35 Burst results for "Four Seconds"
Python Apps That Scale to Billions of Users
"Julian welcome to talk by enemy. Thank you it's great to have you here. We've got a bunch of fun stuff to talk about. It's really interesting to think about how we go about building software at scale and one of the things it just under a how you feel about reading your book. I feel like you must have some opinions on this. But when i go to a website that is clearly not a small little companies. It's obviously a large company with money to put behind professional developers and stuff in you click on it and it takes four seconds for every page load. It's just like how is it possible that you're building the software with so much. This is the face of your business is sometimes they decide to fix it with front frameworks. So then you get like a quick splash of like a box with owi and then it says loading for four seconds which to me feels no better. So i don't know. I i feel like building scalable. Software is really important. It's still people are getting it quite wrong quite often. I'm in it's all it's all also. There's a lot of things to do when you do that. Which lie right kober call for sure that also going to be able to mature everything like win there. Somewhere the be It's not easy bar like writing code and facing berg's is dominant. We all know to do that. But then if we are asking us up to one of the things that i as an example with profiling. While if i were to ask you more like i want you to tell me which parts your code is using some of the view. You're gone gaz. Uganda probably do a good gas. Most of the time but for real you don't know you have no clue until you actually look at. The data was profile or any two for being that will give you information.
Hedman scores in OT to give Lightning 3-2 win over Panthers
"Victor Hedman scored fifty four seconds into overtime to give the lighting a three two victory against the Panthers Andrei vasilevskiy finished with thirty six saves for his league leading twenty sixth victory of the season he also provided an assist Alex killorn had a goal and an assist for the bolts Ross Colton tied it with ten oh three left in the third period before Hedman netted the winner the lighting remain tied for first in the central division with Carolina though the hurricanes have a game in hand Florida is one point back following its third loss in four games I'd be very
TYOS POD EP. 2 PT. 1 | Overcoming Social Norms and How We Were Raised w/ Hannah Garcia! - burst 2
"Hello and welcome to episode of the thank. You also hot. Cast iron your host mobile store and mayor of cosy town nadine. Oh sorry hi. Good to y'all what's being on the new anyway as you could probably tell stream conceive for my audio listeners. I have guests today. I have my friend hannah with me for today's podcast for almost seven years. Now yeah that's fine easy. You'd we're twenty three. Yes and twenty four two and four. Wow bro while my words my have been out of it. And it's not. She inherited bad knees. Learn the past weekend that i probably inherited really bad leg jeans so my knees are giving it. They're they're getting they're they're. They're prepping her for future stretcher. You're gonna hide from your family for off my god. But that's this podcast not about hermes status about embracing our true selves and opposing capitalistic. Noriega's societal norms in general. Because i feel like we're shifting into a completely different direction than what was supposed to be done guess to do. You're a sense. Yeah so from social norms. Yeah thank you. So cheers to a whole. I a whole new podcast. First guest for the pod you cheers. Y'all so question for you here who are you. I'm hannah i everyone. I was from the bay area. And then i moved down here for our school. I studied animation
The Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray
"Without further. Ado i present to you. The case of more murray mars early life more was born on may fourth nineteen eighty two in hanson massachusetts. The fourth child of fred and laurie. She had two brothers an older brother. Fred and a younger brother. Kurt and two sisters kathleen and julie. Both older parents divorced when she was six and moved in with her mother. After her parents split she graduated from whitman. Hanson regional high school where. She was a star athlete on the school. Track team an excellent student. She scored a fourteen twenty on her. Sat and was accepted a west point which the united states military academy where she studied chemical engineering for three semesters she was released from west point on an honor violation for stealing five dollars worth of makeup after her dismissal from west point she transferred to the university of massachusetts amherst to study events prior to her disappearance in november of two thousand three free months before her disappearance maura admitted to using stolen credit card to order food from several restaurants. Discharge was dismissed after three months of good behavior on saturday february seventh two thousand and four two days before her disappearance morris. Father fred awry. Am i to take more a car. Shopping and later went to dinner with mara and whatever friends when they were done with dinner more dropped her father office motel room and borrowed his toyota corolla to return to campus to attend dorm party. She arrived at the party at ten thirty. Pm and left at two thirty the following morning at three thirty that morning one day before she disappeared she struck a guardrail on route. Nine in hadley causing nearly ten thousand dollars worth of damage to her father's car. No field sobriety test was conducted so she went to that party and probably got drunk and started driving. Her dad's car ran into a guardrail. One day before she disappeared and cost ten thousand dollars worth of damage to his core. The cops didn't feel the need to do any kind of sobriety test interesting.
Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2
"Brad Marchand scored a shorthanded goal and Jeromy sway man made thirty one saves to win his second NHL start leading the Bruins to a four two victory over the capitals swimming allowed two power play goals in under twenty seconds to Alex of educated TJ Oshie but he kept the Bruins ahead with the caps tilted the ice toward him in the second period Marchand Craig Smith each finished with a goal and an assist for the Bruins who are trying to climb back into the mix for the east division title the caps lost their share of the east lead falling two points behind the islanders I'm the ferry
Coinbase Experiences Brisk User Growth Ahead of IPO
"Have to take a minute to go over coin basis. Insane q one numbers. We've always even spending a lot of time here this week. On coin base. They announced the date of their ipo last week. And it is slated for april fourteenth. Now part of the reason they delayed their ipo until q two was so that they could release their q. One numbers and boy were they. Monster in total coin base has over fifty six million verified users. Compare that for example to robin hood's thirteen million active users went from two point. Eight million in q four two thousand twenty to six point one million in q one twenty twenty one trading volume in q one was three hundred and thirty five billion compared to one hundred ninety three billion for all of two thousand twenty and total assets on coin base went from ninety billion to two hundred twenty three billion a one hundred and fifty percent jump quarter over. Quarter the craziest part of that one. And certainly validation of the institutional narrative was that one hundred and twenty two million of that two hundred and twenty three billion overall came from institutions. Now the number that people were most focused on was revenue. Revenue was one point eight billion for the quarter compared to one point three billion for all of last year and something that will be absolutely shocking to wall street. The company actually had a net income of seven hundred and thirty million to eight hundred million. Basically this is exactly what the crypto kids knew was coming but still caught. Many wall street analysts off guard. Da davidson raised their price. Target from one hundred ninety five dollars a share to four hundred forty that price target is a twenty x multiple on twenty twenty one revenue. They had previously estimated six hundred and fourteen million in q one revenue which was obviously about a billion dollars off this price target would put coin bases valuation at a whopping. One hundred and forty-four billion dollars
Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case
"Supreme court rules in google's favor on java. Api case the us supreme court ruled six to two in favor of google in its copyright dispute with oracle over twelve thousand lines of code from the java. api used an android originally written by sun microsystems which oracle acquired in two thousand ten the decision perverse decision by the. Us court of appeals for the federal circuit oracle had asked for nine billion dollars in damages. In the majority opinion justice. Steven brier wrote the use of the code was protected under the copyright doctrine of fair use firmware malware on the rise according to microsoft's march twenty twenty one security signals report over eighty percent of enterprises were victims of at least one firmware attack. In the past two years the survey had respondents from one thousand companies from china germany japan the uk and the us reported the majority of security investments or going to security updates vulnerability scanning and advanced threat protection solutions. The report notes that nist national vulnerability database has seen a fivefold increase in firmware attacks. In the last four years the report found that only thirty percent of business invest in hardware based memory encryption forty six percent are investing in hardware based colonel protections while twenty one percent of decision makers said they were not able to monitor firmware at all. Ap ap's exploiting vulnerabilities in s ceasar and the fbi issued a joint advisory that over the past month threat actors have been seen. Exploding three vulnerabilities in fort annette's four two zero s currently the seems limited to scanning of devices on three reports for the s s. Vpn web portal flaw. But the advisory warns this could escalate to more sophisticated diaz or sequel injection attacks or serve to gain access to networks across multiple critical infrastructure sectors to gain access to keep networks as pre-positioning for follow on dead exfiltration or dead encryption attacks patches for the exploits are now available and the advisory recommends applying them immediately as well as disabling unused ports
Blue Jays beat Yankees 3-2 in 10th inning as fans return
"The Toronto Blue Jays won the season opener from another the alley's top contenders the New York Yankees three to two in ten innings Randal Grichuk double in the top of the tenth off Nick Nelson drove in the deciding run Toronto scored first with three straight singles up Gerrit Cole in the second inning but York answered in the bottom of the inning when Gary Sanchez blasted a two run Homer off the engine review the J. C. Oscar Hernandez tied at two in the six with a home run off coal fired Toronto relievers threw four two thirds shutout innings to enable the victory Tom Mariam New York
Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2
"The kings in the three game losing skid with a four two win over the golden knights in Las Vegas as they moved within four points of a playoff spot in the west division Ellie getting goals from Andreas out there to see you Jared Anderson Dolan Alex I Apollo and Leah Sanderson every games it's huge and we we treat every game that's a playoff game here now and you know we want to win every game we got the smarts to enable play the right way don't get too stressed about that but the standings and I think is that okay thank you to every day and try to focus on one game at a time William Karlsson she Theodore score for Vegas as they fall in the second place in the west one point behind the avalanche cal Petersen is the winner in that Marc Andre Fleury takes the loss hi Mike Reeves
Gilford and Sanders: Solving the Unsolvable
