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Fox News Joins the FemiNazis With Morgan Zegers
"Let's play this shocking clip. This was sent to me by a Salem colleague on Friday. I have nothing else to say except fox is gone. Rylan whittington, whose journey of transitioning at age 5 has been seen by 7 million people in a family YouTube video. Brian Yanis has the story about that family that hopes they're experienced can help others. Watch here. If you saw me walking down the street, you wouldn't think anything different. 14 year old rylan winnington is a typical Southern California teenager. And the whittington's along with mom, Hillary, dad, Jeff, and sister brinley, are a typical family. The only difference, though, in rylan's eyes, is what this family can mean to the tens of thousands of kids under 18 who identify as transgender. We put our story out there, so people can see that there's another family out there that is going through what we're going through or there's another family who's proud of who they are. Before rylan could even speak, he managed to tell his parents that he is a boy. I could just see it. It wasn't true to be a brat. It was like painful. It was truly painful for him to have to wear feminine clothing and for us constantly telling him that you're a girl. So that's faulks, the erstwhile conservative cable giant that for Pride Month is celebrating a girl being mutilated and turning into a pretend boy. You can react, however, you wish to that Morgan, I would just say that I believe and have done for some time, perhaps this is the most important issue we have that will help wake up America to what is happening. I would agree. The left is taking this to our children and it's crossing the line. It's interesting I spoke at Colorado school of mines a couple months ago and I showed up to speak about history because I love history and this is my work. And there were 40 students outside, protesting me for being transphobic. That's not bad. 40. I was like, oh, they're here for me. And they had these posters saying that someone was there who was against human rights. And they had clips of me that they were referencing just talking about protecting women's sports and objectivity, basic truth and science. And so after that, what I found, what was most disappointing is there were some boys there in the crowd. And they came up to me after because I had addressed the protesters and they had said something along the lines of, I just don't know why you care about this so much. It's just women's sports. It's just a woman's bathroom. It's just whoever how they want to identify. And to me, it's everything.
"faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"When you are and I say this because most guys don't grow up a fan of the game. The mom or the dad or the uncle or brother made him play, but you know, I'm a football junkie. And I love the game. And you know, I've told the story many a times, the only way I could get to see the game was being a vendor, selling popcorn and Superdome, and that's the only way I could watch the games. And when you do stuff like that, you know, it's like, I'm finding ways to get into the games to watch the games. And then lo and behold, I am now the entertainment in that game. And then the guys that I was doing that to watch are friends of mine, and those guys that are in the Hall of Fame and I looked up to, you know, I tell Ricky Jackson all the time. You know, like just the relationship of for him the consider me a friend and idolize like what those guys Sam mills Bond Johnson like those guys playing to have a Jerry Rice, me watching him or Dion or Michael. You know, they were before me, and I got to watch them. And now I can call them Friends of mine. And that's a, you just don't get to do that in life often. And you can say, I watched you play while I was giving change for a 20. There you go. Yep. We'll leave you with this one last question. What's your best advice for people who are just getting started and who are trying to find a new path out there for themselves? Find something that not only makes you money, but make you happy. Find something that you will do because it's what you want to do. Not what you have to do. The things you get to do because you want to do you will do and become successful and you will have all the money you need because you enjoy what you do. And you're not afraid of taking chances. That's it? Marshall, I love you. Thank you. All good. Thanks for having me. Until next time. Until next time, and I think you owe me a dinner anyway. I owe you so much. And I am going to make sure I pay up. Good. 'cause I'll hold your ass accountable. All right, I'll have a good one. I hope you all enjoyed that conversation with Marshall faulk as much as I did. Next week we're going to change pace and talk to Dave mandel. He was the executive producer and showrunner for VP was an executive producer and director of Seinfeld and curb your enthusiasm. He has written some of the funniest shows on television up next. He's finishing a special called Watergate on Watergate for HBO and he's got great stories, guys. All those great stories from behind the scenes of Seinfeld and curb and beep and I can't wait to share them all with you here on just getting started. See you next week..
"faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Hey guys, thrilled to be back with you on this edition of just getting started. I am so happy to have my dear friend, my work husband, the guy that I depend on when rich is not around Marshall faulk joining us here on the podcast and Marshall's also chomping on potato chips and he looks like the CIA is keeping him sound weird like sleeper still. I'm in the black site. You do. You look like you're like George Clooney from syriana and you're about to go and throw down with some terrorists. What's going on, Marshall? Where are you? Nothing, man. I'm in a little cave, you know, I'm on a little retreat. Playing some golf, getting a little R and R, you know? Much needed, much needed. I work hard, too. So I deserve to treat myself. I deserve to run away from my kids and hide. Can I come? Can I come? I have to, I have to wrap this up and get back to little league. I dropped my kid like unattended a little league practice. Let's just hope that he doesn't like, you know, swing around and crack himself in the head right now because I'm not there because I'm talking to you. I want to come. I want to go play some golf with you. What's your handicap these days? I can't tell them. I can't just lose that. Come on. I can't. For gambling purposes only. I can not disclose that. I mean, it's just people to me Marshall. It's just you and me. No one's no, it's not. No, it's not. I have a problem with golf. I don't like people watching me, so I'm always like, all right, turn around. And then it's the pressure of standing over the tea. And I'm like, okay, I'm ready, I'm ready. I get there and I'm like, okay, just look away. Is that wrong? No, that's the beauty of it. When you become better, that's all you do is you want people to see. Golf is literally a show off sport. You're by yourself. It's you and the ball. And you want people to marvel over how close your head into the hole, when you make the putt, how far you can hit the ball. And in reality, things always go wrong. And then why do so many people look so insane playing golf if it's a look at me, some of the guys out there, some of the pros, beer guts, I mean, let's face it like you want to look at me, maybe take a lap. You know what? It's changed that used to be like the dynamic of golf. But if you look at a lot of the younger guys, from Tiger on down, like athletes are playing golf now, like there's so many athletes. And this is case in point, Jared Schmidt, basketball player, NBA basketball player, goes and plays college golf. It is. But, you know, ever since I took up this sport, it has been something that it grabbed me and I became addicted to the imperfection of searching for perfection. You know, you can never, ever get it right. And then when you get it right, you always start thinking about how better you could have gotten it. It's crazy. That sounds like the title of a book, the imperfection of searching for perfection. Like, what is it exactly about golf that you think is so fascinating? Talk to me about how somebody who's played in the National Football League at the very highest level restarts a secondary leaven golf. Yeah. You know, I actually started playing when I was while I was in the league. And what I always tell people about golfers, go facts actually made me a better athlete. It made me a better professional for the simple fact that it taught me how to accept when things go wrong, that it didn't mean if you fumbled a ball as a running back. It didn't mean you were a fumbler. It happened at one time. Like, bad golfer. I mean, good golfers. Great golfers hit bad shots. But you get back into your routine and you swing away with the confidence that that's not going to happen again. I think that's a, I don't think unless you play golf, you didn't understand in ten cup when Kevin Costner, he kept dropping the ball and hitting another one, dropping the ball and hitting another one. It's because you have to believe in yourself that you can get it done. And I don't care if you hit every ball in the water, it's just about, I knew I could do it. I did it. Who taught you how to play golf? Well, first, it was a guy named Brad Mays when I lived in Indianapolis. I lived across the street from eagle creek golf course and this guy named Brad Mays, and this was the best thing. I was at a golf tournament. I actually Eric Dickerson's golf tournament. Tommy armored a third bet me a $100. He's like, you just won rookie of the year. I bet you can't hit this golf ball soon. Couldn't get it off the ground. And that's the bad feeling. I thought golf was a wimpy sport. You know, I thought it was for like nerds. I'm a be honest, but I was like, oh my God. Who plays golf? And once I understood and I got into it, I took lessons, Brad literally took me on the range for like months before he would allow me to play. And then I went out and I played, I was like,.
