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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
NYC OKs safe sites for drug use, aiming to curb overdoses
"New New York York City City is is opening opening authorized authorized havens havens where where people people can can come come in in off off the the street street to to inject inject narcotics narcotics new new York's York's health health commissioner commissioner says says the the city's city's first first publicly publicly recognized recognized places places for for people people to to use use heroin heroin and and illegal illegal narcotics narcotics are are open open as as of of today today they're they're known known as as overdose overdose prevention prevention centers centers and and they'll they'll be be colocated colocated with with previously previously established established syringe syringe service service providers providers users users bring bring their their own own drugs drugs and and monitors monitors watch watch for for signs signs of of overdose overdose and and can can administer administer an an antidote antidote if if needed needed proponents proponents say say the the idea idea is is harm harm reduction reduction to to save save lives lives or or bring bring people people in in from from the the streets streets in in a a statement statement mayor mayor bill bill de de Blasio Blasio who who leaves leaves office office at at the the end end of of December December says says he's he's proud proud to to show show cities cities in in this this country country that that after after decades decades of of failure failure a a smarter smarter approach approach as as possible possible in in New New York York City City over over two two thousand thousand people people died died of of overdoses overdoses last last year year researchers researchers have have estimated estimated the the proposal proposal could could prevent prevent a a hundred hundred and and thirty thirty deaths deaths a a year year and and save save the the city city millions millions of of dollars dollars opponents opponents see see the the sights sights as as a a moral moral failure failure federal federal law law bans bans operating operating a a place place for for narcotics narcotics use use last last month month prosecutors prosecutors won won their their legal legal challenge challenge against against the the Philadelphia Philadelphia group group that that was was fighting fighting to to open open a a similar similar site site I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
LSU hires Kelly away from Notre Dame to be Tigers next coach
"The the Brian Brian Kelly Kelly R. R. at at Notre Notre Dame Dame is is coming coming to to a a close close after after Kelly Kelly agreed agreed to to a a deal deal to to become become the the next next football football coach coach at at LSU LSU the the sixty sixty year year old old Kelly Kelly will will make make the the jump jump to to the the SEC SEC after after guiding guiding sixth sixth ranked ranked Notre Notre Dame Dame to to eleven eleven and and one one season season under under Kelly Kelly the the fighting fighting Irish Irish appeared appeared in in the the college college football football playoff playoff in in two two of of the the last last three three seasons seasons Kelly Kelly leaves leaves as as the the winningest winningest coach coach in in Notre Notre Dame Dame history history with with a a one one hundred hundred thirteen thirteen and and forty forty record record in in twelve twelve seasons seasons he he replaces replaces ed ed Orgeron Orgeron who who Ellis Ellis you you agreed agreed to to part part ways ways with with despite despite winning winning a a national national championship championship in in two two thousand thousand nineteen nineteen I'm I'm captain captain cool cool bar bar
Pennsylvania DA Appeals Bill Cosby Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court
"Prosecutors prosecutors in in Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania petitioned petitioned the the US US Supreme Supreme Court Court to to review review a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court ruling ruling overturned overturned Bill Bill Cosby Cosby sexual sexual assault assault conviction conviction Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania district district attorney attorney Kevin Kevin Steele Steele petitions petitions the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court challenging challenging a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision which which overturned overturned bill bill Cosby's Cosby's conviction conviction based based on on a a two two thousand thousand five five press press release release written written by by a a predecessor predecessor without without any any knowledge knowledge of of his his staff staff or or fellow fellow attorneys attorneys in in his his office office at at release release promised promised a a now now deceased deceased defense defense attorney attorney that that Bill Bill Cosby Cosby would would not not be be prosecuted prosecuted later later Cosby Cosby admitted admitted during during a a civil civil deposition deposition to to giving giving drugs drugs and and alcohol alcohol to to a a number number of of young young women women before before sexual sexual encounters encounters Cosby's Cosby's twenty twenty eighteen eighteen conviction conviction of of drugging drugging and and molesting molesting college college sports sports administrator administrator Andrea Andrea Constand Constand in in two two thousand thousand four four was was overturned overturned by by the the state state Supreme Supreme Court Court he he was was freed freed from from prison prison last last summer summer Steele Steele argues argues the the decision decision would would set set a a dangerous dangerous precedent precedent out out press press releases releases being being treated treated as as immunity immunity agreements agreements despite despite
Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97
"Devin Booker scored thirty two points in the sun's ran their winning streak to fifteen games by blasting the next one eighteen ninety seven Booker was fourteen of twenty seven from the field making four three pointers to help Phoenix beat New York for the seventh straight time Chris Paul had fourteen points and ten assists for the sons who tied the second longest winning streak in team history the Andre eight and finished with fourteen points and thirteen boards in the win Phoenix's two off the team record winning streak said in two thousand six oh seven Kemba Walker scored seventeen points for the Knicks I'm
Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon
"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports
Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit against the Donald Trump former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has dropped her defamation lawsuit against former president Donald Trump Zervos accused trump of sexual assault saying he kissed and groped her against her will in two thousand seven allegations trump denied she sued that then president in New York state court in twenty seventeen saying he damaged her reputation when he said she and other women alleging sexual assault and harassment or making things up since Mr trump has not issued a retraction as I requested he
Man earns Ph.D., fulfills dream of being physicist — at 89
"In eighty nine year old Rhode Island man has finally achieved something he's dreamed up nearly his whole life Manfred Steiner had always been fascinated by physics but instead went into medicine after retiring in two thousand I really don't want to spend my life just sitting around so he enrolled at Brown University and after nearly two decades of classes I made it Steiner earned a PhD in physics this was the most gratifying point in my life his advice to others if there's something you want to do go ahead try it now that he has Steiner hopes to catch on as a research assistant I'm not looking for a paid job you know that's still I'm Sager made Connie
'I'm so lucky': Elton John receives prestigious UK award
"Elton John is a new member of an exclusive club in the UK prince Charles and only did Elton John is a member of the order of the companions of honor I felt very proud to be British I felt very blessed I'm very lucky it's one of the highest awards that can be bestowed by Queen Elizabeth it recognizes people who make a major contribution to the arts science medicine or government over a long period of time I had an amazing life it's music has been my life and I got this for music and to work for charity but seventy four year old Elton John is not thinking in the past tense I may not look as if I'm not a hundred percent fit but I'm not quite but I'm still having to go and I got a lot more work to do after his farewell tour ends in two years John has high expectations we want to try and end dates by two thousand thirty it is doable we have the medicines we have the where with Elton John had recent hip surgery and says he's full of beans full of zest I'm a Donahue
Panthers match record, deny Hurricanes one in 5-2 victory