"Knicks. That was the name san francisco cops used. For cases they considered unsolvable the kind of cases that would get hung on new investigators in nineteen seventy four two inspectors in the homicide department were famous for actually solving them rotate guilford and earl sanders wore rimmed glasses. He had attentive is a bright smile. Earl was stout all muscle in a mustache earl and rotate a work like the rest of the guys in their department and not just because they were the only black detectives throw in. My dad is people on the sanders. Son marcus really their secret sauce because people tell them to rotate told me during one if ne-new more criminals than we knew police could fall the homicide in all. Just criminals actually liked earl mutasa. They didn't bust people unless they were directly related to a homicide and that built them trust and connections all over. The city is informative everywhere. Used to have a remember. The shoeshine guy that we would go when i was a kid over here near the old Reasonable joe's you would tell you for dinner and the guy was in saying man. Let me tell you what i know. This was especially true in the black communities of san francisco. People would tell them things. They wouldn't tell the white cops that's how they built a reputation for solving the unsolvable the round necks
Bitcoin Drops Below $51,000 and Analyst Says Further Downside on the Horizon
"I was reading the news on my phone today. They're like bitcoin slides. You know and i go to chuckle. That's not a slide down a fifty one. I like it okay when it goes down thirty or maybe it goes just to like it allies time let me know. Now you're kinda like so if you watch news and you watch. What's going on crypto. it's it's just ridiculous. You can tell that. The news is not be written as not being written by people who have been in the crypto market. Very long i mean they. You know hey. Rip van winkle the kind of woke up when bitcoin was like fifty seven and they thought that was the low you know and i o sixty oh no sliding backwards right so. Listen if you've been listening to this show any length of time you know. We've been talking about this a long time mike the very first time we had edward on to sixty four two hundred sixty four crazy right
Yilmaz nets hat trick as Turkey beat Netherlands 4-2
"Let's welcome in craig. Burley julian laurent and moreno guys. Plenty of world cup. Qualifiers to discuss. Let's start with the pick of the day from wednesday in group g turkey a four two victory over the netherlands bracket mouse with the hat trick. Telenovela scored as well david class in luke. Diong the goal scores for the dutch memphis to pie missing a penalty late. See this was a crazy game to come out more impressed with turkey or disappointed in the dutch. Oh definitely disappointed in the dodge. Listen to the tux. Four shorts and four goals. Something something crazier so clearly. The game plan was to keep tight and try and catch jonah. And so for them. It was a perfect game for the dutch yes. They scored two goals away from home. Yes they got. Apparently but all of these things were when it was too late and with a possession. The dutch with the ball particularly in the attack in the did absolutely nothing with so going forward in some respects. They a blunt. Clearly we useful goals. You got problems at the back. Alley pre pandemic. I feel like we were talking about. The dutch is a potential favorite. Dr course at least for the euro's things have certainly changed under frank gore and you just mentioned the name that changed at all frankly war he gets a hold of this national team and it's my goodness this is going to possess the ball to that they're gonna pass the ball sideways and back but when it comes to being efficient in the attack well there ineffective. This is a team that in the first half. Yeah they had all the possession in the world but did nothing with it as stephen. Just alluded to it and then defensively. Not enough for incision not enough work in one v one situations almost prize that the turkish team was actually getting after an attacking them when there were opportunities to do so. This team has all sorts of flaws. But i think the biggest flaw comes from the top frank gore. I just have to say. I have no idea how he got his hands on this national team job and to me it looks like a guy who dosing match the personnel that he has available to him on the field. This team is all over the place
Observations From Bayern Munich's Smashing 4-0 Victory Over Stuttgart
"Will stop in the bundesliga and you might think well. Why are we buying one. Four now against god. What's the big deal i miss. The big deal is afonso davies of buying sent off in the twelve. Th minute nil nil ten minutes later buying a three nil up welcome in fueled softer reflects on something. And i don't think i've ever seen before. Well this is sad day for german football because they have said that if buying played with ten players they will be beatable so they tried that today. Davis was rightly sent off after wa wa in the wind because he got a yellow. I and eleven does scale and robbery miller. The restaurant just did something. That is like unbelievable. There were four nil suddenly against the stupid cat team. That is later. Be quite good. Foam unbelievable to watch and just show you this buying team got that extra gear that i can use. They often down but it come back dortmund zero to winning four two champions league. They just win when i want to win. A now stood tried another thing. Eleven gets ten still losing four nil at the psychology from both sides. Yan here well. First of all studio will have a good conference. They're coming to 'alliance now now fans there. I think well we can have a chance. We've seen gerona result home advantage. Not as good as it usually is and a ban on their side. Thank you i will. We have to concentrate because our lives winning the day before and then stood would want more. They think well no. We really have a chance. But what do they do their team. Levin does get a team they just take another gear up. I think okay. No we have to concentrate. No we have to play quicker. We want to touch. We have to give a loverdos even better the ball here to goals and the ending a hat trick
Vasilevskiy, Colton help Lightning beat Blackhawks 4-2
"The lady earned a four two win over the Blackhawks is Ricky Ross Colton broke a third period tie with his second career goal Golden Gate Tampa Bay the lead at five thirty two of the third off a pass from Matthew Joseph Victor Hedman Alex killorn Yanni court also scored to support Andre that's lefty who stopped nineteen shots in his tenth consecutive win confidence going on as you said so our team when extremely well not the outcome moves the bolts back into sole possession of first place in the central division two points ahead of the Panthers in the hurricane's Dylan Strome and Mateusz yeah mark had power play goals for the Blackhawks who have dropped three straight and five of six I'm Dave Ferrie
Kapanen, Penguins stay hot in 4-2 win over Rangers
"Teddy blogher shorthanded goal early in the second period broke a one one tie and propelled the Pittsburgh Penguins to a four two win over the New York Rangers bloopers goal his fourth of the year was his second this season while down a man on the penalty kill I think we do want to pressure a little bit more especially you know when the other team doesn't have clean possession and that's when they tend to make mistakes you know is when it when they're under pressure so yeah for sure that's a big thing I think you know it's been turning the right direction for the most part you know we've been having some good kills J. cancel Caspary Kapanen and Sidney Crosby all scored Crosby added an assist penguins goalie Tristan Jarry made thirty three saves helping Mike Sullivan's team win a third straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Apple Getting Into Augmented Reality
"New report stating at apple will release mixed reality headset in twenty twenty two and a are glasses by twenty twenty five litres rumblings over apple's planned venture into augmented reality. Virtual reality mixed reality have been getting louder recently. We now have a series of dates for those devices by cater mainichi quo a good source of reliable track record on all things apple in research note with t.f. International securities obtained by macrumors will states. That apple will release an m. r. helmet type product by twenty twenty two an ar glasses type product by twenty twenty five in an air contact lens type product by twenty. Thirty or twenty forty. Didn't have a lot to say about the apple. Contact lenses stated netherlands will bring electronics from the era of visible computing to invisible computing. He added that is no visibility for the product as of now. But we predict apple's m. r. a. our product roadmap includes three phases helmet type by twenty twenty two glasses type by twenty twenty five and contact lens type by twenty thirty twenty forty before the helmet product provide ar vr experiences while glasses and contact lens. Type of products are more likely to focus on a our applications. When it comes to the headset though is a lot more to say there in terms of size yan located at the several prototypes been working on way between point four. two point. Six pounds over their apparent goal is to reduce the way to between point to two point. Four which would make companies had a lot lighter than many existing devices will also be portable will stated in report and have independent computing power and storage nonetheless. It doesn't mean that it will be truly mobile like an iphone. At least that i will say that. He expects to helmet to improve mobility as technology improves. You also added weight to the rumor. That apple's headset will be equipped with sophisticated micro led displays. The company is working with sony on this. He said which is in contrast to previous reports that say apple is working with taiwan semiconductor manufacturing co. with the micro oily displays and central optical modules. The headset will be able to provide a see through a are experienced as low as a vr experience. Here's the thing. Why should you buy apples. Mr headset when there are a lot less expensive options to choose from. Here's why although apple has been focusing on a are we think harbor specifications of this product can provide an immersive experience is significantly better than existing. vr products. We believe that apple may highly integrate this helmet with video related applications for example apple tv plus may be apple arcade etc as one of the key selling points and he's also stating added is expected to cost around one thousand dollars in the us but as far as the glasses go which are expected to provide an optical see through experience expected twenty twenty five launch at the
"four seconds" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue
"He knew his killer opening the door and night on arm to a stranger would have been highly unusual that day time and location. I think there was probably only one person involved. Mainly due to the fact has been franklin said to keep a secret of one of them are dead. An accomplice to the crime would be hard pressed to keep his mouth. Shut so long without letting out some clue or indication of possible involvement. The only witness did not recognize the suspect. He did recognize. Of course the horse and the horse was found later. The only thing he did notice was that the suspect had an unusual hat. Perhaps it wasn't a hat. Perhaps it was a disguise. Were part of a uniform. Speak for example. Maybe it was a hood lower. Several vigilante-type groups now were active in the area. For example the group that Captured mr smith and almost kill him by the a simulated hanging Another group the bald numbers they were group of gilani's in a little bit South of there in the ozark region of the united states. they were active from eighteen. Eighty three to eighteen eighty nine. They are commonly depicted wearing wearing black. Horned hoods with white outlines of faces painted on a distinction that evolved during the rapid proliferation of the group in two other neighboring areas. There were also the white cap. White capping was a violent lawless movement. Among farmers that occurred during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries it was originally a ritualized form of extra legal actions to enforce community standards appropriate behavior in traditional rights. White capping movement started in indiana around eighteen. Thirty seven as white males began forming the secret societies where to attempt to deliver what they considered justice on the frontier now is independent from what the state was doing. These groups became known as the whitecaps. I white cap operations generally aimed at those who went against communities values men who neglected or abused their family. People who showed excessive laziness women who had had children out of wedlock. all were likely targets. Was the morris family of the victim of white capping dan. The husband or wife violate some community standard and was punished..
