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Faith leaders call for change in Minnesota
"Historical inequities of your racial tensions in Minneapolis for decades one pastor in the Hawthorne neighborhood hopes the recent protest over the death of George Floyd will spark drastic systemic change pastor Edwin Williams sanctuary church has been on a mission three do you want to do it for twelve years do you think racism is deeply rooted in Minnesota of course of course this is deeply rooted in America when you run into somebody in the community and they're angry this because every single thing that has been set in the place that we're told is supposed to help us is working against us here thirty five percent of the community lives below the federal poverty level CBS news correspondent Jamie you kiss the neighborhood has seen all this before in twenty fifteen protesters demanded justice for the death of twenty four year old Jamar Clark who was shot and killed by police this can be another mandate put on this thing like this is a real opportunity to act please change the system and if the system can't be changed they will need to tear the system down I get it
Ely Parker | Part 2 | The Civil War
"Hello and welcome to Iroquois history and legends. I'm Caleb. I am Andrew we are continuing with our series on the lustrous Mr L. E. S. Parker last episode we talked about his early life is education his diplomacy with the United States and his job as a civil engineer, and where he finds himself, now is in between jobs, and at the brink of the civil war in the United States breaking out, and I'm GonNa sum this up. Up What had happened was we saw all these native American peoples being removed from their land and forced to move west across the Mississippi and into the Oklahoma territory with all these native peoples depopulated from the eastern United States that left all kinds of area that opened up for agriculture and farming, and this led to more tension between the northern and southern states, because you had people joining to rush into the southern and western states. And, they wanted to make sure that slavery was instituted these places because then they could keep their balance of power higher in the US Congress were they could get more senators or members of the House of Representatives to make policies that would guarantee the rights of the southern territories and states, so that's where we find ourselves in and states are rushing around to be declared slave or free, and then a Abraham Lincoln gets elected president, and all heck breaks loose now you may think hey, Parker. He became a captain in the New York. State militia right so he's probably getting ready for war to. But no, he wasn't called upon for his services in engineering in the military or anything so after he finished his contracts in. Illinois he moved back to the tunnel, Wanda reservation and began farming. He quickly became very bored Andrew farming was not the life for a man like him. Many of the Seneca were gearing up for war, looking to join the United States Army Parker went and spoke to his father. Who as you recall from last episode was a veteran from the war of eighteen twelve, and he received his blessing to take up the war, Pat, but Parker. He wasn't. GonNa go as grunt. He wanted to go as a commission soldier. You'd already been. been a captain in the New York militia, so he asked the governor of New York for a commission like a real commission is apparently the militia commissions didn't really count the governor of New York declined so then what did he do when things fail in New York do what everybody else does. Go to a different state. I'm just kidding, but he did. bypass New York state and try to go directly to the federal government. You know. He had some friends in high places in Washington at this point, so he said Hey. Captain in the New York State militia civil engineer. How about a commission? declined. He got a letter from the Secretary of war Edwin Stanton. Quote. Parker this is a quarrel between white men, in which you Indians are not concerned, unquote. Another federal official that he wrote to told him quote. Unquote and I'm sure. They said it just as condescendingly. Some people may have made departure that his lack of US citizenship. Maybe what's holding him back from getting this commission? Because this is the same time that we see, he actually applied for citizenship. Oh, how'd that work out for him? Mile had a lot like everything else to the government. He was turned it down again. So from eighteen, sixty, one to eighteen, sixty two, he worked on his farm, and he also worked for the Indians on the reservation. He penned one letter to an old militia General John Martindale where he jokes about being a bad farmer and eating a wife, he asked the general quote. If, he knew any strong, healthy, double breasted woman that would want to be a farmer's wife. Can you say that again? That strong. HOW DOUBLE BREASTED WOMAN! So I thought you said? Did you think double breasted? Okay then we're just. This is a family home to show after all so. We'll just leave it at that. I don't know it seems like pretty good things to look for in a woman. Was His. With a lot of single I'm. You were saying. Parker has been farming for about two years now any starting to think that he's never gonNA. Get his chance. But he did still have a few friends looking out for me and you. And they were a couple of friends that were becoming pretty influential in the war, and Parker didn't even think the contact them. One of them was the jeweler in Gallina, and the other was the grocer. They are now being known as General John. Smith and General Ulysses S grant. They actually said to themselves. You know who we could use right now is parker. Parker was joined to the General Staff with the rank of captain in May twenty, fifth, eighteen, sixty three, but you'll never guess Andrew. He found another complication and this one is coming from a different. Place than you would think. If you remember Parker was made a what. Saito in say tim was a life appointment. Holding has shown checks and balances aspect of the government. Say Chimps were the political leaders. And they could not go to war right? You would have a war chief appointed, and you would have your say. And you'll have your clan. Mothers Each end so now he wants to go to war, but he's a saint shown so Ariza. Wait a minute. Can you legally legally from the? WHO NEEDS schone standpoint? Can you legally go to war? So a meeting was held, and they decided that sense he would be a captain fighting in the war of the whites. You would not be violating the checks and balances protocol.
What Is Dark Energy? Physicists Aren't Even Sure
"So okay Serafina to really understand dark energy we have to go back to Einstein right yes. So Einstein came up with this theory of general relativity which is basically his version of gravity and the early nineteen hundreds and the only way to make his equations work and satisfy what he thought was a static universe. He introduced this fudge in his words called the cosmological constant so Einstein actually thought that the universe was static. Not Not that it was expanding. That's right and over the next ten years people sort of manipulated these equations and tried to find solutions and started hinting at. Perhaps the universe wasn't static. Well it's nice to see that Einstein could get things wrong that's cool so the funny thing is this Cosmological constant he called it his biggest blunder. Honestly it's just nice to hear. Einstein say I messed up you can all fact the fun fact is that he ended up actually being right bring it so it turns out that that cosmological constant is exactly what we think. Dark energy is necessary to actually describe our universe I feel like that's classic Einstein him being wrong being more right than I've ever been in my entire life exactly yes okay so after Einstein. Introduces this idea that that the universe is static. We figure out actually that the universe is expanding right. Yeah so in. Nineteen twenty nine. Hubble Edwin Hubble showed that the universe is not static. It's actually expanding on. What HE DID. Is He measured basically galaxies? How Far Away. They are and he found that galaxies are actually moving away from us so that means that the universe is not static. It's infact expanding at this point. We think that the universe is expanding that that expansion is slowing down. Is that correct exactly? So we think that the expansion comes from the Big Bang and it comes from inflation which was right after the Big Bang. Which is this rapid expansion of space? But because there's gravity in the universe and there's mass in universe we would think that gravity starts to take over and the expansion decelerating because gravity starts to pull things back in and then in in the late
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Hubble Space Telescope still going strong after 30 years
"Tomorrow marks thirty years since the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope Hubble blasted off on April twenty fourth nineteen ninety it's provided stunning images and also help determine the age of the universe and revolutionized humanity's understanding of it in the early years Hubbell experience problems including an imperfection in the primary mirror that made images slightly blurry the Hubble Space Telescope was named after astronomer Edwin Hubble the university of Chicago graduate back in nineteen twenty nine he proved that the theory of the universe is
"edwin d" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"But it's short term. Yup You know and and it's important to get that him Turnley. That's why it's so important. I think to have a spiritual base inside of yourself. You know so. Then you can tap into that just like you meditate. I meditate and the first thing I do is give gratitude absolute. That's the very first thing I do. I get up go the bathroom come back and I give my gratitude you know and and and then pray for others but again it's others giving to others because he takes it really reduce a lot of the on you. It reduces the burden in a way. Your if you focus on just you all the time it just become a lotta walk. He's just need causing diseases. Is Stress People Destroy? Its its tunnel vision and it's important to be able to share with others. That's why I do my show that you do wonderful. Joe Thank you thank you. Yeah so is there any more wisdom net share other than what you've already shared will think you know I took people said? How can you get this practice going? I talked about just baby steps one of the team that I always recommend a make a promise to yourself that you're GonNa be happy for twenty four hours. Anybody can do that. Twenty four hours is not that long so when you wake up in the money instead and just say hey you know what today. I'm going to be happy for twenty four hours. Not Not one week not one month North One year just twenty four hours because to four was small voice. People can reach that goal and I said if something happened halfway through you make it. Don't worry about it. Set It from that point twenty four hours and so that you want to really happen with that when he said to go there. You're going to be happy for twenty four hours. You start to anticipate good stuff. You've got to anticipate the best in people. You start a sped the best in you and all of a sudden it's like you send a message to the universe that here. I don't want any craft today. I just wanted to be happy and sometimes university in cooperation with you are now and and with practice it just gets easier. May I interject? Lee's I'm just thinking of some of the people that I have known that have been like perpetually depressed. I'm thinking make a commitment for one hour to be happy and then spread it to six hours and I mean these are more extreme cases because twenty. Four hours may seem a law to them. You know if the doctors don't even go an hour if you really really clinically depressed up. Somebody you're working with. I was talking with a gentleman and he was one of those people that actually jumped out of the bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge you did Yeah Wroclaw. Spine all kinds of stuff. And now. He's really thankful and his hoppy guy and I was asking him. I said how did you go from that. Because he said there was something in his head I was telling him he didn't have to leave at any issue just ended and after some time it listen to it and it was on his way going to realize whatever and so it was praying to leave any. Did IF INADEQUATE JIM job. Yeah but he's live survive on this way when he changed his mind and it jumped down also. Oh no no is one of the few people that have so that powerful. Yeah if he decided on the way and it was going ahead I also oh my God. So each changed his mind. And that's the