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"fandy" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Of the year finished. A shot out of in college should still make college finish the show of playoff at the open and then finished second at the pga in one year and the age twenty one season. So more cows late bloomer. Coming out of college spent four years in college came out as polish again. Be professional career to incredible start looks to be around for quite a long time. It's always easy to project it out. As we've learned hopefully learn some lessons with speed and rory. I was on on record saying very gets ten and speed gets eight and yeah i would revise both of those now. Give both of them. More of the. I think the titillating thing with with more colorado is if he is as good iron player as everybody says he is like the best since tiger like that. I think that pushes him to like. Oh shit like it's it gets very interesting where you're talking about. You know where he could go. Well that's what i was gonna say about speed and wi like was speech able to kind of hang on during his struggles would right was because i play i think it. It's kind of the whole miss misunderstanding that everybody thinks like. Oh well he just makes every pot and he that's why he was so good and there were certainly some truth to that especially in two thousand fifteen but like twenty seventeen to wasn't the potter man. It was the irons. And that's what that's what keeps you consistent. Theoretically right i will say. I think i'm officially old in think i've officially learned enough lessons to say this in advance of more cala so easy to sit here and think that iron play lasts forever and like almost literally. No one has it. Lasts like on repeat for decades. Who's been the longest non non tiger non. I guess spaeth like who's been the best iron player over the last seven years dustin costas. Yeah i don't want what. I thought you're gonna say over decades. We'll come to mind with. Sergio was the longevity of sergio's. Al striking is what came to mind But he was never. I don't know again. Could be speaking on a massive. I don't remember ever being like peak like number one iron player in any of those years but That's good question people thrown out. Paul casey which i know. We'll get randy you make. Justin rose that's just as good one I honestly lewis. Get one brooks. I don't know if brooks has been quite that long. But i'm sure there's a very searchable database on the pga tour website where you could go get that data. Brian download our years. Yeah yeah it's probably pretty easy. So i could see if that is a data gulf thing there. There should is just freaking off. Sure enough custom range. You can do that on. Dated you guys. Talk about something. And i'll get your answer. You're looking for rainy sprays. The english didn't buck today. I very surprised you know. Put them on glass. I thought they're very proud people. I thought they'd respond so they're going to answer the bell exact though exactly sure. Sure as hell didn't What's your what's your watch setup. Look like you're out an island out there denver. My wife's what do you mean. What do you know what you get up you making coffee owning getting coffee what are you what are you doing. Yeah well. I get up on my own time. usually gets up with conditions right. I saw the leaders tee off today for that and yesterday i got coffee today. Made coffee tomorrow to to get up. Go get coffee. Maybe read for a little bit my mind cleared and then strap in for you know all of the the final groups. I like that you get. I'm working on its queuing. This was shirley before Before randy woke up at do we want to talk about the rory Kind of fall start today at all or no the false start just waking up. Seeing roy's five hundred zero nine four hundred thirty nine whatever. Today was the first day i woke up. I saw them is three. And i just. I didn't even get excited. Didn't even fall for it you. You're not getting me this year it. I just didn't didn't even come close to falling for i was. I'm proud of myself. Come a long way. This was the first time that the that collapsed just did not affect me. And i'm quite proud of that so thank you. Where do you fall on dj. We we discussed rory yesterday and his post round comments of. I think somebody asked him if like his if he's been affected by like wanting to win too much in these like now like i have a great family. I don't want for anything like it's not that You know it's it's healthy is a disappointing as gulf. Fandy think he's kind of lying to himself with a do you shake out with that I think he I think like we have his entire career. Like you gotta take him at his word. And i think he's probably just being a little too honest as he's has he's wants to do but i also like in a weird way. I you know a big both sides guy right as you said but i want to both Express my like utter disappointment in like man. What the hell like in my life. You're supposed to be the guy who's out there like sacrificing everything and just fucking stepping on people's throats. And i wanna watch you win a major like once every three years. I don't think that's too much to ask. I don't know why you don't kill yourself to do that. But obviously feel having said that that him just being like dude you know what man like. I think i got it. I kind of one like at life. And i don't really want to Be the guy that you probably have to go win. Majors like cannot cannot respect that anymore and understand that anymore. So it's like yeah. It's super disappointing for me but like you know what would it be better. If on his deathbed he was like man. I got those majors. But like i didn't really see my girl out for like get to know my wife at all like you know i. I don't think i could really asking to do that either. So it's it's it's just you know what rainy like most things in life. It's complex i think. Yeah yeah it is. Yeah i'm still conflicted with with i. I'm conflicted soured on them. I don't wanna hear you out. But i i said a very momentous internal sea change especially with you tron towards rory. The golfer. were the answer yesterday. I again. I feel like for the last several years on this pod especially with interviewing guys in his. I've matured and gotten married and become a i would say somewhat close to a real adult. I'm way more sympathetic. Understanding of balancing on and off course and like understanding. How guys do with kids and stuff like that..

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"fandy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"He says he'll be ready to distribute presidents around the world on Christmas Eve. They have encouraged kids to remember to socially distance so they can enjoy the holiday safely. A second wreck on the four or five Sherman Oaks on the four or five south at the one No one here, and there's a wreck block in the left lane. Looks like a couple of cars were involved. There is some traffic stacking at victory for you. City of orange, just kind of a slow ride. If you're making your way south on the five, you're gonna find lots of company there between the Orange Crush interchange and about jamboree. Okay, if I and this guy is sponsored by injury, attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Ball has a look at the 7 10. They're doing a pretty good report coming up. You can relax and roll those shoulders around little bit, not a distance. In here. There was indeed an earlier problem. South bound seven tensions past landing. Fandy needs a rake tow trucks over to the shoulder. But the driver's good really started Valley Boulevard. The Begin in your end of the 7 10 freeway. Whichever way you go on all the way south through the five and all the way down to the one or five and 91. It's just plain good. So enjoy even know if that's a little stroll around the major interchanges, but not too bad. We're just starting out the Santa Monica Freeway right now. We're right over the East L a interchange. And boy for change is nice. Look straight down. See everybody moving. Not too bad Santa Fe off. Perhaps kind of busy as Fisher injured in an accident, visit Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Jeff Bar. Okay, if I in the sky, Okay. If I and this guy helps get you there faster, I'm robbing banks. Major League Baseball owners reportedly want to delay the start of the next season until players could be vaccinated. But the players union wants to start on time and play. All 162 games later start would necessarily require.

