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"duke work" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:00 min | 3 months ago

"duke work" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Just a few minutes. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Back as we work our way through the second hour of the program and let's check in with Trey and Arkansas. Hey Trey. Howdy Paul? I have a couple of questions. Where do you think Oregon Washington and Notre-Dame is going to end up? Trey, I think there's a reasonable chance they could all end up in the Big Ten. Really? Because I was thinking that the ACC would try to co host Washington and Oregon into moving into them, giving them a little bit better of a chance for maybe for a national title. Yeah, Trey, it depends on a number of factors. And yeah, they would right now the ACC needs a lifeline to somewhere. And I don't think you go into this though thinking, okay, where do we go that where we can win? I know that makes sense. This is athletics in this competitive. You go in thinking, where do we fit? And how much money are we going to make? And the ACC is not a place to go if you're trying to break the bank. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Rick is in Tennessee. You are on the air. Hello Rick. Hello, Paul. How are you doing? Very well. Thank you. Actually, if you kind of touched on this earlier, but North Carolina is one of the schools that's been mentioned for both expansion and the SEC and the Big Ten. And we all know football drives these decisions and deservedly so, but do you think North Carolina would really we do in the dust and the ACC and maybe risk the basketball rivalry? Yes, I do. I understand how important that is. And but it's a matter of survival. Not to hit nothing go darwinism here, but it really it really is critical to latch on to wherever you think can give you the most financial security. And that would be a tough one. And by the way, would that mean it's the end of the rivalry, probably not. Basketball, there's so many games that you need and want for television and it's hard for me to believe that if duke worked North Carolina left, they were 8 miles apart while they couldn't play a home and home every year, just like they do now. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah, wouldn't perhaps mean as much, but. It is certainly a possibility. Jimmy the cop is up next. Jimmy Paul, how are you? Jimmy, we're doing great. You know, every year about this time, when I'm in the supermarket line, I look for that magazine, Wendy's, the college football magazines that come and start coming out now. And I'm not feeling it this year, Paul. I'm sorry. I'm just not showing it. You know, Jimmy, I have not gotten a copy of one yet. I might have to go to the grocery store tomorrow and give me something to do this weekend. What are they going to do? They're going to put out two one now and one when all this translates over all of them. You know what? Somebody, I was talking to a friend of mine yesterday who had interviewed a PAC 12 coach the other day for something next week. It doesn't work anymore. And by the way, Jimmy, those magazines are put out months ahead of time. I look forward to seeing how I will link Christian and hardened Simmons. As far as far as the NIL, some of you guess, they have a vested interest, going good, you know? You got to realize that they have agendas too. And I think you're coming around to being fair about it. You realize it's a problem. And. You have more to lose than anybody. You're like the king of the face of the SEC. You have a vested interest in this. It took you 40 years to get to the position you're in and now it's coming apart. As far as I'm concerned, you know? Well, Jimmy, I would agree with you. From your background, you know, you know what we're talking about here better than most. I think most people in the media do have a vested interest, they do have agendas. And I think it's the ones who can get beyond that and not be so obvious. Perhaps there are more successful than those who reek of their bias. That's wrong. Well, talking about Congress, I think they should have a congressional investigation. Who own this? Well, you know, I have a theory on that, Jimmy, and I'm working on a book right now, and I may share that theory. I don't want to do it yet, because I do like it. But I have a really good list of people who I think are responsible, but I want to try to talk to a few of them first, give them a chance to respond. The final thing I have to say, I'm glad you asked the question about the classrooms. To me, you had a quarterback and I'm from Mississippi one day. I won't mention his name. And he went through his whole day, what he does from 9 to 5, all the different things. And it wasn't one mention of going through a class. All this now is the Internet. That's all it is. They take Internet. There's no college experience. They're not in the classroom. You're right. All of us over the last couple of years worked remotely at some point, whether it was a week, a month, a year or whatever it was. Some are still, I think you're working remotely today, Randy based on based on the job production. It's not the same. There's a young girl that lives next door to me. 9 or ten and she spent a year and a half. Like many of your friends and family going to class. That's not the experience that you had or I had. All right, I just I wish I could have a get that feeling back. It's a very man also trying to get that feeling. That's even dating us more than Manila. By the way, the real reason I thought of things, he's like he's doing a concert tour. And.

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"duke work" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Force with 24 years. And I am not going to get the man. I'm not going to get this vaccine. I'm going to throw my career away. Because I'm not going to succumb to this unlawful mandate. Well, and so my question is to all the folks in here. Where do you stand? Are you proud of where you stand? I'm going to ask you to do three things. I'm going to ask for you to engage your representatives. I spent a half hour on the phone today with a Zoom conference with U.S. freedom flyers, airport, or airline pies for justice, speaking with congressman schweikert, and we're meeting with you, Charlie, next week. Josh yoder is. And I'm going to ask you to engage with your politicians, call them up. I'm going to ask you to not get frustrated with the gate agents, if you're traveling during the Thanksgiving period because many of us are unfortunately going to be sick. And not be able to fly. I have a sequence that I won't be flying. So don't get irritated with the flight attendants in the gate ages. It's not their fault. So last thing, what else can we do to help? Because I just want to say you served our country in the military and then you have to then be treated as if you're a living science experiment. I mean, it's disgusting. What can people do to help? Because people are saying, okay, we get it. Yeah, but by the way, I just want to say contact and representatives like they don't listen to us. You know that. Yeah, but Congress is going to do anything. The only the best thing you could do is be sick for a very long time. And I know that the only thing that gets their attention is if they can't run the airline. And we have Peter duke working on that. You probably know he is. Yeah. But what can you do? You can go to U.S. freedom flyers. And research, what they're doing, there's 80,000 of us right now. We need your money on behalf of everyone that's a military or a government contractor. We are filing lawsuit in your defense. So we just need you to support and provide your donations. Thank you. God bless you. Thank you. I'll do two more. We'll go here then here. Yes. Because that shirt is just so awesome. Hello, my name is Brody goodson. I'm 14 years old and my question to you is that what do you say to the people that are free to speak out about their beliefs, Republican, or Christian, and because I know people that didn't want to come here because they're worried that they might get judged for it. Friends, a high school friends or I'm.

