progressiveness to becoming end stage or bone on bone arthritis in those people. I actually see them having pain even at rest. The other types of pain. I talked about like the fibromyalgia. The nerve pain. Those can happen at any time because those are actually more related to biochemical ties to obesity rather than just the mechanical resents. Let's talk about the biochemical pot of it because that's very interesting very commonly. We see that the pains that are there are very commonly we think about the pins that are there with. Obesity are primarily because of the stress on the joints or the weight bearing joints that we would see. But let's talk about the biochemical factors at play over here. What really causes all of these other pains sore. So they found that in studies done on both humans and animals that obese patients have higher inflammatory markers in their blood versus people that are not obese so one example of this is something called. Crp and this is c reactive protein. It's an inflammatory marker so it's elevated in patients that are obese and that leads to a lot of extra joint pain and different types of pain syndromes just from the inflammation

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How to Know if Your Pancreas Is Not Functioning Properly

Acupuncture is my Life

02:02 min | 7 months ago

How to Know if Your Pancreas Is Not Functioning Properly

"The pancreas is a very very powerful organ. although it's small it's very powerful and because it produces important digestive insa as well as secrete secretes hormones. That's extremely important for metabolising sugar. Something goes wrong. With this oregon. You have a massive problems on health healthwise now. Some deer are certain signs that you should pay attention to if you happen to experience any li scientists symptoms like i said. Contact your doctor shit with your family physician and then contact your local acupuncture acupunctures my life because you want to address the matter immediately and rule out. The potential pancreatitis or pancreatic cancer. You really porn rule those two disorders acupuncture now. The oncein can be pain in the app. Now domino pain can be a sign of pancreatitis which is inflammation of the pancreas whether it's been short term acute a long term chronic. You want to address this issue. The abdomen can also be sign of pancreatic cancer. Which of course is abnormal. Cell growth in the pancreas

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"dominos" Discussed on teikirisi

teikirisi

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"dominos" Discussed on teikirisi

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"dominos" Discussed on teikirisi

teikirisi

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"dominos" Discussed on teikirisi

"Is doug game that cubans play. It's a must have for keeping party. You can throw cuban party without the ability to accommodate a good domino game. Domino's is a game where you have fifty five tiles. There's also a twenty eight but most cubans play fifty five and the tiles all have dots on them. And you're supposed to match the number of dots on a table. Domino pieces are they are so satisfying to touch our in leon. Domino up baby. Oh yeah i think. Once upon a time they used to be made out of ivory or pearl or marble. Now there may not have resins and plastics. But they still look the same. They're typically like an ivory color. Sometimes they'll have a design on the back. I guess. I don't know which is the in. Which is the back. Let's call the front side. That has the pontypool's like the little. Usually these dots are in dented. That is because you are constantly rubbing that side of the domino up against the surface of a table. And you don't want that to get scratched up rubbed off we fun fact have some stickers and some of them are dominoes and the long-term vision is eventually have the entire fifty five piece set so that you guys can play community domino's on a wall or someplace public near you but anyway shameless plug for patron. Please join to be honest with you. I can't imagine playing dominoes with anything. That's too fancy. Because every time i pay domino's like i'm ready to slam some pieces on the table. Okay not me. But i feel like that is how you play dominos. That is how you play dominos. And you have fun with it. You're like really interacting with these pieces. You're not just like gently putting them down. Sometimes it balances that is one way to play. You can be someone who places it ever so gently you can be someone who's screaming every single time they make a move and you can be that person who hasn't spoken once since the game started domino mental move that means domino was invented by a mute. And that's something that you get told. And i was like a ghost scolds when. You're just being too vocal about what's

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Fichas: Cuban Dominoes

teikirisi

02:06 min | 7 months ago

Fichas: Cuban Dominoes

"Is doug game that cubans play. It's a must have for keeping party. You can throw cuban party without the ability to accommodate a good domino game. Domino's is a game where you have fifty five tiles. There's also a twenty eight but most cubans play fifty five and the tiles all have dots on them. And you're supposed to match the number of dots on a table. Domino pieces are they are so satisfying to touch our in leon. Domino up baby. Oh yeah i think. Once upon a time they used to be made out of ivory or pearl or marble. Now there may not have resins and plastics. But they still look the same. They're typically like an ivory color. Sometimes they'll have a design on the back. I guess. I don't know which is the in. Which is the back. Let's call the front side. That has the pontypool's like the little. Usually these dots are in dented. That is because you are constantly rubbing that side of the domino up against the surface of a table. And you don't want that to get scratched up rubbed off we fun fact have some stickers and some of them are dominoes and the long-term vision is eventually have the entire fifty five piece set so that you guys can play community domino's on a wall or someplace public near you but anyway shameless plug for patron. Please join to be honest with you. I can't imagine playing dominoes with anything. That's too fancy. Because every time i pay domino's like i'm ready to slam some pieces on the table. Okay not me. But i feel like that is how you play dominos. That is how you play dominos. And you have fun with it. You're like really interacting with these pieces. You're not just like gently putting them down. Sometimes it balances that is one way to play. You can be someone who places it ever so gently you can be someone who's screaming every single time they make a move and you can be that person who hasn't spoken once since the game started domino mental move that means domino was invented by a mute. And that's something that you get told. And i was like a ghost scolds when. You're just being too vocal about what's

