34 Burst results for "Flaherty"
Donovan's grand slam carries Cardinals over Padres 5-4
"Brendan Donovan 7th inning Grand Slam gave the Saint Louis Cardinals a 5 to four win over the San Diego Padres ending a three game losing streak Donovan's blast came just at the right time for a cardinal's offense that scored just one run in its prior 33 innings looking something just trying to fly ball to the big part of the field trying to get one across and cut the lead a little bit And it just kind of ran into my barrel a little bit more Jack flaherty went 6 innings for St. Louis allowing three runs on four hits striking out 9 and earning his first win of the season Joe musgrove starting for the Padres went 5 innings allowing just a run on 5 hits in a no decision Philip gone San Diego
"flaherty" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"It's going to be a tough ask. And listen, we don't know if they'll even go that route. You're certainly certainly, I just watched Julio odors in a matter of two weeks based Padres and throw up zeros for most of the game. 7 innings in his last start, I think he went 6 to start before that. It's a really interesting outside the box idea, especially when, you know, I don't know that they feel all that comfortable with kimber. Yeah. Here's the truth. I don't. I do not feel comfortable with Kim roll. And I know, I know what I was saying. Yeah, I know what I'm suggesting is a bit out there. And yeah, it's gonna be a hard ass, but then again, if there was a man that could convince someone to do it, it would be Dave Roberts. Is Dave Roberts Dave Roberts? If Doc came to me tomorrow and said Cody, give me both of your dogs. I wouldn't be happy, but I'd probably do it because he thought. Yeah, you're right, man. This dude is, he is truly gifted. Getting guys to buy in like that. So it's like, hey, listen, it's a great thought about it. It's a great idea just can you get them? Can you get them to do it? That's correct. I don't know. I'm not in that Clubhouse. On paper, it sounds great. I don't know. It does. It does. Well, let's go with the last one. And this is one that's fascinating to me because right now they are 26 to one to win the pennant. And I think they're going to independent. The cardinals of every team in the national league is the team that scares me the most. The moves they made at the deadline. Jordan Montgomery, Quintana, they've been lights out since joining this team. They just got back Jack flaherty, and I know Jack clarity hasn't done much yet. Since coming back, but if he can get to a semblance of Jack flaherty, miles Michaelis has been phenomenal this year, bueno is still over there looking good, they're bullpen has been good and they have, by the way, we've obviously gushed more than enough of the Dodgers, but they Dodgers have 5 of the top 5, three of their players are in the top 5 of the shortest odds of the MVP, but the top two are both cardinals in Goldie, who is going to win it and Arenado, who you can make an argument could win it. I'm scared of Goldie's year wasn't so phenomenal. You would worry about those two splitting boats, but because his year is so phenomenal, I think this is the one time you have two guys on the same team that probably don't split votes because that's all good, Paul Goldschmidt has been this year offensively. So yeah, I agree. You will win the MVP. I gotta tell you, man, for as great as the moves were that they brought in with Montgomery and Quintana. I don't trust them as far as I can throw them, come play uptime. I really don't. I have much more faith in bueno and Michaelis being at the top. I know they've pitched extremely well. I mean, Jordan Montgomery has got a whole new mindset. I heard him talking about it the other day. Just he feels like he is an ace up there right now. And that's how they need in the field. But I'm just telling you man, I see it before. All of a sudden that life starts shining real, real bright that stage is huge. Your butt gets a little tight and then all of a sudden, you're not the same dude. So I'm just saying I'm having, I can't quite, I can't quite jump on that boat fully. I really can't. Well, here's the thing. Here's the other thing I do want to throw in there. Just maybe I could sway a little bit. Okay. They are the Cardinals. And we all know that the cardinals have certain devil magic that we are not aware of. We don't know what's going on with Busch stadium. For instance, that theme is one three World Series in the past what, 20 years, they shouldn't have been the playoffs in any of those seasons, let alone win and go to the World Series. They're the Cardinals. Somehow they just survived the cockroaches of baseball. You're right. You know, it's because they have, they have a foundation that they believe in, that everybody who comes into comes into that building, they're super boring, but it works. I watched it for 7 years across the way in Milwaukee and it just used to get under my skin so much, but at some point you just gotta say, you know what? There's clearly some method to the madness that they have that every time, doesn't matter where you come from, you come into that building, you become a car and you look like a car that you feel like a cardinal, even if you weren't a cardinal before then. And you're right. They do have that going for them. I just need to see mister Montgomery and katana, I need to see it at least one start into the playoffs. And if they do that, then I'll feel differently. Well, Jordan Montgomery is on the mount tonight Tuesday evening might want to check that out, guys. This has been a phenomenal big time baseball brought to you by Odyssey sports. Of
Flaherty solid in return to Cardinals; Sánchez, Nats win 6-0
"Animal Sanchez pitched 5 scoreless innings in CJ Abrams went four for 5 as the Washington Nationals beat the Saint Louis Cardinals three nothing Monday afternoon Jack flirty allowed one run on 6 hits and 5 innings for St. Louis and his first start since June 26th It was where this did the position that the team has put us in to be in the spot that we're at and the chance that we have going forward to make a run at this thing In fun watching me it's more fun to be a part of it St. Louis leads Milwaukee by 7 and a half games in the NL central David Solomon St. Louis
Cubs overcome 5-run deficit to beat Cards 6-5, Flaherty hurt
"Wilson Contreras third run batted into the game gives the cubs a 6 to 5 win over the Cardinals in tinnitus at Bush stadium Chicago trail 5 nothing after three innings before Contreras efforts would lead the comeback We never gave up We did a great job We as a heater did a good job having good at batching and the good results came The cubs also get a pair of RBIs by Rafael Ortega as they take two of three in the series 5 Chicago relief pitchers combined toss 7 and a third shutout innings The red birds get home runs from Britain and Donovan Paul Goldschmidt and one card starting pitcher Jack flaherty left the game after two innings with right shoulder tightness the right hander was making his third start of the season after coming off the injured list Mike Reeves St. Louis
"flaherty" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"But that's only one pitcher, Jack flaherty hasn't been the same for what he was injured this year, right, he had an elbow injury or something. Extremely injured. Carlos Martinez did not agree with shield for sure. Yes. So you look at what Aaron Boone can not say as a manager is that he's been able to do more with less. Because he has not been able to do more with more. Mike schilt has done more with less. You look at the 2021 Cardinals roster. It's really like not anything special. It's not. You look at the starting rotation, this team needs starters. They don't have them. Adam Wainwright quang hung Kim Carlos Martinez Jack flaherty John Gant Johann oviedo. Those have all been parked at only one person made 30 starts this year or more. And it was Adam Wainwright. So he pieced together a rotation where he had 6 starters. People in part time do need people coming to people doing the raised part time bullpen bullshit. They had John Lester obviously. They went out and they got Jay hat to not great options, Lester of four three 6 RAF, a perennial four or 5 ERA pitcher. Gate Woodford ended up stepping into their rotation. Oh, great. Yeah, he was fine. They lost miles Michaelis for the year. And the bullpen not good. They brought in Alex Reyes. I know, Alex Reyes is like the Chad green. You look at his numbers and you're like, yeah, not really bad, but it's like you bring Alex Reyes in in the 9th inning against the Dodgers are like, fuck, what are we doing here, man? Why is this happening? He had okay numbers on the surface, three two four ERA and one one three 5 whip, not the greatest, also not awful, but Cardinals fans know. You watch that guy pitch. It's really not comforting. So look at what he's done. They were out of the playoff picture by what like 7 games in the beginning of September? They win 17 in a row. That's the managerial impact, especially is that you could look back at the Yankees and be like, oh, well, the Yankees won 13 in a row with Aaron Boone film. The Yankees won 13 in a row with an all star team. They're an all star team. They should be at all star team. The cardinals are not an all star team. They have yadi, I guess is fine, aging player, not entirely what you need..