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"fandy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Steve Inskeep. Ah popular Internet meme features signs showing President Trump running in 2020 and again in 2024 again four years after that. Now. Here we are. The president lost the 2020 election. He is still pushing allies to put their reputations on the line, backing his lie that he won one of his allies even called for a Republican to be killed for telling the truth about the election. Yet people around the president say he is moving on to 2024 NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith is here, Tam Good morning. Morning. What are you hearing my colleague, Franco or genius, and I spoke to three sources. They were not authorized to speak to reporters, So they spoke on condition of anonymity. But what they say is that President Trump is very seriously considering running again that he's going to dangle it out there and that he could announce it quickly. One of the sources said he could announce by the end of the year or shortly before Inauguration Day. The thinking is that it would make him part of the conversation on Joe Biden's Big Day. But another source said that nothing that concrete has been discussed in the planning meetings that he's been a part of. Well, how does this 2024 planning match up with Trump making all of his political allies to base themselves by pretending that he hasn't lost 2020 yet? They're connected in a way. This fight that is being led now by his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is linked to his 2024 ambitions because among his supporters, at least it casts a shadow over Biden's presidency. Also, Trump is allergic to the idea of being a loser. Even if in reality, he lost fair and square, the campaign official. I spoke to told me that There had been a plan for legal challenges. If the results were close. It was a narrow path, he said. But after the the election, President Trump decided he wanted a different playbook. He brought in Giuliani to quote, go in there and knock over tables and stuff that alienated and pushed out more traditional professional lawyers with relevant experience. And now Giuliani is going around the country holding what this campaign official called fake hearings. Well, then what is the president himself saying about this as best you can determine. Well, he hinted at a holiday party at the White House a couple of nights ago about his 2024 ambitions. He told Republicans there that he'd like to be president another four years, even if that means returning in four years. Meanwhile, he posted a lengthy video on social media last night that was just chock full of falsehoods. Going over debunked claims that haven't been proven in court and haven't even been brought up in court because they couldn't stand up to it. And yet the president is going on toe. Think about 2024. But let me ask about that. Tam. There aren't a lot of ambitious Republicans. Who have accepted the president personally humiliating them and embarrassing them and been silent about a lot of things, presumably so they would get a chance to go next. What's it mean to them that now the president himself may want to go next. Our sources and basically the rules of politics. Tell us that it will freeze them out, and that is part of the point. President Trump remains very popular with his base, and he is very good at keeping the spotlight on himself. And that will hurt people like Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor, Maryland governor Larry Hogan, who were thought to have presidential ambitions, as well as senators like Tom Cotton and others who have been positioning themselves. Run in 2024 Vice President Mike Pence. Maybe Okay. One person tells me because he already has a brand and a high profile because of the office he holds. Okay. Camera. Thanks so much. You're welcome. That's NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith, now to Iran, where actions have consequences. Last week, a top nuclear scientists in Iran was assassinated. It's already prompted Iran's conservative parliament to threaten to kick out nuclear inspectors in a couple of months. How will the scientists killing affect Iran's nuclear program? NPR's Geoff Brumfield explores the scientists name was motion factories a day he was gunned down on the road outside of Tehran, according to Iranian press reports. He once led a covert program to research a nuclear weapon. But that ended years ago, says Arianna to Bata Bhai. And Iran expert with the German Marshall Fund. According to the U. S intelligence community's assessments. Over the past decade, Iran has not been engaging in weapons related activities. In its current form. Iran's nuclear program is supposed to be peaceful and factories holiday was not involved. He seems to not really have been playing a big role. But the killing could still change the course of the program. And here's how in 2015 Iran reached a deal to dial back its nuclear effort. In exchange for relief from economic sanctions. The deal required Iran to give up tons of enriched uranium shutdown key facilities and remove equipment all under the watchful eye of international inspectors. Now the goal was to keep around from getting the nuclear material it would need for a weapon, should it ever decide to pursue what with the deal in place. Experts agreed Iran would have needed about one year to get enough enriched uranium together to build a bomb. Then along came President Trump. The fact is, this was a horrible, one sided deal that should have never ever been made. Trump withdrew the U. S and blocked economic benefits going to Iran. Ron kept in the deal for a while, but slowly, it started re installing equipment and enriching more uranium. Today, it has roughly 12 times the amount of low enriched uranium permitted under the deal. But Deena is Fandy area of fellow at the Century Foundation, a think tank says that Iran is purposely moving ahead slowly and to be fair. That's pretty consistent with the way that Iran has behaved with its nuclear program throughout its history, its never moved fast. It's never made a dash for the bomb. It's always been about testing the waters, saying what it can get away with how far it can go. It's February also says Iran is building back its program in a way that is easy to reverse should the U. S and other Entries granted some of the benefits it was promised. The purpose of this is just to build a bargaining chip leverage. The deal did work is designed, says David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, which closely tracks Iran's nuclear program. Room was about a year from getting the material it would need for a weapon. Should it go that route, But that was before Trump pulled out. Now we're looking at maybe a short of three months. That's much less of a year, but it's still not a crisis. Albright says. Panic usually sets in when it gets into the few weeks to a month, so we're not in a Place of anywhere close to a place of panic. President elect Joe Biden still has some time to re enter the deal is, he says he wants to and to get Iran back on board but our young to bottom by worries that the killing of the scientist could push Iran in another direction. Conservatives in the country have proposed more drastic actions like kicking out international inspectors overseeing the deal. But some question why Iran shouldn't build a nuclear weapon. There are individuals within Iran who say Listen, economic cost is worth it because otherwise Iran will continue to be a target. Those voices she worries will gain strength with each strike against Iran's nuclear program. Geoff Brumfield. NPR news This'd is NPR.

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"fandy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Steve Inskeep. Ah popular Internet meme features signs showing President Trump running in 2020 and again in 2024 again four years after that. Now. Here we are. The president lost the 2020 election. He is still pushing allies to put their reputations on the line, backing his lie that he won one of his allies even called for a Republican to be killed for telling the truth about the election. Yet people around the president say he is moving on to 2024 NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith is here, Tam Good morning. Good morning. What are you hearing? My colleague Franco or Dona is and I spoke to three sources. They were not authorized to speak to reporters, So they spoke on condition of anonymity. But what they say is that President Trump is very seriously considering running again that he's going to dangle it out there and that he could announce it quickly. One of the sources said he could announce by the end of the year or shortly before inauguration Day. The thinking is that it would make him part of the conversation on Joe Biden's Big Day. But another source said that nothing that concrete has been discussed in the planning meetings that he's been a part of. Well, how does this 2024 planning match up with Trump making all of his political allies to base themselves by pretending that he hasn't lost 2020 yet? They're connected in a way. This fight that is being led now by his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is linked to his 2024 ambitions because among his supporters, at least it casts a shadow over Biden's presidency. Also, Trump is allergic to the idea of being a loser. Even if in reality, he lost fair and square, the campaign official. I spoke to told me that There had been a plan for legal challenges. If the results were close. It was a narrow path, he said. But after the the election, President Trump decided he wanted a different playbook. He brought in Giuliani to quote, go in there and knock over tables and stuff that alienated and pushed out more traditional professional lawyers with relevant experience. And now Giuliani is going around the country holding what this campaign official called fake hearings. Well, then what is the president himself saying about this as best you can determine. Well, he hinted at a holiday party at the White House a couple of nights ago about his 2024 ambitions. He told Republicans there that he'd like to be president another four years, even if that means returning in four years. Meanwhile, he posted a lengthy video on social media last night that was just chock full of falsehoods. Going over debunked claims that haven't been proven in court and haven't even been brought up in court because they couldn't stand up to it. And yet the president is going on toe. Think about 2024. But let me ask about that. Tam. There aren't a lot of ambitious Republicans. Who have accepted the president personally humiliating them and embarrassing them and been silent about a lot of things, presumably so they would get a chance to go next. What's it mean to them that now the president himself may want to go next. Our sources and basically the rules of politics. Tell us that it will freeze them out, and that is part of the point. President Trump remains very popular with his base, and he is very good at keeping the spotlight on himself. And that will hurt people like Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor, Maryland governor Larry Hogan, who were thought to have presidential ambitions, as well as senators like Tom Cotton and others who have been positioning themselves. To run in 2024 Vice President Mike Pence. Maybe Okay. One person tells me because he already has a brand and a high profile because of the office he holds. Okay. Camera. Thanks so much. You're welcome. That's NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith now to Iran. What actions have consequences. Last week, Iran's top nuclear arms scientist was assassinated. How will that affect Iran's nuclear arms program? NPR's Geoff Brumfield explores The scientists name was motion factories a day he was gunned down on the road outside of Tehran, according to Iranian press reports. He once led a covert program to research a nuclear weapon. But that ended years ago, says Arianna to Bata Bhai and Iran expert with the German Marshall Fund, according to the U. S intelligence community's assessments. Over the past decade, Iran has not been engaging in weapons related activities in its current form. Iran's nuclear program is supposed to be peaceful and factories holiday was not involved. He seems to not really have been playing a big role. But the killing could still change the course of the program. And here's how in 2015 Iran reached a deal to dial back its nuclear effort in exchange for relief from economic sanctions. The deal required Iran to give up tons of enriched uranium shutdown key facilities and remove equipment all under the watchful eye of international inspectors. Now the goal was to keep around from getting the nuclear material it would need for a weapon, should it ever decide to pursue one with the deal in place. Experts agree Iran would have needed about one year to get enough enriched uranium together to build a bomb. Then along came President Trump. The fact is, this was a horrible, one sided deal that should have never ever been made. Trump withdrew the U. S and blocked economic benefits going to Iran. Ron kept in the deal for a while, but slowly, it started re installing equipment and enriching more uranium. Today, it has roughly 12 times the amount of low enriched uranium permitted under the deal. But Deena is Fandy area of fellow at the Century Foundation, a think tank says that Iran is purposely moving ahead slowly and to be fair. That's pretty consistent with the way that Iran has behaved with its nuclear program throughout its history, its never moved fast. It's never made a dash for the bomb. It's always been about testing the waters, saying what it can get away with how far it can go. It's February also says Iran is building back its program in a way that is easy to reverse should the U. S and other kind. Trees granted some of the benefits it was promised. The purpose of this is just to build a bargaining chip leverage. The deal did work is designed, says David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, which closely tracks Iran's nuclear program. Room was about a year from getting the material it would need for a weapon. Should it go that route, But that was before Trump pulled out. Now we're looking at maybe a short of three months. That's much less than a year, but it's still not a crisis. Albright says. Panic usually sets in when it gets into the few weeks to a month, so we're not in a Place of anywhere close to a place of panic. President elect Joe Biden still has some time to re enter the deal is, he says he wants to and to get Iran back on board but our young to bottom by worries that the killing of the scientist could push Iran in another direction. Conservatives in the country have proposed more drastic actions like kicking out international inspectors overseeing the deal. But some question why Iran shouldn't build a nuclear weapon. There are individuals within Iran who say Listen, economic cost is worth it because otherwise Iran will continue to be a target. Those voices she worries will gain strength with each strike.