"faulk" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"And those guys that are in the Hall of Fame and I looked up to, you know, I tell Ricky Jackson all the time. You know, like just the relationship of for him to consider me a friend and I idolize like what those guys Sam mills Bond Johnson like those guys playing to have a Jerry Rice me watching him or Dion or Michael. You know, they were before me and I got to watch them and now I can call them Friends of mine and that's a you just don't get to do that in life often. And you can say I watched you play while I was giving change for a 20. There you go. Yep. We'll leave you with this one last question. What's your best advice for people who are just getting started and who are trying to find a new path out there for themselves? Find something that not only makes you money, but make you happy. Find something that you will do because it's what you want to do. Not what you have to do. The things you get to do because you want to do, you will do and become successful, and you will have all the money you need because you enjoy what you do. And you're not afraid of taking chances. That's it? March, I love you. Thank you. I'm not just getting started. All good. Thanks for having me. Until next time. Until next time, and I think you owe me a dinner anyway. I owe you so much. And I am going to make sure I pay up. Good. 'cause I'll hold your ass accountable. All right, I'll have a good one. I hope you all enjoyed that conversation with Marshall faulk as much as I did. Next week we're going to change pace and talk to Dave mandel. He was the executive producer and showrunner for VP was an executive producer and director of Seinfeld and curb your enthusiasm. He has written some of the funniest shows on television up next. He's finishing a special called Watergate on Watergate for HBO and he's got great stories, guys. All those great stories from behind the scenes of Seinfeld and curb and beep and I can't wait to share them all with you here on just getting started. See you next week. This.
"faulk" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"How did you get recruited by San Diego state then if your team was hot garbage? Team was hot garbage. The recruiter who came to see we were playing our arrival and they had to receiver a guy named ray Peterson who was like blue chip guy really good receiver and I played corner and came to see him. And at our game, when we played them, I had like a game of two interceptions, took one back for a touchdown through pub touchdown, Rushford typed down, caught blood touched down, and he just was like, he went back to his like, hey, Curtis Johnson. He went back to the head coach and was like, you look, ray Peterson is good. And we can recruit him. But we have to take a look at this guy. And so I took a trip, it was like I wanted to go to California, I was like, I got a chance to go to California. Didn't want to go to Cal, none of the schools up north because I went to play football in warm weather. I don't know why people go to school, go to college somewhere where it's cold. It makes no sense to me. Or play football in college. Everybody else says to me, if you don't have to. It's great. It's great. That's the woman who lives in Los Angeles. Says the woman who lives in Los Angeles. I'm sorry, let me just turn down the 80° outside, right? I'm like, who am I kidding? Gary, can you go and find? Don't call my ass out. This is my podcast damn it. Oh man. So at the time, you know, the gang stuff and like the Rodney King stuff was going on in LA. So that was a San Diego state. I was like, all right, cool. I'll take a trip here. Man, when I flew, I flew there and I went to school and I walked on campus and I was just like, wow. This is awesome. And I grew up, you grew up in the south, this black and white. It's black and white, and now you get to see this melting pot. You know, I didn't know much. I didn't know much more than, you know, my community and my neighborhood, my environment. I was in travel. And that's all I thought, I remember, and I can't remember who told me this. Somebody was like, make sure you go to college in a city that you want to live in because the connections that you make, they go far. And I was like, I want to live here. What was that? What was it? What was it that got you? Probably the diversity, you know, I had never, I had never met other than white and black. I had never met another race and never seen in San Diego is such a melting pot..
"faulk" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Grew up poor. And impoverished. And I didn't realize what my mother accomplished because I was the youngest. She sent me off to college. Everybody was out of a house, and I was like, this woman is something special. I'm talking, she had my oldest brother when she was 14. Dropped out at dropped out of school and tenth grade and provided for us and taught us how to be responsible adults. You know, like having a woman raised 6 boys, that's hard. That's hard. And so when I think about my life, man, people getting killed, guns, drugs, violence, all of that was around me. But I grew up in a loving home and with a loving family and I feel like I grew up the way I should have grown up because it taught me all the values and morals that I have today. I can't even imagine how many jobs your mom juggled. Oh my God, it's I'm talking two and three jobs. Two and three jobs at times. It was unbelievable. Two and three jobs. So what was your introduction to football? How did you get into it? So when I grew up, I was not supposed to play football. My mom, my mom would not allow me to play football. And my brothers, I had to sneak and play football. And I remember when my mom heard that I was playing football, she told me this was the rule. She said, okay, you can play. But you can't get hurt, and if I'm ever at a game, I need you to never lay on the field and be hurt. If you do, and I have to come down there, I'm whipping your ass. So it wasn't bad enough that you might be hurt on the field. You were going to get a weapon if you got up too. I got a broken arm. She gone with me. So maybe that's why you were so good. They believe that's why you're so able to Dodge the tacklers because you were afraid of your arms. I was not getting hurt. As soon as I never, I never had to get carried off a field. A cart or nothing never had to come and get me ever. That never happened. Why do you think Marshall? I don't know. Well, I do know. I remember the deal that we made. I remember the deal that we made. Like, my mom literally come to games just to watch to see me get up. Like, get tackled, she'd be like, get up, get up, get up. And I remember having a conversation with her. She just, she can stand people hitting me and tackling me. Susan's one time, my mom saw Warren sapp, I think we were at the Pro Bowl. And we had just beat the bucks and I took my mom to the Pro Bowl, and my mom signed me in the elevator and he introduced, he saw me with my mom and he introduced himself and my mom, I know who you are..
"faulk" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Fun. And it had me right there. I had all kinds of contraptions in my house and my garage, buying all I would buy all kinds of stuff to just to try to get better. Are there what kind of parallels are there with golf in the National Football League? I'm going to say that the only parallel that there is is they boat will humble you. In the National Football League, you can and will be humbled. I look at a Tariq keel. You know, it's like, you're having, listen, you were it and Kansas City, but when it came time to get paid, it was like, devonte Adams. Hey, you gotta go. Ryan Tannehill. He's taking him to the playoffs. And all of a sudden they dropped another quarterback. And now Ryan Tannehill is letting people know, hey, it's not my job. This sounds familiar. It's not my job to tutor this to mentor this guy. That sounded like Brett Favre, right? Why do they all say that? They sound so crazy when they say that every time. Because most quarterbacks are so sensitive to competition. They can't deal with competition. They need to know they're the only one. And that's it. They don't want competition. It's crazy though, because I was listening to Kurt Warner talk about it this week. And again, nobody in the world has giving is Kurt Warner as, I mean, talk about the homeless man in the world, but he keeps scratching his head. He's like, you should feel, you should have enough confidence in your play that it is okay. To bring someone along to have that kind of karma in the world and every time it's the bread Favre, it's the Ryan Tannehill. These guys are like, they forget that at some point somebody may or may not have helped them out, I kind of feel like someone always helps somebody out along the way. Kurt was one of the few guys and I don't think people remember this. When he was Denny green was the head coach, Kurt was in Arizona. Matt leinart wasn't ready to play. But they wanted to play Matt leinart and then when the game got in the whiny moments, they wanted to put curtain. And Kirk was like, he was coaching Matt leiner. And it came from, and I mean, I was this way too. I remember being in St. Louis with the rams and he kept drafting young running back. I'm like, oh wait, I want MVP. They drafted a running back in the first round. I'm like, I go for, I go for, I break the most yards record total yards from scrimmage..
