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Fresh update on "england" discussed on Boomer and Gio

Boomer and Gio

00:31 sec | 27 min ago

Fresh update on "england" discussed on Boomer and Gio

"Football or no football. We're all expecting it to be That the fall football season will be cancelled. Don't know if that means they'll play in the spring or not. Maybe we'll play the fall. We have no idea and then just Eddie. Give me the last one. Give me Julian Edelman because he is talking about life up in New England without number 12 Who's now in Tampa. You gotta move on. And you understand that This is a business and you wish him well, and that's when you instantly started thinking about what you did for yourself. Teo go out contributed health team for the coming here. So obviously, yeah, way played ball together. I love in a death, But you know the train keeps moving. Train keeps moving without t B 12. It's that they.

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Detectorist 'shaking with happiness' after Bronze Age find

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Detectorist 'shaking with happiness' after Bronze Age find

"British archaeologists are hailing the discovery of a bridle that was last put on a horse. 3000 years of bronze age bridle was found by an amateur with a metal detector near England's border with Scotland. It's quite astonishing. I've never seen anything quite like it, Jerry dear Matthew Knight is because the bronze and leather bridal hadn't been disturbed. We can see Our horse harness was assembled by tracing 3000 year old remains of leather straps, very ornately decorated on DH Inter quickly made and the man who found it. He camped at the site for three weeks to protect it and then to watch the archaeologists at work. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS

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Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction

Doug Stephan

02:15 min | 1 d ago

Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction

"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it

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Boris Johnson insists schools in England must reopen in September

Amazing Americans

00:09 sec | 1 d ago

Boris Johnson insists schools in England must reopen in September

"And the UK is prime minister not on board with keeping schools closed across that country. Boris Johnson says enough is known about the virus to open

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Scientists work to protect fish could be undone by climate change

Climate Connections

01:10 min | 5 d ago

Scientists work to protect fish could be undone by climate change

"Andrew Rosenberg has always felt most at at home near the see. I grew up on the ocean I've been sailing since I was two years old by knew that whatever I was going to do I was gonna work on the ocean. He made good on that promise. He earned degrees in fisheries science oceanography and biology and has studied and promoted ocean health for more than forty years. In the nineties. Rosenberg worked for the National Marine Fisheries Service there he helped develop regulations to address overfishing in New England and the mid Atlantic. He says, fish populations have slowly started to recover, but now climate change threatens to undo that Progress I spent a lot of my career and a lot of blood sweat and tears on trying to and problems of overfishing, and now we have another major human impacts problem that might wipe out those accomplishments. The Gulf of Maine where Rosenberg lives is warming faster than almost any other spot in the world's oceans species such as lobsters and clams are already moving north or to deeper colder waters. So Rosenberg says preventing overfishing is no longer enough to protect ocean ecosystems. The world must limit global warming.

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Wil There Be A 2020 Season For The Dolphins

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:48 min | 5 d ago

Wil There Be A 2020 Season For The Dolphins

"The Dolphins just had their first player opt out of the season, the wide receiver Allen Hurns decided believe he's got a baby on the way. And so there's There's reason why players decided not to play this season question is that we're gonna have a year it all well. We're pleased to be joined by a Mondo Salgueiros of Miami Herald columnist covering the Miami Dolphins, the NFL The author of the upcoming book 100 Things Dolphin Fans should know and do Before they die. I will be out on September 8. And you follow him on Twitter at Armando saw Gary Marty Armando. Good morning, Jimmy. How are you, sir? I'm doing pretty well, my friend. I hope one of the things in your new upcoming book 100 things to do before Dolphin fans need to Dubuque and no, before they die is Actually being able to watch a dolphin football game in 2000 and 20. Do you think that'll happen? Well, I believe that there will be ableto watch a game or two or five. You know, at the beginning of the season, I don't think that's the major challenge a cz we've seen with the other sports. The launch is possible and the launch is often successful. I don't know about the landing. And the reason is, obviously you know, no one can for tell what the situation is going to be around the nation in December. In January. We don't know what we don't know. So I think that it's pretty fair to say that the NFL season will we'll get off on time. The Dolphins play the New England Patriots on September 13th. And I'm pretty confident that you know that game will will happen. But if you're gonna ask me well, will they be in Buffalo? Ah for the final game of the season in January. There's no way I can tell you that. You know, it's a tough call right now. I mean, you look at the Marlins and now what happened there and lower matter where they sit around in a circle or something. What were they doing? It's just discernibly. Um, are you allowed out there our mother or the the beat reporters a lot out there or not at this Att. This point during the acclamation period, and that's what they're going through now with strength and conditioning and walk throughs. The teams, or at least the Dolphins have not opened there. Their practice field and facility to reporters. In August, August 17th when they actually begin padded practices. Uh, you know, the field will be open to us. We will be able to see And watch the practices from the stands. You know, while they're on the

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Tropical Storm Isaias Batters East Coast

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Tropical Storm Isaias Batters East Coast

"Cleanup is underway along the East coast after a tropical storm wreak havoc from the Carolinas to New England. Here. CBS is Michael George Isa is spawned. At least 20 tornadoes has moved up the East coast as a tropical storm packing 70 mile per hour winds that ripped apart homes in New Jersey. At least two people, including a 60 year old Queens, New York, man were crushed to death. By falling tree in all six people are reported dead from the

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Tropical Storm Isaias kills at least 4

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Tropical Storm Isaias kills at least 4

"Storm warnings are now posted from Watch Hill Road Island to Stonington main, including in tuck it and Martha's Vineyard Ista. Yes, has knocked out power to thousands of New England. After blasting its way across the Eastern seaboard. It spawned tornadoes and ocean City, New Jersey, where Madeleine Fisher grabbed a camera. I was a little bit fearful, but we are houses on stilts, so our house was kind of swaying in the winds, at least for US deaths are blamed on the damage from the storm. It's

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Tornadoes leave trail of destruction along East Coast

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Tornadoes leave trail of destruction along East Coast

"Is in effect for most of Southern New England until nine PM is Tropical Storm Visayas moves moves up up the the East East Coast Coast At At first first it it is is a a hurricane hurricane in in North North Carolina. Carolina. Two Two people people were were killed killed when when a a suspected suspected tornado tornado tour tour through through Burti Burti County, County, North North Carolina, Carolina, Sheriff Sheriff John John Holly. Holly. It's It's nothing nothing there. there. You You could could look look across across the the field, field, you you can can actually actually see see the the frame frame of of a a mobile mobile home. home. Across Across the the field. field. Vehicles Vehicles are are turned turned over over vehicle vehicle a a power power top. top. Of each other is just very saying Mary Davis lives in Suffolk, Virginia. The Lord spared us for another day way have so many friends and family that have Reached out and they're helping New

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How To Build Wealth and Personal Freedom Fast with Andrew "Cobra" Tate

Radical Personal Finance

05:37 min | 6 d ago

How To Build Wealth and Personal Freedom Fast with Andrew "Cobra" Tate

"To my understanding that you come from across the continents you're born in the United States grew up in England. You've been involved in chess from an early age, your world champion, kickboxer, and an entrepreneur in a number of very businesses. Do I have most of that? Pretty well, right. That's yeah. That's pretty much. Exactly correct. Yeah. Very businesses this and that, but they're all doing. Okay. So love to know a little bit more about your personal background I've invited you on the show to talk about wealth building and the tagline of radical personal finances that dual fold mandate of living well today while also building applying for financial freedom and I've observed that you seem to do both those things fairly well, you have a lifestyle that's intensely focused on freedom, but you've also done a pretty good job of living well today I see posts all over social media view supercars and and your girlfriends and. Traveling around the world with your boys. So how did you wind up? Where did you start and how did you wind up today? Tell us a little bit about your journey with wealth. Yes. So I am one of those people who always really wanted to be rich and I didn't want to be rich because of material things I've always been one of the people who didn't like listening to the rules I was always attracted to freedom and I learned at early age that freedom usually comes with money I mean shirl there's some rich people who are constrained by their money but if you do things right, you get the freedom. Money can certainly by a degree of freedom. So I was not raised in a rich family. My family was actually much more on the poor rent. So when they got the forest and social housing in the UK, my father was a professional chess player which doesn't pay much money at all. So I'm not from any kind of financial. Hereditary. There's no I didn't get any Any money within the family members died I wasn't taught anything about money from a young age. I was just always attracted to freedom. Delta's very attracted to for a long time. So I always wanted to be rich for as long as I can remember even though even though like most poor kids kind of sit and think all I want to be rich, I'll never be able to or whatever. I was one of those poor kids now goes okay. There's there's obviously a way to do it, and that's how I get a life full of freedom. So I'm going to find a way to do it so I was always motivated to have it. And that's it. Yeah and then I, I was fighting for a long time that never paid the bills. So I mean it paid the bills but never made me rich. So I had to start thinking of other things and you know one thing leads to another beer I am. So trace the journey with regard to wealth over with regard to your career your business. From my research sounds like you've been involved in a number of different things but your parents divorced when you were young moved into social housing with your mother and your siblings but then something happened whereas now you're traveling the world driving supercars living in a mansion in Romania Cetera. What was that pass through business for you? Okay. So by my financial story is quite short, really I went to. I. I was unhappy with school and the reason for this is pretty simple when I was growing up in America my parents are still together because I moving when they divorced when I was growing up in America, I was moved up three grades and I was playing a lot of my father was a chess grandmaster. I was on track to be chess grandmaster. I was playing chess scholastically with. The schools and I was Indiana state chess champ h five and doing chess. So when they split up my mother who's originally originally English, want to go back to her family in England I came to England and there was no chess in the schools. The British system is less ruthless than the American system. They don't like moving people upgrades they don't like you know really segment people by. It's far more of socialist. I guess you know we're all the same and I found school I found very, very boring. So I didn't try very hard. So by the time I graduated from school is sixteen my attendance rate had dropped to twenty, twenty, five percent average and the reason for that was simple. If I saw someone up to the gas station and Lamborghini. I didn't sit there and think he worked really hard school. I sat there and call he is either a drug dealer or he's broken the rules or there's some hack here he's pack the Matrix everyone goes to school has a Lamborghini. So to me school was absolutely a waste of time. That's what I believe to be. So I stopped going basically. I passed all my. Season B.'s even though I only twenty five percent attendance and my father were very mad and and even my teachers like you're capable of so much more you could have easily gone a but because you didn't come get it up. So I decided to go to college and try really hard to prove a point. So I went to college afterwards I studied business I studied. The four hardest a-levels is called New Kias physics math. Political. Science and. Business degree. I start studying them all and I did so well, it all of them that even though there was eight exams by my sixth exam by the time, it was over I already had as inevitable subject. So then they gave me some other advanced testing which I did very well, and and I offered a scholarship to university university in England. Much chimerical cost money if think big loan, etc etc.. So I was offered the scholarship to a business university and I came home told my mother and then tomorrow wasn't though So she she went crazy. She was like what? This is one hundred, thousand euros a free education. What are you going to do? What do you mean? You'RE NOT GONNA. Go you already messed up school and now you did so well in college and you're GonNa go what you do instead and I said I'm going to become a kickboxing world champion.