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"dominos" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"dominos" Discussed on The Lead

"And you know that five six years ago. That just wasn't happening at all like the players reaction to this to you by large publicly. What you hear. In terms of discourse among players about women coaches is where it should be in twenty twenty one which is. Give me a great basketball mind. I'm not going to be too concerned with men or women. He coach sears female couple. She doesn't come up there in a male next like my coach no way so you know. We're kind of dropping some of those old guard. Stereotypes obviously society largest with.

"dominos" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"dominos" Discussed on The Lead

"On wednesday night there were two pretty big upsets in the nba. And this is gonna be an atlanta victory in game five. What a comeback. And that's it. Clippers grabbed the upper hand in the series. A huge win over utah. But before that on the court action even began basketball fans were taken on quite ride. As the first reported chris. Paul has entered the nba health and safety protocols. Gormless breaking news for. Why will miss it least. Tonight's game five the clippers against utah with a knee that he hurt late in game four. Let's move on to another huge breaking news. Story you've got to coaching. Changes superstars were ruled out of games. Coaches were like oh by teams and the nba's biggest star through a bit of a grenade at the league today. The athletic sam amick joins us to break down one of the wilder days in recent memory. And what we can expect down the home of nba play-offs from wandering the athletic. I'm under scelzo. It's thursday june seventeenth and this is the lead. We'll am. I have to say this has been one of those days where being on the west coast feels like a bit of a punishment for journalists because we woke up to some big news and then the hits just kept on common so i how are you holding up during this whirlwind of day. Thank you. i'm a little tired and it's the afternoon i actually. I just got back from l. a. My i work road trip. That i've had a very long time since i was in the bubble so i go to bed on the later side last night. And then like you alluded to lo and behold before. I could even get my first cup of coffee in. We got coaches getting fired. We got all kinds of craziness all over the place. I mean i might have recency bias. I texted my wife. And i said craziest. Nba in my whole career. At least in terms of like of storylines maybe others have been bigger and louder. But i do not remember this many that were of this magnitude. Yeah all right. Well the first big piece of news. That really shocked that the basketball world was that chris. Paul who's been having such an incredible playoff performance so far has been put into the covid protocol. Now there's been a lot of information flying around the internet sand on the twitter's but saying what do we know at this point time. I about chris paul's health and why he was put into the covid protocol. My understanding. is you know you tested positive. And this i have not independently confirmed but on. Espn the jump. Marc spears and matt barnes former teammate of chris. Paul's had talked about this in matt said on their show that he had confirmed with chris that he's been vaccinated. I got a chance to talk to chris this morning He is back stated obviously frustration on this to go to games practice and come home. You know what i mean. So i just don't really know what's going on. So he would obviously mean that if this is a real positive versus a false positive. It's unfortunate and it triggers the protocol test positive for covid. He needs to go into quarantine until either ten days past or he can produce to negative tests that were taken in a twenty four hour or forty eight hour span. And then you know there's heart tests that are part of it as well and an uncertain time line and so i don't know nobody knows. Is he gonna miss game. One of the west conference finals game. To how long is you going to be out. It's just terrible timing. we're bracing for him potentially missing yet again. missing out on a pretty good opportunity to win the championship. Chris paul who is pretty bad injury luck at times when it comes to the play offs especially in the last five years is having really bad luck again and then stinks. It's thanks for the game and his. Thanks for chris. Obviously we don't know how he might have contracted covert if if in fact he did test positive but same has given people pause about the fact that games are being played in these arenas with lots of fans. Many of whom are not wearing masks including in phoenix. I mean if by people you mean me. Sure i mean i just went to that game. Two games in la right so clippers. Utah and there were a lot of mass in the crowd. La is still you know. More on the hyper alert side. Actually the last day of my road trip was june. Fifteenth was the first day of the california opened up and changed its rules and i noticed that all around town you had people still choosing to wear a mask and places where they no longer quote unquote had to but all these reporters who i'm friendly with. Who had just gotten back from phoenix to cover games out. There had said that. Wait till you go to phoenix. There's not a mass to be found. And that is kind of anxiety inducing based on everything we've all been through for the past fifteen months and we'll never know if that played a part with chris but it's thought crossed my mind today. Which is you know. He's been surrounded by seventeen thousand people without a mask on with that air inside an inside environment. If ever you were going to have a breakthrough vaccinated person. I'm not a doctor but it seems like that'd be a pretty rich environment for that well about thirty minutes. After the chris. Paul news broke. Word also came down that kawhi leonard had a knee injury. Our colleague tom. Sharona has reported that clippers personnel. Fear that it's an acl issue. So what do we know about the severity of that injury at this time sam. They're still waiting for clarity. And the word that for now gets left out of the tweet in the report is that we're waiting for the word terror to come through. That's the concern. I talked to somebody a few minutes ago about that situation a bit and you know it seems as if they've had to dive in pretty deep to decide you know how bad it is. They might have even looked at some past imaging of that knee and the thing with he does have some history with that part of his body. So the thing that struck me when the news broke was then again. Because i was just down there in la yesterday morning. If my reading of the room was correct they're concerned. Level was not particularly high. They actually were feeling okay. And i think we're ultimately pretty surprised by the seriousness of that situation. You know this team and owner steve. Balmer really went all in on trying to win a title. Now they more or less mortgage their future to get paul george and kawhi leonard assuming they don't go onto entitle this year and if kawhi ends up being out for a long period of time sam where does that leave this franchise. It's a pretty compelling question and to paint a picture for you. Just the other night they beat utah. The title series to two and i go over to the j w marriott across the street from staples center they have lounge the becomes the public after party of sorts for anybody who was at the game. You had a very happy clippers. Seen over there you had st bomber in the corner with his family enjoying victory. Dennis robertson the infamous. Uncle dana's kawais uncle and agent. Was there with family and friends and so to go from that joyous seen to this is wild and while we sat there and i was across the room from bomber. The question you just asked was on my mind the what if the roster you got to be a free agent not guaranteed to return but expected to. We all know he likes to live there. We don't think he wants to play with lebron. So you know you add those two things up. There's only one option the front office. They have a really talented and deep group of executives. Probably the deepest in the nba. To be honest that st bomber has not been cheap with you. Know what i mean. He's cut a check to have a lot of bright basketball minds. So you know did they. Maybe make some changes in the front office today. I wouldn't see them giving up on hawaii or paul george but nobody really knows you just know that st bomber typically is the kind of guy that is not going to stand pat when he doesn't get what he wants which is winning a championship quiz now. The eighth nba all star game in the playoffs this season. Which is apparently a record. And lebron james sent out a series of tweets on wednesday sort of implying that these injuries were at least partly the nba's fault and pointed to the the shortened offseason..

