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How Joe Rogan and Ivermectin Broke the Matrix

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

How Joe Rogan and Ivermectin Broke the Matrix

"What has just broke. The internet over. The last couple of days is joe rogan himself. Got the virus and he made this video play tape got up in the morning got tested and turns out. I got cova so we immediately through the kitchen. Sink out all kinds of meds monoclonal. Antibodies ivermectin z. Pack and. so here. We are on wednesday and i feel great. I really only had one bad day. Sunday sucked but monday was better. Tuesday fell better than monday. And today i feel good now. This is a really important thing. Do you notice. He mentions like five or six different things. Do you notice. It wasn't just ivermectin. But he said we threw everything we possibly could at it. And i felt good. I feel good. I'm fine. I turn the corner as soon as he posted that video. The medical regime in charge of our country lost their mind. He was trending on twitter. People were wishing for his death. Weren't they entered. It was pretty sick stuff. I mean we talked about it. On friday it was ghastly. I think would be would be a proper description to see a guy that's basically saying. Hey i had cove it. And now i feel better because i treat it with medicine and i got there early. Which by the way is from every indication the key to beating cope. It is to treat it early and then for them to say. Joe rogan has cove it like. It was doomsday. You could almost hope you could see them hoping. But actually his videos that i had it past tense well fixed and where he was highlighting out of the whole list which made them lose. Their mind was ivermectin. When he mentioned ivermectin the masters of the universe they did a full court press. They flooded the zone this. You're not allowed to say that. You see what joe rogan might have exposed through his free speech platform. Getting cove himself is a- vulnerability in this current regime. You see ivermectin takes power away from the masters. Here's a question i want to ask you. As we head through this hour has anything that fao cheesy and death sick and we're gonna get sick and any of these people told you over the last year and a half

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Will He Ever Heat Up? Diagnosing Joey Gallo's Skid Since the Trade

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Will He Ever Heat Up? Diagnosing Joey Gallo's Skid Since the Trade

"The goal here with Gallo was to lengthen the lineup and diversify the lineup. Left handed bat, he gives tough at bats and he's able to give protection to other guys in the lineup. Perhaps, I mean, it not perhaps. It is certainly paved the way for John Carlos Stanton Luke Voight and Aaron judge to be on the hot treats that they are on right now. And we're thankful for that. But a lot of fans have been sitting here saying, oh, dude, when Joey Gallo heats up, forget about it. Forget about it. This team's gonna be unstoppable. But we have no evidence of him heating up. So Anthony Rizzo heated up right upon his arrival in The Bronx. Made his statement. Singlehandedly, I will go out and say single handedly won that series against one that series sweep against the Marlins. Was it colossal reason for that? That kick started the Yankees incredible run throughout the month of August. But Joey Gallo has yet to really come on. I know we have that go ahead home run against the Mariners. That was an awesome moment to signature Yankee moments since coming over on the trade. But since then, he's grounded into three double plays. In four games, he didn't three double plays before, so it was Saturday Sunday Monday and Tuesday. Over the course of those four games, he grounded into three double plays. He grounded into three double plays in his previous 95 games with the rangers. What how does this how does this even happen? Before that, he grounded into 8 double plays in his previous 346 games. So bad luck, sure, but like, what? When is this gonna stop? So my question is and my doomsday question because I love asking these because I like seeing people freak out. This is just how my brain operates guys. When do we start worrying about this

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Discussing the Risks of Exercising In Poor Air Quality

Another Mother Runner

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Discussing the Risks of Exercising In Poor Air Quality

"Exercising outdoors when the when there is caution about air quality. The short answer is don't do it. The longer answer is don't do it. It's not worth the health risk. And you know i can be kinda cavalier about things like this and You know i gotta get him. My workout and dim I'll get to last year here in portland when it was so bad. But i remember you know you and i have to go to a trade show twice a year in salt lake city. An outdoor trade outdoor Industry trade show and so one summer there is what it was called an inversion which means because salt lake city's in this basin our valley that all this smog gets trapped in held down in the valley so the air quality was incredibly poor. And i thought well it's. I still gotta do my six miles this morning before going to the trade show and so i was out there and even though all the cautions you know the news the you know the little reading on my phone was saying air quality bore. Don't go out and for the rest of that day. I was hacking like to pack a day smoker. Wow wow yeah that immediate Oh it i mean. And then i talked to people. You know these knowledgeable people you know who worked for all these different brands and they were like you went out. That was really not a smart move. And i'm like yeah i gotta light. Particularly matters is obviously what made you cough. You know you did some research get stuck in your lungs. The microscopic particles can even migrate into your bloodstream. There are a lot of really bad effects and we don't want to become doomsday. Doomsayers here or anything like that. But you know you can get a decreased lung function. Heart attacks asthma attack bronchitis and then obviously with cova going around right now which is such a disease of alongs in breathing you know. It doesn't necessarily put you more susceptible to kobe. But if you happen to get it and have that situation and then go out and exercise. It's just it's just not worth

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Finding the Meaning in the 2020 Pew Study With Tema Smith

Judaism Unbound

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Finding the Meaning in the 2020 Pew Study With Tema Smith

"To some extent the genesis of judaism unbound in a bit of roundabout way as the previous pew study. That came out in two thousand thirteen. Took us a few years to our act together and start the podcast but it was kind of jumping off that understanding of the jewish community as looking different from the way a lot of people thought it did and facing that optimistic way in a lot of people were reading about it and we were whatever. The opposite of fretting is we were. We were ready to embrace this and figure out what it all means and we wanted to have you on starting to talk based on the two thousand twenty p study because he wrote this great piece or put together this great piece to think about how the data of the study could be presented in a way that would give it a different reception. Let's say within the jewish community. So could we start with you just describing a little bit about some of the examples of what you put out there and also like what motivated you to do this. Yes shera so one of the things that really stuck with me. After the last few study was how the data was presented where there was actually what it was showing was actually an increase in for example jewish identification for children of interfaith families and things like that but the data was being presented as doomsday scenario. That you know Children of interfaith families are less likely to be jewish and so when this time around the study came out. That was the first chart i looked for. And guess what it said the same thing but the chart had said intermarried parents much less likely to be raising their children jewish and i looked at it and actually it looks like the numbers had gone up from the previous time and yet we were still telling the doomsday narrative and it was very clear to me. They're the majority of jews who have married somebody of a different background or raising their children. Jewish this is a very different picture than comparing to a jewish jewish couple

Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband

"Mom from Idaho, facing new charges. Here's a B CS Marcus more the 48 year old awaiting trial for the death of her two Children. Has now been charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder in the death of her former husband, Charles. Val. Oh, in 2019, Laurie balance now deceased brother Alex Cox killed Charles value in what was originally ruled as self defense. Police warned. Body camera shows officers responding to the scene even speaking with Lori that day, prosecutors are now alleging that Val Oh quote Agreed with Alexander Cox that at least one of them or another would engage in conduct constituting the offense of first degree murder. I can't get in touch with US kids roughly six months earlier body camera video obtained exclusively by ABC News. Chose Charles valid, telling police that his wife had lost touch with reality. Telling the officers that she threatened to kill him, he said. I can murder you. I will kill you because you're not Charles and nobody will care. Lori and her current husband, Chad Gable, are already facing first degree murder charges in the death of Lorries. Two Children, JJ entirely Miss Day Bell is present here. Glory and Chad Gable also charged with murder in the death of Chad's former wife, Tammy. All five deaths close to the couple happening. Within months of JJ and Tyler's disappearance and death. The couple have maintained their innocence. Glory briefly appeared in court via Zoom last month. Her attorney has argued that she is not fit to stand trial in documents filed by her attorney stating, quote Completed assessment determined that at this time the defendant is not competent to proceed and recommends restorative treatment. Chad Day Bill later pleading not guilty, Mr Day Bell. Can you hear me? Okay. Yes, And in a separate indictment related to day bills, first wife's death, authorities accused a couple of justifying the murders because of spiritual beliefs. JJ entirely. Grandparents described the couple as being part of a doomsday cold. When Vala was arrested in

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The Second Kind of Impossible

Science Friction

01:51 min | 3 months ago

The Second Kind of Impossible

"In kurt vonnegut sr classic satirical sci-fi novel cat's cradle an atomic physicist has created this we'd new form of matter and he's accidentally formed horrible doomsday device. E calls the substance ice nine. And if ever this is nine makes contact with water of any kind including the say a piece of gets in the ocean or lakes and streams and immediately transforms it to this frozen form of ice. That's not usable. I would do the same to the water in our bodies. And that's just what it does in being phrase. The world's water is suddenly frozen solid by us nine within seconds when a thirteen year old american kid polston hundred that book. He was enthralled by this cautionary tale about the responsibilities of scientists for their inventions. That something else captivated him to really got me. Also thinking about this idea that sorta stuck with me over many years decades literally. That may be. There really are forms of matter that we didn't know about that. We thought were impossible and yet might be extremely important. Might even be ubiquitous in the universe now poll could never of knowing that this curiosity he's seines would spark a lifetime of adventures. Right is bill stock. Eight your heart out because this story will take you from the outer reaches of the cosmos. Not just any old meteorite. A special class of meteorites that would have formed near the very beginning of the solar system to the wilds of far eastern russia be country famous kamtchatka bears which are ferocious fares are at the level. Risley's bears the pieces ferocious

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Humanity Brought to Its Knees With Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage

The Bugle

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Humanity Brought to Its Knees With Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage

"Top story this week the world was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way

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Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage Brings Humanity to Its Knees

The Bugle

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage Brings Humanity to Its Knees

"Was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way

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Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders

"A man at the center of a grim saga of alleged murder doomsday believes in missing children has pleaded not guilty in Idaho courtroom appearing before judge Steven Boyce Chad day bell pleaded not guilty to murder charges handed down by a grand jury in connection with the death of his late wife and his new wife two children eight felony charges of them filed on the grand jury's indictment day they'll rent a small publishing company with his wife Tammy Dave bell who died in October twenty nineteen authorities grew suspicious when he remarried Laurie valoe just two weeks later police began searching for lorries two youngest children seven year old Josh with aloe known as JJ and seventeen year old Kylie Ryan the hearing was on the one year anniversary of when the children's bodies were found buried on day bills property in eastern Idaho the day bells espouse an apocalyptic system of religious belief on Tuesday afternoon Lori day bell was committed to a mental health facility if convicted Chad day bell could face life in prison or the death penalty I'm Jennifer king

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Couple Charged With Murder of Kids in Strange Doomsday Case

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Couple Charged With Murder of Kids in Strange Doomsday Case

"An Idaho couple who embraced doomsday religious beliefs have now been formally charged with the murder of two children the children's mother Lori valoe day bell and her new husband Chad were indicted by a grand jury on charges of murder conspiracy and grand theft in the deaths of seven year old Joshua bellow and seventeen year old tightly Ryan Chad day bell was also charged with murder for his former wife Tammy's death prosecutors say the pair endorsed religious beliefs for killing the children whose bodies were found last summer months after they had been declared missing some of the charges stem from failure to notify social security that the children were dead while the mother collected benefits on their behalf according to local media day ballot also gotten his previous wife to increase her life insurance before she died I'm Jackie Quinn

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How Indigenous Musicians Are Using Song to Reclaim Their Identities

Unreserved

02:04 min | 5 months ago

How Indigenous Musicians Are Using Song to Reclaim Their Identities

"Singer. Jelly wolf was raised as a jehovah's witness a community that had very strict rules. Jelly grew up. Not knowing her father. A survivor of the sixties scoop that saw tens of thousands of indigenous children from across the country taken from their families by the canadian government and adopted out mostly to non-indigenous families between the nineteen sixties and the nineteen eighties. As a child he was stripped of his identity. So jay le-. She grew up in what she calls. A doomsday cult raised as a jehovah's witness in a small town in bc. It wasn't until she was seventeen that she learned who father was and that he was indigenous. A member of the soto. First nation jamie's identity has shifted through the years the community she was raised in forbade engaging much with the outside world let alone making music so she left to discover who she really is and pursue a life of self expression. Daily wolf joins me now from her home in toronto gaoli. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. So that song that we just heard child of the government it centers on the trauma. Your dad and family experienced in the sixties scoop. You wrote this incredibly personal song about him. But what did you know about who he was when you were growing up. I didn't know much. I knew that will. I thought that he was of mexican descent and my mom told me that. He struggled a lot with addiction issues and that was all i knew of him And then being in the religion. I didn't just never really thought to. I don't know reach out. I saw him one time on a street. Actually and i was just walking down the street with my grandmother. And my just kinda of looked like. Oh wow i remember disturbingly. You know who that was and i was like. Yeah those my dad. And i've never seen a picture of him or anything so it was really the only thing i knew my dad. I saw him once he dark skin. I thought he was mexican and he struggled. That's all. I knew

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Facing Your Doomsday Clock

The Cost of Care

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Facing Your Doomsday Clock

"A doomsday clock. Counting down in my own head and this irrational fear that i would end up becoming just like my dad. This just the fear. I would end up at some point soaking my world and kerosene lighting a match and having a an untimely death and no matter what anybody said to me trying to reassure me that oh you're not your dad such a different person that would never happen to you. The doomsday clock just played on it got louder. Every year and about a year and a half ago the sound of that clock reached a deafening level. this doomsday clock triggered what. I'll just describe generously in the abstract as a moment of extreme personal crisis my wife and i decided to leave our face the mormon church and when you're raised in something for decades and you have come to define everything about who you are where you came from where you're going. How you should live the rules. You should abide by. When you sever from a system like that. I don't care who you are that is a traumatic experience and it occurred to me that so much of my journey had been wrapped up in this doomsday clock in and my own father's journey and that i didn't know nearly enough about where i came from and who i was so on a thursday morning i woke up with my survival instincts and full gear and i knew i needed to learn a lot more about my history and where i came from and what made me really tick and i

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"doomsday" Discussed on Mommy Doomsday