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"duke work" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Think you'll agree with this because of frankly our jobs but because of our interests we kind of get sucked into our little worlds right like i ended up living and breathing often couch world and same for you and eagles world right like so you kind of get like slanted impressions or you know ideas. You know for certain things and so and that works both ways. Sometimes you think the sky is falling when it's not that big of a deal but sometimes you you have like rose colored glasses to speak and so i was looking last week. Not a big. But they're the best but at giants read it and there was a poll that was like a threat it was just like what. Are you going to go blah and all the comments were like. Oh yeah we're contending for the division. Like i think you know eight to nine wins easy and it's like what do you see. Who what what. What are the what if you had to put on. Giants rose colored glasses. What would they see. I mean you know. There's like it's hard to be opted to offensive line is really bad. The quarterback is already very questionable. Let alone behind the shaky offensive. Line the running back who the entire game plan is structured around is coming off of injury and it's still a question mark his own right. I mean there's there's not a lot the secondary's nice that's nice. I say that's it. But even then jackson jackson popped up on the injury report last week himself. So i mean it's hard to trust anything with this yeah. I think it's possible. The defense like like martinez. Obviously we talked about him. Had coming off a good year. Also i think he's looked good in preseason. The secondary is nice. Assuming rejection can get healthy. Like i think that defense can be like respectable and honestly even like an above average unit. But like okay. That's fine but when you're pairing that with a highly suspect offense that's not fine. It's like the giants defense would be totally fine if their offense was really good like. Yeah okay it's passable defense but you know when you're looking at their offense and and i just don't and then like they're getting banged up there to see darius layton has had an injury like again the offensive line. Evan ingram is hurt again. Shocker like what a surprise like. Yeah just the vibes are not good here with the giants saquon. Still like isn't definitely ready right for week. One and as i've said i think their whole offense depends on him and writing him so like i mean. Maybe it's possible that fair to the giants. And i wouldn't like because obviously they have their case that their fans have case for optimism and everything. I wanna see that. Even if i don't want to agree with that i to see that perspective you're saying so i can at least like see where they're coming from and again. Maybe we can get that only talk to ed Obviously were haters here. But i'm just not seeing like the biggest reason for optimism. The nicest thing i can say is like maybe crystallizes as the season goes on. Maybe saquon gets healthy. Maybe did i don't know like that's the only thing i can think of. Who is a team like this. Like a recent nfl team that has had it crystallized. They had this kind of question marks. Because i'm struggling to think. I mean i suppose you could maybe say the beginning of this little titans run at that. I would call what the titans are experiencing run but maybe that you like that might be the closest thing that i can complex situation too but i mean that was so different though. You know quarterback change right. There was a spark a spa was a catalyst for a you know crystallization quickly win. Losses here biaggi. This is the giants verse nine games before the by okay. It's winner lost denver at home. Okay loss owen. One at washington loss our into to atlanta Law went. We'll win win. There wanted to at new orleans Loss one and three at dallas when in four the rams at home i lost one in five carolina. Moen okay two and five at kansas city. Boss to six the raiders at home win. Okay so we're talking about them being three and six hypothetical at the by and then they come out of there by and get the bucks you know and that that first month really like after the bye. They got the bucks. The eagles the dolphins the chargers and then after that they could the cowboys like. I'm grateful that the cowboys for example. Get the bucks in the chargers to start the season like those are two of their three hardest games this year. You know what i mean so you get him out of the way right away. I mean that's just it's not a gauntlet for the giants but they're just not good enough to withstand it when we went to washington rj. Do you think there's any thought that so hold up before. I go to camden last week over the weekend. I said this on the daily on monday on explanation. Nfl show it was reported. That ryan fitzpatrick is going to be there starter. Who didn't know this. Who who who was unaware that this is the case. I mean but whatever is there well just officially announce that deal and hurts is the eagles starter. That's true. is there any thought to cam. Newton could rejoin rana. There are no again if he goes back to what i saying earlier. I don't think he wants to be a backup. The only situation. I think i see cam go to. Washington is like if ryan patrick is out for the year and like they're looking into sign him and he would start at that point. Just the only way. I think i see it. You wanted to talk about. Jared patterson making the roster go ahead. I'm looking at house even checking our good friends there. The duke work. And i see a lot of like a lot of the headlines. I see so a little peek behind the curtain. Here i check out all the nfc east espy nation blogs about the boys the best hogs even really got you got Every day to add links to the bottom of the you know the daley link post that do each morning. So i think it's kind of fun to give people a little insight on what's going on division so I see a lot of jarrett patterson bus your home safe and i'm like who is this guy like. Why are you always talking about jerry. Patterson an ultimas numbers the. Gimme a three point nine yards per carry in the preseason. So he's not necessarily blown away. You have seven seventy as receiver. So you know he has. Some receiving chops do seem to be really excited about him making the team as a rookie. And i guess like. I think antonio dixon until antonio gibson he'll be in store for a big year So like it's kind of weird to me that like other banks are getting high rotation. I don't know what they're doing in the backfield. I mean obviously in preseason is the next. He's the next christian mccaffrey..

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"duke work" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Think you'll agree with this because of frankly our jobs but because of our interests we kind of get sucked into our little worlds right like i ended up living and breathing often couch world and same for you and eagles world right like so you kind of get like slanted impressions or you know ideas. You know for certain things and so and that works both ways. Sometimes you think the sky is falling when it's not that big of a deal but sometimes you you have like rose colored glasses to speak and so i was looking last week. Not a big. But they're the best but at giants read it and there was a poll that was like a threat it was just like what. Are you going to go blah and all the comments were like. Oh yeah we're contending for the division. Like i think you know eight to nine wins easy and it's like what do you see. Who what what. What are the what if you had to put on. Giants rose colored glasses. What would they see. I mean you know. There's like it's hard to be opted to offensive line is really bad. The quarterback is already very questionable. Let alone behind the shaky offensive. Line the running back who the entire game plan is structured around is coming off of injury and it's still a question mark his own right. I mean there's there's not a lot the secondary's nice that's nice. I say that's it. But even then jackson jackson popped up on the injury report last week himself. So i mean it's hard to trust anything with this yeah. I think it's possible. The defense like like martinez. Obviously we talked about him. Had coming off a good year. Also i think he's looked good in preseason. The secondary is nice. Assuming rejection can get healthy. Like i think that defense can be like respectable and honestly even like an above average unit. But like okay. That's fine but when you're pairing that with a highly suspect offense that's not fine. It's like the giants defense would be totally fine if their offense was really good like. Yeah okay it's passable defense but you know when you're looking at their offense and and i just don't and then like they're getting banged up there to see darius layton has had an injury like again offensive line. Evan ingram is hurt again. Shocker like what a surprise like. Yeah just the vibes are not good here with the giants saquon. Still like isn't definitely ready right for week. One and as i've said i think their whole offense depends on him and writing him so like i mean. Maybe it's possible that fair to the giants. And i not like because obviously they have their case that their fans have case for optimism and everything. I wanna see that. Even if i don't want to agree with that i want to see that perspective. You're saying so. I can at least like see where they're coming from and again. Maybe we can get that. Only talk to ed Obviously were haters here. But i'm just not seeing like the biggest reason for optimism. The nicest thing i can say is like maybe crystallizes as the season goes on. Maybe saquon gets healthy. Maybe did i don't know like that's the only thing i can think of. Who is a team like this. Like a recent nfl team that has had it crystallized yet. I mean they had this kind of question marks. Because i'm struggling to think i mean i suppose you could maybe say the beginning of this little titans run at that. I would call what the titans are experiencing run but maybe that you like that might be the closest thing that i can complex situation too but i mean that was so different though. You know quarterback change right. There was a spark a spa was a catalyst for a you know crystallization quickly win. Losses here biaggi. This is the giants verse nine games before the by okay. It's winner lost denver at home. Okay loss owen. One at washington loss our into to atlanta Law went. We'll win win. There wanted to at new orleans Loss one and three at dallas when okay so in four the rams at home i lost one in five carolina moen okay two and five at kansas city boss to six the raiders at home win. Okay so we're talking about them being three and six hypothetical at the by and then they come out of there by and get the bucks so you know and that that first month really like after the bye. They got the bucks. The eagles the dolphins the chargers and then after that they could the cowboys like. I'm grateful that the cowboys for example. Get the bucks in the chargers to start the season like those are two of their three hardest games this year. You know what i mean so you get him out of the way right away. I mean that's just it's not a gauntlet for the giants but they're just not good enough to withstand it when we went to washington rj. Do you think there's any thought that so hold up before. I go to camden last week over the weekend. I said this on the daily on monday on explanation. Nfl show it was reported. That ryan fitzpatrick is going to be there starter. Who didn't know this who who who was unaware that this is the case. I mean but whatever is there well just just officially announced that deal and hurts. The eagles starter. That's true. is there any thought to cam. Newton could rejoin rana. There are no again if he goes back to what i saying earlier. I don't think he wants to be a backup. The only situation. I think i see cam go to. Washington is like if ryan patrick is out for the year and like they're looking into sign him and he would start at that point. Just the only way. I think i see it. You wanted to talk about. Jared patterson making the roster go ahead. I'm looking at house even checking our good friends there. The duke work. And i see a lot of like a lot of the headlines. I see so a little peek behind the curtain. Here i check out all the nfc east espionage and blogs about the boys the best hogs even really got you got Every day to add links to the bottom of the you know the daley link post that do each morning. So i think it's kind of fun to give people a little insight on what's going on division so I see a lot of jarrett patterson bus your home safe and i'm like who is this guy like. Why are you always talking about jerry. Patterson an ultimas numbers the. Gimme a three point nine yards per carry in the preseason. So he's not like really blown away. Have seven seventy as receiver. So you know he has. Some receiving chops do seem to be really excited about him making the team as a rookie. And i guess like. I think antonio dixon until antonio gibson he'll be in store for a big year So like it's kind of weird to me that like other banks are getting high rotation. I don't know what they're doing in the backfield. I mean obviously in preseason is the next. He's the next christian mccaffrey..