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"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Yeah, I'm like naked in my living room scratching my balls. Like, okay. That's all bending. It's Barrasso, but it is authentic. View. Yes, congratulations. You're being honest about being terrible, which I guess is sort of better. Maybe, but yeah, I in terms of sort of wrap all this. I think if you search my game like the third party arc wherever is like. One of the first things that comes up. I'm I'm a pretty committed opponent to the third party project states terrifically worried about votes spoiling, all of that is said I d- cuts of the problem. I think that third parties otherwise have a lot heavily offer. If this managed to solve that problem. But Democrats, yeah. In terms of like authenticity, laying cool. I when you're going to run for president like I've seen a headline on politico today of Comal Harris saying, oh, she's still playing coy about whether she's going to run for president that seemed a small thing. But it's like everyone knows that bullshit. We all know you're running to say, you're running. Yeah. I would love to see a campaign that from the beginning is just like I'm pretty much just going to be a really good person liberal version of Donald Trump and gonna wear my thoughts on my sleeve, and you know, that doesn't necessarily date to some strategically. But don't. The obviously yard boilerplate stuff. When you know that everyone knows what all that stuff means. The beta soul search campaign, right? I think that the best way to put it is that it is true that like, mathematically, if you just look at the votes that, you know, the third party candidates guy that Bernie writings got whatever in the states where Trump narrowly won and got the electoral college victory. It's mathematically just through the third party spoiled the election for Hillary for Hillary Clinton, David Donald Trump fight the thing that again, see, and this is where they're really not getting the anger of the public agree with the public anger inset, the DNC the Democrats should never in a million years then in a scenario where their candidate was within ten points striking distance Donald Trump, the idea that Hillary Clinton was horrible too, easy two or three percent in there for using the entire election is absolute madness. Donald Trump was the most unpopular candidates in American history by a country mile except for Hillary Clinton was running fiber eight. Points behind the entire time. And she's the second most unpopular whole time. So yes, third party spoiled it. Yes, there's like all random notes chance things that they couldn't have really controlled. But at the end of the day, Hillary Clinton should have had a ten point lead. And even if all that stuff that happened any unshipped advocate twenty seven point the idea that the Democrats could not find a way to be trumped. There's no amount of third parties or events in the world that can give you excuse for that. Boom. Well, I think that is going to shut down this episode of don't worry about the government who I did there too because we're gonna government shutdown. Okay, fine. Whatever the homemade set. Don't worry the.