"The Panthers are ten oh one one after Anthony Duclair delivered two goals and two assists in a five two victory over the hurricanes declare registered a goal and two assists in the first period alone helping Florida win without Alexander Berkoff who was a late scratch with a lower body injury Spencer knight made twenty eight saves for Florida which tied the ninety four ninety five penguins and two thousand six oh seven Sabres as the only NHL teams to reach twenty one points after eleven games the cats were three for four on the power play in the first period the hurricanes were trying to become the NHL's thirteen to open the season with ten straight wins I'm Dave Ferrie
US service sector expands at record pace in October
"The US services sector expanded at a record pace last month the institute for supply management survey of service industries which includes restaurants bars trucking companies hotels and many other businesses jumped to a reading of sixty six point seven in October any reading above fifty indicates growth business activity new orders and supplier deliveries all surpassed previous records and the supply chain problems and labor shortages persisted the backlog of orders also hit a record businesses have also had trouble stocking up on goods with the inventories index declining for a fifth straight month these problems along with strong demand have led to higher prices for just about everything in the prices index rose to its highest reading since two thousand five I'm Ben Thomas
Democrats reach drug price deal, Biden upbeat on Manchin
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats reach a drug price deal as they work to finalize their one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal congressional Democrats working to finalize president Joe Biden's one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal forged agreement Tuesday on a plan to lower prescription drug costs for most older people the plan would cap out of pocket Medicare costs at two thousand dollars and reduce the price of insolence a compromise with one of two democratic holdouts senator Kiersten cinema paved the way for the deal but the other holdouts senator Joe Manchin remains a wild card mention spoke to reporters from his home state of West Virginia everything we're trying to do a reconciliation has been covered in some way or another in the American rescue plan we just did the one point nine trillion in
White steps in, leads Jets to wild 34-31 win over Bengals
"The Bengals wasted a thirty one twenty lead in the fourth quarter of a thirty four thirty one loss to the lowly jets Mike white threw for four hundred five yards and three touchdowns in his first NFL start and he caught a two point conversion pass on the go ahead score white overcame two early interceptions to complete thirty seven passes we have to be a twenty yard throw to start the game so it helps get the offense in a rhythm it helps the guys kind of calm down and and and things of that nature he's also the first jets quarterback to throw for four hundred yards is Vinny Testaverde on Christmas day two thousand shekel awesome came up with the jets first interception of the season to set up the go ahead score Joe burrow threw for two hundred fifty nine yards and three TV's on the ferry
American Airlines cancels more than 1,200 weekend flights
"Another rough travel weekend for flyers with American airlines cancelling around sixteen hundred flights American sites windy conditions in Texas and a shortage of flight attendants by mid day Sunday American it canceled more than seven hundred flights that's after scrapping nearly nine hundred on Friday and Saturday according to flight aware the disruptions were similar in their initial cost and size to problem suffered in early October by Southwest Airlines which at the time canceled well over two thousand flights and it raises questions about whether major airlines are prepared for the busy upcoming holiday travel period American
Supreme Court to hear case on New York's gun permit law
"The Supreme Court is set to hear a gun rights case that could lead to a more guns on the streets of New York and Los Angeles the case the justices will hear Wednesday centers on new York's restrictive gun permit lawn weather challenges to the law in about half a dozen states have a right to carry a concealed gun in public for self defense gun control groups say of a High Court ruling requires states to drop restrictions the result will be more violence gun rights groups say the risk of a confrontation is why they have the right to be armed for self defense and hope the courts six three conservative majority sides with them the last time the court issued a major gun rights decision was two thousand eight and twenty ten establishing a nationwide right to keep a gun at home for self defense the question for the court now is whether there's a similar second amendment right to carry a firearm in public I'm Julie Walker
Ruling: Can't fire unvaccinated while mandate is challenged
"A Louisiana appeals court has ruled that the state's largest health system cannot fire or otherwise disciplined some employees who refused to get vaccinated against covert nineteen well the mandates legalities in court the appeals court in Freeport road just before Ochsner health Friday deadline for two thirty two thousand employees across Louisiana at a part of Mississippi to be fully vaccinated or face dismissal a lower court judge had thrown out a lawsuit brought October fifth by dozens of employees at auction Shreveport location a lawyer for the workers says the order is a signal to businesses statewide the vaccine mandates to probably illegal however different appeals court on Wednesday rejected a request for a similar order lawsuits argue that citizens have a right to decide their medical treatments state Supreme Court may have to resolve the dispute on Norman hall
The Latest: Álvarez starts in outfield for Astros in Game 3
"The World Series shifts to Atlanta for game three on Friday after the Braves in astro split the first two games in Houston in Anderson goes to the mound for the Braves in their first World Series home game since nineteen ninety nine he'll be opposed by Luis Garcia who got the victory in the game six clincher against Boston in the AL CS Anderson started the NLCS clincher it will be the first World Series pairing of rookie starter since the two thousand six opener each team has earned seven two victory so far the Astros even the fall classic on Wednesday as Jose Altuve a Homer and Jose or kiedy worked five strong innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"early two thousands" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Now let's get right back to those juicy. That's Asset called Blinded by the item handed bad. I don't know. Celebrity gossip mysteries. Bradley this afternoon is going to be solving these mysteries. Oh, God, This is too much pressure. I need someone, anyone. Nobody. Okay? I'll just I mean, good luck to me. Yeah. Good luck at myself on the back Here cause ain't no one else with me. Alright, Bradley. Now you got to solve this one all by your lonesome this afternoon. Think you can do it? Maybe. This foreign born a list mostly movie actress who is an Oscar winner slash nominee told a story about how this a plus list mostly movie actor kept telling her during sex. How much he wanted to use her body as an ashtray here Now this is confirmed. By the way we know this is about so the actress was told, Um, and by the way, the actresses foreign born a list and Oscar winner Yeah. That the A plus list mostly movie actor kept wanting to put cigarettes out on her, assuming that's what he's saying. Yeah, well, when they were when they were young and Yeah, with lovemaking to burn you what being When they were making of the whoopie. Yeah, Okay, So I'll give you a hint. Bradley. These two people were a couple Mm uh, several years ago, several years ago with an A plus list. Who am I going to be more readily grabbing onto here? I think the foreign born a list mostly movie actress who's an Oscar winner slash nominee. Now this was a Helen Mirren. No, she would not tolerate being told to be an ashtray while they were doing it. I don't know. Maybe she's kink. I mean, maybe she's Yeah, like Helen Mirren's kind of kinky, but okay. Of the British names. This is not a British dame Judi Dench does not seem Kim Kinky. Not from the UK Salma Hayek. No. Uh oh. What country Um okay. Not the UK, not the U. K. Mm hmm. Okay, so I gotta think no pressure, no pressure. Um, Foreign born a list Oscar winner. Yeah. This person is actually oh, Nicole Kidman. Oh, no. This person won an Oscar in the early two thousands. Charlie's their own. Uh oh. And, um, what's his nuts? Sean Penn. Oh, good job, Bradley. Oh, and I would like to give credit even though I'm just now seeing her text Julia carbs Sean Penn and Sherrice, The Roman Yeah. Is that what she calls truly sairin? Sure. Greece the Roman or was that text to speech? Could be text is hilarious. Julia, You got a good brain, their kid. That's right. So Charlie's Tharon Was told by Sean Penn during sex, how much he wanted to use her body as an ashtray. That is totally believable and disgusting. And I hope that Charlie's for her part Said. Absolutely not, sir. Now finish what you're doing, or whatever they were doing. I don't know. Well, they were having sex. Well, I know, but I don't know if she you know what? I'm okay. It's blinded bad.