Mommy Doomsday

06:57 min | 6 months ago

"doomsday" Discussed on Mommy Doomsday

"If you've been listening to the mummy doomsday podcast. You know. There's a lot of detail about this story that we have put out there for you to hear but you may not know there's a good deal more a good deal more story. You're going to want to hear about that. Is the subject of our dateline show. There has been a clear alarming pattern independents life. Of course we know now. What happened to her children. Tyler and jj and the horrible truth about where they were all those months after they were reported missing letting family members just twist in the wind knowing. Your children are dead in someone's backyard it's inconceivable. Laurie has not been charged with murdering children but she is certainly under investigation for murder and leave spent months now tracing her path of heartbreak hearing the stories many for the first of the other people who died after crossing paths with lori. Shame bishop who's producing. That show is here with us now. Shane what are we got in here. I think the main headlines in this new show our our interview. I ever interview anywhere with. Tammy's family think. I wore him down after ten or twelve trips to their and they finally said yes. And they'll tell us for the first time about conversations with chad When tammy died they'll tell us about conversations with how chad told them that he had remarried. He says have something i need to tell you. But don't tell anybody. I got married while i was in hawaii. I sat there for good five seconds. And i said excuse me you did. And he says. I got married while i was in hawaii. What was it like deer that it was shocking. Because at that point tammy only been gone for a month. It didn't make sense to me. And obviously i was really upset. The other headline is really comes from lorries. background Back in austin texas back in two thousand seven. That is absolutely fascinating. The backs back story. If i can use that terminology of her marriage to joe ryan Then the one with charles well of to you know when you hear a person's history it all begins to fall into place a little more and the those things which you simply cannot possibly understand or at least a little more comprehensive and the interviews with the guardian light them and they mental health expert in continue to live with me because what they were able to tell us was Well it was remarkable and it was also disturbing given what might have happened. Well if i give a little background we we went back to laurie. And joe's custody. Fight for tally in two thousand seven after their divorce and we got about eighteen hundred pages of court documents and found the details of of this battle for for the children and laurie had claimed that joe ryan was sexually abusing both colby her son and her daughter kylie and we found the the guardian adam and the mental health expert. Who really examined. All those folks may be one of the only one of the people who've done that and they both came to some pretty startling conclusions about lory back then. That weren't listened to in fact. Both experts believe both thailand. Colby were manipulated by laurie. She was the mastermind behind the whole thing. Laurie absolutely matches much of the criteria for an offending falsely accusing mother. When we called them they immediately picked up the phone. And said oh yeah. We'll talk to you. If somebody would have listened to us. Fifteen years ago this all might have been avoided. The history of this woman and These relationships that we're able to report on There is a kind of common thread of a great for a while. And then she has to move on and she's gonna move on whichever way she decides to katie bar. The door and anybody who crosses her gets the full treatment. There's kind of a. It seemed almost a little bit of a playbook that lori used for the past fifteen years against husbands displeased her or didn't go along with her. And i guess the ability to declare somebody to be a demon or zombie and declare that that person really had to die in order to find their proper spirit whatever. It was was a kind of a convenient way to do that. Moving on to the next thing. Whatever happened to be without of course knowing exactly what happened in this latest case but there doesn't there didn't seem to be any incentive for them to change for her to change because like we did a deep dive on joe ryan's death her third husband and we have the secretly recorded audiotape. That's not been heard much we're lori said. She wanted to murder him. She wanted to kill him. I was going to murder him. I was going to kill him like the scripture. Say and i take it anymore but lori also said on the tape that she decided not to go through with murdering joe that instead. She dedicated her life to going to the lds temple. Don't wanna do anything that's wrong. I did not have a murderous heart. I just wanted to stop the bleeding and stop the. It's pretty blockbuster stuff now. By the time we heard that joe already been dead for six months but She's she's gone to some weird places and that death also paid off for her just like charles's would have if he hadn't switched the beneficiary of his life insurance policy to me. This has this experience. Latest x. story has been like taking what we already knew lifting the lid and looking under underneath And looking at the components that that made the story what it is. And that's really. I keep finding new angles and keep finding new. And i've been at this a long time. But when our jaws drop regularly you know it's it's it's pretty weird story. The chart topping podcast. Big line is now a true crime television event with more of this extraordinary story. Much more watch. Friday at nine eight. 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The Doomsday Clocks Historic Wake-Up Call With Rachel Bronson

Big Brains

05:11 min | 8 months ago

The Doomsday Clocks Historic Wake-Up Call With Rachel Bronson

"Forty five. The united states detonated two atomic bombs over hiroshima and nagasaki. It is harnessing of the basic power. The universe shortly after a group of manhattan project scientists at the university of chicago who helped build the atomic bomb but protested using against people started the bulletin of the atomic scientists. Huge choice is peace or total destruction. the atomic is yeah. They wanted to urge fellow scientists to help shape national and international policy to mitigate the risk of the nuclear technology that they themselves had helped create and they wanted to help the public understand the dangers of nuclear weapons. To the future of humanity world would not be the same. i remember anthony blind from hindu scripture. The by gerrad gita. Now i am become death. Despoil worlds are another in designing the cover of its magazine. The bulletin created something striking o'clock running out of time. It started as artistic piece created by chicago based marta lanes door. She was very to manhattan project. Scientists issues gender stood the scientists concerns about this new technology and the need for public engagement and they had asked her to create some sort of design that would engage the public on. How serious the threat of this new technology. And she said it seven minutes to midnight every year since then. The bulletin set the hands of its metaphorical clock in relation to how close to doomsday. We might be last year. The group moved it to a mere one hundred seconds to midnight. And at the time we got a lot of chiding like it's twenty twenty how come it so close. Do you really believe it's this close and then sure enough. We saw the massive wildfires right outta the gate in in australia. That got repeated in california this year but obviously covid and the inability of the global community to deal effectively with covid is was to us a clear indication of our inability to deal with existential threats. Known some ways you can make an argument that it should have been even closer to midnight this year because you had your existing threats then you had that real life pandemic which is continuing to affect us. How can we didn't go further to midnight. Yeah so in some ways You know we don't want to double count right and so a lot of the warning signs. Were what moved to one hundred seconds to midnight but it is a very dangerous in environment. And we'd we do want to acknowledge that hundred seconds to midnight is dangerous. We do see some bright spots and some opportunities so those bright spots helped us from moving forward but we weren't prepared to move it back. It may be tempting to look at the clock this year and take some hope from the fact that it didn't move closer to but remember it's still the closest to midnight that we have ever been and this year the bolton highlighted new threat one that they said is a threat multiplier to all the other problems that we face with the world health organization called a massive info democ he really grappling with what our trusted new sources. And how do you find them. And how do we share the so. We're all overwhelmed with data and information. But it's very optimistic. When it comes to share it information or what you and i know and so that becomes very disorienting and it becomes Quite dangerous right. It sets up the ability for authoritarian leaders to create their own information and different sites secrete. Their own information will get into the surprising. Ways that this info democ touches every threat factor to the doomsday clock but will start with the issue that was really the canary in the coal. Mine of this info dynamic climate change. The scientists have been warning us for decades and yet they're the ones who have experienced a lot of these issues in terms of misinformation and disinformation. I that denying climate science the marginalization of them the using of science which is kind of about uncertainty and evolution to dismiss what scientists have to say. All of. this was the global warming. And that it's a lot of it's a hoax hoax. Moneymaking industry okay. Climate change is not science. it's religion it pulls the rug out from under scientists and expert exactly the time when such expertise is actually needed and within the context of the us there could be real differences among republicans. Democrats or what you think about market versus regulation. Those are really really important questions that we should be debating fiercely right now that we can when it's being defined as climate change yes or no we can't even have the kind of real political conversations that we should be having

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A Safety Net for America

Important, Not Important

08:20 min | 8 months ago

A Safety Net for America

"There's a popular martin. Luther king junior quote that lays bare the false promise of the american dream. He said it's all right to tell a man to lift himself up by his bootstraps. But it is cruel just to say to a bootlace man the oughta lift himself up by his own bootstraps now because it was martin luther king junior's birthday recently because we the people seem to have finally elected policymakers who care that are growing inequality is quite literally killing. Many of us thought it prudent to talk about safety nets for boot lewis americans. A safety net traditionally provides a margin of protection against the fluctuations of everyday life the highs and lows it allows for room for error. It helps you endure and designed purposely. It lets you succeed. Safety nets come in a variety of literal and figurative flavors artist. We're talking about actual rope. You can fly higher knowing you won't die if you slip. If you're an investor. A percentage of capital that remains fluid in cash or bonds. So you can make other bets on crazy biotech companies. Or i guess game stop is what we're doing this week if you're doomsday prepar. Who's pretty convinced. It's the end times but safety net might be an underground bunker in your backyard packed with ken. Paris and dynamite. They'll safety nets are complicated. Systemic concept but the first principles are easy to understand if millions of americans are hungry without water without health insurance and healthcare without childcare without wages. Whatever we're doing is working and because we live in a interconnected society not a spaceship made for one. The unequal distribution of safety nets actually affects everyone as america continues along in a quote unquote k shaped recovery or enormous wealth gap continues to grow. Thus many americans haven't had to think about a proper. Can i buy food this week. Safety net for some time now while others are further away from one than ever before white people are for the most part born with a safety net. The color of their skin. This simple unearned. Genetic inheritance provides a set of boots enabling most white people to simultaneously feel protected from sudden life changes and to take risks and embrace opportunities all relative but why people like me and stuff away a bunch of cash and then take advantage of opportunities like nonexistent interest rates and skyrocketing market values to remortgage houses and by tesla or bitcoin because the goal is growth through compounding interest. Not figuring out how to pick up free school lunches during your twelve hour onsite during a pandemic in a world that is more volatile than ever with list of externalities that includes invisible novel viruses in your living room and workplace and actual oceans. Making their way into your kitchen. It's more important than ever that we think through what it means for everyone to have a safety net as morgan hausa. We'll tell you a functionable. Reliable margin of safety means not having to sell your stocks and interrupt compounding interest when shit hits the fan and compound interest is incredible. It's everywhere for example. The ice age didn't happen because it suddenly got super cold outside. It happened because the summers were gradually and consistently more tepid. And the ice just eventually didn't melt but compound interest goes both ways. I mean look at the climate crisis or the continued state of black housing landownership food. College debt and education positive compound interest means not having to choose between food and rent. You don't even have to think about that when you don't have to worry about and food you can do so much more. It means building an infrastructure and culture of wellness and prevention. Not just going to the emergency room with no idea why your chest hurts because and this is vital to understand. It's not usually the suddenly sick person paying that bill. Ambulance rides and emergency room. Visits that are unable to be paid for by. The patient are often paid for by the hospital with something called charity. Care and that's subsidized by state grants basically your tax dollars of course sixty percent of the time. That sick person isn't white and this is the system. We've designed person doesn't have a safety net. A safety net means paying wages that allow for less congested three generation living conditions that viruses can't thrive in that allow for healthy plant based foods and building a strong microbiome that allow for not living next to fucking fossil fuel facilities and uncapped wells. So kids can grow and learn and breathe and you'd be amazed at what kids can do when they can grow and learn and breathe. I means paid sick. Leave for the days. You just can't do it whether you're suffering physically or mentally so you can do your best work on the other days. A safety net is paid parental leave for welcoming child into your family. It's childcare once you go back to work in preschool. After that for your mental health for your performance at work for your child's future it means giving every american child a few thousand bucks every year starting at birth to be spent indoor invested however. The parents see fit for food now and for turning on that fiscal compound interest for the rest of their lives. We can do better. We can make sure people land on their feet and that the entire society benefits society that decides that safety net's of every kind should be universal. We'll find her citizens able to reach further and faster and will suffer for less when faced with a pandemic. your challenge is to consider the safety nets available to you today and to manifest ways. You can extend those to your business in your community to lift all boats a bunch of guys longtime ago said the life liberty and the pursuit of happiness are unalienable. But i'll tell you this. Hungry person has no liberty no freedom no safety net to millions of americans have no liberty to speak of martin. Luther king talked about that in washington to paraphrase here. He said ever since the founding fathers of our nation dreamed this dream. America has been something of a schizophrenic personality on the one hand we have proudly professed the noble principles of democracy life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But on the other hand. We have sadly practiced the very antithesis of those principles. Now more than ever before. America is challenged to realize it's noble dream for the sheep of the world. Today does not permit us the luxury of an anemic democracy. Our hours late and the clock of destiny is ticking out. We can't expect people to solve existential crises like climate change and they can keep their water turned on. So i asked today look to your own safety nets and find ways to extend them to your neighbors

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2021 Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

Tim Conway Jr.

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

2021 Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

"Still it 100 seconds to midnight. The bulletin of Atomic scientists sets the clock each year. Using midnight is the symbolic time when civilization is destroyed, the group says. The pandemic climate change and rising threat of nuclear warfare reveals how unprepared countries are to handle global emergencies. The doomsday clock was created in 1947. The furthest it has been from midnight was 17 minutes. 1991 after the Cold War ended

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2021 Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

Tim Conway Jr.

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

2021 Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

"News for you. The world is closer to destruction. That and any other point in at least the last 74 years. The doomsday clock is still at 100 seconds to midnight. The bulletin of atomic scientists. That's the clock every year. Using midnight is the symbolic time when civilization is destroyed. The group says the pandemic climate change and the rising threat of nuclear warfare reveals how unprepared countries are to handle global emergencies.

