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"don yep" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Tell bit of New York Upstate into Aaron Freeman of locked on Falcons. We are State sticking with the bird themed NFL teams here as we bring in our next guest on the West, her hotline and Shawn Step in Aries, a sports reporter over at W. M. A ARS and ABC affiliate in Baltimore and former Western New Yorker first things first, Sean, we will not be talking about Jack. Michael. I want to just put that on the table now. My producer has a very quick finger and he will hang up on you if you try to bring up a Jack local trade. Washington Just I just wanna let you know. I just want to let you know it's off the table. So Well, you know, I'm a hockey guy at heart, so I might have to sneak it in there. But maybe we'll do it toward the end. You don't me. I feel what you need first and then you know, I'm going That's fair. That's fair, Manly. At least we can get some of the Ravens talk out of the way and then you know I can hang up on you at the end of the show that I think that'll be. That's more respectful for both of us, Shawn, you know, I think Ravens are entering into. I think one of the most consequential seasons of like this era that they're in on dime, sort of wondering where what you think the outlook is because they've taken steps in the right direction. The wide receiver position, which is what everyone around football might be looking at to say, Like Like this is what they needed, but in order for them to make the room or really, frankly, just in order for them to do the things they did a wide receiver. They sacrificed some positions on the defensive side of the ball, particularly the defensive line, letting Janek and Duque you know, ultimately go on in free agency, Tonto Squads Vegas and that's a defensive line last year. That was sort of the heartbeat of that whole team, not just the defense, so I'm wondering They got better at wide receiver. But how consequential can any receiver really truly be in a Greg Roman system that is pretty limited to the receivers and passing game. And how much are they gonna miss what they had on the defensive line last year? All right, So let's start with, you know the Roman Ravens offense and how productive they want. Toby. Look, um, everybody knows and bills. Fans obviously know about Roman style, and he's a run first guy heavily involved the tight ends. And you know, that's what Baltimore has been throughout their franchise history. Really, I mean, they've been a run first ground and pound Offense now will that Um, offense, survive and thrive really in today's, and if L mean you need to be able to pass the ball, you need to be able to stretch the field. Um so That being said Look, they added, Um Rashad Bateman in the first round, they added Sammy Watkins, another guy that bills fans are well aware of. As a veteran presence. They have the young guy marquees Brown, who's another first round draft. Pick Those three guys Brown Bateman and walk ins all former first round picks. I mean, you add James Pro. Shay and Devon Duvernay, Thailand Wallace From From this year, Miles Borg Boykin from a couple years ago, those air all Eyes that the Ravens have drafted over like the last three years to play wide receiver and some special teams, so I mean they're heavily invested in wide receiver. Um, you know, it's on the Mark Jackson, now to improve as a pastor does the last round passing offense in the league last year, you know, so so that's where they have to improve. Specifically outside the numbers and deep for Lamar, but but they're definitely invested on the offensive side specifically at wide receiver, getting younger and getting some more weapons. For Lamar, Now on the defensive side. I don't know if Janek and got way is as big of a loss for the Ravens as Matthew, Don. Yep. He goes to New England. But you know that that's kind of over the last few years. That's that's kind of been the Ravens and Bo. I mean they let their high priced free agents but especially on defense. They let him go to draft better, and they rely on Don Martin Vail, the defensive coordinator, um, who has a lot of respect around the league and has proven himself Has a good track record. They rely on him to scheme it up, and it really has worked in recent years mean that you know, like I said that this franchise has been known over the years. Assed long Has it been around as a running team and a good defense, and that's that's how they're gonna win. That's how they're gonna win. Going forward. I guess you know a good follow up. Question to that is this whole Julio Jones situation I think is overall. Uh, pretty interesting, especially from afar. I'm not sure. Listen, should the bills be interested in Julio Jones? Absolutely. Should they do what's necessary to go and get him? I just I'm just not sure it makes sense for them, even though they are in this. Think really interesting, like Super Bowl window And you can't exactly say that about a lot of teams. You could say they're in a playoff window and the window window. I'm not sure many teams get to be quote unquote like in a Super Bowl one. No, I think the bills are that I also think the Ravens air that so I think those are two teams that make a lot of sense for Julio Jones. I just If the Ravens are to go out and get a Julio Jones, I just how do you How do you justify that In the same sort of breath. We're talking about this. This past passing game situation where As a Lamar Jackson