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk
"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra
"flaherty" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Flaherty. What the White House is saying about the decision to cut Alabama's allocation of monoclonal antibodies in the news at two news radio one Oh 55, w E. R C Welcome back to the Clay Travis and Buck Sexton show finishing up on this Friday afternoon with all of you Thanks for being with us If you missed any part of the show, please go Listen to the clay Travis and Buck Sexton podcast wherever you get your podcast the I Heart app is a great place. You can also listen to show streaming on the I heart app. Look, this is I don't want this is a tough story and to hold this for this part of the show is not what we wanted to do. But it's just breaking now from this is courtesy of Lucas Tomlinson over at Fox News. General Mackenzie, head of US Central Command to announce no Isis K fighters killed in US drone strike in Kabul on August 29th 10 civilians were killed, including seven Children in the Toyota. No disciplinary action expected, U. S. Officials are say and they are standing by the Intel. Leading the strike, clay. I assume as we got hit when we lost our 13 Corman and and Marines in Afghanistan and they said, Oh, we're going to strike back at them. I thought I mean, I said this on Fox. I said it on TV. We don't There's no way we have the Intel network to be able to find exactly who was behind this, nor to be able to stop the next one. We're going to be reliant on Taliban checkpoints. That's reality. They got too hasty. 10 people that seven of them Children. I hate to always have to do this. What if it were officially the Trump Administration? People be saying he should be handcuffed and taken to The Hague immediately? Instead, it's going to break on Friday afternoon, headed into a busy weekend for a lot of people out there. And by Monday, nobody will be covering this story. Now. We'll mention it again on Monday, and we were one of the few that mentioned it last earlier this week, right because the previous story The New York Times had broken it to their credit on a Friday afternoon evening, after we went off the air, and for most people, it was swept under the rug Saturday Sunday by Monday. It's gone. That's the reason it's coming out right now, Buck It is a further failure, emblematic of the disastrous withdraw from Afghanistan of Joe Biden, trying to in some form or fashion proved that he was tough. That's right. And this is why this individual passes top down pressure. I mean, I can't even You know, Look at this other than this is from the White House. Maybe even from buying himself the situation room giving a direct, you know, Okay. They said they had this car under surveillance for our back. We gotta let him have it, You know? This is politics. And now you've got 10 10 dead bodies, seven of them Children, Afghans. The guy who desperately dreamed of coming to the United States. I mean, really in the United States ally. Honestly, it's this along. I mean, just another horrific Instance, here of what a catastrophe. The withdrawal was on the vitamin astray Shin. Anyway, we just We had to share that with you, which is breaking now We want to tell you about it because we've been covering it here this week on the show. We did want to get some calls before we close it out because we are an open line Friday. Jordan in Nashville, Tennessee. Clay's right there. What's up? Hey, there. Can you hear me? We can't we got you. Perfect. I just wanted to call the kind of talk about and bring attention to the difficulties of procuring alternate covid treatment, even though I live in a red state under by this administration. My, um My husband currently has Covid. And we were legitimately prescribed ivermectin, and we have not been able to find a pharmacy to fill it. We call dozens We tried different states. And people just laugh at us. When we call, no one will fill it. Um And then my husband was on the list for monoclonal antibodies. He has mild asthma. And when I find administration took over distribution, they cut my state's availability. And they said My husband didn't have a severe enough case with the limited numbers of antibodies available to receive treatment. So we had to press even harder than the normal person should have to do to try to find treatment for Covid. Well, we hope your husband's going to be okay, Jordan and I think what you're reflecting is the incredible pathway. That the Biden administration has found itself on where they initially were saying of anyone who wanted to get treatment, for instance, with Monica monoclonal antibodies that it didn't work, and that it was junk science, and now it's working so well that they are restricting the distribution of those monoclonal antibodies to states like Florida and other red states that right now we're dealing with a surge and that surge Buck It's moving to the Midwest. It's going to move to the Northeast. That's what the data reflects. Is going to happen. What are they? Thank you so much Jordan and you know, as as one, uh, former Ivor Mexican user with who had covid. I got to tell you, uh, I can appreciate how frustrated I would have been if I was told. Oh, yeah, No, that MD that you've known for years and years and years who says it's worth a shot? It's not going to hurt you. We're not going to fulfill his prescription, even though it's totally lawful because we the pharmacy industry. I mean, the whole thing is just gotten crazy, Clay. What we're heading for the O is, How are they going to explain When some of these cities and states that are highly highly vaccinated in the early winter period start to have that spike. If that happens, and nobody has a crystal ball, the data reflects that. It's very likely the data shows it's likely if that happens. I mean, not only is the situation going to get ugly, but the politics around this are going to be radioactive glow in the dark from 100 miles away toxic. So get ready for that, but played, I will stand Four truth Justice and the American way and all that stuff all the good things here in the clay Travis Buck section show. You have a great time down in Florida. There, I will come by and see me if you're going to be at the Alabama Florida game, and I'll be out in Gainesville and.