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Is Tether a Fraud? Its Bank Says It's Not

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

03:50 min | 8 months ago

Is Tether a Fraud? Its Bank Says It's Not

"Last weekend. A medium post by a pseudonymously former bitcoin investor going. By the name crypto anonymous made the rounds on crypto twitter and elsewhere it was titled the bit short inside cryptos doomsday machine and alleged that the stable coin tether which is supposed to be bagged one to one. Us dollars is a quote highly probable. Fraud there are a lot of different. Strands that crypto anonymous wove together to present his or her hypothesis. But the one. That was people's zoomed in on concerned whether or not tether is fully backed so tether is run by tether limited and limited bank is deltec which is out where you work and that's a bank based in the bahamas and the part of the peace that people are concerned with was a section where curcio anonymous showed some tables of the foreign liabilities of domestic banks. And here she wrote quote from january twenty twenty two september twenty twenty the amount of all foreign currencies had by all the domestic banks in the bahamas increased only by six hundred million dollars going from four point seven billion to five point three billion and so the bahamian dollar is pegged to the us dollar one to one so it's the same in us dollars. Then he or she wrote but during the same period. Total issued tethers increased by almost five point four billion going from four point six billion to ten billion so great. Can you explain why this discrepancy exists. Well i've seen that article. Actually i find it very interesting that there's someone that apparently have time. Perfectly buying and selling crypto actually is often the case those article of so-called experts. They usually have time to market like geniuses and then started claim scenes that are kind of unpacked especially in that case they went to that. I think it's the digest central bank of the bahamas and it became overnight a banker expert which i loved because we always look to recruit but in that case they didn't deal it further about how that works first of all. They should have known that the bahamas is what they call them. Offshore jurisdictions so what it means offered ratings soon as you have domestic bank and international banks into domestic banged there is to type of licensed linked to it. You have what they call the authorized dealer license and you'll try agent license deltec dual own authorize agent license which is a license that allowed him to custody. Bahamian don't have what we call an authorized dealer license so when it comes to cash on deposit we cannot old any in dollars cash deposit and at the same time because we cannot all those dollars. Behave in dollars. We cannot serve local customer so what we have is we have along that authorization license. We have an international bank license. Or i think it's called restricted license as well so in fact for that report and i'm sorry for that person because i guess he thought he was onto something. We are not a domestic bank for a reported deposit and actually if he went and the little effort to go indego bit about the size of the bahamian market of thinking would have found out that the entire massive banks have around two hundred billion dollars in assets. I believe and we are part of that. So we are not a domestic bank aside of authorized agent license but that is irrelevant business for us and maybe be much must be reported. We are an international bank and that is part of the international aspect. That's why i did answer it to some people asking but you are domestic within no because we cannot take domestic customer and we cannot hold domestic him daughters so that report is actually a nut relevant and nothing to be in there

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Chino Shoho Yuko Chino

Cults

05:06 min | 9 months ago

Chino Shoho Yuko Chino

"Sixty nine year old. Yuko chino's hopes to avoid. The apocalypse were dashed when her followers were unable to rescue. The wayward bearded. Thomas chan from a tokyo river with the end of the world. Imminent chino and her followers fled to a mountainside road where their convoy stopped after several days of snarling. Traffic and headaches for locals police arrived and barricaded the group to monitor them on the day of their apocalypse. And hopefully past the authorities planned to keep chino and her followers under watch until the press and other gawkers moved on but as may fifteenth quickly approached. Everyone was on high alert. A minor earthquake struck. Tokyo potentially foreshadowing chino's cataclysm chino's followers readied their minds and bodies for a swift death. And then the morning of may fifteenth arrived. The group eagerly awoke to see if they could spot the mysterious tenth planet bureau in the sky but they were only met with some warm spring rain showers. They held their breath for the rest of the day waiting for monstrous earthquakes. But those never came and when the sky cleared up new bureau wasn't anywhere to be seen. There were no reports of disasters anywhere on earth. The world capped spinning pana wave. The science wing of chino's group immediately went into damage control mode. They announced that. Chino delayed the doomsday. For one week. Chino said the fearsome date was now may twenty second one panel wave follower rationalized. The lack of apocalypse by saying the gods and our chairman did not wish for the end of the earth. This is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note the nasa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg when chino's date for the end of the world came with no fanfare. You'd think it might be challenging for her devotees to continue putting their faith in her but continuing to hold beliefs after a failed. Prediction is actually quite common. According to psychiatrist. Neil liser if a cult member had strong beliefs and sacrificed a lot continuing to believe might be less painful than discarding everything. They've stood for. He wrote the occurrence of a prophetic disprove. Rationalization must follow in order to assuage anxiety created by this this confirmation wiser even specifically wrote the this rationalization may take the form of an admission of the miscalculation of the predicted date. He said for truly committed believers prophecies cannot and do not fail even though pana wave postponed the end of the world by a week the authorities continued to keep a close watch on them. The public still had no assurance that the group wouldn't turn out to be dangerous in the vein of a previous called called omission. Rico ocean rikio scar japanese society forever when they released talks six seren gas into the underground subways of tokyo. In march of nineteen ninety-five that attack resulted in twelve deaths and more than five thousand injuries. Ever since then japanese authorities were wary and watchful over bizarre and apocalyptic religious groups in addition to any comparisons to option. Rico the actions of other cults such as heaven's gate toward the people's temple also left them on alert in the example of heaven's gate thirty nine cult members committed group ritual suicide the deterioration of the jonestown encampment of the peoples temple resulted in the deaths of more than nine hundred individuals. So after may fifteenth came and went the police nervously watched and waited to see what chino and her followers might do. Next tensions were high at the encampment as cult members who just been granted. Another of life continued with their daily tasks. The police and press marveled as chino's flock bother to do laundry and dane duties as the apocalypse approached. But they watched closely to see if there are any signs of a sinister plan. Most of the other bystanders were there for entertainment but some wondered what if chino was right. The old reclusive woman seemed so sure and her conviction spoke volumes the days slowly past and then may twenty second finally arrived but just as before nothing extraordinary happened. Chino's followers were disappointed but most never lost faith in their leader. The authorities hung around for a few more days but when they realized the group wasn't dangerous they lost interest and broke down their barricade.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"He wasn't able to practice. It's really starting in training camp. And then there was a few weeks there where he didn't practice still Friday and even on Friday was just managing doing things so in fairness to him. I don't think he was at his highest and best and as a coach. You wrestle wrestle with is he toughing it out and playing when some guys wouldn't or could he just shrug this off off like it's nothing you don't really know I was once told. It's very easy to be tough with another man's body. And you Never WanNa make those determinations I player because that's how you lose guy he's genuinely fighting through things and can't give any more than he is. What right do you have to call? Call him out on that so I know I'm not really answering it but the answer is I don't have a concrete answer. I think it's a combination of a lot of different things things. And then when you're not at your best physically. Does your confidence wane a little bit. Are you that dog that you were against green being bay when you're feeling good so that's my answer. Yeah Yeah and and just to clarify when you say. He wasn't in shape. You're not saying. Are you saying that when he came to training camp he wasn't really in shape or you just saying he wasn't like peak physically clearly. Oh No let me clarify because things always taken out of context. That's all I'm asking. Yeah no he came into training any camping. Great shape okay. I'm saying when we got. What do we get a week and a half in? And he got hurt. Yes he'll so he's really out for for three and a half four weeks and if you can't run for three and a half four weeks you're always playing catch up in your fitness so instead of being able to go ten plays hard. Maybe it's down to four plays hard and then you get these nagging things as the season goes so to clarify clarify so things don't get mis-read. He came into can't be in great shape nature of all his injuries lesson. That and he battled at all season. Yeah exactly Then it'll be interesting. They'll have decisions to make moving forward. You were a big part of the third down for people that don't know that Sanjay Lau cowboys wide receivers coach joining us. He'll move on to his next Gig as the cowboys. Oh boys have regime change. You did the third down offense and You know the passing game all that and you had a huge role in that in in can you put up some really good numbers on third down. Let me ask you this though you got a brand new play. Caller he'd never done it before you've been around a you had some people you're Garrett has been a play caller in the NFL before but you were breaking in a young guy. How is that like the the operation to that? I'm not even talking about during the week when you get in a game and you got a brand new play caller. What is that? What is that like did it? Did it work fine mine was that was it difficult. What was that? What was that experience like? That's a good question because when we went into the first game game I was like I wonder how this is going to go because I've been with a lot. I've been with eleven coordinators thirteen years and some very big names very established guys and some of them had great feel for calling games and some of them strengths were more on the designing plays and the play calling was not as refined or as fluid as some. Alright yeah we. We've we've hit this thing from a lot of different areas just final thoughts as You look at some of your notes. You Big McCarthy interviewed today that we've already heard talked to Steven. We got a new regime. Interesting stuff in the more in the works. Amari Cooper Free Agent Dak Prescott Free Agent Byron Jones Free Agent Win Robber quit guy who was as you know he. He obviously led them in sack late and vander h uncertain. Jason witten uncertain. Sean Lee uncertain lot of uncertainty. And you know it's interesting interesting and you kind of hinted at this when we were talking before we started the show. And that is that the higher the coaching change here with Mike McCarthy that creates new leverage for Dak Prescott Dak Prescott has more leverage now because he needs to be out here leading transition to a new offense however whatever form that takes because Mike said as I mentioned in the interview that he wants to build on what they had. So That's reassuring. I'm sure short to the players and Jerry and the coaches but he needs Dak Prescott here from day one more than ever more than if they brought Garrett back. They need their quarterback quarterback to be a part of their entire off-season and their off season starts earlier now that they made a coaching change. Otherwise would so the front office needs to get this deal done with that Prescott. I think April six is the number I saw mentioned today as when they can start two weeks earlier than most teams because they have a new regime and that is interesting and then Stephen saying on one of his various radio shows today on the flagship station of the cowboys choice. Something along the lines of before the season we got really really really close to getting a deal. Done he recognize is. We need a quarterback. We have to get this done. So so the thing is is so they need to get Dak Prescott done for the reasons we just mentioned. But DAX incentive is lacking his leverages. I want to wait and see what happens with the Shawn Watson and Patrick Mahomes who can get new contracts for the first time as NFL players and they were already top ten first round picks. No I guess Sean was a little bit later. Patrick Mahomes was ten Shawn Watson was thirteen I think is right so Dak Prescott holds all the cards now in this deal yet. He had his best season ever ever. He almost broke the franchise passing record Capability York. Whoever thought the Dak Prescott was going to break passing record set by Tony Romo honestly? And I've Ben is big data guy. I never thought he would challenge. Those sorts of records is a pocket passer as a thrower in the NFL credit to him and his coaching and coaches. But he's got all the leverage now. He had his best season ever. They made a coaching change. They need him to be involved and they probably should sign him before. MAHOMES and Watson sign their new contracts. We've never seen a quarterback with this much leverage coming off an eight eight season then rick all right. Here's my final. I think we're to the final stage. Yes here's my final. Wrap up on this higher including Mike McCarthy there have been thirty two different head coaches to win a super bowl. Thirteen of those coaches went on to take a different job with a different team. Only bill parcells and Mike Holmgren went to the super bowl again with their second teams none. The thirty two coaches has ever won a super bowl with the second team. That's the challenge for Mike McCarthy. That sounds like something you would have liked brought up to Mike but I did ask him. You heard the interview I asked him about. What makes Tim? Thank you can be the first one to do with this. Yeah true the first time to breakthrough Ed my final thought. Is that great work by you. I think that McCarthy is a safe choice is an exciting choice. Maybe nine is he more accomplished ahead coast and then then was when he was hired law Veasley more accomplished than wait Phillips. Absolutely more accomplishing Campo. You Bet Barry Switzer. That's a hard one because Berry one of the greatest college coach of all he didn't do in the NFL. Mike McCarthy's done it in the NFL with you. But I mean I don't WanNa down play that because what Barry Switzer did in college. Football's balls one of the greatest coaching jobs history. But it's just interesting. Jimmy had won a national title at Miami when he gets hired. What I've done television television doesn't make me a great podcast or even though I am it just didn't make let's tip waitresses? I yeah yeah tip your your your your waitresses. We want to thank the neighborhood services restaurant. There's a few of them in the Dallas Fort Worth area. There's a really nice went out here at the Omni in the shadows of the Ford Center in the star out here and they opened up a beautiful private room to I do a podcast in moments after ed wrapped up a one on one with Mike McCarthy thanks the frito nation productions doing a great job getting out here and taping all this. He's had a very busy day and he's just a man who's overcome illness and all sorts of other things personal issues. He said a lot of the man's overcome a lot of adversity in life and he's just echo of a job big weekend. NFL It's going to be fun and we're glad to kind of bring you all this. If you find anywhere any more insight on Mike McCarthy era you let us know. We don't think it's out there and we think that's one of the reasons the doomsday podcast has become the number one podcast in the NFL. Great to be with you forehead. warder Mark Frito Friedman. It is about mostly San good night from Frisco.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"He wasn't able to practice. It's really starting in training camp. And then there was a few weeks there where he didn't practice still Friday and even on Friday was just managing doing things so in fairness to him. I don't think he was at his highest and best and as a coach. You wrestle wrestle with is he toughing it out and playing when some guys wouldn't or could he just shrug this off off like it's nothing you don't really know I was once told. It's very easy to be tough with another man's body. And you Never WanNa make those determinations I player because that's how you lose guy he's genuinely fighting through things and can't give any more than he is. What right do you have to call? Call him out on that so I know I'm not really answering it but the answer is I don't have a concrete answer. I think it's a combination of a lot of different things things. And then when you're not at your best physically. Does your confidence wane a little bit. Are you that dog that you were against green being bay when you're feeling good so that's my answer. Yeah Yeah and and just to clarify when you say. He wasn't in shape. You're not saying. Are you saying that when he came to training camp he wasn't really in shape or you just saying he wasn't like peak physically clearly. Oh No let me clarify because things always taken out of context. That's all I'm asking. Yeah no he came into training any camping. Great shape okay. I'm saying when we got. What do we get a week and a half in? And he got hurt. Yes he'll so he's really out for for three and a half four weeks and if you can't run for three and a half four weeks you're always playing catch up in your fitness so instead of being able to go ten plays hard. Maybe it's down to four plays hard and then you get these nagging things as the season goes so to clarify clarify so things don't get mis-read. He came into can't be in great shape nature of all his injuries lesson. That and he battled at all season. Yeah exactly Then it'll be interesting. They'll have decisions to make moving forward. You were a big part of the third down for people that don't know that Sanjay Lau cowboys wide receivers coach joining us. He'll move on to his next Gig as the cowboys. Oh boys have regime change. You did the third down offense and You know the passing game all that and you had a huge role in that in in can you put up some really good numbers on third down. Let me ask you this though you got a brand new play. Caller he'd never done it before you've been around a you had some people you're Garrett has been a play caller in the NFL before but you were breaking in a young guy. How is that like the the operation to that? I'm not even talking about during the week when you get in a game and you got a brand new play caller. What is that? What is that like did it? Did it work fine mine was that was it difficult. What was that? What was that experience like? That's a good question because when we went into the first game game I was like I wonder how this is going to go because I've been with a lot. I've been with eleven coordinators thirteen years and some very big names very established guys and some of them had great feel for calling games and some of them strengths were more on the designing plays and the play calling was not as refined or as fluid as some. Alright yeah we. We've we've hit this thing from a lot of different areas just final thoughts as You look at some of your notes. You Big McCarthy interviewed today that we've already heard talked to Steven. We got a new regime. Interesting stuff in the more in the works. Amari Cooper Free Agent Dak Prescott Free Agent Byron Jones Free Agent Win Robber quit guy who was as you know he. He obviously led them in sack late and vander h uncertain. Jason witten uncertain. Sean Lee uncertain lot of uncertainty. And you know it's interesting interesting and you kind of hinted at this when we were talking before we started the show. And that is that the higher the coaching change here with Mike McCarthy that creates new leverage for Dak Prescott Dak Prescott has more leverage now because he needs to be out here leading transition to a new offense however whatever form that takes because Mike said as I mentioned in the interview that he wants to build on what they had. So That's reassuring. I'm sure short to the players and Jerry and the coaches but he needs Dak Prescott here from day one more than ever more than if they brought Garrett back. They need their quarterback quarterback to be a part of their entire off-season and their off season starts earlier now that they made a coaching change. Otherwise would so the front office needs to get this deal done with that Prescott. I think April six is the number I saw mentioned today as when they can start two weeks earlier than most teams because they have a new regime and that is interesting and then Stephen saying on one of his various radio shows today on the flagship station of the cowboys choice. Something along the lines of before the season we got really really really close to getting a deal. Done he recognize is. We need a quarterback. We have to get this done. So so the thing is is so they need to get Dak Prescott done for the reasons we just mentioned. But DAX incentive is lacking his leverages. I want to wait and see what happens with the Shawn Watson and Patrick Mahomes who can get new contracts for the first time as NFL players and they were already top ten first round picks. No I guess Sean was a little bit later. Patrick Mahomes was ten Shawn Watson was thirteen I think is right so Dak Prescott holds all the cards now in this deal yet. He had his best season ever ever. He almost broke the franchise passing record Capability York. Whoever thought the Dak Prescott was going to break passing record set by Tony Romo honestly? And I've Ben is big data guy. I never thought he would challenge. Those sorts of records is a pocket passer as a thrower in the NFL credit to him and his coaching and coaches. But he's got all the leverage now. He had his best season ever. They made a coaching change. They need him to be involved and they probably should sign him before. MAHOMES and Watson sign their new contracts. We've never seen a quarterback with this much leverage coming off an eight eight season then rick all right. Here's my final. I think we're to the final stage. Yes here's my final. Wrap up on this higher including Mike McCarthy there have been thirty two different head coaches to win a super bowl. Thirteen of those coaches went on to take a different job with a different team. Only bill parcells and Mike Holmgren went to the super bowl again with their second teams none. The thirty two coaches has ever won a super bowl with the second team. That's the challenge for Mike McCarthy. That sounds like something you would have liked brought up to Mike but I did ask him. You heard the interview I asked him about. What makes Tim? Thank you can be the first one to do with this. Yeah true the first time to breakthrough Ed my final thought. Is that great work by you. I think that McCarthy is a safe choice is an exciting choice. Maybe nine is he more accomplished ahead coast and then then was when he was hired law Veasley more accomplished than wait Phillips. Absolutely more accomplishing Campo. You Bet Barry Switzer. That's a hard one because Berry one of the greatest college coach of all he didn't do in the NFL. Mike McCarthy's done it in the NFL with you. But I mean I don't WanNa down play that because what Barry Switzer did in college. Football's balls one of the greatest coaching jobs history. But it's just interesting. Jimmy had won a national title at Miami when he gets hired. What I've done television television doesn't make me a great podcast or even though I am it just didn't make let's tip waitresses? I yeah yeah tip your your your your waitresses. We want to thank the neighborhood services restaurant. There's a few of them in the Dallas Fort Worth area. There's a really nice went out here at the Omni in the shadows of the Ford Center in the star out here and they opened up a beautiful private room to I do a podcast in moments after ed wrapped up a one on one with Mike McCarthy thanks the frito nation productions doing a great job getting out here and taping all this. He's had a very busy day and he's just a man who's overcome illness and all sorts of other things personal issues. He said a lot of the man's overcome a lot of adversity in life and he's just echo of a job big weekend. NFL It's going to be fun and we're glad to kind of bring you all this. If you find anywhere any more insight on Mike McCarthy era you let us know. We don't think it's out there and we think that's one of the reasons the doomsday podcast has become the number one podcast in the NFL. Great to be with you forehead. warder Mark Frito Friedman. It is about mostly San good night from Frisco.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"He wasn't able to practice. It's really starting in training camp. And then there was a few weeks there where he didn't practice still Friday and even on Friday was just managing doing things so in fairness to him. I don't think he was at his highest and best and as a coach. You wrestle wrestle with is he toughing it out and playing when some guys wouldn't or could he just shrug this off off like it's nothing you don't really know I was once told. It's very easy to be tough with another man's body. And you Never WanNa make those determinations I player because that's how you lose guy he's genuinely fighting through things and can't give any more than he is. What right do you have to call? Call him out on that so I know I'm not really answering it but the answer is I don't have a concrete answer. I think it's a combination of a lot of different things things. And then when you're not at your best physically. Does your confidence wane a little bit. Are you that dog that you were against green being bay when you're feeling good so that's my answer. Yeah Yeah and and just to clarify when you say. He wasn't in shape. You're not saying. Are you saying that when he came to training camp he wasn't really in shape or you just saying he wasn't like peak physically clearly. Oh No let me clarify because things always taken out of context. That's all I'm asking. Yeah no he came into training any camping. Great shape okay. I'm saying when we got. What do we get a week and a half in? And he got hurt. Yes he'll so he's really out for for three and a half four weeks and if you can't run for three and a half four weeks you're always playing catch up in your fitness so instead of being able to go ten plays hard. Maybe it's down to four plays hard and then you get these nagging things as the season goes so to clarify clarify so things don't get mis-read. He came into can't be in great shape nature of all his injuries lesson. That and he battled at all season. Yeah exactly Then it'll be interesting. They'll have decisions to make moving forward. You were a big part of the third down for people that don't know that Sanjay Lau cowboys wide receivers coach joining us. He'll move on to his next Gig as the cowboys. Oh boys have regime change. You did the third down offense and You know the passing game all that and you had a huge role in that in in can you put up some really good numbers on third down. Let me ask you this though you got a brand new play. Caller he'd never done it before you've been around a you had some people you're Garrett has been a play caller in the NFL before but you were breaking in a young guy. How is that like the the operation to that? I'm not even talking about during the week when you get in a game and you got a brand new play caller. What is that? What is that like did it? Did it work fine mine was that was it difficult. What was that? What was that experience like? That's a good question because when we went into the first game game I was like I wonder how this is going to go because I've been with a lot. I've been with eleven coordinators thirteen years and some very big names very established guys and some of them had great feel for calling games and some of them strengths were more on the designing plays and the play calling was not as refined or as fluid as some. Alright yeah we. We've we've hit this thing from a lot of different areas just final thoughts as You look at some of your notes. You Big McCarthy interviewed today that we've already heard talked to Steven. We got a new regime. Interesting stuff in the more in the works. Amari Cooper Free Agent Dak Prescott Free Agent Byron Jones Free Agent Win Robber quit guy who was as you know he. He obviously led them in sack late and vander h uncertain. Jason witten uncertain. Sean Lee uncertain lot of uncertainty. And you know it's interesting interesting and you kind of hinted at this when we were talking before we started the show. And that is that the higher the coaching change here with Mike McCarthy that creates new leverage for Dak Prescott Dak Prescott has more leverage now because he needs to be out here leading transition to a new offense however whatever form that takes because Mike said as I mentioned in the interview that he wants to build on what they had. So That's reassuring. I'm sure short to the players and Jerry and the coaches but he needs Dak Prescott here from day one more than ever more than if they brought Garrett back. They need their quarterback quarterback to be a part of their entire off-season and their off season starts earlier now that they made a coaching change. Otherwise would so the front office needs to get this deal done with that Prescott. I think April six is the number I saw mentioned today as when they can start two weeks earlier than most teams because they have a new regime and that is interesting and then Stephen saying on one of his various radio shows today on the flagship station of the cowboys choice. Something along the lines of before the season we got really really really close to getting a deal. Done he recognize is. We need a quarterback. We have to get this done. So so the thing is is so they need to get Dak Prescott done for the reasons we just mentioned. But DAX incentive is lacking his leverages. I want to wait and see what happens with the Shawn Watson and Patrick Mahomes who can get new contracts for the first time as NFL players and they were already top ten first round picks. No I guess Sean was a little bit later. Patrick Mahomes was ten Shawn Watson was thirteen I think is right so Dak Prescott holds all the cards now in this deal yet. He had his best season ever ever. He almost broke the franchise passing record Capability York. Whoever thought the Dak Prescott was going to break passing record set by Tony Romo honestly? And I've Ben is big data guy. I never thought he would challenge. Those sorts of records is a pocket passer as a thrower in the NFL credit to him and his coaching and coaches. But he's got all the leverage now. He had his best season ever. They made a coaching change. They need him to be involved and they probably should sign him before. MAHOMES and Watson sign their new contracts. We've never seen a quarterback with this much leverage coming off an eight eight season then rick all right. Here's my final. I think we're to the final stage. Yes here's my final. Wrap up on this higher including Mike McCarthy there have been thirty two different head coaches to win a super bowl. Thirteen of those coaches went on to take a different job with a different team. Only bill parcells and Mike Holmgren went to the super bowl again with their second teams none. The thirty two coaches has ever won a super bowl with the second team. That's the challenge for Mike McCarthy. That sounds like something you would have liked brought up to Mike but I did ask him. You heard the interview I asked him about. What makes Tim? Thank you can be the first one to do with this. Yeah true the first time to breakthrough Ed my final thought. Is that great work by you. I think that McCarthy is a safe choice is an exciting choice. Maybe nine is he more accomplished ahead coast and then then was when he was hired law Veasley more accomplished than wait Phillips. Absolutely more accomplishing Campo. You Bet Barry Switzer. That's a hard one because Berry one of the greatest college coach of all he didn't do in the NFL. Mike McCarthy's done it in the NFL with you. But I mean I don't WanNa down play that because what Barry Switzer did in college. Football's balls one of the greatest coaching jobs history. But it's just interesting. Jimmy had won a national title at Miami when he gets hired. What I've done television television doesn't make me a great podcast or even though I am it just didn't make let's tip waitresses? I yeah yeah tip your your your your waitresses. We want to thank the neighborhood services restaurant. There's a few of them in the Dallas Fort Worth area. There's a really nice went out here at the Omni in the shadows of the Ford Center in the star out here and they opened up a beautiful private room to I do a podcast in moments after ed wrapped up a one on one with Mike McCarthy thanks the frito nation productions doing a great job getting out here and taping all this. He's had a very busy day and he's just a man who's overcome illness and all sorts of other things personal issues. He said a lot of the man's overcome a lot of adversity in life and he's just echo of a job big weekend. NFL It's going to be fun and we're glad to kind of bring you all this. If you find anywhere any more insight on Mike McCarthy era you let us know. We don't think it's out there and we think that's one of the reasons the doomsday podcast has become the number one podcast in the NFL. Great to be with you forehead. warder Mark Frito Friedman. It is about mostly San good night from Frisco.