power in decision. K. A. AND. So but that time where he was in. That situation are absolutely twenty was not even be conceivable does when you ask for have you asked for have in in do baby step with ice. Fifteen minutes With ice one hour and do it in spall until and when detainees share with me which I never receive will conceive. What's possible I got it? When shedded is that? He was always scared to be happy. He was scared to be. Yes and and the sprawl of happiness but he always pay for it later because gets even more depress. I wall so does that. Give me a sense of different approach. So yes you're absolutely right. Don't go twenty four hours. Do Noah. Yeah I mean I just because I I've known people that are clinically depressed. And they take drugs foreign Anyway I you know like my question is I wonder if the the man who jumped off the bridge if he if he got God if he was talking to God in when he didn't share that because sometimes I know that's very personal people don't want to but I'm real curious I get another opportunity probably ask I mean you know. We all need help. And boy he sure did need it on the way down because most people don't survive a gift that he survived because he can also share historical. And that's what he's doing and is a very good job at it. Wow is he in the city right now in North Carolina. Oh okay okay yeah anyway. So is there any other wonderful things? Yeah I just say that as human being we need to really shit. Ourself befriends people. Either one of the ways to be happy I about you have to make time for the three fs so they are your fate your family and your friends and when you get to be too busy for those three teens thinks. Something is out of alignment and I I was talking to a guy and he said well you know I just want to do a really good job for my people. I just WanNa really have them. I just wonder and he's just going on their own. So that's why does he have time for anything else? So I said what do you think will happen to your people? If all of a sudden you just got heart attack. And he goes well. I never really think about that. I said well. Do you want to tinker just because of your people you know because the ritual green you. Something's going to happen so make time. That's very very crucial. If you make time for your friends it doesn't matter able some people's Oud introverted. Yvonne if you Internet you can still make time for the basic things and then the last thing that I want to release the folks with is have goals and it's not goals because he won a code word or did this because what I find out is where you have goals when you have dreams it gives you hope. I've never seen anybody have goes depressed and never is just as I've never seen anybody that's happy that decide. You know what I just wake up this morning. I'm so happy I wanted to take my life. You know it it. It does twenty exclusive. Or you see somebody. I'm so happy today. I'm looking for somebody else to take their life. Those kinds of things are mutually exclusive so have goals and and and and because that brings hope that gave you something to walk towards and in the process a lot of teams. That may be big deal. I no longer deal so. That's one of the ways. Thank you thank you thank you. Edwin. Time's almost up. So if there's anything else that you want to say please say it now. 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"edwin d" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"I just laugh I laugh. I love when tears coming out of my eyes and then I'm ready to go. Certainly how do you start laughing? I think of something that I did Somebody laugh at before in all maybe some time where I screwed up really bad and I couldn't contain myself. I was really laughing. All find somebody who was laughing at something it again. It goes back to practice because if you practice in love Dan it become easier. I can tell you the first time I tried just laughing. Because I'm like what kind of narcissist this this is going to cover what you try to do it. Just deal with what you're doing antiquated. Yeah and so with practice you start to realize your brain doesn't know the different whether you're making up the left our serious reason or somebody's cracking jokes. Are you making the printers? Intel on the secret of him and the momentum does you're gonNA feel better and then of course it releases endorphins. Yeah it does and it keeps US calm. My stress is gone and so again with practice. And that's something. Maybe I learned this from working with kids. You know like I go to middle school and high school. They understand practice. 'cause some of the keys used to carry basketball with them. Every time to the class of football whatever favorite sport was the understanding. Not for them to be good in that spot they gotta practice they understand so all I'm doing is taking that understanding and putting it on happiness and they get ya. Yeah so it's it's not. I mean it's natural to laugh but to to laugh spontaneously. You have to trigger it you have to. You have to one of the things. Some people say well I like to go to comedy show and then our love. Mit news now. You are give permission to other people so if the guys know for knee what you do you don't laugh then if he's nearly twice then you laugh with it two times and and again you have to remove the responsibility for your own happiness from somebody as his hand. That is a key thing. Can you say that again? Yeah you have to take the responsibility for your own happiness from somebody else's hand you have to hold that that's your responsibility. And I I also say you know giving you know don't let other people's opinions influence you on how you feel those same thing. I've seen principle absolutely and again I have to this though because since two thousand nine now I would say a really focused a hundred percent on this subject of happiness and there are certain teams now. We might take for granted about happiness that always easy. Everybody should do it but the truth is not so if anybody audience are listening to this. Oh Yeah. That's good for him. He can do that and they may be right but they just need to understand that it took some time to get here and if they applied the basics if they applied the basics day to can reach the level and there is no way they cannot. Can you share some of the base again? Just because I think that people need to really understand the the foundation of being able to be spontaneously happy and laughing so the first is gratitude and again. I'm not talking about the big because the big teams doesn't happen often enough so if you depend on their you're gonna be happy time twee. I wish more people are so so so so you got to get down to the little things and I think in our society. Here were too focused on on success big success and it takes baby steps anyway to be successful in no matter what you who you are what you're doing. Take one step at a time and you know how fast or how large that's up to the person but you've got to do one step it just it never fails and so when people ask me. I Say I do one day at a time just one day. I I have a saying I said. Do not allowed the past or the future to rob you of the present because when I see people are so focused on the past. They don't even know Wendy President. Pass it's like you just vanished. Or they're so worried about the future they don't even know when the President Pass and there was a guy. One day was so worried about this retirement. I said that the radio right now. You don't have to worry about retirement because you will make it crack up but it's true it was going to attack or a stroke or just die and then we'll help with retirement. So why don't you just go today? Just be best. You can today laugh enough today. And they'll let tomorrow take office. We need to be reminded that a lot. Yes you know especially with what's going on today in our society You Know I. I don't really WANNA talk about politics. But it's you know it's affecting people. I see every day I see how people are fearful. Yes you know and so when I can make a joke or make somebody laugh like you know I come in contact with people every day sometimes thirty to fifty people and when I can make laugh then I then I feel good. It's mission accomplished. Yeah that's and this is what everybody has to be A lady sent me an email a Nimitz Gwenda. I WANNA give credit for eighteen. Oh for she says her name Gwendolyn Gwenda. Yeah so she sent me an email and it was not equipped depression and Adam reading it. And I'm thinking. Wow how come so happy and people are so depressed and it talks about three hundred. Twenty two million people around the world depressed about sixteen million in the. Us is depressed and they're thinking about twenty five percent of women between twenty five and forty. Five I mean statistics is just dismiss and so as a process that I say what can I do? And this is another rule about happiness and especially in those cases where tinsel really happen that a real not the things that we make make bigger deal and I'm talking about the loss of a loved one. You know the teams that really matters in the case of that you have to face the fall. Philo the emotion that is involved. That's part of life you know. And then you have to shift your energy into something that could be able to help you sustain yourself or otherwise you're gonNA get caught in that situation and so. I'm reading this article and are finding my stages get dragged into it and I'm like wow this is not right. How many people be depressed so I have this? Who Practice have done? I think I shared on my Ted as where I have three minutes rule. Where when something bad happen? I set my love for three minutes and I cry. Do give myself time you show to do whatever I need to do. And cry do whatever and then when the alarm goes off. I gotTA figure out a way to shift my energy now if you are listening to this in the audience. It doesn't have to be three minutes for you. It could be three hours. It could be three days. It could be three weeks. Just don't let it be too long okay ahead but whatever you do with practice you get better and so. I've got in my two three minutes and people who don't understand. Oh that's me. That's no notre but he's just like how Kobe Bryant shoot basketball refined. You've worked at it for an everyday there every day and so this was happening this weekend and my alarm came up. I shift my energy and I'm like okay. What can I do about this situation so an I posed. That's where my grandma taught me longtime ago. She passed away at the age of one or two so so she said in two hundred and two. Yeah she say ask the right question. The patient and the answer would come so I always try to phrase my situation in the question phone so I did and by Sunday the US has and I wonder start as part of the happy notable project. I wanted to do a program. I call reach out because the people prevent for for depression the momentous start getting into a depression this eliminating themselves from people and just start coming in a coming in today just in there. What by themselves so I said okay. How can we prevent that? Well I'M GONNA program in our up where people can subscribe anonymously in those who need people to reach out to them. And then they're going to be folks who can also subscribe. Who want to make time to reach out to people and so sometimes you can just look at the APP or even the website and just call somebody and say hey. My name is Hassan so with happiness project and I just want to reach out to you. Yeah how are you doing today? What are your plans the evening or the weekend or whatever it is and if there's any sense of stuff they're going to look at s pat people being a background to be able to take over from that. So that's what I recommend if Tizzano going well and you feel that instead of just letting it hold you. Don't shift the energy and find the kind of solution you can as much as you can. Now one thing that I know for myself and I think this applies to everybody but I'm not a psychologist either. However I think it's important for people to feel the pain. Yes absolutely so you can let go of it so you can be free of it and there's so many people that are just carrying around pain and that blocks them from being happy absolutely so it's so important you know your three minutes thing or three hour. Whatever three days we do more than three days? I mean that I can do. I just made that way. I have to be energy. Whatever it takes you know and just know with practice you going to do that and just to add to what you just said sometime. People Misunderstand his whole happiness they think. Oh you can be happy. Twenty four seven you can be and and that is true but also in. Penn is part of life. I think when you you can experience pain when you can express sadness when you can experience of emotions make happiness if when damage exciting..