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"duke work" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Such a huge difference in the life of a young sportsmen. It's we don't care about it as much, but I remember what it was like to be a kid and I know how cool those moments are. And that's why I love that video. I saw Ted and how many times in on 18 Go ahead. I thought that is getting on a team bus. And he There were some kids that one and I saw that killed them. He called them over to the bus. Yes. Yeah, It was awesome. It was just awesome to see because because there's a barricade. I mean, and obviously with Covid and all that stuff. You can't just walk up to the players. You're right. And he waved like it was a kid and a parent, I guess or something. To come over and signed and all this other stuff and think of that. You just like you gave that kid a lifetime memory. And he took pictures with. Yeah, it was. It was just I love seeing that because those are the autographs that are appreciated. Not the guys are at the hotel. You know, I'm talking about hockey now where we go to the hotel and you see the same guys there every game every year. You almost know their names by them because they're just trying to make money. Those are the autographs that are appreciated is what we're talking about. And real quick. I must say the cynic would say, Well, he just wanted his cable back. Well, yeah, He certainly did. But I've seen many times with the ball winning the scenes. We've all seen it. And security just makes you give the ball back, right? You know, maybe we'll give him a ball. That's right. And so for read to do that, and the other thought I had was the bills better stop scoring. They're going to lose a lot of their football. They're gonna need bigger nets. That's right. Yeah. So some roster stuff yesterday. Let's start there of and a two pronged discussion with Duke William's first not really a surprise. He's he wasn't going to make the team and then the waived injured, which I'll have you explain. Let's start with Duke Williams. And really, just I know fans. Like this guy, and he was a really cool story, but honestly, numbers my goodness, right? Yeah, that's right. And There's not the same, you know, clamoring for him from the fan base. Now that they have the receiver depth they have and Jake Kumerow has become. I'm going to say, kind of like the new Duke Williams, but really more of like he's more like the new game. Davis from the training camp he had, where he's just flashed and been really good every single day. Um Duke Williams is a good story. I think Duke works his tail off. He really does, but he there's just not a spot for him, really on this roster the way it's constructed, I think good practice squad player to have around. I think it makes everyone better because the way he practices but he's injured. So they wave injured him. But this is not a player that was going to make the 53. In my estimation, anyway. What does waived injured mean? So waived injured. You are not allowed. An NFL team cannot caught a player who's injured. These can't It's it's um You can't cut them out, right? You have to, basically if you want to cut a player who is injured You have to state he's injured. That's what they do is that way You're putting everyone else in the league. I notice that he's injured, and the reason is because if you just cut them, and then the other team claims them, and then there's a physical and he fails and you're like, Wait a minute. You know what's going on here? We didn't know he was injured. You can't do all that. You have to say, Hey, he's injured. And were waving him. But now he goes through the normal process of he will be on waivers for 24 hours, so every team can still claim him. But they know he's injured if they claim him. Um and then there's no. You know, there's no they understand that and then he becomes their property if he clears waivers in 24 hours later today, He reverts back to the Bills roster from there, most likely he would simply go on injured reserve and he would be done for the year. Now. This is where four slip also comes in. I want to ask you about the I. R. Yeah, so I'll piggyback because then he gets in the same situation is forced lamp was put on injured reserve yesterday. If you put on injured reserve before final cuts, which is next Tuesday, your season is over. You cannot play at all. However, there is what we call an injury settlement. At some point, the two sides, the player's agent and the team get together and say, Well, how long does the injury really last? And if they ball and once they both kind of come to common ground, they can release the player to be paid for that many weeks essentially And then the player can become a free agent. So he's no longer your property. So in Duke Williams case 24 hours. If he's not claimed he goes back to the bills will probably go on injured reserve and then the Bills can either just keep them there all year and he can't practice. He can't play or at some point, they'll come up with an injury settlement. They'll release him, and then he becomes a free agent. The Bills can also resign a player. They give an injury settlement, too, but they have to wait a certain number of weeks more than anybody else does. They can't just sign them right away. So Zach Wilson and urged equals that's putting up a Web poll with the Jets quarterback involved. Forrest Lamp is out for the year, then Yes, Except like I said he is out for the year. Right now. The bill studies on it. He she's uninjured reserve. Um and he can't play for the year. But if they if, at some point they come up with an injury settlement, whether that's you know, now or later on during the season. Then he can play for another team. Or he can resign with the bills after a certain number of weeks passes, which we don't know, based on the settlement, Why add a running back in a cornerback? Um, first off, why add them and why add them on a day when you got to get other guys off your roster? How are you asking some Very good question. Well, you know, Sally, you smart guy. I do this I actually looked at your Twitter feed. I explain. No South texted me and said, these are the questions to ask till I'm just honestly following instructions here..

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"duke work" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Little kids. They don't they they're not they don't really know what's going on. Yeah yeah although although you know the the The again the cresa from william he was talking about how he was grateful that that like his older kids got to know their great grandfather in december. What a treat that was and is grateful that that happened. And now if you will. We'll link to asean linked to williams statement. It was really good. Yeah i i was like. Oh gosh you are such. I can't wait till you're keen on. You're gonna be a good one is going to be great when it comes to that time. Yeah i mean that. May that may sound insensitive given what's going on but every time i every time williams says something or does something. I'm just like you're awesome. Dude kate i love her so there is going to be a national minute. Minute of silence at three o'clock at the top of the hour for the the ceremony actually service actually begins The gene of windsor and the archbishop of canterbury are going to perform the service and They're expecting the due to be buried at the royal vault at st george's chapel where Her majesty is eventually is expected to be buried there too. Once she what she passes So is e. that's a long way off. Yeah well yeah no. I know people speculated win this moment would come. what would she do. And as far as everyone is concerned and this has come from the people that know her. Best people like william and our children and our you know the people and the like that. She plans on ruling up until she passes Regardless that doesn't surprise me. Yeah yeah yes. She has pulled back on some work and has passed along some of those patronage edges to charles and camilla and the like and But she is still planning on on working Obviously health and pandemic permitting. I'd so Whether we'll see how soon will actually see her return to public again. Hub pandemic aside after the eight days of mourning has passed. I'm sure they're going to leave that up to her. I don't think she's been okay. Eight days or over back to work you know she needs more time. I don't think anybody's gonna progress her if she wants more time before before. Getting back to work It's it's unfortunate that the family this is their first chance to get together likely in a while because of the pandemic under these circumstances And unfortunately because of the pandemic not. It's not going to be everybody Harry has arrived in the uk He is currently self quarantining So that he can get through the quarantine period in time for saturday. Unfortunately megan is extremely pregnant with baby number. Two and She was a advised. It's not medically advisable for her to do the twelve hour flights you can even without the pandemic is pregnant. And she is. She wanted me to be getting on a plane. And and all and the like and all that so she is staying behind with archie presumably So but Hopefully that They can take this solemn of and find some find some light in in. What is a extremely sad time. Not just for the family but the entire country but definitely the family. I mean. it's always hard when you lose a family member but when you have someone who was such a pillar to it entire country a number of countries you know it caught a commonwealth of millions and millions of millions of citizens You know it's it's it's a loss. It is at the same time. I mean ninety nine years old. I mean so many of us are like if i lived to be a hundred and you know do you in a fraction of what of what he did. It's like you know it is sad in. Its i mean. I was sad when my grandparents passed away. They were in their eighties. And at the same time you're kind of like you know. I'm i'm glad that they're i had them for as long as i did. And i'm glad that i got to know them. And all these things so it's bitter sweet as well and you know. I mean especially if they have health problems which kind of seemed like Prince philip had his sheriff that as well. So you know it's it's sad but it's also a celebration of his life and looking back on the things that he did in the legacy that he lives or the left behind and you know the the the example he left for his family and also for the entire world so yeah it is. I am not going to diminish that at all. I also feel like it's a time to celebrate to an extent you can more more in life. Life lost celebrate. The life lived yes of life very well and fully lived very much so and if They've they've been discouraging people from leaving things like flowers and balloons and stuff outside the the various residencies they Although people have still been during doing so but if you if you are implying to make some sort of token in honor and respect her you know in memory of whatever You whether one of his patronage is is something that may be personally affected. You in in your in your life or something or just as a show of respect Your look at those list of patronage is and see if you can give a financial contribution and Help continue the the dukes work. Yes and there's also a an online condolence book you can leave Your your wishes to the family It's it's on. The royal family website. Shouldn't.

