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"don van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 2 d ago

"don van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Their kids to gun violence, two of her sons were killed in shootings. But I could certainly help Another mother, another father. Another family. From taking the pain and hope that I've been feeling. Row Adams says the community needs to work with the police and their district attorney to prevent more shootings. And a midtown branch of the New York public library is closing WNYC's culture and arts reporter Benjamin says more. The New York public library announced on Friday that the Grand Central branch will close before the end of the year. The branch was opened in 2009 as a temporary site, while two larger nearby branches were under construction. Those other branches have since reopened. And seligman has been a regular at the Grand Central branch from the start. She says it's a loss for the neighborhood. I am sad that the community is losing a place that had over 15 years come to feel less like a temporary library and more like a real piece of the community. The library will cease operations when it's currently leases up on December 1st. Looking forward to clear skies tonight a low of 65° tomorrow sunshine returns decent humidity actually for the Dominican day parade tomorrow looking for a high of 83. Our next shot at rain, despite the fact we are in a severe drought, our next shot is pretty slight and it comes Monday afternoon. Right now we are at 78° in Manhattan under sunny skies. It's WNYC. Hey everybody, I'm John Don van, and this is agreed to disagree from intelligence squared. And today we are debating a choice that has to be made

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"don van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | Last month

"don van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to intelligence squared U.S., I'm John Don van. Let's get back to our debate. So you've heard the first two opening statements and next up on the screen, making a statement in support of the motion to expand the Supreme Court here is Dahlia lithwick, Dahlia the screen is yours. Thank you so much. John and to my esteemed co panelists, this is like watching the Harlem globetrotters and it's just a thrill to be here. You know, as I started to prep for this debate, it occurred to me that in fact the Supreme Court was doing the bulk of the work for me in the last couple of weeks. You know, you've just heard my opponents suggest that we are not currently in desperate times. I just want to flag for those of you who are not watching the court TikTok the way we are, that just in the last few weeks, the court reinstated a very controversial remain in Mexico policy made constitutionally permissible abortion impossible to achieve for 90% of the pregnant people in Texas, all that was done on its shadow docket. The court's been happy on the shadow docket to set aside an eviction moratorium, happy on its shadow docket to change COVID restrictions. This is all being done unsigned. We don't quite know what the law is. And this is being done while justice is Barrett and Breyer are taking to the hustings. They're spending their time telling us how to think about the Supreme Court. Instructing us as justice Barrett did just very recently sitting next to Mitch McConnell that justices are apolitical and we need to think about them that way and by the way, slagging the press as she did so, this all feels to me like something of a crisis and I guess I slightly slightly push back on the notion we're not in desperate times. I think the court has done an immense amount of mischief in secret

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"don van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | Last month

"don van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Back. I'm John Don van, and this is intelligence squared U.S.. Let's jump right back into our discussion. You've heard the first two opening statements and now onto the third ladies and gentlemen, Bjorn blomberg. Thank you. The question in front of you is, can humans adapt to climate change? And the overwhelming answer is, yes, because we've done so in many different ways before. We're very adapt to species. We live pretty much everywhere on the planet. We live in frigid Greenland and in hot humid Singapore we live where hurricanes hit or where floods strike, we live in the driest of deserts or in Seattle, we live everywhere. We live on ranges that are much grander than anything climate can throw at us. And that's because we already adapt. This is the stuff that we're really good at. We know this across a wide range of areas. So we have good studies that show that we adapt to all of the negative impacts from climate change. So both for heat waves, for droughts for storms and for floods, we've become better and better at handling these problems. That means that the damage costs both in terms of dead and in terms of impact, have gone down, both for rich and for poor countries. Why? Because we adapt. But of course, my esteemed opponents are going to say, sure, maybe we could adapt, but it's going to get much worse in the future. No. That's not what the models show us. So take, for instance, hurricanes. We know hurricanes are going to be more ferocious because of global warming. That's absolutely true. But because we're also more resilient because we're also rich because we know how to deal with that much better. The model showed that we will actually see less damage in percent of GDP by the end of the century because of hurricane actually it'd be about half. And we know this across a wide range of areas is actually true. So take, for instance, the UN estimate that by the end of the century, we will be much better off as a civilization. If you take their middle scenario, the middle of the road scenario as they call it, the average person in the world will be 450% as rich as he or she is today. That's a fantastic achievement. But that's without climate change. So what will climate change do? Well, we know because there's lots of people who spend a lot of time looking at this and what they found was if you take a look at the models that underpin Biden's climate administrations, arguments, or if you take the only climate economist who has ever won the Nobel Prize in climate economics, they show us that yes, climate change will mean we will be less well off. So instead of being 450% as rich by the end of the century, we will only be 434% of the stretch. That's a problem. But it's not the end of the world actually. It's still a much, much better world. Thank you. You're in Lombard. Thank you, Bjorn. And our final debater will be answering no to the question can humans adapt to climate change. Here is kave Madonna, ladies and gentlemen, covey