fan. I'm just not sure this is the type of offense where you could have four receivers like Julio Jones was shot Bateman, Sammy Watkins, Hollywood Brown and really be able to utilize them all to their strengths, considering it's just not Yeah. Again. This is not a Lamar Jackson critique. It's more of a Greg Roman critique. But I just wonder how a Greg Roman could use a Julio Jones. And do you believe that kind of move would be worth the value? In return? You have to give up two to acquire a Julio Jones based on who they have already acquired T to sort of give that room. Ah, sort of boost in the arm. I just don't think that that's the way that the Ravens operate, and they haven't over the years. I mean, you look at their general manager, Um, up until three years ago. It was Ozzie Newsome. That was the only general manager of the Ravens had and then you know, Eric DeCosta takes over Eric. The cost has been with the Ravens since day one since day one when they when they got to Baltimore. Eric DeCosta was a scout and he worked his way up to, um you know the top assistant for Ozzy, and then he took over for Ozzy. And he's a little bit more aggressive than Ozzy Newsom ones. But it's just not how they operate..
"don yep" Discussed on Advocate Like a Mother Podcast
"Alison her. Talk an attorney and former special. Ed teacher is passionate about advocating for students with disabilities because she was once one herself. She was retained in the second grade. Because she couldn't read. She found out years later that the school psychologist did some testing and told her parents. Alison would never go to college. How wrong they were. Alison understands that a deep level. How easily schools can misunderstand and misses her students. Her struggle to overcome learning disabilities as well as the blows to her confidence. She took over and over again shaped who. She is today before becoming a lawyer. She earned a master's degree in special education and taught children with varying special needs allison's experiences as a special needs student and as a teacher make her a highly unique lawyer in the field of special education she's one and settled every case she's filed alison fights for kids as if they were her own. This is not just a business for her. But a calling. California parents can sign up for a free consultation at making schoolwork dot com. You can also reach out to alison directly via phone at two one. Three two nine zero three one seven and now back to our show what my friend told me when he started running something that changed in his mind is that he doesn't see himself just as a runner but he sees himself as an athlete and so now like when he looks at his life. He doesn't think like. Oh i just run to exercise or i just run so i can do marathons. I now see myself as an athlete. No different than some of the big sports players that are out there. I'm curious if do you see yourself the same way. And is there anything that you're doing on a regular basis to keep yourself and healthy. But i sorta tell you that. I've seen i i. She must have got to go much faster. Because i don i eight seville poke. He just pointed me. I did dr. It's okay keeping healthy. We're usually up in trying to hit the pavement and at six o'clock on saturday mornings then from there We go to a weight watchers meeting. Then we go to the farmers market and we pick up. We have a box of vegetables that we get every saturday from from johnson's backyard. Then here we have a treadmill and we have a bike. The treadmill i felt was important to keep her speed at a constant rate which is also helped. Because with this whole last week. We weren't supposed to be using anything with extra electronics. So the bike came in handy but I fall my yours. Yup about the point. See it i never. I never stopped running no them. That's a huge improvement to where it was right because you used to get on like two miles per hour and that was like that's all i can do so but to stay healthy and just keep that going and keeping that mentality of you know not just athlete but this is it's a lifestyle it's it's who you are. It's you know we've looked at the last year. We talked about this. To begin with you. Look at this whole last year in even up to for us these last couple of weeks to this last week difficulties. Bad things are gonna happen. Things are going to cap as you're going to encounter them. Differences is being able to take that insane. Okay this is the challenge. And i can build myself up from it or you know the other side is just let it happen and kind of lose everything you've done as an athlete of whoever you are when those challenge happens is being able to take that and keep going and that's been important with hers to let her see bad things can happen. Good things happen to and you take that and you just you build yourself up with it. And i think that has been the biggest part that and like i said the healthy eating. I also saw that. You wrote a children's burke is that right yes. Can you tell me about that. You keep talking. I'll go get you so you can just hold it up. They can't do anything with it. Being owned up. Tell me about your bud ie written Am is All there it is. I love it. It's cool to be me. Say he can malley email you his address. You will send one to sunflower. Okay okay. i would love that. She would love that. What is this book about moment. That i see indoors. Pinson once in may and m- map friend get mom didn't even make the cover of the book. Nay william yep not mom william