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"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"If these are just corporations in you have a small problem that is generating a small financial problem that is generating big problems. You do a territorial buyout. You. Don't you? Don't blame them you buy them. And then you move on with your life. Now on the other hand if the goal of the DNC is to continually use them as a scapegoat. Then you don't buy them off because you need them because you have no other real argument to to throw at your voters. I want the DNC and the GOP to elevate their arguments. I want to hear what they have to say when they can't blame it on someone else. Yeah. And that that has been we're now going to get a little off in the waves. But this has been a thing as we talk about third party, as I think about a lot, which is that the Democrats in my opinion. Still don't have a real honest to themselves or to the public. Narrative as to why they lost in two thousand sixteen when they shouldn't have. And I worry that you know, we go back to Jill Stein. We go back to Russia and different things that happened along the way James Komi without maybe necessarily looking at the kind of underlying fundamentals of Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine as a ticket. Yeah. I also think that that's right. This is something that you're probably never going to get from the number of the DNC. I think they're constitutionally incapable of offering it. But I also think in in the spirit of the Domino's campaign. It would be nice for the Democrats to do that. I eat a moment of authenticity. Right. Like, we are in the political era of authenticity. And that's what no one's getting. I mean, it's amazing to see all of the parties. Still like, I mean, the Republicans are getting it. But like in the dumbest possible manifestation of authenticity is like authenticity of like..

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"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Yeah. Tight flex. I hear what some folks are saying about our stuff this month's bad worst excuse for pizza. I've ever had this off tastes like up. Totally. Void of flavor. When you first hear it. It's it's it's shocking. The cardboard complaint is the most common one this speaker over and over and over. I mean that hits you right in the heart. This is what we've done. This is what I've done for twenty five years now can either use negative comments to get you down. Or you can use them to excite you and energize your process of making a better pizza. We did the latter. Most companies hide the criticism that they're they're getting and we actually faced it head on some people didn't go this credit for the taste of our product. That's what we're fixing we listen to our consumers, and they want us to be better. And we want them to be happy. We want people to love our pizza. This is what's driving us. This is what's lit a fire under us. This is what's making us wanna get better. I basically think that the green party needs to do a dominoes that they need to come out and say, look we we get what has historically sucked about third parties. And we're sorry. We don't own all VIP. But we we understand where the anger comes from. And we're doing things differently now, I think particularly with the greens that they're the most viable of the third parties. Which is why I'm spending so much time on them. I think the libertarians are a loss. 'cause I I mean, I still at this point think of the guy stripping down naked at the libertarian convention to reveal that he had white power tattoo sort of the image of the libertarian party. I have right now a bunch of disorder as. The libertarian party is hopeless because the whole thing is like I think both parties are very narrow bliss because it's just did by definition. It attracts people that are very ideologically hard line. They're not thinking in terms of strategy or compromise or anything like that to the extent that's a problem with the greens. I think that's a super sized steroids problem with libertarians. I've never middle ever -tarian in my entire life. That's capable of compromising so much totally doing the dishes. So I don't really think that there's much of a prospect there for strategy. I think that if you were trying to lake gain good public will just thinking of what the parties would have to do to demonstrate they're not like what they used to be the Domino's campaign, which I think is really a good idea for them. I'd accept a public tar and feathering of Jill Stein by the green party, or I would accept a public Tarn feathering of all members of the green party. But Gary Johnson, wait gear Johnson's not the green party. Libertarian. No, no, no, not a party slips. No, no for the liberty. No. He's not a good fit for the green party. But for the libertarian party lakes. Sadly, I think he's probably one there. He's one of their better f- presentative. It's not their best one. I mean, he beats Wayne Allyn root by ten country miles. I mean, like, I went on routes demented, man. So any other final thoughts on third parties here guys? Well, one of the one of the promotions that I do. Wish to to to see us as as a sort of experiment. I would like to see the DNC by the green party out of the swing states. And I'd like to see the GOP by the libertarians out of the swing states for for reasons that there there's there's a lot of of benefits for both of them. But the main benefit is is for the voter and. If you are a voter who is easily persuaded by the scapegoat argument, and then the party, either DNC or GOP, no longer can use that scapegoat argument. I want those main parties to have to elevate their arguments now whether or not the green party or the libertarians are spoiler. They are seen as the spoiler. And they are used as the spoiler in. I want the DNC and the GOP to elevate their game in this way. They should be willing to pay off these parties, for instance, with the DNC if you're a three quarter billion dollar in which they were twenty sixteen and you have a five million dollar problem or less, which is the green party..

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Don't Worry About The Government