"four seconds" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue
"She had a revolver but apparently dropped it law. She was wanting to hide in the bedroom closet where she was found shot and again no money or jewelry were taken or reported missing regardless of the fact that it was there there were there were found in the house and according to the police report easily visible. They weren't touched now after shooting. The couple killer did steal the horse like we said in used in his escape. The suspect was seen by a neighbor. Charles rose one now. His statement was that the person rode right past him. He did not recognize the writer or get a good look at him but he did recognize the horses belonging to the moore's family according to his statement that was tween nine thirty and ten pm that night rose worn told everyone about the strange rider and in particular that he wore what he described as a funny hat. That same horse was found in south. Bend indiana a few days later. One newspaper article. I've found listed in stated that the horse was worn out and exhausted and he had a strange fresh branding on his left. Rear flank unusual smutty apparently tried to change the brand very curious. I guess that's a lot like taking tag off of a car. Today he was later. Revealed that miss morris was pregnant at the time of the murder. Now did this has something to do with homicides. That's a good question. A local man by the name of floyd smith was accused. He was accused by the handyman from the farm. Riley huntley handyman turned. That was fired. By the morris is due to his indulgence of drinking after the authorities became suspicious of huntley huntley redirected them and accused floyd smith and even swore out an affidavit. That smith was involved. This was enough information. That officials ended up arresting floyd smith who lived just east of decatur the charge of suspicion of murder in the morris case.
"four seconds" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue
"A podcast exploration and discussion of law enforcement history issues and incidents in the appalachian mountains and elsewhere. Today's discussion the morris murders of eighteen. Seventy nine an unsolved murder. Investigation of husband and wife. Henry morris and ester jones morris of decatur michigan. They were murdered in the middle of the night by an unknown person or persons. What was the motive. Who is the killer. These questions of never been answered. Background music by kevin mccloud used common license. Scott you're online. Thank you victoria for starting to shout. Welcome back to felony file formerly known as five four two in the blue where we look at some different stories dealing with crime punishment court cases investigations so on and so forth usually in the appalachian mountains. But we do go beyond with you go overseas season. Look at things other places in the world. today we're looking at the rule. Farm country of decatur michigan eighteen. Seventy nine the morris. Murders is an unsolved homicide. That occurred like i said in eighteen. Seventy five of a husband and wife. Charles henry morris and esther jones morris of decatur michigan. Now it is thought the homicide kurt about nine o'clock on a sunday evening then. The suspect ended up taking a horse and making good his escape that way. The horse was found in south. Bend indiana early on monday morning or was in jaded condition. According to the media reports and showed that he had once worn a saddle saddle was never located again. A young lady. Who was an employee of the morris. Family slept upstairs and was home when the homicide happened and didn't know about until the next morning on the night of september twenty eighth eighteen seventy nine in and out of the way farmhouse along a country road in decatur michigan. Mr and mrs morris had gone to bed about eight thirty son being down and the only other individual in the house at the time was like i said was a young lady by the name of jeannine bull now around nine pm. Mr and mrs morris were shot dead within minutes within minutes of one another and they were left where they fell. Mr morris was found lying on the east stoop of his dwelling shot twice once in the neck and once in the right breast about an inch from the nettle. Both of the bullets exited about an inch to the left of the spine in the bedroom in a small closet across from the bed. The body of mrs morrison was found as her husband. She was dead. Were she had fallen. She was shot three times. Apparently there was some other shots. That bullets were recovered from the floor from so while she was down. Apparently the shooter was firing at her. Like i said she was shot three times above the left hand below the right breast and also through the side and the bullet exiting going from one side of the other the same round as it exited also put a large cut on her arm. Now robbery didn't appear to beat a motive. Nothing was found to be taken. This is except for the horse not an expensive horse really just a regular farm riding horse horse apparently used for gay by the suspect. Only shortly after sunrise. Janine ball who had through the entire situation the housekeeper found..
Etsy Crushes Estimates, Revenue More than Doubling
"Nc blowing past earnings expectations revenue more than doubling in the most recent quarter online retailer. One of the big pandemic winter shares up more than three hundred percent over the past year. And it's the biggest premarket gain earned the snp right now joining us to talk about the quarter and the outlook ahead job. Silverman ceo of esi. Josh it's great to see you this morning. You just had this blowout quarter. Let's talk about what you think. The future looks like and i ask in large part because i think we're all hoping that we're about to get into a post pandemic world that may bode well for some and may bode well for others. That's right well. Twenty twenty was a spectacular year for it was a time when circumstance met preparedness and millions and millions of people discovered for the first time or maybe rediscovered at sea At a time when they hadn't been in a long time and she's the kind of business that gets better as it gets bigger So more buyers means more sellers more sellers more buyers which makes the marketplace a whole lot better so to your point You know none of us really know what twenty twenty one brings. None of us have a crystal ball. But if i look at Twenty twenty ecommerce grew at an the crazy rate. Ecommerce grew it over forty percent year-on-year and yet oetzi grew two and a half times the rate of commerce. So i don't know what e commerce is going to do in twenty twenty one. But but i hope and believe that we'll be able to continue to outpace ecommerce overall in terms. Though of the way you think the shopping experience takes place you think by default the growth. You think i mean your how. What's the chance of the same kind of growth next year for example. Well i on the On the bull side of people we tend to forget. There's a lot of people even in twenty nine thousand nine who star shopped almost exclusively amal. Who never shopped online. So millions of people started shopping online and twenty twenty. Who hadn't before and they they loved it. It was convenient and interesting. And so we've brought a lot of people into e commerce warrant there before i'm the bear side during the pandemic can't spend on travel. They can't spend on dining so they're spending a disproportionate share of wallet retail and when they're spending on retail they go to the mall so they're spending a disproportionate amount on e commerce. So what. i don't know what. I don't know that any of us know is what's going to happen to consumer spending overall as you know as as restrictions ease what i do know though is if look over the long term if you're looking at twenty twenty two twenty twenty three and beyond ecommerce bigger and stronger and will be bigger and stronger. I believe as a result. Josh as you know. Musk tweeted on january twenty six. I hope you've saved the tweet. I kinda love at see. How much was that tweet worth. You think this quarter trades on the fundamentals and has always traded on the fundamental so at the time that he sent that tweet. Oetzi stock price went up. I forget the amount. But i think we gained a billion and a half two billion dollars market at four two hours and then the stock price settled right back down to where it started before the tweeting by the way. He's tweeting about the fact that he loves the marketplace tweeting about a product that he bought for his dog. Which which i love. But you know we trade on the fundamentals and i think it's so important that we keep talking about the fundamentals and i hope that's always traits on the fundamentals. Not on some story. That's that's other than that. You thinking at all about accepting bitcoin not right now i'm holder. I've held bitcoin for six or seven years. Now i think on the theory that i think it can be an interesting store of value. It could be an interesting tender. Some david need a whole lot more people to buy an own it before. I think it's really useful for people as as a and then. Finally i wanted to ask you about how you see the marketplace world versus the website or store world given the successive shoplifting. By how many of you are small. Businesses are both on on your service and also developing their own. And what does that mix look like for you know. Many of our sellers will also have their own shop. The challenges creating your own shop today is is is creating a lemonade. Stand in the desert right. It's harder and harder for an individual site to rise above the noise and become a brand that people can remember all the trends. I see is you know. We're consolidating fewer and fewer large e commerce platforms. And that's because the human brain can only remember somebody brands. We can only keep four five six eight brands in mind for everything else. We've got to go to google and we'd better go to facebook and if you're downstream google facebook then they're going to be the ones who get all of the economics so i don't think it's likely that there's going to be two billion thriving individual places to go buy things and years from now. I think there's going to be a handful. So the job of that seeing is to create a brand that stands for something that's meaningful and all of our sellers as a result
Police, EMTs criticized in death of Elijah McClain
"In colorado and independent investigation into the police killing of twenty three year. Old elijah mclean has found aurora. Police officers did not have the legal basis to stop mclean or apprehend assaults him. The report published monday says mcclain's encounter with the police was violent and relentless struggle and that the limited video and audio available from the incident quote. Reveal mr mclean surrounded by officers all larger than he crying out in pain apologizing explaining himself and pleading with the officers unquote mclean was stopped by three police officers on aug twenty fourth two thousand nineteen as he was walking home from picking up a nice tea for his brother at the local convenience store. He was tackled by. Police placed a chokehold and was then injected with ketamine by paramedics. He died on august thirtieth after days on life support.