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Isaias downgraded to tropical storm over eastern N. Carolina

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Isaias downgraded to tropical storm over eastern N. Carolina

"Hurricane these ideas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall late last night in North Carolina it with eighty five mile per hour winds downing trees causing hundreds of thousands of power outages in bringing rain and storm surge that flooded homes and roads national hurricane center specialist Robby Burke says he say yes is still packing a punch with heavy rain flash flooding dangerous surf and now seventy mile per hour winds don't think that should be very strong and gusty winds that will affect much of the mid Atlantic and northeast again over the next day or two so don't be surprised if because the centers made landfall that it's going to become very much under tornado watch is in effect today from North Carolina to southern New England I'm Julie Walker

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NFL Sets Opt Out Period. Thought On NBA Bubble. Pac-12 Players Set Demands. - burst 1

One and Dunne Radio

02:43 min | Last week

NFL Sets Opt Out Period. Thought On NBA Bubble. Pac-12 Players Set Demands. - burst 1

"We actually went to Walmart the other day. And we just Austin ran into China, walk without a mess and I'm like, what do you need doing? Just do it just where the? The stop them at the door give him a mass. Just where your mass to. Say. About that process. But my point, I'm trying to say some timeout the NFL. The NFL has pushed the opt out period to Thursday at four PM. Now, it was obvious. It was actually a pushed up to Tuesday or Wednesday. And then according from, Patriots, came out and said. Privilege called the NFL rushing us to do this. This is the thing. The NFL is a business. Okay. The NFL is just trying to figure out who is it? WHO's not? And I'm less and I get when this first came out I'm thinking myself. What the heck is the NFL doing they are making these guys decide. Obviously there's been so many players show fight about deller forty, three, forty, five players have opted out of the season so far eight from the New England patriots. So I, understand what according to saying, why forcing us to do this Today. This is business. A have guidelines in place at the facilities at the buildings that were at the compounds to make sure. To try Insures excuse me. That, we are minimizing positive tests that if everyone does their part. We should not have any more tests. Positive cases but some players still do do or do not feel safe Patrick Mahomes came out and said, he feels a lot better with what the NFL is put in place. Obviously his name, his opinion can carry a lot of weight. For other players. But there are still plays out there saying forget it. I'm not GONNA do it. And now with the deadline? At four PM. Is Actually what I'm very curious about. What. Happens if someone does after the this deadline do they face? Permits. Do they actually just say we're not GONNA pay your one fifty. Is that what happens? As of right now, I'm not seeing anything on there.

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Shenanigans Again

Your Brain on Facts

04:19 min | Last week

Shenanigans Again

"Parents are naturally worried for their children and it doesn't seem to take much to send them into a tizzy. and. It's not just parents. We as people are pretty prone to overreacting to the first piece of information we receive. Modern media makes the spreading of these new urban legends basically effortless. But false panics and hoaxes are far from a new invention. Always. been with us. Most people know the story surrounding Orson Welles radio play the war of the worlds by H. G. Wells. No relation it was presented in the form of a newscast detailing the invasion of earth by beings from another world clearly bent on our destruction. Listeners thought the broadcast was real. There was mayhem in the streets as as many as a million people fled their homes or armed themselves and made ready to fight off the alien hordes. We know all about the panic that this radio play cost it was in all the papers. Therein lies the problem. Newspapers of the day greatly exaggerated the situation. To begin with not that many people were tuned in to the Mercury Theatre on the air that evening only two percent of households with radios even heard the play. which repeatedly identified itself as such during the performance. Some CBS radio affiliates even cut away from the broadcast in favor of local programming further shrinking the potential audience. Most people were listening instead to the ratings, Juggernaut, ventriloquist at Gergen. I still fail to understand how a ventriloquist act really worked on the radio. If it makes you happy. So. Why then if so few people. and. Fewer still were confused by it did newspapers separately and independently make the situation sound much worse than it was. They were motivated by fear not of aliens but of the radio. The wireless radio was the first real threat to the superiority of the newspaper as the public's primary source of information. Reporters and editors saw this as an opportunity to prove to advertisers and regulators that radio was dangerous irresponsible and not to be trusted. A similar thing happened in. England. Twelve years earlier with a fictitious report that an angry mob of unemployed workers were running amok in London looting and destroying everything in sight. The National Gallery had been ransacked the Savoy hotel blown up. The houses of parliament were being attacked with trench mortars and the Big Ben. Clock, tower had been raised to the ground. Like any good radio play? The narration was accompanied by sound effects. Of Fear Few people did take to the streets, even fleeing past the famous buildings that had been reportedly destroyed while others desperately clogged police phone lines. The BBC tried to ease tensions by reminding people that the report was a comedy skit entitled broadcasting in the barricades. anding their message with London is safe Big Ben is still chiming and all his well. You can't trust the BBC at least we can still rely on armed forces, radio. People fought until nineteen, forty seven. When in May W v TR in Tokyo began to issue a series of bulletins about a twenty foot high monster that had risen from the sea to lay waste to the area. Bullets were useless against this dragon like creature listeners could hear terrified shrieks, people shouting orders over bullhorns, heavy weapons and Massu vehicles rolling by. When the beast reached downtown and the intrepid reporter who provided the play by play snuck closer, the monster opened its mouth. And congratulated T.. R. On its fifth anniversary in a high soprano voice. That's right an hour's worth of breaking news to pat themselves on the back. During the broadcast police phone lines were tied up with people trying to get information.

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Shenanigans Again

Your Brain on Facts

04:38 min | Last week

Shenanigans Again

"In two, thousand, three Oprah Winfrey used her massive daytime television platform to warn millions of people that teenage girls were attending parties, wearing wild shades of lipstick and performing oral sex on boys. The boy with the most colors of lipstick smudges would win the accolade of his peers. These were called Rainbow Parties. The story was picked up by newspapers television stations across the country parents were panicking. There was one small detail that Oprah missed though. There had not been a single verifiable instance of a Rainbow Party F-. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Parents are naturally worried for their children and it doesn't seem to take much to send them into a tizzy. and. It's not just parents. We as people are pretty prone to overreacting to the first piece of information we receive. Modern media makes the spreading of these new urban legends basically effortless. But false panics and hoaxes are far from a new invention. Always. been with us. Most people know the story surrounding Orson Welles radio play the war of the worlds by H. G. Wells. No relation it was presented in the form of a newscast detailing the invasion of earth by beings from another world clearly bent on our destruction. Listeners thought the broadcast was real. There was mayhem in the streets as as many as a million people fled their homes or armed themselves and made ready to fight off the alien hordes. We know all about the panic that this radio play cost it was in all the papers. Therein lies the problem. Newspapers of the day greatly exaggerated the situation. To begin with not that many people were tuned in to the Mercury Theatre on the air that evening only two percent of households with radios even heard the play. which repeatedly identified itself as such during the performance. Some CBS radio affiliates even cut away from the broadcast in favor of local programming further shrinking the potential audience. Most people were listening instead to the ratings, Juggernaut, ventriloquist at Gergen. I still fail to understand how a ventriloquist act really worked on the radio. If it makes you happy. So. Why then if so few people. and. Fewer still were confused by it did newspapers separately and independently make the situation sound much worse than it was. They were motivated by fear not of aliens but of the radio. The wireless radio was the first real threat to the superiority of the newspaper as the public's primary source of information. Reporters and editors saw this as an opportunity to prove to advertisers and regulators that radio was dangerous irresponsible and not to be trusted. A similar thing happened in. England. Twelve years earlier with a fictitious report that an angry mob of unemployed workers were running amok in London looting and destroying everything in sight. The National Gallery had been ransacked the Savoy hotel blown up. The houses of parliament were being attacked with trench mortars and the Big Ben. Clock, tower had been raised to the ground. Like any good radio play? The narration was accompanied by sound effects. Of Fear Few people did take to the streets, even fleeing past the famous buildings that had been reportedly destroyed while others desperately clogged police phone lines. The BBC tried to ease tensions by reminding people that the report was a comedy skit entitled broadcasting in the barricades. anding their message with London is safe Big Ben is still chiming and all his well. You can't trust the BBC at least we can still rely on armed forces, radio. People fought until nineteen, forty seven. When in May W v TR in Tokyo began to issue a series of bulletins about a twenty foot high monster that had risen from the sea to lay waste to the area. Bullets were useless against this dragon like creature listeners could hear terrified shrieks, people shouting orders over bullhorns, heavy weapons and Massu vehicles rolling

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The search for ancient civilizations on Earth ... from space