william and then a moment I have a battling with my friend sang his threat to have hit me to have my My half married don. Yep he was born my head so in the book it does talk about all of that. But what i will build onto this. You understand this as a parent to sell. Many times is apparent. We've had to fight so many battles whether it's for inclusion whether it's just to get the right medical diagnosis and everything i mean. It seems like we've always got things that we hit with obstacles. What is really cool is when your child gets involved with something like i was running community and the except the alison. She is a part of it To find that is so amazing. When you say keep going that has been a big part of it is running community. Rich my My at my grandmom has a mos nor back to grandma. I love it here. We go so yes she. We're seeing the dedication page. Here is book is dedicated to my grandmother and everyone else affected by alzheimer's that is wonderful. Kaley that is i. I'm so proud of you for for writing that book and making it available for folks that are out there. I hope so. Many people get to see it not only for parents who have a person with down syndrome in their life. But then for those who are yet to me. A person with down's syndrome and really see what you are all capable of doing. Because you're it's fantastic. We're also proud of you and keep running and keeping healthy kaley. If i'm going to start running. And i decided tomorrow you know what i want to start being out the. I want to start running. What do i need to do first to make sure i'm successful at it. I Speaking of arado hitting a triple me just bigger. No yeah come on your payments or the nuts peanuts and nuts okay and then as being a lassen bottle. And what about kombucha and encompass k spinach and it's been young of course spinach no running to run. He should ryan. Yeah okay. yeah okay. All right well. I've got the tips now. So i'm in a amounts to it. It's all going to depend if my four children. Let me get out in the morning and get out there. I could only handle one. So that's impressive. yeah well. We'll see. I haven't i haven't made it yet..
"don yep" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"No late down to 32 tonight, Ken Barlow, five, eyewitness News says, still looking at 1 to 3 inches tomorrow morning, that's of snow with dropping temperatures. The commute tomorrow morning will be slow and slick. And then this weekend, the coldest air in two years moves in right now it's 17 get you to give me the update. This is in my top dollar update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment way. Want the dirt on my talk my top. Did you want to tell me some of these former President Barack Obama admitted that he made a mistake by not giving Dolly Parton the presidential medal of Freedom, and former President Donald Trump tried to give it to her twice? She turned him down one time because her husband was sick. The second time, she said the no to the honor was due to Cove it and now the Biden administration's reached out, and Dolly said she may say no, because she will feel like she's doing politics. I think that's the real issue here. I think that she you know is just didn't ever want to be involved in that because she doesn't want to get political in anyway. Yeah, I agree with, you know, reading between the lines. I like it. Don. Yep. Elon Musk announced he is taking a break from Twitter. He didn't say why didn't say when he would return. This is what's interesting. He's got in trouble in the past, with E Securities and Exchange Commission that cost him $40 million in a settlement because of things he tweets. About stock surges. He recently tweeted I kind of love, love, etc. And the stock surged. Yeah. So there was this speculation that the Securities and Exchange Commission would flag him again for the FC tweet. So maybe he's been warned, like you can't even say you like something because it effects You know? Yeah, that affects the market. It's a real tricky area there. It's really interesting. He's not just a normal guy. Well, when everyone when you said he was off Twitter and why I thought it was because of his rocket blowing up and he's he has some things that he needs to take care of. Oh, my God, right? Yeah. Just sick of reading those tweets. That was a test run in kaboom. Yes. Okay. In a recent interview with British Vogue, Angelina Jolie spoke out about her being a mother and she revealed, you know, she has six kids between ages. 12 to 19. She believes that she lacks the skills to be a traditional state home. Mom, she says she doesn't feel like she's a great parent because of the fact that they have the ability to take care of themselves. Um Angelina and Brad Split in 2016. She's probably because of the pandemic feeling like Oh, my gosh, I have to do this stuff now. Yeah, Somebody else can do it for me. She still probably has people that helped. Probably they're probably in a bubble I would assume, but I understand what she's saying. I think there's a lot of us who feel that way. Yeah. I mean, I look back and reflect on things and go all I wasn't a good mom when I did that, you know, it's just Yeah. Yep. Brand also. I mean for her, it's a little different. You know that way have to work, you know, so You know, it's not like it. Leave. It is a completely different thing. Yeah, after work hearing it from her might be a little bit like at a touch. But, yeah, I think you're also very relatable to for sure. Okay, That's the latest.