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"And researcher a podcast exploration and discussion of law enforcement his issues and incidents in the appalachian mountains and beyond today's discussion. A murder from the nineteen forties outside a world war two military base. The wigwam murder part one part two is a discussion with decline from ireland writer of the blog history of sorts background music by kevin mccloud used common licensee. Scott the control board is switched over to you. Thank you victoria for starting out and welcome back to another hot cast where we're looking at law enforcement history issues in other things not only from the appalachian mountains but beyond and today we've got part one of an interesting story. I believe he might find of interest. Also i have in part to an interview with dirk decline. I sure i'm saying that wrong. And is in ireland while we were doing this interview. And he's the one that turned me onto this particular story through his website history of sorts World war two nine thousand nine hundred eighty s music history other history law enforcement crimes punishment the holocaust and other things of interest. He has an fantastic blog online. That i highly recommend you check it out. I you can. Google history of sorts and pulled up in are also attach it to my website. Which if you haven't noticed we've changed the address on to felon files dot com that's f. e. l. o. n. f. l. e. dot com. We're trying to do a little rebranding and the first of the year. And now that i've got some of this code nest behind me. We're hoping that we can get or at least get some more listeners. Out there in the world. So if you're listening welcome this story. That dirk wrote or documented. His blog originally is called the whig wom murder and some world war two murder case. Most of us are familiar with the term wigwam. It's a shelter of sort and you'll see how that kind of fits in him into the story. Here now. British home office pathologist keith. Simpson thought to be one.
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"On a Saturday while dozens of local police sheriff's deputies armed with shotguns watched the peaceful hour-long protest and demonstration. The only incident that occurred during this occurred when the police ended up getting into a what the newspaper referred to as a scuffle with suspected shoplifter who actually I left the store where he had stolen some items and ran right into the crowd and between the crowd and the police officers. They took him into custody law enforcement marched along and sheriff's deputies surrounding the courthouse there were jeers and insults from the crowd and someone even through a glass soda bottle but no one was her and no arrests were made during the march month. Concord police chief Jack Moore was interviewed and he said that the father of Ronnie long Mister James long had cautioned the Marchers to leave whatever weapons they might have at the park where they had started from Long's father was quoted in the media saying I don't know if the March will help anything, but I don't see how it would hurt anything. At least it will let them know. We're still fighting. Now today Ronnie Wallace long is 61 years of age has been behind bars in North Carolina. His entire adult life has been fighting the tracks outcome in a very protracted legal battle and in one interview, he stated. The only thing I'm asking for is a fair trial. That's all I want. I want to see wage biological evidence where the evidence of the suspects hair what happened to all this evidence. Don't nobody know. Now the evidence was listed off and this was found later after the trial and biological evidence was documented as being their hairs that were determined not to belong to the suspect. We're in the evidence and collected but all that disappeared. Now according to court filings Concord Police collected and tested the evidence but Long's attorneys did not have access to this evidence and that would have strengthened the case thousand and nineteen Seventy-Six. Now some of that evidence has slowly showed up since 2005 following various hearings in court orders on the federal and state level the North Carolina innocence inquiry commission investigated Long's case. They notified alongs attorney in 2015 that the latent fingerprints have been discovered a crime scene and run through a database. The commission made no findings and laws case regarding guilt or innocence the evidence connecting long to the crime was absent though. None of his prints were on anything that was lifted from the crime scene and it's come out that police not only took the jacket and the hat but they took hairs to be compared to what was collected all steps to try to connect Mister long to the crime through physical evidence the evidence connecting long to the crime never showed up. There are still issues with the victim's identification of long in the courtroom to The victim was put in Disguise and put in a courtroom where the attack are possibly was. This has been pointed out in several hearings. It's been pointed out that this could be thought of basically re victimizing the victim to put her in that situation creating an immense amount of stress on that person off. I can see where that would be possible. There's also the issue of what happened to the sexual assault evidence kit, which is sometimes referred to as a rape kit. Apparently it was never turned off over to the state Bureau of identification. Now the technology for DNA testing didn't exist at that time at the time of the trial. However other tests like blood typing long hair comparison could have been used to narrow the suspect pool and there is no record of evidence destruction, which is normally the case and there's no record of where wage May have gone long as attorneys stated.
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"After the Birmingham bombing. We'd was identified by two men who saw him and noted his license plate number. He was soon linked to other bombings and. Was Long before he had his name on the FBI's ten most wanted list. Now, I was working at like I said at that time period in Asheville. One of the clinics that Rudolph bombed was in Asheville. He put a Satchel type bomb in the parking lot. And it was discovered by Sergeant Randy. Riddle. Fortunately for the sergeant. It was the bomb didn't go off. This was about the same time as we were dealing with the group called the lambs of Christ. We were having to. Physically remove them from. Property, where they were trespassing protesting the the clinic had to pick them up. From, the ground where they were laying, put them on a stretcher and carried them off. It was quite an interesting situation and that was one of the reasons sergeant riddle was there after hours he was working security. They're just the same way that Robert Stevenson, officer, Stevenson, and Ham police department was but fortunately. Like. I said SARGE riddle. Survived the encounter. Was Long after that Rudolph seem to basically just disappear off the face of the earth. He was suspected. Once he was identified by the Birmingham Police Department do their investigation. And traced to North Carolina where he was interviewed a couple of times by the FBI. And the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. The FBI developed enough to place him under arrest. And when the FBI arrived. Apparently. Rudolph had. buggered off so to speak. and. Couldn't be found. Local authorities and the state. Bureau Vesta Gatien felt that he was still in the Cherokee County area. the force in the area and the national parks nearby were searched, but they all came up pretty much empty handed. Later after his arrest Rudolph said that he had gone into the wild and. when he began feeling the pressure from law enforcement. After, the Birmingham. Alabama bombing he claimed he lived off the land for the most part collecting berries and eating lizards at times. I highly doubt. This was the case. From what my friends with the State Bureau of Investigation, told me later..
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"Out there. The clan in the southern mountains. The LUSK shot well controversy. This is published in the Appalachian Journal in Nineteen eighty-one. You can also go back to national newspapers. The newspaper! The asheville Pioneer August thirteenth nineteen sixty eight talks about the situation. The North Carolina daily Standard from that same year talks about. The involvement! Virgil Lusk in nineteen, twenty-three wrote his own account of Klan activity in the Twelfth Judicial District of North Carolina. In how he recalled it. which was completely different from shot wells as I said, you can find more information and North Carolina State is the actual citizens tons website wick India. The! North, Carolina. History Birchenough Look Pedia all these information sources are out there, and it's available to look at into read in. It's very interesting. There's a lot of history out there that. We are not aware of and we probably should be. so that's our shade of blue stories for this week. I hope you founded interesting. For more information on some of my books. You can go to Scott.