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"But he does are typically to clear vision of what he wants. And that's what they need. They certainly would benefit from that. I completely agree with that one one more thing. I would add on is that the greens in the libertarians need to cut ties in kind of a strong and public way with Russia today RT America, I think that is good to get exposure for your party and RT has always. Been willing to give the greens and libertarians media exposure. But our T is getting something out of the deal as well. And I think the the trade off is not worth it. Although I understand the appeal of getting camera time, but I think the other part of it now, especially for the greens is Jill Stein, and her relationship with RT and Russia, obviously sitting at a dinner table with Mike Flynn, Vladimir Putin. She creates a real problem, a cloud that will continue to hang over the green party's head until they won rid themselves of Jill Stein, and to rid themselves of RT America relationships in a very strong invisible way. And this is where the voting strategy that promote and are not trying to shoehorn promise. But. This is where this is disarms the in it disarms this problem very cleanly because if you are not actively seeking swing state votes, or if you're even denying the ballot access in swing state votes. A does Russia even care about meddling or or intervening through you? And be if you are a voter looking at the party, and you see them not actively campaigning in swing states. Are you even concerned about that from the are definite perspective? And when you are only going after the votes that are the low hanging fruit and safe states. Russia doesn't want to have anything to do with you. And no one thinks you have anything to do with Russia. I think really what we're saying here kind of in unison is that they need to do. This is a weird reference. You remember Domino's when they did? Their pizza rebrand campaign about ten years ago, where they're like, hey, we read the reviews our pizzas. Domino's pizza crust to me is like cardboard..

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Don't Worry About The Government

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"The best example that I like to use that isn't fortunately alive, and well in that party is you have a large group of people who are either libertarian or considering libertarian as as voting. Option who are very drug decriminalization. They are very pro drug decriminalization to some degree. But with every drug decriminalization movement comes the we will decriminalize this. But now it is taxed at either the state or the federal low and with that comes the libertarian cannibalism of oh, well taxation is Steph. So I don't know exactly how much they splinter themselves. It's like where are they right now as Donald Trump is proposing using eminent domain and the military to take a whole bunch of land from ranchers to build a giant wall. I mean, this sounds like something from Ron Paul newsletter. Like an Alex Jones dystopia, remember, Jade, helm and all this stuff. They used to worry about that. I just had a flashback where golden oldies. Yeah. I wither the libertarian movement. Now, I mean for be it for me to say that maybe they're ideologue is a cover for something else. It's sad to say Jane helm feels like those were the nice good old Helsing days of your FEMA death camp, sell, man. What is it about? All these FEMA stations being built everywhere. Yes. I know in this sense. The green party as a party has an ideology that doesn't contradict itself. It's more a more fish, right? Like, that's the thing is like there's the environmental wing of the green party. But then you get I'm going to get his name wrong. But I think it's odd Baraka who talks about. Yeah. About reparations and stuff, which is a complete political nonstarter. I mean, we we can debate the moral right or wrong of it or whether or not should have been done. But the idea that like that would ever be something that you could pitch to the center of the country of. Like, an we're going to do a reparation and who you're going to caucus with. Yeah. Right. Come on. That is the other thing that the green party really has to do is. It has titan itself up considerably the Democrats run into this problem right now a little bit where you know, they're they're almost like getting in certain ways a bit too popular for their own good recreate this big tent party situation. And you have a huge variance of what people actually think the party stands for the green party is a really small example of that. But I also think it's almost like a big tent party in that. It's like a clearinghouse for literally anyone that doesn't fit into the Democratic Party on the left, which is not really I think what the green party was originally going for. I think the idea of the green party was to be green. It was kind of a single issue party. But I think the green party is known eater. At least gave them clear it, right? Yeah. And that's the thing is is a candidate is going to give you clarity, you have to orient your party's platform around and actually human being who can sort of live. That platform and remind people that this is who the green party is. But I think even now people are kind of confused as the green party like an environmentalist party. Is it just basically like a party for socialist? But they don't like the socialist party because it's even less popular. So they joined the green party is a Reform Party. It's really difficult to tell what they want to do. And it's gonna be that way until they get someone that is a very good Representative for their views, certainly not Jill Stein. I haven't seen really anyone. I mean Nater I have my problems with him..

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"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Probably even just this is the best one. Let's direct all of our efforts towards a single candidate. You will see a definite bump up in vote totals for that candidate for sure that would help them to the democratic primary, and you know, the only thing that the second best thing to actually getting your party to win is to slowly take over one of the major parties. And I think that this is really a method for doing that. I think one of two to go off of that middle point. One of the reasons I I have to believe it takes so long for them to nominate a candidate is because their campaigns are so focused on swing states, the optics are so terrible post mortem that they have to consider and reconsider in reconsider. Whom are we going to go with and hit the reset button and not lose our base and gain converts? Can we do this with Gary Johnson again where who do we pick? And there is always such terrible post mortem optics after every election cycle that it takes them that long just to come up with some sort of consensus on who. Can we put out there that will give us another chance to do better in the swing states where we once again will suffer terrible optics? I mean, it's it's such a negative feedback loop in the swing states that I think it takes them that long just to just to decide who were going to throw up there on the gauntlet again. And see if if if if they stick for some reason, it it it has such terrible byproducts, and it generates. So few votes in comparison on than both of these parties have internal problems too. So we without to get back to the green and libertarian specific conversations with the libertarian party. There was this moment it felt like around the financial crisis in two thousand eight especially with the Iraq war war fatigue war on terror fatigue. What we were starting to learn about how the Iraq war is being conducted. There was this real libertarian moment that felt possible. But there's an ideological rift inside of the libertarians that carved out civil liberties entirely because you have the cosmopolitan libertarians who are more like a taco truck on every corner, which is kind of a shorthand for open immigration immigrants or good and also lighten up regulation and stuff like that. And that's a fine sentiment. It's thought I disagree with a lot. But it doesn't say anything about civil liberties. And then meanwhile, in the other part of the country outside of the city's the libertarians that exists such as they do tend to be a lot more the ilk of Alex Jones, the type of people who might buy survival seeds and stock up on doom bunker and wonder if building a wall along the southern border is not a violation of the non aggression principle in between those two riffs. There's really been no civil liberties plank. I mean, you know, rand Paul's not even really that good of a civil libertarian. Right. So I mean, I think that has really hurt the libertarians, and I don't really know how they kind of calm themselves down and find a candidate that actually can appeal back to the center..