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"don van" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"don van" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And that's that's what we're kind of thinking about this computation. Yeah and it's modeled after humans. Humans do stuff. And and i think it's a during says in thirty six paper. One of the critical facts here is that human has a limited amount of memory. So that's what we're gonna put unto Mechanical computers so so i'm like i'm like mass or charge or yeah it's it's not given by the universe it was. This is what we're gonna co computation and then it has this really You know it had this really good implementation which is completely changed out technological world. that's computation. Second part of the book. I o argument about two by two matrix with Science top engineering. The bottom road left column is intelligence. Right column is life so in the bottom row. The engineering artificial intelligence and out of life in the top road neuroscience and abby genesis. How does living matter turn has nonliving living matter become living better four disciplines these four disciplines all came into the current form in the period nineteen forty five nineteen sixty five as interesting there was neuroscience before but it wasn't affective neuroscience These ganglion electrical charges. But no one knows what to do. And furthermore the door a lot of players who common across the i've got a identified commonplace except for out official intelligence have genesis. I don't have any other pair. I can point to people who work and a whole bunch from by the way what. The research lab for electron ix at mit Where Warren mcculloch held held hopeful and Mcculloch pits Let them maturana. Wrote the first paper on functional neuroscience called what the frog's i toast the frogs brain where instead of just being a bunch of nerves they sort of showed what different ama- chemical components would doing and telling other anatomical components and you know generating behavior in the trump. Would you put them as basically the fathers or the one of the early pioneers of what are now called artificial neural networks. Yes we mcculloch pitts. pits was much younger than him in nineteen forty-three had written a paper inspired by bertrand russell on a calculus for the ideas immanent in neural systems. Where they had tried to without any real proof they had tried to give a formalism for neurons basically in terms of logic and gates or gates nuggets with with no real evidence that that was what was going on. But they they talked about it and that that was picked up by kaminsky for his nineteen. Fifty-three dissertation on which was wasn't neural network. We call it today. It was picked up by Don van noy man when he was designing the ed beck computer in nineteen forty five. He talked about its components being neurons based on references. He's only got three references in the mcculloch pitts paper so all these people and then the people and the artificial life people which was john layman originally as overlap between all. They're all going around the same time and three of these four disciplines turn to computation as their primary metaphor so i i've got a couple of chapters in the book. One is titled wait computers up people because that's where computers came from and you know from people who computing and not have to wait people a computers which is about computational neuroscience yes so there's this whole circle here that computation is it and you know i have talked to people about. Maybe it's not computation. That goes on in the head. of course it is. Yeah okay well. When yvonne mosques rocket goes up is it computing is that how gets into all but by computing. But we've got this idea if you want to build an ai system. You're ride a computer program in Also the word computation very quickly starts. Doing a lotta work..

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"don van" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"don van" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So donned the newest back story. Your investigative docu series for espn focuses on the tail of man. Tie tayo who is on the one hand this college football phenomenon. Who led notre dame to an undefeated regular season back in twenty twelve true but he is more infamously remembered sports fans for being catfish te. It was reported confirmed that tao's girlfriend. His then girlfriend who he claimed had died of cancer was actually not a real person and so don this is just one of the strangest sports stories. All the last decade i would contend ever actually so what made you wanna revisit. The story of mankind tail for backstory. Because all these years later there's so many questions that have lingered don van natta is a pulitzer prize winning reporter and host of the espn docu series. Back story. remember. We all bought into this incredible fable. And that's the word for it. It was a story that was too good to be true. Tale elected to come back for his senior season. Not only will he leave. That program has one of its greatest defensive players but also as one of its most beloved the media swooned over it as fans we all loved it and then we found out it was completely false. Notre dame says tale has told them he's been the victim of a hoax perpetrated by others. What do you make of this with raises questions about why the media fell for the story. Were there warnings at anti had during that autumn that maybe he set aside. I would argue. Pablo that all these years later. We still have these questions about whether anti was complicit or not. What did manton know. And when did he know it. And so for me. And for the backstory team. The whole conceit of the series. Go back on sports stories. You think you know we felt. There was a lot of room to run here and do reporting and try to answer some of these lingering questions all these years later

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The Tale of Manti Teo

ESPN Daily

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The Tale of Manti Teo

"So donned the newest back story. Your investigative docu series for espn focuses on the tail of man. Tie tayo who is on the one hand this college football phenomenon. Who led notre dame to an undefeated regular season back in twenty twelve true but he is more infamously remembered sports fans for being catfish te. It was reported confirmed that tao's girlfriend. His then girlfriend who he claimed had died of cancer was actually not a real person and so don this is just one of the strangest sports stories. All the last decade i would contend ever actually so what made you wanna revisit. The story of mankind tail for backstory. Because all these years later there's so many questions that have lingered don van natta is a pulitzer prize winning reporter and host of the espn docu series. Back story. remember. We all bought into this incredible fable. And that's the word for it. It was a story that was too good to be true. Tale elected to come back for his senior season. Not only will he leave. That program has one of its greatest defensive players but also as one of its most beloved the media swooned over it as fans we all loved it and then we found out it was completely false. Notre dame says tale has told them he's been the victim of a hoax perpetrated by others. What do you make of this with raises questions about why the media fell for the story. Were there warnings at anti had during that autumn that maybe he set aside. I would argue. Pablo that all these years later. We still have these questions about whether anti was complicit or not. What did manton know. And when did he know it. And so for me. And for the backstory team. The whole conceit of the series. Go back on sports stories. You think you know we felt. There was a lot of room to run here and do reporting and try to answer some of these lingering questions all these years later