"don yep" Discussed on The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!
"And ub soft basically charging sixty pound sixty dollars per game. An infinite full of microtransactions unbound getting vulnerable paypal and all of the advertisements as well larry game as well on again but you paid sixty quit full. The corporate practices of triple ca a aaa concert. Jim sterling has trump say. He's a line of work that ready because goes welcome. Could triple apple is awesome thing yeah triple. Capitalism is kind of mashed awesome. Things together is just repugnant and vile friday. Is it something lake cocoon populism auditor. It gets to connect because. I'll never get it in. Watch it and i'm not doing that in the middle of the episode a i was gonna say was gonna try copy trip liberalism. Yes i'm also in a pint is there's not been as many classics as you think there yet When you say it best playstation four games guarantee you every single time last voice pat to is one last was remastered is another well as not as another thing besides pie gotta voire yup spiderman the up blood bon the up Reisen zero don. Yep john john you wanna try a few more. 'cause they're they're the most obvious games. They are literally the most obvious games. That you you. It's like someone put a check box next to the you know the games that everybody is supposed to like on this console said yet these the best games on the console but these is this just. These games have incredible. Production values. Incredible stories incredible action. Incredible scam systems book. The put all of their eggs into very small baskets and which leads me. To the next point all of those baskets third person action adventure baskets which is appoint amid on a previous episode. I said something. Like i'm all playstation doubt and somebody come and said l. plus in thou very likely. Starry very sarcastically. Like you couldn't possibly be sick a plan. The same brand of crafting heavy or poom. Well third person action adventure game of an emotional story and over and over and over and over and over again that you have to like that saw thing which i think is just bogus plus opposition. Not means he's wanna play a different style of game when you talk. Plus they should at the very least. All of their games are just what i described. Anita barring primarily even playstation themselves of actually acknowledged this unnecessary. That need to be things in the in this generation yet plus prime example of what you're saying is another gab. Right gossip is on the list book. Another game the everyone claims is the one of best blessings playstation four games of this generation. Right death stranding. No one ever played. It will it. Has its defenders. The house has plenty of defenders. All when a game needs defenders. That genuinely tells you it's not all it's cracked up to be yet..
"don yep" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Up on sports scandal back with us for another look, a service of Howard Brothers out their power and hardware. Thanks, Bill In high school basketball Yesterday, the East Hall girls fell. The Cedar Shoals 35 29 Gainesville Lost to West for sight. 63 25 Lumpkin County beat Dawson County 68 33 Jefferson beat Madison County 70 to 35 On the boy's side. Gainesville Beat west for site 59 52 Chester TB Flowery Branch. 67 to 53. Dawson County beat Lumpkin County 96 73 Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes still in the NFL's concussion protocol after a hit he took in Sunday's divisional round win over Cleveland. Reports say Mahomes has cleared some steps of the protocol, but it's still unclear if he will be cleared to play in the A F C championship game against Buffalo. This Sunday and Hall of Fame pitcher and longtime Braised broadcaster Don Sutton died yesterday at the age of 75. Sutton was a four time All Star and pitch for the Dodgers, Astros, Brewers, athletics and Angels. He had a career record of 3 24 and 2 56 and retired in 1988. You can find more sports that access W D win. I'm telling you That was the one of the best teams in baseball broadcasting ever. Was going, Don Yep. And obviously the Braves. Um and why am I blanking on names right now? But But I am on the rest of that