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"duke work" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Have 14 minutes 52 seconds to play in the second half is even with a three point lead over the Providence Friars 44. 41 savior Basketball was brought to you in part by Woody Sander Ford. I 75 Mitchell Avenue. You want it? They'll get it. No. Xavier this half their shooting 48%, but they're not doing a good job taking care of the basketball. Got five turnovers. His half of that more turnovers and they do Phil golds and Paul Scrubs has been has got to make better decisions with the basketball. He's got three turnovers and only one assist and coming into the game savior led the Big East was second in the Big East and assistant turnover ratio with 19 assists. Typically and 12 turnovers typically in the game than this one. They got as many turnovers as they do assist tin each needed. Get on the correct side of that status in the balance of this this game, 14 52 to go musketeer, setting up some full court pressure against Providence. They back off from it and pick up made a demand for corporate. Not a lot of pressure involved in it. Weighs brings it across the timeline under pressure from Jones, but he's back 55 or 6 FT. Calls with it like the Duke of side of the four degrees down low. They go inside the watching his double team to meet me back out again. He fires up a three point shot and hits a fake The pass to Duke. Over with his left hand towards the sideline to get beyond the three point line, and he ties it with that shot. A three pointer is 44 44 14 21 working against the to a zone here for Nate Johnson to try to get a three pointer off Looks like a 23. At one point it was like a 131 passed out of the baseline to free man cannot catch it. And ultimately bound with the ball in lost it rolled into the lane providence picks it up. 44 44 exactly 14 minutes to goes, Even Amanda Man defense. And with the basketball top of the key, But that's the point. Watching the Duke Watson stretched to the basket gets the ball back. Thanks it off the glass hard, no good, long rebound taken by Providence into the corner to reach back out to Duke eight on the shot clock. Duke's isolated On the Musketeers, Odoms due to the free throw line, those up a 15 footer hits the front of the room. No good ball's knocked out of bounds. Last touched by Duke Duke is elusive in Oldham is a good defender and Duke at a nice look. It was kind of a leap towards the basket from 15 had a nice rotation. It's just he just missed the shot. Nice battle for the Musketeers, Musketeers of one of the rebound war right now by two. Which was something that was a big key for the ball game. We're tied 44 44 safer with the ball. 13 23 to go Providence back in his own, Byron. Trying to work ball around. Get the ball to the free throw line kicked outside. After a drive by ODA map. The Johnson three's on the way in the bucket. It goes a three pointer for nature. Johnson. That's his third of the ball game, and Xavier leads 47 44. Are. You could just get the ball to Nate Johnson and just shoot over the top of the defense. That's good offense to Joe Johnson has 11 points now in the ballgame is 45 from the field three or four from three point range. 47 44 the lead for the Musketeers, 12 51 to Go Musketeers Back in a man to Man Defense. Watson with the ball beyond the three point line. Is it up to Duke, working on the left point behind a screen from Washington fires of a three point shot? No good rebound. Hits the rim and shoots out of bounds and left corner of the Xavier's basketball Duke on the Florida he felt like he got hit after the shot. He looked like he was complaining about something his teammates help him up and save real inbound of basketball. His neighbors got some subs coming in Nate Johnson, who just stroked the three pointer comes out. Hopefully he gets his rest gets back in Joe when you're in rhythm, and, you know, just keep on firing that thing up. Jay Johnson is Three for four from behind the arc. Concorde, the ball game for the Musketeers. Free Men on base line, those up a push shot. No good ball comes right back to him, kicks it out. Totem Poles rotated, the Paul Scrubs back told him right side of the floor beyond the three point arc to the free throw line, Freeman on heat. Shuffles the feet. No question about it. He was in between shooting of 15 or 14 footer driving to the basket. I think in his mind and just didn't settle on, ultimately decided to drive. In the meantime, he shuffled the gym shoes. That'll be a turnover. Xavier with a three point lead, 47 44 12 14 to go. In the second half, though That's the sixth turnover for Adam for Zach Freeman when this game really struggled with his confidence in the high post to watch it down the Duke at the top of the key Raised with it, plus the three drives inside the paint finger rolls it off the glass. No good rebound taken by Griffin ahead to was streaking Fremantle Ball's knocked out of his hands. Fremantle doing a great job on the force drugs with a nice lead. A nice defensive play to knock it out of the hands of Freeman. Good point, Joe. When you're big man runs the floor that hard you got to reward him and credit Zach Fremantle for really get out behind the defense of a big make and run the floor like that. That's a gift. Use it every chance you get right time hours because 11 56 to go In the second half 47 for the Musketeers, 44 for the Providence Friars. You're listening to Xavier basketball from their field. I am G college on 700 wlw. 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"duke work" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Monday morning Christmas Week. Carrot is on a bender. I'm not saying that. That's what he said He was gonna do this. Everybody. Welcome. This. Is that Martin sitting in? I'll be here with you this week and part of next week. 88. Okay and s t a dado 5678. Uh, I figured it out. It doesn't take a rocket because if I could figure it out, anybody could figure it out. So the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Has decided that they are not going to honor the subpoena. Do a forensic audit. The voting machines and the Dominion voting system that was used in their county. And they had a big meeting. You can watch it on YouTube. They voted for the water by the weather it zey Order one Democrat Republican Board of Supervisors. Uh, three Republicans voted with the Democrat against doing the forensic on it. Um So they wanted. What they did is they come up with a bunch of legal mumbo jumbo that the Senate Judiciary Committee didn't have the right to issue them A subpoena. That the subpoenas violate election laws for balance secrecy. Subpoenas did not provide sufficient time for the supervisors to comply. Blah, blah, blah. You just don't want to do it. It's really what it comes down to. You don't want to do it. You want it all to go away. You don't want anybody to take a look. You don't want anybody to look under the hood of this freaking car. You're trying to sell us. The one that I love is Subpoenas violate Arizona laws for ballot secrecy. Wait a minute. I thought that once I filled out my ballot and you know, circle in that my choices, and it's got in the end, you know, and and I handed it to be scanned in. Nobody knew that that was my ballot. So that's a bogus argument. That's an excuse. Nobody wants anybody to look at these machines. You know, I read I read one of the court cases. I don't remember which one. It was one of the cases that got dismissed because no Nobody wants to really Order the forensic audits to do this and one of the things One of the things that the state secretaries of state and the Democrats are actually the secretaries of state that this was in Georgia. They argued against the forensic audit of the machines because they didn't want to release the code because the people suing might might use the code for malicious purposes and try to fix elections. They actually put that in there legal filing. Wait a minute. So if I looked at the code, I could see how to fix elections, which means You know the code and you know how to fix elections. Right? Though, doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one. I read The forensic report the preliminary forensic report that came out of entry, Um county, Michigan. And it was issued by a guy by the name of Russell James Ramsland Jr. That name probably doesn't mean anything to a lot of people. It should mean a lot to you now. Don't remember him being interviewed before the election, but you confined clips on YouTube or Or other places. Of him basically saying, these machines are not secure. They could be manipulated. They can fix elections. I mean, he was warning people. So he is the outside expert. He's a Harvard grad. He's got a degree from Harvard. One from Duke worked with the work with NASA worked with Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He's part of a team at Allied Security Operations Group LLC that is a global company. That has a bunch of professionals who have come from various disciplines technology disciplines. From the Department of Defense, the Secret Service Homeland Security, the CIA. They provide a range of security services. Particular emphasis on cyber security opens for anyway. They know what they're looking at. So they They did a did a dive into the Dominion voting system in Antrim County, Michigan. And there is a 23 page preliminary report. And if you you want to you should you should definitely try to get it and read it. And it's pretty clear for a layperson what the problem is here. The system and I'm reading right from the report. The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The Elektronik ballots are then transferred for Quote unquote adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots. With no oversight, no transparency and no audit trail. Now the Federal Election Commission guideline for ballot errors. Is one in every 250,000 balance. That's 10.8%. They found in these machines and error rate of 68% 68%. Which means that they all got that 68% of the balance of being kicked into quote unquote adjudication. Ballots that are put in adjudication reading right from the report. Jumping down ballot sent to adjudication can be altered by administrators. Is also no audit trail of which administrator of which administrator actually adjudicates such as votes of it. The ballot. Or the ballot batch. You could vote a batch. Staggering number of votes required adjudication in this system. You also found that the computer system shows vote adjudication logs for prior years. But all adjudication log entries for the 2020 election cycle are Missing..