"flaherty" Discussed on Stitch Please
"The talent. So do you know them at all. I mean anything to all black muslim. Women know each other on your page. And so i think you had connected because i had had i wrote to them last year saying oh my gosh. I talked to the podcast and like oh. We're it'd be great but we're so busy and we got this. And i was like okay later later and so when i saw them with you i was like well. Of course they know. Of course they military i mean. Of course they military there mazing to amazing women young women who are sewing and designing and reporting in an amazing hip hop music mentioned and leterrier is also the bomb dot com and just fire. So why would they not know each other And so. I guess i'm asked. The question is what do you see in terms of your own work at influence on the younger generations of young black muslim women. I'm because i feel like you are imparting something to them about what it means to navigate. What what many see a very secular field very you know. That kind of requires you to to show skin or to to do things that are not in line with your values. I think that netted particularly particularly about them. But just in a general sense. I do get a lot of like omega. I would've never thought to put that together or or like this is allow or Comments even i have a lot of When i do shows like campaigns and things i a lot of non muslim models that are interested in working with me. And i've had people say like wow. I've never thought. I could feel so beautiful without showing anything and that to me is constantly the message that i want to reiterate is like they're an option and i'm not dissing anybody like if you feel beautiful and your nudity or whatever you decide to wear. I'm not trying to negate that But i think that there is missing that balancing piece to say that's not the only option only option of female empowerment is not nudity. It's like i'm also empower. I'm also strong. I'm also in love with my body level myself like okay honey. You watch here. I love that about the ballots. This is what's exciting to me because there is a way that the predominant conversation about female for women essay female women's empowerment girls empowerment has to do with allowing girls and women to have full control and autonomy over their bodies period. That is what everybody should have. In my opinion every girl every woman should have that right and yet It seems to me that because of our islamaphobia racism that for we have our black muslims sisters who choose to cover you know who choose to wear jobs to school or to work or to whatever it becomes something that's not allowed because we think that that's and it's appalling. It's religious racism and it's really just because some people you know islamophobes feel anxious when they see someone in a hit job in the same way that racist feel uncomfortable when they see a black person walking around alive mind their own business existing. Excuse me exists. And i'm gonna continue existing and i'm not gonna apologize for it. Hey friend hey the stitch please. Podcast is about to publish. Its one hundredth episode. That's right one hundred episodes as part of the celebration. We are launching one hundred by one hundred to help us get one hundred more patriot. Supporters by the one hundred episodes publication date on september fifteenth. Twenty twenty one one hundred additional patriot. Supporters give us a financial stability. We need to hire editorial and production help. You can find links to our patriot in the show notes. Thank you so much for considering this and thank you. Kurt future patriot supporters. That is the absolute answer. That is the absolute answer and so for me. I wanna talk to you. More about volume. I talked a bit about color. And how the importance of color can of bright and things up in one of the contrast you notice from a saudi arabia to to now when you're making your own decisions not this is not not toward making decisions there but the the style the more predominant style is the black the full black hit job the full black outfit for you. You're like okay. That's not did that for year. Now back home. And i'm going to get back to my roots in terms of color and style while maintaining An observing these traditions. What what role does volume play. Because i don't think people think enough about the volume. Because i guess when we think about designing a silhouette that's fluffy for example the flaherty is either like i have exposed shoulder exposed knee or whatever. And you're saying no you can still maintain full coverage and still use get flirty with ruffles or with can we. Can you talk about volume. Because that's something that all my gosh that outfit that you had on just the other day the black one with the cape and cape ahead wings. I don't know what i'll head. It was amazing to talk volume. Because i don't often think about. I don't think about think about volume. I just love that he tell us more. Yeah i think life when you look at a lot of the illest considerate modest right like you. Kind of get boxed in right because it's like well it needs to be high collar needs to be this needs to be not too tight and so for me it's like okay i these are you know the restrictions that i accept i accept that i wanted to be high collar. I accept that i wanted to not be super fitting okay now outside of these parameters that i said what are the things that i can play with and it's always texture. It's always color it's always value. I am just a sucker for a good sleeve. Because i'm always wanna wear sleeves up. Every has launched leads so give me movie showed me ruffles. Give me give me a good modified bishop adds an extra stuff to it like they move my head. Let's see you can see that a little bit errs in you. See the bottom like the rosettes in and so for me. I feel like yes i have my parameters that i that i work within based on my understanding of my religion and everything else is just up for expression so a lot of times. I'm just playing with whatever fabrics and materials. I have my studio. I i always say. I do this for fun. I do this for work. I do this for therapy. I do like. I actually love it. And saw draining on my mannequin going. Ooh i like the way the sticks up. now how can i make it. Stay kind of ferrick. How much i. I don't know if you saw.
"flaherty" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Especially recently. They're like they're like if they can make it till september still an then their content. Maybe not happy but you know it's also double edged sword because you know we listed off. All the accomplishments of the past twenty years and atomic of those are playoff appearances and ought not. I say only like it's bad but two championships. So you know obviously the goal was championships by making. The playoffs goes on goes on the accolades. Right yeah i guess the way i look at it. There's a lot of division championships in there. Because the first ten years anyway yeah Two thousand two thousand to two thousand four two thousand five two thousand six in two thousand nine role division championships. I but i mean listen. You're in the game for world championships. Here's the point is we're sitting here talking. Twelve or thirteen games. Out of the brewers and that's how far behind they are a team that is behind the dodgers. I would give the higher chances of winning the world series than them winning the central this year The math actually is similar recording. Actually is that that far back. Yeah and i know a lot of people agree with this. The thing that people don't agree with where i am in the minority on it is people agree. They're not good Okay not really hot. take People but i think people are so scared i think this is a social media concoction to people so scared like having what happened to the plow hawk when he's talking about trading tarasenko in january of nineteen. They were awful. Yeah now then then you have now audio four months later five months later they win the stanley cup and now it looks like but i get where he's coming from share you know so you don't wanna be the guy saying oh my god. They should train them. They wind up winning the world series. But it i'm sitting here saying can of course happened but the math is over so if you sitting there and you have a chance to bet and you can bet whatever dollar ten bucks fifty bucks hundred bucks. Whatever it is that the cardinals gonna win the world series. What are you going to bed you in if you say okay well now you gotta pay off five to one that the cardinals win the world series. You go on my me ten to one the cardinals when the world series. You probably go. I'm by me. I mean why am i gonna pass up on a free ten bucks free hundred dollars. I know that it can happen. And so if you're an organization y. With this opportunity to to to move on and turn the page especially when. I do believe that they're going to be aggressive. I think for twenty twenty two in part because a million i would imagine wainwright i would imagine and also aren't auto and goldschmidt. I mean michael as weird as it is and the flaherty clock is ticking to her share not age wise but time in saint louis wise time. Yeah i mean miles. Mike list is celebrating his either thirty or thirty third birthday as we speak today that they're gonna you know it's going to be shorts too. I'd have to say they're going to tend to shortstop or middle infield in some capacity may be young somewhere else. I don't know That that you gotta make a move but part of making moves is also taking a step back.