Mets’ strategy for handling teammates stuck in Astros mess, Rick Porcello will start split-squad League opener
"We'll start with the match his slash Astros because everything these days is slash Astros they have two players on the roster who were members of the Astros in two thousand seventeen Katie Davis and Jake Marie's neck that have any of the mad to have no associated with the Astros had any issues problems conversations that went past what would be just regular spring training conversations with any of the former master players why are you are you honestly don't think so none to my knowledge and by over in the thing you know both guys or rather easy to get along with that Judy Davis injector respect primers Nick is new everyone knows G. D. but they apologize for their trains so you know their transgressions and I I think at least I was told anyway the Davis took some convincing as a matter of fact because I'm not quite sure why but you know he's younger and then maybe a little more stubborn I'm not sure but Bresnik it was deal with it out pretty well I I I thought he owned it pretty well when he it is a little active contrition shall we say no you just that I I I should know better you know by any chance I could stop that I didn't and by should know better old enough or he was there for a couple years came up in twenty thirteen majority traded so he you know was where our baseball Davis was the guy who got them on August the so I guess you can give them a little bit for you know not stepping internal blowing a whistle but yeah both guys I I thought handled it okay and if they haven't had any problems with the teammates really that's good to hear I if more is next association with the Astros is in the past what is his role on this team this year can it be is much is starting a hundred and thirty five hundred forty games and becoming if not the everyday center fielder more often than not is he going to be a guy who bounces around a couple of things how much is it state here in spring training for a guy like Jake Marie thank you know I mean I I think he made quite easy and so more like a hundred and twenty or a hundred and thirty games but that would be a lot as a defense a replacement I think a you know again if he hits mac you know and certainly better than he has your one thing to work against Peru's nectar made him stand out of twenty seventeen was I was this is best offense of season and especially at hold in Houston at minute maid park so the lord I DO you really hasn't been on an offense of contributor y'all note on the land and you know that evil ones and then outstanding season so he's he's got a great love and I I think you're you're you're probably looking at you know he won like ours hi but I think Boris Nick is yeah maybe on that level work be currently in center field running out the opposition but I'm not sure how many games he's gonna start you will get some playing time now these are the question was Ross been pretty open about you're trying to move people around eight beers Purcell's possible and he really at the for the one of the res hasn't even subdivisions book I think you know were a few people are going to be quiet before as they got the call up the calc chop out his time as it goes along fair enough and if we start with the agreement that check Marie think is the best defense in center fielder on his team how would you describe and yeah we I see him playing campaign we've seen him play elsewhere with as you mention traded for Florida into Houston we've got a good grasp on his defense we should have a good grasp on Nemo's defense how would you describe the drop off from Marie's Nectanebo defensively in center field Greg this thing you know I I I haven't seen in a more realistic here I I have seen them there in years past the mad I think he's outstanding rob wall full of boiling though noble is his okay I'd say it's slightly above average and Bruce Nick I think is is an excellent I I guess I would rate him excellent so why you know it's not a severe drop off but I I think there is a drop but only as a question about that all right so here you would be my question and we're we're moving through this in stages of memo is slightly above average your average whatever you are calm and whoever the Mets have been laughed and that could be a couple of different individuals over the course of the season depending on health and coming back and everything I Marie's Nick go into center field NMO golden laughter will Marie's nature's colder left field if he's going to be used as a defense replacement would you suggest and I kind of agree with how does that move the pieces around the chess board your question I think you'll want depends on who is in one appeal but it you know even if you just take the combination of sense but the slash you need Davis I think there will be defensible placement school war and that probably means memo shifting over there are bursting playing center field you know I I again I I I don't know how to search for this experiment here is gonna work out I'm not even sure is going to be on the opening day roster sure he feels he's gonna be there but yeah we'll see as we move along in the spring but either way I think you're probably limited there and again I haven't seen since this play the outfield yeah that's the big question to me down here I think you can hit well you're always here but the problem is you know what's going to be like in the field what's going to be like over the course of an entire baseball season so if you put those two out there I think you're probably going to see their own membership numbers that concern or problem with any company with his son a fan hi dad says finance in the clubhouse you may gin sets medicine the book out of box and present a field says recent club out I'd gotten into a couple debate with friends here the last couple of days who said doesn't bother them one iota it won't affect it to test what is it and talking to the media and I said I beg to differ because there's going to come the night where he doesn't hit and another guy on the team strikes out twice and leaves warmer but runners in scoring for the and everyone is going to flock to that guy and you're gonna have there it's all the tough questions investments are going to sit there with his over three went to try to get out and be defense of regal place that nobody got dog alarm how is that going to play in the clubhouse our guys going to get a annoyed if they get more scrutiny because that's what it says I'm not taking any yeah I think that's always a always a problem on and I think it wears overtime on other guys when we say there's any time there's been an open three with two strikeouts with systems we've never talked to him okay the only time we ever do to our dorm is when he's at an outstanding game it's what he brings to talk to our school but I don't really care if I don't talk to you and it's us for the full year I don't really care well I don't sleep so it didn't surprise me the other day when you said no of the way he did it kind of surprised me honestly after two years away but you didn't shock me because I've seen that before you know he's temperamental let's put it that way and you might say brother Donald no it doesn't matter one of whatever you want to call on that's just the way he is I do think over time that those where on the other guys will walk if they have to answer for him or they have the answer questions one night when they might not necessarily do it but they have to because he will talk so yeah like I do think it becomes a problem over time you know water and individual basis probably not because he hasn't done that Eric what that's we only talk to many of these star outing yeah okay met sedans today that down split squad Saturday when they open up actual spring training games they report Psellos going to give the home game and there is a significant step dad because dad games going to be on TV back here in the New York market anything to read into that day he just show up at camp earlier or is he actually in a bold plan been more impressive and that's why he's getting a first start what we make up for sale getting the spring opening home start no no it's hard to really you because it took us a couple of days to actually get out of Louise ROZ who's going to start this weekend at the it's one thing that a little bit peculiar but we've you know kind of giving him some role so to speak and then given him love some leeway because he's no you're usually yeah we ask you know say Monday or Tuesday you know who's gonna start this weekend or what's what's the line up for the weekend and you know we got to get an answer as to who it is we're we're told today was going to be you know of course all of the whole store I don't make a heck of a lot of the you know he's he's been hearing the phone a couple of old friends already has phase no live BP most of the pitchers have at this point but he was one of the first guys to do it so I think he's just off at that point in time and I I have no idea what they were because I'm not into figuring it had exactly where he's going to face you know those spot in the rotation come opening day I think it's way too early for that so you know I I think it's just one of those things that he's ready to go they're gonna give me the ball and see what it can do last one and I know will day you can get that worked out and you get to see some of you all could see others so I'm not going to ask you to handicap how he's look throwing so far what's Edwin D. as is added to like so far it's been great I I really do and and he does look good the rolling as well to it it was kind of interesting the other day that he was you know asking jurors were certain pictures of a certain pitches that that he threw war will landing on what they saw yes job Lowry barriers portal that as well too so you know he's he's paying attention to detail down here I think you you're probably looking at a kid who came to camp last year and got himself ready but made the difference this year and getting himself ready before camp and now he's ready to go here and has a lot to prove did a lot in the off season Pedro Martinez helped a lot I think that helps as well I think it's confidence is then restored a little bit Louise Ross worked on that a lot and so has Jeremy Hefner too I think he realizes how important he is to what they want to do and I think everybody else realizes swelled to if you have a B. as of the end the games to save games and not give up fifteen home runs in the ninth inning like you did last year it's going to be active with different season that you can you know pretty much put together what you did last year offense of wood so I I think that there's a big difference to be in the house and then I guess the biggest thing mac would be yeah always confidence judges think he feels he's going to get back to where he was in twenty eighteen as opposed to last year and that's a real good sign I'm not saying he's going to get the D. seven states but I don't think you're going to see a repeat of last year at least I hope not because I want to go through that again the I. N. C. yeah you may ever yeah I'm the planet and would good stops thank you very much she we will talk again
Trump pardons former NFL owner convicted of gambling fraud
"To president trump portent of pardoned former forty niner owner Eddie DeBartolo junior who was convicted in a gambling fraud scandal KCBS is Jim Taylor said the announcement was made at the White House this morning who knew this was going to happen Eddie DeBartolo involved in one of the biggest owners scandals in NFL history nineteen ninety eight pleading guilty to failing to report a felony he paid four hundred thousand dollars to former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards in exchange for a riverboat gambling license it was also among the most beloved by his place so Eddie was like that twelve man that
Trump pardons former 49ers owner DeBartolo
"President trump signed an executive order today granting a full pardon to Edward DeBartolo junior the former owner of the San Francisco forty Niners DeBartolo pleaded guilty in nineteen ninety eight to concealing an alleged extortion plot by the former governor of Louisiana Edwin Edwards involving the licensing of a casino Niners legend Jerry rice played on three of DeBartolo Super Bowl winning teams he spoke to reporters outside the White House no I take
Trump pardons billionaire ex-NFL team owner
"President trump has pardoned Edward DeBartolo junior as NPR's just reported he's the former San Francisco forty Niners owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal the White House announced the pardon this morning to Barlow's built the teens and nineteen eighties and nineties dynasty one of the most successful teams in NFL history under his leadership the Niners won five super bowls but in nineteen ninety eight he pleaded guilty to failing to report a felony when he paid four hundred thousand dollars to former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards in exchange for a riverboat gambling license he avoided prison was find a million dollars and was suspended a year by the
Trump pardons Edward DeBartolo Jr., former San Francisco 49ers owner convicted in gambling fraud scandal
"President trump has pardoned Edward DeBartolo junior the former San Francisco forty Niners owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal Barlow junior built the San Francisco forty Niners into a dynasty in the nineteen eighties and nineteen nineties he was involved in one of the biggest owners scandals in the sport's history in nineteen ninety eight he pleaded guilty to failing to report a felony when he paid four hundred thousand dollars to former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards in exchange for
Trump pardons former NFL owner convicted of gambling fraud
"President trump is pardoned Edward DeBartolo junior the former forty Niners owner convicted in the gambling fraud scandal DeBartolo young still needed was involved in one of the biggest NFL owners scandals in nineteen ninety eight he pleaded guilty to failing to report a felony after paying four hundred thousand dollars to former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards in exchange for a riverboat gaming license he never got the White House announced the surprise decision this morning and Jerry rice was there this man he has done so much in a community has done so much in the NFL football and today is a great day