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"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"I think you actually have to make the case for libertarianism. Make the case for green ISM make the case for whatever ISM you like. And then tell you get the money, Sean, what do you think of a bunch of things to respond to hear? I guess I'll start by saying that I think that you do need to strike a balance between the candidates qualities, and and you know, what they're actually saying what the ideas. Of their fighting for to really, well known psychological thing. I mean, most people in politics, they have no idea what they're talking about or not really paying attention. So, you know, people use personality people use people as heuristic for what they should be doing what they should be thinking. I sadly think a lot of the effect of being in the debate would be to look at a third party candidate and say, there's a competent looking fellow. And now once I've decided that they look like they're presidential all start listening to the things that they say, so I don't think that this takes the pressure off the libertarian and green parties to field very competent looking representatives of of their position that are able to speak well in public that are able to trade back and forth with the candidates on stage. Well, that have hopefully, some background and government. So they at least seem like they have a little bit of a real experience. They're they're not gonna win. And that's the point of this idea and moving. To that. I think that's a really good idea for the third parties. I think that there's this tendency that they, you know, people in third parties, they're really motivated by ideology above all else. They believe in a certain set of ideas, they're not willing to compromise on them people like that have a tendency to kind of have a bull's strategy. So to speak of like, there's one way to get what I want and that's deterrence forward towards this quickly as possible. And I think that what the libertarian the green party other third parties need to do if they want to have any relevance at all. 'cause we haven't talked about this yet, but standard political science. Disclaimer third parties we live in a first-past-the-post system that they cannot win mathematically they can't. But that's not to say that the energy that is there on the third party end of things can't be redirected in a more positive way. And when I say that I mean one we can get them out of the way of votes spoiling by getting them to four. Focus less on winnable. Swing states and focus more on states. That are just set their safe. Get them up there. Five percent threshold like Brian's says the trigger some money and some other things that that's you know, that's an attainable goal for them. And it's something that prevents them from having a devastating effect on the major parties, which I think is a huge part of why they having negative reputation in society is I mean, if all you do is every once in a while, you know, you wake up walk around and like ruin everyone's life. It doesn't really matter. What you're saying? They're gonna look at you like, you're the bad guy. And so I think stopping being the bad guy is the first thing that they need to do. The second thing is that there is probably an opportunity for third parties to provide a real service to the country. They can act as alternative mouthpieces for different points of view that are put out there if they do. So in a way, that's basically non-threatening, but just constantly bringing up. Hey, this is the thing that neither party is bringing up one thing. People don't get is like. Partisanship is super strong. But it's not strong in the sense of positive partisanship. Where people feel really good about their own team. It's mostly that people feel really awful about the other team. They hate the opponents rather than they love their own team. And so I actually think that we're pretty ripe is a society for having sort of a third party candidate come in and kind of do a pox over both your houses kind of move Democrats, Republicans alike, we'd probably be responsive that depending on the actual content of the message, but they're not going to be listening..