"flaherty" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"Be cute print. i have been there. I have have named cute device names and then a no one knows what they're called b. It's confusing for it might devices. They're not good with certain things. So broad rules. I would say go with multiple syllables. Two to three syllables. The right amount of syllables. For a digital assistant one syllable words can be really tough them to understand. It's like dogs to use names that work. So there's two series of thoughts here one. You could name everything like bulb. One living room bob to living room and then i'm assuming these senior living room and then you would also group them together under living room but as an added bonus when you say turn on living room lights any light that has living room is gonna turn on and you wouldn't even have group them or you can create a group. That gives you flexibility. Turn on an individual light. And i used to use numbers like that but i stopped. No wait so that's for people who don't wanna turn on individual lights that's just for people are like. I just went all the lights of this room to turn out. If you wanted to turn on individual lights i get cute but i don't get like mushroom cute. I get cute. Like i either. Described the lamp or light itself. Or i describe what. It's gonna light up so i have a over my dining room table. I have the table lamp. I have because. I don't have any overhead lights in my house because it's old. I have a five hundred dollar lamp from room and board. Y'all it's so pretty though anyway that is called the fancy limp because it is fancy possibly. I should have called it. The sofa lamp because it lights up the sofa. But didn't that's how you should start thinking about doing your naming 'cause then it makes it easy for people come in and turn things on. And it is not super cutesy bingo. It's intuitive and descriptive. And that's the way i ended up going after multiple different iterations. I say salt lamb for my salt limp and tv land for the lamp next to the tv and so on the challenge of this is when i moved fancy lamp out of the living room. I'm going to have to create a new routine depending like when i turned the living room on and off rate. So i'm gonna have to do that. I've a free standing lamp in my study. That is called ready steady lamp. Who so if. I moved study lamp into or the bulb inside study lamp into the living room. That means i have to go in and rename everything create new routines. It's pain so if you're planning on moving things around a lot. I would do. Descriptions of the lamb. I mean i don't do a lot of routine so i'm probably again in the minority. We've had this chat before but just for me to move things. It's just a rename of the bulb and then adding it to moving from one group to another for the most part. That's just simple got it. yes and so. That's what i would recommend for you and you know you might also want to create an upstairs downstairs routine or if you want a group it. That's actually not a routine. That's just a grouping. So i'm hoping that helps you somewhat in your journey and simple keep it simple as simple as possible and multiple syllables. Okay and if you would like to give us a call remember you can reach us at five one two six two three seven four two four and you will also be enter to win the august drawing with who okay. That concludes the dues portion of the show. Please stay tuned for our guest. Sean cooley. who is the ceo of mapped end up. Message from our sponsor this sponsor is very take everyone. We are taking a quick break from the internet of things. Podcast for a message from our sponsor this week sponsor is very a leading iot engineering firm and i have bill flaherty here. Who is the hardware practice lead very ready to talk to us all right bills so i understand that your team has a fairly unique approach to hardware development. Can you tell me a little bit about that. Yeah that's right. Stacey most harder element practices are decades old and well software development practices. Have of all hardware is mostly stuck in the twentieth or even nineteenth centuries instead of accepting the status quo. We've got a new way of doing things. Agile hardware development. All right agile hardware development. That sounds interesting but what does that actually mean. Well just like their software. Agile hardware focuses on encouraging tight team. Collaboration const interaction with the customer and being receptive change rather than tied to a requirements document. We focused on designing and prototyping small bites of work instead of trying to engineer the whole system all at once that us to quickly identify issue sooner and get to market faster. Excellent so very is a one hundred percent remote company..
"flaherty" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"Be cute print. i have been there. I have have named cute device names and then a no one knows what they're called b. It's confusing for it might devices. They're not good with certain things. So broad rules. I would say go with multiple syllables. Two to three syllables. The right amount of syllables. For a digital assistant one syllable words can be really tough them to understand. It's like dogs to use names that work. So there's two series of thoughts here one. You could name everything like bulb. One living room bob to living room and then i'm assuming these senior living room and then you would also group them together under living room but as an added bonus when you say turn on living room lights any light that has living room is gonna turn on and you wouldn't even have group them or you can create a group. That gives you flexibility. Turn on an individual light. And i used to use numbers like that but i stopped. No wait so that's for people who don't wanna turn on individual lights that's just for people are like. I just went all the lights of this room to turn out. If you wanted to turn on individual lights i get cute but i don't get like mushroom cute. I get cute. Like i either. Described the lamp or light itself. Or i describe what. It's gonna light up so i have a over my dining room table. I have the table lamp. I have because. I don't have any overhead lights in my house because it's old. I have a five hundred dollar lamp from room and board. I know y'all. It's so pretty though anyway. That is called the fancy limp because it is fancy possibly. I should have called it. The sofa lamp because it lights up the sofa. But didn't that's how you should start thinking about doing your naming 'cause then it makes it easy for people come in and turn things on. And it is not super cutesy bingo. It's intuitive and descriptive. And that's the way i ended up going after multiple different iterations. I say salt lamb for my salt limp and tv land for the lamp next to the tv and so on the challenge of this is when i moved fancy lamp out of the living room. I'm going to have to create a new routine depending like when i turned the living room on and off rate. So i'm gonna have to do that. I've a free standing lamp in my study. That is called ready steady lamp. Who so if. I moved study lamp into or the bulb inside study lamp into the living room. That means i have to go in and rename everything create new routines. It's pain so if you're planning on moving things around a lot. I would do. Descriptions of the lamb. I mean i don't do a lot of routine so i'm probably again in the minority. We've had this chat before but just for me to move things. It's just a rename of the bulb and then adding it to moving from one group to another for the most part. That's just simple got it. yes and so. That's what i would recommend for you and you know you might also want to create an upstairs downstairs routine or if you wanna group it. That's actually not a routine. That's just a grouping. So i'm hoping that helps you somewhat in your journey and simple keep it simple as simple as possible and multiple syllables. Okay and if you would like to give us a call remember you can reach us at five one two six two three seven four two four and you will also be enter to win the august drawing with who okay. That concludes the dues portion of the show. Please stay tuned for our guest. Sean cooley. who is the ceo of mapped and up. Message from our sponsor. This sponsor is very tae everyone. We are taking a quick break from the internet of things. Podcast for a message from our sponsor this week sponsor is very a leading iot engineering firm and i have bill flaherty here. Who is the hardware practice lead very ready to talk to us all right bills so i understand that your team has a fairly unique approach to hardware development. Can you tell me a little bit about that. Yeah that's right. Stacey most harder element practices are decades old and well software development practices. Have of all hardware is mostly stuck in the twentieth or even nineteenth centuries instead of accepting the status quo. We've got a new way of doing things. Agile hardware development. All right agile hardware development. That sounds interesting but what does that actually mean. Well just like their software. Agile hardware focuses on encouraging tight team. Collaboration const interaction with the customer and being receptive change rather than tied to a requirements document. We focused on designing and prototyping small bites of work instead of trying to engineer the whole system all at once that us to quickly identify issue sooner and get to market faster. Excellent so very is a one hundred percent remote company..
"flaherty" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast
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"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"If you Filled in your draft kings lineup with us last week. Then you probably cashed a few bucks as we put together a lineup. Let's go through the same exercise and put together lineup this week. Rick and you know. I'm curious as we've got seven of the top ten in the world and we've got some of the big boys we've got a deep field and we've also got you know sandwiched right in the middle of the pga and the us open. Where do you start as you start to evaluate the card and again if you're like me And your amateur. You're someone that just opens up Wherever they play daily fantasy we're generally looking at the big boys and and starting from there but is that the best strategy with a field like this. Are we starting to build our card. No it's not the best strategy to me the best job. I'm a fish to me. The best strategy is to never be always at the top always at the bottom are always in the middle. It is to start with the guy you have to have. That's it could be. He could be mid priced. He could be the most expensive golfer guy you have to have and the guy that you second most half to half and then third most to go that way so for me. This week chris. We had this conversation last week with. Vince waleed vince. Whaley with sixty two hundred dollars some referred to him as a free square because if his nine consecutive cuts made he went out. And did it again. I think he finished t twenty and he was very popular. There's there's a guy like that this week. His name's kyle stanley he's even cheaper. He's sixty one hundred. He's coming off the top ten last week. He's made four cuts in a row and he's got to top six finishes in his last three trips to mir field. So i don't know if we want to go through the same thing and say okay. Well vince worked out last week. And then and then it's sixty one hundred you are. I mean you are free to do almost whatever you want all right. So let's say that we grab stanley and the other thing is is..