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"duke work" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To Sean Hannity show 809 41. Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, he spent a lot of time obviously on the show, talking about computers and software that this is not my area of expertise. If you look at this, I T companies Old solar winds. They say they may have been hitting what they described as a highly sophisticated hack to 90 company. They said on Sunday that monitoring products that released in March and June of this year may have been surreptitiously tampered with in a highly sophisticated targeted manual supply chain attacked by a nation state to bring those from U. S News and World Report. Now. The statement came as U. S the U. S. Intelligence community urgently investigates breaches. At several government agencies. And by the way this this goes back a long time now, you know, I've been saying, How is it possible that these outside entities remember the whole issue of Hillary Clinton's email? How you know and remember, there were reports that many is six foreign entities. I had to guess it would be hostile regimes as the intelligence community is now looking into whether or not the breaches occurred at the Treasury at the Commerce Department when There had happened at the Defense Department, whether it happened at NASA and all of these other places. The breach, which two people, apparently with the familiar with the investigation, said, connected to a previously announced intrusion at cyber security firm Fireeye, which is believed to be the work of Russians. So I know anything I could barely bet download an app But all of the technologies that we all talk about on a daily basis You begin to ask yourself a question. Why are we still vulnerable? And why can't we have Full complete cyber security. I would think with Silicon Valley and with Apple and with Microsoft that that would be something that would kind of be a top priority and easily achievable. By the way they provide service. This particular company for over 400 of the 500 fortune 500 companies, you know, now we're talking about NASA. We're talking about a president. We're talking about government. And then you're talking about election machines, which again? Not my area of expertise. Justin Millions with us Former Arabic linguists intelligence. Analyst at the N s. A. And software developer. John Basham is back with US data scientists, meteorologists and machine learning expert. Thank you both for being with us. Hi, Sean. Aphasia. Can you just explain, Justin? You worked your intelligence analyst for the N s a software. This is what you did. Can you tell us how long you been doing this for quite a while, Shawn. And you know real quick. I just want to explain how this Kind of exploit works. We can kind of get the extent of what this means for everybody. Right? And basically what happens is a solar wind has a piece of software called the Patch manager. I'm kind of jumping ahead of the museum. This hasn't been recorded anything but basically this patch manager Isa Bunch of sort of software updates that they compile outside of things and kind of a trusted source. And that when one day when you have this patch manager used on an enterprise network, the enterprise can go and basically get these updates from there, and they're basically trusted in between there. So these are two trusted networks. Talking to each other, right? And so all you have to do in order to compromise these networks and the way that it looks like they did is combined one of the pieces of one of the op updates and it doesn't have to be, you know, updating Microsoft Outlook or anything like that. It could just be updating. You know, a keyboard driver something like that. And you compile that with the with your exploits and put that in a trusted certificate, you know, compounded with trusted certificate and put that into this repository and wait for your target network to go and download that update their network. And boom. Now you have a jumping point, everything that you want to do in that network. I mean, it's how is it possible if we, the United States, perhaps again? I'm a little naive and thinking that we would have the best brightest scientific Minds. I t mind software minds hardware minds available to defend against this of mine. I even thinking that Oh, I could be wrong. Well, I mean, you know, for the most part, we spent a lot of money and a lot of time trying to create ways of defending these networks. And in reality, you know the person the individual that accessing this network. Is the easiest place where you can exploit right. And if we look at previous exploits like, for instance, the most famous exploiting probably the best example of computer exploits. Known to man, which was stuxnet. If you look at something like that, that exploit was just a bunch of us be six drops in a parking lot, you know, And then somebody picked it up put into the network. And then now you have a compromised network. So you know, for the most part, Yes, Like, you know, we spent a lot of money trying to detect all the different ways and, you know, it's just a kind of a cat and mouse game when it comes to all these different You know ways that you can exploit and defend against exploits and so on so forth, and it's just never ending. So we'll never reach a point where your network is 100% safe and we'll definitely never reach that when we have You know, fallible humans in place that are gonna always be able to, you know, get on the phone with somebody and be able to get them to enter the password in there and take different things you know, with the social engineering techniques that people use John Bash. And what is your take on this? Well, Shawn, you know, I think that he's covered it very well. But there's some. There's some even more alarming parts to this way in the public got the first word of this when the Department of Homeland Security's Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency issued an emergency directive On a Sunday yesterday and literally told the agency's the federal civilian agencies to disconnect or power down all of the solar winds or Ryan products. In the entire federal government. That's how bad this this infestation is. It gives the hackers in these foreign nation states. It gives them a god mode type activity. And what really is alarming is when you look at this exploit this hack It's actually infecting networks. Which house 425 of the top U. S. Fortune 500 companies, All 10 of the top 10 US telecommunication companies, all five of the U. S military branches. The Pentagon and even the office of the president. The United States all used This network type of a system. The system that we're talking about here was first detected by the folks over at Fireeye, and it wasn't detected by Sisa. Do you think would have detected it since it's been out in the wild since March of this year? You know, I mean, this just goes to the heart, I guess of a lot of people and has been so much talk about. For example, on the election side of this You got this guy who was a apparently well credentialed Harvard University MBA grad political science degree from Duke work with NASA work with M I t other organizations. He does this forensic analysis of this machine in Michigan and comes to the conclusion that certain systems air intentionally and purposely designed with inherent errors and create systemic fraud and influencing the election results out of people take that on December, the 14th after this election happened On November 3rd. When you look at this particular exploit and you apply it to the election, and you have the federal agencies who said this was the most secure election in history, Then you find out later. That is something we discovered today was that I'm sure everyone's heard of the Dominion voting systems, their actual systems. The file system.

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"duke work" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"duke work" Discussed on WTVN

"Fortune 500 companies, All 10 of the top 10 US telecommunication companies, all five of the U. S military branches. The Pentagon and even the office of the president. The United States all use This network type of a system. The system that we're talking about here was first detected by the folks over at Fireeye, and it wasn't detected by Sisa. You think would have detected it since it's been out in the wild since March of this year. You know, I mean, this just goes to the heart, I guess of a lot of people and has been so much talk about. For example, on the election side of this You got this guy who was a apparently well credentialed Harvard University MBA grad political science degree from Duke work with NASA work with M I t other organizations. He does this forensic analysis of this machine in Michigan and comes to the conclusion that certain systems are intentionally and purposely designed with inherent errors and create systemic fraud and influencing the election Results out of people take that on December, the 14th after this election happened On November 3rd. When you look at this particular exploit and you apply it to the election, and you have federal agencies, who said This was the most secure election in history, Then you find out later. That is something we discovered today was that I'm sure everyone's heard of the Dominion voting systems, their actual systems. The file system.

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"duke work" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Issue of vaccines. Everybody wants a vaccine. Billions of us are interested in getting one. Now. There's a very interesting study. That's just come out courtesy of the Duke Global Health Innovation Center. What they've done is they found all the available. Publicly available information on who has bought which vaccine which vaccines are being developed. What kind of vaccines they are, and they basically put it together into an analysis of when the vaccines might arrive on DH. It's not all good news, particularly for people in low income countries. Fewer vaccinations on DH having toe wait longer seems to be the order of the day, and this is partly because the wealthy countries Our purchasing well, they've already put in orders for 3.8 billion doses, and, in some cases, twice what they actually need to treat everyone in their country Twice, not Krishna Kumar is founding director of the Duke Center. What we're seeing now is a huge uptick in the amount of purchases that are being made entirely before any vaccine has been even approved. The majority is purchased by laterally by high income countries. At the same time that we're hearing about more than 180 countries coming together around an equitable distribution. So we are seeing some challenges and how that equitable distribution is going to occur. Is this unusual? I mean, if you compare it to other forms of purchase eggs exposed, it is an exceptional moment. Is this largely what you would expect following the patterns of how the pharmaceutical industry and governments usually work? We are starting to see the unusual aspect, which is the pace at which innovation is happening. We will, I think confidently be able to say that we have developed a relatively effective vaccine in the coming months at a pace that's unprecedented in history. There are some potential advantages of having this much money flood in this quickly, including through bilateral agreements, for example, manufacturing capacity, maybe increased beyond what would be feasible otherwise. So we could all get access to vaccines more quickly. What is the challenge for the collective approach for the Kovacs approach can may actually as a collective offer the same amount of money or are they always outbid on outspent by the rich countries individually? I think there will always be outspent. Unfortunately. I'd say most governments probably feel the pressure of making sure they're taking care of their own populations, while ensuring that they're contributing As a good citizen of the world. I can see the self interest that drives a country to look after its own people first. What is the medical answer that actually it is a collective advantage to everyone. If we get rid of the pandemic across the globe, there comes a point where people have to recognize that actually the collective good. Is there good as well. How strong does that argument come? When does that kick in? I think it's absolute at every point along the way at the end of the day. Viruses don't respect national borders. Even if we think we can physically isolate ourselves. We know in this day and age that's not really possible with one of our listeners is in the country that doesn't have financial clout. Doesn't have diplomatic clout. What are they practically to think about this? So they think it's OK. We're looking at a six month delay a year delay. When does it trickle down to the people who can't wave a checkbook? What's the impact on ordinary normal people going to be? Unfortunately, I think we may be looking at anywhere from 2 to 4 years from now, before a large percent of populations globally, especially in low income countries. Air ableto access effective vaccines at the current rate that we're going now that is fascinating because the political and diplomatic ramifications of that could be extraordinary if their whole areas of the world but for whatever reason. Don't get access to the vaccine. They'll become no go areas. Some of the possible ramifications are very considerable toe that only they absolutely are. And I think we're already starting to see the development of regional collaborative Sze, especially for travel with things like green channels with individual Deals between countries that may share a risk profile or disease burden, so we're unlikely to turn the dial back up to the same global engagement. We had. A year ago. I think we will really be looking at a different amount of regional activity in the near future. That's Dr Krishna Kumar of Thie, Duke Global Health Innovation Center. We want to look up those stats and they do break it down. In terms of the fact that Canada has purchased twice as many vaccines is, his population actually needs you need to look up the launch and scale speedometer that's got all the publicly available stats or crunched by the guys at Duke working for Krishna. I'll be doing that straight after the programme. Fascinating stuff, Newsday, BBC World Service Quarter to the hour Headlines Now President Trump has raised across five states in an attempt to gain ground on his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, as the U. S presidential election campaign enters its final state. New current virus. Restrictions are coming into force in Germany as the government seeks to contain the second wave off the pandemic and civil defense authorities in the Philippines Typhoon Goni has displaced more than 370,000 people. James Greg is back with us. We'll sneak Thank you very much the World Anti Doping Agency Saito has left no stone unturned ahead of the Russian anti Doping Agency's appeal. Against that international exclusion, which starts later on. Last year, Varda declared the Russian agency Rosada non compliance with its code following this discovery of state sponsored doping program issued a four year ban on Russian teams. From international competitions that included the Olympics and the Football World Cup. Will Ryszard Maria Mark over, say's it's unfair to punish an entire country, not individual athletes. We have athletes. In the past who committed the antidoping violations and they have their disqualifications independently. It should be a coach or an athlete. It shouldn't depend on the nation. It should depend only that the person has committed a crime like like in life rushes. Attempts to overturn the Olympic ban will begin at the Court of Arbitration for Sports in Lausanne, although the exact location Is being kept a secret. Alex Cap stick is across this story for us at the BBC and joins us now, Alex. First of all, just remind us why Russia had this imposed on them in the first place. James. This is the latest instalment in a controversy that began more than half a decade ago, widespread doping conspiracy and Russia was found to have corrupted the Olympics and Paralympics. In London, 2012 such a winter games in 2014 sanctions were imposed. They were lifted..