Hedman has 2 goals, 1 assist as Lightning beat Blues 4-2
"Victor Victor Hedman Hedman scored scored twice twice to to lead lead as as Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Lightning Lightning team team to to a a four four two two win win over over the the visiting visiting St St Louis Louis blues blues Thursday Thursday night night earlier earlier in in the the day day blues blues goalie goalie Jordan Jordan Bennington Bennington and and defenseman defenseman Justin Justin Faulk Faulk both both entered entered covert covert nineteen nineteen protocols protocols so so villa villa who who so so played played in in net net for for Saint Saint Louis Louis Andriy Andriy collaborative collaborative way way on on the the board board first first Brandon Brandon Saad Saad answered answered with with a a power power play play goal goal in in the the second second period period the the teams teams traded traded power power play play goals goals in in the the final final frame frame the the lightning's lightning's Anthony's Anthony's rally rally in in Saint Saint Louis Louis is is palpable palpable it's it's never never it's it's not not in in the the score score at at two two less less than than a a minute minute later later Victor Victor Hedman Hedman broke broke the the tie tie and and then then added added another another goal goal to to make make it it for for two two lightning lightning Walter Walter Marcia Marcia Cano Cano Tampa Tampa
Faulk, Blues jump on Golden Knights in 1st period, win 5-2
"The seamless please scored five unanswered goals after falling behind early to beat the Vegas golden knights five due to rain Riley Tyler Bozak Justin Faulk Brandon Saad nickel Michaelis scored to give St Louis its second win in its last six games fox goal the game winner was the one hundredth of his NHL career Chandler Stephenson Reilly Smith scored in the first seven minutes as Vegas lost for just the second time in its last seven contests St Louis sits one point behind central division leader Minnesota David Solomon St Louis
"faulk" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
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"faulk" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"More writing this book and early on this great phrase. what he's talking about sex. He has his fraser. It says the boundless joys of shame. And i just thought i was so good. In fact i think martha quote says at some point and you know it is a very powerful thing about the the difficulty that everyone has is how to regulate it too much too little this person that person not at all. It's a hard thing to master identity. Any some human beings find very satisfactory solution. It and some. Don't most muddle along somewhere in the middle but it is an interesting subject and we all tend to laugh about it a bit because because so often it is funny because so often. It is undignified and silly and regrettable but so often it isn't and when it isn't when it's when it's connected to other things you know not. I'm not really talking about sex about you know. Romantic love the sense of finding one other person which has persisted in our lives. I mean it's probably a literary idea is probably an artistic idea but it has massive appeal and many people do believe including me. That's loving one person can be transcendent experience and can lift you out above and beyond the normal way of feeling alive and of course it is literature and art and music which has inflamed this belief but they couldn't have done it unless there was something deep in us that believed it. I wondered if you tell us a little bit about the japanese book that shares its name. Snow country is that. I liked the title of japanese novelist kawabata. Who wrote a book called snow country. It took him about thirty years to write. It is only about one hundred and twenty pages rather the opposite of me. He published in several sections over a very long time. It's a very beautiful book. Japanese very culturally fascinating. It has the most beautiful opening when a train pulled into a remote hill station under heavy snow. And i've always remembered it..
"faulk" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"And i wonder then if that harks back to your father's experience in the war and indeed you growing up immediately post and with the shadow of the cold war. Yes i i mean i suppose so. I was born in the fifties and brought up in the sixties. But so were some people in this room. I imagine and. I don't think the my family's experience of it was in particularly different from anyone else's to me. The interesting thing was why no one else had really written about this. When i was trying to learn how to write i suppose in the seventies reading a lot of contemporary fiction by people of the generation older than mine rises like iris. Murdoch or anthony burgess or kingsley amos jon fouls fouls roads about the war actually in the migos all the maga says he called it sure you what. His own book was called. That's changed my world view but mostly these were people who are of age and it was never mentioned minority characters were they must have been thirty in nineteen forty it. Just pass them by but to me. It was something there. And i think growing up in a died force and being wounded and i just remember this being a fact. He never banged on about it. He was delighted. It was over and it was very sat on having a happy life in you know a nice house in a nice wife and two little boys and then i think when i reached the age of about sixteen. Whatever it is you. I become rather stroppy and questioning thinking well being brought up in this lovely family and they keep telling me everything's all right but we've had the cuban missile crisis when the world and then he was blown to pieces and now we have two hands of two rather unstable men hovering over the nuclear trigger. It isn't that great. Is it. So i think i wanted to know how we got there. And then what kind you know who we were. And then having written a few books about. I decided that human beings were very odd indeed. So that's what the moi latter books have been about. Why are human so awed. Well lane certainly comes from a very odd background if anybody has inherited trauma she has recent to you..
"faulk" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Basically because there will set in france but they're not sequels. they're very minute crossovers between the characters. But you don't need to understand them. We'll know about them. In fact there are one or two cross references from snow country. Too birdsong in fact but it doesn't spoil it for you if you don't pick them up at all but human traces which came out in two thousand five was very long book in very serious book and it was about the beginnings of psychoanalysis. It was about the beginnings of psychiatry and people with great good faith and goodwill and energy trying to work out why human beings seemed so flawed and so broken and why so many of us seem to suffer for mental illness and of course the big victorian silence which were built in this country in the eighteen fifty and eighteen sixties. Where so starting place. But unfortunately they just gathered together people who are suffering from a huge range of disorders many of them which would be classified as mental disorders..
"faulk" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Of sausage makers in a great friend of mine who's all stood his family of sausage makers. But anyway it just seemed to me to sum up sutton sort of australian bourgeois thing to do and he comes there and he's very struck by the number of available women on the street and they literally line up along the street and they have an arrangement with the police whereby they have to stand behind a certain line which is painted down the middle of the pavement so that the respectable passes by can walk along unmolested by these women and this is quite shocking anita their books being written this time by mostly by men i have to say talking about how all women not truly poly-amorous and should have as many lovers as possible and equally freud and other people saying that no no. It's men who need to have as many levels as possible and so so my friend. My friend my character. Anton finds himself in the middle of this sort of ferment. And he's quite a romantic soul really and he thinks we really ought to figure it out by now how men and women need to relate to one another and what's right and what's wrong and what will make them happy and what is proper and so anyway his problems with this assault but he falls in love with a french woman who is a governess to a rich family in a posh suburb of vienna. This solves his problems for the time being but then they get worse when he works as a journalist he has to work all the time because his parents pay for him to be at the university. Because i want him to read law or medicine like good sausage makers do he wants to read philosophy because he realizes that's the soft option Anyway he becomes reasonably employable. I wouldn't say successful but employable as a journalist and he finds himself in paris in nineteen fourteen where he's reporting on a very sensational murder trial of a woman called orient kayo who was the wife of the finance minister who had walked into the office.
"faulk" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"And gentlemen. Good evening welcome to books. Welcome back after after age. It is a real pleasure to have you back. Here's an audience. We've donald susa things on live. Event streamed events. it is not the same. So thank you all for being here this evening. And what a way to start this evening. We're delighted to welcome special folks here to talk about snow country. I won't say much more about it. Because there are better than i here to talk about it but if i just say that for the author of birdsong para secker human traces when they took off says folks on his best form just how good this wonderful sweeping novel of early twentieth century europeans. And i'm delighted to have a real professional here this evening to put the questions. Georgina godwin. Who is books editor at monaco. Twenty four on near neighbors around the corner. She's also presenter of one of the finest literary podcasts. You will find out there. The meet the writers podcast every sunday to juniors that right. I really recommend if you haven't already caught pleased you catch up with it. Please welcome specimen folks and georgina godwin. Thank you both. that's nice. I hardly ever get introduced suggesting. It's such a joy to be here with you particularly as the first time that that we've done this post pandemic how's it feel for you being out in the world it strange. Thank you all for coming. And braving the pandemic script. It's it's pretty fun is the is simple. I think i've gone for everybody else. Vase months of isolation into so tour of the country and we painted assembly different places and crowds and festival. If you sold so it's quite a shock. It's quite changed but so far so good. I wonder if there's a sense as a writer that you'll never really out of lockdown around you. It doesn't really matter. i think..
"faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Each breed you know that but it's not that's your guy man. No i mean aaron rodgers. They draft draft him after. They said you know we're one key changes spots with new coach and then they go thirteen in three and they were amazing. They draft a kid. Come on though. Marshall you know i don't disagree with you i don't disagree with you. Do not disagree with you but here. Here's what i'm saying just aaron rodgers. You were drafted late in the first round behind brett farr and guess what far did continue to play so now just doesn't fit you too and so you think part of week one had something to do with it. There's some residue i think. I i think the continuity of the team but togetherness listen we. We're we're all professionals. Some teams are better than most what. We're all professionals in you. Get at a high level where you got a green ban the saints playing early. Everybody got together and that didn't look like a together that like a team of together. Marshall faulk here on the rich eisen show pro football hall of famer. Let's talk about the rams. Bud boy was that first game for stafford. Exactly what the hype was all about. Is that where we're going to see. Think over the next seventeen weeks. I hope so man. I listened rich and i. I'm i'm on record. I want people to know. Yes i was not. I was not looked at. But i'm like okay if the detroit or his dad. But i don't know but sean is another one of those guys that you put you. I mean he put a wolf we the game against seattle. It would wolford. I mean doing awesome plays. He could dial up and and what they did. All that was that was beautiful. That was masterful. I just i sent. I sent techs right to look man that that was fun watching office. Football game looked on and Rams have all the answers to the bears. Were doing out there. Defensively and the bears. They know sloshing nine. Oh no slouch on defense. So they're the that's indicative of what we're gonna see you think There's no there's no cheese right there that we're going to actually see the she with the name. They have to dedicate a little bit more time to run me because you can't you can't run play action and not run the ball. I'm still trying to figure out. Why the linebackers in the sixties were by when rams couldn't run the ball just you know is this is i. I don't understand it but at some point in time you have to run the football. I'm sure they know that and When that dynamic is added in This team they're going to. They're going to be tough man. So who intimately offensively awesome died. But you couldn't tell lost that so who's the best team in the nfc west. Marshall what do you think. that's a tough one. That's a tough one right now It's skipped i. I can't really kick it. Like i want to say the rams but seattle look good arizona. Look good even the forty niners but the musical quarterbacks they look good i just. It's it's hard to say rich. i'm not going to put it out there Actually you know what i'm gonna go home. Go home with the rams. Do an and nobody can say anything to me about it. I'm gonna say the rams. That's what i'm saying. Because they were expected to and you know what they had to do they had the whole serve the other three teams in the west one and sunday night. They had to go out there against the bears and hold serve marshall faulk pro football hall of famer here on the rich eisen show. What do you think is going on with matt nagy and his decision making with fields and is it a film room thing. We're not talking about as he seeing a line. Why wouldn't he just throw this kid. In the deep end of the pool again you had a front row seat of peyton manning being thrown in the deep end of the pool and knowing how somebody can take lumps and get better and how. We're seeing herbert near to and and what last year obviously meant for him To a year to what do you think is going on with with the bears decision making. There's a part of me. I wanna speculate like i know about play but but i'm not in their locker room rates. But here's what i do know. Yes because because we saw this He has to understand Hey matt nagy. i know. You're probably being coy about it. But you liar when it comes to this stuff because you told us. Nick foles and mitch trubisky. You did before you did this before. The people don't understand we saw this just last year. We mitch trubisky. He's done this before and he stood at the podium mississippi exact same thing and now we have two different quarterback and he's doing the exact same theme at some point in time. Somebody gotta take. You're lying not what. Now you don't know who can run your off and best or you can't run an offense that's best for quarterback that you have that that that's how i look at rich. I just the kid feels when he is on the field. They team looks dynamic. Everybody is like they stand up a little taller. It's just a different dynamic. And if he can't see that as a head coach and the play caller even trouble. But it's what that's why i'm asking. What do you think it is. And that's why you gave the caveat of of you're not there right. So what do you think it could possibly be. That he is shown some sort of Inability to protect himself. Because he he's he's not seeing the will and our off or what. What do you think is. Here's what was that you know. I'm i'm i'm listening. I'm listening to college talk. Meh here's what college what's hip because probably works crystal. Ask all the questions. And here's lucy alluded to now. The one thing that any dave was there often. The offense line is not that good so what he's doing this. It's a lot of quick games and you. You have to be in order to run quick game consistently consistently And be good at it. You have to be a little season your pre step. We've gotta the on. You gotta know where you're going with. The ball and andy did a pretty good job at that. He got the ball on his hands staff. But as you continue to play you gotta standing there and make those You have to be dynamic and buy some time to get out of the pocket and andy. Andy doesn't bring to the table. Chris collins said that in the preseason justin field held a ball the longest quarterback.
"faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Back now. Let's take a look at there's a richeisenshow it's led lights up again beautiful. Thank the people here. Eighteen direct tv chris long and the audience and the rest of the audience. Look at that. That's a nice beautiful sign. I love that. And if only it was revealed properly by mike del. Tufo the pro football hall of famer. Marshall faulk here we go way back with marshall faulk. No question about that was five years ago. Back here on the richeisenshow. Eight four four zero. Four rich is the number to dial we will take your phone calls. We'll talk some college football giveaway our weekly name image and likeness deal with our friends at gorilla glue to A member of the college football community. That's not seen it common. Love that every single Every single week we do that now during the college football season on the rich. Eisen i. I'd love this man He's the pro football hall of famer. The man who coined the phrase football heaven when he went into the pro football hall of fame ballot man in every way shape or form on the mercedes benz vans phone line. Here on the rich eisen show. Is marshall faulk. How're you to wait what's up. I'm good i'm talking to you. I'm better for talking to you. What what what struck your fancy and week one because you always watched the game in a way that that i normally don't see it as i mean allied limit. Let let's start with this. I'll be more specific to you What what do you think happened with green bay against the saints I feel so too. I was wondering if if everything was okay and green bay as far as like for the guy's really behind is so when the guy decided. Hey i don't wanna be here and then you decide you're coming back it kind of team off a little bit rich and i feel like that has something to do with as to take a minute for them to kinda get all hands on deck but all the feeling that they watched everybody everything that they watch the saints it has been so much drinking and dumped in the last couple of years and james winston actually showed them with the long ball. Look like and you see it. It was it was it was like. Wow sean payton this is you. Don't have to pick you apart. He can throw the ball over the top in that. It surprised dream bay now. It looks like the last time we saw green baker typically. It's the same thing too if you think about it. Same thing took him beat and Man green remake make some problems and roger said. Don't worry about it could coach state at the problem. Let's see where it goes rich. So let's let's unpack that a little bit one at a time here So let's take the last one. I because i know your Sean payton whisper. You're always have been you go way way back. To what san diego state. Right you and sean payton. Yeah back to the so mcquilken rigs. So what do you think he's going to do with james. That did we get a little look. Little look see Obviously can't guard. Mike is now got cova. he'll be back some point off the pub. What do you think this looks like. When it's all said and done. I think i think is janus. Put the league on on high alert. And it's it's amazing when you get a quarterback with the guys who can give him the answers like he had no he has the answers to what's going on and that's just that's that's what it looked like and we saw kinda bits and pieces of it last year but Man i didn't think he would come out like this and have this opportunity Just you know. And and and and i don't know maybe breeze with blue banged up. We didn't see a lot of the depot but man the seat to see the deep ball in that often is it like it struck leagues on on high alert. Like oh my god. Did you see that. 'cause i thought and then when you said The locker room. When somebody says i don't want to be there But now i'm here. I mean you know. Do you think they were guys in the packer locker room and took it personally. Didn't understand that it was twelve. Problem was with the front office and not them. You know i it. it's not. It's not who the problems with registered by. Hey if you don't wanna be here you don't wanna be here like i it. It is just that you don't wanna be here and when you that's that's that's it like you're not you're not pointing the finger at anybody. The one thing that we wanna know is in this game that everybody. That's playing here. They want to be here. That's what we want to know. I mean it's it's a you know we got a band together to tina's close together when together we talk all that team camaraderie stuff. But it's someone saying that they don't wanna be there and that someone just happened to be your quarterback albeit business. You stay out of it. You don't come another band money. He didn't wanna be wanna be there but he said he didn't want to be there because the front office made a maneuver to say. Your time is definitely running up here and his response was then. Then get me the hell out of here. If you're not gonna put me on the tb twelve plan to lie. I'm done on fits show you. I physically can't do it anymore. You know like happens rich rich. This is how it always happened. Okay you put person versus entity and the person who's going to always be wrong. Nobody nobody in green bay came out and say rogers. We don't.
Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues
"Start with one of the first matches of the day from group. Play manchester united away two young boys and despite having an early lead through cristiano ronaldo goal in the thirteen. Th minute manchester. United fall to one airlangga. Asakusa sent off in first half after that it was pretty much. All the swiss champions who scored twice in the second half their game winner comes off a jesse lynn guard. Air jordan p faulk. The american provides the winner for young voice. Craig to slip it in. There was a story of the game after all. What a way to kind of squander momentum of the weekend you even even lives in amman our expected to still see united stronger than the where against a team who i think of a five games into this season only have eight points setting and fourths or not not the strongest sade and even up to that point eight minutes or so. When he got sent off wasn't a brilliant performance. Yeah rinaldo surprise. Surprise gone go to target and ninety minutes or we lose amman. Not not very good no.
"faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That is the best. I love that movie night. Ball my dance. Which old ladies food date. that is. one of my favorite. That's easily my top. Three me one of the great do was it over when when the germans pearl harbor no and donald sutherland as the creepiest all time. Oh great story about him or the urban myth. Maybe he's confirmed it. He was offered some back end points or something on the movie to kind of go at a discount and he was like no i need the cash or he took the cash upfront which was like sixty or seventy five thousand dollars to appear in the movie and if he had taken the points on the end it was like fifty it ended up being like fifty million or something. Oh take the points. They took it. He just didn't he just thought the movie was going to be a flop while they're filming and he thought it was going to be terrible so he just took the cash you imagine. Well that's like louis banks yesterday was saying with greta. Hot american summer they never could ever believed the kind of cult classic with brian call classic but who knew and by the way you can watch that list banks interview with elizabeth banks on peacock. He didn't find it on youtube. The grand meister. I'm sure tweeted it out. Everywhere all of our interviews in rappaport. Earlier marshall faulk just now bruce feldman talking about college football or us talking about sugar cereal which i think was probably the best conversation of the day. That was a hard turn. Probably took a really rough right. Turn with a couple lanes of traffic to get out of that. Because it's been heavy. Wednesday wednesday sues. We do have one more call that we want to get to. We promised we that we'd empty the banks. Let's just real quick kevin philadelphia. How you doing man how you doing. That's taking my call. Thanks for holding on. That was talking about trying to lighten up a little bit. I'll give you my book and serial. After but i just wanted to comment on Simone's press conference. Generally how the whole thing is being covered today. First thing is kudos to her for for taking him speaking but like she needs to fire. Pr person like today You know she said quote unquote. The weight of the world was on her shoulders and like i want to play the immense pressure on her but it is the olympics. Right at the idea of the world games Eventually orange says he's not having fun like you know. I'm sorry but that's not a mental health issue It's just not like unfortunately when you walk off the floor in a team competition and you go to the podium and you say. I'm not having fun like that's quitting And like based on our press conference like. I quit this time with that being said. I don't see her as quit her. she's not one. She didn't with thirty six times. She metal twenty seven of them. Being go you know. Forget the armchair warriors. The average americans knows more successful than ninety nine percent of american professional athletes With that being said we got to find a middle ground here between calling her brave and calling her quarter I kinda feel like everyone's piling on. I go mental health mental health. But you know by the press conference. I don't think she said anything that actually alluded to a mental health issue And that's why. I think you know the pr guy. He could go And my favorite milk and cereal is gotta be cookies and cream or cookies. Whatever that's really. Click cookie chris rookie chris. Yeah yeah well. I think that's equally as important as what you had to say before i mean let's face it. I mean we got. We got to talk about cyril as much as we talked about that. And i think. I appreciate your opinion. I really appreciate you hanging on. That's what i really appreciate and thank you for that costco. Good point. I mean i i. Here's point. I see his point. She said you know i wasn't doing with an injury. The only injury was to my pride. But if you're doubting yourself in a sport like this and get hurt the doubt can lead to you not executing the way you need to which then in turn we to serious injury so. She took the necessary steps that she felt she needed to do. And i think we have to accept that and support that. And i want to say it's important to hear your comments and we hear them and we appreciate them and we're open to them because we have to be open to communication. That's the whole point. If you don't agree with me that's fine but respect my opinion and will respect yours. Go look at kathryn burns twitter. Feed go read that through. Because as i brought in i brought this up earlier. Put your mind into a different place and think of those twists and think of those turns and think about that equilibrium. And then you come back to me and then you opine whether she's having fun or not something's going on on this kid's head and she deserves the space. She deserves the space to be and let her being olympian. Whether it's in the all around individual maybe she comes back. I hope she comes back. Let her have the space to breathe people. It's called compassion and apparently it's called cookie. Chris so i'm just saying it's been a great show..
"faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Did i just say that on television. I just did because my favorite ram is on the phone. Marshall faulk high martial arts. Did you hear me call you my favorite ram this making sure. I heard it means a lot to me. It does right really. Does i figured smith. I know where my bread is buttered. Marshall marshall question for you did you see the crazy press conference at all. I sent you a couple of clips. I'm sure that you saw aaron rodgers unpacking in green bay. He came in yesterday looking a little bit like blade runner with his hair and a man bun chill kevin shirt on flip flops backpack and today. He unloaded a whole lot of cerebral. Aaron in green bay. What do you make of. What's going on there. I think they made up and they don't wanna tell us you know it's like it's like you don't wanna tell your friend when the girlfriend you broke out with. You said you weren't going to get back with her and you do and you know not to tell your friends so you you just you just say a bunch of stuff and that's what this sounded like today I just if it's not personnel. And what is it. I just wanna know what else affects. It affects him doing his job and at this point. Hasn't he earned the right to be in the conversation. There's no packer quarterback who's been there longer this seventeenth season. He is who he is. Hasn't he earned the right to be in the conversation. All about it out without a doubt. I mean i i think so And the the thing about it is Why wasn't he like. Who does it. Act the quarterback like you quoted by over the head coach. I just just those my mind. these these are the problems. These are the problems in decisions and and I'm gonna say that. Obviously i think the glass two guys de la carte blanche to this kind of stuff. You know And and gregg popovich in sports. I don't think anybody else can pull these stunts sense when you look at. What's happened with them to with kawhi leonard wanting to leave san antonio and then tom brady leaving and going to win in tampa. It's like people are questioning you know. 'cause we're we're not talking about we're not talking about the the spurs in the playoffs right now. We're just not and and last year you know we'll see 'cause some different stuff you just have to handle the different. And i don't know i i just i just felt like green bay was always a functional organization. We never heard these kind of things coming out of green bay and here we are. I blame it on the shareholders. Mike del tufo is a shareholder. So i think it's just bad management and badge shareholding. Del tufo to dokoupil. You were probably like you're like oh what exactly. Yeah adam schefter broke that story. I mean almost like it was like it was like you were here lie. It was the first time add a broker story. I was like atoms and lying seems ridiculous. It seems ridiculous. I mean adam. Adam breaks a lot of stories. And i'm like all mad shefty this i was like. He's lying it it was. It was unbelievable. Marshall marshall what do you think about re richmond on this too about The tom brady effect like tom brady. Basically saying i'm out. I'm leaving new england. And then doing it. His way going to tamp them accommodating him in basically bringing in his friends gronk and leonard fournette antonio brown and then they won a super bowl. And then all these other quarterbacks rogers russell wilson looked at that and went Why can't we do that here. I want some of that. Yeah well well. I'm gonna say this i'm gonna say more than anything. I'm gonna put it just to add a little twist to it. It was the fat that although tom still wanted to play new england what they were like. Okay let's do a terms way after all he had done. And if i'm looking i'm like okay. He's one this means super bowl. Offline this mini. Hold on wait. They got rid of far for me. I gotta get outta here right. I wanna go somewhere where they gonna let me kinda have some say and the reality is that's what he's looking for. He's looking for more say now whether whether he's going to have that i don't know it's it's tough. Man and players are players are starting understanding the dynamical of of the power that they have the game. And let me say that the quarterback because of how much they're paying them and how we putting we have put so much onus on the position to where i mean they control the game. They literally controlled again. Marcel power shifted in a keeps shifting in the national football league. Devante adams was asked today if he would take a discount. If rogers back in twenty twenty two he said that's not going to happen. What other profession do you see. Were you take less than what. You've been earned. I've earned the right to be paid the highest in the league. If somebody had asked you to take a discount what was. Oh god what would you have said to them. Marshall faulk hey man. I'd looking to discount from my last year in college. All the way down to when i play little all that was discount. You got to see free football time to get paid. It's time to get paid. That's right them. I know discount. Walk walk into neiman. Marcus and that store disco. Yeah go vote try that. Go walk in the saxon. That's discount off stacks without you got a whole different. They don't even do. They got a whole different store. You want discount. That's that's what i'm talking about. You don't do that this. Why did you put in the work. Why did you put in a work..
"faulk" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"And i have been together for the past three days shooting different things but they just broke up but they still have the same friends. So they're like. Hey what's up dude. So we're going to get your your coming And we've been saying like yo pas the conversation we'll save it off the podcast And the one thing you said about the seidman yesterday before the fishing video was that you guys are all equal. Yeah and just blow off the secret of the video. I've probably already out. It'll be okay. It should be good. Because i wanna talk about that. That what the this guy look. Like one of the disciples with jesus just all the things so much fish. I'd bringing fish without faulk than just winning..
Columbine Survivors Detail How the Tragedy Still Affects Their Relationships
"The rebels project was founded by four columbine survivors in two thousand twelve to ensure there would always be someone who would be able to understand and support survivors of mass tragedy and mass trauma. The group got together at amy's for a fundraiser. And talked about what it's like to have a relationship after surviving mass shooting michelle wheeler i worked directly with survivors in the support groups and i am a columbine survivor. My name's missy mendel. And i m e. I'd high school survivor. I am kelly murphy and michelle and i work on survivor support groups each month and i am a parent of two students from this school. Highlands ranch shooting and there is also a domestic shooting in my family and i'm related to a perpetrator in a victim smaller columbine survivor and related to the rebels project. Through amy's bitch. I'm and i'm from the ninety one las vegas shooting. My name is cartoon. I'm a columbine survivor. And one of four co founders of the rebels project here. We are at our eighth annual rebels with a cause fundraiser. and amy who basically lifted us up. I mean we were doing like silent auctions in. Somebody's basement regardless of what you're trying to do or who. You are as a human being survivor. Not you're winning drag your own garbage into a relationship. So i just started. Seeing somebody and thing was. They wanted to know where. I was from so littleton colorado and they were like. Oh this is not here in colorado than this is somewhere else this is like. Where are you from littleton colorado. Hey isn't that or columbine. Where'd you go to school. Columbine were you there. Yeah tell me everything about that. This is our first date faulk off and it happens constantly.
Family of Indianapolis FedEx Shooter Issues Apology to Victims
"A heartfelt apology from the family of a teenager accused of shooting up a fed ex facility in indianapolis in a statement. Relatives said they're so sorry for the pain and hurt. They also said they tried to get him the help he needed. The gunman has been identified as nineteen year old brandon. Scott home authority. Say it took him just a matter of minutes to shoot and kill eight people and then kill himself for the victims. Were shot and killed in the parking lot of the fedex facility and four more were fatally shot inside the building. thursday night. Faulk says christina kalman four of the people who died were members of the city's sikh community at a vigil last night other members of the community called for gun
What Should the Atlanta Falcons Do With the 4th Pick?
"Talk about another quarterback order player Who people these days. Certainly no. and that's matt ryan about that for a transition Terrific quarterback for very long time. 2016 was his best year was the mvp of the league with the falcons and took that team all the way to the super bowl and then from that point forward it has been sued of a steady decline for the team despite making the postseason in two thousand seventeen. They've won just eighteen games over the last three years and with that regression the falcons might hit the reset button in this draft with ryan being almost thirty six. They have a new head coach. And arthur smith they have the fourth pick. Overall general manager is teri faulk no and he said quote. We wanna stack good quarterbacks. Its prime time to do it. When you have a player like matt ryan because when you can get in the white quarterback you don't have that pressure play them right away so it opens up so many possibilities and we have to make sure we're evaluating those positions and we feel good about what we where we are there a lot of different ways to take that it certainly what i would say if among other things i wanted someone to come and try and trade for my fourth pick in this draft so teddy. I'm giving it to you directly here if you were the falcons right now. Are you looking to bring in players to help matt ryan try and win a championship again or are you looking to draft his eventual replacement. Said like i said about the smokescreen season. There you go right there you make everyone think that you're okay with draft a quarterback in developing under matt ryan. But you gotta take advantage of the quarterback desperation which is in this draft and everyone one maybe sneak up if they're guy falls to four and go ahead and get him because i think they should build and they need to usually head coaches come in. And they'll want to stack pile not quarterbacks but draft picks in terms of building a foundation model for their team so i would say definitely take advantage of the fourth overall pick trade down. Try to see if you can get some building.