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Girl named committed chris. Rabi sean scoops at danny mac. Dot com is the wednesday june. Second twenty twenty one edition of the program and boy. Do we have a good one today. Really looking forward to having greg zinger of mlb network and rick game and rick run. Good dot com. Join us here. From our ophthalmology associates studios greg from mlb. Tonight of course saint louis going gonna be with us to talk well all sorts of stuff. We'll talk the baseball season to this point cardinals jack flirty and then some really interesting stuff with gregg. I didn't know we'd go down this road but talking about media talking about the role of media and interacting with professional athletes and organizations in the interest of the fans touching on. Now meals sokha withdrawing from the french open. And you know some of what has been brought to the forefront from a conversation standpoint. And i really think interesting case steadier discussion standpoint over the last couple of days. Just what is the role of media. How has it changed. Revolve over the course of the pandemic. And where do we go from here. So we'll do that. With greg coming up in just a couple of minutes always love talking baseball with.
"flaherty" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I need everybody's help on Ungh. Ambling. Okay, Gambling's a thing. Now, um I always ask myself I can have all the information and I can dissect this and dissected again and dissected again and come to a decision and it be the wrong decision. That's the essence of gambling. Right? E s. So if you look at tonight's game Between the socks and the Cardinals. And it's such a cool matchup for a lot of reasons. Let me call up the draft kings out here, all right. I just had this up as well and I was looking at it. Um Because I made some money. I lost money. Three straight days is they got swept in New York and kept playing them. T o just went on. And I played them Friday. Then I was out. Um, good for you, but I've made a lot of money on them any money on them last night, Right? I'm up on the side. Um How would you play tonight's game and, like, Put yourself on the White Sox game again. White socks and cardinals. Okay, like I know, Carmen breaks this stuff down as well as anybody, and Carmen is usually much better at this than I am. But you've had a good run as well. Okay, Here's the deal. You got Giolito and flared high school teammates. Great matchup. It's interesting matchup. The ST Louis Cardinals are team with winning record. They still have a slight lead over the Cubs in the NL Central. The White Sox still leading slightly and the Ale Central. By the way, if the White Sox can beat the Cardinals, this will be the first series win. They'll have against the team with a winning record this year, which is just a nugget. There's a little nugget for you anyway. So I got Giolito and Flaherty. Okay, the Cardinals Air 19. Oh, and games in which Flaherty has started. Wow, they've won every start. Flaherty's ain't No. Clarity is eight. No with 3.16 A. He's nine starts. He's given up 10 earned runs. The Sox have struggled in my right Adam of dollars, and we talk about this. The Sox have struggled mightily. Against talented, right handed pitching. Giolito is coming off of arguably his best started this season, right? I'm putting all of this into my calculator. Is the play the under in terms of the total could be seven under 7.5. Can you all of this information? All of you? I want you all to give me your you without feeling like the cardinals to we've watched them here for through the Cubs. Seriously, they don't have And then like that was 00 game in the 10th on Sunday, Okay? And then last night again, like they were no hit through Almost six. Okay, so this is just broke this all down and like you said, too. I like the point you brought up about Giolito. He's coming off of his best outing, and it's a nightmare tonight game. Yes, he pitches well, if the total is 7.5 with you on the under, Okay, wait a second. But because I don't want to. Don't want the finger. Come pointed out yelling at me. It is It's under 7.5 his minus 1 10. I just gave you I think all the necessary information right? Clarity's good pitcher. He's a very talented righty socks struggle against talented righties Giolito coming off his best start. Night game for Giolito the number the run total isn't a huge number. I bet it's below the average number of runs that are scoring a major league baseball game in 2021 the number 7.5 so, Sylvie, you're betting the under What would play Would you make over any of the place you could make? You could put Betty socks on the money like it better than going with your under. Because this was a steer clear for me. Okay? Like with clarity and Giolito. The numbers you gave me on. Flaherty are just too good. And I might. At first I was going to say the socks. But when you lay it out that way with clarity, I This is a stay away from him. Except the under. I'm going to ride with the under. Okay, Abdullah. What do you what would you do? And you can say abstain. Pass as your answer. Yeah. I mean, this is a lot of no bet as someone who gambles a lot. I would I do like the Lucas Giolito. You gotta pay a lot of a lot of juice. I'm going to. I'm telling everyone to do this now, before you do it before when it comes up tomorrow. As soon as you wake up in the morning, check the line for tomorrow's game and bet the over on road. Don strikeouts. Okay, telling you, I told you guys about it. I'm from doing it again that I was gonna look at the Lucas Giolito strikeout total. It's 6.5, but it's minus 1 55. So that's your paying a lot of juice. That's how I would go just because you guys talked about how bad the Cardinals right up if I had if I'm not playing the game, But if I absolutely had to I probably bet Thea under okay, and I don't especially. I'd look at the first five inning under before they go through the third time through the rotation. The first five under maybe even the first three inning under a lot of under. Okay, I'd look at all the under props. Chris, what would you do? I don't like playing under. So just fundamentally, I disagree. That's not an entertaining It's rooting for no score. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I He's very vocal on that, and I agree, and I subscribe to that lifestyle, But I do think Giolito run line, The mice a running a half at plus 1, 60. Okay, That's the value that I would put even though they've struggled against writing. I know. Okay, Bye. Tell. Okay. Yeah. So you gotta win by two. Okay? There's your value that you put a little a little Sprinkle on it right? That's what I would do it If you told me black, I've got a gun. I'm gonna put it which I don't and I'm not going to put it right to your temple. You gotta make a play. That's the play I'm making tonight. I think I'm gonna play the under a swell little Sprinkle and I may do what about Alice said Do the under. What is it after five. Do the under after five or whatever that number would be. That's probably what I would do. What about the Cubs? The Cubs are minus 1 37. I'm a play. I mean, I know that they're the favorite, but that's true. Isn't Jake starting tonight? Actually, I may take the I love the way the Cubs airplay. That's a conversation. I like the way they're playing. All right. Let's get out of here because Charles Barkley is joining us in about two minutes. Can't miss Radio with the one and only Charles Barkley in.