brace broadcast crew. But, um, help me out here building a play by play guy for the Braves. It's a Uh, pal? Yeah. Jim Powell Temple. Obviously, Powell still around s O. Still, A lot of the lot of the good parts of that broadcast crew is still around, but they'll missed on sudden, for sure. Hey, Jim Palace, probably one that I got a pleasure of meeting him on a couple of occasions and we interviewed him back when the pandemic broke out about what was going on. And just a super nice, approachable guy. Humble. He's been so successful and, you know, he'll tell you guys I just wanted to broadcast baseball and I have been so fortunate, blessed to be able to do what I love to do, and he does it at a very high level. The guy is fantastic and so talented. Atlanta's got some great play by play guys between Powell obviously for the Braves. Um yeah, that Atlantis had some really good play by play. Guys come through escape. You know the whole thing, But I'm just telling you For my money. I've I've I enjoyed. I enjoyed Jim and don very much on and I I fan of the Braves, but not so much that I can tell you whole lot about. This game of that game or watch every game, But, you know, embrace fan were right, George. Why not, but listening to them. Loved it, and I said, kid growing up now we had Milo Hamilton on so that'll that'll take your way on back, and I enjoyed listening to him. But just and then skip in the gang. That was a lot of fun listening to, But to me, he was always very comfortable to listen to those two guys talk about it, cause you're just a couple of guys like baseball talking about the game. Incredible. Incredible, Of course. Now, if you wanna look into Jim's past You know, Um Oh, gosh, he and Bob you cur with the team. Back was in Milwaukee is that is that we're hey, is I don't know. I don't remember. Gosh, my mind blanks on where he's from. But Bob, you cur on and Jim go back and Bob Bucher is He would have been a challenge to work with, because he was always pulling pranks and jokes. And he just hilarious guy just funny as all get out, and when they inducted Jim into the George Broadcasters Hall of Fame last year. They They had a video from Bob because Bob couldn't make the trip. And this guy it was like a five minute stand up routine. Just one joke After the next. It was just hilarious Guy was fantastic. I think he missed his calling should have been in stand up, but Does a great job with baseball as well. Of course, he was a former brave So our is a former brave play for the Braves. Way back. Matter. Fact we used to have a Piece of hardware on the wall that had his signature on it. And all the Braves from the year he was on had film a crow and Bob, you cur and a bunch of other guys out there, so, really cool. But gonna miss Don gonna miss Dunn. 75 you said the up 75 years old and retired from baseball in 1988 Remember when he joined the Braves broadcast crew? No, I do not. Honestly, you're not that Sort of kind of seamlessly came in there. It just seems like such a natural fit. Good. All right. Well, we move on 57 minutes after six o'clock three away from seven o'clock coming up next hour. Some interesting talk about vaccines. First and foremost. We gonna check in with insurance Commissioner here in Georgia to talk about Vaccines in the vaccine roll out. He had a very interesting discussion yesterday with Martha Zoller on morning talk and also vaccine passports. What are they? And do they pose a danger to privacy? Are they indeed legal? We're gonna tackle that in the second half of the seven o'clock hour with our legal expert as we check in with the folks there. Wendy Patrick, who's an attorney's going to check in and talk about several things that are on the legal blotter for this week that you'll find interesting. In the meantime, I want to put a word in for what's going on with our friends in America's benefit insurance mark done out there doing his job and doing his due diligence to make sure you get the insurance that you need a lot of times, folks. You went through the affordable care act and you signed up during open enrollment. You're taking a look at your plan, and you're realizing there are gaps in that plan, and you're wondering how do we fill those gaps?.