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The Doomsday Podcast

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Pleased with the everybody be real pleased with the staff that he puts together. I think it's GonNa be a great group coaches still work to do and certainly Michael Make great choices there. And he's ready to share the directions we're headed and I know he'll be in front of you guys to to share that all right here. Is that in this redeployment game. You WanNa play this do that now that now. We actually have a fired member of this coaching staff to possibly hear from a someone who is sick packing that I was able to track down. Had A little interview. You with all my my radio GIG and so we'll get to that Sunday Lau cowboys. Wide Receivers coach will get you some interesting information on. He weighed waiting. On a Mario Cooper. Michael Gallup Kellen Moore Jason Garrett a lot of interesting things there. Let's play the game if you will in so I can play this properly. Will you go ahead. and run over the eight coaches that That Jerry Okay I got Jimmy. Let me see if I can deal berry. Hold on Jimmy. Bury Chan correct. Okay Campo Campo okay eight parcels okay in then obviously Wade Phillips Jason Aaron Jason Garrett it in now now McCarthy McCarthy okay have I missed anything now okay these are the Jerry Jones and this is going to be a little game. What we call Ed's GonNa read the quote? Ed Went Back and looked at all these news conferences. Jerry at Don awed things he said about specific head coaches. Ed's GonNa say the quote and I'm going to guess who he said it about and the basis of this is to demonstrate the level of hyperbole that typically takes place when Jerry Jones has one of these press conferences introducing his new head coach. All right all right. So let's do the all the wonderful things he said about Mike McCarthy's we won't even include him all right on the other coaches he hired. Here's here's the first one. He is qualified in capable. We have the right man. He's highly innovative creative mind. Here's a big kid on the offensive side of the ball. He's a proven play caller. And someone who has done it in big games okay. I can't eliminate some people people there immediately in. I'm going to go. ooh Okay. This has to be either Garrett Org gaily okay this is Jason Garrett or Gaily. I'm going to go with Chan do you are correct. Means you're going to get to. You're right because Jimmy Johnson so famous that we all know that that one next to eliminate the mystery what this coach will bring us. He says the name will be worth more than if we had five. First round draft choices and five heisman trophy winners history will show that one of the finest things that ever or happen to the cowboys is Jimmy. Johns Jimmy Johnson. But that was a great moment. Jerry's that that that we talked about. That's that was jerry very giving someone like credit norm ass- value of the head coach. Jerry would devalue on. Let's see what's next okay. This person was the most qualified coach in our sport that you could draw up if you were drawing your own Rembrandt. I don't I mean this one guys my friends. So I'm going to eliminate Kampe it's not nice eliminate Garrett I'm GonNa Eliminate Wade and I'm going to eliminate that is not that does not sound like Switzer. I'M GONNA go with Bill. Parsons you're correct three. This is amazing. You're going to get the pay this this bill. All right the guy next to me has my personal and total trust and commitment and the guy next to me is your coach of the Dallas Cowboys. And he just happens to be as talented and happens to be a special for this situation at this time for the Dallas cowboys which which is kind of Jerry Awkward Sentence. That doesn't really make sense but at this time over going to get one of these wrong I know Home Okay I'm GonNa say he for this time. Oh Gosh okay so this could be Switzer Campo or Garrett on it's very tepid type start like the Rim Brent type thing like parcels so I'm going to go with Campo Switzer got one wrong all right all right all right. Are you ready for this one. Yeah we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experience. That knows the game. The candidly knows personnel. Playing the game right now. That doesn't help me. Because the generic too many crisis generic nature of Campo or Garrett. Oh wait wait Phillip. I haven't said wage on you. Got Three possibilities either Campo Phillips Garrett see it one more time. I'm that one we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experienced. That knows the game that candidly knows the personnel playing the game way you are correct sir. All right let's see if you can tell the difference between Kampala anyway. I'm trying to decide which is one of these. The overwhelming majority of input. I have received a very common thread right and the theme was very simple. This is perfect. You have a man on your staff who is very smart extremely talented and ready to be at go to the NFL. Both of those guys were already on the staff. Correct very nice. Though hint there so that doesn't really the overwhelming majority of input. I received had a very common thread and the theme was very simple. That it didn't ring up Bill parcells era. So I'm going to go with Campo you are correct only one Nisa Handy. So here's what he said about. I do believe this is Jason Garrett at his press conference I do believe he has the temperament he. He has the disposition to effect a culture change. I think that is important. We all know. Men's styles are different. His style is one that I feel could be very effective. Okay okay all right. So you're right. Jerry was wrong and for that he gets ten years of non winning replay off. If we three playoff appearances in a full decade Jason Garrett coach all but eight games of the last decade which goes down as as the decade in which the cowboys won the fewest playoff berths in their history with three. Were you the person you always come up with. The help of. It was not a fun game by the way I love it. I love it. I think our people loved it yes. PF stats and Info and you come up with some really good stats. What was the one? Where like the the during no during the McCarthy era in Green Bay in the Garrett era in Dallas the the plus minus points it was the plus minus takeaways? These does that. Does that ring a bell with you go but I heard a million things recently with jumped in my hair when I think is interesting. Okay Compares McCarthy's final two years in Green Bay and Garrett's last two years here one of Mike McCarthy's undoing 's in Green Bay was his inability to be hey good teams over his final two seasons with the packers Green Bay went three fourteen in one against teams. That finished the season with a winning record three fourteen in one want Jason Garrett in such games. The last two years of his cowboys coaching career went five and ten a little bit better including two in six is this year but in games in his career against teams with a winning record Jason Garrett went twenty five and forty four so he mostly beat up on bad teams or mediocre teams frequently win or not with regularity win against is the better teams in the successful type team. Now that's an interesting one. I'm going to now reach way back into my head and I apologize to anyone. I'm not crediting here but this one was one. I Love Ed I think you'll like to the football. What what Garrett talk about constantly the value of the football protecting the football takeaways? When he first got the job he was? That was a huge thing. I heard one the other day that you'll like it was during Mike McCarthy's time in Green Bay on a plus a plus a plus minus type situation and takeaways was a plus Ninety three okay Jason. Garrett was a minus five. I mean you look like why did this guy have success. Why what about this guy? Why did he not breakthrough that necessarily an enormous number in like the NFL so anyway? That was a number that Just grabbed my attention the other day that I happen to come across. Okay we get some final comments. Ed You and I need to make. Let's do one more thing. I want to hear from a former cowboys. Wide receivers coach. He got fired about the three or four days ago and on the day after he got fired officially he was hoping in fact he hoped that the new regime might keep him on. He is the wide receivers coach for the cowboys. Sunday allow the day after he got fired. He said Yeah. I'll come on with you and I thought that was very kind and generous. Gracious whatever you WANNA call it always had how good her interactions with him. And he's a very highly regarded person around the league. I think the fact.