Florida restaurant goes viral with 'face diapers not required' sign
"A restaurant of florida getting a lot of attention for its mask policy after social media post of an x. Through a mask and the words face diapers not required sign posted facebook by the owner. Becky jax food shack in hernando county which is north of tampa. Jesse foxtel's a florida tv station that he posted the picture on social media so everyone knows the policy before they arrive to chow down. The doesn't appear to actually be posted at his restaurant. But the eatery wrote in its post that it's using the same policy that does not require masks for customers and their staff. Face masks are not mandatory hernando county and faulk says if they were he would follow the rules. The cdc recommends that restaurant employees and customers wear masks as much as possible. Not eating or drinking. And when social distancing measures are difficult to maintain cj
In Alabama, Workers At Amazon Warehouse Are Poised For Union Vote
"Ballot will be mailed out monday to thousands of amazon warehouse workers in alabama. They'll be voting over the next couple of months on whether or not to unionize amazon had fought for an in-person vote that could be decided in a couple of days. The president of retail wholesale and department store union released a statement that reads in part quote once again. Amazon workers have won another fight in their effort to win. A union voice. Amazon's blatant disregard for the health and safety of its own workforce was demonstrating yet again by its insistence for an end person election in the middle of the pandemic. Faulk says charles
Washington, DC Schools announces virtual classes only on Monday, delaying in-person learning
"Only today in Maryland and Randall County. Public schools are closed today and tomorrow classes and Carol Charles and Frederick counties are also canceled. Prince George's County schools have virtual learning with a two hour early dismissal today, and ST Mary's County public schools are on a two hour delay. Now the Virginia where many school systems have decided to cancel in person and virtual classes. Today, classes are canceled in Arlington. Culpepper Faulk here loud in Spotsylvania, Stafford, Prince William and Rapid, Handy County public schools as well as false church City, Manasseh City and Fredericksburg City schools. Fairfax County public schools in Alley. Zander YAH City public schools will hold virtual on Lea learning today and we can get the whole list of closings and delays. You can always find it at the w t o p dot com 5 23 here
Kyrou's goal lifts Blues to 5-4 comeback win over Sharks
"Jordan Cairo's goal with nine thirty two remaining in the third period steps up four four tie it leads the blues past the sharks by before St Louis also getting a pair of goals by Justin Faulk who likes this team's speed I think we're trying to play quick we have a lot of skill at the same time but do you can jump in the Russian and we got some young guys I can skate pretty well so I think that benefits us and if we can play quick and and put teams on their heels that's huge and makes it tough on the other guys Brady chin in my coffin also scored for St Louis Logan couture scored twice for San Jose while Brent burns and Kevin Labanc scored once each toward admitting ten wins in net with Devin Dubnyk taking the loss my grievance St Louis
Zcoin: Looking After The Community With Reuben Yap
"Let's start off with you. Know for viewers. What exactly is a z coin. There's a lot of privacy. Focused crypto currencies out there. Different types of token people are sometimes confused between the differences. So you know how long has z coin been out and what exactly is some of the benefits you can do it. Right so Zeke hainan Main in two thousand sixteen. I think probably in the work of oil probably sought bali one and a half years before that. can be launching the twentieth of september. Two thousand sixteen so we can just post office having Just like i mean upper months ago. So that's really exciting and what we do in z. Coin that we really really belief in the importance of a ripple that is uncensored book and private because we feel that if you want to have an ought to ought to the financial system in asked to be both Private and or it to be uncensored in unseasonable privacy's also asked important As well especially with bitcoin now you know every single from sexton is is kind of recalled. The payments lee on the blockchain barry single movement of a coin is traceable promise in inception and i think you know what we do to provide privacy's we allow people to actually destroy the coins and at any time in the future to regain them for brand new ones with no previous transcendent history. It's almost wiping all the transaction history and getting fresh virgin coins and that's the crux of technology. And we've used this being the all. This technology is kind of homegrown is not a faulk of something else and we do have independent research and we probably can talk a bit more about that later. Yeah yeah that's really really interesting to hear. I think that's one of the things that that is unique. You know i've i've read a lot about even for the employees in internal stakeholders developers. Will you all offer a burning redeem different privacy models at y'all have switched recently and You know one thing that maybe you could talk about. Is i heard that you all kind of bitch. The founders reward and you increase development for funding post having or at least. That's what your plans are. So why did you take this approach. As opposed to other protocols out there that still do keep that founder reward into the protocol. It seems that you all are working hard to support the community. Keep them happy. I think he's a balanced right. I mean on the one hand you know people unfortunately see founder words and stuff like that. It's a formal and reaching and reaching the faltas or the initial investors. And they don't see as like a peel community project by the same time. I mean realistically except for very few handful of of really really projecting even those suffering for funding You expect of like development improvements on almost like a donation basis is also very difficult. I mean you know you take a look at a bitcoin. Right it's funded by you. Know a lot of funds but it d- may be pursuing their own interests. Even someone like lou dash junior. He couldn't get funding. He's been like a call developer for so long and he he's like i need the final edition of what because the on enough. I mean bitcoin is like the biggest cryptocurrency and dean of having problems. Funding green itself has a green another privacy. Coined the ailsa struggling You know they have the handful of programmers and very reliant on on donations that may or may not continue coming along. And that's a really bad way to attract allen who want job stability and things like that right. I mean that's something to be expected of. You wanna try thailand. You have to be able to pay them
I'm a feminist but... I fancy Prince Philip
"I'm a feminist bart. Prince phillip in the crown is sexy as faulk. Both matt smith and tobias menzies diet doing so much for that mound before he dies. I'm telling you tobias menzies a very old friend of mine. He's like brother. We play together. He is so like my bro-. I'd have told him but doctor who know if you're listening matt smith. You're very attractive man. But i i've ever had the hots for me. Something about those men paying that both of them. I'm like oh my god the flotation to chemistry that pop up book between i believe you comb it my god. It's so decided i don't. It's not those men i fancy. I clearly fancy prince philip.