"don yep" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Free talk live. You can reach us here at six. Three two three sixty one sixty six three two eight three six one six year and in the studio tonight. You've got ian nobody angie. We've been talking about the united states splitting up talking about independence talking about over the last week at least and of course years but certainly in the last week. Decentralized options for social media and communicating online. There's been big news. Recently that people have been leaving some of the big tech platforms and going to the lesser tech platforms like telegram and signal. Right now signal. Is the number one most downloaded app on the google app store. Ni- telegram is the number two muster. And while i'm told the facebook and twitter combined have lost fifty one billion dollars in market cap. Good clemson probably get more than that from the cia could be but it's a time of change and people out there. They need options. So we we are huge fans of decentralisation here on free talk live announced the other day on the free talk live website. Sent out via an email alert that we're doubling down on decentralisation here on free talk live. We've already had certain things that were self hosted. And you know it's hard to really call a self hosted thing decentralized but when it's federated. I think you can get away with calling it all. Decentralized call that polycentric and poly centric is a big improvement over mono- central Many centers. yeah but at the same time. I'm looking forward to the day when the line between client and server raillard and basically everybody is running. The client has a server on their system. That's gathering up the the content in the background because then it's unstoppable yet stopping everybody. Yeah we're not there yet but you know these things like mastodon are good middle ground or matrix. Mastodon is a twitter clone. that is available free. It's open source so anyone who's got the chops. Computer tech tech wise can install this on a server and and you can have your own social media platforms so we did that this weekend. And launched it a couple of days ago at social the freetalklive dot com. So you can go there and you can sign up. And it's not a big tech platform it's run on our servers so we're the ones who are in charge of it which means we don't really want to be in charge of anything because we're libertarian type. So don't give us a reason to and you know you won't. You won't lose your account right like you're not a problem we want. We want to leave you alone. And if you do there's a thousand other places you can go and one of the nice things about liberty are about john for example i had my My account on a server called liber. Don yep and i was able to move my account from don to the new talk live says good and all of my subscribers. Were unsubscribe from don and resubscribe to my free. Talk live account. I also did that although you don't have to. You don't have to both going if you want it to Yeah i can always reactivate the old account later on if you. I mean maybe you guys will get mad at me sometimes want that. Nobody are fine. I'll go over here. I came from and you can download your data as well from the site too so you can keep your copy of it if need be which is nice very nice so out social dot freetalklive dot com also liberty on dot com a great site to and that's the original. They were the original. They've They've had a lot of success over there. But i figured you know what now we can have to. I think we can have. There's room for to at least maybe more there can be only one. Yeah well initially. I thought okay. This is cool. We don't need to see more than one and there was one was good enough but now with all the attacks on freedom of speech feel like the the more the merrier went. Yeah because it would be very difficult to d platform us. We're not using Aws were using any of the big boy tech services. We do not going to say where it is. But there are backups. Available already for free talk live. So if the host which is outside of the united states if the host does decide to mess with us. We've we're ready to roll. As far as just within a matter of hours we'll be back up and running somewhere else. Nice so we. We have a plan in place for that sort of thing. And is the data regularly being copied over to those back. Oh yeah notice gonna come up hot yeah nice good. Yep so check that out. Social dot freetalklive dot com but that whole decentralizing thing also includes not just your social media but also germany and being able to take this comes back around what we talked about the first hour where the government gang just swoop into your bank account and take it all out to get all the way and then what do you do. Well if you've got crypto currency you just go to your crypto because they can't touch that they don't have access to your bitcoin or dash or bitcoin cash or whatever various minero whatever crypto currency minero. They can't even see how much you have. But speaking of manera there is an alarming development on that front. I got an email off from vitrac. That's my that's my church change. That's my exchange telling me that they were delisting monroe and dash and some other coins and this is alarming because they've d listed a lot of coins load on quote privacy coins nothing coins. They've been crap coin right. Weren't getting trades was. There is no wasn't enough business to justify having them but these are some of the biggest coins out there are like within the top ten of market cap. I under snow. Minero is not in the top ten. It's probably like twelve or thirteen and dash has dropped to like thirty really. Yeah they give you a reason privacy. They're private they're taking down all the privacy points off the system. They did not say that. But that was what i noticed. I didn't even know dash was a privacy cool. Well now. that's an interesting thing. So dash is like the weakest of privacy coins. th they built in bitcoin mixer basically. So there's a dash mixer that people can use and they called it private. Send but the interesting thing was dash actually after bit treks did this. They posted on their twitter account. That oh we're not as we're just as private as bitcoin which is to say we're not private dash isn't a privacy coins and now they're saying they're not a privacy coin whereas before for years they were saying they were privacy. Coin in fact you can still go on their website and it says a private rouge. Now what do you mean. I mean what they're saying is true now because when they said they were a private coit. I don't see them as privacy coin. Even having a mixer built in.