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The Doomsday Podcast

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Pleased with the everybody be real pleased with the staff that he puts together. I think it's GonNa be a great group coaches still work to do and certainly Michael Make great choices there. And he's ready to share the directions we're headed and I know he'll be in front of you guys to to share that all right here. Is that in this redeployment game. You WanNa play this do that now that now. We actually have a fired member of this coaching staff to possibly hear from a someone who is sick packing that I was able to track down. Had A little interview. You with all my my radio GIG and so we'll get to that Sunday Lau cowboys. Wide Receivers coach will get you some interesting information on. He weighed waiting. On a Mario Cooper. Michael Gallup Kellen Moore Jason Garrett a lot of interesting things there. Let's play the game if you will in so I can play this properly. Will you go ahead. and run over the eight coaches that That Jerry Okay I got Jimmy. Let me see if I can deal berry. Hold on Jimmy. Bury Chan correct. Okay Campo Campo okay eight parcels okay in then obviously Wade Phillips Jason Aaron Jason Garrett it in now now McCarthy McCarthy okay have I missed anything now okay these are the Jerry Jones and this is going to be a little game. What we call Ed's GonNa read the quote? Ed Went Back and looked at all these news conferences. Jerry at Don awed things he said about specific head coaches. Ed's GonNa say the quote and I'm going to guess who he said it about and the basis of this is to demonstrate the level of hyperbole that typically takes place when Jerry Jones has one of these press conferences introducing his new head coach. All right all right. So let's do the all the wonderful things he said about Mike McCarthy's we won't even include him all right on the other coaches he hired. Here's here's the first one. He is qualified in capable. We have the right man. He's highly innovative creative mind. Here's a big kid on the offensive side of the ball. He's a proven play caller. And someone who has done it in big games okay. I can't eliminate some people people there immediately in. I'm going to go. ooh Okay. This has to be either Garrett Org gaily okay this is Jason Garrett or Gaily. I'm going to go with Chan do you are correct. Means you're going to get to. You're right because Jimmy Johnson so famous that we all know that that one next to eliminate the mystery what this coach will bring us. He says the name will be worth more than if we had five. First round draft choices and five heisman trophy winners history will show that one of the finest things that ever or happen to the cowboys is Jimmy. Johns Jimmy Johnson. But that was a great moment. Jerry's that that that we talked about. That's that was jerry very giving someone like credit norm ass- value of the head coach. Jerry would devalue on. Let's see what's next okay. This person was the most qualified coach in our sport that you could draw up if you were drawing your own Rembrandt. I don't I mean this one guys my friends. So I'm going to eliminate Kampe it's not nice eliminate Garrett I'm GonNa Eliminate Wade and I'm going to eliminate that is not that does not sound like Switzer. I'M GONNA go with Bill. Parsons you're correct three. This is amazing. You're going to get the pay this this bill. All right the guy next to me has my personal and total trust and commitment and the guy next to me is your coach of the Dallas Cowboys. And he just happens to be as talented and happens to be a special for this situation at this time for the Dallas cowboys which which is kind of Jerry Awkward Sentence. That doesn't really make sense but at this time over going to get one of these wrong I know Home Okay I'm GonNa say he for this time. Oh Gosh okay so this could be Switzer Campo or Garrett on it's very tepid type start like the Rim Brent type thing like parcels so I'm going to go with Campo Switzer got one wrong all right all right all right. Are you ready for this one. Yeah we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experience. That knows the game. The candidly knows personnel. Playing the game right now. That doesn't help me. Because the generic too many crisis generic nature of Campo or Garrett. Oh wait wait Phillip. I haven't said wage on you. Got Three possibilities either Campo Phillips Garrett see it one more time. I'm that one we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experienced. That knows the game that candidly knows the personnel playing the game way you are correct sir. All right let's see if you can tell the difference between Kampala anyway. I'm trying to decide which is one of these. The overwhelming majority of input. I have received a very common thread right and the theme was very simple. This is perfect. You have a man on your staff who is very smart extremely talented and ready to be at go to the NFL. Both of those guys were already on the staff. Correct very nice. Though hint there so that doesn't really the overwhelming majority of input. I received had a very common thread and the theme was very simple. That it didn't ring up Bill parcells era. So I'm going to go with Campo you are correct only one Nisa Handy. So here's what he said about. I do believe this is Jason Garrett at his press conference I do believe he has the temperament he. He has the disposition to effect a culture change. I think that is important. We all know. Men's styles are different. His style is one that I feel could be very effective. Okay okay all right. So you're right. Jerry was wrong and for that he gets ten years of non winning replay off. If we three playoff appearances in a full decade Jason Garrett coach all but eight games of the last decade which goes down as as the decade in which the cowboys won the fewest playoff berths in their history with three. Were you the person you always come up with. The help of. It was not a fun game by the way I love it. I love it. I think our people loved it yes. PF stats and Info and you come up with some really good stats. What was the one? Where like the the during no during the McCarthy era in Green Bay in the Garrett era in Dallas the the plus minus points it was the plus minus takeaways? These does that. Does that ring a bell with you go but I heard a million things recently with jumped in my hair when I think is interesting. Okay Compares McCarthy's final two years in Green Bay and Garrett's last two years here one of Mike McCarthy's undoing 's in Green Bay was his inability to be hey good teams over his final two seasons with the packers Green Bay went three fourteen in one against teams. That finished the season with a winning record three fourteen in one want Jason Garrett in such games. The last two years of his cowboys coaching career went five and ten a little bit better including two in six is this year but in games in his career against teams with a winning record Jason Garrett went twenty five and forty four so he mostly beat up on bad teams or mediocre teams frequently win or not with regularity win against is the better teams in the successful type team. Now that's an interesting one. I'm going to now reach way back into my head and I apologize to anyone. I'm not crediting here but this one was one. I Love Ed I think you'll like to the football. What what Garrett talk about constantly the value of the football protecting the football takeaways? When he first got the job he was? That was a huge thing. I heard one the other day that you'll like it was during Mike McCarthy's time in Green Bay on a plus a plus a plus minus type situation and takeaways was a plus Ninety three okay Jason. Garrett was a minus five. I mean you look like why did this guy have success. Why what about this guy? Why did he not breakthrough that necessarily an enormous number in like the NFL so anyway? That was a number that Just grabbed my attention the other day that I happen to come across. Okay we get some final comments. Ed You and I need to make. Let's do one more thing. I want to hear from a former cowboys. Wide receivers coach. He got fired about the three or four days ago and on the day after he got fired officially he was hoping in fact he hoped that the new regime might keep him on. He is the wide receivers coach for the cowboys. Sunday allow the day after he got fired. He said Yeah. I'll come on with you and I thought that was very kind and generous. Gracious whatever you WANNA call it always had how good her interactions with him. And he's a very highly regarded person around the league. I think the fact.