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"don van" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"By straight talk wireless some tweeters are writing and that the agent the don van Natta mentioned there are Emmanuel is the inspiration for the ari gold character in entourage I was not actually aware of that that is something that is new to me are you got it will be handling the Twitter account in the Instagram account all our social media over the course of the weekend we enjoyed it the last time he did it about a month ago and then things got crazy but now while we are have gone a month year of slightly less crazy and it's okay to fool around I guess a little more on social media Mike I wanted to ask you about something Vince McMahon's to god's got dragged in to this White House conference call with sports commissioners then I didn't feel like he belonged M. but he got there anyway because for whatever the reasons are professional wrestling has more credibility than it probably deserves given that we don't seem to treat it with the same sort of diligence about killing it athletes the way that we treat other sports that are unsafe wrestlers died early at a disproportionate rate I'm telling you during the pandemic when my crime was putting on every day some wrestling show from the nineties two thousand everybody was dead there was nobody still alive in wrestling and now when wrestling came in here's to gods and use the loophole first on Florida's open for business all right now a bunch of wrestlers are are sick all over the place right laugh where they've got a legitimate outbreak where sports is now returning for the money over the health of its people and the W. W. E. isn't getting any sort of criticism that I can see from any of you know mainstream outlets about like man this was really responsible and now you've got not surprisingly enough they're just getting the criticisms from the the entities that cover it which aren't considered mainstream journalistic ventures you can't get well I guess you can't because Vince McMahon proved that you can get the credibility credibility the legitimacy and none of the accountability because they kept doing this and they said that they were testing but you can play fast and loose with what testing means just taking someone's temperature that counts is testing so they were doing all these shows from their performance center without actually doing covert nineteen testing so there was no knowing who was a symptomatic wrestlers took it upon themselves to say Hey no I I think I'm feeling symptoms or I'm feeling uncomfortable but this is their job they don't get paid if they don't show up in many respects so they go to this performance center that doesn't have the proper protocols they start inviting fans in this is the height of the arrogance coming from Vince McMahon and WWE they start inviting some fans everybody in the audience not using face covers and then someone in that audience who is a friend or family member of one of the performers that's what they said started feeling symptoms tested positive then the actual testing for common nineteen amongst the talent and backstage personnel goes goes on I know you have north of two dozen positive test results and not a word from mainstream media you get the legitimacy you get the loopholes by being a professional sport because of an established relationship with the president this needs to be shut down the gods how is that possible can you explain to me how it's possible the professional wrestling okay and I don't want to get into semantics argument with the people who love professional wrestling but basic basically script choreography that is also scripted choreography that is also athletic okay I don't want to argue with you about whether it's a real sport or fake sport or whether what they do is dangerous or athletic it is athletic but everything there is scripted how is it that that gets into a conference call with the White House on sports returning with Vince McMahon as the leader and all he gets is the power and the money without any of the shame like how is that possible that that is something that is happening right now as we are coming back with sports and wrestling is trying to come back and we've been told that football is very dangerous because the contact sport wrestling obviously a contact sport where people are breathing all over each other and now because the testing was inadequate like how can you not come down on Vince McMahon with you like your testing how how can you be sloppy about this I you would fit well they're not going to come down on him because he's providing them with feel good plus people don't take it seriously you know care enough to come down on visit Bob McMahon on something so serious this is like it's very concerning what's going on in the state of Florida another record day today sixteen bow just wanted this out only sixty and I'm saying this because I was surprised it was only sixty eight of the three hundred and two NBA players that were tested only sixteen tested positive and now you're bringing them down to the state with the correct drivers is growing more rapidly than any other state United States like I don't know what we're doing here this seems it's indeed saying what went on here but it's all driven by money I have seen it take only sixteen let's put this in perspective this is almost exactly four months for four months after the initial shutdown of America in sports the premier league has has plenty of teams in it and bigger rosters they have accomplished ten full rounds of testing they get tested often right they are now in their second week second full week over resumption of play they've had eighteen positive tests throughout that we're in testing phase one with the NBA and they basically equaled what the flyers or tested positive in the premier league see what happened Ellis you daily close to forty it's an embarrassment in this kind that is stray dog is brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise less than five weeks until the NBA tips off.

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"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Who is the point person at the network for the Lebron? Group on the decision sat down with he was the first interview. We did actually a little over a year ago. And then Vince Doria. Who is the head of the news division? retired in two thousand fifteen. He also sat down and talked about the tensions inside the news division of trying to cover an event that the entertainment side you know, had every interest in in letting Lebron. Break the story versus the NBA insider so I think we're pretty fair, but tough on ESPN and I think that I hope that the audience will find that were down the middle, and and the issues that occurred at that time at the network Are you know are covered in-depth now? I will I. I Will Jimmy One disappoint was Jim. Gray declined to talk with me. WE TRIED? We ran into him multiple times. I really wanted to sit down with him and and ask him questions about those twenty three questions and the way it was handled and everything else. We have some reporting about that that we have in the show, but he just he would not sit down with me. Unfortunately, did they give you reason why any reason why? He wouldn't sit down, you know he did, and he never responded to my reaching out to him. He did speak briefly to our show runner Robert. Of great documentary filmmakers on Right Co-founder Review Sixty and just said he just didn't want anything to do with the project. it so so that that is a regret that we couldn't sit down with gray and hear his side of the story. I'm glad you brought that up because this was going to be my last question before we wrap I love a spoiler. If you don't give a spoiler, I totally understand I I'm really looking forward to seeing the skipper party and the Vince Doria part there about how? This went down with the SPN news versus Pinot containment, but if you can tell us if you can't you WANNA, save it for Sunday I understand. How did Jim Gray become? Those was that Lebron's pick was at ESPN's pick. How did that happen? Oh, no, I don't mind I. Don't mind discussing that, so this is interesting. This was a maverick Carter's pick so one of the things that we talked about in the show is. Is, this was really a a maverick. Carter production that the cameras belong to ESPN satellite uplink did but maverick and and Lebron by extension, but really maverick was calling the shots and Jim. Gray was not wanted by ESPN ESPN. Wanted one its own host, the duty, the late great stuart, Scott or Bobbly and in instead the Lebron camp, and mostly maverick insisted it. Be Jim Gray, and so it was Jim Gray so. That's kind of interesting and that would be. That would be amazing if that happened today because that would leak. And then have all the P. the Richard ideas the benched rouse's the Andrew Marr Shans by. Everyone would be ripping ESPN shreds for letting maverick Carter dictators the host of that sort of probably ten years ago. When social media wasn't what it is now. They got away with it, but not fly today. Yeah I. that's that's probably true, but an and looked at the interview with skipper is quite candid. I'm really proud of that. Interview of skipper sat down with me, and I think is quite revealing about what the incentives and motives ESPN had to do. The show this was one hour of network time that was donated to Lebron James the Lebron James Family. Family! Foundation made a two million dollar contribution. I found in its tax returns to the boys and girls clubs of America. So ESPN made no money on that one hour. The the money that the network made was on. You know the bumper programming the three hour pre show in to our Po- show and skippers very open about that I. Ask him in the in the Baxter episode, Jimmy I say did ESPN US Lebron. Lebron Lebron US ESPN, and he said it was mutual use, and so absolutely. Yeah, and so I. I just I was I was very happy to to be able to sit down with him and get him to talk about what the motives beyond what the motives were, and and and Y ESPN decided to do it. Including allowing the Lebron camp to pick the hosts that was going to ask the questions on its air well. Well I listen I get why I get why ESPN did it, and did it for no money, because then they are in the good graces and get access to the greatest athlete in the entire world. Who was the greatest athlete in the entire world ten years ago? Is Today in you, know they? You know when you need them to do something. Then you have access to him so I get it from that standpoint. I think though when you you know in you. Let them pick the hosts. That's where it gets a little dicey, but I guess you can't do the show unless he gets to pick the hotel. Yeah, and and you know what you're saying about about the access That's arguable that's that's not by the way with skipper or cling scales. Does all I'm sure they would? Not Jimmy. No, but I know, but what what I wanted to say about that, but the but the answer, though the skipper does give on that because I asked that question, you know from a business standpoint, you know. Why would you do this with this arrangement of donated? The our is answer on that I'll let viewers find out, but it's it's quite revealing. It's not about future access but more about that moment, and what was in it for espn at that moment Gotcha I look forward to that. I look forward to the whole show backstory the decision this. Sunday nine PM is pin pin. Had A you know no sports? It's been a documentary fest the last couple of months here so I'm sure this will be a good one looking forward to it. Thanks for coming on and. Spend a little time I appreciate it. Thank you Jimmy Joy it. Be well. I might thanks the Don. Van Natta enjoyed the conversation a lot looking.