"early two thousands" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Rosie o'donnell was considered Seinfeld told us the Howard Stern back in two thousand seventeen but it's making news again there was another actress who sampled said did really well and since I came in for multiple reads and she said that it seemed like they had great chemistry it did not go to her she found fame on another NBC sitcom in the nineties and early two thousands Meghan o'malley yes really you're doing good at that I think good lane yeah I can picture her in that role you know it's tough when you have such an iconic character then you picture an actress in that role or an actor in that role but I could see Meghan along right the great not be some yeah Jerry said that that Julia Louis Dreyfus kind of help to develop the character of the lane but if they had a they had a kind of figured out but it was when she came in and that they were like oh this is her and then they sort of they started working on the character together and she came out as Elaine Benes get out nice nice right yeah mmhm I'm trying to picture Rosie o'donnell for a second in that role I don't think that it would be a different role yeah that wouldn't be what we know today that's right they all bring their own eccentricities to it yes do you remember Julia Louis Dreyfus on Saturday Night Live you guys are too young she's on there for a hot second yeah yeah that's how she met her husband who did weekend update it is name is Brad hall well anything else you'd like to say Steve with which she duly Louis Dreyfus back then yeah wow she's always been jailed the huh yeah because her dad number the fun fact mmhm mmhm her dad created the Dreyfus funds miglior stock market mmhm like Richard Dreyfuss yeah Mr Holland's opus vessel on him the other day right because Frank Sinatra was offered the lead role in Die Hard by the way yeah who's Frank Frank Sinatra hold blue eyes now like a hundred when di.
"early two thousands" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Continue twenty four now till the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be a part of the program and you know I look at Disney being closer look at hospitals now being built in record time in China we're now hearing that this a lot of this was hidden probably in the early days and weeks of the outbreak of this virus we have questions about the information period how it's transmitted contact tracing whether it occurred or didn't occur we have what five plus confirmed cases now in the US the looking at some hundred and ten to twenty other potential cases Hey wait is there anything we have to worry about is the secretary of hud but he's also one of the best doctors I've ever met in my life secondary Ben Carson joins us it's secretary thanks so much for being with us always a pleasure yeah I know you read this because it's your passion while you're doing your day job what you've been doing a great job at but your thoughts on this well I first of all I have great confidence and you know doctor child she and and the DC and the way that they're handling and screwed not I think everybody and making sure that the correct isolation things are going on but you know as the hud secretary I do worry that it could be because two of the cases were California and if we were to get an infected individual or one of these homeless camp it would spread like wildfire and we could really have a problem on our hands absolutely we're going to be very vigilant there well I know there's always a balancing act because I don't think we've been told the truth by China I I think it would be in China's best interest to reach out to us and I'm sure the president would would gladly allow some of our top people you meant mentioned Dr Anthony Fauci I had him on TV the other night I would agree he's one of the top experts in this field to at least help in a system what what what do you see in terms of incubation transmissibility what do you see in terms of contact tracing that should have occurred or now seems to be probably a possibility yeah well the fact that we only have five cases so far identified is a very positive indicator but the incubation period the last time we had sars outbreak in the early two thousand you know proved to be up to a couple of weeks so we're we're not out of the woods quite yet that there's still a potential for problem so they're gonna house we have to be extremely careful with anybody come from that region and also you know it can be spread by aerosol so in other words is another way of saying it's airborne yeah and so you know you gotta stay out of the the reach somebody so a lot of coughing who's been from a place that you're not sure well yeah and by the way probably that scares everybody the gets on an airplane and maybe it should but for now you think that we're on top of it is in terms of this country do you think China is now are they capable of containing it because well while the the death rate is is too high it's what five percent I think at this point we want to get this under control what would be the best way ultimately do we do we come up with some type of vaccine that that resolves this so obviously that would be the best thing you know based on history will probably several months away from a vaccine although I know they're working very diligently on it right now and obviously we have a little bit of a problem because the Chinese and.
"early two thousands" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The chef I saw that he was the chef he us I could understand him at the time because I think he had a try to sing with a French accent or something yeah it was funny that he was kind of throwing all this food and crap around and I don't get this is my first time viewing the little mermaid as well I've never seen the movie start to finish I only know it was my favorite growing because I'm right here you know it's it's mine says nineteen eighty nine and he has wanted a came out so that's why they're celebrating thirty years of The Little Mermaid that I think John same it was just because you have to the reason watches things are because you know they're going to be trained racks and that's half the reason why I enjoyed you although there were some a decent parts I thought the guide the main guy prints was Eric prince air I thought he did a fantastic job yeah he I thought he did I I saw one song thank you perfect you know I've seen little mermaid onstage I've seen okay okay you're an expert at such an expert at all to me like he needed to be stoned to get into this one now I bet that would help because a lot of the what the complaints is noticing on Twitter is that it seems like there is low budget production value going on with the the puppets that we're playing the fish and then the suits it looks like it was something you get out of a a claw machine at the bowling alley you know it was hard for me to tap into she the character the shaggy played with Ashton yes Jackie to me is the non a non on another yeah somebody like like the juxtaposition of him playing a crab on this a little mermaid and his terrible song from the early two thousand hits the girl no you is the yeah yeah yeah yeah I mean it's just such an interesting job but he has the only voice that remotely could sound like great into some of these classic under the sea I want to hear because the girl well everyone knows we can put do but everyone knows under the sea so I and that's the most iconic song from the the movie so here comes they are singing live number one yeah and there's a lot going on a lot of a lot I think a lot of moving parts but he is the perfect person to play that character I think I really thought cleanly tifa as personalized care he sounded to me he sounded amazing she really did let's do a little clip of her of Queen Latifah okay.
"early two thousands" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And welcome back to coast to coast George nor with you along with your re dent to this hour we'll take your phone calls as we talk about his predictions what would you say your prediction rate is Terry over the years Aug big turning points we were the only ones that called the collapse of Japan in nineteen eighty nine the recession of the early nineties and then the greatest boom and history from there and a two thousand and seven we called the tech P. in early two thousand we also called like I said I think my most famous one which I'm not is famous for its calling the Japan crash in the late eighties starting there and then the real estate bubble and late two thousand five I was just moving from Miami to Tampa to care take my wife's family and I told our newsletter subscribers sell this this bottles getting rated pecan and by early two thousand six prices peak and went straight down for six years so we call the real estate crash as well my big is error George's than simply and with this period from two thousand nine four were governments just dump sixteen trillion economy that's never happened before I didn't think the bubble would last this long until trump got reelected by surprise and I said oh okay we're just in the orgasmic final phase of this problem is going to last a few more years but that was my worst forecasts who's thinking you know back in two thousand fifteen or sixteen of this thing to be over yeah interesting now Facebook is having trouble with its currency that it's trying to get out there now what about bit coin what's going on in that and that arena well I try I've spoken at three major big coin conferences over the last year and a half in the course I company outside to look I don't understand units to but I do understand you are a decentralizing technology and network technology like the internet and you're going to bring this scene type of internet like innovation into financial assets in the money arena which is really important because that's where the internet's failing I I hate to buy anything anymore there's so many passwords and security stuff at all like the internet is about to break down so this is the next big thing in the proof of it is exactly this crazy bobble this bit coin bobble the peak in late two thousand seventeen is crazy you got a lot of companies that they have nothing behind them at this point even bit coin is it is only like three hundred billion dollars worth of market value can't be the new gold the new standard yet but it could be longer term the most important block chain basically can totally redesigned our financial systems and that's going to be a big big thing this side of it is just like the internet in the last stage of the tech bubble from nineteen ninety five to two thousand internet stocks only merch including Amazon in the last year late nineteen ninety eight and early two thousand a day we're gonna a meteoric bobble just like that so that was the final bubble of the Bible I see the crypto currencies and.