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"fandy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Head on morning edition. Iran is growing its nuclear program, though experts say it's deliberately moving slowly. There are concerns, however, that the killing last week of a top Iranian scientists may push Iran in a different direction. Closer. Look ahead on morning edition. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Steve Inskeep. Ah, Popular Internet Mean features signs showing President Trump running in 2020 and again in 2024 again four years after that. Now. Here we are. The president lost the 2020 election. He is still pushing allies to put their reputations on the line, backing his lie that he won one of his allies even called for a Republican to be killed for telling the truth about the election. Yet people around the president say he is moving on to 2024 NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith is here, Tam Good morning. Good morning. What are you hearing my colleague, Franco or genius, and I spoke to three sources. They were not authorized to speak to reporters, So they spoke on condition of anonymity. But what they say is that President Trump is very seriously considering running again that he's going to dangle it out there and that he could announce it quickly. One of the sources said he could announce by the end of the year or shortly before Inauguration Day. The thinking is that it would make him part of the conversation on Joe Biden's Big Day. But another source said that nothing that concrete has been discussed in the planning meetings that he's been a part of. Well, how does this 2024 planning match up with Trump making all of his political allies to base themselves by pretending that he hasn't lost 2020 yet? They're connected in a way. This fight that is being led now by his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is linked to his 2024 ambitions because among his supporters, at least it casts a shadow over Biden's presidency. Also, Trump is allergic to the idea of being a loser. Even if in reality, he lost fair and square, the campaign official. I spoke to told me that There had been a plan for legal challenges. If the results were close. It was a narrow path, he said. But after the the election, President Trump decided he wanted a different playbook. He brought in Giuliani to quote, go in there and knock over tables and stuff that alienated and pushed out more traditional professional lawyers with relevant experience. And now Giuliani is going around the country holding what this campaign official called fake hearings. Well, then what is the president himself saying about this as best you can determine. Well, he hinted at a holiday party at the White House a couple of nights ago about his 2024 ambitions. He told Republicans there that he'd like to be president another four years, even if that means returning in four years. Meanwhile, he posted a lengthy video on social media last night that was just chock full of falsehoods. Going over debunked claims that haven't been proven in court and haven't even been brought up in court because they couldn't stand up to it. And yet the president is going on toe. Think about 2024. But let me ask about that. Tam. There are a lot of ambitious Republicans. Who've accepted the president personally humiliating them and embarrassing them and been silent about a lot of things, presumably so they would get a chance to go next. What's it mean to them that now the president himself may want to go next. Our sources and basically the rules of politics. Tell us that it will freeze them out, and that is part of the point. President Trump remains very popular with his base, and he is very good at keeping the spotlight on himself. And that will hurt people like Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor, Maryland governor Larry Hogan, who were thought to have presidential ambitions, as well as senators like Tom Cotton and others who have been positioning themselves. To run in 2024 Vice President Mike Pence. Maybe Okay, One person tells me because he already has a brand and a high profile because of the office he holds. Okay. Camera. Thanks so much. You're welcome. That's NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith now to Iran, where actions have consequences. Last week, Iran's top nuclear arms scientist was assassinated. How will that affect Iran's nuclear arms program? NPR's Geoff Brumfield explores The scientists name was most in factories a day he was gunned down on the road outside of Tehran, according to Iranian press reports. He once led a covert program to research a nuclear weapon. But that ended years ago, says Arianna to Bata Bhai and Iran expert with the German Marshall Fund, according to the U. S intelligence community's assessments. Over the past decade, Iran has not been engaging in weapons related activities in its current form. Iran's nuclear program is supposed to be peaceful and factories all day was not involved. He seems to not really have been playing a big role, but the killing could still change the course of the program. And here's how In 2015, Iran reached a deal to dial back its nuclear effort in exchange for relief from economic sanctions. The deal required Iran to give up tons of enriched uranium shutdown key facilities and remove equipment all under the watchful eye of international inspectors. Now the goal was to keep Iran from getting the nuclear material it would need for a weapon, should it ever decide to pursue what with the deal in place. Experts agree Iran would have needed about one year to get enough enriched uranium together to build a bomb. Then along came President Trump. The fact is, this was a horrible, one sided deal that should have never ever been made. Trump withdrew the U. S and blocked the economic benefits going to Iran. Ron kept in the deal for a while, but slowly, it started re installing equipment and enriching more uranium. Today, it has roughly 12 times the amount of low enriched uranium permitted under the deal. But Deena is Fandy area of fellow at the Century Foundation, a think tank says that Iran is purposely moving ahead slowly and to be fair. That's pretty consistent with the way that Iran has behaved with its nuclear program throughout its history, its never moved fast. It's never made a dash for the bomb. It's always been about testing the waters, seeing what it can get away with how far it can go. It's February also says Iran is building back its program in a way that is easy to reverse should the U. S and other car Trees granted some of the benefits it was promised. The purpose of this is just to build a bargaining chip leverage. The deal did work is designed, says David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, which closely tracks arounds nuclear program. Room was about a year from getting the material it would need for a weapon. Should it go that route, But that was before Trump pulled out. Now we're looking at maybe a short of three months. That's much less than a year, but it's still not a crisis. Albright says. Panic usually sets in when it gets into the few weeks to a month, so we're not in a Place of anywhere close to a place of panic. President elect Joe Biden still has some time to re enter the deal is, he says he wants to and to get Iran back on board but our young to bottom by worries that the killing of the scientist could push Iran in another direction. Conservatives in the country have proposed more drastic actions like kicking out international inspectors overseeing the deal. But some question why Iran shouldn't build a nuclear weapon. There are individuals within Iran who say Listen, economic cough is worth it because otherwise Iran will continue to be a target. Those voices she worries will gain strength with each strike against Iran's nuclear program. Geoff Brumfield. NPR news.