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"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"And then maybe that would sort of take them off some of the interviews with them. We get some contradictions you know I. I think he's great from this like. When it comes to the virus what we need to do. It. How know didn't he say? Then he was saying at one point. He said he's not sure that would be a second way. It's the speculation I. Guess I have way he's came out once and said we may never shake hands again. That's the stuff I would maybe pull back on and stick to just the facts of the virus but I. Don't think it's a militias thing on his part. I think a lot of it has to. To do with the fact that he can't go out there and say what he wants to say, and then he ends up doing these interviews and he's doing so many these sports interviews. He's on every single platform. It seems like it might be just like a lesson more situation. Yeah, I agree and and I do think the mixed messaging has certainly rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and he. He doesn't say no to an interview. He's everywhere and he and he and he does. You're right Jim he? He will speculate if he's asked. What do you think there's should be Major League Baseball in October? He Says No, he you know. There's really no filters times with them right and and so yeah, it's frustrating for sports fans to hear those kinds of projections, but all I mean to say as you. You know his job is to get us through this and we sometimes forget that because certain things, he says we just don't want to hear in the moment and again not his full, but if he does an interview and says he doesn't Think Baseball Gets Rock Tober the sport fan, and in their head, says okay well, then what about the NFL, because the NFL's being played now there's no baseball. There's no. It just leads to more sort of anarchy. I think when he when he does that stuff, but again I don't think it's I think he's extremely well intentioned. I think it's just sort of a media PR issue. That would be nice if they can get it straightened out, but of course he can't, because his bosses a lunatic. Man. It's just the way it goes. This episode of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast is sponsored by sleep number. A healthy lifestyle should be easy, right? Eat Your veggies. Drink. Your Green smoothies exercise to get your heart rate up and then do some yoga. Bring your heart rate down. That is a lot..

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"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"This is what. And, people don't know that Novak Djokovic who doesn't believe in vaccines, which okay fine, but then he has to have a party with nobody wearing masks, the stupidity and the ignorance. It wears you down when it's constant, nonstop, everyday and even. Cheaper who you cannot create if you are a fiction writer Amore Benign figure right a guy who just wants to help people. Be Healthy. That's why he's here. He's been doing it since the Reagan administration. There's a target on him. People can't stand them. They don't want a lot of people in this country. They don't want to hear. Anything has to say in the always. Do is trying to help us. Well I'm sort of in that category now. He he he lost. It will here's to listen I. Think he is like he's very benign I think he has nothing but good intentions. I don't think I think he wants to do the right thing and my issue with him is I, think he should. He. His problem is that trump cut him off so now. We don't see FAUCI at briefings. And my issue with my only issue without you really is I think he should stop the interviews or get the flip flopping, and it might even be flip-flopping because listen like people got on him because in March, he said you don't need masks, but wear gloves because it can come from services now I believe that was his honest assessment. And in then researching more about corona, things change, they learn different things. And then it became about the mass that is a legitimate I have no issue with this my issue with vouchers, you know he does an interview with one sports outlet, and it's football. No problem then it's football can't happen, baseball should. My issue. Specifically about the sports things he's. He's been all over the map with it. And if it's that's why I want to hear Fao g about Corona and what we need to do about the coronavirus, his opinions on the sports stuff. I would less interviews with might be better for the. There has been some mixed messaging. Look, there's been mis mixed messaging from the administration all over the map and that's a big problem right. I mean there's no leadership. There's an assault. There's no leadership right and and I hear you on Fao, CI. He has contradicted himself, but it certainly seems lately. He's been more consistent just with his cynicism and with his. His warnings about whether we will have football or not whether Major. League. Baseball complain October It's been more of a drumbeat of doom when it comes to sports from at least from what I've heard in the last couple of weeks Jimmy and a lot of people in this country don't WanNa. Hear that so sports fans have shortly turned on him or many of them across the country and again my view of him as you say, it's got. The best intentions has been a perfect communicator. No, but as he's learned information to you know he certainly the voice of cynicism from the administration when there's very few of those. You, know absolutely and I again. I think part of the problem. Is that because? I think the guy should be on TV every day even if it's just for ten minutes given us a corona. And then maybe that would sort of take them off some of the interviews with them. We get some contradictions you know I. I think he's great from this like. When it comes to the virus what we need to do. It. How know didn't he say? Then he was saying at one point. He said he's not sure that would be a second way. It's the speculation I. Guess I have way he's came out once and said we may never shake hands again. That's the stuff I would maybe pull back on and stick to just the facts of the virus but I. Don't think it's a militias thing on his part. I think a lot of it has to. To do with the fact that he can't go out there and say what he wants to say, and then he ends up doing these interviews and he's doing so many these sports interviews. He's on every single platform. It seems like it might be just like a lesson more situation. Yeah, I agree and and I do think the mixed messaging has certainly rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and he. He doesn't say no to an interview. He's everywhere and he and he and he does. You're right Jim he? He will speculate if he's asked. What do you think there's should be Major League Baseball in October? He Says No, he you know. There's really no filters times with them right and and so yeah, it's frustrating for sports fans to hear those kinds of projections, but all I mean to say as you. You know his job is to get us through this and we sometimes forget that because certain things, he says we just don't want to hear in the moment and again not his full, but if he does an interview and says he doesn't Think Baseball Gets Rock Tober the sport fan, and in their head, says okay well, then what about the NFL, because the NFL's being played now there's no baseball. There's no. It just leads to more sort of anarchy. I think when he when he does that stuff, but again I don't think it's I think he's extremely well intentioned. I think it's just sort of a media PR issue. That would be nice if they can get it straightened out, but of course he can't, because his bosses a lunatic. Man. It's just the way it goes. This episode of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast is sponsored by sleep number. A healthy lifestyle should be easy, right? Eat Your veggies. Drink..