"early two thousands" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two thousand five and early two thousand nineteen you save by the bank said including addresses dates of birth and self reported income she is a former employee of Amazon web services according to people familiar with the matter of the criminal complaint says ms Thompson's resume show she worked at a cloud computing company which the government didn't name as a systems engineer from two thousand fifteen to two thousand sixteen the breach compromised approximately one hundred and forty thousand social security numbers eighty thousand bank account numbers as well as some customers credit scores payment histories and credit limits it follows a breach in twenty seventeen at a credit reporting company which reported that Lee expose a debt of nearly a hundred and fifty million Americans and focus public and congressional attention on the sensitive information the financial companies keep on their customers so although the bank said it is unlikely the stolen information was disseminated or used for fraud the criminal complaint alleges miss Thompson intended for the data to be distributed online the bank said that its investigation continues at the incident is expected to cost approximately one hundred to one hundred and fifty million dollars ms Thompson was charged with one count of computer fraud and abuse his alleged allegedly access the bank's data a mis configured fire wall so there you go yes so in today's world this that's going to be there's there is that that massive risk because we all now bank online we all shop online and and there is that risk I got the email a couple days ago and if it's happened several times over whether it was a a couple times with the a store and data breach banking cards and banks it's happened a number of times over the years I have a protection service that keeps my stuff monitored and I also monitor my stuff very very closely but the bigger point I guess is that you know at Amazon web services the according to the official says she's a former employee that's nothing necessarily against Amazon web services in their hiring practices you you don't know who because it doesn't mean just because someone doesn't have a criminal record doesn't mean that they don't have criminal intent at some point or aren't tempted if they see a bunch of data or a number of different I guess scenario possibilities that play out when humans are involved in controlling or getting access to all of our information I don't know where I don't know where the answer is I mean that's that's why far beyond my wheel house but I guess the question is where where does the worst the level of trust I had the I had LifeLock contact me once and you know they I think it was think was by email right and yeah I think that's what they're there by email they said look contact you know will contact us because somebody is use your social security number mmhm mmhm so I called them and somebody had tried to open up a credit card not with my name but apparently they use my soul security number or that's how they read it at the store that they were trying to open up the account of the store picked up on it right away it wasn't somebody who had my name on my social security number match stop it was somebody completely different trying to get credit with a different name so everybody picked up on it immediately right right but then LifeLock send you straight to the to the merchant and they're not a part of the phone call right no they don't get involved they don't want to be whoever's on that doesn't you can't be part of that you know the the conversation that you actually have with the merchant I talk to the merchant and they said yeah we caught this you know we we we caught this immediately because it didn't match up and we got the correct so security number from this particular person that was pretty close to yours but the numbers just you know somebody read the numbers wrong which came close to yours that happened to meet at a bank that I've been banking at for twenty years at the smaller banks and I look I log online and there was a thousand dollar withdrawal and I'm like and no one so she had with that account had taken a withdrawal so I went to the bank and I said Hey we didn't do this someone had gone through the drive through I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often or maybe we just don't hear about it the song went to the drive through and the teller at the drive through put in the wrong account number and they took it out of my account instead of theirs so they put a I don't know if the inverted some numbers or what it was but they did and they said we can show you where you know where this happened and we can't show you their bank account number but obviously was similar and I thought to myself well first well that's kind of scary second of all man I'm glad I have a thousand dollars in the next my partner account and I was and but I they were very apologetic about it but you know just a simple error but I also have LifeLock and they they've they've come to me in fact I got the the information the email and and Hey you're part of a data breach situation again and they stay on top of it they they they monitor to the point I think that you can't stop it like this guarantee iron clad guarantee but certainly they they've if like if I go to a department store there's one department store where I've had their card several times and I've never used it but if you get if you.
"early two thousands" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"How are you I have a friend who had show on you too and he did the whole study interview about this one product that will all be from the nineties and early two thousands called web TV and this was both we shipped out you know internationally but no the military thought that you know this product as having a Christian could be of having munitions and I want to talk about earlier about you know no technology being left and I but as one among those small little okay we're going very good point yeah yes it never hit the market place Christopher only them always here in the US and they died out pretty fast thirteen that's when everything ended for that product now that that happens Ilana we are almost out of time would you give out your Facebook and websites and hi fi but added this in Georgia I also have a a blog site called the lawn Freeling dot com and my web mistress is constantly keeping it up for me I have no time to go to it then there is the Facebook site as I said I have a closed site people need to ask to join it I highly recommend it because I I keep it real pristine full of scientific stuff having to do with the space fence etcetera super and the book of course is called under and I and nice guy it's available all over the place on our website linked up that coast to coast AM dot com up next we're going to be talking about Stonehenge another megalithic structures but it's fascinating.
"early two thousands" Discussed on KPCC
"Happens next so early two thousands. Trump comes back to Japan for another financial project, and this one is different. He's not looking to build a building or anything like that. What he's looking for is money for his Atlantic City casinos, and his casino company is deep in debt. And so he gets shebang to agree to help the casino company sell a bunch of bombs, and so the way that works is there's something called a road show. And Trump in deutchebanks go off to meet of unto institutional, investors, and Trump is supposed to kind of give his financial pitch for why these investors shouldn't trust their money with his casino company. And at the end of this Trump goes to his banker, Georgia, and says that when great how much money do we raise and the poor banker needs to break. The news to Trump that guess they did attract large crowds. Yes. People seem happy to see them, but no people were not willing to provide him with their money. So the roadshow was a dud. And so Donald Trump comes in symbols that group that's responsible for going out and finding buyers for these bonds, and he says, listen, fellas. I know this is not the easiest project you've ever done. But if you can get this done for me, you will all be my guests at mar-a-lago for the weekend, and low and behold, that does the trick. Let's sales guys managed to actually sell nearly five hundred million dollars of bombs, which is a very large number. It's hard to sell that much risky debt. So the sales process ends, and the banker calls back Trump and says, great news. We did it. We sold in four hundred eighty million dollars of these bonds for you. And Trump is very, very happy miles face and says that's great. Thank you so much. And the banker says don't forget about what you promised guys. And Trump says, what's that? And the bankers. Not sure if he's serious as you said, you'd take them all down tomorrow. Log remember in Trump says, oh no, the no one's going to remember that trying to out of it. And the banker says look at all these guys have been talking about for the past week or to Trump, eventually agrees and sends his private Boeing jet to New York and flies them all down tomorrow, Lago and spend a week together. And it's great that he's wining and dining them telling great stories and the relationship seems to have reached this new level. So at this point, deutchebanks winning Donald Trump is winning. Everyone is happy and it takes a few months, but Donald Trump early the new year default on the bonds, and this is a huge embarrassment for Deutsche Bank. It costs them money for as well. But it also means that the clients are left sitting on big losses. So this has got to be a relationship, enter it seems like it, but it wasn't within months of the default. Trump is back talking to the commercial real estate guys at Deutsche Bank. He wants to build a massive skyscraper in downtown Chicago, and ask them to provide him with more than five hundred million dollars to finance that and go to Bank, even though their colleagues in the same building in the same floor of the same building on Wall Street had just defaulted on these loans. They agree to make this massive loan to Trump to finance, the construction of the Chicago. Skyscraper. Are they talking to each other of this sounds crazy? I talked to one of the guys who is involved with the mar-a-lago jump on. I like to call them and I asked him that very question. And he said, no, we didn't bother to tell them that was just not the db way, basically shorthand for meaning the culture of the Bank is one where we pursue. Profits short-term profits at any price. Why on earth would you go? Screw up a different division business with Trump by spoil the party until he kept it to himself. But Donald Trump, this time is personally on the hook for some of this money. So his part of this loan in order to reduce the riskiness of it from banks perspective. He agrees to personally guarantee forty million dollars of this loan. So what happens with this loan? Good afternoon. And welcome to the terrorists that Trump. I'm Keith Malini, the restaurant director here at the Trump International hotel and tower and this is the.