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"fandy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Uranium shutdown key facilities and remove equipment all under the watchful eye of international inspectors. Now the goal was to keep around from getting the nuclear material it would need for a weapon, should it ever decide to pursue what with the deal in place. Experts agreed Iran would have needed about one year to get enough enriched uranium together to build a bomb. Then along came President Trump. The fact is, this was a horrible, one sided deal that should have never ever been made. Trump withdrew the U. S and blocked economic benefits going to Iran. Ron kept in the deal for a while, but slowly, it started re installing equipment and enriching more uranium. Today, it has roughly 12 times the amount of low enriched uranium permitted under the deal. But Deena is Fandy area of fellow at the Century Foundation, a think tank says that Iran is purposely moving ahead slowly and to be fair. That's pretty consistent with the way that Iran has behaved with its nuclear program throughout its history, its never moved fast. It's never made a dash for the bomb. It's always been about Testing the waters, saying what it can get away with how far it can go. It's February also says Iran is building back its program in a way that is easy to reverse. Should the U. S and other countries granted some of the benefits it was promised. The purpose of this is just to build a bargaining chip. Leverage. The deal did work is designed, says David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, which closely tracks arounds nuclear program. Room was about a year from getting the material it would need for a weapon. Should it go that route, But that was before Trump pulled out. Now we're looking at maybe a short of three months. That's much less than a year, but it's still not a crisis. Albright says. Panic usually sets in when it gets into the few weeks to a month, so we're not in a Place of anywhere close to a place of panic. President elect Joe Biden still has some time to re enter the deal is, he says he wants to and to get Iran back on board but our young to bottom by worries that the killing of the scientist could push Iran in another direction. Conservatives in the country have proposed more drastic actions like kicking out international inspectors overseeing the deal. At some question why Iran should have build a nuclear weapon. There are individuals within Iran who say Listen, economic cost is worth it because otherwise Iran will continue to be a target. Those voices she worries will gain strength with each strike against Iran's nuclear program. Jeff Brumfield. NPR NEWS This is NPR news. Coming up later. On morning edition here on W. N. Y C. President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris. Both have young family members who maintain a public presence on social media. I'm curious to see if the Biden grandchildren in particular take this public facing role. Once he's in office. We'll hear more about that coming up next hour. And today on all of its author James Meeks discusses his novel to Kill a in ordinary time set in medieval England during the Black death, plus a rundown of holiday events happening this month at the New York Botanical Garden. That's today at noon here on.

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"fandy" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"fandy" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

"The celtics. Let podcast. i'm guessing quinn. Here at glass camped about the the of celtics very different team in boston. The just two weeks ago here to survey who left. Who stayed in. What might be happening soon. Take stock celtics. roster has monday. November thirtieth. We are are we feeling about this roster. I'm feeling intrigued. I you know. I think there's actually when when we lost gordon hayward for a minute i was definitely very concerned but i think that age is actually pivoted. Pretty nicely out talking myself into a lot of players on this date and i will not I have. I may have overreacted a little bit even though i kept my mouth shut publicly because i figured there is going to be more coming in our group jet. I was previously down for least least immediately. We really thought he was going to walk for nothing. But that didn't turn out to be the case A- lots of other things have happened since then Maybe we should kind of go over them Piece by piece maybe start with some of the. Let's do chronological With vinny par yay leading in providing of two point. Six million knew how we feel about this deal was it wasn't worth passing on a dozen baynes. We found another way to do this. I mean i would have loved to have desmond bane on this team. I've just i was really into him. Going into the draft and I have. I have left for the guy because i went to college where he came up in high school. Like in the town so I thought it was going to be good. But that being said pori was definitely dead weight By the end of last season is i am str very skeptical that he has a long-term nba future. So i was. I remember there being a report that miss your sex panels done with boston anyway. So a small the two point six million teepee that was generated as probably not the epa. We're going to spend most of our time talking about but that's that's not nothing besides that we had kanter He is back in portland. Which i think is a great learning spot for him. He'll actually get some serious playing time a more regular basis the drug coverage worse. Lot better for him five million. Gp also generated from that could be particularly useful We can talk about that one. Also another time Just because you know it's not so interesting is the reason we really want to be talking about. T p's threaten the second the nor the draft ness myth pritchard madore. We talked about that on anything else that we've learned about them that maybe we want to discuss since they've been speaking to the media since we've learned a little bit more about them I got two things for you here. Justin first one. Is that my boy. Aaron nasmyth fandy basketball. Pride says that his foot is ready to go I was initially a little skeptical. Just because i didn't know much about that foot injury. But upon watching a lot of his footage. I am now all aboard the mess miss train. I think he's going to be a great fit. I love shooting so that makes me very excited and then with peyton pritchard. You know. I don't know what the future holds for peyton pritchard..

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"fandy" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

Comfort in Death and Darkness

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

"He probably had a van. May Be a blue velvet unless he did it next. Aspirin. Casey saw of chickened out the first time and thought. Oh, I'll destroy off here. If anything goes wrong on issues in case she attacks mayhem right next to get help. It's probably just a case of the dead strangled to death. He's gotTa Van. He drives onto the shoulder. Jumps in the back opens. The door throws them body out closed off occupies again. And Government Seventies Desi TV vezina traffic comes and even if there is the quality, Sopa couldn't get any description and black and white. People places in America, still have black and white cameras as the C. Burman have cameras on phones, which are like twenty million times better than what you had as as like. Very. Expensive piece of equipment back in like the eighties seventies so. It's a swan and things. We will never know what happened quietly. Unless someone has a change of heart or nestling happens like with the golden state killer. Butch. said he's killing now. He's he's pled guilty to. Everything, and more. Things that they don't know about, which is even more sinister. Thing. That's going to be his tactic wings trial. He's going to try be the scariest more fucker around. Like stab, Majori. Wonder what's going to happen the Johnny Depp? Bomba. Probably mid inappropriate joke of the lust of the last leg got a party. A sick joke was said not show. It was the. Famous for when you're done with your story for you try. What does that stand for? Fandy Mohan Effendi. Last name. James Bond. Mona inside Fandy Mona Fandy. Doesn't sound like an English name knuckle I. It's not a what's not okay. I'm I'm for once. So, fandy was a pop singer from Malaysia. Didn't think it'd be a millennium and so after leaving the mood music after even the music industry, she became involved in black magic. She was known as a right. I'm GonNa Apologize Now because I can't say an pronounced names very. Correctly. So that's totally fight especially with them. Being me. So she was known as a bomb. Oh, a traditional medical practitioner. She began offering her services to.