Flaherty Earns MLB Leading 8th Win as Cardinals Beat Pirates 8-5
"Jack Flaherty allows two runs over six innings and strikes out seven of the cardinals eight to five win over the pirates flirty leads Major League Baseball with eight wins his records now eight note the Redbirds hit three RBIs for Tommy admitted two runs batted in by Paul Goldschmidt as they defeat the pirates for the fifth time in five meetings this season Gregory Polanco hits a two run home run a drive said three for Pittsburgh Trevor Cahill gives up four runs at one plus inning to take the loss he's now wanted by Alex Reyes records the number thirteen Mike Reeves St Louis
Flaherty's 7th Wins Lifts Cards as Burnes Walks 1st Batter
"The cardinals scored one run in each the first and ninth innings and that stood up for starting pitcher Jack Flaherty am the bullpen in a two nothing shut out of the brewers flirty moved his record to seven and all who gave up four hits over six innings and I'll do all brewers starter Corbin Burnes brewers put two on in the bottom of the ninth inning brought the go ahead run to the plate before cardinal closer Alex Ramos got out of the jam and got the save birds who took the loss also set a major league record struck out fifty eight before yielding his first walk of the season Chuck Freeman the walking
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
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"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"I mean it feels more normal and it's good to be back here in play season. No like we're playing biggest relief band like fans. It's like thank god like things see then land. Yeah and be able to play a and just be around each other with a little bit like less of intense and just being able to just like okay. Lee can be around each other and then like be here and be president and like hang out but more as opposed to zero. Yeah well and you don't have to. You don't have to get on a plane every couple of days and go straight to your you know go to a hotel room in a different style or get on a bus right like there's some rhythm to spring training and i'm sure now you know there's a lot less red tape that comes with flying all over the country. Just hang out with each other. If i put you on the lakers. How long do you think it takes you to get acclimated to like. Let's say you're you're playing twenty minutes a game. How much different is that. Would you be able to hang hang playing twenty minutes a game like right now right now given offseason you. We started this interview by you. Know you said you're the best athlete that you've ever seen if i took essentially if you take a professional athlete top of their sport and give them an off season to train for another sport and drop them onto a really good team. What happens while they're not playing twenty minutes a game. I can tell you that much. I'm not gonna get like. Yeah well it depends on position if they basketball has become so skill oriented. These guys have been doing it for so long and have developed so much skill that it would be hard to even get like remotely caught up because they have developed so much skill. They're like the the handle the shot like.
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Way you figure out what's important you'll you'll figure out what's important when you get all these things when you lay them out in front of you and you look them and use and it's it's it's like the same thing as like me looking at your priorities. You know you put a lot of things in front of you and you're like what's most important and you put talk okay. It was same thing with us. Like what's important. What means the most and it's like. Okay well this comes after that in this this and this figure that out in a lot of that is just come to charity. It's just on your morals and would kind of maybe headstone here. It's inside like what really gets you. So like as you're thinking about today aside from just going nuts being on this podcast just seen top priority. What are you writing down. What what are you decompressing with. How are you evaluating the day. Or what pieces of the day are you. Are you put on paper. I'm putting down what they're adding the score. The total scores in the top bra. I got you down on durant. Right down chris christie show Nah i just write down. What right now just gone over. What makes me good. Which is what's important. I mean you've got gotta have your baselines for what makes you use a person and you always gotta remember that as long as you stay you know if you can hold onto those things that make you good. It help you figure out everything else. So what's something that makes you good just routinely neck maintaining that confidence myself. No matter what goes on being able to stay within myself. No all i gotta do is be me. I don't have to be anybody else in iraq. You continue to do that. Things are gonna go find and sometimes things aren't necessarily gonna go perfect according to plan. But how do you respond in those situations. And and what can you do. So did you happen to hear. Or see on social media to quote from max homa after he won the I've heard about it. I don't don't know the exact quote of top head. Do you wanna hear this. Real quick is pretty.
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"You know cargo shorts and sketches. But i need to explain to me. What james harden's wearing. It looks like a sleeve for an umbrella like when you walk into a restaurant that you put your umbrella in the poncho on it. Looks like it's a clear. Ponder you get when you go to an amusement park and you've got gotta put one on stage splash mountain. He's wearing splash mountain. I mean i think like it looks. It'd be it'd be more something you might that he might that you might wear to like fashion week where it's a little bit more out there like i mean. Look i you do what you do. Yeah man you rocky rocket still playing his way into it and maybe he just wants a little extra. A little extra splash mountain poncho on him. He's he's balling so no like are super teams bad in the nba. They're not bad. But when when right now it's like a foregone conclusion the nets are gonna make the finals. And now it's like the regular season. It's like well. What am i watching. The and you're gonna get blake griffin into the finals. And i just wanna watch lakers nets. And if i don't get lakers. And that's i don't care if i do get lakers nets i'm just like what did i waste watching the rest of the season for because i just wanted to see those two teams and maybe you want to see another team. Maybe you're jazz fan. And it's not that the jobs can't you know get there in and get to that point or The sixers or the bucks but you know those are if you asked me the favorites so the bucks are kind of interesting. Because they've had the nest they've had the best record last couple of years struggle in the cabin. Yeah i mean. I guess like it just seems we're that you can trade like every draft pick you have for the next eight years you know like with no regard to any of that and just keep piling on picks trade. I mean you'd think about what you're looking for in a pick right if you get a top fifteen picks you're typically new trade that you're typically getting back what you're looking for like you make that trade as the as the nets to get james harden will those picks you have. You're hoping they become james harden are. Why would i make that deal to get the superstar. Oh no no no. I would a million times out of a million..
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"First-round this is the scores of each judge and the night. All right second round i'll watch caches. I don't be like all right. That's the worst thing i've seen. That's seven and then top in did i don't know what he did but it was like okay. That's probably equivalent to simon's deng. That's a an simon's did some nice with the team won. I'm like all right. That's nine like i do. Any of this is the second round totals would be an easier way like you take notes and then you rank them instead of giving them like a number. You rank them at the end of each round. Yeah well that's always the issue with the dunk contest. Whatever like when levin and aaron gordon were going back and forth and who was it last year i forget who won type that in whatever it was. No levine was like. I'm done like it's a lose lose zach had dunk. We'll the dude did a dunk and they gave it a fifty and then zach dunk. That was ten times better than it. But you're like just gave the fifty we can't go physically can't go higher. And they gave him a fifty so it was like okay next and it was like next dunk and it was like right but you should have gone all right. Heated wall acted derek jones. Junior miami it was like he did one. And then zach did one like well. Accident was better zach. Wins like it was just. He posted the highest score in any round in two thousand sixteen and the best overall score last year. I just i looked this up on with bedia. Listen to this group from s your derek jones. Aaron gordon pat cotton and content. Who thousand dwight howard. Two thousand and twenty dwight howard. It's impossible because i mean the guys that used to back in the day who were literally the best players and when we didn't see that type of stuff every night on instagram and twitter and social media like stuff being shared like that connick dunks. No no one can ever live up to that. At some point like every dunk has been done right. Like you can't event something. My think there would be dope if they went back to where they used to have like the wheel thing and basically now just be paying homage to dunks like yo you a complete whatever dunk. What if like they put it up on the video board in the arena. You saw what it was. You had two minutes to work it out and then you'd like three cracks at it. Yeah i mean we we just we just solved the dunk. You do you do the circle thing. It's all like paying homage to different dunks throughout the years. And then they get to see it on the video board and then you gotta do it and at least they don't do the anymore where you get as many as you want. Was it nate. Robinson who had like thirty eight tries maybe for one dunk. I gotta ask you something about this game You need to explain to me. What james harden swearing was wearing. What did you see him before the game like when he walked in like the red carpet and listen. I didn't see his type it in on instagram or twitter. You'll see it and listen. I am not someone who will ever criticize the know any Or anyone who has a stylised most likely and is putting a lot of thought into what they're wearing when most of the people in the press box are wearing..