"early two thousands" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"I think we do, and I think the strategy that we've always lived by the smart system, sort of started back in the early two thousand and we never owned, for example in AL, Pedro Martinez, or were Randy Johnson. Every year, we had a Mike machina, who was going to give you good wins. Good ratios could K's too, you know anchor you're pitching staff. So to me, it's. Okay if I'm going to pay forty one dollars for sure. I understand why you did that. Then let's say I have a total of sixty dollars for for that pitcher in a hitter will maybe the thirty two dollars pitcher right in twenty eight dollar is going to be a better combination. So to me, I think you got a really be careful. What's the difference between and the odds of production of a forty dollars, you know ace in thirty dollars? What about bullpens? We kind of a new bullpen bullpens namic in major league baseball. How's it impacted the are in the smart system? I think it's just been more imperative to get your one guy that, you know, has going to get you saves and it's just really risky to invest in, you know, these opens where they don't have one. Whether it's Philadelphia or you know, I'm trying to think of some of the others that are difficult. We thought it was going to be zone, at the start of the year, didn't turn out that way, these places where you just don't know. Who's going to get the saves there are it's just more important to roster. You know, you know, this is the closer in aroldis Chapman is sort of an obvious one. They are because even with the deep Yankee pope, and he was going to close, for example. And I think that's really important because, yes, these teams move guys around, and I love outta right? But in you had to know that you're going to see some Alvarado some castio you're gonna frustrate unknown guy. I didn't know Pagon but. It was going to be someone known guy you going to head to know that that was coming. So we wanted to invest in guys and guys aren't good teams because the album with closers his the closer in a bad team. The comes the setup guy in August on a contender, and it just blows up or just doesn't oranges doesn't get, as many opportunities. I know Shane green has kind of blown that out of the water. But the numbers are there, the better teams get more same opportunities. And I know there's like a common thinking of all the guy Anna crummy team there whenever they do in it's going to be like four to three. It's just not true. I mean, the Tigers have blowout wins now again this year, the extenuating circumstance has been that he's saved fifteen of their eighteen wins. And so the people who live by that narrative, we're going to see told you but it, this is an exception, I guarantee it's an exception. The numbers have been run you want. You want the better close on the better teams those take us into the tea for, for smart, which Stanford team and and getting there's on better teams have the has the new dynamic haves and have nots with several teams committing to their rebuilds and being kind of awful has it made it harder to really focus on that? Because once you kind of get deep into the draft. You know, get seven eight rounds into the draft. A lot of the best players on the best teams are taken up. So how do you how do you execute the tea and today's landscape with so many haves and have nots?.
"early two thousands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Early two thousands. Got some damage that's going to drag. He's starting in stop in a lot. There's no way that that there's four hundred miles in that tank. No way. What changed all of a sudden driving much more aggressively? Nighttimes get aggressive. This guy. We to take a break where three hours, and we're not going to bail on it. We need a pay off. And I hope it happens before clock, by the way, this is going to be the worst podcast we've ever done because when people play this back. Wow. Three hours of this crap. Watching right. They can't watch it. They have to listen to us try to describe three hours of this mess. All right now, it's really high speed is that role in height they're rolling through now. And that's really high speed on the six poaching that really crappy Fifty-seven interchange. Oh, okay. So I looked at the early two thousand accords have roughly seventeen gallon tank average about Twenty-three city thirty highway. So he's probably averaging twenty because he's doing a lot of starting stopping it those breaks. So maybe he's got twenty. He's got over that about three hundred miles maybe in that tank. Give him twenty five miles to the gallon because he was running his AC four twenty five. Yeah. There's no way he's going to get four twenty five out of this. What this chase could go on. What the hell I always love this as a great possibility and might do this my life when I get older and board, but I'd like to get a van like a minivan. And then have somebody deck it out and put an extra five hundred gallon gas tank in it, right where the cops can't see it. The whole minivan is all a big gas tank. And I gotta. A couple of kids. So they're not gonna pick me or or me and the chase starts in congress. And and it ends in Pittsburgh. Drive across country, and every police precinct across the country picked me up. Let's go as kids gas, man. That's all you need. First half. Around. Yes. Gotta bring food for the kids. And maybe a diaper live.
"early two thousands" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The early two thousand probably years after nine eleven I went out and traded with a friend of mine. A no, no. Logo. Film about my journey hasn't has that. New York along the way, we catching a lot of people like the island bike Mars. So out of magical home, Paul filming Paul about the city rebirth. You gotta have hope opposites devastation happen too. So. Two thousand nine them. We were nominated extraordinary tiny though, films nominated for three Emmys, and I ended up winning for best writing for. You are. To gold after all the struggle. Again. You are at an extraordinarily talented person. You and words have a special relationship and in any event. Listen people. I've never had anybody other than maybe, you know, somebody that loves me in the family child or adult type write me a poem. And so this poem was really commissioned without my realizing it was being commissioned because I said to Allen I would love you to go in and sculpt out of the poems. You've written that I don't know. And I have gone on your Facebook page and taken out some phrases. And and passages that are descriptive of Ireland as a destination. And what makes it special and magical little did? I know when I said that to Allen that he undertook that as a new commission to write a poem that would answer those questions I put to him. So Allen poem have a name. It hasn't got an an yes. Please name sent me. The Email an Email with the name, and it starts out with the mention of mountains. And I I'm not familiar with the north mountains didn't stick in my mind. But those are the mountains that you see that border near the when you drive around the baron. Was. Now, I would like you to recite the poem. So here we go because the moment untitled by Allen ama- cook. Growl for north mountains, all stones sacred output hills, reaching beyond this guys. I walk on more in the fields of gentian purple green, yellow, rainbows up heated nature on the God of the sun. I sit in the great valleys of this land carry mountains beckoning toward the power of Atlantic. Green ocean, a myriad of histories and each software. I rest upon the old wells sacred drop of water caressed capstone so precious on my lips like time. From the islands of our close upon the edge of the world the old so Poland's the soft I- donkeys deferred deep rocks. The mighty cliffs which hold a swell of time. And I sleep upon the soft Grassi ferns swallows return by Celtic soul. Whether tiny wings beat constant like Ireland, dense greenheart showing us the miracle of life. Taste the broken soul of air of the soil of in my mouth, the smell of ancient gods roam the coast from Atlanta to the giant's causeway, the goddess guides her hand upon your weary brow sweet traveler to bring you home. See the Dahlman is old sacred alone allied energy shields, the heart walk the ancient dogs of male miles around south for the fuel the ancient burning of tribal heart. I walked up old beggars and dreamers. My home or beautiful and see Ben Bolden Sligo. Slob mountain bright green an astonishing sight that draws the sold amazement holding secrets from a million is an swimming rivers, silver gold, salmon, Oprah down listening scale, like old poem secret fish tails, magic guide shows through streams onto the sacred. Bells of Ireland old and the of cool park nine Nickerson animal hiding in the oakwoods softly, majestic kings Brown for shadows in the night, and the shy hares and foxes red tails disappearing into the darkness. I walk them on the horses of Connemara.