Short Wave

07:35 min | Last week

The search for ancient civilizations on Earth ... from space

"Okay. So first off Sarah Park is kind of a big deal. She's helped uncover prehistoric commented fossils in eroded canyon lake beds, an ancient amphitheater under an airport in Rome and Egypt, which is her specialty. She's uncovered thousands of settlements including more than a dozen pyramids. Are you tired the perpetually, but it's okay. She's written about those discoveries by the way in a recent book called archaeology from. From Space and yes, Sarah does go to sites and do some real digging in the dirt archaeological excavation. But her superpower is analyzing satellite imagery and data to know where to dig in the first place. Most of the imagery I use is called optical satellite imagery. So so it stayed essentially taken from light that's reflected off the surface and looking for changes in patterns we're looking for. How things relate to one another, and hopefully, that will indicate where there could potentially be archaeological sites or features with insights, and then we get to go out on the ground and do serve mapping and excavate them. When you say you use satellite images, what are we talking about a week? Where do those images come from and kind of how do you manipulate them? So it's a, it's a range of different satellite images. So if we're interested in looking really really large landscapes, we use data from NASA but if we're looking. Looking. At very high resolution satellite images, we use the essentially the imagery that you see on Google Earth, which is from a company called Knox our technologies that challenge with that data is that we can't see through trees. I'm dealing with rainforests, of Central, America or Southeast Asia or forest say in New England. Then we use Technology Coal Ladar which tends for light detection and ranging, and that's Eliezer mapping system that you put on an airplane or a drone or a UNLV essentially allowing you to remove trees and see what's there. In your book, you also explain how archaeologists now have the ability to detect temperature differences below the ground. Why? Yes. How first of all cool second of all, how does that work and why is that important? So one particular part of the light spectrum that is really really useful for for the work that we do is the thermal infrared. So if you have anything that's buried and is a chamber or avoid like a room, a tomb a very passageway, you know if it's kind of. Of like when you go into a basement or a wine cellar, you know the temperature drops a couple of degrees. So by using thermal infrared, you can see these very subtle differences in temperature, and if say an area shows up with a lower temperature, that's the shape of a rectangle. Okay. There's something that's there that we may need to check out right in Salt Lake. You're like cake in archaeologists out of business, right? So it's like you still end up going in there. It just kind of. Of helps like going in there and digging stuff up and looking at stuff with different techniques. It's basically just giving you a good idea of like there might be something here, right ex-. Exactly I mean the coolest part of my job I think is the actual physical excavation and that so time consuming and so what the satellites allow us to do is not just fine sites, but also track over time potential threats to them. So whether it's rising water whether it's urbanization or development, maybe there are. are other issues that could be affecting. The sites would allows it's a tool that allows geologists to help, monitor and protect sites right, and and so you even kind of tried to estimate like obviously estimating how many more archaeological sites might be out there, and it's in like the millions right I. I think I estimated and I'm probably I probably not going to give the right number guy the book even though it was the summer, it was Sarah, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, sixty, seventy. Eighty ninety. So. Yeah. So so basically I think something like forty, million, fifty, million sites left to find. But like I could be wrong, it could be one, hundred, million, it could be ten, million North Y'all just yet has written me an angry email saying how dare you? Thank, like I think I was pretty on the mark. So. There's another thing that I kind of wanted to talk to you because I don't talk to that many archaeologists, you know what I mean, but now at my own show and they can't stop me, Sarah. So. Can we talk a little bit about how colonialism and archaeology have intersected in the past and and maybe how it still does now, and what we can do about that? I? Guess that's a big question for you. The big question and it's something I and my colleagues think about. A. Lot. So first of all I, have to acknowledge that that archaeology especially, egyptology. It both those fields as well as anthropology, they have deeply racist colonialist routes. All of them, you know Westerners parachute in. Do their projects were essentially archaeological tourists that were probably rank. rankle a lot of my colleagues I. don't care someone needs to speak out about this and they leave which is, which is appalling. You know I pay guards around at the site where I work at list. I have very close relationships with the village My. My education course staff. I speak to them every single week and and at the end of the day, it's about those relationships. So I think we all have to do a lot of hard stares in the mirror at ourselves and ask what are we taking and what are we leaving? Are we training? Are we providing equipment and materials? What else should we be doing to create some more parody and the in the work that we're doing and I'm not the only one doing this by there's so many colleagues both in Egypt and elsewhere are being which were intentional. But I think we have to ask a lot of hard questions. You talk in the book about the importance of discoveries in how a few small discoveries can impact a field more than like a headline worthy discovery, which I. Really like because I think as a person, who's you know been a part of the scientific process. It's frustrating when you know only the big kind of discoveries. Get credit for changing fields. When in reality, it is those little findings you know what I mean. So I'll get, I'll give you an example a colleague and friend of mine few row him a fee. Fi is currently leading excavations in an area near the Valley of the Kings in Egypt and he and his team just uncovered a new workmen's village. So it's a place where men would have stayed and lived as they were constructing tombs in the Valley of the Kings. and kind of compared to other discoveries, not just in Egypt, but but elsewhere, it really didn't get much play but I think it's one of the most extraordinary discoveries in. Egypt. In the last twenty years, we only know of one other workmen's village in West Bank in Luxor. It's an unbelievable fine because it's going to tell us about the daily life of the people who lived and worked. You know three, thousand, three, hundred, three, thousand, five, hundred years ago, right up and to me, it's those discoveries that are most interesting. All Right Sarah. Park. We appreciate you. This is a lot of fun likewise. Thank you so much. Go go go to bed I I. Learned. They're GONNA pay you. Thanks to Sarah. Park. You can read about her work and her book, which is called archaeology from space, how the

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Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac explains why he didn't take knee or wear Black Lives Matter shirt Friday

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

06:50 min | Last week

Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac explains why he didn't take knee or wear Black Lives Matter shirt Friday

"We had an incredible opening weekend of games name a star level player that player delivered at least once if not twice over the first three or four nights of the NBA's restart here in Orlando, we had crazy comeback wins. By the Houston Rockets, we had a dominant performance by. Jaanus over some little pesky pip squeak team from New England I forget who they might be. We got Marcus smart got fined for trying to work the officials. We've got storylines upon story lines. The clippers bounce back from their loss to the Lakers. Looking excellent and just throttling the New Orleans Pelicans. There's so many different directions that we can go Michael that I decided. Here's what we're GONNA do opening weekend heaters we're GONNA have just open ended questions are we're going to ping pong back and forth you give me your answers I'm going to give you my answers to these questions and try to cover as much ground as possible before we get there though I do want to double back quickly on the national anthem demonstrations that we touched on last episode, we got so many thoughtful emails from various members of the open floor globe on this subject, but I think there was a major development after we spoke on Friday. and. That involve Jonathan Isaac Meyers. Leonard Gregg Popovich Becky Hammon and one of the NBA referees all deciding to not kneel to not really participate in what had been in unified demonstration on Thursday. All of those people who chose to stand were obviously doing it on principle and they were doing it knowing there was going to be a lot of attention their direction. Now, if you look at Popovich amend the referee essentially, they were trying to just say, Hey, I support the the Social Justice Movement it's it's a private or personal decision for the referee said look I it's important to me to stand Meyers Leonard made a similar comment. Essentially. Saying that his brothers military service in the in the military service of close people in his life led him to WanNa stand to salute the flag. But within Isaac was a slightly different case and he actually used this entire demonstration opportunity to almost have a one man demonstration of his own. In his belief, the idea of the black lives matters movement quote unquote doesn't go hand in hand with supporting black lives. He also said that you know we shouldn't be necessarily judging things solely based on skin color that we should be trying to live a life basically you know in God's mold and try to live up to his standard, and that Jesus Christ was his personal savior and and that he wanted everyone to focus on that. Aspect of of living rather than the particular issue that was being brought forward with the black lives matter movement by the players he didn't really get any major pushback. Within the NBA Community people respected his right to make a stand. He actually not only did he stand during the national anthem? He didn't wear a black lives matter t shirt which many people notice because he was essentially the only player not to do that his whole personal story Michael took a crazy twist over the weekend and sad twist when he wound up tearing his ACL injury that's going to end his time here in Orlando obviously but also could cost him all of next season. So now talk about a whirlwind seventy, two hours for player who generated millions of us with his comments about the protests. I'm curious. Let's start with Jonathan Isaac. What did you make of his decision? After we've seen things settle in the last couple of days You know maybe it doesn't seem quite as Eye Opening as it did at that moment, but I'll admit I was I was surprised to see given the buy in from everybody on opening night. Right, I mean I just WanNa Start and say that it it really really is a bummer to see anyone get injured but particularly is ICK who was already on restriction he was already playing with a humongous brace on his leg from a previous injury that cost him a majority of this regular season before it was suspended. So I just I feel for him greatly. I I think generally speaking. The coverage of who stands in who sits I mean we talked about this heading in anticipated it I. Think I think the coverage is generally besides the point and it doesn't really get the point I feel like people are using. This as an opportunity to shame those who are standing in a little bit I mean Meyers Leonard. said, he couldn't sleep before he made the decision to stand and that's just like not. The whole focus or the point here right like. You can obviously Support Black lives and also stand for the national anthem. It is a symbolic gesture that is what it is in the case of Isaac. I really had a difficult time understanding even what his message was until you interpreted it the way that you did I mean I watched the clip of Him Multiple Times survey there I'm GonNa just GonNa read what he said I and then we can use that as a jumping off point because I don't WanNa torture what he said earlier and I might have done that. So sorry for that. He says quote absolutely I believe that black lives matter kneeling while wearing a black lives matter t shirt doesn't go hand in hand with supporting black lives. I. Don't think kneeling or putting on a T. shirt for me personally is the answer i. Feel like for me, black lives are supported through the Gospel. All lives are supported through the Gospel. We all have things that we do wrong. Sometimes, it gets into a place of pointing fingers. We all fall short of God's glory whoever will humble themselves and seek God and repent of their sins. We can see our mistakes and people's mistakes and evil in a different light. Racism isn't the only thing that flags our society, our nation and our world, and he basically said he wanted this conversation to get out of the realm of skin color because the answer to all of our problems in everything that goes on in our world is Jesus. So. when I watched the clip. I'll I'll be honest. I was a little confused where he was going to after typing it all out trying to marinate on what he was saying I think he essentially wanted to have a demonstration on behalf of his religious beliefs and that this was an opportunity for him to say look you know focusing only on one particular group I. Guess in his view, the black lives matter group and you know everybody wearing a t-shirt doesn't necessarily achieve the wider goal which would be presumably healthy living. You know honest living you know Living which to him as a higher priority I think that's where he was going with his statements.

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The Most Dangerous Fruit in America