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"The testimony given was based on. The. Statements of a professor of psychiatry from New York University School of Medicine. And an authority on violent behavior and prisoners. This doctor testified that Barfield suffered from a disassociate of identity disorder. Professor Lewis Name. She testified that she had spoken to Velez other personality. Billy who would told her that Velma had been a victim of sexual abuse, and that he billy. Had killed her abusers. I guess looking out for. North Carolina judge that the. Appeal was made before was pretty much unconvinced. He's quoted as saying in the newspaper. One of them did it. I don't care which one but one of them did it. Be that may another appeal was made in federal court? This was denied when attorneys attempted to take her case all the way up to the US Supreme Court. Velma total orders to stop any further appeals and they did. Eight years after the death she was convicted for in the criminal charges were filed. Barfield was executed on November, second, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four central prison in Raleigh. She had been convicted of killing her fiance. Boyfriend. By later in confessed to killing three hours. She is also suspected of killing at least two additional people. She made a partial confession to her son. As well before she was executed, regarding her first husband. Saying. She might have caused a fire, but leaving a cigarette on the quilt at the foot of the bed, but she really wasn't sure. She confessed to poisoning and killing her mother's well. Mr Edwards? Who she was the husband of one women she was taking care of. And, in each case, it ended up Barfield in she admitted to. This had been stealing money from her victims, checking accounts, and whatever she get her hands on to fund her addiction to opiates. She released a statement right before her execution that said. Quote. I know that everybody has gone through a lot of pain. All the families connected and I am sorry. And I want to thank everybody who has been supporting me on six years. That was the end of her statement. Barfield chose our last meal. Before she was executed. One bag of cheetos. And two eight ounce glass bottles of Coca Cola. Barfield was later buried in a small rule North Carolina cemetery near her first husband. Thomas. Ministers at the time, said the face she gained in prison, was a living demonstration of the grace of God. About two hundred relatives and friends, including lawyers judges, several prison officials gathered her grave and sang amazing amazing grace. Like I, said during the years in prison sheet become A. Born again Christian and helped so many inmates that many said. I don't know how I would've made it if it wasn't for Velma. This is according to a newspaper article where they interviewed the Reverend Philip. Corner Chaplain of the Correctional Center for women in Raleigh. You further said God reached out and touched in love through Miss Velma Barfield. Carter said this at the memorial service. Right after the execution. The. Execution ended up raising some political controversies as well. Governor Jim, Hunt, who was challenging the incumbent. Jesse Helms for the US Senate seat. Rejected Barfield. Requests! For Clemency. And this is possibly or thought to be one of the reasons. That governor hunt ended up losing the election to Jesse Helms. At that time. Another connection available happened also after the execution. Emerged for higher trial. VILNIS. Son became a surprise witness for the prosecution that trial. James Small was on trial. For Attempting to hire several individuals to kill his wife Evelyn small. Ronald Burke. Of almost son said James Small had commented to him about his wife Evelyn when he had visited small convenience store prior to the murder of Mrs Small. He told the jury of nine men and three women that small and asked him on the visit. Quote what I thought of a woman who would take his house and all this money and still want more unquote. Burke was an accountant in lumberton North Carolina at the time. And more conversations were put to the jury, indicating small was looking for hired killers to take care of his wife. I am assuming that small thought. He had some sort of connection to murder for hire. When he contacted Ron Burke, when of course his mother was known as a convicted serial killer. In Cross examination Burke said he volunteered his testimony because he quote wanted to see justice done. If you'd like more detailed information on Velma and her activities. North Carolina writer Jerry Blood. So who's written some very fantastic books on crimes in North Carolina. He wrote a book about Barfield life and her activities. It's.
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"All, he wanted he wrote. was a normal healthy relationship with his boys. Now is ex- mother-in-law. She agreed with that. And, Stated that was important. The boys have a strong and good relationship with your father. And she also said she hoped that something could be arranged to that effect. The father and His ex- mother-in-law and father-in-law began communicating on a fairly regular basis, and sending pictures back and forth, and describing the visits than what's going on with the kids because Tom couldn't get that from the biological daughter. Susie and it came down to the point that the newsome's Tom's mother-in-law and father-in-law agreed to testify about vegetation. On Tom's behalf. In the new quirks, and of course we know what this did the Susie. She went nuts. And she became more fearful each day of losing the boys. She told relatives that Tom had mob connections and use that to explain why his mother and sister were killed gangland-style. She knew this to be true. She said because Fritz was with the CIA and toler. Prison convinced another person he worked for the CIA. Ian Perkins, a twenty one year old from a prominent regional family and a student at Washington and Lee University in Virginia. Perkins Known Fritz Pretty Much. All his life looked up to him. They shared a common love of patriotism, a hatred of communism and a fascination with guns. Perkins had toe Fritz that he wanted a career in government talent college. So In the spring of Nineteen, eighty five Fritz appeal to that desire when he told Perkins about his work with the Sierra. Fritz needed Perkins help with a covert mission to kill foreign drug trafficker. It was a try out of sorts Fritz told him, and he would evaluate perkins performance to determine whether he was worthy of other missions and full time employment with the Central Intelligence Agency. And of course. The spy struck Perkins agreed. And the weekend of May Seventeenth Nineteen ninety-five around eleven pm. Perkins Drop Fritz in the Old Town neighborhood section of Winston, Salem. Just after midnight Fritz came back and pick and met up with Perkins, who had completed the so-called mission? That night, three people were killed a half mile from the drop off point. Bob and Florence newsome. The. Cousins mother his his aunt and uncle. Bob's mother Hattie. Now, on May thirtieth nineteen, eighty five. Before the three days before the entire thing fell apart. Winston, Salem police detectives questioned a wannabe secret agent. Mr Perkins about his whereabouts tonight, the nuisance were killed. I'm not sure how linked up that he was involved. Now Fritz said used Perkins as an alibi when they questioned him. And the two had planned for such a scenario and had urged her story very well. They had been camping together in Virginia mountains that weekend or not, even in North Carolina. Win The Kentucky Officers Pressured Perkins who were looking at. Their homicide. He finally tearfully confessed the truth. He wasn't supposed to tell anyone, but he was. Cleaner. On a covert. mission. On Saturday may eighteenth year driven him to Winston Salem to kill communist? They were rating at American arsenal smuggling the. To South, America and trading them for large quantities of drugs which they sold of course at a profit..
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"I've always been envious of people who seem to be really organized not that I'm a Slob I'm I'm pretty neat or a medium medium neat but I know I could probably do a lot better but it's hard for a trainer and a consultant and she is author of a book called clear your clutter welcome sue and so what's your take what is your take on this I m I in the majority or for most people a lot neater than I am well my take is that the overwhelming majority of us are not born with organizing gene eighty eight percent one of us really but you can remember back in school that there were certain children who had older pencils sharpened they were ready to go they had their papers with their name on it it being passed in just in time and then the rest of us were looking for things looking for the paper looking for the pencil looking to sharpen the pencil and that's kind of the most of us so we have to learn strategies that are going to work for us and it isn't one-size-fits-all we have to find build on our own strength of what we're doing now to get to places on time mind important papers at home and and build on what those strategies are in other areas of our life and what are simple ways to do that we have to start with something small and successful and it may seem it's kind of counter-productive if everything's out of control but we have to take a really small step I because then we'll see some success and we'll be able to elves or with one other person at eight in the morning and drag everything out well we we don't we don't have a plan we don't have enough people to work with us and we haven't figured out what you want the garage to look like a more we want everything to live so starting much smaller starting with the junk drawer and kitchen starting with the trunk of the car starting with bathroom drawer that's a much better place to start because that does what it builds the success almost a success muscle in us and we go ooh that wasn't so bad oh I figured that out okay I can do this and I can keep this small space under control it's not like a storage it's not like a three car garage it's just a small space and I can take back control and then you just build on that you go to the next on that right you look at really what are the nine parts of why we're in this dilemma. It seems more really in this acquisitive society acquiring thing so when we can't find something we go and acquire another one 'cause we know the one we're looking for is in here somewhere whether it's a a skateboard in the garage or whether it's a stapler in the house but it's so convenient to just go get another one that that's what we do so if we build on the success of one junk drawer one part of the refrigerator one pantry one desk where we're doing our work what do you think is the the biggest problem people have is paper is it people is what is it it's paper and even though the talking about the paperless society since nineteen seventies it's still paper and paper because everybody knows has their own office depot or their own staple center in their house whereas years before that never took place everybody's got their printers in their cartridges and their own computers at home and so people are printing a lot more information than they ever did before and then sometimes it's it's in the workplace people are concerned if maybe the files are going to go down so I'm GonNa make a backup or they call me in the solution the solution again is built on on systems that have worked for that individual person so for some people you know they they work okay with piles if they are piles are of particular projects for other people piles ask some simple strategies for them to just start right now with some real easy tips and it's a free at sucrose dot com and it's a simple strategy can do now to just start to clear back the clutter and it sounds real simple and silly but it really sets the tone for the day it's the first thing you can say you've accomplished for the day and whether you work from home or you were outside the home whenever you go back into that master bedroom space it's like oh this is under control in here and our bid is eighty percent of the master bedroom so just that one activity of pulling the covers back into place in smoothing things down can give a sense of calm and control back to an individual it's a very powerful first step for people to take another one that's in my simple strategies you can do now free e book with cluttered knows that when when they do get it all cleaned up or even even in one room that there is that sense of calm and and that whatever that sense is in people that that having things organized in need gives you and yet it's for some of us very hard to keep it that way.