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The Doomsday Podcast

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Pleased with the everybody be real pleased with the staff that he puts together. I think it's GonNa be a great group coaches still work to do and certainly Michael Make great choices there. And he's ready to share the directions we're headed and I know he'll be in front of you guys to to share that all right here. Is that in this redeployment game. You WanNa play this do that now that now. We actually have a fired member of this coaching staff to possibly hear from a someone who is sick packing that I was able to track down. Had A little interview. You with all my my radio GIG and so we'll get to that Sunday Lau cowboys. Wide Receivers coach will get you some interesting information on. He weighed waiting. On a Mario Cooper. Michael Gallup Kellen Moore Jason Garrett a lot of interesting things there. Let's play the game if you will in so I can play this properly. Will you go ahead. and run over the eight coaches that That Jerry Okay I got Jimmy. Let me see if I can deal berry. Hold on Jimmy. Bury Chan correct. Okay Campo Campo okay eight parcels okay in then obviously Wade Phillips Jason Aaron Jason Garrett it in now now McCarthy McCarthy okay have I missed anything now okay these are the Jerry Jones and this is going to be a little game. What we call Ed's GonNa read the quote? Ed Went Back and looked at all these news conferences. Jerry at Don awed things he said about specific head coaches. Ed's GonNa say the quote and I'm going to guess who he said it about and the basis of this is to demonstrate the level of hyperbole that typically takes place when Jerry Jones has one of these press conferences introducing his new head coach. All right all right. So let's do the all the wonderful things he said about Mike McCarthy's we won't even include him all right on the other coaches he hired. Here's here's the first one. He is qualified in capable. We have the right man. He's highly innovative creative mind. Here's a big kid on the offensive side of the ball. He's a proven play caller. And someone who has done it in big games okay. I can't eliminate some people people there immediately in. I'm going to go. ooh Okay. This has to be either Garrett Org gaily okay this is Jason Garrett or Gaily. I'm going to go with Chan do you are correct. Means you're going to get to. You're right because Jimmy Johnson so famous that we all know that that one next to eliminate the mystery what this coach will bring us. He says the name will be worth more than if we had five. First round draft choices and five heisman trophy winners history will show that one of the finest things that ever or happen to the cowboys is Jimmy. Johns Jimmy Johnson. But that was a great moment. Jerry's that that that we talked about. That's that was jerry very giving someone like credit norm ass- value of the head coach. Jerry would devalue on. Let's see what's next okay. This person was the most qualified coach in our sport that you could draw up if you were drawing your own Rembrandt. I don't I mean this one guys my friends. So I'm going to eliminate Kampe it's not nice eliminate Garrett I'm GonNa Eliminate Wade and I'm going to eliminate that is not that does not sound like Switzer. I'M GONNA go with Bill. Parsons you're correct three. This is amazing. You're going to get the pay this this bill. All right the guy next to me has my personal and total trust and commitment and the guy next to me is your coach of the Dallas Cowboys. And he just happens to be as talented and happens to be a special for this situation at this time for the Dallas cowboys which which is kind of Jerry Awkward Sentence. That doesn't really make sense but at this time over going to get one of these wrong I know Home Okay I'm GonNa say he for this time. Oh Gosh okay so this could be Switzer Campo or Garrett on it's very tepid type start like the Rim Brent type thing like parcels so I'm going to go with Campo Switzer got one wrong all right all right all right. Are you ready for this one. Yeah we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experience. That knows the game. The candidly knows personnel. Playing the game right now. That doesn't help me. Because the generic too many crisis generic nature of Campo or Garrett. Oh wait wait Phillip. I haven't said wage on you. Got Three possibilities either Campo Phillips Garrett see it one more time. I'm that one we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experienced. That knows the game that candidly knows the personnel playing the game way you are correct sir. All right let's see if you can tell the difference between Kampala anyway. I'm trying to decide which is one of these. The overwhelming majority of input. I have received a very common thread right and the theme was very simple. This is perfect. You have a man on your staff who is very smart extremely talented and ready to be at go to the NFL. Both of those guys were already on the staff. Correct very nice. Though hint there so that doesn't really the overwhelming majority of input. I received had a very common thread and the theme was very simple. That it didn't ring up Bill parcells era. So I'm going to go with Campo you are correct only one Nisa Handy. So here's what he said about. I do believe this is Jason Garrett at his press conference I do believe he has the temperament he. He has the disposition to effect a culture change. I think that is important. We all know. Men's styles are different. His style is one that I feel could be very effective. Okay okay all right. So you're right. Jerry was wrong and for that he gets ten years of non winning replay off. If we three playoff appearances in a full decade Jason Garrett coach all but eight games of the last decade which goes down as as the decade in which the cowboys won the fewest playoff berths in their history with three. Were you the person you always come up with. The help of. It was not a fun game by the way I love it. I love it. I think our people loved it yes. PF stats and Info and you come up with some really good stats. What was the one? Where like the the during no during the McCarthy era in Green Bay in the Garrett era in Dallas the the plus minus points it was the plus minus takeaways? These does that. Does that ring a bell with you go but I heard a million things recently with jumped in my hair when I think is interesting. Okay Compares McCarthy's final two years in Green Bay and Garrett's last two years here one of Mike McCarthy's undoing 's in Green Bay was his inability to be hey good teams over his final two seasons with the packers Green Bay went three fourteen in one against teams. That finished the season with a winning record three fourteen in one want Jason Garrett in such games. The last two years of his cowboys coaching career went five and ten a little bit better including two in six is this year but in games in his career against teams with a winning record Jason Garrett went twenty five and forty four so he mostly beat up on bad teams or mediocre teams frequently win or not with regularity win against is the better teams in the successful type team. Now that's an interesting one. I'm going to now reach way back into my head and I apologize to anyone. I'm not crediting here but this one was one. I Love Ed I think you'll like to the football. What what Garrett talk about constantly the value of the football protecting the football takeaways? When he first got the job he was? That was a huge thing. I heard one the other day that you'll like it was during Mike McCarthy's time in Green Bay on a plus a plus a plus minus type situation and takeaways was a plus Ninety three okay Jason. Garrett was a minus five. I mean you look like why did this guy have success. Why what about this guy? Why did he not breakthrough that necessarily an enormous number in like the NFL so anyway? That was a number that Just grabbed my attention the other day that I happen to come across. Okay we get some final comments. Ed You and I need to make. Let's do one more thing. I want to hear from a former cowboys. Wide receivers coach. He got fired about the three or four days ago and on the day after he got fired officially he was hoping in fact he hoped that the new regime might keep him on. He is the wide receivers coach for the cowboys. Sunday allow the day after he got fired. He said Yeah. I'll come on with you and I thought that was very kind and generous. Gracious whatever you WANNA call it always had how good her interactions with him. And he's a very highly regarded person around the league. I think the fact.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"To him and after hearing hit him his news conference. And what are your I'm sorta very funny to me that Jerry. For for instance said the other day that he had this quote about. If you give other people credit you know it will it will. It'll make view the king or something you you'll remember it better than I do but basically if you'll just give other people in credit that that's that's that's what I'll make you great and that's not not really what Jerry's been known for over the years Eddie. You have come up with. I don't know if you want to call it this three alive that Jerry told it is opening news conference but but let's call them discrepancies. We've both been longtime Jerry Jones observers. Were there are a few things you heard in the opening news conference. That gave you pause about Jerry. While my first impression of the news this conference is this seem like one of the few times. The Jerry held a press conference to introduce the next cowboys coach and he seemed genuinely the impressed by the man sitting next door but hasn't always been the case and in a few minutes. We're GONNA play a great game because I've gone back and looked at the press conferences of all eight Jerry. Jones hires as head coach. And I pulled off a quo. He used to describe the man in the circumstance. And I'm going to see if you can put one statement with the right coach. We're GONNA play that okay so so you ask me a question. I'm answering so jerry. said he had a sign on his desk. That said quote. What if you're willing to give credit to others you'll conquer the world? My first observation is why did you. Why is that not still there that still be in a guiding principle and my second thought is if he's being truthful about that then? Why isn't it Jerry satisfied with the credit? That owners Robert Kraft seem to accept that are bestowed upon successful owner Super Bowl Championship. Owners in my second point is if that's true. Then why is Jimmy. Johnson the ring of honor. Those are my two questions about that. Then he got kind of emotional and he seemed to take offense about the general description and perception that that Jerry is operates on Tottenham Asli to the detriment of his head. Coach is when it comes to personnel. The Jerry uses his general manager club too liberally and he said some how this this thing has turned me into something perceived that I don't like about it because it is a real reveal it is a we deal. Well well I think during the bill parcells air that terrel owens was a weed decision. And I don't think the jury during the decade of Jason Garrett that Greg Hardy and Randy Gregory were we decisions. I think those Jerry decision so that's not always true even and then the final the thing is and I think everybody knows that he took exception to this. Jerry said he wanted Mike McCarthy to pick his own staff and allow him to do that that he's always believed believed that and then he seemed to stare down the skeptics in the audience. And I would say this. I don't think we built higher Jason Garrett Jerod as offensive coordinator and eventually paid him more than the head coach himself. I believe that was Jerry so I think in those three ways as yeah. Jerry was not entirely truthful. There may have been some elements of the truth and what he said but there are certainly early examples of that not being the way think. Yeah Yeah I think you're right. I think in every statement Jerry makes there might be an element of truth. It's not always. It's not always the full truth that it's really interesting. Some of the stuff you just said about an especially especially that final statement we. We've heard Jerry over the years. Make any statement about coaches. I thought your Jimmy thing is interesting because if you're going to literally say I used to have a saying that I looked at in my office where you give other others credit I eh I like I like the way he phrased it. It's a good quote. I don't really know exactly have we have. You looked by the way to see where that came from but anyway wherever it came from initially initially. You're totally right. I mean if Jerry really wanted to do a full circle close the loop you. He's in the hall of fame now if he if he felt truly secure as as as we've found out billionaires even billionaires feel insecure at times he would have gotten Jimmy thing dawn I mean he got freaking Gil Brandt in. I mean that that came from a previous regime. He fired the brand now. That's nice so whether it's in the hall of fame or not is a different issue. Terry controls the ring of honor. Absolutely any makes this huge thing think of the exclusivity we gotta keep. This thing exclusive. nope thing I love about Gil Gill has I don't know if you follow him on twitter. Recently real his turned over his twitter to somebody else because it has now become the wittiest twitter account in the world. Elsa somebody's doing that and also. Gill is very very appreciative of Jerry Jerry. Exactly I think it goes that direction but I won't get won't get sidetracked there now. Ed One of the great things that you and I do. Is We kind of team up. I was a little late for the press conference. I know that's shocking. To you had a little trouble getting in there may have been cut stat by member of the PR staff. The things happen to be may have been cussed at. That's Okay I've even cussed out by higher level people than that. While I got in there I did make it in. And then right after the news conference you and everybody goes. Oh the new shiny thing Mike McCarthy owner Phil talked to us a little more and they surround round. And what did you and I do. I see you in Stephen and I kind of gave you that. Look you didn't see me really but I kinda was like and then somebody he tried to kind of come in on our deal and I thought is Ed. I don't I don't want to jump in but then I kind of thought you know. What Edna teammates the Doomsday podcast in? So boom you you and I started a nice thing with Stephen Nell later in this in this interview. You'll hear other people but I think you agree with me isn't is it always good to get Steven's perspective and something you may not here in this podcast. It was a funny moment during the news conference. When you you basically basically said and Steven Steven I wanted to see if your mic was working? Because he's here we heard it has to question the poor guy sitting there. He's the second in command of the cowboys. It sounds like he decided it. Mike McCarthy was the guy before Jerry decided that Mike McCarthy was the guy so yeah I thought hey. Let's get Stevens funny. Hey come this whole thing like you did that. That was kind of funny moment in the news conference. And then you and I kind of surrounded Stephen and and so the first part of this this air you'll hear other people kind of show up and get into this thing but the main portion of course is is the doomsday boys. It's ordering Mosele with Steven Jones. Here's a good nine minutes with Steven. Jones owns. That happened immediately after the McCarthy news conference Jerry seem I mean there's nothing not impressed about and you know people say they've never wanted to spots most of the time guys after they win super bowls. Either retire they either. Yeah so they So anyway I think we got very fortunate here. You know the hardest thing about one. Coaching job from available is just having good coaches. Who are that's MHM that's rare. I mean that's one of the reasons why we love continuity and don't like to change time. Good coaches are under contract. That's where the Hickman comparison. Yeah Yeah you don't just fortunate. There were rumors along the way that maybe you had visited with a college coach or two from a due diligence standpoint. Did you at least explore that or did it never even really get to that point. I mean we do a lot of exploring during I do on our own and we actually actually you know had phone calls with coaches on phones and you know and and talked about a lot of different situations but as far as you know what we're real uh willing to really talk about to start formal.