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"duke work" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That moment, and I think that's a credit to him. And it's probably one of the reasons why he blew them away in his interview and went from Who is this guy, too? Wow. He's going to be our next head coach is that he is able to explain things and kind of you can think about it. And, you know, maybe I agree. Maybe I disagree. But, Wow, I never thought of it that way. And I think that probably comes from The Belichick se bin, but not watching how they do it. Understanding why they do it. I think that is a huge difference. And I think the reaction to judge this week I think when it got out of whack with people who have criticized him, I think they jumped to the Bella check stuff, but they don't Listen to what judges saying about why he's doing what he's doing, and I think that's kind of what makes him interesting and kind of set him apart from the last two head coaches that have failed here. Yeah, well, hopefully a lot more than that sets him apart from the last two coaches. But what will not separate him from the Pat Shurmur is the quarterback and his name is Daniel Jones. And I'm sure they like him. But I'm sure they're finally willing to admit that, But what have you seen? He came in a little beefy came put on a little weight came in a little bit, You know, you know, looking like he grew up a little bit. What have what have we seen early on camp from the quarterback. Yeah, I think you know, I talked to actually one of his private trainers. Anthony Boone is a former quarterback at Duke Works for Q B country, which is kind of popping up all over the place now, but down in Charlotte, and you know, Jones originally was planning on working in the off season. Strictly at Duke with David Cutcliffe. And Really what Peyton and Eli used to do is go back to cop Cliff, and he would basically kind of retool their entire arsenal. So Jones didn't have that benefit because there wasn't anybody allowed on the Duke campus once. You know the Corona virus hit, so you know, look from what I was told by Boone is that you know, Jones went attacked. What he thought was it was his weaknesses. And he want to get stronger in the pocket, but also outside of the pocket. And that was to build up his leg strength to me. If you look at photos, even you know, he looks Bulkier up top, but his legs were probably the difference. I mean, he's not challenging sake, Juan Yes, with the quads, but I mean it. Really? He definitely looks thicker last year. If you look at his legs, you'd think that you know they were almost You know, twigs in the sense, you know, it was a young guy. I think I think the biggest story for Jones. Yeah, everybody's going. Talk about turnovers. I think it's going to be the emergence kind of spread your wings kind of kind of season for him. And right now he is the unquestioned. Leader. I mean, yes, Jaquan has a voice. But Jones is going to be the guy who kind of takes command. And I think that was what was interesting yesterday is that he came on struggled a little bit when they had their little interest squad. On the defense kind of took advantage of kind of known what was coming a little bit. But when Jones started getting to go in latent practice, you could kind of see that it was just like, okay. You know, Kate Smith. You know, I wantto hits Leighton, I'm going to do this. I'm gonna do that. Okay, Touchdown, and I think that's kind of the moxie that he has. And I think the team has brought in I think the veterans who are around last year bought in right from jump with him, and I think that's kind of what you're going to see from Jones this year. But look, it's Year two. And and you're one in a first offense with With Jason Garrett on, I think I think he's going to do you know, I think we'll do well, I think will be challenged early, but You know what? Everything in this offense is going to come down to this offensive line as it always seems to Dio on DH. If you look at the rookie, the rookie is the one who has to make the biggest difference in the biggest impact. And if he does, I think this offensive line will play better across the border. I mean and listen, how How is he looked obviously solder decides to opt out of the season. We all understand why Ennui. And immediately Andrew Thomas has thrusted into kind of left tackle. You know, you know what you're thinking. At least, you know, one of the tackles probably left tackle you and and so how is he looked so far in came because you're right. I mean, this offensive line has been the Achilles heel of this team going back. 34 years. At least. I mean, this. This thing has to get turned around. I mean, how is the offensive line looked? How is Andrew Thomas looked How these guys come. They coming together as a group. It's interesting. It really is interesting because you've got you've got Thomas at left tackle on I think that's where we'll end up on. I think the veteran cam plumbing who originally was sat signed from Dallas and swing tackle, he obviously has a leg up because he knows the system. You know, and he knows the offensive line co coach and Marc Colombo and he knows Garrett. So he's he's actually this week. He was probably the most consistent linemen. But Thomas Thomas sat is ups and downs. But what I like about him is that you know, there was a one on one drill at the goal line that they were working on, You know, edge rushers inside guys like Leonard Williams of bounce outside. And rush on Andrew Thomas and, um Thomas Conti got knocked back and then slipped and fell down..