"flaherty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Dot com is the monday march. Eighth twenty twenty one edition of the program. And we're hanging out with jack. Flirty today jumped on zoom with jack last night for about an hour and a half or so while we were hanging out watching the nba all star game the dunk contest and just talking about all sorts of stuff. So jack clerides going to be with me in just a moment always enjoy having him on the program part one of our long talk deep dive. We do a bunch of different drafts. We talk all sorts of stuff. Think you'll really really enjoy it. That comes your in just a moment. do not forget. Subscribe to the chris rock show by subscribing to the scoops with dana. Amac podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Just hit subscribe lever review semi a screenshot. you can always get me on twitter at c. h. r. a. b. c. h. r. a. b. e. Give me a follow and interact with the show. Interact with us as we bring you the latest from the cardinals and more as we head towards spring training. So let's get to it again. A deep dive with our guy. Jack flaherty part one of two. We begin watching the dunk contest last night at halftime of the nba. All star game. And that's right now. Chris rabies show on scoops. With danny mac dot com. What.
Biden announces all-female White House communications team
"The newly minted. Staffers named to the white house office of digital strategy included number of longtime democratic operatives. Many of whom worked for biden's presidential campaign. The group will be asked not only to recreate the digital operation that helped defeat donald but to build out an operation that follows a president who wielded more social media power than any of his predecessors which is what he's done unfortunately so rob flaherty who worked as the digital director of the biden campaign. He's gonna assume. The role of director of digital strategy white house. Jaime lopez will work as director platforms and brandon cohen who previously served as the deputy director of editorial on the biden campaign. He's going to serve as a platform manager of the digital operation. So they're going to be joined by. Jonathan hebron as video director and chronic would as the creative director both of whom held similar roles on the biden campaign as he was running. Biden's digital team is expected to focus on many of the same tactics and help the former vice president's campaign working directly with digital content creators and influencers to expand the administration's reach this builds on work. That was done in the final years of the obama administration where the president would routinely appear on platforms outside the normal venues for the commander in chief. And i think we're learning through like amc and a lot of people that like tiktok and those streaming things are going to be a good way to reach the younger generation. So there's a host of other digital operatives that are going to fill out this office of digital strategy. We got visors designer livia raizner as traveling content director without rebecca rank vic and christian tom as the deputy directors of digital strategy and cameron trimble as the director of digital engagement. All worked on biden's campaign and biden said today after being briefed on foreign policy that he's facing considerable roadblocks to transition especially from trump allies in the pentagon and the office of management and budget. So i honestly. I don't think joe biden is going to be silent about these issues. He's clearly frustrated with the interference from outgoing loser. And i think he's gonna start beginning more vocal about it. Yeah this is kind of an interesting signal right. Because everyone's like oh he's gonna be for unity and he's just going to ignore all that stuff and be super kind but he was kind of pissed today in his public remarks. He's like yeah. I'm facing roadblocks in the middle of a deadly pandemic from the assholes at the pentagon
Jogger Records Video After Being Stopped by ICE Agents
"City Councilor Michael Flaherty, calling this unlawful, outrageous and inexcusable. He's talking about an incident earlier this week when a black man was stopped by a group of men while he was out jogging in West Roxbury on the V F W Parkway. Initially, the man says he didn't know who the men were or if they were legitimate law enforcement. W. B Z Sherry Small reports, he says. It took them a long time to show any sort of ID. I tried to stop me that's been umbrella in a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday. The partial video shows a prelude who is black, being stopped while jogging in West Roxbury by three men in an unmarked SUV. The men claiming to be ice agents reportedly showed their ice badges and claimed a prelude fit the description of a suspect the Facebook video, sparking anger. Was unacceptable in so many ways from City Hall. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh called the video disturbing. It violates someone's rights just because of the color of their skin. Incidents like this have no place in our city have no place for this in our country, quite honestly from City Hall, Sherry Small W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio in
Celebrating Indigenous filmmakers at TIFF
"For people who aren't familiar with Thomas King's book the inconvenient Indian, how do you describe it? It's a difficult book to describe because Thomas covers so much ground but really it's the history of colonization in North America but told through his lens so he uses humor I. It's funny. He says to me he always disarms people with his humor, and then he pulls out the knife and. I really feel that that expresses the book in the best way because there can be a moment where you're just running along listening to historian. He's a fantastic storyteller, and then you're laughing and next thing you know it's a Gut Punch and I feel that capture the spirit of indigenous people we go through a lot of things and it can be really tough but we always have the ability to laugh at it and we have such a good sense of. Humor despite some of the atrocities we end up living in our lives and I feel like, Thomas Really encapsulates Ivan this book and do you remember when you first picked up the book and read it and you know what impact it had on you I do I read it around the time it first came out and it was not long after that that I ended up going to standing rock to document the occupation against the Dakota access pipeline there and I'd never thought about making the book into a film but when I was in standing rock, I saw a lot of those ideas that are in Thomas's. Enacted on the ground in the front lines and when I came back from standing rock. I guess that was when I really started to think about making it into a film and the book the inconvenient Indian it's pretty genre defying. It's you know unconventional in so many ways it blends history and humor and personal narrative from Thomas Kings perspective. How did you approach adapting all of those things from the book to the Big Screen? Yeah, it was actually very intimidating in the beginning when Jesse, Wendy and Stuart Henderson the producers of the film when they approached me to adopt the book. My initial reaction was I'm not a historian I'm not an academic I can't do this, and then on the publisher sent me an illustrated version of the book and those illustrations spanned everything from Thomas? King's own photographs in his travels to old posters from the original land settlement posters when candidate was trying to entice settlers to come here and occupy lands and I think that got me really thinking about the history that. Media has played in the misrepresentation of Dennis peoples in this country. One of my favorite moments in the film is a hunting scene, and early in the film, You bring in a clip from the nineteen twenty, two movie nuke of the North, and that movie represents the Innuendo as primitive but you show us a contemporary hunting scene So you kind of flip the script and Wayne. Can You? Can you tell us why? Was that important to show contemporary hunting nook of the north is an interesting film because when that was being recorded, it was considered one of the first feature documentaries and and it was recorded from Robert Flaherty who was asking people to hunt with spears, and when at the time they were actually hunting with rifles and so he was actually setting them back in time and this is where I think this. This perpetuates the stereotype that. People are stuck in the past where this nineteenth century representation of a dead Indiana's I use those words meaning the Thomas. King words from his book dead Indian or we're stuck with leathers and feathers, and we're a stereotypical romanticized version of ourselves but we exist in the now and many of our cultural practices and traditions are existing with us right now
Fired Captain Brett Crozier of USS Theodore Roosevelt will not be reinstated - CBS News