Gastropod

05:55 min | Last week

The Most Dangerous Fruit in America

"To start our watermelon adventure, we called one of the world's great watermelon. Harry Paris he has worked on watermelon science per years as part of Israel's agricultural research. Service. Well, I think the first thing that comes to the first two syllables water right? This is a true rich table. which has a lot of water and which actually probably the first use by people of this particular natural products. Was To quench thirst I've spent summers in Israel, and it is basically watermelon paradise but that's not actually were Harry I fell in love with a watermelon it all started when his dad grew watermelons in the backyard in their home in Brooklyn in the nineteen sixties then Harry gave watermelon farming himself fifteen years old and there was a new variety called Crimson sweets that came out and plans at a few seats in the garden and Lo and behold by the fall we got one nice big sweet high quality watermelon fruit. That we grew in the backyard in Brooklyn and from then on I was just hoped. Harry was well ahead of the local war hipster curve in Brooklyn but the watermelon is neither from Brooklyn nor from Israel, in fact, its origins are a little bit of a mystery. One of the big headlines was back in the mid nineteenth century when the British explorer David Livingstone went to the southern African deserts and low and behold. It was the year in which there was more rain than average and he found a large areas just covered with wild watermelons. He's wild watermelons were hard but does the name says have water say to pound them and so on and so forth but you could squeeze the water out of them David Livingston was searching for the source of the Nile. But apparently, he was also as a side hustle looking for other sources like the source of our sweet watermelons and people thought he'd founded the wild ancestor but Livingston was wrong about the source of the Nile and as it turns out now. We know he was wrong about those wild watermelons to now that scientists can examine the DNA of melons. They found that the Kalahari desert wild melon that Livingston came upon is not the ancestor of our sweet watermelon. But DNA is just one of the tools that scientists are using to try to figure out where and when the watermelon was domesticated, you can't just use one approach. You have to use an archaeology approach you have to use clients science you have to use. Linguistics you have to go into literature some of it'll some of an ancient. And even more than that. Of course, with the latest that we know genetics and genome can assist us first of all the plant Science Livingston was at least on the right continent because there are wild watermelons of various different species all over. Africa. So the wild relatives watermelon their fruits are smaller and rounder not elongate. They have often perfectly round it small fruits the outside looks like a watermelon like little, green and white. But inside they all have this extremely bitter and usually white. Whitish pulpits azan Renner is a professor of biology at the University of Munich and she's another one of the world's watermelon expert Suzanne's as you could boil these Super Beta watermelons for jam or you could use them medicinally as kind of a purge to clean out your insides. Basically, the wild watermelon wasn't a tasty thing to eat raw at all. So where the desert watermelon comes from, there are two things that have to happen to these bitter wild melons to turn them into the watermelons. We love today to specific genetic mutations. The first one is a mutation. That switches off the production of bitchy chemicals and so this mutation occurs in nature as bad for the plan because the plant of course has this bitterness to defend itself not eaten so that the fruits would not be yeah for the plan is better to lose the bitterness but for us, it's good and we can only imagine that native people every once in a while tried one of these melons maybe for what may be hoping for something to chew on and found some that wasn't bitter Suzanne's scientists know what that mutation is and how to find it in. A melon they just to look and the second mutation is the one that turned it red inside rather than white the red colors also well understood this is well studied and it's a completely different set of teens. This is and other scientists know exactly which two mutations they're looking for. Those mutations aren't common and wild melon. So when did they happen? When were watermelons domesticated Harry says the place to look for those clues is archaeology in ancient Egyptian tombs. Archaeologists have found paintings of whole watermelons on a platter there oblong and striped watermelons today not round like the. Wild bitter ones but did those ancient Egyptian watermelons taste like the ones we eat did they have the mutations for sweetness and maybe for the red color the painting can't really tell you that. But fortunately, some other watermelon evidence has showed up in a four thousand year old Egyptian tomb complex the seeds and leaves from the tomb ended up at the q Royal Botanic Gardens in England Suzanne wanted to find out if those remains held any clues about whether the watermelon had already been domesticated by them. So she wrote to mark Nesbitt who coincidentally starred in our tonic. And who runs the economic botany collection at Q. and she asked if she could borrow a watermelon leaf from the tomb, it was in a glass box encased in a box and he opd mark opened it, and he said it hadn't been opened since eighteen seventy one or whenever singles arrived there then and her colleagues analyzed demand the leaf and I they were thrilled the watermelon leaf DNA did in fact, have the mutations that would have made the fruit sweet and read but then when you see fourteen Dating for this material that we had received for Mark Nesbitt, it turned out it was much younger than we thought it turns out the watermelon material in the two had been left there by a later visitor carbon dating showed it was from the late eighteen hundreds huge bummer.

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The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

Books and Boba

05:02 min | Last week

The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

"So, re-re yes. What do you want to start with this one? I think we should start with the author's background. and. Just like the inspiration behind Irvine. So. John Massey was born in England and she was raised in the US right now, she lives in Baltimore and her parents are from India and Germany. So she did a lot of traveling. She actually wrote another mystery series back in the nineties which was set in Tokyo while she was living in Japan and it's the Ray Chamara mystery series. But this book was more in the of own voices She did an incredible amount of research for the book I don't know if the people are goods forums read the acknowledgments at the very back but I tend to read all of the acknowledgments because I. I'm usually really curious as to who the author thank and it gives me like a sense of. Their journey when it came to writing the book and she. Massey doesn't have a background in law. She reached out to people reached out to legal historians at universities in. The US who specialize in South Asian law and also in Bombay she contacted magazine editors who are familiar with Parsi customs she went she actually went to Mumbai and she visited all of the historical institutions she reached out to like even railway experts. So she could figure out like how people were able to travel from one place to another and even with the food she I think she interviewed a bunch of like food writers as well. So like the food descriptions in this book are fantastic and our main character per wien is actually inspired by two. Women, attorneys. One of them was Cornelius One of them was Cornelius She was the first woman to read law at Oxford, and the first woman to take the British law exam in eighteen ninety to eighteen, ninety two that's a lot earlier than I would expect the first. First Indian woman to to study law, and the other women that appropriate is based on is Mathon Totta lung who also studied law in Oxford and whisk first woman admitted to the Bombay bar a back in one thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, three. So. Yeah like per Venus. This this book is set in the nineteen twenties. So yeah. It's actually it's really interesting that it's actually based on women who did practice law so Yeah. I mean it's I? Don't think reunite can claim to be experts in the cultures of India but this book real you can tell that the author did a lot of research especially to portray like Mumbai such Mambi during this time period, which was a pre partition it was it depicts a Mumbai that's very multicultural multifaith like a lot of different. People Customs Cultures Religions, and even value sets that kind of coexisting with each other which made for really interesting setting especially in the context of per wien enter father Jamshedi as lawyers who had to. Navigate these. Waters right because every single community has their own set of loss at they have to understand and know how to argue and just also takes place on the backdrop of this was when India was still in imperial colony, right is still part of the British empire and so you have the added. wrinkle of a colonizing power in the form of white people in the mix as well. Yeah Like you said, I'm I'm not an expert with a one thousand, nine, hundred twenty s India But in terms of like England nineteen twenties. So that was during George, the fifth Who was the grandson of Queen Victoria? It's so it's to rains after the Victorian era. So very the the the dad of the King's speech King Yes yes. So this was during time where there was a rise in socialism. And just. I. Think it was like at the height of the British empire and then it crumbled.

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Breaking Through at CVRx

MedTech Talk Podcast

05:33 min | Last week

Breaking Through at CVRx

"Welcome to the MED tech talk podcast your host Pardo and I'm very excited to welcome the deem yard CEO CRX to this edition of the podcast Nadeem has had the lustrous career starting at GE and then his GM of MEDTRONIC's navigation business but his biggest and most important challenges come CPR which we're going to focus on today for full disclosure. I've had the pleasure to get to know Nadeem over the past eight plus years, and for the last four I've been on the beam sport and killed as an investor in Cebu. Rx. and. I'm really looking forward to the conversation today. Deem it is great to have you on cats. Thank you jeff it's great to be with you today. Terrific will good what we have a lot of things to cover today and really want to focus on CBS which is turning into I think an incredibly exciting story. But of course, their their roots to the CRX story and maybe you can take us through that a little bit the genesis of. Both. The CRT is therapy in heart failure but also barracks. Absolutely Jeff. So I talk about heart failure it is. A devastating disease. Very expensive from a cost perspective, but also from the human side of things, patients unfortunately suffering from heart failure, end up having those episodes of congestive offense way as they feel that drowning, it's like a continuous waterboarding expedient just how painful that is right and unfortunately one of those episodes could lead to their death and. In the United States hot figure is the second most expensive disease. If we consider cancer as one disease, if you stopped separating cancer between breast cancer by cancer sets that hot figure becomes unfortunately the most expensive disease in the US. What is hot forget? It's. When the heart over the years of. Insult or injury to starts becoming larger the walls of the heart becoming thinner. And the heart's ability to pump blood to the system is compromised. And that's. Compromise happening in multiple forms. One of them is called synchrony when the left side and the right side of the heart start becoming disconnected from each other. So think about it like a car. Engine where have the cylinders not kill into properly? Than the COD would not produce horsepower that you need. You need to tune the car that is what's Artie Cardiac. Surgery synchronization therapy. Was designed to do they. You know put two pacemakers right now it's only one pacemaker with two wires. That's why they call it by basic they based both ventricles and they tried to synchronize the left and right side. That works wild if the heart is distinct honest. However in heart failure. Only thirty to forty percent of the patients have synchrony. That s of the patient's heart become lodged the world's thinner. But the left and right sides are still beating in harmony but not strong enough. And for those patients, unfortunately crt devices did not produce the results that WHO, hoping for. Ten fifteen years ago when we're testing them. And that is where our approach berry. Flex. Therapy comes into play. The genesis of this therapy goes back multiple decades not gonna go to the whole history with Dr Professor Bronwyn than his wife and everything, but nevertheless indie. Let me take one paper from Dr. Abraham. From nineteen ninety nine and that is about CRT devices. In this paper that was published in the New England. Journal of Medicine Dr Abraham demonstrated the sustained. That's or the sustained benefit of CRT. Comes from the fact that when you should denies the left side on the right side of the heart, the pulse pressure of the volume of the blood leaving the heart. Activates the Beverly Flex. In the cutouts dodgy. Trusting. Right. So those patients with this synchrony, you recent combined the left and the right. Now you're sending a pulse pressure strong enough you activate the battery flex let a convoluted way to do it. How did you see that actually signed to do it well? Alex secrets wandered in the body we went with a Wyatt directly into those better receptors in the. Wall and activate though cells. Jackie with. Why go all around right now, our device would work in all forms of heart failure, but we have to go in developed the evidence one by one and demonstrates and in our first. Quote Unquote. beachhead strategy. We selected a large segment of patients who are not able to be treated by CIT devices. Why not the eligible for Siasi devices? Those patients are those who do not have distinctly. Right. So they left the right side of the heart beating in synchrony, but heart is not strong enough. The walls fin the muscles of the heart are tired at the. Pump, the blood.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The countdown decamp continuous power by MASTERCLASS, were continuing to run through the burning questions surrounding the New England patriots heading in to training camp this season on Sierra goodwill here with Evan Lazar we're GonNa talk better. The Patriots Number One draft pick who? Had some concerns about because he's a D. Two player. He wasn't a big flashy name on everyone's draft board, but he is expected to be have significant contribution in his rookie season, but first we're GONNA. Talk about what that pick in the second round means for Patrick Chung. What are your thoughts on that? We're looking at Patrick Chung season last year, Sierra it was one of his worst in coverage now. Sometimes those things don't necessarily carry over to the next year. Guys were cover guys bounce back, but we look at US statistics last year his highest. Highest career completion percentage into his coverage also allowed over nine yards per reception after allowing only seven yards per reception the year before, so his stats in coverage have dipped as play as just a little bit where that door I think is opening up for the next guy to Kinda. Usher itself in so whether it's Kyle Duggar or Adrian Phillips. Terrence Brooks or one of those other hybrids safety type at the Patriots have stocked up on over the last couple of years despite that contract extension for effort, Patrick Chung excuse me in May. It's still kinda. Looks to me like bill might have the future in mind here with is like Duggar. Guys like Adrian Phillips now under contract without chunk played last season. And we know Bill Belichick doesn't usually throw rookies right into the fire on defense, especially playing big majority of the snaps of dumber is expected to have a significant role on special teams in. We can talk about that as well, but do you think he can carve out a spot for him on his defense year one while it's a good question, I think especially in this off season where there's such a little lead up to the. The, regular season at least planned for right now it's going to be tough for any rookie to get up to speed and get up to speed in order to be contributor in year one. What alone a guy like Duggar? WHO's making the lead from the D.? Two level to the NFL by do think that there are snaps for him to win and I think the main one is probably going after Doron. Harmon snaps as that. That backup free safety the Devin mccourty as a guy that can play over the top and play deep in both single high and too high structures now Douger is not necessarily known for doing things in the box like people might think you know coming up in covering tight ends in covering up coming up and playing in the boxes sort of pseudo linebacker. He actually played more in college in the deep part of the field than he. He did do a nat, so maybe has a little bit more experienced and a little bit more comfortability playing in the deep after the third of the field, let alone playing kind of in the box and being that tight end stopper Alah Patrick. Chung, so that's the quickest way for him. Onto the field as a rookie is taking over for Harmon, instead of taking over for Chongwe because the Patriots do have Chung Phillips they have. Who Turns Brooks who I mentioned earlier have a bunch of veteran players at at sort of Swiss army knife position that Chung glaze, so doug. I think quickest way on the field for him is playing center field by wouldn't be surprised if we see him in that Chung role not too far from now. Yeah, pretty deep, secondary overall for the Patriots this season. Season but as our countdown.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:36 min | Last month