"early two thousands" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Never a threat to human financial advisers, but what robo advisors a pit them is absolutely is a threat and a transition to the industry, and is really just an example of a larger picture, which is the minute. We went into the asset allocation business in the late very late nineties early two thousands. That was the moment that technology started being applied to make that business model more efficient as well. I even this really ran in a couple of stages. The I actually was the rise of the tamp the turnkey asset management platform where you know, a couple of enterprising firms came forward pretty early and said, well, jeez, if visors can mean, the S allocation business ten advisors are gonna make basically the same diversified portfolio. Why didn't we just have one centralized manner to it for all ten? It's much more efficient with a car. Economies of scale that having ten advisors make their own and so- Tampa appeared in the late nineteen ninety s then few years later, the first round of technology showed up we balancing software, I rebel in early stage tamarack and some of those these technology companies came and said, well, wait, wait, wait. If if advisors going to manage models, and they wanna Connie's of scale, you don't have to offload this whole thing to attack. If you don't want to just buy a piece of technology that manages models, and you can hit the button to treat a rebalance yourself and cut a Cup, the Tampa the picture then robo advisors showed up which to me was actually just it was financial advisor model management. Rebalancing software repackage for consumers like there was nothing in the betterment and welfare trading process that you couldn't have done literally eight years earlier in I rebel, which was the first rebalancing software for financial advisers that launched in two thousand four in fact, even I rebel had tax law servicing capabilities and asset location capabilities that the robo advisors still haven't fully caught..
"early two thousands" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And arguments and much more fast forward again three years later early two thousand eight I had lost three hundred and thirty two pounds. No surgery. No pills. Just me and custom-made bicycle lots of veggies and metric ton of support from my wife and daughter the press showed up Oprah showed up the today show final Faust Forward. four. And then I'll shut up eleven years later. I'm still small. I did it. I did it. I burned out riding though, too many miles too many close calls with texting Starbucks sipping soccer moms and BMW's SUV's too much alone time too. So I walk a bunch now and Roma ask to forget all the shit talk from years ago. Your channel makes me feel like there are folks out there blood brothers. If you will that are bound by deep hurt and a slow burning flame at softly says I might be damaged beyond repair. But I am not entirely fucking broken for that. I thank you NAMA. Stay Scott, cut shawl Yemen. That's right, Scott, you are not entirely fucking broken, my brother, and that is the deal that is the why that is the way because on some level were all at least a little bit fucking broken and wreck. Recognizing it acknowledging that is the first step in moving past it in growing evolving. And it's the reason I feel so strongly about sharing these stories the stories of others who have confronted their own broken as their wounds and their trauma and found a way forward because change is possible. And it's really these stories that like the path and as I was watching the Oscars last night. I keep reflecting back on my favorite part, which was Rami. Alex acceptance speech, he won best actor for his portrayal, Freddie, Mercury in Bohemia rhapsody. And he basically said that they made a film about a man who was just so unapologetically himself, and the fact that that film and Romney's performance, so celebrated is proof that we're all longing for authenticity. And I think that's right. I think that's true. And my own small way. It's really what I'm trying to do here to tell stories that. Allow us to seek and find belief in our own wounds, our own innate potential within ourselves change is our mandate. And it's also infectious and it's contagious. So anyway, thank you Scott for reaching out and sharing your story with us today. Finally brought to you today by brand new sponsor native take care of your body..
"early two thousands" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"I think I think you're going to have to look at the global south for what the next generation of a protect cultures. One of the most exciting stories in the office was how Africa had affectively leftover broadband and gone to mobile commerce and mobile banking sac in the early two thousands. And what I really admired and liked about the this was a cultural. It was like we have these needs. We need a solution that works for us. And not a solution. That is laid down in a culture that doesn't understand the constraints. We have and I feel we're going to see that again, either through people who are climate change refugees and understand very intimately. How fragile our communications networks in our civilizations can be or three people who have been facing shrinking resources and can ask themselves how they can deploy technology to manage those resources or not even need as much of them as they used to hear very optimistic. I am I am people are really creative though, we've been around for how many thousands of years at this point and the one last thing is that the global population is about to peak. So that's pro I think probably a good thing we get to take the pressure off that a little bit and some buddy somewhere. We'll take advantage of all this change. It just might not be here. And I think we've gotten really cocky about it. And then there's crisper. We're all equilibrium. It's all perfect. Everybody's happy. And then we got genetic. Young country. We're so young especially compared to places like Britain, which can go back set which go back centuries and China which same think though that America's any is the hope of the west anymore. No, no, no. But I think also one of the peculiar things with hobbles. American culture is our inability to think in terms of the long now where the long future because we don't have one. Well, we don't have a conception of along past either for us our pa- for us like OB started when we landed Jamestown, which now there were lots of people here before that we just don't consider it part of our our natural tragedy..