Identity is Complex with Eugenio Pace CEO and Co-founder of Auth0
"Welcome to the show Eugenia. How're you bring your thank you for having me awesome so so I love to kind of just get right in Tell me a little bit about yourself. I know you move to America from Argentina started a couple of companies. Tell me a little bit about your backstory in how you kind of wound up where you are right now. I'm almost fifty so long time for me to describe everything that happened in my life. Auto notes version short version. So I I was born nineteen many years ago I moved to the. US In two thousand three late two thousand and three with my family was working for Microsoft to at the time Microsoft Argentina. Were there for a couple years and then in wash it took me here and they offer me to stay forward originally was going to be only three years and then three years became four and five and then mortgage and kids and houses schools. I'm I'm I feel more like a native Pacific northwest. You know than anything else but I mean he is his Hossam Awesome. Tell me a little bit about striking the balance of kind of moving to a different country having a family having you know job and making that balance where what was that it like for you in the initial years you know some people ask me this question and maybe reflect because I'm also our or family are all immigrants to my. My own family is originally from Italy and from Spain and so like Somebody made a comment to me. Go to America actually my grandfather came to the US first and then he went to Argentina so my immigration. I was very different from others. You know my family left Europe in a time of trouble. You know very poor very difficult times and my circumstances were very different very different and I feel very fortunate so these white choice was an experienced that I wanted to have the we want to have I was married in. I had two boys to beverly young boys and so we here was a was an opportunity to learn in two different to experience a different culture. We tried to adopt or yourselves to the environment that was around us and so by that. I like to think that we have experienced a much richer. You know overall environment because we haven't closed ourselves to just where we knew we open up ourselves to everything else and he's been great. I WANNA go back in time just a little bit so before you left. Argentina and before joining Microsoft. You had started your own company in Argentina right. So what was that like. Why why did you want to start your own company? Be like a founder. Get into business at all. Okay so to answer that question I I need to go a little bit back in time and so when when I was you know I still have it. I have like these notebook with old drawings and names of companies and I was pleased with like changing the letters of my name and putting other things anyway. I was like brainstorming of names were companies and A. I still have like the sketches of my campus. 'cause I what what did you have like a like a corporate campus talking about putting the horse behind the carpenter fantasy Edwin. I wanted to build a company I always wanted always wanted that. I wanted to create something from nothing I guess and so my very first adventure was you know we with a friend. We invented device. There was a device for measuring servings things and automated mation measurements and that was a fantasizing like these Massey workshop the involved manufacturing right so we thought of all this industrial age but a factory factory but it never go beyond beyond my bedroom earlier but then to your mind stone when just go a went to engineering in school and technical stuff was always you know what I was attracted to and And so when I finished college h a friend of mine and I he had idea but we were really good friends. We decided to. Hey maybe we should make these faint and so we created this solution for a company. There was like the first the first instance off the pro that we built and it was terrible when he was great and it was terrible we worked countless hours. You know he was great the really good partners but both of us were like really naive young and we were like solely will be speaking serious. We have these ideas of what building a company was about all of them wrong. Ideas play the way. The worst of all mistakes was to think that you know we could build the Bronx and then people come and it will just by because it probably was awesome. It was great it was great and he was awesome But he was to hit of. Its time and we'd have no clue of things like pricing or marketing or saves over your support like all the different components that make company and so we just we also unlucky in a way that the first customer that we got was really awesome. They paid us they treated as well they like you know they were. It was not really easy so now way it reinforced all the wrong assumptions. The second customer game and it wasn't easy toward wave and he was like really a pain and they didn't pay us and like all the wrong things will be complete and pieces of the first swamp and so that was really hard and then you know we were exhausted after a year and something you know we decided to was it and then you went and you worked for Microsoft but eventually you wanted to jump back in you wanted found another company your CEO. Now tell me about what you're doing now and why you wanted wanted to take another shot at building your own thing and and building something from nothing I did it because he was stealing me right so moncus was awesome was great the best experience I could have asked for. I was reading lucky and very grateful but he wasn't my company. I wasn't unhappy is not. I was like every day like complaining Muslim. My my style. But it wasn't. I didn't feel fulfilled. And so my wife in their infinite wisdom sadly hey maybe you should change do something else and we. We started brainstorming about what to do and she said something. That's stuck with me. which is like you know you? You never regrets your mistakes. You always always regret what you don't know what will happen. You don't know the outcome is like the is the uncertainty of what breath. I should have a nubby. I shouldn't have. And so. She said like she encouraged me to take one year. Time time boxy she put some help me put some constraints in the adventure and And so that's always thought so. Toya resigned like with Microsoft in December to two thousand twelve zero with another friend.
23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action
"So here we are at the urine stool in Geneva and we are speaking about the twenty thousand International Meeting of Mine Action National Directors and United Nations advisors so basically basically unmastered say the United Nations Mine Action Service in addition to Sarah Jerry. He's a researcher. From King's College in London has been looking at research approach into on the link between climate change and vulnerable populations affected by unexploded ordinance stuck in the ground and elsewhere. Welcome everybody body. I'm going to just dive in quickly. Going to Richard Baltimore's Program Manager for South Sudan with unmasks wretched. Tell me the main thrust of the meeting being here at the United Nations in Geneva what you can to achieve this week well simply putting the importance of mine action back on the map. Reminding people there's a problem exists exists around the world that is being addressed but it needs constant support to keep his going a mine-free world is achievable. We simply need to keep doing what we're doing. Just talk me through what the process. Who says you go into a community in south Sudan? Can you give me a particular example of an area is cleared recently. How you've held community? We're helping hundreds of communities Aziz every single day we're going into villages where mines were laid possibly thirty or forty years ago wet forests have grown up around them. People wonder into those forests in search of natural resources to cut wood together the forest vegetables and plan selves up working to render the ground safe and the the the reality is the poorest of the poor go into minefields knowing they all taking a risk. Studying Cambodia showed eighty five percent of mine victims victims. New they're in a minefield at the time. They had their accident but they also knew they were going to be hungry at night. So they take the wrist to go and get it and not not. de-mining is not an option. People will still take the risk and go into the minefields. We need clear those minds to make the land safe. Just start with a level playing field being out to grow awesome food. It is astonishing it comes down to having to live from day to day and Edwin fake money. If I can come to you know you were in Cambodia. Do you share richards. Experience experience. There is that what you were finding radio program officer unless now but you were working for a long time with U. N. D. P. The UN Development Program. Yes you actually see that people take risks risks. When they're hungry they will try to the forest to find food if they have piece of land contaminated? They will try to farm it so that they can grow the rice. It's basically subsistence isn't farming for everything there. And if they contact us the land and they will take measures to go in and see if they can actually get food. What's your message to the conference? Is this week. There is a need for us to address this theory's hope for example specifically for Kamalia. Two hundred twenty five is a goal for them. It can be achieved there to clear. All of known remaining landmines by twenty twenty-five how many we talking about. It's there still about nine hundred square kilometers of land mines but it was like a lot. I mean look look and you say twenty. twenty-five it is a lot but the government has actually committed themselves. You know Wait I left Komodo last year. They committed themselves that they will give ten percents counterpart funding to any international funds. Subtle coming for Mine Action and you be assumed that in the sense that last year we got ten percent of those about about two hundred thousand dollars last year from the Komo government which is a first big step for them taking responsibility for the problem that they have so there is progress and hopefully by two thousand twenty five and quickly back to Richard. You said that South Sudan continues to be contaminated by mines laid out decades ago but their goal is twenty twenty. He's seven four title Clearance Twenty Twenty Six if the current peace can hold if we can get access to all areas then. It's reasonable with current levels of funding as long as that maintained that we we will complete clearance by Twenty Twenty Six but ordinance will continue to appear for decades. There is still ordinance turning up across Western Europe that was fought over a hundred two years ago. Being ploughed up in the fields of Belgium reality of any conflict affected country but in the short term you need sustained funding to help South Sudan Dan. As many other countries need to decontaminate. You cannot come quickly to use Aruna Jerry from King's College London research only be looking at the link between climate the change and unexploded ordinance or nine months contamination. Can you tell me a bit about what you felt. I've been looking specifically at the conflict context. I've been looking at mine. Action in how they interrelate from post conflict peacebuilding framework and the climate. He's something that I've come into recently looking at how that is adding the levels. Abelson wonder ability because I was in Angola in September doing some work where they went national saint for Humanitarian De Mining on a research project. Nick and what we saw there was that once fields are cleared that the farmers there are grateful because clear and provide quite a lot of land. And what they're doing is resorting to the cotton slash methods of cultivation now. What that does the environment is? Just at the the time the fires in the Amazon on but in Angola there was second highest fires when the satellite team. It is dance so while we can clear and and the farmers were saying yes but the drought has impacted so yes. The farm has been returned to the farmers. But there are other you know beyond the mine in action and my take into that is can we incorporate as a sector. Can we bringing other lessons for these people when we out there with them saying once we've cleared the farm may be a certain sense of responsibility in the ways. We cultivate and all so integrating being innovative in our practice to dealing with communities to reduce their ability interesting. So what you're calling for really is for broader approach to helping communities once the areas made safe. So I don't know maybe I could turn to you. Seddon Threat Mitigation Officer with the Mine Action Service so he didn't a lot of work into be at the moment. I don't know how house access you have there. Because we've had talks recently here in Geneva for ongoing between opposing parties fighting outside Tripoli to the South how are you UH helping communities get safer and be free of this sort of scourge that must induce mentality among populations yes. There are two real issues to addressed. ICED firstly is that Libya has the world's largest uncontrolled ammunition stop palm. It is estimated that there were between one hundred fifty thousand two hundred thousand tonnes of uncontrolled control munitions across Libya. Also what we've seen recently in the fighting which broke out in southern Tripoli in April of last year is the expenditure ordinance and the threat posed by explosive remnants of war as increased and sadly many of the areas that were previously cleared of you exit have now been reconsolidated as a result. The current fighting some specific concerns that we've got amendment relates to some of the more complex munitions that The Libyan's require assistance to dispose off. And the previous Qaddafi regime for example bolts some quite complex missile systems that use talks ick propellants and these toxic propellants pose a very considerable threat to the environment went and also to the Libyan people which live close proximity to their storage depots so one of the