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. Trade rumors are swirling about Titan. David Joko of the Cleveland. Browns in the New England patriots are being thrown in the mix I'm Sierra goodwill here with Evan Lazar? This might seem strange because we know. The Patriots just picked up those two tight ends third round of the draft. But why is he being linked to? The Patriots doesn't make sense. Could they afford him well? They can't afford them and I think it does make a little bit of. Of Sense, although I have my reservations, but really what happened with chocolate in Cleveland is that the browns went out there. They signed Austin Hooper to a lucrative free agent contract this past, and then they went undrafted Harrison Bryant mackey award winner in college football last year in the fourth round, so they went and got tight ends and added those guys to the roster. You look at Jockey skillset. He's really a big wide receiver. He is not A. A tight end that's GONNA put his hand in the dirt and block people in front of him, but he's extremely matchup proof of really great matchup weapon at Chesapeake. You can move them inside. He can move in the slot. You can move them outside and play outside receiver. He was a red zone weapon for the browns when he was out there and he wasn't dealing with injuries, so I think that there's a lot of upside there in terms. Terms of him as a receiver, and he can really come in and be a matchup weapon and be a guy at the Patriots. Other teams will have the game plan against if he does come here. New England you. Other teams are GonNa say how are we going to match up with this six-foot-five tight end? That can move like that. It's a very difficult for opposing defenses in. That's why some teams are really interested in jockey right now. Only know that the Patriots were really high on Devin AC- ASEAN. They think don Keane could be a great compliment. So why would this make sense? Would he be a good fit for the Patriots offense while you've. That's the biggest question mark for me here Sierras. You just gave up a hall to go trade up in the draft draft Devon. Siasi and Dalton came where he gave up multiple. Multiple picks to make those picks happen, so do you want invest another draft pick? Let's say at third or fourth round or based off of the rumors at Cleveland on the tight end position again. Yeah, we listened to Bill Bell Talk to us about the wide receiver position how they used the first round. Pick on the Keel Harry. Then they traded a second for mom. It's new and he. He seemed pretty reluctant about using that. Many assets at one position group, so it wouldn't surprise me if he said that about wide receivers, and then he went out, and traded a third round pick for Jaakko in the same sort of vein with that being said, this is an interesting season. It's different from the past and what we'd ever experienced before and asking to rookie tight ends to come. Come in here and make an impact with no. Ota's with no minicamp with very little training camp as a big SORTA ASS now I know Jock who hasn't played in the Patriot system, but he's played in the League before Ryan. He's got some experience there in the NFL. So that's the difference I. Think Right now, and you'll talk about guys like cloudy, or you're talking about guys in like. The Patriots do have young players at those positions. The question is is in the pandemic shorten season. Are they going to be able to get up to speed and time to make an impact in year one you know, remember last year. Chase a win. VICI is probably one of the better looking rookies. The Patriots have had in a couple years only played thirty percent of the snaps on defense, and that was in a full off season with a full lead up to the year, and he's still only. Only managed to get out there for thirty percent of the snap, so asking Dalton keen asking Debussy Look, at Gronk in two thousand ten. You know really great touchdown production, not grade. Receiving production necessarily didn't play a ton of snaps asking those two guys to really get into the mix immediately with the season with the lead up that we have had might be too big of an asthma. Be Tall order so maybe going out there and adding veteran presence like you could really help it things.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

04:37 min | Last month

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. In cloudy now linked to the New England patriots I'm Sierra goodwill here with Evan Lazar in just like Cam Newton. It seemed like a very far fetched idea that this would ever be possible because we know the Patriots were up against it when it came to the salary cap. Now we have some money. They have some space. Why does this make center white? Could this happen in? County could potentially come to New England now while it's just I offset. Offset this is all just internet rumor in hype at this point nothing from inside the organization at saying that cloudy is a real possibility, but with that being said this is sort of that perfect storm similar to Cam Newton. Where cloudy still on the market, there's clearly some pas about giving him a long term deal I, think both injury and the global pandemic are kind of combining into this perfect storm for cloudy where teams are reluctant to give out. Out Big money contracts with big term and big years on them right now, because of what's going on with the pandemic, unless you're the Kansas City chiefs, I guess that is, and then on top of that cloudy last year in Seattle, only three and a half three sacks. Excuse me for the seahawks a year ago, not exactly big pass. rusher statistics are big pass rusher production for him to cash out in free agency so now all the sudden cloudy. Cloudy is still without a team or a couple of weeks away training camp ESPN's John. Clayton is reporting that he opening or entertaining his mind to one of those one year, proven deals similarly to Cam Newton maybe in the eight to nine to ten million dollar range, so that eight to ten million dollar range it could be affordable for the Patriots now on an incentive laden deal you offer cloudy, six or seven million dollars, base salary and the offer. Incentives are escalators hits those from production standpoint. One of those very easy ones could be that sack total you know last year only has three say this year he's going to have three and a half, and we'll give him an extra two million bucks as a not likely to be earned incentive because he didn't do it last year, and it's a really easy number for cloudy to reach. The defensive end position is one that a lot of people have talked about for the Patriots lately as a potential area for trade targeted in addition. Do you think that clowning makes sense? Football lies for the Patriots Defense. I've really couldn't create in a lab. A better hybrid defense event for bill check into Damian cloudy He is explosive. He's athletic. He's fantastic against the run. That's really his calling card. He has developed not as quite as excitingly as people were expecting as a pass rusher. Rusher I think he's not that guy on the edge. You one on one against tackles is going to beat guys, but if you move around, you move his locations alignment around a little bit, you know inside against a guard, leaving him outside and running him in the scheme pressure like a game or a stunt, or pick player or something like that he can be an absolute terror on those types of plays the ways. The Patriots get guys free for pass rushing opportunities to rush the. The quarterback is exactly how cloudy can really affect the pass rusher or affect the quarterback in the similar way, so look at Houston tape was Romeo Cornell a similar defensive coordinator to Bill Belichick who has a history here in New England obviously, there's a lot of the same schemes that they're running in use a lot of the same blitz packages. A lot of the same games are stunts along the defensive line that cloudy did very very well in Houston. That would project extremely well here. Here in New England system as well so for cloudy. I think a one year deal with bill. Belichick is honestly a blessing in disguise. Completely reset his market. He'd really thrive here. And it gives versatility has the ability to play both on and off the of scrimmage with the hand in dirt or up in a two point stands inside outside. He's exactly what bill would want. In that type of edge rusher. The question is is. Does that price come down enough for this to happen? On for all of our new, England, Patriots Coverage. You can find it on our website. At CNS, media DOT COM in on our Youtube, channel at Patriots Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner Bet, online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer leading the way, but online has all the best ogden lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated NFL NBA, and UFC happening every day live for you to check out looking for something else other than sports, but online has hundreds of Live Casino, Games Poker tournaments, and all the best props in the business visit bet online dot ag, or use your mobile device. Enjoy now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online were online sportsbook experts..

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:55 min | Last month

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"Beneficial <Speech_Female> for <Speech_Female> the patriots receivers. <Speech_Female> I'm Sierra. <Speech_Female> Goodwill here <Speech_Female> with Evan Lazar. <Speech_Female> Nikiel Harry is <Speech_Female> really expected <Speech_Female> to take a major <Speech_Female> jump in his second <Speech_Female> NFL season. <Speech_Female> How <Speech_Female> does new in <Speech_Female> help <SpeakerChange> that <Speech_Male> development <Speech_Male> while the guy that I look <Speech_Male> back for Nikiel <Speech_Male> Harry and Cam Newton <Speech_Male> and sort of the model <Speech_Male> that they can look at. At <Speech_Male> is Kelvin <Speech_Male> Benjamin in two thousand <Speech_Male> fourteen, when he was a <Speech_Male> rookie with Carolina <Speech_Male> went for over a thousand <Speech_Male> yards in his first <Speech_Male> season in that offense, <Speech_Male> because him and Cam <Speech_Male> had a great relationship <Speech_Male> on back <Speech_Male> shoulder throws <Speech_Male> high point fades. <Speech_Male> Just throw the ball <Speech_Male> up and let the big guy make <Speech_Male> a play and that <Speech_Male> was something that the Patriots <Speech_Male> tried to. To do often last <Speech_Male> year with Nick Harry, <Speech_Male> but the timing, <Speech_Male> and just sort of the <Speech_Male> element of the offense <Speech_Male> has never really seemed <Speech_Male> to click with Tom Brady. <Speech_Male> Right never seemed to <Speech_Male> really work and the <Speech_Male> one thing that we looked <Speech_Male> into kill. We talk about his <Speech_Male> route, running the fact that <Speech_Male> releases <Speech_Male> at the line of scrimmage or <Speech_Male> as route breaks aren't necessarily <Speech_Male> as. As Christmas, you <Speech_Male> want them to be in timing <Speech_Male> the precision of his <Speech_Male> route. Running is <Speech_Male> exactly where <Speech_Male> you need to be. <Speech_Male> The quarterback like <Speech_Male> cameras going to be a lot. <Speech_Male> More space is <Speech_Male> going to be a lot more pressman <Speech_Male> coverage a <Speech_Male> lot less press coverage <Speech_Male> I should say because <Speech_Male> they have to worry about <Speech_Male> cam as a runner <Speech_Male> rights you're not going to. To be able <Speech_Male> to turn your back to the quarterback <Speech_Male> as often so <Speech_Male> you're going to see a little bit more zone <Speech_Male> a little bit more op <Speech_Male> coverage I think <Speech_Male> for the team <Speech_Male> moving forward for defenses <Speech_Male> against the Patriots <Speech_Male> moving forward I think all <Speech_Male> of that benefits <Speech_Male> Nicole Harry. They <Speech_Male> can get sort of that relationship <Speech_Male> that he <Speech_Male> had with Kelvin Benjamin <Speech_Male> where I <Speech_Male> know. Know when you have this type <Speech_Male> of body positioning <Speech_Male> of I. Throw it to your back <Speech_Male> shoulder. You're going to catch <Speech_Male> it nine times out of ten. <Speech_Male> That's the type <Speech_Male> of kind of relationship <Speech_Male> that I think that those <Speech_Male> two can kind of glean <Speech_Male> out of this. I'm really <Speech_Male> excited to see. <Speech_Male> If Cam can sort <Speech_Male> of bring out another side <Speech_Male> and Nikiel hearing <Speech_Male> on. On top of that you <Speech_Male> have the ability with cams <Speech_Male> legs to <Speech_Male> run zone. Read <Speech_Male> to run, rpo to <Speech_Male> run different types of concepts <Speech_Male> that can get <Speech_Male> Nicole Harry opportunities <Speech_Male> to create <Speech_Male> what the ball on his hands <Speech_Male> in after the catch <Speech_Male> opportunities, <Speech_Male> quarterback cam <Speech_Male> is always good <Speech_Male> for guys that went after <Speech_Male> the cash, and that's what in <Speech_Male> the kill. Harry can do <Speech_Male> and. And I think that's what the Patriots <Speech_Male> are going to do moving <Speech_Male> forward as rely <Speech_Male> on fifty <Speech_Male> ball skills, but also <Speech_Male> realize <Speech_Male> basically Nicole. <Speech_Male> Harry is a glorified <Speech_Male> running back in a lot of <Speech_Male> ways with the ball on this. And <Speech_Male> now they got two guys <Speech_Male> that are huge <Speech_Male> great ball, carriers <Speech_Male> and Cameron to kill. <Speech_Male> That can do a lot <Silence> of different things <SpeakerChange> together. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Not The rest of this receiving <Speech_Female> core <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> still the number one <Speech_Female> guy we know.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