"early two thousands" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Las Vegas the west gate to be exact. John Murray will join us in a little bit with all the ins and outs of Super Bowl fifty three from a betting standpoint. As far as the profs as far as where the money is going to have a lot of fun with that John should be joining us in a little bit. In the meantime, we'll keep it rolling Super Bowl fifty three. Of course, all the developments going on with the New York. Knicks. But said to east Rockaway Mike judge this bike Jonathan how are ya? John has gone my what's happening. I mean, Myrtle Beach where all month. God bless your mic. Must be nice and dry. Bob, blue collar like me. Go to Florida spring training. Forget about it. I believe it. So enjoy Myrtle. What do you got going on, Mike? A little bit of the Knicks and a little bit of Super Bowl. I'm not too thrilled. Having been for decades. I remember back in the days. Sixty nine seventy three degrees James excuse me. The mecca metro anymore Dolan is is just. A pain in the Utah. What his mills? You don't hear anything from him? Never hear anything from them. But it's time to make a sweeping change. You know, it really is. Because fans are disgusting. I used to watch the New York nets at the Coliseum with Dr J and Rick Barry and look at what the next year doing out. Then the Knicks you take a page from the next book overall organization should be run. That's fair. I can't tell you on that the Knicks right now have a plan. The nets. I now a developing players. The Knicks are not there's a big difference. Now. Now, the Knicks will always have the appeal and you'll were of being a number one team town. That's just always the way it's been talking about the buzzer. When the Knicks were good in nineteen ninety s think about the buzz for the nets in the early two thousands thoroughfare, it's not the same. We have on the line the oddsmaker from the west gate sportsbook who's been great. He's been with us throughout the year. He's gonna share some insight on Super Bowl fifty three. John murray. He's going to join us here on the fan. John jastremski. How you doing what's happening? What's going on? You don't want to talk about the Knicks. I wanna die right into the Super Bowl. Well on that note. Let me ask you right now. Okay. What do you guys have footy up to the minute odds on Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving? Do you guys have such a bet that I could place that you're sportsbook? Now, we don't have something like that. We don't have odds-on wear players will go in the off season. But I just I like what the Knicks did personally. I liked it. They're going kind of all in on a future rebuild move. And the one thing I if I could advise the Knicks what I would tell them if they do strike out on Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving, they shouldn't waste the cap room on a BI level player. They should hold the money over for the next off season. I remember in two thousand ten they went after the Brian. They didn't get them. And then they just blew all the money out of Mari Stoudamire. That's not the solution. Be as all about getting superstar players. So I like what the next we're doing. They put themselves in a position to get a superstar. If it doesn't work out, they shouldn't panic. Well, and the bottom line is Johnny better get to not just one they need to get to. It's gotta be Durant, and Irving, it's gotta be Durant. Kemba Walker need to land a big time player on the absolute worst way. All right now, let's get down to business. Let's get down to Super Bowl fifty three. And one of my producers Brian risk owner found out that you were coming on the air. And he had a question. He wanted me to ask you, and I had a similar thought why did this line in some places open up with the Rams being favored by one? Is that due to what you guys were thinking about these four teams going in to championship we going into what we saw throughout the postseason where a lot of people weren't buying a New England Patriots is that why New England opened up as a one point. Yeah. That's pretty much xactly. Why we thought all year long? The Rams were slightly better than New England. And nothing really happened that Sunday that would change my mind about that. I mean, I know that the narrative is the Rams are very lucky to be here because of that non call, and that's definitely true, by the way, the saints should be in a Super Bowl. But it's not like New England coasted through the AFC championship game. Either. I think New England with a lost that game. If Kansas City, it's simply won the coin toss at the start of overtime. Both of those two conference championship games could have gone either way. And nothing happened on that championship Sunday to change my opinion of any of these teams. I think the Rams are slightly better than the patriots. And that's why we open up the Rams minus one. Now will you surprised with the way the line moved knowing it's Brady knowing it spellcheck, heavy public money? Heavy short money came in initially John on New England. Now, I'm Sierra. And I'm seeing some big boy bets coming down the Rams. So you had what right out of the shooting. A ton of patriots money coming in. I'm sure immediately guys we're taking plus one minus one we were at minus two and a half before I left work that Sunday night. And it's been just a steady stream of New England money pretty much the whole time since we opened the line except in the last twenty four to forty eight hours. We seem some sharp players come in that the Rams with us at the super book. And I've heard whispers some sharper guys, making some pretty large bets and other books here in Las Vegas on the Rams civilly on the Rams money one. So there's some sharp money showing up on L as we get closer to Sunday. John gut feel this line creep up to three when it's all said and done or do you think you guys are comfortable, right? Where it is at two and a half. I think it's gonna go the other way. I think it's. The Rams interest. I do I think it's going to be more like New England minus one New England, minus one and a half. I saw a very prominent offshore book went to two tonight shortly before I left work. And I think just the way I see some sharper betters coming in looking to bed. LA I think this number going to drift back closer towards pick them. Then New England minus three John Murray, the oddsmaker the bookmaker from the west gate sportsbook at Las Vegas. He joins us right here on the fan. So John gives you some real good insight. There you like the wind on maybe wait a little bit. You liked the Rams you better get them. Now. Now, let's get to John the total. How are you guys? Seeing the money come in on the over under number. I've seen the number fall a little bit. What are you thinking about where that total could end up when it's all said and done. Today, we were at fifty six and a half and that was down from opening numbers. There were a few points higher than that most of the money. We took early on was on the under. But you know, it's Friday night here in Las Vegas. The public is starting to arrive for the weekend. I know the public is gonna come in. And they're going to bet over everything game over first-half over any kind of over every player over yards over. So I think you're going to see the total creep back up a little bit between now and kickoff think it'll close more like in the fifty seven and a half range by Sunday afternoon. Now, John the prophets, and you could get into trouble with this because I just did a show on earlier today. And there are thousands upon thousands upon thousands of prop bets that you look at you like, wow. I like that. I don't know about this. I don't know about that. What would be your advice to anybody who's listening to this show right now for how they should go about handling all these profits? They have at their fingertips. I think you need to be selective unless you just have a massive bankroll you can afford a bet. I mean, we see guys that are betting fifty one hundred props. So it's not like no one's doing that. But I think for the most part you wanna be selective you wanna consider where the value is considered what the public is betting on like everybody's betting on rob gronkowski to score a touchdown. So that number is all the way down. No, minus one seventy. I would argue that no minus one seventy is a good bet on gronkowski considering the season. He's had and the reason that no prices so cheap is only because the public is all over the. Yes, the same thing with Julian element, you can Jillian that'll no minus one thirty right now. 'cause every bet writing is on the yes. I think things like that are usually good. That's but. You know, I said the same thing before last year's Super Bowl, and what were their eight or nine touchdowns, and that's pretty much. Everybody's scored. Everybody's gonna touchdown jealous. Eddie, no bets in the previous year Super Bowl you lost for the most part, but that's very unusual. And usually speaking generally speaking, I should say it's a good idea about no on a non running back to score touchdowns. Not easy to score. Touchdown. I'm gonna give you props that I played in my two favorite props. That are on the board curious to get your take. It won't be a roughing the passer in this game. I saw it opened up at around one fifty five. It's now down around one thirty one twenty five your thoughts on that one. John. I liked that one especially with Brady out there. John. John. Side. The. Thirties players in the we consume may not throw form and the Brady at some point in this game all about that. Well, they they call that roughing the passer on the chiefs in the fourth quarter the AFC championship game. If that's roughing the passer, then there should be twenty roughing the passer calls on Sunday. So I I like the angle of Brady soon to be a dirty players. I saw that one too. And I can't disagree with you. Okay. Here's the other one. I really like. And I know there are so many fun ones. The coin toss the anthem. I mean, those of a coin, no pun intended. I have the over. And I think this is a little bit more of a long shot that we will see somebody other than Jared Goff or Tom Brady throw a pass in this game. And I got that at posts money. I forget what it was off the top of my head. But your thoughts on that. That's always a very popular prop the the over two and a half players with a passing attempt, and we actually had a discussion two weeks ago about what we would make that number if New Orleans at one the NFC championship game because tastes and hill would have been so likely to attempt to pass I think your best back in this game would be either a gadget. Played Julian Edelman or a fake punt by Johnny Hecker throwing a pass for the Rams. I can tell you that. I hope that one does not win. 'cause that over is always a very popular play. And whenever a third player throws a pass. It's not good for the books. Innovator. Charles Murray, west gate sportsbook out in Las Vegas, getting ready for Super Bowl fifty three. So you mentioned a couple of the popular products that are out there. Do you have a particular favorite? Do you have one or two that maybe you have your eye on here? John I bet on the gronkowski. No. I bet that for myself. I bet under six different kickoff returns in the game hoping. I'm actually I'm hoping that it's a low scoring game. Frankly with not a lot of about a thousand still goals would lead to kick off. But I expect to kick a lotta touchback. So I I like that play. I'll tell you what I don't want to see happen..