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"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"A new ESPN, sort of documentary that is airing this. Sunday on Brian James and the decision called backstory the decision and investigates everything that went into the Lebron. James ESPN collaboration where he announced he was leaving the cavs for the heat. Dan is the host and the reporter on it, and really enjoyed talking to him about it. We also talked about other things. sort of the. State of the sports world with Corona, going crazy everywhere and a little bit of a a little bit about Bubba. Wallace got into a little bit about Dr Fao Ci, and his comments about sports, so we covered all of that with Don. It's been a rough week. I gotta say. This was a hard one to do just because I feel like the focus right now is on everything that bad in. In, sports of. Like I said the corona is going crazy. People don't WanNa wear masks. Novak Djokovic just a complete dope hosting a party? The BUBBA Wallace situation with people just reacting in a horrific way as usual. Just horrible people fighting about things constantly on twitter got to stay away from twitter. That's really what the point is so I tried to put together I. Apologize, but Don was great and I'm really looking forward to the decision I think that's going to be interesting. Everyone sort of has their feelings on Lebron so I think a lot of people are GonNa Watch, and get little well for ESPN and will be a good watch. She missed any previous. The sports illustrated media podcast. Go into the archives. Please check them out Andrew Marsh from the New York post was on last week along with Rushmore from the La Times arosh. gave us a little scene setter from Las Vegas where he was for about a week maybe ten days, and then, of course we're seeing things happening there with corona, so it was a great Update from Arash. They're Andrew Maher Shannon I went through some sports media news. That's going on nate. Burleson was on the two weeks ago. Erin Andrews three weeks ago, so check those out download. Listen subscribe rate. Review it's all appreciated. have nothing to do right now. You have an only time on your hands, so download and rate and subscribe make me very happy yet funk all right. I got out of it though for Don van Natta. It's a good good interview and a good podcast. Right here, so we're going to get right to it right now. Don Van Natta from ESPN on Lebron James The decision. You Okay joining me now. Senior Writer best-selling author over it ESPN and the host of. backstory which I am looking very forward to this week because it covers Lebron James and the decision and he's Don van Natta Don. How're you doing great, Jimmy? How are you? Hanging in there, hanging in there, I gotta be honest. I am looking very forward to backstory the decision. Sunday at nine PM. very excited to talk to you about it I think the decision is one of those things that Every sports fan still has some feelings about like. Say just the overall. Just insanity of this week I I was like you know I don't even WanNa tape a podcast as I cannot believe the what's going on in the sports world this week with. You have all these cases of corona popping up, and then, of course you have to deal with corona true Thursday. It's not a big deal because you know who cares. People get it totally not factoring in that it could spread, and then people can somehow old people allowed to just go, and now it's not a big deal Novak. Djokovic is having his stupid party. And then you have Obama while i. mean this has been I. Don't know if you feel this way. I was curious because I was like. Oh, I, whoever I! I'm back. Are they having a rough as rough time dealing with this week as I, am absolutely it now it's hitting me. We have fifty five hundred cases today in Florida. I live in Miami and Aubrey Day it goes up, it spirals upward and I was in Naples this weekend, and almost everywhere I looked. You know the mask on social distancing. I'm being very careful. People run around without masks and. It people are not taking seriously all the things you said I mean to equate this with the sniffles as we've heard, is ridiculous and outrageous, so yeah, it has been. It's been tough. Look, we're all sick of it, but to because we're sick of it. The sort of wave, the victory flag over something that clearly is is got a lot of. A lot of kick in its engine. Seems Insane to me? And the crazy thing is so you're in Miami where in Florida? It's really getting bad and I'm here in new. York where we went through a rough patch, and we're on a really good downslope with it, and that was even after having you know massive protests, and which I think sort of shows that. you much safer outside than inside, but I'm not a scientist so You know it's just my own opinion, but the fact that our numbers have still gone down even after we've had the the protests go on, I, think it and most the people here if you're in New York and you see the footage, most people are wearing masks. The masks are obviously the key and then, but for some reason you have this. Portion of the country who thinks the masks are just infringing on their rights, I it you know. It's like where I am, too. I'm on long, island in Long Island Long Island. People get mad if you say either one so I don't even know which one is some anymore? But we're. We're in phase three now. Where restaurants are opening, we have the barber shops open. Nelson's are open. People who want to do that, the stores are now. You know the retail stores best buy. Open so like we're opening up and our numbers are great, but you go on twitter and it's like every five minutes. It's like Florida this Texas, there's Arizona and our start with the players. You Know Charlie black men, the of the Rockies and Von Miller can had it. And I've heard. He's still struggling with it and the golf now today on Wednesday, the golf is an like I mentioned Jovovich. Is just amazing that all you need to do is wear a mask and instead were people putting ourselves in this position. Yeah, Jimmy it's not a coincidence that the twenty states that have all spiked in the last couple of weeks are the states that basically opened up over Memorial Day weekend. I mean I think we're seeing the consequences of that in Florida Texas Arizona places where the mask wearing is not been taken seriously nearly seriously enough of course, and I keep thinking about Arizona to remember if rob Manfred had his way we would have had baseball around now in Arizona remember that was a plan just a couple of months ago. And Arizona is spiralling and you can imagine if that plan had. Taken root in. That would have happened. You know how awful that would have been from LB probably would have no season, so you know that elongated process probably worked to end obese advantage but I. don't believe we're going to see baseball I really don't I I don't WanNa be so cynical. I Love Baseball, but. You know it until that first pitch is thrown on July, twenty, third or July twenty fourth. I'm not going to believe that baseball is back because it's going to be just so difficult for you know to travel and particularly in the West the West Coast teams essentially the. 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"don van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That are on the the hot seat or not even on hot seat you will be blown away by the bio payments for these coaches and then ask yourself this question so they say they won't pay the players we can't play the players because there's not enough money you can get Bret Bielema Levin dollars eleven million dollars go wait Jim Moore twelve million and change to go away for UCLA thank you find a way to pay players time now to take a walk it takes takes the sting out of that phone call saying you're gone by the way knowing you got eleven point nine coming your way J. and what your job only a year but it popped out I want to know more about that story they released the feminist twelve million dollars are because I was like what if we just don't pay him you think he'll come for find out thanks to some you know somebody to a million dollars they don't give it to him there could I ask about that too amazing yeah that's that is workable in LA this exactly they did the the Mike Shanahan ever get his money from L. Davis it's a great question I don't know for a fact that I don't know if I'd like to see that I'd like to see that ESPN don van Natta good do the backstory on that which is given to go deeper they're a **** of the money has not been paid that man is check for six time now for the block construction block buster play of the week presented by block construction we jump in the Wayback machine and go out too far back eight years ago June thirteenth twenty twelve eight years ago tomorrow Matt Cain was absolutely perfect J..