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"fandy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Going to State College Pennsylvania Friday and then we're going to be going to back to Arizona just in time for an event that we're going to be participating in at Planetary conjunctions, twenty twenty, which is calling Cantrell is putting on. We're GONNA. Hear all about that we're going to. We're going to have some fun and understand what's up and but calling cantrell good friend back in Arizona a in the heat of hundred and twenty degrees of average gotTa Pool. You're you're good and then what I want to. Talk to about I is the is next now. NEXUS NEXUS DOT IO is his thing, his crypto and he's been. He's back working on it and pounding on the keyboards and we need to get an update on that before we go and all this other stuff, so Colin give row show you what he looks like. You've got all Jesus on his. Hair. Looking good looking all right, go ahead and tell me everything about nexus. Yes Oh. We've made a lot of progress lately. It's it's really cool to see it kind of evolving 'cause we're. We're developing this framework. A framework is just think of it as a toolbox right for a com programmer on the has all these different tools and technologies built into it, so the blockchain is kind of one aspect of his framework. That gives us all of these capabilities, so it's been really cool to see everything really coming to life because the foundation is you know like over the last few years we've just been doing foundation work by nationwide under condition work, and now a lot of foundation work is actually complete, and it's really. In the you know Bill and Melinda. Gates Foundation, but You Foundation Okay software. Yeah, like the foundation of a structure because the software structure is similar to a physical structure right I mean you have all these different components that you have to have the strong foundation in order to build something that's GonNa last right so I've been working on the lower level library in the framework for I think we've been doing foundation work for about six years, so it's it's about time to start. You know breaking through the surface so some of the things that we've actually. Just implemented already is a crypto API right so well. This allows people to do is work with encryption without having managed the keys, so you can encrypt and decrypt files I'm using district crypto object register, and you can actually do exchanges and pure swabs and things like that, so that with just a simple like Ernie, do it. If you just use a web browser, you just type something into the web, browser and boom. You have GRANDPA, just bud. A GRANDMA JESSICA and Wilbur for encryption for developers GRANDPA developer just right so that we can give access to all of these cryptographic systems to destroy your developers without having on key management. Right so you know how you have your shame on next now. Are you using a password? Log in and from that we can actually create always different encryption keys, and so you don't have to make paper while at backups. You don't have to I. Mean I? Think right now. The last statistic I heard was like twenty percent of all bitcoin of the loss. Make because somebody's lost private keys hard-drive is, or you know. Someone's girlfriend doesn't like the minor. Minor, Fandy and on I mean there's tons of stories like that right and that's a huge inhibitor to adoption, so that's why we developed six architecture where you basically have username Password Pin, but we've taken that to the next level instead of just using it for you know using cryptocurrency, you can now actually use it to managing prison and decryption You know any different type of application, and then that ties together with the peer to peer API which is another cool API which essentially creates an authenticated connection that's secured with SSL and uses your crypto. Beck Register to basically protect against man and mental attacks. So what you end up having is now you can open up. I can send to you're using. Using right eye Ernie and send a message to you where you have to accept this message and we don't have keys anymore. When you're doing this period period, the I essentially just allows you to open up a direct connection with somebody else, but I'm as far as I'm aware there's no API frameworks that actually you're capable of doing this. I think I saw matrix. The Matrix messaging that rides built on stuff, but so this is like another really powerful tool, because now damps can communicate with one another security. You can transfer file way way way way. We have some questions on I mean you're getting all Geeky as you always do, but you know you could find something in there. I found of interest. I want to drill in on. Yeah, so the problem with different protocols that you're going through the third man thing you're going through the ISP Nebo what you're saying here is that you have a mechanism by which you can connect directly between computers and send ones and Zeros. Yeah and Also. Not even allowed. You may think it's easy and you do it, but there's a Manson. You're going Oh. Hell! No, you're so freaking out allowed to do that. They won't like I mean, but the cool thing about it is. We've completely removed out middlemen because when you go so website and you have type HDD at stands I gear as Acelle. What you're doing is you're actually doing encryption over that, but you have to accessible public key database which certificate authorities like Symantec Moto all of them. Face them keep database of public us to say okay well. This key is earnings key, and you know that they have to have as public database. Otherwise man in the middle attack happened where somebody can this exchange and if you don't know what certificate belongs to what person than the cryptography is meaning sprite and somebody mental taxis, so what this ends up doing? Doing is it. is using crypto object register to secure the certificate, so you don't need certificate authorities in all right, and this is part of our safe architecture I'm so we won't. You won't need to go by SSL certificate anymore because you have this authenticated system with the crypto register where you're using the blockchain more as public database and that doesn't care. I'm following you so far, but this is the one thing.

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"fandy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Them. And like, Guess why someone's trending like for example, that the show on Jackson one when I clicked on that, and before I knew the story. I had no idea that when I was wrong about you, I thought maybe You know there was a video of him. Running around. I don't know, like whatever in a practice or something, so I thought it wasn't turned out to be a horrible story, You know, but for the most part over this last couple of weeks, and you probably love doing this And you click on one of these things. He's trending topics It ends up being a bad story about somebody is never a good story. There's not the trend in that's cover along. What? I love it. I don't love that. You love the bad story. No, I don't love the bad story. Yeah, Yes. You know you love when things go south. Or or were about to go. So you absolutely that you That's Ah Ray ejected right into your veins. These was watching the evening news the other night. And it was three stories like right back to back to back. One was about you know, we have to defund the police. We have to get the police, you know, on the funding, Fungi Fungi fund and then excellent was about how many shootings there were and then the next one was about bail reform. And then then then, then, then the weather guy came on and said, It's going to be 90 degrees and sunny tomorrow. Enjoy your day out on the boat like I'm so worn out by all of it. You know, that's why I don't. Maybe that's the effect that it's having on May. Yeah, probably. So this is where the isolation stuff ends up can take as you watch too much of that news. And then I watch a lot of movies that I watched the outpost. That was great. The outpost yet about the outpost in Afghanistan with the Shia laboeuf, Right? Shyla Boof! Boof. Yes, He was good prime, you say? Yeah, very good. Very good. I have to take your word for it. Take my word for go to it out. I know it's not your Netflix. You boozy bastard. You Ah, Let's see Lamont going to read you a couple of trending topics. Alright, Great. Tell me. Tell me send me off for the rest of the day in a great mood. No, no, Just just try to take a guess And why they're trending. I think I think that's fun. All right, let's see. Ah! Pusha T. Push. It T is a He's a rapper, right? Yeah. Why do you think he's trending? He's running for president. Ah! No, That's not why you have a guest there Hour I push a tea is trending Pusha T. He's got a brand new album, hitting hitting the streets. Now. So no, it's a young thug comments on push a tea dissing Drake. So I guess. Push a tea dished Drake, Okay? Man says, I don't respect the push a tea verse. On the song with me. And I don't have nothing to do with the all beef, Nor does gonna Donna, I wonder if his act honor friends. Think so. You know, if I knew that was about him, I would have made changes on our behalf. Yes. So it's it's a rap beef. What's the next? What's the next trending topic? Let's a Peter Navarro. I don't know who that is. Well, he's spoke. Well. He has a spokesperson for the Trump administration. My weed. Okay, well, he's all about public private partnerships. I'm sure we're all right. So we know where that's going. Howbout, Fandy Newton, Thandie Newton. She's an actress. What do you think she's trending? Is she topless in some instagram photo photo or something? She is not okay. No. No. She told a crazy Tom Cruise story apparent, Okay, Fandy Newton Fandy knew she was in West world. Remember Thandie Newton and Westworld On the one season, I watched that Ah, yes. So apparently, she tells a crazy Tom's cruise story, and that's why she is training. I don't know what that story is, but I'll have to go. And and read that because that sounds interesting to write one more already. Let's see what's a good one here. What's good, and what's a good one? I mean, how about No, that's not good. None of these are good. How about AH, Tuesday? Motivation? No, That's not because you can guess what what That would be. It's just a don lemon lemon. Why is don women what did what did he scream about on CNN? He said something on CNN. Probably that is Irked people because of its inaccuracies. Yeah, He said something that pissed a lot of people off. And I'm reading that now. A lot of people are upset with what he had to say there. Yeah, Not a good thing, Cassie. So at my improving right Everything. Trending is something horrible. What does that say about us? I guess the only good thing on there was Tuesday. Motivation. That was the only thing that was positive. People want to get motivated on there Tuesday. Everything else. Some bizarre story about Tom Cruise Don Lemon's pissing people off to Sean Jackson's posting horrible quotes that are out there and, Yeah, it's It's pretty bad. Is really bad. Yeah, That's why you can't get caught up in it. And this is what players dough. Yes, they they They're trending They they get involved in this stuff. And then the next thing you know, they do something stupid, then Japan for it. Yeah, well, That's AH, story we know all too well in professional sports these days. Okay, Boomer Angio on fan, CBS sports network and radio dot com. There's five calls on.