"early two thousands" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Amazing really was. I really like I I love first of all I love that. He's having these experiences. I wish that we were able to have them as well. And I love it. We get to have them through him. Yes. I also love hearing him be so excited about being around children. Oh, yes. And his heart was two sizes too small. I know it's grown. Now. It is growing you can listen to their voices. How can you have that? I'm sure that it grew his heart. You know? And like I said he sent me, and I'm sure like like Holly said earlier, you can check out his Instagram and see some of the sites that he's seeing with his own eyes. Because this is an audio medium. Of course, you can't see what Bradley is seeing through the through the airwaves, but you can see it on his Instagram. And I think sharing also over Twitter, but he sent me, and I don't know if this picture is on his Instagram. I didn't cross reference, but he sent me the most beautiful picture of this young boy who met him at the at the. I'm trying to remember is that the name of the settlement that they're at. Jaba Heke refugee settlement that they're visiting in Rwanda. He sent me the most beautiful picture of one of the kids that he met while he was there was just the most beautiful big smile on his face. It made my day, especially to know that Bradley trainer who ain't got no time for children in his life was being touched. And like, you know lifted up by children today. It just made me. So happy pictures not on his social media, but the whole library is so his journey. The library. So you can sell yourself can visit. It's at Bradley's Instagram, and you can follow him on at Bradley. Jay trainer. Awesome. Well, okay. So making a turn now, I wanna talk about this headline that I saw this morning that immediately just like made me sad. And these headlines come out every so often about members of the cast of teen. Mom. Yeah. From MTV. So first of all teen. Mom started in the ninety s this is the early two thousands. Yeah. It was probably above. I feel like ten years ago. Hey, you're right. Was two thousand nine sorry. Okay. That terrible. I just. Yeah. Okay. I just went through like an ageing process in my mind that was awful. No. But but yeah. Late two thousand or you know in the two thousands. We had a we had a teen. Mom, sixty fraternity with sixteen and pregnant, then it turned into teen. Mom, and I started watching that show when it first came on because I thought why what is this show all about on MTV? And I was very critical about it at first because I thought this does not feel like a good idea of sixteen and pregnant or teen mom sixteen and pregnant for sure at first because I thought these are young people who are experiencing pregnancy and birth at a time in their lives. And now they have cameras, and what is that message being sent now to people who are watching the show that if you get pregnant you can become a. Star. It's glamorizing glamorizing. Yep. Then I felt like doubled down when it became teen. Mom, because now not only are you in this one off because you'll remember sixteen and pregnant was a one off. It was like each show encapsulated the journey of one person or one family one experience for half hour program or an hour long program. Then when they did teen mom, they took four different people and they made an entire season out of it. And then that season had another season and then another season, and then they went away for a little while and came back with their OG. And then there was a whole new. Right here. He's out of it. And these people became famous celebrity, which is how we got faira Abraham. So my the point is this. I I was worried about what would happen to the people who were the subjects of this. Because the the the line that we were always fed from MTV was this is to show people how difficult teen pregnancy is and this is education. Then they said, look, it has it has reduced the rate of teen pregnancy, and there was data to support that you can actually see teen pregnancy has dropped since this show aired now I would say little bold on MTV part to say that they're broadcasting sixteen and pregnant has directly resulted in the lowering of the birth team birth rate in our country. And that's what I think is so risky because when you see it presented by MTV people will digest that as well. Look what I'm TV has done. But the truth is there's. Probably a multiple factors that have led to the reduction in teen pregnancy rate, including but not limited to education access to birth control, etc. Etc. Etc. I'm looking at the, you know, the the news of the day, and I see teen. Mom, OG alum Ryan Edwards, arrested for heroin possession and theft, and my heart breaks immediately because this has been a troubled person from the the moment he was put on television in sixteen and pregnant the relationship he had with Macy the mother of their son. Bentley has been really difficult from the time it began being chronicled on this show was troubled before the cameras even entered the picture. Yes. And it only became more trouble. The more the cameras were on him. And I it broke my heart because I I cannot I cannot imagine that it did not place undue pressure on him. That did not help the situation. Sure. Yeah. Totally get and we're still talking about these people ten years later. But this is how before we go to break. This is how these people make their lives. Thing. And they don't know anything else afraid were teenagers sixteen and pregnant when MTV entered their lives, and then they keep on getting job after job after job from MTV their celebrity is now their job you look at Macy who is the mother of the child of the person who got arrested. She has four point one million followers on Instagram. That being teen. Mom is her. It's her brand. Yeah. Exactly. I don't know if that's a place where we wanna be. Well, yeah. And then I will say just two more words frio faira Abraham done and done when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. We gotta talk about rose McGowan and the lawyer the attorney of hers who has just been hired to defend Harvey Weinstein. There's some weird things going on here. And we need to dissect it we're going to do that after this on mytalk one zero seven one. Second chance friendship right.
"early two thousands" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I in the movable. I mean, the patriots are bend. But don't break defense that plays. Great situational defense but area third down you'll make their place. I have a feeling that from a talent standpoint. The chiefs will make enough place to win this game and get to the Super Bowl your feelings about the pressure that that that's on Andy Reid. Yes. Yeah. I mean, I it's legit. And you've alluded to this on your show. He's he's under pressure. And he he won't say that. But of course, he has one of his disciples. Peterson went back to his place that he kind of brought out of the you know, kinda rebuild back in the early two thousands and he won the Super Bowl. So, you know, just from a competitive professional standpoint, and he has to want to win one. And he knows he has one of the best teams. He is had outside of the teams that he's had had in Philadelphia that he should have won the Super Bowl with at some point in time. His defense is in a strongest maybe he would like it. But I think his offset offense can offset some of those weaknesses, and I think they're strong enough in order to get to the Super Bowl then ultimately win it. So there's no question from the outside looking in expectation, very high for him as far as this cheese team is concerned getting them to Super Bowl whether he misled or not really relevant because you know, in order for him to really be mentioned with the great, then he is great coach don't know about this. But really had to be legitimate conversation. We all know he's got to win one talking about Louis Riddick right here with even eight years, Pierre radio ESPN news. Let's say on the subject of the AFC teams from this. Perspective Robert Kraft owner for the New England Patriots went on a racket was doing an interview and call Tom Brady the greatest football player ever ever the greatest quarterback the greatest football player ever. Louis ready to that? You say what? See why he says, obviously, he's a little he's a little biased or a lot biased. But he's had an up close and personal front row seat. To to witness one of the great stories ever international football league. As far as a guy who was drafted with not a whole lot of expectations attached to what his career would look like who's going on to be one of the most accomplished individual and team players ever delays them up in the NFL. There's no doubt about that. And you know, you forgotten played in an offense and for a team that emphasize team over individual and had a rotating cast of characters characters in the salary cap area. And was never, you know, really focused on driving his stats because his coaching this coaches philosophy wouldn't allow him to he got every single thing out of what he was allowed to do. And what the players around him allowed them to do throughout his entire career in the greatest compliment. You can give is the fact that he elevated everyone around him to a level that maybe they couldn't have been elevated to if it wasn't for his ability in particular. Which I think is the greatest compliment you can give a guy in a team setting. And he's still doing it. He's still showing no signs of you know, experiencing the kind of fatigue, mentally, physically that usually makes people tap out at this point. So yeah, look, I saw LT up close and personal. I'm sure you did too Lawrence Taylor. Was about twenty five years ahead of his time. He was ridiculous Jim Brown and never saw playing person. So video legit Jerry Rice played against him. He was a machine these are legends. I play the Jerry Rice never got tired ever. Never said a word that was my that was my selection. I when I say the greatest football players ever, the name, I come up with his Jerry Rice. But you know, what? And I I'll go here to all right?.