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"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"That's gonna run clearly on the left side of things. So naturally that would normally pull centre-left people in from the Democrats over to him. But this is also an election where there's a lot of Republicans have been doing a lot of knows holding about Trump for a very long time. And so is sort of adult in the room. Centrist is someone that might appeal to those people as well. So. Potential opportunities for spoiler. If there's a big push for one of those demographics, not the other if they split them and cancel out. That's the only way I could see that not being the biggest spoiler scenario. Yeah. I think a lot of that phenomenon too can be attributed to the fact that there is no quote unquote, moderate Trump position like you can't make Trump light. Right. Like the Trumpism it's about the intensity on one level of curious how he chooses to run as well. Who wears he campaigning for the votes that he's getting is he going to Leech off of the swing state limelight or is he going to carve zone, passive speak? If if he does the typical third party move where you squander all of your money in swing states for a, you know, so that you definitely have some chance at. The national stage just by being in a place where the the the national attention is if if you're not interested in creating your own audience and just leaching off of the the swing state limelight. So to speak. I. I don't know where where does he where does he poach from an really who uses Samba's, the scapegoat, the quickest and like Sean says, let when you're a centrist. You're not really in center because the center of politics isn't in the between the two parties, there's the kind of the center party. And then there's the party to the right of that. So when you say centrist that's going to make the DNC more afraid of you than the GOP. And and so this when you already know you're going to have a far left in a far right party marginalizing the vote so to speak on the Democrats should be more frayed of them. Yeah. I think he poses a larger problem. Hypothetically speaking in this is deeply hypothetical. But I think that the third party challenger like Schultz poses a big problem to the anti. Coalition. I think the rhetorical canyon. So I think both you guys are right. And I think I'm also right? And I just want everyone to be right here. But, but I think there's actually a way to kind of harmonize all three of these views. So the rhetorical canyon between Trump and the Democratic Party it it's just a shooter cliff face like you can't modulate yourself for Torah cly and still be within the Trump realm. You have to do it intense. You have to be like Steve king if you're going to run like that. But I think Brian's also right in the sense that you know, you do have to parties and neither of them are particularly left. And so when you say someone's running as a centre-left candidate what you're really saying is that they're running as a on democrat. They're running his new coke. And I think then there's the third problem here of where would a centrist candidate be able to find television coverage between MSNBC CNN and FOX it's favorable to them. Because if you can't get that. We we've seen that be a real problem in the past. This is something that I think also Brian brings up which is interesting, you know, brains talking about sort of the the where he's going to run, and, you know, this this'll be a transition in a second talk about some of Brian's ideas for improving third party politics. It's worth kind of thinking before we even get to that just say that independent wealthy candidates running sort of from the center are going to have a very different look at third party strategy than an actual third party..

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"dominos" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on High Noon

"Says I Williams that have scoring thirty points on thirteen sixteen shooting last night three or four from deep. Pablo scary. Would it be Zeid becomes a three point threat? Like, we don't have a good comparison for him. Now, if he were to start shooting threes, he would be the greatest NBA player of all time like the ceiling on him. I mean, we say this a lot, but literally wouldn't exist. What is there that he cannot do if he does that a lot more in the the question within the NBA is really going to be who is he going to guard. I mean because he can block shots. But I don't know if that necessarily makes him a rim protector. But I think that people are a little behind the curve on this. He had long ago demonstrated that he's got a strong face. The basket game has got strong vision. The is the next part to go. Now, Rex Chapman made a very strong comparison from Zion all Twitter where you said Rodney Rogers in college was somebody that reminded him of Zion. Now, of course, you have to just for EROs because Williamson is just the next level athlete in a way that even Rodney Rogers back then was not. But I see similarity. In their games. Remember, Rodney Rogers, basically volved into in the NBA, which was a three point shooter. Yeah. There is a chance that that is around the quarter design because look if I was I I'd never saw a three point shot in my life. What? Hell, but I'll be out here. Standing fall away shooting three pointers when dunk it on these little kids in the Christian school like he was in high school. And that's the problem. He hates being classified as a dunker. The issue is that he's too good at dunking and Bomani Jones, Kim card dashing would love to be known as more than a posterior, but her content is to viral. And so is this man, he's been dunker long-time somehow think that he should hear that? And take it as a compliment. What are you talking about popular pus coming next Jerry Jones got a bad new boat? I feel like the whole coaching staff factual where Cangos that Byron left which Todd Bowles that can go get a little being breaking though. Is there not a sponsorship deal? The may remember that he won't wear can go it wouldn't let them make NFL kangol. So he could wear his you can legalize celebrations. You can legalize kangols. Today's number. Two hundred and fifty million dollars. Which is how much Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spent on his new super yacht. It is three hundred fifty.