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"A. and continuing our conversation about healthcare I think sometimes people I don't know how what they're thinking but I can understand people thinking well you know this is the doctor's hospital they the you know the these people that work here they're professionals they should know what they're doing I don't want to be a bother I don't WanNa say Oh let me see the charred and you know that I just let let these people do what they're supposed to do because they're the professionals and they are the professionals and they are deserving of our enormous esteem and respect because what they do is so stressful so difficult and so challenging so consequential but at the same time if you handle it in respectful and responsible way my variance and I've been doing this for over three decades is that the doctors and the nurses will embrace you because every doctor every nurse I talked to says look we're working on art is weekend we just wish we had more resources to provide the kind of excellence and thought and time to each patient we want so my view about that it is let's tap into three hundred twenty million Americans with some point in time or be going to come are going to become patients and get that in Energy that intellect that care that love to complement the doctor so it's not a matter of looking over people's shoulders and doing Gotcha it's uh of partnering with them across the entire service industry if you talk to people who are lawyers accountants strategic planners advertisers the people that provide services they will tell you that they can provide a higher level of service if they have more engaged client and that's it suggesting people do with their physicians become engaged learn about your disease go online to the responsible resources so that you understand that damage your disease you understand the treatment options and that you can become a more intelligent in a more informed decision maker in participants will help your physician uh-huh your nurses your nurse practitioners do a better job for you since you've been doing this so long where do you think typically the the disconnect tappan zee if there is a one or two spots where that typically happens where where things falling apart falling apart a little bit extremely wouldn't use that but here's the metaphor I would suggest you know accidents automobile accidents tend to happen at intersections right where there's a traffic eh the vast majority of automobile accidents happen at an intersection with a stop sign or something going on and it's at the intersections that we see a lot of break down in the coordination and communication when somebody goes into the emergency that's an intersection and they need to be prepared to make sure that all the men checks in the emergency docs know who they are what happened to them what medications around what diagnoses they have what allergies they might have it's too easy to make a mistake and then if you go from the emergency room into a floor it'll be a whole different staff and they may not have add everything transcribed accurately and then when you get discharged from the hospital will you need to make sure that you have a discharge summary so that you know what diagnosis you have with the medications are what's schedule what you need to look for and make sure that the doctors who taking care of you outside the hospital have all of that information with full fidelity are you seeing as you have worked in this for some time are used seeing more and more patients doing this or not oh yeah we're seeing a groundswell of people learning how to become effective advocates for themselves and their loved ones people understanding the need to do it and they growing receptivity within the health your community so that you know our parents or grandparents approach to physicians was the doctor says in the patient does without question torquay it isn't what the doctors want and it doesn't get the doctors what they want which is the best outcome for a patient it certainly doesn't get the the best outcome so as technology is exploding as baby boomers are becoming the principal recipients of care as they age into that zone as doctors are learning had a partner with patients to be open and receptive to it I'm seeing a very very significant change on all kind yeah I think it's good I think when people hear about medical errors when they hear that term medical errors they think about you know the the guy that got the wrong leg chopped off kind of thing that you know the stuff that makes headlines that makes juicy stories but that's not what I mean I guess that does happen but that's not where the problem I'm really is is it I agree with you very astute observation that's the salacious stuff that gets to the front page but it's generally deep much more subtle it's you know a physician doing a major surgery that they don't have the expertise or resources to do it's and we we saw this just the other day with a patient of ours was in the hospital had an allergy to penicillin and and the patient advocate was with her and said wait a minute my mother's allergic to penicillin you've got to give her a different antibiotic so it is those the things and once they happen they can trigger all sorts of cascading effects that go down the road so it's that subtle chain wjr that results in the cascade that can be ultimately unfortunately lethal or result in irreversible stuff it's sometimes it's this diagnosis a patient right now who went to his emt for five years twice a year with increasing a pain in his throat in every year the N. T. gave him a scope to examine it and said you know you have reflux and every year he gave the patient a stronger drug to take care of it and it worked for a little while and then the pain got worse well turned out after five years the internist was scared heard because this should not going like this Ordered some drug ordered some blood tests found out that he had very high level of cancer you're markers and he had a head and neck cancer that had probably been growing for five years fortunately I you're able to defeat it but rather than having a two hour surgery and a two week recovery you had to endure six months of Chemo radiation and probably so much of recovering that's what had doctors make mistakes is but that's a that's a really good point because is that a mistake or is that a just he read the the symptoms wrong I mean you know sometimes symptoms mask themselves I mean it is it a mistake or is it just it no one would have caught that I think frankly that his cancer was so hard that everyone should have caught maybe not the first year certainly after these things don't go that fast and this is something the size of it Paul this is this is this is very sobering because I I when we go to the hospital or the doctor we WANNA think that we're putting our health and our lives really in the hands of people who will do right by us and who know what what they're doing and you know that they're they're not gonNA screw up no it's very destabilizing because look when you're sick you feel very vulnerable you have the psychological meet need to believe in whoever it is is going to be treating you as the capability and it's going to deliver the cure that you so desperately need and and and when there's a notion that that might not be the case it can be very stabilized but if that is the objective truth I believe that the I need to know the truth because if that is the truth and people know what they're things that they can do to dramatically reduce the probability if they become one of those statistics I had another patient just the other day had three back surgeries probably all unnecessary was in debilitating pain and was being recommend by yet another surgeon to have a fourth surgery which would have fused her entire back from the base of her neck all the downturn tell them probably the most complicated and severe Back Surgery One can do we had a spine expert evaluate her independently he came to the conclusion that Oliver nerves were fine over muscles refined the pain as being caused by one specific muscle and there's an expectation that with six weeks a very specific physical therapy Graham she'll be able to get off of all of the heavy duty pain medications that she's on reducer pain to something that is tolerable oh and then over another six to eight weeks probably get it down to nothing by simply energizing and strengthening a very specific muscle well this is all interesting and and sobering and Buyer beware I mean this is a good good to know because I don't think people know it or or want to know it but but the truth is the truth and I appreciate your time they need to know and that's why that's my passion and I'm I'm very grateful for your interest that's why I wrote the patients play but that's why in podcasting under no mistakes with Leslie Michaelson that's why I've got a website.