"The captain of the Senegal based USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier will not be reinstated chief of naval operations admiral Michael gill day announced after a thorough investigation the navy will not reinstate captain Brett crozier as commanding officer of the USS teddy Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the wake of a covert outbreak on the ship and a leaked email in which crozier suggested the navy was not moving fast enough to save sailors lives let me be very clear we expect you to fire red Flaherty chain of command when necessary we also expect you to be men and women a decisive action one sailor chief petty officer Robert Thacker died from Copa nineteen after being exposed on the ship as Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon an online petition has been created to remove a Confederate memorial from mount hope cemetery the change dot org petition asked San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer to remove the statue that was put up on a plot of land owned by the daughters of the confederacy in nineteen forty eight the petition currently has more than a thousand signatures both union and Confederate soldiers are buried in the
Nancy Pelosi plans to send impeachment articles to Senate
"Now morning news good morning I'm re computer Marcia Taylor three week long stalemate on the hill could come to a close this week house speaker Nancy Pelosi is expect to be in the process of sending the articles of impeachment of the Senate move comes without any concessions from Senate leader Mitch McConnell here's reporter and Flaherty had insisted that she wanted to see the trial rules before she sent over the impeachment articles she never got to see though she never got a promise that she was gonna get witnesses in the Senate trial so Republicans are saying look you're you know playing politics this is clearly political if you think that president Donald Trump as such a threat to the nation then you don't want to wait until the twenty twenty election but essentially what she did was wait are
NLDS Game 2: Mike Foltynewicz brilliant as Braves edge Cardinals to even series
"Ryder we continue with the baseball post season in the National League game two of the NLDS between the Braves and cardinals in Atlanta cardinals coming back to win game one scoring six runs over the final two innings on Friday in game two runs were at a premium but Atlanta was able to get to cardinal starter Jack Flaherty young Grady tremendous this season it's former MVP Josh Donaldson facing Flaherty in the first one very well in the left field with the brakes around the board basic Donaldson one of the new one Josh Donaldson gets the Braves on the board with an RBI single in the first flowery would settle down after that on the other side Atlanta started like full to damage to spend time at triple DES triple a disease but bounced back late in the season he was tremendous for the Braves on Friday using his slider among other pictures to scatter three it's no watch goal line with seven strikeouts over seven scoreless but still just a one nothing Braves lead on the cardinals heading to the bottom of the seventh in the Braves would
Pat Flaherty, David Lee L. MO And Jacksonville discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"With the Miami Dolphins offense of line struggling through the spring and summer line coach Pat Flaherty has been fire just four days into training camp David Lee L. MO announced as his replacement clarity who was hired back in February spent the last two years in the Jacksonville
Trump's budget: Winners and losers
"We got a I look at President Trump's budget Monday ABC's and Flaherty looks at which federal departments would win under the plan which departments could face budget cuts a winners. Here are clearly military and veterans in line for big budget, increases and immigration. It's eight point six billion dollars for the border wall. He's calling for more border patrol agents more ice officers, but the losers I think would be education department. The Environmental Protection Agency president's calling for seven billion dollars in cuts to the US education
Boston city councilor renews push for 13th optional year of school
"New numbers on college. Graduation rates. The globe says nearly half of Boston students who Andrew college. Do not graduate within six years and Boston city councillor. Michael Flaherty has an idea. He thinks we'll help year thirteen he says an extra year of high school would help students better prepared for college and make them more competitive flared. He's been floating the idea for several years and recently revived it. The mayor's office has a mayor will
Jordan Hicks of St. Louis Cardinals throws two 105-mph pitches
"Good baseball teams in if there's a way to improve alexandroupolis is going to do it but that today you know when you go through a season like this there there have to be these little magic moments and that one was that was as entertaining baseball game as you will ever see today there was some magic moments for the cardinals on sunday courtesy of jack flared he was fantastic and that's a another team who you know you never know how quickly young talent is going to evolve and you kinda look to that cardinals rotation going into the season guys late weaver and flaherty potentially having a lot of growth for them in a short time and maybe that rotation looks a lot different old flaherty was fantastic on sunday struck out thirteen phillies and route to a five one victory so people are gonna remember flare these performance richard but i think one thing we're really gonna remember from that game is jordan hicks cardinals reliever he hit a hundred and five miles an hour on the gun twice in that in that outing and relief of flared one third inning outing and this is a guy who's got a lot of attention this year for the pure velocity he's up there in the arolla beyond they were all the chapman realm he's averaging ninety nine mile an hour plus with his fastball at the average but what stands out to me richard he struck out nine guys in twenty two innings so it's not like he's just blowing his fastball by people you know he's getting some ground balls in that that seems to be predominant route by which he's getting his out so it's not the traditional one hundred five on our fireball if you will know and i think steph cass had his him today throwing the five fastest pitches of the season so obviously on a day when flared outpitched aaron nola he was geeked up and got the last four outs but he you know he throws a hundred and he's effectively while i think that's the term for it a walked to in there's a lot going on with the cardinals right now they lose their shortstop paul d young for for weeks and they're kind of might mathies trying to figure out you know the colt long back.
Pentagon chief attempts to bring Taliban to negotiating table
"The start of the fighting season there this is secretary mattis third trip to afghanistan as pentagon chief and it comes at a time when hundreds more us army forces are being added to the more than thirteen thousand us troops already here the new arrivals are part of what the pentagon calls a new strategy to force taliban fighters to the negotiating table known as security force assistance brigades they aim to enable afghan forces to finish the protracted war the us started here more than sixteen years ago medicines visit comes just days after afghan president ashraf ghani offered to hold talks with the taliban with no preconditions the taliban have yet to respond to the offer david welna npr news traveling with the defense secretary in kabul afghanistan there nor'easter to hit in the last several weeks is expected to bring about eighteen inches of snow to coastal maine that area's still dealing with damage from the last two storms including beach erosion main public radio's nor flaherty reports former spokesman for the san francisco ice office james schwab took issue with statements by president trump and other officials that a warning about a plant ice operation by oakland mayor libby schaaf helped more than eight hundred dangerous criminals evade arrest schwab told the san francisco chronicle to say that all of them were dangerous or that they weren't picked up because of the actions of the mayor is just wrong schwab said he quit his position because he didn't want to perpetuate misleading facts out of more than a thousand undocumented immigrants state were seeking ice arrested two hundred and thirty two people a current ice spokeswoman says the agency plans to hire a new information officer for northern california soon for npr news i'm julie small in san francisco closed in south western pennsylvania where voters are casting ballots in a special election deciding between republican state representative and trump favorite rick saccone or democrat connor lamb with.