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The Doomsday Podcast

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"To him and after hearing hit him his news conference. And what are your I'm sorta very funny to me that Jerry. For for instance said the other day that he had this quote about. If you give other people credit you know it will it will. It'll make view the king or something you you'll remember it better than I do but basically if you'll just give other people in credit that that's that's that's what I'll make you great and that's not not really what Jerry's been known for over the years Eddie. You have come up with. I don't know if you want to call it this three alive that Jerry told it is opening news conference but but let's call them discrepancies. We've both been longtime Jerry Jones observers. Were there are a few things you heard in the opening news conference. That gave you pause about Jerry. While my first impression of the news this conference is this seem like one of the few times. The Jerry held a press conference to introduce the next cowboys coach and he seemed genuinely the impressed by the man sitting next door but hasn't always been the case and in a few minutes. We're GONNA play a great game because I've gone back and looked at the press conferences of all eight Jerry. Jones hires as head coach. And I pulled off a quo. He used to describe the man in the circumstance. And I'm going to see if you can put one statement with the right coach. We're GONNA play that okay so so you ask me a question. I'm answering so jerry. said he had a sign on his desk. That said quote. What if you're willing to give credit to others you'll conquer the world? My first observation is why did you. Why is that not still there that still be in a guiding principle and my second thought is if he's being truthful about that then? Why isn't it Jerry satisfied with the credit? That owners Robert Kraft seem to accept that are bestowed upon successful owner Super Bowl Championship. Owners in my second point is if that's true. Then why is Jimmy. Johnson the ring of honor. Those are my two questions about that. Then he got kind of emotional and he seemed to take offense about the general description and perception that that Jerry is operates on Tottenham Asli to the detriment of his head. Coach is when it comes to personnel. The Jerry uses his general manager club too liberally and he said some how this this thing has turned me into something perceived that I don't like about it because it is a real reveal it is a we deal. Well well I think during the bill parcells air that terrel owens was a weed decision. And I don't think the jury during the decade of Jason Garrett that Greg Hardy and Randy Gregory were we decisions. I think those Jerry decision so that's not always true even and then the final the thing is and I think everybody knows that he took exception to this. Jerry said he wanted Mike McCarthy to pick his own staff and allow him to do that that he's always believed believed that and then he seemed to stare down the skeptics in the audience. And I would say this. I don't think we built higher Jason Garrett Jerod as offensive coordinator and eventually paid him more than the head coach himself. I believe that was Jerry so I think in those three ways as yeah. Jerry was not entirely truthful. There may have been some elements of the truth and what he said but there are certainly early examples of that not being the way think. Yeah Yeah I think you're right. I think in every statement Jerry makes there might be an element of truth. It's not always. It's not always the full truth that it's really interesting. Some of the stuff you just said about an especially especially that final statement we. We've heard Jerry over the years. Make any statement about coaches. I thought your Jimmy thing is interesting because if you're going to literally say I used to have a saying that I looked at in my office where you give other others credit I eh I like I like the way he phrased it. It's a good quote. I don't really know exactly have we have. You looked by the way to see where that came from but anyway wherever it came from initially initially. You're totally right. I mean if Jerry really wanted to do a full circle close the loop you. He's in the hall of fame now if he if he felt truly secure as as as we've found out billionaires even billionaires feel insecure at times he would have gotten Jimmy thing dawn I mean he got freaking Gil Brandt in. I mean that that came from a previous regime. He fired the brand now. That's nice so whether it's in the hall of fame or not is a different issue. Terry controls the ring of honor. Absolutely any makes this huge thing think of the exclusivity we gotta keep. This thing exclusive. nope thing I love about Gil Gill has I don't know if you follow him on twitter. Recently real his turned over his twitter to somebody else because it has now become the wittiest twitter account in the world. Elsa somebody's doing that and also. Gill is very very appreciative of Jerry Jerry. Exactly I think it goes that direction but I won't get won't get sidetracked there now. Ed One of the great things that you and I do. Is We kind of team up. I was a little late for the press conference. I know that's shocking. To you had a little trouble getting in there may have been cut stat by member of the PR staff. The things happen to be may have been cussed at. That's Okay I've even cussed out by higher level people than that. While I got in there I did make it in. And then right after the news conference you and everybody goes. Oh the new shiny thing Mike McCarthy owner Phil talked to us a little more and they surround round. And what did you and I do. I see you in Stephen and I kind of gave you that. Look you didn't see me really but I kinda was like and then somebody he tried to kind of come in on our deal and I thought is Ed. I don't I don't want to jump in but then I kind of thought you know. What Edna teammates the Doomsday podcast in? So boom you you and I started a nice thing with Stephen Nell later in this in this interview. You'll hear other people but I think you agree with me isn't is it always good to get Steven's perspective and something you may not here in this podcast. It was a funny moment during the news conference. When you you basically basically said and Steven Steven I wanted to see if your mic was working? Because he's here we heard it has to question the poor guy sitting there. He's the second in command of the cowboys. It sounds like he decided it. Mike McCarthy was the guy before Jerry decided that Mike McCarthy was the guy so yeah I thought hey. Let's get Stevens funny. Hey come this whole thing like you did that. That was kind of funny moment in the news conference. And then you and I kind of surrounded Stephen and and so the first part of this this air you'll hear other people kind of show up and get into this thing but the main portion of course is is the doomsday boys. It's ordering Mosele with Steven Jones. Here's a good nine minutes with Steven. Jones owns. That happened immediately after the McCarthy news conference Jerry seem I mean there's nothing not impressed about and you know people say they've never wanted to spots most of the time guys after they win super bowls. Either retire they either. Yeah so they So anyway I think we got very fortunate here. You know the hardest thing about one. Coaching job from available is just having good coaches. Who are that's MHM that's rare. I mean that's one of the reasons why we love continuity and don't like to change time. Good coaches are under contract. That's where the Hickman comparison. Yeah Yeah you don't just fortunate. There were rumors along the way that maybe you had visited with a college coach or two from a due diligence standpoint. Did you at least explore that or did it never even really get to that point. I mean we do a lot of exploring during I do on our own and we actually actually you know had phone calls with coaches on phones and you know and and talked about a lot of different situations but as far as you know what we're real uh willing to really talk about to start formal.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Met with him yet? which I think is probably a little disconcerting to them Kelly Moore is going to stay as offensive coordinator but my sense is? He's not going to call the plays at something. Mike McCarthy always done he certainly certainly not going to turn his offense over to somebody who called plays once but did finish number one in the NFL based on yards but doesn't really know his system like he knew the one that was implemented or Scotland. Eoghan but I think he regards as a young promising very bright guy who has a lot to offer especially to the veteran coaching staff. I think he's assembling whether John Kitten remains I don't know I would probably lean lean toward keeping him but I'm not sure that there's a place for him on the coaching staff. So that'll be an interesting thing for him. Determine but one of the most interesting things he said you'll the interview was. I asked him about the transition that the office of players are going to have to make to a new system like all of these players have played in one system. They've all been in here with the exception. I guess a whitten Jason Witten who I've we don't know if he's returning or not None of them have played in any other system Jason Garrett Offensive System as modified by Scotland and Dan and last year killing more but he said you'll hear this IM- explain it but he said he wants to build on what they have. He doesn't want to just come in and junk what they have have and start all over with his system he wants to take what they have and merge with it with what he wants to do and build something off that that going forward so not a complete tear down start over project and he also talked about Dak Prescott. I know he said that he's he thinks he's capable. I love winning a super bowl as quarterback. He thinks he can potentially be a great quarterback. If I were him I would not try to take too much I to what they have after coming off eight I would. I would come in you. Take the talent. That's here but I would not feel bad at all about bringing being a lot of what he plans to bring. which is in? It's GonNa be fascinating and we were asking about the other day. We even talk Stephen about it. You'll hear our interview with Stephen Stephen Jones here in a little bit. How do you meld the West Coast offense with what they've been doing which was the old gym peasy a little? I mean it is a different thing. How do you meld those two or do you do a whole new thing okay? This is our chance now to hear Ed Order First and foremost of the Doomsday podcast but also of ESPN but he was doing this for ESPN. And here is is exclusive sitdown with Mike McCarthy The new head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and you talk talk about walking past the statues curly. Lambeau and Vince Lombardi. Now you're gonNA coach in a building with the statute Tom Landry outside. What kind of pressure comes with that? Well I think it's not the obvious you know this is history. Tradition is is very important. Both franchises and and I think it's something you you have to feel the responsibility and you're the steward of the psychotic franchise and with that It's just more of a focus in and make sure the organization is always represented the right way during the year. The you're fired and not coaching the packers. You stayed in Green Bay and you watch them. Acquire free agents. Who made a big difference and they went thirteen in in three? Your your way. How hard was that for you? Given the circumstances I think it's really the reality of being touched. Where where the team was that point in those decisions to to bring a free agents? He just didn't happen that day. I mean those talks that went on for quite some time so I mean I I think you just have to give him a lot of credit for. It made the moves that they needed to do. You need to make in this off on thirty. Two coaches have won super superbowls. None has won a super bowl two different teams. What makes you think this can happen here for you? I think in place and you know how you bring them together and how you're able to keep the consistency of of winning you know consistently the put yourself in position shouldn't make sure your team's ready for that playoff run so there's so much that goes into winning the super bowl and that's really where my time and energy is placed. It's just staying on top all the components honest and really bringing everybody together to make sure we stay on sale and of course the cowboys hired you. Because you're an experienced coach. You approve in winter. They think they have a team. They can go deep in the playoffs. What are your expectations? I mean really my expectations and make sure we stay focused on building the best ninety man roster we possibly can to make sure are are training camp in the off season programmers competitive as possible and there were sitting here You know at the end at the end making a bunch of hard decisions decisions for the fifty three hundred sixty three. That's really my expectations. Because there's a process that is that we have to build to get point and and then with that of start playing the real game saw I I get the rhetoric. I think it's I understand it enough. Fortunate been part of it for a long time but I've always I think it's important to keep the time and energy and focus on the process in Green Bay. There was no single owner. The president of the General Manager were pretty reclusive publicly. And so you were the dominant voice organization here. We're kind of at the other end of the spectrum. Jerry's a big presence. How different do you think that'll be for you? I'm just on a couple of days Adalah but it's it's breath the fresh air and Just really Jerry. And his whole family Just the energy that they bring to the to the workplace. Every day it's been awesome. Steven said He he he anticipates you having much influence in personnel as bill parcells and Jerry. Talk to the press conference that we decisions is that reassuring to you. Oh absolutely I think it was definitely part of the interview process and Just in a little town I've been hearing. I mean I've had oh shoot six seven seven eight conversations that they will and and you know todd's also been part of that and and Steven so it's Personnels and everyday everyday thing so I mean you have to approach that way. It's it goes on twenty four seven twelve months time so that's the focus in and I'm joined that part of it Most of the players here have only played in one system on offense. How big a transition is it going to beef? That's a great question. I I think that's really what the interview process will bring light to. And you know as we as we go through the interviews and the direction moving forward because I do want to try to build off all the positive things already in place here so I I don't WanNa throw throw out the baby with the bathwater Among the take that approach I don't I don't think that's right approach so I do want to make sure if we can take advantage of. What's in place and going off? You coach Joe Montana or maybe he coached you and your career. Joko smells quality control so coach to i. I love the credit. But it's not really I work with Joe Montana Brett right farve and Aaron Rodgers. What from those experiences to you do bring benefit Dak Prescott? Well it it just it just shows you three different body types. You know Aaron bread very similar and and really some of the things I've done from from fundamental standpoint. Maybe we can tweak in the plot to to his game but I think the mental approach From what I'm told that is is right there so I'm really looking forward to working with. That's all right there. It was in EH. You did a good job of kind of getting in getting out you you stay to your five minutes and I thought you got some interesting things out and unlike others in the TV v community. You didn't need to hear yourself talk for a long time. You get your questions in there the TV folks are known for some really long questions so some radio people that I know have been known for some someone questions but good stuff. Come in. Come in from Mike McCarthy after speaking speaking.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Met with him yet? which I think is probably a little disconcerting to them Kelly Moore is going to stay as offensive coordinator but my sense is? He's not going to call the plays at something. Mike McCarthy always done he certainly certainly not going to turn his offense over to somebody who called plays once but did finish number one in the NFL based on yards but doesn't really know his system like he knew the one that was implemented or Scotland. Eoghan but I think he regards as a young promising very bright guy who has a lot to offer especially to the veteran coaching staff. I think he's assembling whether John Kitten remains I don't know I would probably lean lean toward keeping him but I'm not sure that there's a place for him on the coaching staff. So that'll be an interesting thing for him. Determine but one of the most interesting things he said you'll the interview was. I asked him about the transition that the office of players are going to have to make to a new system like all of these players have played in one system. They've all been in here with the exception. I guess a whitten Jason Witten who I've we don't know if he's returning or not None of them have played in any other system Jason Garrett Offensive System as modified by Scotland and Dan and last year killing more but he said you'll hear this IM- explain it but he said he wants to build on what they have. He doesn't want to just come in and junk what they have have and start all over with his system he wants to take what they have and merge with it with what he wants to do and build something off that that going forward so not a complete tear down start over project and he also talked about Dak Prescott. I know he said that he's he thinks he's capable. I love winning a super bowl as quarterback. He thinks he can potentially be a great quarterback. If I were him I would not try to take too much I to what they have after coming off eight I would. I would come in you. Take the talent. That's here but I would not feel bad at all about bringing being a lot of what he plans to bring. which is in? It's GonNa be fascinating and we were asking about the other day. We even talk Stephen about it. You'll hear our interview with Stephen Stephen Jones here in a little bit. How do you meld the West Coast offense with what they've been doing which was the old gym peasy a little? I mean it is a different thing. How do you meld those two or do you do a whole new thing okay? This is our chance now to hear Ed Order First and foremost of the Doomsday podcast but also of ESPN but he was doing this for ESPN. And here is is exclusive sitdown with Mike McCarthy The new head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and you talk talk about walking past the statues curly. Lambeau and Vince Lombardi. Now you're gonNA coach in a building with the statute Tom Landry outside. What kind of pressure comes with that? Well I think it's not the obvious you know this is history. Tradition is is very important. Both franchises and and I think it's something you you have to feel the responsibility and you're the steward of the psychotic franchise and with that It's just more of a focus in and make sure the organization is always represented the right way during the year. The you're fired and not coaching the packers. You stayed in Green Bay and you watch them. Acquire free agents. Who made a big difference and they went thirteen in in three? Your your way. How hard was that for you? Given the circumstances I think it's really the reality of being touched. Where where the team was that point in those decisions to to bring a free agents? He just didn't happen that day. I mean those talks that went on for quite some time so I mean I I think you just have to give him a lot of credit for. It made the moves that they needed to do. You need to make in this off on thirty. Two coaches have won super superbowls. None has won a super bowl two different teams. What makes you think this can happen here for you? I think in place and you know how you bring them together and how you're able to keep the consistency of of winning you know consistently the put yourself in position shouldn't make sure your team's ready for that playoff run so there's so much that goes into winning the super bowl and that's really where my time and energy is placed. It's just staying on top all the components honest and really bringing everybody together to make sure we stay on sale and of course the cowboys hired you. Because you're an experienced coach. You approve in winter. They think they have a team. They can go deep in the playoffs. What are your expectations? I mean really my expectations and make sure we stay focused on building the best ninety man roster we possibly can to make sure are are training camp in the off season programmers competitive as possible and there were sitting here You know at the end at the end making a bunch of hard decisions decisions for the fifty three hundred sixty three. That's really my expectations. Because there's a process that is that we have to build to get point and and then with that of start playing the real game saw I I get the rhetoric. I think it's I understand it enough. Fortunate been part of it for a long time but I've always I think it's important to keep the time and energy and focus on the process in Green Bay. There was no single owner. The president of the General Manager were pretty reclusive publicly. And so you were the dominant voice organization here. We're kind of at the other end of the spectrum. Jerry's a big presence. How different do you think that'll be for you? I'm just on a couple of days Adalah but it's it's breath the fresh air and Just really Jerry. And his whole family Just the energy that they bring to the to the workplace. Every day it's been awesome. Steven said He he he anticipates you having much influence in personnel as bill parcells and Jerry. Talk to the press conference that we decisions is that reassuring to you. Oh absolutely I think it was definitely part of the interview process and Just in a little town I've been hearing. I mean I've had oh shoot six seven seven eight conversations that they will and and you know todd's also been part of that and and Steven so it's Personnels and everyday everyday thing so I mean you have to approach that way. It's it goes on twenty four seven twelve months time so that's the focus in and I'm joined that part of it Most of the players here have only played in one system on offense. How big a transition is it going to beef? That's a great question. I I think that's really what the interview process will bring light to. And you know as we as we go through the interviews and the direction moving forward because I do want to try to build off all the positive things already in place here so I I don't WanNa throw throw out the baby with the bathwater Among the take that approach I don't I don't think that's right approach so I do want to make sure if we can take advantage of. What's in place and going off? You coach Joe Montana or maybe he coached you and your career. Joko smells quality control so coach to i. I love the credit. But it's not really I work with Joe Montana Brett right farve and Aaron Rodgers. What from those experiences to you do bring benefit Dak Prescott? Well it it just it just shows you three different body types. You know Aaron bread very similar and and really some of the things I've done from from fundamental standpoint. Maybe we can tweak in the plot to to his game but I think the mental approach From what I'm told that is is right there so I'm really looking forward to working with. That's all right there. It was in EH. You did a good job of kind of getting in getting out you you stay to your five minutes and I thought you got some interesting things out and unlike others in the TV v community. You didn't need to hear yourself talk for a long time. You get your questions in there the TV folks are known for some really long questions so some radio people that I know have been known for some someone questions but good stuff. Come in. Come in from Mike McCarthy after speaking speaking.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Met with him yet? which I think is probably a little disconcerting to them Kelly Moore is going to stay as offensive coordinator but my sense is? He's not going to call the plays at something. Mike McCarthy always done he certainly certainly not going to turn his offense over to somebody who called plays once but did finish number one in the NFL based on yards but doesn't really know his system like he knew the one that was implemented or Scotland. Eoghan but I think he regards as a young promising very bright guy who has a lot to offer especially to the veteran coaching staff. I think he's assembling whether John Kitten remains I don't know I would probably lean lean toward keeping him but I'm not sure that there's a place for him on the coaching staff. So that'll be an interesting thing for him. Determine but one of the most interesting things he said you'll the interview was. I asked him about the transition that the office of players are going to have to make to a new system like all of these players have played in one system. They've all been in here with the exception. I guess a whitten Jason Witten who I've we don't know if he's returning or not None of them have played in any other system Jason Garrett Offensive System as modified by Scotland and Dan and last year killing more but he said you'll hear this IM- explain it but he said he wants to build on what they have. He doesn't want to just come in and junk what they have have and start all over with his system he wants to take what they have and merge with it with what he wants to do and build something off that that going forward so not a complete tear down start over project and he also talked about Dak Prescott. I know he said that he's he thinks he's capable. I love winning a super bowl as quarterback. He thinks he can potentially be a great quarterback. If I were him I would not try to take too much I to what they have after coming off eight I would. I would come in you. Take the talent. That's here but I would not feel bad at all about bringing being a lot of what he plans to bring. which is in? It's GonNa be fascinating and we were asking about the other day. We even talk Stephen about it. You'll hear our interview with Stephen Stephen Jones here in a little bit. How do you meld the West Coast offense with what they've been doing which was the old gym peasy a little? I mean it is a different thing. How do you meld those two or do you do a whole new thing okay? This is our chance now to hear Ed Order First and foremost of the Doomsday podcast but also of ESPN but he was doing this for ESPN. And here is is exclusive sitdown with Mike McCarthy The new head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and you talk talk about walking past the statues curly. Lambeau and Vince Lombardi. Now you're gonNA coach in a building with the statute Tom Landry outside. What kind of pressure comes with that? Well I think it's not the obvious you know this is history. Tradition is is very important. Both franchises and and I think it's something you you have to feel the responsibility and you're the steward of the psychotic franchise and with that It's just more of a focus in and make sure the organization is always represented the right way during the year. The you're fired and not coaching the packers. You stayed in Green Bay and you watch them. Acquire free agents. Who made a big difference and they went thirteen in in three? Your your way. How hard was that for you? Given the circumstances I think it's really the reality of being touched. Where where the team was that point in those decisions to to bring a free agents? He just didn't happen that day. I mean those talks that went on for quite some time so I mean I I think you just have to give him a lot of credit for. It made the moves that they needed to do. You need to make in this off on thirty. Two coaches have won super superbowls. None has won a super bowl two different teams. What makes you think this can happen here for you? I think in place and you know how you bring them together and how you're able to keep the consistency of of winning you know consistently the put yourself in position shouldn't make sure your team's ready for that playoff run so there's so much that goes into winning the super bowl and that's really where my time and energy is placed. It's just staying on top all the components honest and really bringing everybody together to make sure we stay on sale and of course the cowboys hired you. Because you're an experienced coach. You approve in winter. They think they have a team. They can go deep in the playoffs. What are your expectations? I mean really my expectations and make sure we stay focused on building the best ninety man roster we possibly can to make sure are are training camp in the off season programmers competitive as possible and there were sitting here You know at the end at the end making a bunch of hard decisions decisions for the fifty three hundred sixty three. That's really my expectations. Because there's a process that is that we have to build to get point and and then with that of start playing the real game saw I I get the rhetoric. I think it's I understand it enough. Fortunate been part of it for a long time but I've always I think it's important to keep the time and energy and focus on the process in Green Bay. There was no single owner. The president of the General Manager were pretty reclusive publicly. And so you were the dominant voice organization here. We're kind of at the other end of the spectrum. Jerry's a big presence. How different do you think that'll be for you? I'm just on a couple of days Adalah but it's it's breath the fresh air and Just really Jerry. And his whole family Just the energy that they bring to the to the workplace. Every day it's been awesome. Steven said He he he anticipates you having much influence in personnel as bill parcells and Jerry. Talk to the press conference that we decisions is that reassuring to you. Oh absolutely I think it was definitely part of the interview process and Just in a little town I've been hearing. I mean I've had oh shoot six seven seven eight conversations that they will and and you know todd's also been part of that and and Steven so it's Personnels and everyday everyday thing so I mean you have to approach that way. It's it goes on twenty four seven twelve months time so that's the focus in and I'm joined that part of it Most of the players here have only played in one system on offense. How big a transition is it going to beef? That's a great question. I I think that's really what the interview process will bring light to. And you know as we as we go through the interviews and the direction moving forward because I do want to try to build off all the positive things already in place here so I I don't WanNa throw throw out the baby with the bathwater Among the take that approach I don't I don't think that's right approach so I do want to make sure if we can take advantage of. What's in place and going off? You coach Joe Montana or maybe he coached you and your career. Joko smells quality control so coach to i. I love the credit. But it's not really I work with Joe Montana Brett right farve and Aaron Rodgers. What from those experiences to you do bring benefit Dak Prescott? Well it it just it just shows you three different body types. You know Aaron bread very similar and and really some of the things I've done from from fundamental standpoint. Maybe we can tweak in the plot to to his game but I think the mental approach From what I'm told that is is right there so I'm really looking forward to working with. That's all right there. It was in EH. You did a good job of kind of getting in getting out you you stay to your five minutes and I thought you got some interesting things out and unlike others in the TV v community. You didn't need to hear yourself talk for a long time. You get your questions in there the TV folks are known for some really long questions so some radio people that I know have been known for some someone questions but good stuff. Come in. Come in from Mike McCarthy after speaking speaking.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Exactly. No, no, we appreciate it is Sean Lee from Oxnard from a beautiful tent here in the VIP area of practice in his final week. Last thing I'll say, are you cool now with by the way, sitting out like you missed eight or nine full practice, not the whole practices, but you know not the full thing or if you put them as your is your thirty two, though, at least kind of embracing that you're always a guy who was pissed off if you weren't playing, you know. But I mean, you kind of understand the wisdom of that at least a little bit more now and you think you're cool with it. They get the plan. I get get get out the practice or not. See your guys going through Paktis grinding you want to be part of that year sec there. They will never be a way around not being angry when you get out and when you love playing football. So I'm always going to have issues with it. I understand it, but you know, sometimes dealing with that frustration and can be tough, which is the reason Jason Garrett said yesterday about fifteen conversations of Sean about his practice schedule. Yeah, that is true. I mean, it's like plan and then try to ramp it up and try to fight them and then they pulled back. All right. There he is Sean Lee media, darling Cowboys. Yes. And there was with shoddy Lee earlier today. A man who he boy, he'll he loves to drop some expletives on you on the field, but off the field when doing these interviews vary very thoughtful and enjoyed our time with him and well always enjoy. I think I think Sean made it clear today. He made the voice, the legendary voice of the Cowboys, Brad sham weighed on him and said, I wanna do doomsday I and to me, and that's an important thing and a good decision by Sean, he shows tremendous judgment almost every aspect of his football life and did so yet again, today, you know, people who who ask why the Cowboys would not take a receiver in the first round of the draft when they let go of Dez Bryant. I think they drafted late in edge for a lot of reasons. One of them is there one in eight, the last three years when Sean lease on the field, it's really been kind of shocking how futile they are on defense when he's not in the game during their three game losing streak last year when when Lee was injured, they allowed twelve hundred and thirty four yards in ninety two points that's literally a hundred more yards and ten more points per game than their season averages without Sean Lee. So it would seem like now they've protected themselves against that being that an issue of that magnitude going forward. Yeah. I mean, in some sense, you could say one of the most valuable players in the league because you can certainly back that up with numbers and what that shows and it was it was fun having Sean on. I would say this Ed, I, there are. Remember Bill Parcells who we both covered back with the Cowboys starting in two thousand three. One of the things he always talked about was not letting certain positions one position hold you hostage. It happened to him actually into kicking position at one point. I think that's that was the context he was talking about. It's happened with the Cowboys when when Sean Lee goes out, it also happened when the left tackle Tyron Smith went out and in one of the reasons teams are there, you're in, you're out in one of.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"It is day three of our trip out here to Oxnard, California Cowboys camp frito nation, productions course Edward or alongside Ed as we get ready for day three got some a couple more big guests to present one in particular Sean Lee, and it is amazing. We brought it up to him the fact that Sean Lee, you know, it still seems like it was yesterday when he was a second round, pick Cowboys loved to take injury risk or k. rug risk or characteristic in the second round. They've done both this guy. Sean Lee has turned out all those had some injuries along the way to be to to make that risk off quite a bit and what it's great to have him on today. I think he's one of the guys that kind of gives him reassurance that this gambit that they run every year or seemingly in the second round can often produce worthwhile results with the retirement of of Jason Witten. We know. That John Lee now the longest tenured starting player on offense or defense for the Cowboys. He'll tell us how remarkably fast his career has passed, and he still hopes to achieve and give us some interesting. I think insights and opinions into some of the other. The key young players on the Cowboys believe could be very good defense of one of the best ones they've had in recent years yet. I gotta say, I think shun. He's been part of quite a few linebacker rooms. I since that with the addition of the rookie late and Vander h. and jailed Smith that this might be in his estimate as the most talented or have the highest ceiling of any of these linebacker groups. And we always want to thank our buddies at at Hodges capital. Thank you. And we have had lavish accommodations of other what you of nicely. Yes, yes. But they shoot the great partner. And it's even expect from the doomsday team hotel. Well, that, yes, but I'm telling you what we have expected in continue to get from hottest capital just unbelievable support and Ed. You're a man who loves a good private equity fund and they got six of them there and Don and Craig Hodges formed Hodges capital back in nineteen Ninety-two of Aleve. It was and they have done an unbelievable job and they're really the best at what they do the right there in downtown Nelson. One of the things I love about him is, hey, if you're high wealth there for you, if you're someone trying to kind of get your career going and in and you need somebody to look after your individual accounts and that kind of thing and grow your money, they do it. I could be on both things you've just in the past year at a youth can hit both of those things and you do have several homes. I do think they can help you out mentally. Thank you to. Hodge's capital and frito if you would now play the music..