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AI and New Tech in Orthopedics

The Voice of Healthcare

07:05 min | 2 years ago

AI and New Tech in Orthopedics

"Phoenix surgeon. The Nice thing about incorporating technology into our work today is that there's many different facets we can utilize it one area that I would say in regards to reduce provisions that we talked about is how do we make our practices. Smarter Redo His from Radiology Perspective. So I definitely use. Ai and clever was some individuals to look at media graphs not just that the hip and knee which we look specifically but other areas around it but also using a. I the diagnosed utilize ai to identify implants which we can't do as well with the human eye. An area of interest for myself and Thurston is infections and so we're using technology tech infections earlier because we know that earlier detection is earlier treatment which is outcome for patients. So this is done with sensors. Sometimes you the placement skin placed inside intense themselves and when it comes to technology another area that I'm interested in investigating is when do implants fail so when we look at technology today when I can tell implants? Failing my biggest indicator is a patient coming in with pain after getting an implant placed in. It's not a very sensitive indicator by far so people are developing who we call smart implants where you're putting in technology into implants themselves that can detect these problems of loosening beforehand. So we can utilize those regular everyday practices. Hossan M I. I couldn't agree with you more. I think the The future really is in technology and algae via from numerous ways You know the I think the idea of implantable smart. Implants has has huge potential. Identifying you can start off the bio mechanics. Amazing why they fail. You also can monitor patients much better. We're going to be doing much of our Care has to be much more cost. Effective way to be a monitor them from afar That would be far superior. We can identify patients who need more. You would know much more about this than I do. Because you're the infection grew as here but I could imagine implants that someday. We'll be able to pick up infections before we know they're infected. Maybe self diagnosing type implants also if you look at it. There's some areas that that are so fundamental if you think of what we lack in and there's such a need for technology were just beginning to scratch the surface on that we don't balance a knee until maybe more the last five years any differently than John. Insult did it thirty years ago. It's I think this is good. And we don't know what we think is bounced stays the same balanced two months later two years later which patients loosen which patients don't loosen. We don't we haven't had objected ways. I think with the sensor technology with robotics we will gain insight to know how we should treat various different patients and really go to individualizing the patient. And then you begin to say using the data that we are deriving could derives law all these technology. This is torsten and I think I agree with both of you guys and and I think Antonio spot on if you look at the use of I in in healthcare. I think the area that we're most advanced is the imaging area. They are advanced algorithms available. That disappoint even read at an accuracy that succeeds ever trade yards. So I think this is a huge area. If an orthopedic surgeon that uses x Ray every day to follow patients to diagnose patients determine their readiness for surgery to say that. Hey we're reaching this point where you probably going to be candidate for for total joint replacement and you can incorporate dad on the Tele Medicine Platform. You can get x-rays anywhere and I read it and then refers the patient A personal interest of mine where I use. Ai and machine learning is in predicting outcomes We have been for the past three years. I've been working on projects trying to predict length of stay cost overrun in a in a bundled episode Predicting adverse events such as readmission Divas it's Or DISCHARGE DISPOSITION. The challenges there. Is You machine? Learning models depend on the accuracy of the data that you feed into the model also accurate coding and ended event trade for this especially orthopaedics. Elective surgery is fairly small. So you need large numbers to get. Akron models But I think that that has a tremendous Opportunity in that area when it comes to a If you talk about technology and orthopedics and I don't think I think Steve mentioned going as like I think one area that we really have come a long way and that we're making rapid improvements. It's using robotics sensors. I I to balance the using robotics to do the cops. Think these areas Extremely fast growing areas with companies diving into it and rapidly releasing new technologies reducing revisions conference. We talk a lot about this kind of edge of the circle research. The things that you all just mentioned and what you're excited about what you discussed. What would you say to those listening? patients providers technicians. Do you think is the most tangible rate Just right on the circle of we'RE GONNA. This thing is about to be across the country and available in all markets. Why are you excited about that? Particular piece of technology. I think what is middle available at this point in most of the hospitals I would say the market penetration close to fifty sixty percent. Now is some type of robotic technology or navigation technology. It's available implant placement. I think that that is something that patients can have a conversation with the provider about the benefits and risk without. But that is Fandy. Well penetrated an orthopedic market. And then if you if you go and shift to value based environment and look at what is available there. Several companies smaller companies platforms that offer. Ai Technologies or communication technologies to provide us to interact with patients and that goes as far as as using tell them visits and Ritual follow ups and I think Dole Todd technologies that in my opinion they bay exciting something that comes in handy during this code nineteen crisis as

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"fandy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Problem. The biggest star out with a calf injury. But still the rest of the warriors went the Houston beat the rockets one eighteen hundred thirteen to win the playoff series in six games. Steph curry leading Golden State with thirty three points all in the second half. The rockets had a seven point late in the fourth her in his mates would rally and they persevered the win the series getting the Western Conference finals right fifth straight season curry spoke sportscenter when that's be paying he mentioned might look e c but that's the evening. Those cartels about all the time. Winning championships is hard you can break down and analyze our respective runs that we've had and even when we went sixteen to one the playoffs it was hard. And so like to know replay twelve really tough game. So far this these play offs and are moving onto the next round it can regroup and hopefully get healthy and keep pushing you got to celebrate these moments Goodison, it's not. Guarantee by stretching magic nation. Bigly. Baseball on Friday night Chapman. With a solo Homer. The twelfth the as walked off over Cleveland, four three dodgers shut up. The national spy zip bigwig from the brewers seven nothing of the cut Gonzales picks up his first win from the walking. And the Yankees beat the race in Tampa by the final afford a three. We continue on and talk about the twin. Now the Tigers six zip pirates not Goff the finals by the final two to one and trout promised the young Fandy. Hit a Homer Friday. Baltimore came through when a solo shot. Angels over the coming up Monday for once. He's the favourite to win the NBA finals not coming out of the west the latest Mamta playoffs,.

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"fandy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It's been right. Of course, not. But if you're just joining us, Mike Babcock TMC sports. This sounds like the start of a joke guys. So you walk into a bar and coming right in behind. You is Tom Brady Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon it appears as though that sort of did happen. Didn't it? They had a nice little dinner. Right. Didn't they last night? I wonder what that conversation was like. The conversation was like and who paid the village. But they they film something for Jimmy Kimmel TV show a little bit and afterwards Jimmy took them out to dinner. They went to a fancy Japanese steakhouse and had some sushi at stake in Beverly Hills, and they look like at night center, but three powerful guy. That's that's pretty pretty famous powerful rich stable, you could say that you could say that for sure I'm gonna go with the Jimmy Kimmel on that one. I think Jimmy Kimmel paid the Bill. That's. Ask tie dinner there. It is. So Mike before we yet is Mike before we let you go as you know, we have a pretty big fight in Las Vegas this weekend on Saturday cannot also Alvarez in the ring who do you like in this fight? How do you see this thing going because I know your big boxing guy? Yeah. Actually, I think would fight. But although daddy Jacob swears that he's going to shock the world. But no fighter boxer UFC fighter. I ever spoke to before said they were going to lose. Valley. It'll be a close by. I think Danny Jacobs is on the radio. But I I get the feeling that Danny had said knockout ELO because I I don't see especially Vegas. I don't see Danny winning a decision. I think he's been down that road before with triple j. I think a lot of people think he won that fight. And he he didn't get the decision. So I think if Danny went he got a knock mellow out. But I think can win this fight. Mike. Are you a Keiler Murray? Fandy think he has a big career. And who do you think had the best draft team wise? Oh, boy, I'm a giant. Yeah. He's not my type of quarterback. I get that. There have been insured quarterback. But he there's been to be my guy wouldn't be my guy. Like, I think the giant. I like those big strong type of quarterback more traditional quarterback. But I would be surprised. I'm still shocked that put Kingsbury the coach how you how'd you get fired and fall up like that their furniture wha- hoses record. I Texas Tech was like fifty five percent. Four percent was even over five hundred terrible. Terrible been all he wasn't getting better getting worse. And you look at the players. He had he you know, he had arguably the best quarterback in the league right now. One of the best put right? I I don't know. It's shocking that he got fired and wound up where he was the quarterback you wanted. So let's see what he can do. But you know, I probably wouldn't have picked out a very I heart fair enough. All right. Mr. Babcock always do a great job over there at TMZ sports. Keep up the good work, my friend. Enjoy this beautiful weather have a great weekend. We will catch up next week. All right, there you go. Mike Babcock teams sports does a phenomenal job. He gave his honest answer. I did not know that Babcock was a giants fan. I I know he's a back east New York. I did not know he was a giants fan..