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"Is well the we in America are able to provide people very very best medical care in the world are healthcare delivery system does not do that reliably prevent double medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States right behind heart disease and cancer and and that's something that you can avoid becoming statistic from if you learn how to become an effective healthcare consumers avoiding the downside and then the other art which is exciting is making sure that benefit from the upside is everyone who reads the papers and watches the news knows we're in the golden age of biomedical research are far better diagnostic safer and more effective therapeutics than anybody would have imagined possible even a decade ago if you'd be come a savvy healthcare consumer if you learn how to harness that consumer DNA US to plan a vacation school rental car buy a house all those sorts of things and you learn how to use that in healthcare you can make sure that you and your loved ones benefit from these remarkable advances that is a stunning statistic vet deaths from medical errors is the third leading cause of death it stuns me as well it's a big number but it's been documented in study after study after study and you know we all know that tobacco is a killer and there isn't anybody alive today aware of that we probably lose almost as many people from preventable medical error as we do from tobacco today and in part of my life's mission is to to sound a warning siren with respect to that to get people's attention on it because if we can we know how to solve this problem we've done it in commercial aviation commercial aviation is inherently dangerous but we have a culture of safety and commercial alleviate that works really well because on average every year in the United States we lose a couple of people to commercial aviation accidents and that's not to say that those are unimportant lives every life is precious but that's a very small number relative to what I'm talking about and if we could take and recreate that kind of culture and medicine if we could take the kind of culture that apple has in terms of excellence in the production of their cell phones or Intel in their chips or or even Zappa's in their shoe delivery okay and bring that into medicine there'd be a whole lot more people alive at the end of every year in the United States well as you say airlines in the airline industry the there's a culture of safety how would you describe the culture in medicine if it is not saying St will what is it look the provision of healthcare services he's one of the most complex undertakings in our entire society human biology is even more complex than physics we're beginning to really understand it but it is it is remarkably difficult to do all that the number of things that can go wrong in the human body is an extraordinary number and they interact with one another so physicians and nurses are the most hardworking and dedicated professionals I've ever met in my life they're all trying to do the very best but they struggle because they don't always have the resources they need to deliver the teen quality care that they want to their changes and shifts and hospitals use the introduction of new communication technologies and electronic medical records that are kind of first second generation they need to be more advanced they need to be more sophisticated and the reimbursement system doesn't help the regular we system doesn't help everything is focused on things other than making our national priority the elimination of medical error and if we were to make that the cultural imperative we will defeat it why would I would imagine that within the medic community there must be examples of of places where this is already happening right absolutely there are what I call green shoes that's where people have focused on it embraced it and do tremendous work with so for example there's a fabulous institution in northern California in on California called The Washington hospital healthcare system which is a district hospital that serves the community which finds itself the tariff way between San hose Okay and Oakland and they've got a tremendous visionary CEO There by the name of of Nancy Farber and Nancy has made safety and and reporting and accountability an integral part of what they do so they measure all the things that needs to be measured they report them to their community they take every mistake they regarded as treasurer not because it happened because you can learn from it and lots of other examples across the country of doing that but you know you can only have so many priorities in an institution and when you're under economic stress from the reimbursement system and regulatory stress for disclosure and pressures from the unions from the doctors from the carriers you know the difficulty of putting intellect chronic medical records privacy rules the funding mental issue of safety isn't frequently the top priority and it's each so is this a policy problem that that needs to change in a cultural problem that needs to change within medicine or are there things people can do to at least watch out for themselves I think it's both I think every participant in the system can alter what they do and we're talking to regular people who ultimately all become patients at one point or another and everybody can do thanks so that they don't become one of those statistics so for example if you're an inpatient hospital there's this paradox because hospitals are among the the the most extraordinary life-giving institutions anybody's ever created yet you're on average each inpatient hospital the data show has a medical nation error a day most not significant but some of them are so encourage people to do if they're an inpatient is have somebody with them have an advocate with them who review their chart to make sure that everything on it is accurate review every medication to make sure that the exact thing that the doctor prescribed and that every test has been thought through and that the attending physician has got principal responsibility you sure that that's something that needs to get done because as the pain nations you're going to be disoriented might be recovering from pain medications after surgery you might be fatigued you'll going to be emotionally compromised you need to have if somebody with you will I I would want somebody with me I mean who who wants to go to the hospital by themselves but as you say makes good medical sense as well Leslie Michaelson and is my guest he is the founder and chairman of private health management.
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"Practical and you can use in your life today something you should know Mike Carruthers isn't that statistic that you just heard in the opening months Tajuddin that medical errors are the third leading cause of death I mean that that just so astonishes me and I'm glad we're going to talk about it today in just a moment with somebody who can explain the problem and also what you can do to make sure you're not a victim of medical errors I up today the forty percent rule one thing that Navy seals are known for is their their mental toughness and one way they access their mental toughness is with the forty percent rule that states that when you think you're done whatever it is exercising working studying you really only forty percent done you can do more in fact you can do sixty percent more we develop these mental blocks and and these patterns over the years that keep us in our comfort zone but the fact is that you can run farther you can learn more you can resist your vices longer we instinctively know this because when it really counts were all able to do it we APP in to that reserve people do it running marathons or or pulling all nighters for the big test when it counts people can do it the trick is to do it more often not just in those big moments and it seems that the more you do it the more resilient you become and the more that that mental toughness becomes part of who you are so the next time you feel like giving up remember you've still got another sixty percent left and even if that sounds too much you surely have another thirty percent left and that is something you should know we don't really think of it in these terms necessarily but when you go to the doctor or the hospital your engaging in a consumer transaction you're the customer but we often don't approach it that way A and that turns out Ken cause big trouble for you as the patient and here to discuss this is Leslie Michaelson he is the founder and chairman of private wealth management he is the former CEO of the prostate cancer foundation and he's the author of a book called the patients playbook welcome to the cast. Leslie thank you Mike It's very nice to be here so from what I see in the book and have heard you speak about we have a problem in the world of medicine in this country that directly affects all of us as patients so let me have you just just lay out what the problem is the problem is really straightforward and those with the inability of many people to understand how to use the consumer DNA that they use across the rest of their lives when it comes to getting the very best medical care for themselves and their I loved ones and as a result will what's happening well it's you know the two things that happened once downside the others the missing of the upside the downside.
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"Just a patron concha count gun thoughts well finals and that's where he's gone to pieces since he's best tonight low temperatures mind games puny he's he's Welsh South West is an I also at least football a chancer a chance of competence in north its main ship share even think it's another thing football throughout the these characters leach from clubs because they've got a bit of shot on but you know since then new ownership the ownerships going to change again apart someone coming in some American guy is English but he's based in New York big money he's got money apparently but you never know in Nova not just because someone suck money that welcoming of any any way desperate to just of any kind of a glimmer of hope so what go the season in league one would really get this season 'cause you can end up stagnating in the Sheffield for longtime but when you sell that we really I need to get out of it yeah it's like that the bigger plan to go where what what's the eighth in the championship similar John Lewis got four thousand capacity stadium I write Sunlen should be in the premier league but it doesn't let leather boots you know we should look at what sign up and did because over in the league and the turn their attention bolster in their youth academy and work that we're back to the premier league again I mean this a spectacle bournemouth and what foot and so they're they're sitting in the Premier League Thou and you would think club must support of four thousand funds should be doing that as well but it does not before probably somebody said primarily leads some land bucket almost winning Nicole probably interestingly sadness you know like maybe you shouldn't be in such a rushed to go 'cause like Southampton did it chef united did it you can use that league one time maybe not lean-to desperate to get thirty forty dollars by get you up and it reminds me when we sign knock winning Kevin Phillips and we are two seasons in the championship who missed out on that plane early ninety eight man well then we tweak the second season under and five points a and to go after that final would've been too soon possibly and you got extra season you get more momentum and we finished seventh in the primarily twice when we went up with Kevin Phillips scoring for fun so it's almost like we need to improve on what we've done last season and try and get if we start to go back and start tread water that's when you tell me we it's kind of a double edged thing because to be the Rossi Cumin I start the season I think there was ten players that wasn't a squad and he did after bill scored up really quickly and you get what's available and he'll come so it was don't meant so things so we did fairly well finished fifth at the same time you know this this place like Caramel ed mcghee there and you'd think that should have been achievable we'll see I mean we do live with that problem I think it's I think it's quite to attract people that's an extra you have to earn extra few million is what it could have been football comes absurd eighty four if you look a lot bonkers so you see there's a twelve nothing for year there's some guns every two or three every couple of weeks we've got so we haven't done when bulbs paying off don't other stuff ville but we're kind of in the groove of doing one a fortnight now and we we keep them show I think people tend to switch off after thirty five minutes ago so just be as brief as the account and I think once every two weeks for often hours and offering on the preparation surprised I'm GONNA take preparation was Tennessee to thank you just make enough as you know as we see in the in the early days there was there was I saw an old one like I just about ten lines and points full of it it's bad for Grafton in the meantime we look for football stories or you so far removed from it doesn't feel like footballs if I if I do gangs. EPL tried to touch it too something like when Spurs but I I don't enjoy that now apo thus no accomplishments finger psychologist and see much fun to do but maybe it's like being because it's tied to football I don't a lot of them bound settlers you drop in the old song from your search Tonelli stuff yeah because I'm not London I'm Tom Ridge Wells so London's win yeah the book that's what he said we're just kicked on it while it's full I think I think you kind of know when that stops being fun so yeah I mean that the crime foles is because within a book listen to some of those kind of white color ones local swindles which is like people chipping quiz shows I did one it was kind of like the serial spoof of that but that's just me that's just my life Well I do I listened to so you know you're in in the car listening to one and then he just think far I should do one footballers you know Aliko a lot if you if you listen to one I ca sold and scale or any tally ones the the soundtracks uh-huh absolutely read you don't some summary Cleverly Archie ridiculous it goes Atlanta four to Feb the never ending the sound all homes and just get what London don't sound very good fossil breaks Geez the album bits and radio and fringes Italian of a neural was at the behest of some commissioner or some management it'll tell you what kind of I mean I saw I think that if I was watching football talking about Football Napocor Jeff Yeah it's you know thank is one of the reasons why I love Youtube and stuff is it it's one of the tiny power there but one of the reasons why it's taken off from TV is because young people can swear you know somebody who brittle apologize on skype oh headed it's kind of old fashioned out in the reminds me of me being seventeen and a power and watch in Math Russky film and thinking that's completely different Niagara and it's of no interest and I imagine the youth today of the under thirty or whatever if you if we if you do without swear they'll have a similar fail and you know it's not puritanical I think why this works as well as it does is because of that because you wouldn't get anywhere else it wouldn't work TV show radio is what it is so you know podcasts on a lesser form artificially actually coming from rhyan because honesty that it's got any kind of celebrity follows you know but in the football world we haven't had any fate from anybody off we don't think so lance mocks kind of slightly bewildered by by it but she'll though some reference to don't pass divide came from some football backup Jamie restaurants all about sounds fantastic each episode we start at the beginning of the Premier League in ninety two and we just did one season per episode and report on episode at once every two weeks and then again don't talk about football we don't sit and talk about tactics and systems and transfer speculation that much still talk about the thing that's on the fringes of football don't forget to subscribe to the late on Cosco wherever you're listening to this right now.