02:54 min | Last month

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. There's no doubt that Cam Newton joining. The New England Patriots makes them much more competitive, not only in their division, but four the conference in as a super bowl contender. I'm Sierra. Goodwill here with Evan. Lazar. Odds are good now that the Patriots are going to be right there with the Buffalo Bills to compete for the AFC child that they've won for so many years in a row now. What do you think that the cam signing gives to the Patriots to make them such a contender? Now we'll give trump card is what it gives them. It gives them somebody at the quarterback position that can really schematically impact the game with his legs, and they have that ability now to be plus one against the run, so you know. Know they have seven blockers, and the Defense has eight will now the Patriots are playing it on eight, because the defense has to account for the quarterback, so I think the biggest thing is that it's going to free up a lot of different options for the Patriots. They can run different schemes that we haven't necessarily seen in new. England with a stationary quarterback Tom Brady and they have the ability now to really be an extremely effective running team and I think if you look at the past and look at other. Other running teams that have really pace themselves offensively with their run game. You're talking about Baltimore for example, the big reason why Baltimore was gangbusters last year on the ground game is because a Lamar Jackson. Ray If you have a quarterback. Where is turning his back and handing the ball off and watching the runningback slam into a guys in the box all the time. You're really not going to be as potent as efficient. Put up as many points as you're going to need to win as many games as the Patriots Hope. Hope to win the season so all offseason long I've been looking. I've been kind of scratching my head. Thinking this offense with multiple tight ends with guys like kill Harry with those stable running backs that they have is really built for a mobile quarterback. It's built to have RPO's. It's built to have his own read actions. It's built to get the quarterback involved in any way shape, or form that they can now they how that type of Guy With Cam Newton. That offense becomes a little bit more difficult to defend. The Patriots now in the conversation of being super bowl contenders by simply adding Cam Newton. Like Super Bowl contenders a little bit rich because his injury. History is what it is right. You're counting on 'em being healthy now for nineteen games. If you're thinking about are talking about making a super bowl run. Maybe that's a little bit generous, but I think before they were one of those teams that was dark horse to make the playoffs rate with jared cinema. quarterback a team that could make the playoffs or could have ended up six ten. They were kind of one of those volatile teams now. Now I think that there are dark to make a run in the playoffs and not just make it because they have Cam Newton so still I don't think that there are a favorite i. don't think that they're one of those teams that you should circle as a contender necessarily, but that next kind of wave or the next kind of grouping of Dr Course candidates to maybe make that super to be that Tennessee titans for example wire last year. I think the Patriots can become that team now. For.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"There were some rumors coming out of Jalal ad round, the draft or out of free agency that they were behind you, or who were drafting, or whatever the case may be and I. do think that there would be a little bit of an element there with Cabernet, but I think the biggest thing with capper. Nick is going back last year. When he had that workout that last-second schedule change that he had on the day of the workout work as opposed to be in one location with NFL teams that ended up being moved into the next day in a different location. He lost about after teams that were supposed to go to that workout as a result of that. Move knowing. The Patriots are one of them, so he was supposed to have over a dozen teams. That workout ended up. Only being a in the patriots, because the scheduling conflicts couldn't get their stoute's into that workout the way that they wanted to so if I was kapernick serious about coming back then you really need to showcase your skills to all thirty two teams, if possible, and he can't pull any of that last second stuff and I'm. I'm not saying that it's his fault that he's not on team. Because it's certainly not, but at least give yourself as much of a fair chance as you can from your perspective to get squad, because when you start pulling with the NFL start moving things, and and bailing on things and stuff like that. It never looks good. It's it's an interview. It's professional interview and that's never going to look good in the final wanted to make though. Is that if you look at what Baltimore is doing with Greg Lamar Jackson. It's exactly what the Niners were doing with Colin Kaepernick. In the early part of the decade. The pistol the empty stuff that they're running getting the quarterback's legs involved that was all started when we set out in the Jackson Baltimore last year was all started in twenty twelve season with Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco, so we've seen an offense. Exceed back the end we seen. The last year that runs the same way that Kapernick is able to run. A scheme in run assists them, and we've seen it work at the NFL level at an extremely high level, so there's definitely a semblance of a system of a way of of a skill set for Colin Kaepernick to be able to play again in the NFL, but again does don't shoot yourself in the foot by. By saying you know what we're GonNa work out this day and then moving the workout that stuff is not going to fight with the NFL teams, so just do the best that you can to get everybody in the building I think tapper nic will show that data offense kind of around him with that system sort of made around him that he can succeed at this level still. When it comes to cinemas, competence I think you've Colin calculated where to be brought in like you say. The system has been in place like we've seen the blueprint, but that would also mean a huge overhaul for the Patriots offense. Now go to a more run heavy approach with percents when I think it's people have kind of forgotten exactly..

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. For the first time in two decades the New England patriots have different quarterback to work around I'm here. Goodwill here with Evan? Lazar lot of people have been talking about what changes we might see from the Patriots offense this year with assuming Jarret Stidham is leading the charge. What do you expect to change if dramatically or small with this offense? While I don't think the changes are going to be that dramatic Sierra, because you look at this offense and you look. Look at what they've had in place here for the last twenty years, and yes, things have been curtailed for Tom Brady and his set and fitting what he does best. Certainly, that is true, but it's also been a very successful system that's been in place here since the beginning of the Dynasty Bill Belichick and Charlie Weis. Really built the basis of the Patriots offense in the early two thousands. Then it sort of evolved when Josh. mcdaniels took over in the late. Late two thousands to mcdaniels vision, updating in a little bit with offenses in where things are going directionally with the entire league, and with the entire sport, tapping into some of the things like with chip, Kelly in the college game, but the no huddle offense, and some of air-raid concepts, getting in there, like Mesh and stuff like that, so the whole system has been in place for a really long time. This is a long way to get to this point the. The whole system has been in place for a really long time and I. Don't expect the Patriots to completely blow it up in reinvent. What do offensively because I. Don't think that stood them. skillset is a far cry from Tom Brady's. It's not like they're going from Tom Brady to Lamar. Jackson here. It's enough similarities there that I. think that they are going to keep it. Generally the same system and I know the terminology is going to be the same. Well obviously after. Two decades, they had a lot of faith in Brady's decision, making skills and his arm in general. What changes do you see them? Implementing based on what we know of stem so far while the biggest thing. I think that they will change is that there's going to certainly be more moving of the pockets so more bootleg actions more rollouts more things where you can get them on. On the perimeter on the move, a little bit cut the field in half. Those reads a little bit easier for them and use his legs which you know, he's not a big time runner, but he does have above average speed, so he used those legs and use that athleticism to move the pocket, a little bit and get defenses shaking a little bit more than what you would. Would in a traditional drop back shotgun type of passing system, so the Patriots will have more bootleg action more rollouts more things, involving Sims legs than we do see that in the past when Brady you know, had to sit out for deflate gate, suspension or two thousand eight with Matt Cassel with Jacoby Reset I would say more so in in the deflategate situation where the Patriots did. Did put more quarterback running elements into their offense, letting the quarterback run with the football. Keep the football himself or just roll out the pocket. So that's GonNa be the real. The the really big innovation I think for this patriots offense. We'll be incorporating more of moving the football outside the pocket for Jared Stadium to really make a little bit easier for him to read the field. The rest for Patriots Coverage. You can find it on our website at C. Elena's media dot com in on our youtube. Channel Patriots Press Pass. How are you gonNA come out of this lockdown when it's over, you're like all the people I know you sure as heck won't be any lighter than going into it I get it though you're stuck inside some, if not zero exercise and have no idea how to curb your food cravings, so you eat, not that eating is a bad thing unless all you're eating are bad things. Instead of packing.