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"duke work" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"I look it like he's earning it, and he is really shaping himself into how he's going to be a franchise veteran quarterback for the next 15 years by those where you earn it, Yeah, you're lighting. It is lighting exceptional joy. Look at him. He is the best looking guy when you get out of my eyes, So you have the quarterback summit digital platforms so you can't You can't be around all these guys. You created something so and tell me what this is. Well, really simply. It's just catching up with 2020 every kid. In school just learned how to zoom and learned howto learn online from their teachers. And from there a lot of the sports and so for me, I took everything that was in my head and all the experience that I have, and I created a bunch of content. So there's a lot of content in the Q B. Some of digital platform so physically mentally emotionally drills, things that think about in two minutes situation in every aspect of the game. Mostly high school kids. They're not thought who's blocking Who up front? You know what is a five minute protection, So I've got constant on that. But also every week. I do zoom meetings with the group with the members. And so it's very current. What's happening right now, and there's an issue right now is recruiting. Kids aren't really sure what they could do to get recruited. Schools aren't flying around recruiting on so we just we use this platform to really connect with the guys on a weekly basis and really the ones who want it. And really want to make it now. There's really no excuse because I've got every drill I've ever done with any of your favorite quarterbacks are now available to these young guys as well. When you do a great service for all these young kids, Jordan Palmer quarterback coach quarterback Summer helps quarterbacks reach their potential, Ultimately, high school to college to pro good talking to you, buddy. Thanks for having me. Thanks, Joy. You better guys. M drive from n dot com m driver men dot com. Wanna get leaner, little tired Putting on some weight m driver men dot com. You know another thing here, it's interesting. A football topic. So Big 10 Cancel football. Pac 12 did, too. But the Big ten's a bigger conference right in the middle of the country. Ohio State Michigan. I'm a West Coast guy, but big tents bigger in the Pac 12. Everybody's crushing Kevin Horn. Just be careful. There was a commissioner named Adam Silver on March 11th. Who cancelled the MBA. Do you remember Mark Cuban's reaction to that? We were all shocked. It's Rudy Go, Barrett's one player. Adam Silver was right. I'm not saying I do think you can play football. Through Cove it you're gonna have multiple players test positive, because if they're not going to get into that facility, that's not where they're going to get it. They're going to get it from students on campus. They're going to get it at home. You know you're part of a community a collective when you're in college, But you know if the big 12 the A C c in the SEC, call it off in a month, we have a death. Something unravels. I don't predict a death, but if it starts unraveling Then the big 10 guy. Ahead of everybody. Adam Silver got a lot of crap. He's overreacting. I mean, it's one player, and now we look and it's like this is why reading matters. He was in New York City. He was seeing what was happening on the ground in New York City. He was reading about it. In various periodicals and newspapers and Adam Silver had all his connections. Remember, it struck New York City first, and he's in New York City, and he's watching the masks and he's watching the deaths and he's like we're out on this. So you know, I'm not. I don't know Kevin Warren. But I will say this that the only thing that worried me is Mark Emmert had the strangest quote yesterday because I've said the college football needs a As C E or president's Gotta have a unified voice. Mark Emmert had a bite yesterday and it's like he was listening to our show. He said. People love the concept of bizarre, but they hate czars. Authoritarianism is really a fun concept. It just sucks when people have to live under it. I'm not advocating for Vladimir Putin. I'm just asking for leadership. That's like saying all presidents in the US are authoritarians that that that that's not what I'm saying. I'm saying Nick Saban is kind of his art. Alabama works well, Mike chefs, he's kind of a friendly Zara Duke works Well, Belichick sort of bizarre It works. It's not that you can't have multiple voices. But when you got one conference worried about this another conference worried about that one playing nine conference games, one playing eight conference games, some listening to this medical advice, some listening to that medical advice. Leadership matters. It's why the UFC surpassed boxing because they had Dana White. They had a leader in boxing just had promoters out for themselves. Nobody said they want Putin. The crazy thing Here is it's just five different power five conferences all going in different directions. I like opinions from lots of people, but I want somebody to go. This is what we're doing. And Emery yesterday said I have no control over any of this stuff. I can't It's a $2 billion business. How do you not have control of it? That'd be like Fox being like, you know, we spend a $1,000,000,000 a year for the NFL, but we have no control over the broadcast. We fight every day with the NFL. We're calling him and saying We want to do this, this this not that that that you fight for it. You have you have a centralized voice and Roger Goodell. We have a centralized voice at Fox, although both of them have a bunch of vice president and voices and opinions and information, But those centralized voices meet, discuss and solve problems. College football can't solve problems because there's no unified, centralized voice. Joy with the news. No, no, no. No News. This is the herd line news. Authoritarianism is a really fun concept..

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"duke work" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on KTRH

"Check in with one of my doctors was also a dear friend. His name is Mohit. Cara and I was asking him. Well, we were. We were talking generally about health issues and all that, and he always wants to know you know how everything's going and give me some advice, and he offered some advice he had offered a few months ago. With regard to Cove it and I want to remind you make sure you're doing this. And here's the reason why, and I said, Would you give that advice on the air tomorrow morning, and so? My urologist moment. Cara. Are you Baylor or Methodist? I always forget. Moment. We just lost him. Probably had a bad connection. But he had some good advice. And I thought people should hear so as soon as we get him back on. Well, haven't I guess I should remember. But I can't remember which hospital you don't have those doctors. They have privileges like if if you sit if your doctors in the med centre And you look at their ID's half a Morant, Methodists and Baylor. And you TM I can't University of Houston Health Science Center. Red Duke worked at about three different hospitals. You got him. All right. So Moe with Cara is my urologist with a bad phone connection. What? I'm so sorry. I don't know why, God, did you step on it and wanted to have this conversation? I did. I'm flattered. So somewhere there's a patient just sitting there. No, No, We're okay. I promise you. We're okay. All right. So you gave me some advice. Wait, Are you Baylor? Methodist? I can't remember that. Baylor Baylor. All right. So you gave me some advice last night that I wanted you to give again today to our listeners. Sure, thank you for having me on the show. I just, You know, we've spent a lot of time talking about how to prevent Ah, coded in the spread of coded and we wear masks and we talk about the fact of social distancing..

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"duke work" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on DV Radio

"I agree show for? Across he's like not fucking deb and myself this Tom. Oh Shit, cut here. How was your week? I had some that I wanted to say and now I don't remember what it was really should've type it out. I I'll do totally done today. I, asked my mom if she can come in here I had asked her something. She was out at the garden, doing some stuff. She comes in two hours later. What did you need? The two hours later. Shit. I, don't fuck. No, I don't remember what a half her breakfast. This morning. You expect me to remember. What the fuck out one or two hours ago. Mom You. Raise me. You should know anyway I'm sorry to cut her. No you're good. Had A pretty quiet week I'm still waiting on my official word from the new jobs so hopefully next weekend I'll have more exciting news. I moving into a house out of a very tiny apartment, very excited for that in a couple of extra beliefs nice congratulations, I think. He got his project car running, but he also taught me how to hot wire his today. Because he had to. He's got some wire. That's wrong with it. I don't really understand but you have to hot wire it to get started, but the engine runs, which is heart number one getting project car running when you say hot wire? Are you talking about short? Not the sole annoyed or actually hot weren? so there's a wire that comes out of the ignition switch, so you're actually hot wire in it. That's why I asked the question that I did. Engine, Blah but he up. Like straight hot wires. Stephen Cars. Well his the person that he learns how to like Duke Work On cars from beside his dad. basically was like I. Never taught you this in. The. I heard nothing of course I didn't I'm just GONNA. Tell everyone on the radio while I'M GONNA. Say Right now. If you're up in the country and know that there's junkyards in the country, and you ever went to a junkyard, probably know how to fucking hot wire car. That's all the mostly about that. Off My dad grown up own construction company, so we used to like go to junkyards all the time. But I hadn't been to one in like. Fifteen years until one Saturday thing he's like we're GonNa go find you a new punk. Recover and went to a junkyard and I was like I really don't want to be here. This is really your lane. I just hold tools and look pretty I remember. Morad a friend in high school who had the same problem with his ignition? and. He would short out the Illinois and if you don't know much about cars, you shouldn't short out. You're still annoyed unless you absolutely have to and. We're sitting there one day after school. Goes gets his little fucking screwdriver open. The Hood tries to short out. Silla Moi nothing happens. At all. He Burt that bitch out. He burned out my fugger out quick. I was like wait ago Mr fucking genius, it's not a permanent fix. It was trying to like fix other things, and it's like I gotta get started. Fix this up it. Is it like it is like the projects car is a nineteen seventy mercury. Mercury Maverick grabber It does not have a front end. It is five different colors. The seats were torn up in the front and the back is brand new. What she saying everybody is? It's redneck ghetto. Now that I'm going to have a house with a yard. Basically, the plan is that all of this stuff is going to my house now at. The front. Yard, yes. Tires wait wait wait I gotTA. Tell you cutter in a year's time. That project car will be in laden with grass. Telling years, it'll have tree growing exactly. You think I'm joking. All the project cars always end up like that for some reason. I don't know why hoping that I can like I've been really encouraging I've been telling him every time he does. Something cited. I am that he got something else fixed. It right now like the transmission runs like it works, it shifts. It can move. He moved like a whole six feet today and I'm hoping that we. Can continue to avoid. You'll have fucking tires and say hey. Got Those tires brand new back through years ago? They ain't fucking. Warn trade album nowhere, and you're looking at them, and they're dry, rotted fucking cracks all down the side. Right, It'll be all right. I knew I knew what I was getting into when when I met him, but like good Lord Kids I. Just I just don't want because between him and his parents, they own nine vehicles now in like five of them have antique plates on them in I cannot handle nine cards. One maybe two. Between the two of us we have four. For what! You're saying he's got three and you have one. That's correct. Well I need. That's what I got out of this story I'M NOT GONNA lie. It is nice to have a backup because every time you get rid of a car and you're like. God can't fucking car because this car will fucking run but I have, but the thing is. Is that without him? I was eight thousand miles overdue for an oil change. All tires, so you're the typical female driver. You are the stereotypical female driver. It's so bad and I know I. Am you're making US look bad? That's what I'm here for I. AM here to make us look that. Shit that's a out driver without him. His Him and his dad's staged an intervention. They get out of my car one day and they were like pop. The Hood I was like. No. We don't need to do this right now. We can do this. They were pop the hood and it was. Embarrassing and they called my mom in these shamed me over the phone or my mom and my mom knows I know better. Is I was raised by? Somebody that works on ours for a living in somebody that worked at a car dealership and I'm like Oh. Man I am of trouble. I had a pretty good week. I've been dealing with an. Sorry. I got shot in the abdomen when I was in the military and I get Domino Migraines, and I've been dealing with one of the last like three or four days that I can kick. So that's been like. Most of my week is just lying in bed sleeping. I mean if you need somebody to kick it, we can always hire professional. I don't know if. Only. The thing you're supposed to do. To Your Gut brain but I'm not totally against the idea. Go on the hill. Wow. So this barracks talks. I do have one good thing that happened this week. I mean I don't know if it's really good, but. It's not a terrible thing that happened. It was somewhat somewhat positive..