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"fandy" Discussed on V103

V103

21:49 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on V103

"Puppy on this. Can be decided. Be. Don't see him. I do. Tone. And at the season this so. Stay. About. Me. I don't see them. Hello. Own. Say. This. In a car accident or work injury. Call the Illinois at one eight hundred four. Gotta pay. You know? As who shot. Can you? Just. I don't know. Kids. Gotta pay. If you don't know. Let you. Pay. Three Saturday morning. Scuppers? I was on echo into say, Alexa, play one or two point seven three. No. Let's go. Coin. Dylan. Alphabet. Three. Today are being throwbacks. Fandy purple party people three that's the purple celebration. At Saturday twenty inside. Hanan Morris time. Hosted by Joe Soto grab your tickets at the box office or TicketMaster. Retail's three. Saturday morning news. Three. I. Oh. Steve Harvey for L. Very fun. How can? So we'll..

"fandy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"It just seems to me that one of Floyd's greatest assets. You're listening to Caspian Los Angeles is knowing who to fight and win to fight him. Like you were saying Roger it's not just I'll fight him. I'm gonna fight him either. Right before he. Figures it out or right after even though he's got it figured out. He can't do anything with me that he his skill set in picking opponents is fantastic. This seems like a very risky thing for him to do. Now, we know Floyd loves money. We know he likes big payday. So maybe that a one point five billion dollar event might be enough to say, I don't care how risky it is go in there and do it. But it just seems that Floyd is awfully cautious about picking his opponents that seems like a dangerous opponent cautious. Smart scared. Our when it whatever you. Yeah. He's accused of ducking lot. I think just unnamed cachet alone. And the fact that, you know, Floyd Mayweather really isn't well like in general, sports community and terms of Fandy. Indeed. He's got his fans, but he's got a lot of that can't stand him and would love to see him get his ass kicked. And certainly there is a high risk when you say Rosh if he goes to the ring at this point of his career with the hard hitting canola Varez, he might get beat down. Yeah. And you don't see him recei. He initiates the ups like you guys as us not someone else saying terms. Okay. And he just accepts it. So I don't see him taking on this at this. I would wish it was four or five years ago when he was more towards the end of his prime. I think still would win. If you saw the fight. I mean can Nello maybe squared him up twice an entire fight. And he's seventeen a bigger man younger man, you know. And so it was such a mismatch that I do. I understand what you're saying. They even a Florida's older now. But it was so easy. The first time I don't know of Cannella has that much more experiences time. I don't know if it'd be that much of a difference. Well, I'm looking at his experience combined with in a Floyd's age and inactivity and in activity, though, he did go over to Japan and beat up some stiff or something like that. I guess it comes down to what Floyd is more interested in does he want one more massive payday or does he want to protect the legacy of these created because if he gets if he gets wacked if if he got knocked out, I know, it doesn't do anything. I get if I'm only. Great. But it'd be a would be an odd period exclamation point his career where he'd gone through and bid so cautious or or Duckie whatever you want to put into it. If he was sitting to say, you know, what I will take that. And got his lights turned out. It would be it would be an unusual footnote to the end of a guy that was always good at making matches the picked a bad one at the very end. You do. No. We don't remember Michael plan for the wizards. Right. I do. You do most of us. Remember, Michael plants. Like when you've had such a long extended run of excellent. Owning your visit to the Lakers. If you're Karl Malone doesn't show up on the link, Dan page. No is just. Yeah. It just doesn't. I think that he got beat down. I mean, it'd be funny. But when you mentioned his name that won't be the first thing that popped the people's it won't be it won't be. But he seems to be preoccupied with his legacy as well saying that we would be necessarily because Emmett Smith and the cardinals Patrick Ewing on the Seattle SuperSonics. There's always those weird Akeem in Toronto. There's always these weird ending out about right for for great players..

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"fandy" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on Probably Science

"My son will eat my I. Have raised him. As long as he doesn't eat the placenta. I hope she doesn't have. I keep it in the fridge. One does. The wedding cake. You got keep it in the free after. Fandy stay way permit. Tasty. It'll be or not. Both you both would have trained as general doctors. And then taken a ton into various special say, look, it's. Re criticizing their medical fields took a turn. Hello. How did you just like to specialize in OBGYN, why came to OBGYN out of a place of anger, which is sort of like life story? So I was in medical school. I had always been at when the law changed in Canada regarding abortion. I got active when I was sixteen. I remember writing my ten speed down to the first free standing abortion clinic and trying to do my best to help. And and then when I was in medical school. I was very young. I got him when I was nineteen. And there were everybody was lecturing me about women's health was a man I was like it was like, it was all men, and obviously part of that was the product of the nineteen eighty s and so I was like why are why is it all men doing women's healthcare? And I thought well, I'm smart I'm gonna go do it because women deserve the best and this shit. So that's why I did. And it really changed by the time. I was probably ten years old because I went to medical school in the ninety dollars. Not only was it mostly women, but the faculty and staff and OBGYN was mostly. Yeah. So it was a big change in. I mean, and I was a lot different than most people when they write their essays. On OBGYN that talk about the miracle of birds and the for some baby. And I was like I wanna do abortions. I. Like, I want to help women. I want to do real things for women like delivering a baby isn't real. But I wasn't this whole like they all everybody seems to write like that same essay about the miracle of birth. And I was like I just wanna look after women and give them the best care. So I basically wrote like one graph. So I was like daring them take me if you will. So that's how I got into it. Plays of anger. Waifish anger at the weight of the patriarchy. So yeah, did the law in candidate change in a negative way. No change in a very positive way. So there's no abortion line Canada. It's not illegal is not legal. It's a medical procedure fancy that. And guess what the abortion rate is no or than did state. So there are new there there aren't conservative like we have down here there are. But you know, Canadians are like shut up. We don't really care. I mean, so yeah. No, it's mostly. I mean, of course, they are they have they have some some right wing people in but mo- most people are very tolerant about and. Yeah. And the supreme court throughout the abortion law was like eighty nine or eighty eight. I remember specifically. And so, yeah, it's just a medical procedure. Now. That's great. Yeah. So, you know, and there's access to easier access to birth control. I mean, if you're sixteen you don't have to worry if your insurance is.