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"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

"She just knows where to be, and she's calm in those big moments to put away. So right now, she is, as full Noah put droppable, and I think that's a really good adjective for. So we just did a segment for ESPN FC and. We talk about this a little bit differently there than maybe we do here. We're not as I would say. So, you know, we're not as. We're not as in the weeds, one of the things that we talked about though, there was. All right. So we know England gets a winner France US and everybody saying the winner of France. US is the favorite to go on from here on out. So clearly people see a difference between England and France and the US. What does that difference as best you can explain it, Lisa? The England was a bit sloppy until their goals with some other passes, and you saw that they're trying to figure out how to provide cover for their back line, but we saw that, that back line can get pulled apart a little bit. And they also sometimes just are careless and it doesn't happen. It doesn't happen a ton. But it happens enough this tournament that we've seen against Cameroon. We saw it. They were aided through an offside by somebody's honestly, the bottom of their cleaton, the Cameroonian forward that was that triggered some of the protests in the just kind of escalated that game to what it became and today, we saw and head Norway been more clinical. I mean, I think the shots on target. So the shots on Tara. Guit for Norway was seven and the Charleston tiger for England were nine. So if that gives you any idea like Norway was in this, but they just could not put anything in it to off target. So they just couldn't put anything of real danger. And the one time they do Milly bright plays, a backpass to slow and, again, not understanding the speed of those around. Her was, too. Slow backs. Karen Bardsley has to come up with stuck in that no-man's-land and Oatlands. The substitute comes in races on should've gone down, because she partly does get her leg. I thought you could have had partly out for a semi-final there. Yeah. That was a moment where like that could have changed everything for the rest of the tournament for England even though the matches already decided. Yeah. And give credit to outland for not going down. Right. Because she she wasn't tripped up here now so that you should go down. I think professional person of pressure player in that moment. Like, if that, you know, I think sometimes you'll see that as a player gets older, they know how to use the system to their advantage. But as a defender, and someone who knows that I don't think barley was partly, it was trying to take her out. Bardsley isn't typically. Type of keeper in she's a California native family member is English as she plays for England and she's had a good tournament, but she gets caught out, and I don't really think that's her fault..

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"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"You know that bear had me up a tree without my ham end of story. Anyway, I say drive down to your local supermarket and buys them. Sharman ultra-strong and see these wonderful bears right there on the packaging. Today. We are so fortunate to be joined by two people who are actual subjects Commonwealth. So we can take a deeper dive into all things England. We're going to start with you. If you don't mind, would you please tell the listeners your name. Hello. My name is Adriana take heaven me. Well, Adrian, thank you for taking time to join us here on the Ron burgundy podcast. This is Carolina high nicer here. Let me let me start by asking you this. When you think of England, what comes to mind. You know, I think I think of so many different things. I think of the best pace of constitutional K. I think of industrial revolution clone Eliza. Mm-hmm. Yes. One of the greatest impact what is seen end in the full of that empire. England is made. I mean, standing contributions to literature and music, and technology and the rule of law. I mean, the list really is in really is. It really is. It's a fascinating place. A fascinating culture was was London home to you. I wish when I was younger. You know, we were lucky enough to visit. And later, I got the university there. So I feel like I know. Well, interesting. So so you didn't live in London. Where did you grow up Oakland? Okay. And where is Auckland in the North Island? That's right. That's right. I knew that. I love the North Island. I never mind keep growing love it. I love the North Island. It's beautiful there. Yes. And let's see I've been there. Oh, you have been great. Yeah. I took the train took the train from London. And it's beautiful countryside is just gorgeous. And this train from London shooter is is because I took it took it, right? Into Auckland station took it from Paddington about the ticket. And I said straight to Auckland. So the end the distance technically from from London to Oakland Sylvan thousand miles eleventh what part of England or from. Well, I'm not from any Pat of England and from New Zealand, you've got to be kidding, me Carolina. This is action. I just found her in the hallway, and she sounded really British actually can't blame you at all. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. So I. We're just going to turn off your mic, and then you can get out of here. Okay. Thanks. Now, I'll turn my attention to to you over here. What is your name? And are you from England names? Be and yes, I am from England. Okay. Great. High bay be the scare did, you know the other woman who was in here. I've never seen that women before. Did you know, she was not English? Absolutely neilly. You're not just saying that. Now, she sounded nothing like an English piston. I it's like a deer or knows that a dog is not a dear. I guess. So it's crazy to me. Where do you live? Now. Do you still live in England or do you just visit and I live in Los Angeles, California. I got to England probably every year stock upon, yuck. Detaille essential, very good..

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"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Because let me guess the snake bit you in the eye over and over again repeatedly. Yes. So run you were taken to the emergency room because you sat on rattlesnake who then repeatedly bit you in the face and eyeballs and this was over this past weekend. Yes, exactly. That was my weekend. You see you're having trouble. Remembering this kind of proves my point. This is a life altering event in even though it's only Wednesday. You you're not remembering that, you're absolutely right point taken. So the bottom line is if it is Wednesday or beyond don't ask someone how their weakened was. Yeah. I get it. I get it now. Okay. Yeah. So Wednesday borderline don't ask Monday, Tuesday, fine. You're within the zone. How was your weekend Wednesday? Maybe not. But by Thursday Friday. How was your weekend? It's it's crazy because you've already gone, wait. You've shot way past I would try. How was your night last night? 'cause Thursday Friday, it's going to get confusing because it can be like how was your weekend? Like, you mean my weekend coming up even always say, how are you? That's so boring though. Yeah. Are you know, what are you up to today? I guess but would have. Here's the problem. What if it's Thursday, and I I've seen this person Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday, and I just keep forgetting to ask them how their weekend was an I legitimately wanted to know how their weakened was do. I just I know what I would sit him down and go. Hey, I know it's Thursday. And I I remembered you having a big weekend last week, and I know it's four days since the weekend. But could you go back and just tell me how your weekend was? I mean, that's just seems. That's it. That's it. I figured it out. Good. Thank you care line. I mean, yeah, you're welcome. Shakespeare what Buckingham Palace. Tower of London England, fish and chips. The English language. What do all these things have in common? That's right. They came from England is that what you said Carolyn. Yeah. I just. I find England and all things English to be utterly fascinating. And thusly I have chosen England as the topic of today's show. We've all studied England in the history books and much of it is embedded in our brains. And yet some facets of England are as mysterious as the secrets contained in the famous pagan structure known as stone hinged. Over the centuries. Many groups of people have ruled over the island nation, whether it was the Vikings the Visigoths the Romans the Normans or Norman Lear someone has always been knocking on England's door finally king. Arthur and the knights of the round table said enough is enough. They kicked everyone out gave hinder the eighth a Turkey leg and the rest as they say h hash, right? We didn't get that. What you say? The rash. J J stress. The rest of we got. Now's a good time to go. Take a p p we gotta take a commercial break. Okay. You're not gonna believe what I saw on television last week, Ron burgundy here. So I'm watching one of the song singing shows laughing up a real storm. When an ad comes on with a delightful family of bears who love Sharman toilet paper. What a hoot these bears. Are simply outrageous. Don't get me wrong. I love Sharman. It's the only toilet tissue. I ever use it. I use plenty of toilet tissue. But these bears really love Sharman and get this. They tell you. So in English English speaking bears get outta town. Keep in mind, folks, that's a real oddity. Most bears are not as friendly as the Sherman bears. Interesting story. I once got into a fight with a bear over some ham. I was eating one thing led to another next thing..

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"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"So I signed up for safe auto and for the first time ever. I can now drive the streets of my beloved Santiago without being a criminal. It's a good feeling. Although the feeling of doing something wrong is also a good feeling. They're both good feelings. What am I talking about? I'm not in touch with my feelings at all, in fact, ignore everything I just said about feelings. Wrong. Dog added say. The wrong. He's not. You are listening to the Ron burgundy pot stone wherever podcasts are available. And I of course, Amion host run burgundy as per usual. I'm joined by my producer, Carolina Carolina. How was your weekend? You mean last weekend this past weekend? Yes. Yes. How was your weekend? It was fine. I from what I remember. Oh. I'm sorry. You seem to thrown by the question, should I should. I not have asked you. How you weekend was. No, it's just that it's Wednesday. And most people ask each other on Monday other week. It was they don't wait till Wednesday. Now, it's like five days. I know. But I I didn't see you on Monday. So I'm just asking you today. I was your weekend. I know it's good. So hold on. I'm sorry. So I take it from what you're saying. It's a crime. If you know you ask someone how their weakened was on a Wednesday. Run exaggeration of courses on a crime. It's just that if you wait until Wednesday so another weekend, it just may take some time to that person recall everything they did. I'm sorry. You're wrong. I just don't buy that. You know, the weekend was only two days ago or five I mean canning from Friday. Yeah. It was only. I mean, go go ahead. Ask me. How weakened was. Okay. Ron how is your skin? It was great Carolina. I had a great weekend. Thank you for asking. Cool. What did you do? What did I do? Well, let's see I. What did I do? I went to the place. Yes. I went to the place where you buy food. So do you mean a restaurant did that? No, no, no, no, the place where the food is sold in the building, you know, with the rows the rows of food grocery store. Yes, grocery store. So so that was good. Did you do anything else? Just went to the grocery store. No, I did a lot of things it was the weekend. I I know I was I was rushed to that place. Where everyone goes what's the place where everyone goes at all times of the day can can be in the middle of the night as well. It's like an around the clock place, and it's super busy and their doctors. And there's a lot of commotion and shouting. I think the emergency. Yes, -mergency. Yes. I went to the emergency room. Because it turns out I'd been bitten repeatedly by a. Oh, come on. What are they called? Did you get a dog? No, no smaller than that. And they don't have for. Okay. A bird. No come on help me out here. No, they're long long, and they don't have feathers. My snake a steak. Yes. That's it. Yes. Yes. I had gone for a hike. And I I sat on a on a rattlesnake when I when I came back to my car, I sat on a rattlesnake who was sunning himself in my car seat. And I I had to take some addicts and stuff. Oh for God's sake. What's the what's the medicine that stops the rattlesnake poison from getting into your eyeballs anti-venom? Yes. Anti-venom and they injected it into my eyeball. Wait, they they just it into ball..

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"england" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on Get Up!

"Reason it stick with quads showy croatia in england the winner takes on france on sunday and we don't have the ability it's no rights highlight england came out strong in the first minute scored on a free kick trickier england fans wasted ten grand a beer right in that moment croatia tying things up in the second half for a long time we thought oh nothing's happening and then they did it actually going into extra time in croatia scores one hundred nine men knit how did you guys feel about yesterday's game and how do you feel about sunday's upcoming mostly that you are a savant all the way back to even before the world cup started when we do at the very end of our show we do our at this time tomorrow's beatles been seeking in a bunch of soccer basically since we came on the air and her hit rate is ridiculously high about eighty percent and she gave croatia in the final before this whole thing even started which they had the second lowest chance of any team besides russia i think to potential when i watch sports i don't necessarily listen to what the favorite might be and what i see in croatia is dream coming through so you're picking crucial to be taking croatia statement on tv french i don't think so prince we do not france this love the energy that comes along with the world cup and i'm gonna take it back to more serious for one second because i walking around new york city and other places in the country when you feel the bible people watching the world cup you feel this nificant of it it goes back to hope souls comment i really do believe that we need to get kids from different social economical backgrounds start playing that sport this is one of the biggest sports in america which is why you're seeing mls teams go for cosa billion dollars i mean close to billions of dollars we need to actually do more for the grassroots program footy they don't understand because from an equipment from everything it's literally a game where you need a shoes at a ball game played in every country in the world where else in the world it is it became what it became because the poorest of them can play at all you basically need is a boss what basketball is but here it's so specialized right as so many of the sports are if you want to play after go one of these elite academies my kids don't play it but i've seen it amongst other kids in their peer group who are very into soccer they have these leave academies the cost a fortune if you wanna get involved so i do believe there is a socioeconomic element to it and i will say this to this is a very international city but you walk around the streets of new york while these games are on and it's all saying younger that you can't even get reservations for sunday they're not taking them you just got to go find some coming up in visiting pieces around mr lebron rob pelinka says all those moves were designed to beat the enough to dethrone rain cans of relief i mean you got to be something he's the k key doing the difference do not.