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"don van" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Patience how are you hi Mike I did you want to say that I'm a patriotic American and I love my president John and I get called bad names and they people say I'm a troll but guess what I'm proud I'm a proud I don't care what back down dole background live you hold your head high yes and I'm gonna tell you also does saying you know I would time I hear about and negative news I'd say well when you're negative that's what happens and what goes around comes around and I think when you think positive we put a positive is going up which is going to the lord and the negative is going down to you know where don van Damme land down under and I always tell people I think you better change your ways because if you don't you don't you better get your shorts ready because it's hot down there god bless you thank you mark Europe Hey mark how you doing Hey Mike how you doing good thanks for your call I'm a try to take jobs show it just aren't you know I was I just want to point out the obvious which is the irony Bernie supporters the ones you're really gonna get screwed here and I need it for but here's a day the irony is these people that have been fighting our system in one form or fashion and want to have a revolution and change things the way they are are good it sounds like might be the ones that are fighting because the system the system was cheated right against their god well what's interesting markers that I truly do say this with love and I mean it if you're Bernie Sanders supporter and you are disgusted with how your your candidate is being treated and if they leave him out in the cold if they don't if they do give him the shaft Hey I got I got a vote for you I got somebody who you can vote for who's also anti establishment I've got somebody who has taken on the the the the media elites the academic elites I've got I've got somebody who could take out the political elites who's been taken him on for three years and I'm not kidding you the cross over you think it's crazy to cross over between Bernie Sanders supporters in from supporters it's a lot more narrow than you think that's a that is a narrower gap the you can imagine because the kind of person who loves Bernie Sanders love somebody who upset the apple cart and I don't know anybody who upset the apple cart like president.

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"don van" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thousand eleven dodge doc Graham Care and the other night when she was on her way home all the warning lights and receive awarded like vehicle popcorn. Don Van died right We had a friend was able to come out and jump her which is apparently what it needed. Time get it home right The only thing that could think of that might reset the system was to disconnect the battery so I said Okay disconnect the battery. Relax expert the kids to come back out. Hook it back up right well about forty briefly issue. Hooked it back up and it didn't reset anything now. The key is stuck in addition Jason and the entire vehicle. What even power on? And she can't kept when she goes to the addition. Well yes because us because the the vehicle doesn't have enough battery power wile to operate the little park lock soul annoyed. where she you know you each turn the key and then you step on the brake to pull a car out of park after you craft you crank it but it doesn't have enough power? You know the first thing that comes to my mind. Of course it's the two thousand thousand Levin D. Do you know the age of the battery and the vehicle. The battery barely a year old and it was brand new when we bought it. I put it in myself okay. It category required to put the battery. And I got you I got you well. Yeah yeah positive. Positive negative nick. You would have known before for now you need to call me but you know what you could have an alternator problem and then the battery would be totally drained. There could be some parasitic draw. Aw but here's the bottom line. The fact is that that this guy this car put her down and she would jump started and it drove her home. Okay okay I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa say that the in this is that wishful thinking but and I'm not just saying this to make you feel good but it might. I just be that the battery is bad. Even as a year old it could still be a defective battery or or whatever it could be even even a even a battery connection so the first thing that that I would suggest is to have a friend. Come come over. And disconnect the car's battery or disconnect the battery cable and Hook up another. Either we use it. What's called a jump box which is a pretty heavy? You're familiar with jump box. which has its own battery so the first thing let's do it's unless give the vehicle another source of power and and Hook up a battery to it now? That's not the same as charging the existing battery because the existing battery even though it's a year old could have been defective and if it had a one of the straps within the battery this erotic in connection you know you've got six sales that are connected together and each one the sales this votes. That's where you get sixty two. That's where you get your twelve. Oh battery battery. So there's there's a inner wire is actually cable in a bridge but there's a interconnector and if that happens to be the problem would be lucky for you. If that happened to me the problem it would give you some erratic behavior. Like she's and she has so the first thing you do who is to take out the bad apple which means disconnect the possibly bad apple the battery and connect another battery and see if the car cranks and runs and then if it does then you could take the next step either take the battery back. She could have someone to help her. Remind her of if this does work were James if this works then what she'll what she can do is go back where you bought the matter. And they'll give her another battery but understand this. Make sure she doesn't place that battery in the trunk or the back seat or the floor of another car because it will have acid on its surface and it will cause a Elites carpet and so in other words get up so you know it's like a lot of times people will take this battery and get it checked or I'm GonNa go get a battery for someone and and try to help and then put the matter in the back of the car. That's worse than you can do so get an old box of some kind doesn't matter and if you don't have it oh box you get a garbage bag and put it down. So that is insulated from the carpet or the car and and then you know just just understand that. That's a nasty thing to carry around. Because he could have have answered on it and that's really all the time but a half of this hour but let me know how that works for you and in the meantime We're here every Saturday for you. Give me a shout I can help you okay. Oh I will against her. Thank you very much welcomed James. Good luck folks. Yet is all the time that we have this hour but I promise you next hour. We're going to run the be roll from the consumer electronics. Show that Samsung. And it's really neat. Because it's about the the five G. Telematics Alabama IX control and it's a TCU.