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High Noon

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on High Noon

"Originally read the article as e cardinals dot com that announced the higher the cliff kings barriers there. Hey coast is learning that detail make you believe more or less in their process. It has to be less because the process involved having that in there than taking it out. But still leaving some of it which tells me that yes. The the NFL is the high school cafeteria that we all liked to joke about and this dude through through Bros. Most this is apparently transferring his genius to all of his friends, and that's just something that if you got to sell it in the press release tells me a little bit flimsy. But again, I don't even think there's going with broS Moses. Right. They think like sodomy base. Thirty two years old it had to offer the quote, I'm not old enough to have a coaching treated. All right. They really think that this guy and once is the singular individual genius. And also believe that you can go find another one like those those two things cannot exist at the same time. I don't know about this is who is the audience for line. Like like who do they think they're going to tell that these friends would Sean McVay, and they're going to be like, okay, everything's cool. It don't seem to be working on us. Do they think that this is going to work on the fans like who there was like don't forget to put in that MAG detail like SEO on the internet where would to make sure his name comes up to Google search? That's right. No, it's very very strange, by the way, there is a very low bar at work here because by NFL standards, I suppose he's an innovator. Even though he's running the air raid, which was developed a j five Mike Leach in a lineage of college coaches, and yes, by NFL standards. I suppose he is a winning Ryan Gosling type person, but those are both bars that are very easy for a due to jump over. If no one else is really. Trying to run that this is worth noting about owners in the NFL not correct about like all the way of these exit. Basically you own NFL team. But you make your money doing something completely different therefore out here guessing this what they do next, quote, Mr. reads tests were randomly generated. There is no evidence of targeting. Read a joint statement from the NFL and NFL PA denying that read was targeted by their drug testing program. Read claims he's been tested seven times by the random programs of what you make of that statement. Well, the difficulty in this is read seems to have a dispute with them about how many drug tests took and that seems to be something that can pretty easily be determined one would believe right. But I don't know what to say about this. Because it seemed like he was getting drug tested a lot. It seemed to be against would mathematics would say would be random. But if both sides of saying this, I'm not into position to argue with it. Yeah, we need to see the documents. We need to see the numbers. There is an independently produced report apparently that notably the union also signed off on it as much as Eric read is not necessarily best buds with these Smith and the union that does carry added weight. And so we have to wonder is the discrepancy in the number of tests claimed is at seven versus six verses five or is it. Something like seven verses six versus one or two because that does make this gentleman book terrible. If it is the latter. Well, that's the thing is he lying about the number of tests for what it's worth he seemed to give us updates as it went along reason to believe that it was in fact, a lot of tests we heard about a lot of tests in time period that was short enough that raises the question if this is not the way read seem to indicate that it was then I suppose that it's not. But remember what they said there is there's no evidence of targeting doesn't necessarily mean didn't have. No. But let us be the judge of some. I mean help. Quote, kinda hey being classified as dunker..

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High Noon

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"dominos" Discussed on High Noon

"And now, you are totally right. He said that he believes James can win it all that is a level of optimism that I don't think many people share both due to onfield feel concerns. I am one of those people, but that is absolutely in a contract year. What they are hoping for from what I would be very curious to know this. I don't have a great gauge all James is the consensus among like the non fan media people potentially as the extent for broad James bec because they didn't really have a better option than banks one year. It is possible that with James west. It is is a quarterback in the NFL. His achilles heel is the one you don't want it to be which turned the ball over. But he's probably. Going to around average border back in the league we've seen that you can win Super Bowls. If that interception rate comes down that is definitely doable. Last name Vic Fangio Fangio the bears highly respected defensive coordinator will be the next Bronco's coach corn to Mike Florio Fangio was so hell bent on being a head coach that he was willing to do whatever. John Elway wants including letting Elway pick his staff. Bo does that arrangement makes. All right. This is another skipped over old guy who finally got to a place. It was just like fine. Somebody's going to give him the job. And now he is the one who has it lucky for him. The one thing Elway seems to have imparted upon him. Gary kubiak run your offense. You can do a lot worse. Yeah. You can do a lot worse to run you off that seems like it'll probably be a good fit. But man, you cannot walk into a job prostrate yourself in way to this man has say you could pick my staff. All right. You officially have no say so in your staff from here on out because John Elway's, not your. Yeah. The politics of this. That's where I wonder if a guy who hasn't been a man is under rating all of Brown's Ian dysfunction that can follow. When by the way. John Elway is seemingly entering this year embarking on a referendum that has been rare for him. Right. We have heard the rumors. We have heard the doubts in the criticisms of Elway. But he brings in a guy in Fangio who was the head of the best defense by far in the league last year with the problem was not the defense defense was fifth. Best buy in the NFL last year. It's the offense. And so is he actually investing where to should truly be? I mean, that's the thing though. You don't only invest in the offense via the head coach right to get away from this logic. Gary kubiak is good at running an office. Gary kubiak, you may have forgotten accident Super Bowl ring. Have you done? Right. Gary kubiak is investing in the office like saying that you've got a defensive guys your head coach doesn't mean that you're not investing in the office. You're just not saying the only thing that matters about being the head coach is. Being the offense coordinator, and we are taking that guy who was the guy with the bears defense. And we're given von Miller, we're giving them all these other. Do he may not have Khalil Mack steel, but that's still Vic Fangio coordinate, a monstrously talented defend absolutely. My concern is simply that John Elway. We are banking on him once again being an evaluator. But we're not ways that we really should in the end they quarterback, right? Like if Gary kubiak is not go Soo back up and go out there. The biggest issue still remains that they do. In fact, Mead. A because the guy who's one of the best quarterbacks ever has been not so great at picking people who could look like him. Of course. John Elway certainly know something about playing quarterback, but what made him good at quarterback. I could see, but I didn't think crazy train. I think that Elway might turn into something. Just oh coming up next Zay Williamson hitting threes. Now. Listen to this show to apple podcasts for mommy's to. I've got a podcast. Where's yours Pablo? The river spear seventeen. How funny would it be though, somebody came through the bucks of hey, you guys to do a runner ruled interview. What are you talking about? We hired to do with Pango. That's right. He has so many kangol Paul alliance has tangles as a check box. Some like I mean, he did hire bar left with anti-abuse. Did I quote Kingsbury is friends with ram coach, Sean McVeigh?.

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