'Columbo,' 'Murder, She Wrote' co-creator William Link dies
"Television writer and producer. William Link who created the iconic shows murder, she wrote, and Colombo has died. Here's Michael Castor. One other thing. The Emmy and Golden Globe winner earned his first writing credit in 1959, and over the next 50 years, he wrote her produced more than 70. TV shows and movies. Links Big first success. Columbo star Peter Faulk is a rumpled, apologetic police detective who always conflict killer who always appeared much smarter until Columbo nailed him. William Links other hit series murder, she wrote Start. Angela Lansbury is a senior citizen mystery writer who solved murders. His knees confirmed a variety. That link died Sunday in Los Angeles at age
Rights chief Bachelet condemns deaths of 255 people in Colombia massacres
"U n rights chief michelle bachelet has accused the colombian government to act after a surge in violence against farmers indigenous and africa colombian people so far in twenty twenty. The high commissioner's office has recorded the deaths of two hundred and fifty five people in sixty six massacres in columbia. Another one hundred and twenty human rights defenders have also been killed the office of the high commissioner for human rights said on tuesday and since the signing of the peace agreement in november two thousand sixteen the verification mission in columbia has documented two hundred and forty four killings of former faulk freedom fighters in an attack earlier this month in chocolate department and indigenous leader. Miguel tapia rito was killed causing around nine hundred people in his community mostly women and children to flee to a nearby town since then there have been begging the state authorities to provide them with protection. It is state duty to be present throughout the country. implementing a whole range of comprehensive public policies. Not only to clamp down on those responsible for the violence but also to provide basic services and safeguard the fundamental rights of the population. Ms bachelet said in a statement
President Donald Trump is making a dangerous claim of voter fraud with scant evidence
"Well since election day. Fox news is largely been lockstep with the president when it comes to claims of widespread voter fraud but some cracks are starting to appear. This is tucker carlson on his show last night saying they had asked trump attorney. Sydney powell for evidence voter fraud. We invited sydney powell on the show. We would have given her the whole hour. We would have given her entire week actually and listened quietly the whole time at rapt attention. That's a big story but you never sent us any evidence. Despite a lot of requests polite requests not a page when we kept pressing. She got angry and told us to stop contacting when we checked with others around the trump campaign people in positions of authority. They told us. Powell is never given them any evidence either nor did she provide any today at the press conference. Powell did say that. Electric voting is dangerous. And she's right with her there but she never demonstrated that he single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another not one. Why are we telling you this. We're telling you this because it's true in the end that's all that matters the truth so first of all. Electronic voting is not dangerous but setting aside that falsehood. We're seeing the trump campaign getting pushback from tucker carlson. Fox's start to lose some viewers to newsmax and owen for those not up on the conservative media. Sphere explained with those those networks are sure and this really started to happen On election night when fox was One of the first if not defers media organization to call arizona for joe biden and That eventually proved to have been a good call. Although some other media organizations held off for for some days or weeks Because it was very very close But that that was an early harbinger The that fox news at least on some of what was going to be following the facts of the election which rather than a convinced the the president's followers oh well fox has it must be correct. The president has Has been messaging to them. Fox news won't give you the alternative facts that you like you should go elsewhere for them including these other networks that you mentioned newsmax and one america now. They are not as readily available. They are not carried by very many cable. Networks are not available to that many people in their homes But we have seen a very large viewership increases driven by The president's endorsement as he continues to urge his followers. And this is this. Is you know it's the same type of bullying pattern. That i've tally was talking about the president using to intimidate the republican party He's doing the same thing to faulk saying. You know i can hurt your bottom line. I can hurt The things that you care about if you don't go along with With this narrative that i'm trying to construct and so It's been interesting to see you know. In some cases you fox has pushed back very strenuously. they And then in other cases they have not. But you know when you've lost tucker carlson if you're president trump That really ought to tell you something about where where you stand in this fight well. Meanwhile president trump fired the head of us cybersecurity this week. Christopher crabs had publicly refuted the president's baseless claims of election fraud
Finding A Cure For Hangovers
"Everyone, it's Martin from twenty minute fitness. I'm here in San Francisco and I'm connected with season Lee founder of more laps Could you please do to yourself and Tello our audience? WHAT MORE ABSENCE? All about? Yeah. I Li- Martin having me. Yeah. Little background about myself. I was born in Korea and immigration with my family to Canada when I was nine. So I grew up in Canada did all my school here under Grad and that moved To Central Cisco right after that where it began my career as a product manager at Facebook, a couple of years through lots of different asserted destroyed I ended up in L. A. starting two thousand seventeen to start what's more laps today am what has more labs do is essentially we're stupid you company on Consumer Goods Company that makes what we call science beck supplements that combat modern-day stressors that slow you down such as fatigue poor sleep quality. Hangovers. I. Mean we referred to our products says, life products you know things that can help you hack your life be more productive than just more joy out of it and yeah, I mean like one of your hero products has been morning recovery. Maybe we can start with that product and you can tell us what actual day stressors this product actually focuses on. Yeah I mean I think the sort of DOT gr no more labs and our mission definitely evolved from morning recovery, which was the first product and basis of our company in its early days although we a lot of months where this was sort of a fun side project before it stepped into A. FULLTIME and a company with a mission, but ultimately, morning recovery think of it as their a remedy for when you consume alcohol especially if you to consume too much alcohol. So we we have it's a holistic approach though it's not a single ingredient but the hero ingredient is flavonoids called out Dha, which is an acronym. Extracted from a plant known as doses, which is also known as on Oreo, Japanese, raising tree, and product that carry the is actually quite popular in Eastern Asian culture especially create Japan, and what's interesting here is that it's got properties a speed up the breakdown of what as hell to hide, which is a highly inflammatory biproduct alcohol that's created when we rate out in our liver and so ultimately when we consume any type of liquor beer wide, ultimately, it's alcohol that we needed to break down into a civic asset fled under body but before call acidic acid, it turns into height that's actually a byproduct as much more than alcohol itself, and so all the really doing is. Acting as a catalyst to help your body break on sort of faster than that you, you didn't have a morning recovery and so at its core at you know that sort of how it works right. So basically helps me to process alcohol much quicker or my liver by that I mean, of course, and then the next day I on much faster recovered and I don't half that sensation of well hangover which for many people can be quite a few different things from nausea rain faulk to exhaustion dizziness headache CETERA, right? That's right. Yeah. Arrive at that compound yes. Oh, you know initially I mentioned through a lot of serendipitous dirty. We got two more labs and so I think It's difficult to sort of describe how we found developed the product without going through the founding story. But I, mean ultimately over decades especially in places Korea Japan, there's actually a giant industry, but that's explicit known as hangover drinks as funny as that sounds just like how energy drink is massive north. America with hero brands such as red bull monster at everybody is very familiar with personal concept over there but replace energy drink with hangover drinks. Now why? Why is that? So I mean I think a lot of it is a cultural thing and I think there's two components to it. This is just my best my best guess what is scheduled to set to drink quite a bit and so a data sources such renominated a year year actually shows that Korea especially is the number one liquor consuming country in the world. So I'll give you a statistic that's kind of mind blowing fourteen shots of liquor per week per capita in south, Korea and number two Russia at seven, and so I think this is one of those things where when people talk about worker. Party without ever actually having been to places like. China Hong Kong Japan Korea people definitely drink a much frequently and I think maybe that's also the reason why and especially because they have such a cutthroat work environment where even though the throughout the week, not just weekends next day you you have to dress up and go to work
Interview With RZA Of The Wu-Tang Clan
"Tell me about this movie. Why? Why? Why this movie now cutthroat city to War Katrina Shamikh it the trailer is amazing. Tell me about this movie long. Hamas. Start talking about the movie without sandbox La Brother a long time acknowledging your hairstyle. Acknowledging each other's beards. Dante Very Long. I haven't cut anything in a while you have accrediting theater while. If you want to acknowledge you the first two time guest on this show. So I appreciate that Bongbong Quantity without grades I got breaks down so That's how we doing anyway a man's treasure to. Talk to you again but this film right here. This is like our this is me really conti myself down as a filmmaker. Based in New Orleans after. Noted with aftermath, of Hurricane Katrina. You Watch. These four young men who have always asked rations in charge of desperation. And desperation. Lead. US down the rabbit hole. Was We all know? And hopefully, the goal of the for me as a filmmaker is spire. Out The desperation what could be desperation? Trauma Nation. And that's kind of you know. Kind of summarize the. Trying to do here. That's what the film is aiming to show. I know you're a student of film. So what are the films that are most inspiring your vision of this one like it did you make a mood board or at least in your mind you're like I wanna take a piece of this piece of this a piece of this and make it my own like what is what is what are the fathers of this? And it is definitely I'll. Be, honest with you small struggle with no in class struggle as young black men in our neighborhood. Movie You saw the Cina. Right I experienced things that he trauma neighborhood apart unanimity and also experienced myself in A. Good Adelaide. And a lot of not getting out and so when I got screenplay got invite the screenplay was led by my buddy all. Ready. ACCOST Hurricane Katrina was a tragic thing for. Country, you know we have to your anniversary of the right now and it thanks don't seem to change much in this country right? A sense of. How fasteners? Post the black community or the community more, it hurts other communities because see right now the fan denic, right but even if this story was set. In Flint, Michigan would water was bad or Saturday Chicago is south bothers is going through the struggles. Or set right on Staten Island Faulk, hill either either place. Is destroyers relevant but this one is set a Katrina and and these guys may turn to that desperation. It becomes. A high school, it will lead the films that kind of. Inspired like you know like feelings I'll turn to. I think John Singleton Boys Hood was a great example of somebody trying to get out. Get the situation, the neighborhood itself what the situation was under holding a man I thought John Degree Job John. Nash Story. You Go back to F Gary Gray or set it off. You know what I'm. Trying. To figure out, you know