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"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Culture change i say yes this team achieved that i think that england fans were going into international tournaments with a sense of hope for that does that mean though well i think it means that the is that culture change in saieed i'd say national team i'd say the last hour site both if you want i think there were players who who who obviously wanted to be picked for england but i i don't know if it was if it was the same pride in the shirt than maybe guys on this team you think you felt you think sterling is feeling that culture change well yes i do actually i think that with rain sterling you're talking about the fans who won't let him up i think that's a i think that's loud minority i think most of fans got behind him look he's not a perfect player and that's the thing like don't confuse somebody critiquing his shortcomings as a player with what the son says about him you're allowed to look at redeem sterling and say he struggles finishing he gets opportunities in front i wish you could put them away that's not the same as the sun does to him that's not fair england fans are allowed to criticize them without being labeled in the same way that you know we wanna label the sun utah culture changes we've heard a lot about dna excetera on i do think that that's okay komen in with that whole change that went on behind the scenes and saint george's in the development of players on their under twenty one teams which have done better their underage teams have done better has permeated through finally to the national squad because i will say this fabio capello all those managers that came in they did their own thing and it was almost outside of what the fa we're trying to build on i think being an fa man soak it has brought that to the team the players do look on burdened i will say that they do seem to play the compare what happened in in niece against iceland too when they went behind against gymnasia or when they let when they were equalised against shinichi i mean the kept playing kept doing as much as they can in their limited way the right things that never happened against iceland so in that sense maybe you're right i guess my concern is they sandra we're we're not that far away from turner a very quick turnaround intonation scope and then into the european championships in twenty twenty it's going to be honest much much quicker and they'll be expected to kick on really prove that there was improvement in this tournament on i think i think they'll they'll struggle to meet that petition i think that that's fair i don't know that this necessarily is the same sort of building momentum that we felt about belgium lay i do wonder was this a standalone tournament for england was this kind of product of favourable draw and and yeah i don't want to say that they didn't it wasn't by their own doing they want look they be choosy knocked right and they did to a certain extent they took advantage of it but not all the way i made croatia was still an opportunity for them and they were not able to to capitalize on it i guess when i when i'm thinking of culture change i just mean the general atmosphere around this team that the fans into international tournaments almost like it was a chore like this is just some annoying interruption from the permanently season can we just get this over with and get back to that that's what will england and become and this this was fun for people and i think people will look forward to the next tournament in a way that they have not for the last few international cycles i think you're right and also whether we will know how real this is in the next with religious after the first biding than result whenever that does calm but the courting of the media and deciding to to reach out an olive branch with the media because you talk about the culture a lot of that was fostered from going to like baden baden in two thousand six and ceiling yourself all from the media from from bloomfontein with fabio capello things like that there was.

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"england" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Culture change i say yes this team achieved that i think that england fans were going into international tournaments with a sense of hope for that does that mean though well i think it means that the is that culture change in saieed i'd say national team i'd say the last hour site both if you want i think there were players who who who obviously wanted to be picked for england but i i don't know if it was if it was the same pride in the shirt than maybe guys on this team you think you felt you think sterling is feeling that culture change well yes i do actually i think that with rain sterling you're talking about the fans who won't let him up i think that's a i think that's loud minority i think most of fans got behind him look he's not a perfect player and that's the thing like don't confuse somebody critiquing his shortcomings as a player with what the son says about him you're allowed to look at redeem sterling and say he struggles finishing he gets opportunities in front i wish you could put them away that's not the same as the sun does to him that's not fair england fans are allowed to criticize them without being labeled in the same way that you know we wanna label the sun utah culture changes we've heard a lot about dna excetera on i do think that that's okay komen in with that whole change that went on behind the scenes and saint george's in the development of players on their under twenty one teams which have done better their underage teams have done better has permeated through finally to the national squad because i will say this fabio capello all those managers that came in they did their own thing and it was almost outside of what the fa we're trying to build on i think being an fa man soak it has brought that to the team the players do look on burdened i will say that they do seem to play the compare what happened in in niece against iceland too when they went behind against gymnasia or when they let when they were equalised against shinichi i mean the kept playing kept doing as much as they can in their limited way the right things that never happened against iceland so in that sense maybe you're right i guess my concern is they sandra we're we're not that far away from turner a very quick turnaround intonation scope and then into the european championships in twenty twenty it's going to be honest much much quicker and they'll be expected to kick on really prove that there was improvement in this tournament on i think i think they'll they'll struggle to meet that petition i think that that's fair i don't know that this necessarily is the same sort of building momentum that we felt about belgium lay i do wonder was this a standalone tournament for england was this kind of product of favourable draw and and yeah i don't want to say that they didn't it wasn't by their own doing they want look they be choosy knocked right and they did to a certain extent they took advantage of it but not all the way i made croatia was still an opportunity for them and they were not able to to capitalize on it i guess when i when i'm thinking of culture change i just mean the general atmosphere around this team that the fans into international tournaments almost like it was a chore like this is just some annoying interruption from the permanently season can we just get this over with and get back to that that's what will england and become and this this was fun for people and i think people will look forward to the next tournament in a way that they have not for the last few international cycles i think you're right and also whether we will know how real this is in the next with religious after the first biding than result whenever that does calm but the courting of the media and deciding to to reach out an olive branch with the media because you talk about the culture a lot of that was fostered from going to like baden baden in two thousand six and ceiling yourself all from the media from from bloomfontein with fabio capello things like that there was.

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"england" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"And fits the podcast well there goes that sorry england that was rough one and it is indeed not coming home unless you mean your labs on a british airways flight while france and croatia compete in the world cup final fits i didn't really have a horse in this race after a sponge was out in my second team of iceland also got bounced when i started to buy into the hype surrounding england and today was a tough one spain in bits on espn radio the espionage in sirius xm channel eighty sarah spain and jason fitz and shortly before we settled into start prepping for the show all of us were paying attention with excitement and and and passionate and nerves about a game that medaaly nothing to me at all because i was really channeling the hopes and dreams and passions of all of my english friends and compatriots and boy did croatia come in with the haymaker and it was stunning to me let me say this game early on and you know i was written for england obviously mostly because liam are actually fantastic i sent many people to a free beer bar too i just i warned him hey it's only free if they win and i can't imagine what it was like with the loss because early on in this game it looked like it was england i mean england not only scored in the first few minutes which was already staggering but they had several chances early on to make this a two or three nothing game and i i was watching it thinking clearly england is better team in this match and it was funny because i was sitting with everybody watching down in the sports center area and i said that at one point i said man england has clearly been the better team in the match and one of the soccer guys in the perfect british accent no so much more than i ever will about the game said yeah but they're only up one nothing and when you're up one nothing and you've clearly been better it always bites you in the church well that's exactly what happened because in the last ten minutes there was a change it was like england ran out of gas croatia found their second life and then croatia to their credit had scoring chances galore at the end of this thing it was exciting it was i couldn't take my eyes off of it but ultimately heartbroken broken for england as they go home yeah you know what's interesting is as you mentioned looked like the better team but the only save that the croatian goalie had to make or attempt to make was their goal there were no other shots on goal that he had to stop and so here just acknowledged that to like soccer goalie i'm not sure exactly what it takes to be soccer goalie when you're like i won the world cup how many saves did you have one oh thank you so much you make your great point about the lack of actual pressure on the goalie worth noting though that the actual pressure is when you get home and everyone from your country is attempting to murder you because you've let them down so i think there maybe you're underestimating the amount of pressure that's put on the goalkeeper's regardless of the actual number of saves that are being made point for now i will admit that obviously shocking to most i did not play a lot of youth soccer but i was told i know i know jason fats without a big athlete jay jason vats jason fats it's amazing when you you know when you're going to school and practicing hours a day and your fat kids you don't really stand a chance to also play soccer but i was told by many people that did play you soccer that the goalie is where the worst player was typically put you put the worst guy in net i'm convinced now maybe i could have been a goalie yeah believe there was a soccer expert on with some of our i think might have been golic and wingo saying basically the same the not not the brightest but perhaps.

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"england" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on First and Last

"Sousse luck pasco first and last the podcast boy oh boy we got a good to quote the great steve harvey we've got a good one for you today it's the party family it's the checked family let's go ahead and do it do it we shall so last night set the quicker sham when heddon dropped to a sham bomb like i dunno gu career work and we call it at this point he's been part of some pretty insightful articles during his time here this one may be ah may be one you hang up on the frigid wicker sham household because his peace documenting the beginning of the end for the new england patriots that will appear in the espn the magazine from this weekend seth one of our senior writers four the magazine documents after talking to a number of patriots officials and sources documents the uneasy tension that has been in the building for most of this season and apparently has been building for quite some time you heard it from hand will play there's a a great feature that we've got four you guys here f from seth who look set what we've been hearing and some of the names that have come up here with tom brady his business partner his coach or excuse me that his business partner his his strength coach i'm not even sure of his actual title anymore it seems so lost a matt you know basically what would have amounted to a physical therapist even though he is not actually.

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"england" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"england" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"And welcome back to find your frequency i your host drips bernard i'm your colours ryan treasurer over here trying to dissolve it added that's there for a second was up that quebec pause all right we have our first guest with us miss brandy england who is no stranger to myself or the network but brandy simply glows with an energy that ignites possibilities in those whose flames have flickered from being the only woman working with eight hundred men deep in the amazon to supporting drug and alcohol abusers with violent histories she now stands strong by helping young men and women become more than they thought possible feeling roma bowl out of choices brainy will help you stand up in step out with renewed conviction courage and confidence even though she is the founder of global teen wealth paul for you all heart talent management end hosted teen wealth radio she is never too busy to take a call from a teen who just need someone to listen leising gemin welcome ms rainy england i must set an absolutely welcome to the show at welcome great great to have you on today now that e e as i stated in the beginning yo you are no stranger uh yo we have a work with you in the past you have done a fantastic show a with us and you are coming bat that that's exciting uh but for those of those of our will our audience who doesn't know who you are on tell us a little bit about yourself.

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