projects that are mass. Lear initiated with support from the German government his to safely dispose of some of these very hazardous liquid propellants in Libya. Thank you Bob for that. Now I'm going to turn to leave because you're the Global Communications Honcho Four. Unless you could tell me how many countries on Mrs Operating in I'm what stays sort of information sharing between those officers who are involved in making community safe and and maybe what are the new ways that we using computers not officially intelligence to help us improve decontamination. Everywhere yeah the United Nations by action service we of nineteen programs in countries and territories around the world the UN as a whole is a little bit over thirty so the UN is. We're mine action. United Nations mine. Action has the Inter Agency Coordination Group for Mine Action which we helped to service and facilitate and that's really is an information exchange so and this meeting that we're at this week in Geneva Leyva where we have the national directors from all over the world from every mine affected country. I'm comes in. That's a big part of it is to share lessons learned best practices and the technology which is very important specifically with with improvised explosive devices. I mean we've been working for years in Afghanistan. We've seen a lot of devices that were used in Afghanistan that show up in other conflict zones specifically today's in Somalia we've seen stuff in Iraq. There's an innovation there. There's obviously on the dark web. People have access to figure out WHO's building. What and how are they building yet? What type of charges etc.? So you have to stay alert and you have to be following that. Obviously that's not something terribly new military out there in the world The United Nations. We don't don't particularly do intelligence service things but we are starting a database now in order to try to bring in academics and the governments that want to share that information in order that we make our people on the ground safer so that people would have some type of place to go to look at the type of devices I see they can do photos of directly and put it up in this database and then people can look at it from other parts of the world and say immediately. I've seen that. Don't touch that wire. I mean if you WanNa get it simple or this is probably how it is or the or the charter is going to be. You know. Two hundred meters. There's away or is that kind of thing and somebody mentioned earlier today when we were speaking about infrared Is that you know the technologies that exist out there. They are extremely deadly. It's a little bit different than a landmine. I'm where you're just using a metal detector and you're going along and something beeps and you're saying okay is that you know a pop top or is that something more dangerous when you deal with. ID's there three hundred sixty degrees so you don't know where they are And I mean there was just an attack recently in Afghanistan for example where somebody stuck a charge on the top of the roof of a car which killed the UN employees it was UNDP and that's an example of something which smit this new database that's going to be soft launch today at this is meeting with look into. So what specs do you need for your car roofs when the UN by vehicles because that's obviously a weakness right when a car sitting in traffic and somebody puts a bomb on the roof of of it and nobody thought about that but there are ways to know if there's devices on a car magnetic sensors that tell you. Something's been added this car and that's the kind of stuff that we need to know. The the United Nations need in order to keep all personnel. And all NGOs safe. It is frightening. You could be totally paranoid radio studio. They want to step foot outside. Because it's you know I've read the English patient I've read the some of the mindset of somebody who's laying mines encounters and things. I think my goodness this is just extraordinarily frightening writing and terrifying. And I'm Bob you're saying earlier the the threat of mines is not going away. Sadly the very effective asymmetric form of Attack Jack and the effectiveness of the ID as technology level is now very much understood by. The extremists are employing days. I mean sadly that knowledge is now the Leah's mentioned the information is disseminated now across the Internet. It is relatively easy now for people with no previous experience or training to acquire The knowledge from the web to make homemade explosives and to build quite sophisticated audience systems from scratch. You know with any external intervention. So so you're suggesting earlier Bob that it's not just a question of getting the minds out of the ground. It's a broader approach. Can you maybe explain what that means. Yes certainly insufficient really just to deal with the the explosive threat itself itself when one considers the threat posed by ideas. You really look at the the. ID system so it requires an effective whole of government approach. And that's very much based on not just the entity that's dealing with the explosive straight itself. But you got to look at the forensic organization that recovers evidence the analysis of that of the good police squirt this required to identify locate arrest and then process the perpetrators through the judicial system and Libya. This is happening. It is happening. Actually the The Mass Libya team has worked quite closely with Libyan authorities. And we've been trying to develop the forensic skills of the Criminal Investigation Department such that the Libyan police. I can do this themselves. Thank you very much. I think we've pretty much come to the end of this discussion very brief Look at what your and Mine Action Service is doing. It's been a delight to have you here but I'd love often any final messages or thoughts that you have before you plunge back into the dark recesses of the UN Pele here in Geneva and share information which is obviously why you're here simply that clearing clearing the wolves. Lamont problem is achievable. It's very very achievable. I started de-mining in nineteen ninety-three when the world talked about it being a thousand year problem problem now it down to single digits of years with realistic assessments. Credible Clarence methods. We're winning this fight. Unfortunately the fighters moved on on the problem is not being replaced by problem. The crux of this issue is ending grievances. If people want to find a way to kill each other's they will do so but in those countries where the wounds have healed such as Cambodia. We can go on and complete the Job Sarah Jerry Richard. Bulte Bob Seddon ugly really would yeah. Many things
Warming Up Before Your Workout
"Sure all of you will have heard this before. You need to adequately warm-up before going the full throttle into any workout will that be weight training running any sort of sports and so on and more often than not this advice this falls on deaf is so why is it so important to ensure your warm up properly before you exercise. A warm up is a period of time prior to being doing physical activity which consists quite often of light cardiovascular exercises and quite often stretches as well and a woman activties serves two major purposes ready to enhance performance when we first gets help to also prevent injury now. What is really interesting to notice that Mike? With many topics in the health and fitness world there is contradictory advice out there. Because I'm sure many of you will have heard that you should did stretch before warming up as stretching spores exercise helps you to increase flexibility. It helps increase the ability of joint to move for. Its Fru range range of motion. But I'm here to say today that there might be some clues lifting evidence on stretching before we start doing size but before we talk about this contradictory trade balls dot that I should say. There are different forms of stretching. There's static stretches which of those where you're standing or sitting or you're lying still and you hold a single who position for a long period of time and these differ to dynamic stretches while you're performing genital repetitive. Movements perhaps like leg swing weh Edwin gradually increases the range of motion of movement but it always remains in the normal range of movement. Another example might be doing like chocolate cake Jorgen between each each one. But you're doing an open and close. The Gates Foil in an outer thighs are looked at up. If you're not sure I mean there but it has more movement involved rather than just being static taking sedentary as you'll doing the stretch so all of heard in the past is that regular stretching is thought to increase flexibility by making all muscles more supple and by retraining the nervous system to tolerate stretching further however according to the National Strength Conditioning Association a growing body of research has shown that pre-workout workout or pre event static stretching may actually have a negative effect on force production POW performance strengthen durance reaction time time and running speed in fact. Several studies said stretching before a workout or an advantage the race or a weightlifting competition. Whatever it may be has been shown to reduce performance went up to three percent? Dr Ian Schrager. A sports medicine clinician researcher and associate professor at the Department of Family. Medicine at Montreal's McGill University. Christie said that research now suggesting that stretching before exercise actually makes your muscles weaker and slower but it does help to increase. You'll range of the notion professor. Robert Herbert is a senior principal. Research Fellow Wave Neuroscience Research. Australia found that most of the evidence strongly suggest adjusted static. Stretching before exercise does not reduce the risk of injury and even a little bit quite negligible I mean study called a pragmatic randomized trial of stretching before and physical activity to prevent injury and soreness found what they called to be. A hint of an effect on reducing injuries like Ligament Tasr has muscle strains and sprains. So where does this leave. As if we've been told allies to do stretches and static stretching before exercising what shall we actually do. What free exercise warm up should we do? If there's a point in doing one at all so according to Dr Sharia your decision to stretch not distract should be based on what you want to achieve deep if the objective is to reduce injury stretching before exercise is not helpful. Your time better spent by warming of your muscles with the light. Aerobic Nick Movement. We talked about light cardiovascular movements getting some light joining in for example and gradually increased their intensity whilst of your objective is increase your range of motion so you can more easily do the splits. For example this is more beneficial doing stretches then doing a cardiovascular joke for example the purpose solve warming up has to prepare mentally and physically for your chosen activity so typical warm up should take at least ten minutes and involve the light Arabic movements we talked. What about with dynamic stretching that mimics the movements of the activity? You're about to four form unless as we said you're about to perform a split for example or something like the way you might want to consider static stretching you should then gradually increase the range of motion of these movements during the warm up to prepare the body for more intense versions of those movements that occurred during the sport itself so by doing this. This process will raise your heart rate. Increase the blood your muscles thereby warming your muscles up. And when he formed to muscles up less stiff they work more efficiently than has more blood flow. That's enabling your muscles two or more oxygen to reach your muscles and produce is energy and the woman also activates the nurse signals to muscles which can increase your reaction time so what is better recommended then. It's a combination Asian. Really if you're going to do a sport or weight training all a run. For example of dynamic stretching where into being cooperating some lights cardiovascular activity tippety as well as some more movement and Joe stretches raw than holding them in a static position so this episode might be very contrary to what you've heard before about stretching but I hope it has helped shed some light on pre-exercise war ups and what we should be doing What we should consider depending on what our objective
"edwin d" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Well it brings some quality relief and the has a great track record it's healthy and he says the yourself these these so that's a grill in you know a really good sign for the maps the dancers said the yield a shoulder impingement last year you had a lot of problem we also actually tore his Achilles but he did say that he is a hundred percent so he's good to go you'll be all set for spring training and basically it was the pope and for the mess that has to be rebuilt and they feel they'll get some bounce backs for a mid windy as injuries but Millia and you have a guy like telling the chances you can certainly help out at the end or close you can either set up for clothes it's a great plus for the Mets the Mets already have their closer Edwin D. as he struggled at times last season but he's a quality guy what role do you see della Matanzas filling at least as we head toward next season well he was asked at a news at all do what but I'll take whatever role they give me you just wants to win it was interesting the body bandwagon and spoke before they introduce the chances and these are two or three things on the checklist for the chances that he wanted to get done you want to be fairly compensated you want to dominate and he wanted to win he can close I would assume there are times that you will close but I do think it would be as is going to be the closer that's what they brought him here court didn't work out that way last year but I think you'll be back in that role to start of spring training but chances will be a set up guy for him and maybe the main set up guy but there are times he's gonna close games without doubt during the course of the season always good to talk with WCBS Mets beat reporter ad Coleman ad thank you for joining.