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Something he did during the walk through today. Some expletives were dropped by him. Think he was upset that the period ended with the offense committing two thousand so we defense didn't get. It's two reps knows. Well, I'm glad you got to the bottom of that. I just thought it was a walk through over there looking for another Muffin I did. I played much digit. I bled you have now. I think it's interesting one of the things we try to do earlier today. We'll take you behind the curtain. We'll let you know by the way when we get big names and those are on the way, also let you know when people just kind of slip away from us in Austin lucid on the field and after practice twice. Now. We've tried to book tape on thinking, hey, get veteran receiver. They're gonna try to nuke, see what they can newcomer folks want to hear from von today. And I think you kind of took the lead and said tape on, you don't do something with you. And boy, we get it was not like with a smile or anything. This was Heisman pose to get treatment. I'm getting the heck out of him the last time you said he had to get a drug test. He did. You've got a lot of responsibilities off the foot. But yeah, but I tell you, Michael Gallup hung around the third round, pick from out of Colorado state yet you went to school in Colorado, you're familiar. And in fact you have a second or third home. I think that area where this joke for winter scored, he's from Georgia and boy, I messed up because I had heard him say something about Monroe, and then I thought he moved to Louisiana. You'll hear he got that kind of screwed us all up. But as I tend to do, but it I, I like, we'll hear him from a minute. You talking about a no, you weren't. You were a little surprised at how slight he was. He's a toll enough guy. I mean, he's tall as he's tall as I am six one, but he didn't. He didn't have much size to them. I thought he was a bagel physical. That's the way people talk about him and they talked about, you know, Dez Bryant in the same way. And maybe my reference point is a little different than everybody else's because I covered Michael Irvin and so that's kind of always been the definition of a big physical receiver. And Are you then you talking talking. about the freaks like Julio Jones and Calvin Johnson. Those are completely different guys, but I never thought Dez was anywhere near the size at urban brought to the field. And I think Gallup right now is smaller player than than Dez was, but they do believe that he can make up for the absence of Dez in many ways outside and after we do this interview and people hear from them, I'll tell you what, what the Cowboys saw him and what they see him so far. All right. I thought I think for most part of camp before that game the other night, he had been cut of at a canter. And then I think the other night he he had a full gallop. Oh. Here's Michael Gallup, and it is Cowboys training camp. Doomsday podcast has arrived. Michael Gallup, third round, pick for the Cowboys out of Colorado state joining us our first interview by the way that we've done since we arrived at camp issue and and congratulations by the way preseason one of the one of the guys to emerge the other night, how rewarding and fun was that to get out there to score your first touchdown? Definitely exciting time for me even know I wanted to do celebrates, and I guess I just went back and you know, DEP all my teammates, but you know, ought to pray that I got from my family and friends back home. It was. It was well worth losing like in the film room going over that play the film room. There was some, you know, things that I need to work on. But you know, at the end of the day, coach said, you've got the ball, you type touchdown, so it was a good job did. Did you know that ball was coming your way when you saw the coverage?.

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"It just Matt Moseley alongside at worder and we have arrived in southern California, the gorgeous weather as we are here to cover some Cowboys camping, and we hit the ground running. Got a couple of big interviews to you could hear, and then end boy you were at your best setting up some other interviews Ed, tell folks though about our team, the do stay hotel. We always stayed there. I've loved this hotel. I have not really wanted to call the hotel. Specifically. I noticed on social media, you went ahead and did it, but I would seek the truth. That's what I, I would. Yes, exactly. I would say that probably if a hotel is going through, what are hotels going through you? They might want to give you a little more heads up than we were, and if they don't do that and they might want to give you a few more Marriott points, you know, we've been a Marriott whores. Can I say that. I just did Marriott horse as most people in the sports media are quite honestly. And so when we choose our hotels, we generally choose that brand so that we can accumulate points and take our families on fabulous, free vacation and the problem with this particular situation. And I don't really think it has anything to do with huge disparity between the expense reports that we file at ESPN versus the amounts we have to spend with the cast get to this blob, but the hotels undergoing a major renovation and so the entire lobby, the fitness center all closed down and basically everything other than the guest rooms are being housed in a ballroom, very small ballroom, and is now serving as the front desk, the gift shop, the restaurant, the concierge lounge, and everything else you can imagine doing a hotel. The main thing I say it is the funny thing via which frito would come over to, of course, on campus. Would the Cowboys but is is everywhere you go to the hotel. You see the workers carrying out furniture all mattresses. Drawers. Another guest was talking to me about this after breakfast, as we walked back across the entire property to our rooms and he said, you know, they call it. They consider this a. We're here on points and they're considered as a category, six hotel, which is pretty high. They classify each one and determine how many points based on the quality of the hotel category. Six is pretty high. I would say this is a category six only in that. It looks like it got hit by a category, six, Eric. It's like this hotel. If you drive up to this hotel, you think you're in Syria well, Syrian, yeah, no, no fits to the Syrians Ed. We're going to have to quickly move away from that comment, and it is time the excitement over this thing. Couple of the Cowboys big time rookies joining doomsday. We'll get to it, but first frito play the music, please..

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"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"doomsday" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"It is matt moseley is the doomsday podcast and we're just moments after the first round of the nfl draft we are sitting in a sweet thank you mark murray for making this happen and we are high atop at and t stadium right now and edward r who's been doing some great work for westwood one interviewed everybody basically that was here and got drafted ed talked to them and it will get right into this cowboys pick i will say this book controversy of the night we wondered okay how're the tweets the racist tweets from the high school years josh allen what will that do to him and then we're we'll rosen go in this draft and then josh rosen falls down to number ten and end he was he was not happy about this he was not pleased and i know you got to talk to him about it and it was it was very we'll hear some of this but it was very interesting audio when you visit with them the arizona cardinals traded up to the tenth spot to get him but that made him the fourth quarterback off the board and you know most scouts and coaches i talked to felt like an and troy toll this last troy aikman told us last week on the podcast this is the most ready to play quarterback that there is in this draft probably the best passer in the draft and yet the role these questions about his ability to interact with teammates properly and gained the respect and be a leader and and josh rosen was quite upset i'm gonna let him describe his own emotions but he is a fantastically motivated guy right now as he goes to the zona cardinals because he.

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