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"duke work" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Up to this point of keeping everything in house in terms of the riders, and the now all of a sudden, the guy that you were leaning on the most police Fargo has one foot out the door, and the other one is not far behind him, and then one of their main prospects in Martine. Possibly out the door to do coty as well. When you lose the guy that you were looking at as your number one and a guy that you were definitely king on as a future top rider I mean there are some cracks starting the forum in the structure there. Well, he got some responses to extend and overall. I tend to agree with Hippie on a Harley and soggy wombat, which is a great screening by the way. That performance or perceived performance is one of the major factors. You really prestige when you think about it. especially when it comes to pull I mean for whatever the reason that Honda's interested in. When you see mark. And what he's been able to do on that bike, and indeed Casey donor before him. It's nearly impossible to say no, despite how hard it is for mere mortals to ride that bike successfully, the temptation is simply too big especially for a guy like Poulsbo who is going to be twenty nine years old, and he's had seven full seasons, and Mo- GP or will have had seven full seasons at the start of twenty twenty one. That offer to get on the Repsol Honda I mean at that stage in your career. That's your only shot. I mean that they're not gonNA. Ask twice. How do you say no to that? Because even mediocre results on the Honda are going to at least match what he would have done on the KTM, and then the potential goes up from there rather than down because that would be the ceiling for KTM, you can only really go down from there, and so the perception of the prestige, the performance of that bike. That opportunity is just too big to say no to I. Don't think it has nearly as much to do with him. Not Liking Ktm as you know him knowing that nobody gets this offer. And, so when it comes down, it's I mean you. You can't say no. You can't say no to it. You know and I would toss in the idea of opportunity or perceived opportunity when it comes to worry, Martinez well because that hole left by spothero is a big one am for an organization like KTM, which is desperately trying to get to the next level like we were just talking about. They would love to keep Martine in general but. But they don't have too many moves that they can make right now to adequately accommodate him I mean they could give Martin the factory bike, or they could handed over to Olivera make room for. We're hey attack. Three one of those options leaves them with a grand total of one shortened season. Mo- GP experience on the factory level at the start of twenty twenty one that will be been there and Martine a rookie and a one year guy. Or the other option would leave them with three years of experience at the Mo- GP level with bender with one and Olivero with two, and they really need more experience than that. When they've got the bike that they want to be able to push to the next level, you need somebody capable of winning and especially capable of getting on a podium right now so i. think it's just bad timing for Martine and so he looks over and he sees. You know that Mac bike which he knows is good. And the opportunity again is too much for him to say no to so I. Think it's more bad timing all the way around rather than in a mass exodus of guys like Martine and pull a Spago, the guys who you were thinking of leaning on for the future you know Dj mentioned that the crew members leaving would be a bit more telling of the real situation and with rowing rider comments as well and. And I agree with Jay, but I would throw him or comments as well and so far up to this point, nobody has really been grumbling too much out loud when it comes to the management structure and the amount of effort that KTM has been putting into their bikes and the riders, if anything, the only negative words have been that they're trying to much as opposed to trying to little i. mean even joined Zarko. Pitched a little bit about the bike for sure, but he didn't bitch about the organization that I can remember at least not a whole lot. And once he walked away from the organization than he parted ways with them. He didn't have bitter words for them. I mean obviously they accommodated him. So that helps but. GP? That doesn't necessarily mean that. They're not going to say bad things about you. After the fact, so considering that even Zarko hasn't been going around trash talking more badmouthing them. I'm hesitant to think that they're you know. Issues are management based or structural based as opposed to just terrible timing. You know the right bikes being open at the right time and very limited options for them to accommodate the riders who are interested in potentially leaving so I think tim is okay right now, but I will say this about to Dukes I'm super interested in the fact that to dukes worked with t already in NASCAR, because I'm sure you've got very very interesting stories that you could tell. But that's for another show. I mean quite literally for another show. Because obviously, we're talking about motor. Gee, all right, so let's move on from silly season to what happened on track. That's right on track this week and Misano, where there was a private task for a bunch of test riders, and a couple of actor writers for the Non Concession Teams and is part of that do cody was testing writer? The team communications with the radio and I know that sounds weird and different and very exciting, but it's not necessarily in the manner that you might expect because what they're testing is a device that they're considering using in. In the paddock, not on the track they're thinking of having some sort of microphone communication so that the writers can interact with the engineers and the paddock without having to stand right next to them now, not a system where they would be talking back and forth from the helmet on the bike and idea that was very briefly abroad up, and then immediately shut down a couple years ago, those right around when they started doing the messages up on the dash of the bike, so this would be instead for the riders, so they could explain the changes that they wanted or how they were feeling on the bike without. Without a bunch of people having to crowd around and be a few inches away from the Ryder especially at open tests during practice sessions on race weekends, because there's typically constant activity on the track in the bikes are not very quiet, and it can be very difficult to hear in, so you gotta get right up next to the guy to be able to hear what they're saying. and that means everybody's gotta be in very close proximity and you know that's something that might not immediately come to mind, but small solutions like that can help minimize contact, and that can help immensely in keeping everyone safe, not just the. The writers, but you know the other team members as well because they all have to crowd around next each other, even if the rider's fine, that doesn't mean that they're all, find some especially with so few rounds on the table for the season. I did see some people complaining about this thinking all man taking it too far. No, they are not taking it too far. Because remember as of right now we only have thirteen rounder going to be run and multiple places. They're gonNA. Do Racist back to back weekends, and so you cannot. You cannot risk rider getting sick if they want a legitimate shot at the championship. If a guy gets sick, he's gotta sit out two weeks. He can miss two or three races in the championship, so anything anything to isolate the ride from the rest of the world is a great idea, so I get the argument that maybe they're overreacting and they might be who knows I. Think of it as an insurance policy, because yes, everybody's going to be tested on a regular basis on their way in and out of rounds, and they'll be plenty of precautions in place. The chances of a ride or getting sick are very small to begin with, but with all the precautions in place, the chances of getting sick are incredibly small, but remember. A rider doesn't actually have to get sick to be forced to sit out now. We haven't seen the official protocol yet. But if it goes like some other sports, I would imagine that. If a team member tests positive, then everyone that person has had direct contact with may have to quarantine man to sit out for two weeks because we don't know whether they were exposed or not, and they may even use that policy if a team member is simply exposed to someone who has tested positive outside the tracks so. So you know Bob? The you know the tire attack goes home and he's exposed to somebody now..

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"duke work" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"duke work" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With one oh six one F. M. talk. but you're a police officer five children in a school bus driver recovering after a crash Wednesday afternoon it happened at the intersection of north Elm and Taylor streets in the golden belt neighborhood around four PM the officer was taken to the hospital with minor injuries the injured children and the bus driver all treated at the scene of the crash more than two year wait for justice is over a woman is heading to prison for the murder of a student at western Carolina university agent my callow entered a guilty plea to second degree murder kidnapping and robbery in Jackson County court yesterday prosecutors say Mike hello and it could have been it shot Jacob ray to death two years ago during a drug deal before leaving his body at the back of the campus near a welcome sign the judge sentenced her to between twenty and twenty five years in prison yesterday I'm Richard styling the number of legionnaire's disease cases connect to the mountain state fair continues to rise state health department says that there are now one hundred sixteen confirmed cases which is up from fifteen cases when they first reported at nine days ago symptoms other respiratory only is usually show up within two weeks of exposure the fair and Fletcher ended September fifteenth researchers at Duke working to develop a flu vaccine that would provide years of immunity for all strains of flu do scientists received a thirty million dollar award this week to begin creating testing and manufacturing a so called universal flu vaccine Duke is more than one of a dozen universities and research institutions working on the vaccine trying to one of the hottest real estate markets in America the latest annual report from the urban land institute list Raleigh Durham metropolitan area second in the nation the rankings are based on a number of factors including tech jobs and real estate investment city ring Charlotte fourth in the nation Austin Texas first. I'm scared gambler. another day busing all time October records here in the triangle work to ninety eight degrees this afternoon seventy tonight we drop the numbers this weekend and into early next week I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel and one of six one F..

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