Edwin Encarnacion, White Sox agree to 1-year, $12 million deal
"How about opening day today that it's warmer now than it will be in late March for the white Sox open their season with a slew of new free agents including soon to be thirty seven year old Edwin Encarnacion but don't let his age for you still has plenty of both for power witness thirty four homers last season in just a hundred six games he signs for twelve million and hopefully sells the socks he leaned DH issues don't want to get too rigid they were passing on really really good right and it haters just for balance say really good hitters are really good hitters for reason they can handle lefties righties and GM Rikon remembers back in the early two thousands of socks were very right handed one a lot of games including the World
Encarnacion, White Sox focus on a deal
"Tweeted that the white Sox are getting closer to a deal with Edwin Encarnacion it's expected to be about a twelve million dollar deal once official again has been talk on that all week long but the white Sox continuing this rebuild might be getting close to signing Edwin Encarnacion a veteran
"edwin d" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"Hey Jay be it. A Wolf is in the wolves. Dan I have an awesome guest today. kindred spirits so to speak in this guy is a salesman. Salesperson's built built a huge organization of sales people. We believe in a lot of the same principles really helpful the everyone. Yeah Watch me engage in a conversation with someone that really understands the world all of sales and entrepreneurial success as a great back story a right so it'd be massive value you're on the actual learning side and it's also interesting story. We're here in a bit of a celebrity. Twist as well. That's the bag. Ready and when Ari Avi how you doing my friend. I'm doing well a lot of common friends. We know right. Yeah here Okay Okay let's go right into this year. You have a very large company that does essentially home alarm systems right. Smart Home Security Home Security Okay and and it's one of the largest in the nation and that doesn't so it's the largest if you bring home security shirt where they're number one dealer lawsuit wes. Great requests thirty six days. So let's start here from the beginning because your backstory is great. You right before I said I said stop stop talking because what you said was really interesting you said you moved. Ta from Columbia was six years old. I mean speak a word of English when you got here I did not okay and yet rated by whatever so I was born Columbia. Came here when I was six and unfortunately two weeks after coming to the US are home gets raided by law enforcement for suspicion of drug traffic. Was it AH. Da Fbi one of those and you never really want a three letter agency knocking at your good. I was sick. So I thought we were getting robbed. Okay and Both of my parents ended up in jail that day. My sister and I ended up in a foster home. Awhile about eight months later. Our parents get acquitted of charges. Okay we are now reunited with them. Were thinking this nightmare is over. However for the next four years our home would get rated at least once a year and then finally on that fourth year our home gets raided one last time and this time they were able to put away my dad for a long time? So this is what year is now. This is came in eighty five. Okay so is this the area of Pablo Escobar and that always all your colleagues or or is it. I think it was during the Pablo days. Okay if I'm not mistaken. Yeah my interest. Everyone's like folk. He's a folk hero or menace depending on on who you ask I. I took a lot of business in Columbus. I'd love him. A lot of people hate him but yeah ways interesting caricature right wasn't interesting character so your dad did get in so he he got in trouble. They put him away for a while and then his last words to me were basically the cops. Were Nice enough to allow me to talk to him and he just says to me son you need to become out of the house and take care of this home and my dad was my hero so I took those words to heart and I promised him that I would We add two additional siblings. Now and dad did leave us some money however about three years later we started run out of that money. Is it find some money. Like I mean like he left us a couple hundred grand. Okay fine in those guys I think is one hundred grand. I know some money to be comfortable for a while so we were comfortable for about two and a half years and then we started run out of money so then we had to move into a city called Huntington in park which is not to be confused with Huntington Beach. Where were you this love that we were living in Glendora got okay Glendora? And then we moved. We lived in Hollywood. But we'd have after move quite a bit because every time we'd get raided we kicked out tenant the owners would get short shorts or kick us out and well. What was your grades? All right beat upside down. Tear up the House I got. You know it's interesting I've helicopters everywhere when I got arrested. The incredibly respectful awful. Just I didn't get it was really weird But they like wait if me outside my house when I drove out. Excuse me like do you know where like this street is on my Gano. I thought I was getting robbed. Yeah because they like jumped out of the car and then I'm like so. I started my daughter Lacrosse. I started driving with stuff. Stop with the FBI. I'm like what's what's up that you should probably go back in the House and drop your daughter off So I was like okay so I turned around to follow me in. They let me take my daughter upstairs and they just very quietly arrested me and they know they can be pretty. They can do the other way as well right. 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Turkey's Erdogan meets Qatar's emir to discuss regional issues
"Two thousand seventeen cutter has been cut off by many of its neighbors. Informer partners how welcomed therefore must be a visit from a friend. Turkey's President Register type Edwin arrived yesterday for talk to the mayor and what was billed as regional all issues and bilateral relations over law is editor of Arab Digest. Them delighted to say he joins me once again in the studio. Welcome back bill. So who exactly exactly one Visiting and what exactly is on the agenda here so the visit is with the Emir Tamim and what was on the agenda. There was some military aspects aspects. There was some trade deals There was a basically a A rea- refocusing on the relationship. Underline that This is a good relationship and and the Emir was reminded of course that Turkey had supported cutter when this feud I broke out. wrote this Fight the so-called quartet. That's the Bahrainis the Emirati the Saudis the Egyptians launched its land air and sea blockade. Back back in June of two thousand seventeen. The accused the categories of all sorts of misdeeds including supporting terrorism Essentially broke down to this. That is that the Iraqis were unhappy with the a copy of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. And the Saudis didn't like Al Jazeera and wanted to just shut down The charges his of terrorism. Well you know. All of these Gulf states have questions dancer. But there's support for terrorism in the past So to point the finger at Advocaat theories as being the sole Purveyors of terrorism was at the time and absurd An absurd position take in any event. back Scott raise. There was a refusal to for anyone back down. I mean the Khatri's I think played it well but the Turks came in and Iranians and supported them because initially this land the NC blockade meant that for about forty eight hours shelves in. Doha were emptied because it was a sort of sense of. How are we going to get good? How are we going to get supplies? And the Turks and the Iranians said. Don't worry we'll help you and if you go to Doha's I did Even a year ago the shelves all stocked with Turkish products. Pretty much So that was good for the Turks financially really economically. They're able to sell their goods goods into into shops in in Doha In terms of the military side of it there was a Turkish base that based now been gussied up. I guess you could say and there's five thousand Turkish soldiers there That base The more money was spent on it again. Reinforcing business sense that you know we're your friends we've got your back. Why is this happening now? We'll in part because it looks like this feud between the the so-called Quartet Tete and and and the Qatar is beginning possibly to wind down. And you know football is. Football teams have landed landed in Doha on Monday. This is ahead of the if you're not if you're not following the Arabian Gulf Cup. And Kevin Kerr courses for quite as closely as you perhaps should basically the the the football was the least important thing this had happened this week. Wasn't it it was the fact that the Saudi team use the kingdom's air carrier Saudi Arabian island to go through Kesari airspace and land in Doha. And everyone is now saying that football trump's all kinds of political article confusion and and And disatisfaction the the blockades down. Isn't it. Well we'll have to wait and see what I mean it's interesting. The Saudis is basically broke their own blockade as you said they they they flew direct from Saudi Arabia into into Doha and And we're we're we received with open arms at the the airport but the Iraqis they went through Kuwait. They chose to go through your weight and then live in Kuwait into Doha. Still sort of maintaining a facade. But but you're right. The fact is that The teams are there. They've been welcomed and The indications are that yeah this blockade which was always a kind of a silly sort of thing anyway because it didn't benefit anybody other than the Iranians really. What does that mean? What does it the ending of the blockade Turkey though because a moment ago you suggested? That's it's actually. Turkey was a real friend. Indeed when everything went wrong is does other ones visit have anything to do with timing care just as a little reminder that just things that getting a little bit get about. Let's do don't forget that we were your friends during times of trouble. We were there for you and we backed you. And I think I don't want to just wants to underline that it may be that some of the pressure the quid pro quo. If you will for the Saudis placate we'll see we'll cool down on your on your friendship with the Turks and does not want to see that happen after all Cutler is a is a valuable asset. Really if you think you know in terms of the Gulf the other Gulf states particularly friendly towards the Turks at this stage they didn't like what was doing coming into Syria There are other issues that that that the Saudis Nimrod is not particularly happy with the Emirati is for example. Don't like the fact that or the one very much supported the Muslim Brotherhood and many Muslim Brotherhood. People have wound up in in Turkey So so there are lots of lots of issues there and You know I think just simply wants to say look I'm here. Don't forget about me. He wants to keep that outside going. Well can Turkey then then you know gain from the relationship with Casa in in addition to the enormous amount of export that it does. I think it's a billion dollars worth of exports food went from Turkey to cut and it's not just food is chemicals. It's practically everything keeping this this country gaming well you know. The Cutler is the wealthiest country in the world per capita That's one of the reasons they were able to ride out. This blockade okayed a pretty smoothly The Turks are also selling them weapons equipment one hundred tanks I've been sold or on the process of being sold to to Qatar. You might ask what a country with An indigenous population of two hundred seventy five thousand people need with one hundred tanks. And where exactly you're gonNA park those those tanks but Anyway that's that's one area that they're very keen on and also as they say it it keeps US connection the Iranians and and Qatar share a gasfield field in the Gulf and and keep that connection with Iran which again or the one as a season itself as a as a regional power player on this is Jocelyn going on the Iranians rainiest the Saudis or the one himself is playing a very clever game in this process and headquartered successful visit in Washington. Didn't he considering doing the anger of Congress against what he had done in northern Syria he was able to skate in there. And trump gave him usual laudatory Support and and and then from there he goes the Doha he reinforces the relationship there so he is playing this kind of regional superpower bid car. I think he's playing at a reasonably well below. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us on monocle. Twenty
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A brief history of presidents visiting troops in combat
"The only civil war battle that took place in Washington the battle of Fort Stevens President Abraham Lincoln gotten his carriage one evening and made an extra ordinary request he wanted to go see the fighting nobody of course not this was a very good idea but Lincoln did and off he went Lincoln wanted to support the Union troops he wanted to see the situation with his own eyes and he very nearly got himself killed as Brown's zipped over his top hat young officers shouted get down you fool. Lincoln Secretary of war Edwin Stanton was so worried about his boss that he ordered silence to evacuate winking was not happy he said I thought I was commander in chief Lincoln was not the first president to step foot on an American battlefield president James Madison was at the battle of Bladensburg during the war eighteen twelve but Lincoln's visit is often cited by historians in recounting the importance of presidents visiting troops in or near war zones to better grasp conditions to reverse public doubts into signal to both US and enemy forces the country took war efforts seriously veterans have split on the value of such visits with some suggesting that these so-called dog and pony show IOS obscure the realities of war and drain military resources to keep the president safe true or not these visits provide lasting symbolic images of presidents as commanders in war military as well as all the requirements team allied commander in Europe during World War Two Eisenhower made a bold campaign promise days before he won the nineteen fifty two presidential election I shall go to Korea our said the conflict there was spinning out of Control and Eisenhower promised to review reflieffactor military political and psychological to be mobilized in speeding a just peace eisenhower made good on his promise the next month as president elect he visited commanders and surveyed Chinese North Korean positions from spotter aircraft dressed in a thick parka. Eisenhower squatted on an ammunition crate and ate lunch shoulder to shoulder with soldiers photos of Eisenhower there were symbolically important showing him as a hands on leader but the visit had important policy implications to confirming Eisenhower's belief that the war had become a stalemate Eisenhower brokered an armistice later that July and set after that we could not stand forever on a static front and continued to accept casualties without any visible results according to historian Michael Beschloss and his new book presidents of war speedy and reliable air travel after the nine I'm too blunt negative public opinion Johnson stood in a jeep at Cameron Bay choked up Johnson told his troops I could not begin to thank every man in Vietnam for what is doing
"edwin d" Discussed on The Short Porch
"So that kind of shoes away like oh yeah. Cashman started staying the luxury tax all that. Well, you know, we pretty much we're willing to pay this much for Edwin so that guy. I mean Greenwich, not a lot paying three million dollars that I read that right? Something like that. Maybe it's three minutes or four five whatever, but the razor also paying which is funny. So. Yeah. I mean they gave up absolutely nothing for him. I was afraid it was a little bit package. Here. It wasn't. It was nothing. And that's the other also whenever trade is announced and you don't hear the other side of the deal, that's like a good son. When he didn't hear the dead that in our, our Sione, you're, you gotta fear that not giving up. Anyone too big? They're giving up a big piece like Clint Frazier, obviously would never go up Carcione. But you hear the first court would be an Carciom for Frazier your. I mean so whenever it's a first report your team gets guy. You don't hear who you're giving up. That's probably good side. But you mentioned the raise Bank, some of this other good part is this is a, a blockage move like a classic George steinburner monastic where keeps the Red Sox and rays from getting Antar, Sione adding him to their lineups and for the key sees more of a luxury than the sesame but doesn't hurt temperatures. Can we talk about how corrobos was the most scared person on Twitter last night? We got that's not a guy his tears so many tweets of like can we stop hitching Edwin Encarnacion because he terrorizes Boston. And he tweets out he does he does this shit when his back against the wall. He has this, like fancy MLB database website where he can put in the exact date, exact temperature. He wants the, you know, the situation and he just he just punches in until numbers come out the way he wants. I've seen him do it firsthand. It's hilarious. And he clearly did it last night. Shatter night since the start of the twenty seventeen season which is when Edwin left, Toronto, keep in mind, so less at bats the sample size town and Coscioni, sitting one seventy nine with a six twenty six against Chris sale price for Seoul, Edward, Rigas Nathalie combined have a good night. Okay. So then I dug deeper that first of all he Homer Chris sale in the opening game this year. Just pointed that out there took him, then I went to some career numbers career numbers instead of your student ons. Jared against Chris sale. He seven.