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"fandy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Google play or. Wherever you get your app. So you can do that. As we've got a lot of stuff coming up on there and a bunch of stuff even as we speak today. I'll give you more on the next couple of days. Max in the Bronx gets to think about his chiefs. Again, what's up max? Mike. You gotta it. We got we got to win. I hope you win. My son Harrison's chief in he became a chief fan years ago. I got I got Jack who's a falcon fan. I got Harrison is a chief fan. Harrison's route and hard for the chiefs this week. So let's see what happens. Homes. He's got him Mahomes jersey as guys got a hill jersey too. So he's. Yeah. He's he calls and Patty. He says. Paulie can get the job done. He says he's twelve years old. And he gives you gives me Patty can get the job done. We call them, Patty cake, Patty cake, omega shake, you guys. Don't love this guy. Too much. All right. Chief though, love this quarterback too much, man. We'd never have. They got to win this day. Please. All of guys, man. Indeed. He never played in one. I hope I hope they win. Yeah. Mike will Schill this. I hope it happens. I hope it happens. All guys a hope it happens. I hope they good luck. Max this week? I hope it happens. I hope it does L Fandy sake. And he gets there. If Andy makes it I will try to get into the next week. We can swing that forget or maybe from the Super Bowl. We'll see I might go. Visit them at the Super Bowl xlii. But I gotta get there. I gotta get there. James in jersey. What's up James? Hey, my guy doing good. What's happening? I wanted to see what you thought would be like the highest rating Super Bowl out of the possible match up like the most I would go on with it. Whether it'll be LA avid any because of the population out there, or if it would be better if it would be like a breeze Brady billing of it. Good question. I would think. The ratings. Now logic would dictate if you were going gonna do it from a TV standpoint that Rams pats would be the highest rated that would be what you would take from the markets. Now, it doesn't mean it has to be that way. I think it would be very close ratings wise would all four I think the the one that would be the. I think saints chiefs. Old young quarterbacks to exciting offenses. I think I actually think the chiefs because of the nature of the offense Mahomes, the whole thing against either team would be very exciting. And I think it's just that with the past people are just used to omit. So it's like old hat them being there. It's like watching a rerun. I think that's the that's the best thing. I can give you about. Why? That's the only reason. I mean, there's no other reason, you know. Like like, the guys saints the month the ticket price going to go down if the pattern it because people just they've been there done that see the chiefs if they get there then been there in forever. The fan base going to go crazy and buy every ticket. They can get their hands on pad fan. Some of them are like Super Bowl. I've been to a million. David flatbush. What's up, Dave? Hey, doing my what's happening. So before the higher, I was actually one of on the one one out of a million who didn't want McCarthy I actually wanted somebody else not sold on McCarthy considering he hasn't won since two thousand ten with one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. I just personally was not so okay. When they when they signed gays I was excited. I I actually felt that four years ago. We would have said it is one of the best things. The jets could have had. And I don't think ten hill us wiler and Cutler should ruin that as far as as far as the offense offensive had coaches concerned. Okay. I my only concern. I mean in reality is is is this peculiar on business with the press conference? And I understand it's just a press conference. And the interviews. That's the only thing that raises some some. I mean, it just seems strange to me. I just don't understand what what we just going to say it raised. Your eyebrows is that what you were going to say. I'm not I'm not gonna go anywhere near is. The reality is is that it seems it seems a little bit funny strings. But then again, I I still think I'm just gonna go out on a limb and say, I think it's a solid higher especially considering they're getting defensive guy like Greg Williams. I mean, the guy is could be tremendous for this. I think you're gonna come prepared for every game. You're not gonna have situations where they're just going to give up like they did in the last few years. I'm. Solid higher. I'm just gonna try to ignore the fact that he that he's botching his first day and a half on the job. He didn't get as first footfall wasn't great. But we'll see mostly Allen parameters. What's about Mike? KC? Patriots cold weather ball, like brick you have to figure there's going to be turnovers. It can be big part of this game. You agree with that? I don't know. I'm not gonna forecast the weather until we see where it is on day. I mean, we still only Tuesday. So let's just put the weather on hold for a couple of days. I mean, I I don't know what to expect from the weather yet. Know I have to ask you something about last week's game the patch in the charges. Give me the reason why you think that will check won the toss and took the ball. I mean, I could not figure that out. I mean, he hasn't done that on here because he thought his offensive line was going to dominate the game. He wanted to send a message with them right off the bat. He wanted to send the message that they were going to dominate the game. And send the message that the way they were gonna play offensively. We were going to they were going to dominate the game. At the line of scrimmage with the controlled short passing game and their running game and send the message and go right down the field and. Right down their throats, which is what they did. And I think that's what they that's what they planned to do. That's what they plan to do all week that was their practice mode. And they wanted to send the message right off the bat. They didn't want to go out there and have the defense get scored on which it did on the first time. I got got the ball. Anyway. So I think that I think they wanted to send the message which they did with their offensive line. Now as far as Andy Reid how much pressure is it on him to win. I mean, nothing's going to happen to Andy Reid if he doesn't win. I mean, the chiefs love them the chief. I mean, he's going to hear a lot of catcalls from people in the in the business. We're going to say you can't win the big one. But I mean, they're they're the thrilled with the product. They have. I mean, they're thrilled with the team. They have they're thrilled with the coach they have. So from that standpoint. I mean, he's gonna wake up the chief coach next year. But I think internally I think he's to a point where he knows his chances of winning a Super Bowl of probably dwindling to a few. And here's a guy who's got a glowing lifetime record who wants desperately to win the Super Bowl. I mean as any coach would. But here's a man who's one two hundred games. Who has one? I mean, I don't know if people realize this. I mean, Andy Reid gets gets beat up obviously for his postseason record his record in the NFC title game. The fact that he hasn't been able to win the big games some of the losses that they've suffered at home and everything else. But I mean, I don't know if people realize when you're talking about a level of consistency. Andy reid. Has one. Eleven or more games in a season. One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven times eleven or more games. Eleven times. If you add ten into the mix, he is one ten or more games. One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen times. He's won ten or more games in a season. I mean, he has had in twenty years a coaching. He has had seventeen winning seasons. He is. Two hundred and twenty four. Well, let me give you the whole records. Lifetime. He is one excuse me. Regular season one nine five and one twenty four. A six eleven winter sentenced that's better than a lot of coaches. That's a great regular season win percentage. He hasn't been. He hasn't been great postseason. Coach. As we know. He has had a lot of trouble in the postseason. Okay. In the playoffs. He is twelve and thirteen. Wait a second. That's something that bad. Well, he's lost. A lot of title games is the conference championship games. He's only won the conference championship. Once a lost the Super Bowl that year by three points. So he's twelve and thirteen in twenty five playoff games..

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"fandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"fandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sounds good. Thank you, my friend. All right. Thanks, guys. Take care. To now on Colorado's morning news. The Broncos for is busy looking for the team's next head coach today. They're meeting was Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio he's the last name on that short list. And right now, we're talking with orange and blue seven sixty host Andy Lindahl. Good morning. Andy morning, good. What are your initial thoughts on Vic Fangio, do you like them? All I can't tell you. It makes me terribly excited to be quite honest with you. But you know, I think it will be a coach that they picked is. Well, Indicas coaching searching experienced so be as I hit job. But I think they'll get a guy. That's a veteran guy kind of goes against the flow is at the profile. What Joseph was first time to it so on and so forth. So I don't know. We'll see admitted that he hadn't even prepared new get. Clap. So we'll see what kind of impression. He leaves US Open. I think the team wants to move quickly which could rule out some coaches that are currently with teams. But Big Joe, or I should say some coaches that are currently in the playoffs, but they can't use one of those anymore. One of those head coaches with head coach experiences. John Harbaugh report over the weekend said that the dolphins and Broncos were both seriously looking at him. Is there any truth to that? Do you think? Yeah. I think John's interested that story doesn't seem to go away. Now, the question is are the ravens or you know, a high draft pick first round draft choice last time we saw coach traded the raiders gave up a pretty good package picks. So we'll see April. It's not unheard of actually trade for coach. But I know this I wouldn't be and I don't think John would warrant you to create the number number ten pick for him. Which is what the Broncos have in the first round. So we'll see I bet you there's interest there. But I don't know where it will go Fandy. Do you think there's a front runner if so who well from what I understand the guys over the weekend? Both might one check in check for Ghana left. Good impressions. And they were over. They were really impressive. Is that Taylor? Young should be coaching the Rams to now when we spoke to Rams beat writer. He claimed he thought might be open to an OC job and offensive coordinator job. So we'll see maybe that's not the route that it all works out with Gary kubiak being in the mix Adam Schefter tweeting yesterday. The Broncos are blocking interviews for coach kubiak, which means he's going to probably be in the mix. Somehow to I Mike you nowadays with Adam Schefter. He chose to tweet out the Mike months shack was interested in the Broncos job after having no interest in jobs last year that I think is interesting. So I. Near the front. But I think Donald what's a good impression. He's co host or Coa colleague on orange and blue seven sixty. It's Andy Lindahl. Andy, thank you so much for your time and your insight as always. Thank you to Forty-five. Colorado's.

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