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"don van" Discussed on Podcast Generator Demo

Podcast Generator Demo

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"don van" Discussed on Podcast Generator Demo

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What to Make of Patriots Video of the Bengals Sideline

Channel 33

02:03 min | 2 years ago

What to Make of Patriots Video of the Bengals Sideline

"We've got what's this patriots scandal I I can't believe it. I can't believe whatever reading here. It happened last Monday at a a press conference Bengals head coach Zack. Taylor was asked by Bengals. Radio analyst Dave Lapham about whether quote the Patriots had a videographer up in the bengals press box area Working with an advanced scout that was taping video. The bengals sideline during the Cincinnati. Cleveland Game Taylor replied that he was aware there was an incident in the. NFL was investing later that day. The Patriots responded with the statement said the organization's production crew had been filming a video for their team websites. recites the pats website has a series. Do Your job and what they were doing was apparently highlighting an advance scout right so the Patriots are set to play the bengals. Does this last Sunday the previous Sunday they are at a bengals game. Apparently doing a documentary on an advance scout. Okay this of course could be read as a preplanned excuse because in two thousand fifteen. ESPN's Seth wicker champion. Don Van Natta report on a piece on spy gate deflate gate founded founded Patriots record had recorded forty games between two thousand and two thousand seven and their cameraman were given excuses if they got caught quote the Patriots videographers. We're we're told to look like media members to tape over their team logos or turn their sweatshirts inside out to wear credentials and said Patriots. TV or craft productions videographers. Were also given excuses for what to tell NFL security. They asked what they were doing. Tell them you're filming the quarterbacks or the kickers or footage for a team show then on Sunday David Fox Jay Glazer released footage of Bengal security interrogating the Patriots video crew. Let's listen to that the pace yourself on your Vance Scout. How come on guys food? I'll see the advance scout in this footage. It's

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"don van" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"don van" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Show thanks to Jason fits for coming on earlier tonight and don van Natta from ESPN his news show backstory on ABC on Sunday at noon check it out it's gonna be really good investigative reporting it's kind of like thirty for thirties but shorter consumable it'll be really good we'll be on ABC on noon this week is the debut episode Sereno verses the umpire it's about the two thousand eighteen U. S. open final from last year Chris black in for Jonathan hood I shall we have hit the moment in time on the Friday night program this summer where we announced that what time did up dollar leave tonight as we sit here and wrap up tonight show what time did of Dolla duck out on us tonight's winner if you had the time of eight fifteen doll was in here realize what forty five minutes this is like the name of the show all the time well I was aware that dollar part no see here's the thing I wouldn't be a bad guy in out him because of the raid the the magic of radio we we had to pre recorded interviews from this afternoon but this is like the fourth time this summer so it's a running bit now so we can't get mad if this is this is this thing if you remember the last time he said he will put five dollars in a jar every time he left early you know we're we're building that out we should put it on something good yeah I think we should but on the warriors to win the championship with all the money that dollar gives us for ducking out early this summer right Chris pika I will be back on Sunday with a doll on Sunday morning eight to ten no no the cubs really gonna lose this up thank you letter hoods up in an hour talk to then Adam a dollar on ESPN one thousand and the E. S. P. N. at fourteenth annual ESPN Chicago fantasy football convention.

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"don van" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"don van" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And ironically, he said that they used silver, and then they removed all the Schober and fixed the image using the, the man's urine. So effectively nNcholas Allan said they created the shroud of urine. I guess at any rate, the frustration is, is there is only one property of the shroud. Jim EJ that is similar to a photograph and that's the light and dark reversal that we've already mentioned. But every other aspect of that image is unlike any other photograph that I've ever seen. I've seen quite a few in my almost fifty year career probably most unique property damage the, the property of the image hooked me when they asked me to join the team that the property that sort of prompted me to actually join that team is the fact that their spatial or depth information or topographic information often referred to as three d information in coded into the lights and darks of the shrouds image. And that's something that no one has been able to duplicate, and there's no simple solution to how an image might form that way. Very how did you get involved in this project? Well, you know, as a professional photographer, I had a photographic studio in Santa Barbara California at the time and I had been contacted by one of the local technical companies, they were a contractor Los Alamos National labs, and they contacted me as a photographic insult for a seven month project and. Of course, it was Los Alamos, obviously, had something to do with the time bombs, and I can't really say, much more about it. But for seven months, we did that project. And I worked with a gentleman named Don van who was an imaging scientist working for that subcontractor company a few weeks after we finished that project. He called me again. You know, when you're self-employed and the phone rings you're hoping it's the next project. They called me again. And I thought how another project done and instead he said, Barry, what do you know, about the shroud of Turin? And I kind of laughed and I said, but, but dominant Jewish and Don laughed and said, so, my remember, he's one of the other Jewish guys on our team. And he was the one who was there when they took an image of the shroud. A photograph of trout, put it into an instrument called the VP janali Zor, which took the lights in the docks of the image, stretched them into three vertical space on a green screen monitor proportionate to each. Each other. And when they did that with the normal photo, you get a jumble of shapes that make no sense at all when you do it with the shroud image. You get the natural relief of a human form, and it was that property that encoding of depth information into the image that actually prompted the formation of the shroud of durin research project, when they saw that, that was the first time that a scientific instrument visualized that property, so that was sort of the milestone of the moment, and that was the catalyst for our team to be formed. And although initially, I was hesitant to participate. It was that image property more than anything else that prompted me to say yes to.