"edwin d" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"At the US at UNC, Charlotte. Police say he knocked the shooter down buying enough time for cops to come in and capture him while big shuck shakeup for Saturday's Kentucky, Derby, the favourite Omaha beach has been. Scratched from the race. I because of a breathing problem and so much for Julie Chen eyeing a return to the talk where we often was named to replace. That's pretty cool. Yeah. Some people on there. They don't like her. Yeah. I'll get it. Every time. She goes on the show the radios, take it up tick. Yeah, they think she's too old and not edgy enough. Well, what Julie Chen have been younger. I don't know. I guess they're all buds. Going on their instant sports things. Not looking good for the islanders. They lost the hurricanes five in Raleigh. So they gotta win tomorrow night to avoid the sweep in the Eastern Conference finals quarterfinal. I don't know what happened to the team is. I don't know. But they don't wanna be there. Yankees. Get swept by the Diamondbacks. Three to Arizona. They're opted. They take on the Minnesota Twins tomorrow night neurons another late ending meltdown for the Mets. Jacob degrom. Look like the old Jake pitched seven shutout innings Mets closer Edwin d as gave up a solo Homer with two outs in the ninth to give the reds, a one zip. When city field. That's the second time in a row that D as given up a two out ninth inning home run. Don't put him in at that point. Then. Manager mansion reds play against after twelve ten Syndergaard on the mound. Let's check the ride here. Sue aller northbound cross island Parkway by Jamaica avenue crash, eastbound cross month expressway, the extension as you approach..
"edwin d" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Charges have those demons. I'm watching these games Sunday after Sunday. This is different. Look about this team. You may end up being right? They may flame out very quickly in the postseason. We may be saying same old chargers. I don't think it's the same old charges. This time around. The balanced. They could beat you variety different ways. Rivers is playing great. That defense gets after the quarterback. They're scary. Good. Ask Andy Reid as Bill Belichick as my common. All these teams in the AFC are gonna want nothing to do with the LA chargers coming into that building. That's a scary scary team. And I think it's team that's capable of going to a Super Bowl. One fifty five here on this Friday morning. It's JJ after chance chance give with you right here on the fan. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. So now to know familiar will be joining Edwin D as in bullpen what's next for the Mets and Brodie van wagon as they move forward here in itself season get to that lot more. You calls then fell Mets Yankees, whatever's on your mind after this. Maybe you know, exactly how you want the ring to look or maybe you won't know it until you see it either way. When you're ready to ask Jared is ready to help with our incredible assortment of loose diamonds and onsite design center. We make it easy to find create the perfect ring. And with our price match guarantee, we're devoted to helping. You get it at a price you'll love to shop online or find a store near you.
"edwin d" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Edwin d is go from the Mariners in a seven player trade trade that's been received with mixed reaction in New York. Here's our BUSTER only new Mets, general manager Brodie van wagon and pronounced in his first press conference that he felt the team could win immediately. We will win. Now, we will win in the future, and we will deliver this city. And his team and his blockbuster trade for all stars Robinson could know Eglin should make them better in two thousand seventeen in the highly competitive National League east, but the Mets are also assuming enormous risk in an industry that increasingly steers away from risk. They're counting on the thirty six year old to not continue to be productive player in the first season. After he served in eighty game suspension for performance enhancing drugs and he's under contract for another five years. They are bypassing the market saturated free agent relievers to pay a high price of prospects for DS. Cheap in two thousand nineteen quickly become expensive through arbitration for two thousand twenty and beyond. If the Mets win the division and perhaps reached the World Series van wagon a longtime agent before taking the GM job a month ago will be in the conversation for executive of the year. But if the Mets struggle to know breaks down the as being an expensive closer for mediocre team. The franchise might have to deal with the fallout from this trade for years to come. History.
"edwin d" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"For years is team. Never does anything out of the box. And now with a pretty big trade on the verge of completion that same fans complaining they're giving up too much the deal with the Mariners reportedly this close to happening Robbie can Owen Edwin d as would add to queens for a package said to include Jay, Bruce. Anthony swore Zach outfield prospect, Jared Kalmyk and pitching prospect Justin done elsewhere week thirteen of the NFL season underway last night in Dallas. Where defense was the story. Cowboys beat the saints thirteen to ten improving a seven and five New Orleans now ten and two as for the hockey story centered around to the far side single keeps it alive for Shane backhand. Shot deflected. Scorn. Shove it in front of Saturday's score. I just two minutes. Six seconds. Called on MSG radio. And that was all Ottawa would need shutting out the Rangers. Three nothing. The islanders lost two to one or to Boston shootout for Major League Soccer the red bull, shutout Atlanta, one zip. But they lost the Eastern Conference final on aggregate three two one earlier this morning. We crowned our final go to the week for two thousand eighteen. Giants. Enemy today. Nobody to blame but themselves the final score here at Lincoln financial field. The Philadelphia Eagles twenty five the giants. Twenty two Papuan Carl banks called it on the fan and at three and eight now are big blue goats of the week. Welby on their way to go to the year. Check back with us on Wednesday for more sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock market, a ten ten wins..
"edwin d" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And they won't unless unless they turned it over do some crazy things, which of course, you can never predict in games chair high. But it looks like a mismatch on paper and the chiefs they've covered a lot this year. It's a big spreads not L Vegas out. But it's it's helped out plenty of fans going with the you know, these these big spreads here, but Howard balls are the sports exchange. Howard pleasure. Having you on again. Thank you, Mike. Repeat anytime, then take care you too. So our balls are giving us some NFL thoughts and talk about what's going on around the league in clearly big game tonight with the saints and the Cowboys and the door is not really open for the giants there. But I guess if you're a giants fan, you're not gonna root for the Cowboys. Anyway. So it's got a pressure off. And just hope they get their clocks cleaned and see see where the dust settles later on. But yeah, wouldn't be getting any any hopes up of a playoff run. All right latest, Don Robertson Cano in the New York. Mets this from Ken Rosenthal athletic Mets Meridor's blockbuster involving casino. And Edwin d as is close no announcement expected tonight possibly tomorrow. So it looks like this might go into tomorrow. And there's a lot of money to work out Robertson Cano has a no trade clause. Who knows you know? Jay Bruce, had limited. No trade that doesn't include the Mariners that shouldn't be a factor. But maybe there are some other no trades involved in this deal. But that's that's the latest from Ken Rosenthal. So it seem this is going to happen Robbins canal, Edwin d as will likely be Mets but not at the finish line yet. And then you gotta get through physicals, which is no small deal for any pitcher. And then for a thirty six year old like Robertson Canoas. Well, so that's what you're looking at right now, and it certainly seems to be progressing. But the big question to me is what kind of prospects were the young players. The Mets are giving up and not just the prospects in the minors. But even a young player like Jeff acc-, Neil. A what is the cost here for the New York Mets in interpretive? Young players because while Edwin d as you're excited to add him to me Roberts can much less attractive. And then you know, it's a matter of what the cost is. And are you able financially it'd be making other moves how much are they on the hook for Kanawha? And there's a lot to this to see if it's going to end up being a good thing for the Mets or not really I think that's unclear based on all the different rumors that we have seen tonight. We will have our NFL picks coming up. Steve paiko had men's basketball coach brought girls. We'll talk about his big win against Miami. Last night. The quick turnaround is they get Michigan state at the rack tomorrow. I came already sold out. So it's going to be a fun atmosphere able to hear it right here at seven ten wer tomorrow at six coach pike will join us on the show before nine o'clock. This is sports zone with Pete McCarthy on the voice of New York seven ten W O R lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more important..