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"don van" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"don van" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We haven't is the army out at Komodo right now with signs and stuff has anything happened out there. Yeah. What I did is I told Komodo, hey, I'd bring the army in for a nice night a fun night. And of course, the army's paying your your your word means nothing Billy what's going on with the caddy. We're gonna we're gonna be able to shame this cheap golfer in spanner. Well, after a few after a few calls, we finally got his Email address. So I sent him an Email and Spanish, which was a horrific at best grammatically in Spanish, but he got back to me. And he said that right now he's out on the course. But that he's coming back a little later, but he'd love to do it. So now waiting to see what time works for him. Now, you're gonna have to do this in Spanish dance to God's and Meena. So it'll be good radio. Yes, we'll get. How do you say cheapskate and Spanish? So here is the story. I wanted to get to and sports, and this is something that's been whispered about, but I had not seen it confirmed. And evidently now ESPN has confirmed it the NFL has reached out to Adam silver, evidently to run their league, the NFL has reached out to Adam silver and Adam silver's, quote, I'll just say I have not given it any thought. So he's not he's not denying that. There's been overtures and Don van Natta reported this a couple of years ago that there was an overture from the NFL the silver. But clearly, right if I put them next to each other and tell you, hey, who's the guy you want as your CEO who's the guy just based on what you've seen with happened with the NFL and domestic violence and Roger Goodell tripping over his own feet and Andrew and Adam silver, who's considered a progressive silver? Please. I mean, imagine being Roger Goodell like you have been a human meat shield for these guys you have then you have taken every whipping for them. And then to find out that they've got they've been seeking a mistress behind your back. He must be so angry. I think he's fine at five years two hundred million dollars though. Oh, but it can be both to got. It can be hurt. Your feelings are hurt. You have been someone who is taken does public beating you get paid that money to be a pinata. And now, you're learning probably the Jerry Jones. I mean, we can take some guesses here. Right. Jerry Jones is the most powerful man in the NFL Jerry Jones has very public problems with Roger Goodell. Jerry Jones is innovative Jerry Jones doesn't mind circus. Jerry Jones, you'd have to think would love to overthrow Roger Goodell with Adam silver. No, not from what I know about Jerry Jones sensibilities, and what I know about Adam silver sensibilities that would seem like a weird fit for Jerry Jones. Joan van Dan saying he just wants to get back at Zeke. I don't doubt it. But it's just a hard for me to wrap my mind around Jerry Jones being the one that, hey, let's get the most progressive Commissioner, I understand that it's hard for you to wrap your mind about that. Jerry Jones was willing to fight with Adele, if you told Jerry Jones right now, hey, would you like Dell out his Commissioner his answer would be? Yes. And so you have to find better solutions than Goodell. But I think at the crux of the major issue with the owners and Cadel was he wasn't pushing back enough on what was going on politically in that league. So Adam silver's go, but no, but see Mike, you got it wrong. Adam Adam, silver is a consensus builder. Adam silver, the owners very much know that Adam silver works for them. And every once in a while a racist gets out of line and he takes away their team. But the owners wanted sterling out that wasn't silver the owners wanted sterling gonna love a good counterpoint to even my point is Adam silver has a super progressive league and has a reputation of being super progressive guests. What league doesn't have an issue with players kneeling? That's why he's good at his job. I mean. I be surprised I'm with Mike on this. If Jerry Jones the guy seeking interest of of Adam. Mine in the minds. If you think Adam silver will be a better conditioning NFL, it's not about ideals or principles or what he believes. It's about the fact that this never became a story in the NBA like the NFL owners hate the fact that we talked about this for two years somehow, Adam silver is through a combination of his relationships with the players that played a large role in widened become a story his relationship with the press. Let's be real here. The NBA press Adam silver, much, better relationship than Roger Goodell. Manafort press, he managed to keep us from like making a thing out of that. And if I'm an owner, I'm like, yeah. That the guy who, you know, people from getting angry at us like he's really good at his still gets to be. To be woke even though no one's kneeling. It's incredible. Also from a financial standpoint, I mean since silver took over as Commissioner and five years league revenues have gone from four point eight billion to nine point one billion dollars now that the NFL suffering, but that's a pretty staggering number right there. My father does not know the name of the Commissioner he just had dinner with him one night and calls him to this day the man with the umbrella because he thought it was weird that Adam.

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Dallas sports anchor Dale Hansen blasts Jerry Jones

SportsCenter AllNight

02:24 min | 4 years ago

Dallas sports anchor Dale Hansen blasts Jerry Jones

"Life You guys really cares Deeply insulted if you hit them, with the prices right losing What every NFL team fire their coach for ballot check except the Bengals Eighty eight percent of the audience said yes Are you surprised that? The wire Cam hasn't interfere with, more Ninety one percent of the audience that yes is. Territory going to strong on Pereira out of the expert gig Eighty seven percent it's a great question eighty seven percent of the audience said yes is fifty dollars to, Disney, a single grain of sand from all. The beaches on earth combined eighty five percent of the audience said yes. Let's get to the Dale Hansen sound this is w. f. a. Jerry Jones is now not, doing interviews anymore the NFL. Has asked him to not do interviews anymore on the anthem issue and Dale Hansen an old timing cowboy reported this guy is a public critic and Don van Natta. Is telling you that no thorn in Jerry Jones's side feels quite like this one in the Dallas Cowboys. Owner Jerry Jones had been talking this week about getting this football team ready to play in another Super. Bowl it has been twenty two years since they. Have and only three playoff wins in those twenty two years but Jones. Talks about that almost every year anyway and he has been talking too much this week about all the problem the NFL is still having off the field Jones to this Stephen were saying the other. Day that any player who takes Sydney and doesn't toe the line during the national anthem won't, be playing for the Dallas. Cowboys anymore it's incredible to me that a player can beat up a woman and play for the Dallas Cowboys a player can use illegal drugs time and time again. And still play but you take it need to protest the racial injustice in America and now you've crossed. The line that he will not allow Jones loves and respects the national anthem so much the when it. Was being played before the start of practice Saturday. He left his cap on and when he was told about the mistake. He was making he still left this capital He who makes the rules apparently, doesn't have to..

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