"edwin d" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And what they do after that. They still have to do similar things they still need to add a center fielder. They still need to get a catcher. And I'd still want another reliever. Because all of a sudden have you signed Andrew Miller. Let's just use him as an example. You know, have a back of the bullpen of Andrew Miller Edwin d as and let's not forget Lugo and gazelle Mia. Pretty good. And who knows maybe one of those cavalcade of mediocre guys. We saw last year steps up in pitches. Okay. I don't know. Smith. All right. That's a cavalcade. Guys. I remember remember their name me too. I forget that half the time. Right. All of a sudden, you can have a believe it or not good bullpen. So that's the part of the deal. It's very intriguing. This is all about Edwin DS from now one let's all refer to this. As in Edwin d as trade not a Robinson. Notre okay, we do that. Can you can you tell everybody in their updates please stop calling the second even me because I did it going to break. The reason is is because the bigger name. Oh, I get it. But he's not the reason you're making I understand that is not the reason if this was canot on its own. I'd have a very I would still radical to connote trade for this reason the as fly under the radar. Okay. You know what I'm saying? That's fine. Let him be an afterthought until he gets here. And it gets it done that that's fine. There's no pressure on you. And I both know this isn't about it with. No, I understand. Okay. Sure. I mean, why else would you be paying bringing and Robbie thirty six years old that you know, how many gazillion a year. I why. You're right. Would you be to shed some contracts like shape Preussen Zachary? We'll come back and get your calls. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and we'll pepper Allard Allard Baird who just joined them at front office about this and his new role with the Mets when he joins us at twelve forty when you go out you wanna look good. And I know that for myself finding a suit has always been difficult. But what's also made it very difficult is finding a suit that fits well. I've noticed in the past I buy a suit, and it just it look awkward. The measurements were offered. You just wouldn't feel right. If feels right at Indochino Indochino is a place where you walk in. And they're gonna measury out. They're going to help you become a designer. You're going to meet with the style guides in the Indochino showroom,.
"edwin d" Discussed on Starting9
"The snail where yet. Dodgers dodgers the dodgers dodgers law come on is. Years. All right. Yeah, I think that same idea, one of these teams will get to ninety wins and win the division. And you know who's going to be. The mother fucking Colorado Rockies NL west division champion. Notre Arado Rockies. You're gonna cut through the puck and snakes baby and that eight doesn't matter. Does it matter get your fucking oven. Mitts pal because I got a nice little nugget. Fucker. The dodgers played the reds and the cardinals finished season. Those are two teams that's swift old dodger blue this year. So in an effort to get to that ninety win benchmark in lead the division, you gotta go through fucking Saint Louis and through cincy eight happened eight. All right. So once fair, Edwin d as on pace for sixty two saves will tie or break k. rods Mark of sixty two that he set in two thousand eight and then gave up a flock and push missile to Manny Ramirez in the division series that I'm pretty sure as an even landed yet. Edwin d as sixty two saves yes or no. Yes. Yes, he will. He will first of all him, it's got service now have the same haircut do because they bet whether or not Edwin d. as reach fifty. He has fifty leads the league. Now the goal is sixty two. The goal of sixty three to sixty three. Yeah. Go sixty. I say he gets done because any and all -tunities that come along key will be taking his already show to be that type of competitor. You show to be the type of dude. Give me the fucking rock up by one of two of three matter. Save situation. Give me the baseball and I believe Scott service will hand him the baseball in every situation that he feels he can lockdown. And that happens to be every fucking save situation. So yeah, here's the ball. Go get. I am going to say no, because I don't think. It's not that he's not going to get enough. Save up. He might not. He might not get enough save opportunities in the month of September with with the the Mariners sort of fallen out of it here. I think that there's a chance he just may not get as many save opportunities as he like or or is necessary in order to break the record. So I'm gonna say no. All right. I'm also going to say no, largely for those reasons. Five point, five games back to the ethics. At this point. I do wonder and maybe this isn't fair, but I do wonder whether the Mariners who I feel like after last week's Homer minute the Mariners fans can see where this is all going, and it's just more torture for a team that really hasn't been able to get over the hump. I do wonder if they use the Edwin d as save chase as a little bit of shiny distraction over the final month of the season to take away from the fact that they're almost certainly not going to the postseason and that that would be the only scenario where I could see that happening. But I'm going to take slightly under. I think I think it's more like fifty nine or fifty or sixty Mark. Okay. Cool. The break, I feel like he deserves it because if you if you look back on history and you're like, oh, who has a single season saves record k. rod great all-time closer. But that season you know, wasn't holy shit break out the record books for k. rod this season for Edwin Diaz. Yeah, breakout. Those fucking record. Books has been unbelievable. Don't wait is nearly over football season is almost here and that means it's fantasy..
"edwin d" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Are you concerned that seattle's edwin d as will break down at some point from overuse they have no choice because every game is two to one in four to i believe i don't know if it's stuck today in terms of the pace but the pace is to set an all time record and the one run wins let's see as pace for the year he's on pace for ninety appearances eightysix innings launch man i mean we're not talking about gossiping bruce sudi here but i mean eighty six i can't make it through eighty six innings and we're concerned i don't understand that it's a lot because we don't see pictures doing that these days and the other thing is that i remember when was thrown into the majors he was converted starter at the time and i remember it was either late night year or the beginning of the next he had that that very mild question about health and that's the reason why i've been hesitant the entirety of his of his career he's got electric stuff so i'm with you i i can't cash it in but it wouldn't totally shocked me if he has an injury setback have you noticed that the cow bear claws stop walking people i have and giving up anything as last time five outings perfect no baserunners nary base runner for bear claw your favorite word gets in here my favorite word it's a word i like to use properly but i wouldn't call it my favorite work but it's your favorite word word is cookie partial cookie out john gray was throwing your team really wasn't allowed three hits over six innings he just happens to give the beginning and then he was great at the end what was with that frustrating shower but he wasn't very good either other situations so close obviously keeping the miami jobs.
"edwin d" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And they can hit about against virtually antibiotics better than last place i've looked they were pretty good they edwin d had had one of the best months a closer will ever have he's ridiculous you made the point in one on this point you made the point when you have gaza hit the ball like this even if you're going up against great a great starting rotation like a stephen cleveland once you get into the bullpen well i mean we'll be talking a lot more about the draft and and the marriage i mean these sort of two stories are are going to be carrying us for a while i just i'm so in love with the way the seahawks have handled it we had a woman tweet at us today and say she was falling in love with the team all over again and i think that's sentiment's going to be popular for the last few years we've been rooting for the team because that's what fans do but has it really felt the same you knew deep in your heart it wasn't the same as it was in twelve thirteen fourteen things have changed a little bit and i think this year's group has a chance and we'll see whether they're good enough but personality wise they get a chance to bring back that same love job richard sherman said we heard all the stories before and now you have a crop of young guys in there that haven't heard pickerel stores right for ritual get to hear some new stories down in san francisco down there for that will tune in tomorrow brock insult crowd here you guys can hear some dawn's new stories about the riding out the storm katrina immoral i have showed that years at half i not talked about that you guys it's this guy over here this guy throttle dodge car radio checking the cars now with tracy taylor brought to you by online trading academy and then kim's gonna stop by coming up at four zero six tonight and she's gonna tell.
"edwin d" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"As the process of thinking in your art or or in any art will hopefully the piece that you describe each of the letters is broken up into fragments and then put on one shoot a plexiglass so that when you look at it straightforward you see at all but the minute you move once from one side together it all falls apart saying it plainly perspective what i was trying to do was getting you to assemble that and some i've been a series of a pieces that i did also was on were on mirrors about talking about you looking at this idea and thinking about it how much financially still d today i am uh in the last two or three years because uh my wife was the ambassador to japan and so i went back and forth as japan every month or so um i couldn't get anything accomplished it was because i didn't know where i was in the world has everything you were going back every three we every three weeks yeah it's incredible you have frequent flier miles less it's amazing that i'm still alive actually mitch he's back now she's back so now that she's back yet are you back in the studio making yet again and and what kind of where he doing i just started doing of series on assignments that i was going to give to their readers relay here can you give us an example no oh edwin as you have fancy at that fair enough but that's fair that's fat again it okay back in the '70s you were a co author of some of the earliest hand bucks on home computers cb radio news and pocket calculators in your co author john brought men said this about your books it was not so much interested in pocket calculators as in broader issues whenever new technology came into being we were there with a book because have a couple of questions for you about this first what broader issues were you interested in and second what gave you the idea to publish a book.
"edwin d" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"I would hope so i really see everything as being funny your father founded a textile manufacturing business and i understand he worried that you would starve if you pursued an artist life did he want you to follow in his footsteps i don't think he wanted me to be flexible business but i think he thought that i should have a more professional career doctor a lawyer sort of jewish exact line of my grandmother every single time i saw her she would take my hands and say surgeons these are surgeons so let me zia hand edwin yes mm okay well in your book interactive excellence he wrote this ever since i was a child i have been is interested in the audience as i am in the show what were you imagining your life would be when you grew up at it no i mean i moved in a went to college and learn things and are then went to graduate school and i was always just so curious about how to describe the world i think that the one of the implicit assignments people get is this idea of finding something interesting and then telling it to someone else that sort of was my job i thought and when i met buckminster fuller i dunno i guess in seventy six or seventy seven and the thing that was so interesting to me was he thought that he could make a difference in the way the world worked and i thought that's worthwhile project that's really interesting and he'd love the idea he had invented this thought about world game where people uh world leaders could play a game together and therefore solve world problems and i thought that was really interesting and i wound up running the world game program with him so it became of a fantastically interesting opportunity he stated that you learned a lot from that nature fuller both negative and positive in you said that he was fantastic at writing nannies and that he wasn't interested in cooking dinner by silly.