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"The failed the stories on the late told by the people who write them it's hosted by sports career Davidson and people the award winning journalist under skull stitching till the end of this episode can thinking football is being fucking out still you got to get Tom if you knew mickey it's not that big a deal for me I'll draw increased Mickey he's GonNa get his case no the will Well they were out there were our we transit on Spain and that's your first World Cup was up I did fine I did Italy an failing I've done for another one euros or something Spain in Italy with great ones because the Italy one was it was it was the Naples wonderful quote final against Cameroon Gastein or not and Ah Mazen it was an amazing thing was was the I'd never seen it before it's a Nice Stadium Napoli's one then just before the teams come out that did they put the lights out which seems obvious dinovite they make a change come out it's darkness and then buying wool fuck and as in you could you could almost say the rest of the England team can fail it like all fun Gascoyne felt that you know what I mean but gusts going forget I was Donald Home which is incredible tonight you can tell you that that was the end of that season where he'd done what he did at Naples to turn against him because he he took a penalty stadium didn't he is that right Against I must have lost run out of town and then we went to the next match was up in to win against Germany in Europe I know this no because like all the word on the England Fund straights you know we were down in Naples was don't fucking go it's going to be oh how some sort of revenge for Liverpool match or something right some such an eyesore some lost we own em a lot of England fans does a lot of still there we didn't go to the guy thing go to get there was this tastes rumors going around that you're just going to get it's going to be about fourteen hundred in two thousand is honest it was a real absolutely don't know don't go where we were in Naples no one seemed to have shifted though still like thousands of England fans watching the Germany match there yeah he's too you still get out to watch England still pretty unpleasant recently I know I don't think I just there's only so much you wanna spend dodging patio furniture take up all the same a few times just for the experience it's too much and must I son went to the the U. Rose in France and I mean it was it is because I was apparently son went Marseille for so he's down watching images of the tally of light the say yes gas and blood everywhere and all that and then and Harry phones we have says yes I'm in that hotel on the front that's where for says well what you do says would you stole dope in the room says it's really frightening here this book discuss the foyer it's just really it's fucking Shit Ninety eight one while we're actually hold up in a yup which is in in Mossy inspired the jumbled episode which feels that can learn mark ups some of the other night she was real excited bridge with it with a dog it's a terrible thing really come up some fantastic it's a skill sets skelly be proud because I'm I'm quite what would I lie to you I seem to be a good laugh because it was right in the middle of the two K. originally I think they really kind of vertically no I'm the least volatile on Yukon certainly not we WANNA be speaks not remotely how he speaks now we used to do some co gangs EPL and part of the England with partly England of Dope Pasta the talk Pasta Vardi Vardi became his edgy exciting character cools it to be honest with you know like you've got a new player most the so I look Salle du Demari Gray the Leicester player to do Madison there's long from the home counties more than especially the youngsters so that got no voice so I look for someone who's from I'm wearing attempt the accent it's not an attempting there that I've always just narrow accent really I don my Jimmy Titian like the south things were like a day before I did Jamie Vardi Vardi someone I was doing an impression of Paul McCartney the Beatles Vegetarians and someone made them step say no it's not bad that yeah so I wanted to use that voice of focus you cannot also same adults with these currencies chippy base about in in your podcast is kind of a lame it'll be any characters we won't use names coming yeah that's and that's kind of how did unlike the little trek in it we've used when when when we did I will come on Jim's comedy for example has always been the same but we had one show that was a big success which shoots stars because people are comfortable because they could see Jonathan Roth or Chris Evans or and somehow it just makes them Ben Bother to listen to our comedy so it's a similar kind of trickier in a way because it's Roy outs yeah it's just nuts but by kind of an taught we got a lot of people that said they've got new interesting football the hit football but little of the podcast the cigarette companies really know who the characters are in real life but they said Mr Fernandez partner in bed she listen to me the concept but a theater of the mind too much so McLaren's is left in good nick nick tide laundry wise carpet wise he's got rid mullets and replaced it with a good date pile carpet in every chance we had a chairman at Chester who actually started a new copy Columba on the fact that we have three working Fox's running the league could he's not been inside everything's goes three faxes feel responsible some of them that I would happily do every week to seven but some you fail a bit of a responsibility that they listen again because there might be This week so kerr couches got a little clock got the story line back in the box we're building acquire roster Walk realizes the Gooden we'll do it non stop for about four or five weeks but then you give arrest and something else comes by the Oldham and that was in this episode we look in my ranking government officials and just below a man yes he's an interesting it's like no other football podcast doing no no in a local borough yeah and it's a Chinese community there for example so the Chinese community has got chance again the council La but there are an important then Donna votes so when the council is ghost for on that first week they say let's appoint some Alderman so they can ask someone the Chinese community or someone of importance so they're never voted for it's kind of like lear official that represents thing in the borough the garden Lonzo came out well now any other football costas anymore no I think that the I don't I'm not interested in hearing whether what Porpoise future might be at ten am and then regular people talking about again at four he has got his sky sports news of the week and Kevin Davies was on I'm much in the government of the studio they appear for a car from the community was probably a nice fee who's in rumor no comment and eight said that this is just post Champions League final he said the best thing that hurricane due to get over the loss in the final to win the National League with England I thought fuck may that's real insight that's magnificent lost the game winning got him in to deliver that insight from form and you just run out of things in seconds you don't know what he's house like am I think that I'd have to give credit to character novel for the Monday night thing you on that forensic analysis 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I quite like restored faith a bit in the because I was like you I'm the night do you see question some toast one until they know anything about chapel any more than just the bloke goes occasionally but then I was refreshingly this Oh fuck now 'cause legal I'm Marie like I really like Clinton Morrison's really gotta think we started pissed off now clip Morrison's good and if Roy Keane a grim sooner rather watch that because that's just pantomime bristling sanction yeah I'm not the asked about in technical title technically the same type the word passive aggressive it's like watching a performance this isn't theater talk sports just about gang phone let's say a controversial Davey allison fine can ring weekdays of opinions stuff early on we didn't think we had any kind of doesn't it yeah what was the feedback you get people to come wh- I listen to this thinking it was about four I'm horrified or encouraging I think what the most annoying thing is the pick of football podcast pretty much isn't anymore yes if we could go back we probably wouldn't have labeled football one that's the that's where it came from Hugh I definitely must enhance your enjoyment of it if you know football yeah you must have a ban on I like to start with but now I can never never take him seriously again yeah we'll just be thinking of him and he's got to turn things around for Peter uh since I have no idea what lovely bright angelic chop up no idea thing someone a tweet from all shoot originate from years ago. What would you do if he were invisible for did he said that's this like a press the button on his across the immense Jesus I'm live in north London under palace it's you know like there was one in each one I remember like it's thing meet Nigerian offals you know we just all speculate as to what stench is around Lewis Deploys eatings we know when he walks off the last year the other little brown pepe back he kept going to say right I'm looking I've got a place I can then Komen fantasize about his life gator dos recently here but I didn't accuse of Faculty Intern Accuses Opponent Ah Dot wasn't many it doesn't just as into fully inside doesn't seem like a father to me saying about from your from your your in the Mike recently took him barack how's that working out for you Mike Seasonal K.? I always think the most that you can hope for is that you'll you'll season goes to the last couple of weeks what was that whole economic bombing even if Israeli nation you know so there's a little story of follow and still some belief in some sort of outcome of who we went to the last last March so but we've not been great to watch 'em and I don't think that I'd add realized how sold destroyed like I would enjoy watching with I'd never had that feeling before I've I've we played badly in the past undercover anchor and so on it hasn't been week in week out teases it's not a pleasant experience it really isn't it's like food so I think so yeah Yep euless went at the end of the season and we've now just today at point would gate okay wasn't I also feel a bit I fail of it rotten middle's stuff because it's my club on a year long suffering son offerings the worst thing yeah it's it's kind of thing Bob's talking about if there's another drama going on in a storyline that mix and we've really had the last couple of course we have the net flicks and then this season has almost been as as perfect that'd Netflix season as could we started the season by Bayton Charlton two one injury-time and we ended the season losing two one shonky happy with some into that I did like it I think so yeah I think it roughing it should the club in a good light and it should the truth about what was going on that season as well because we have Martin been slippery character there was any walked off the one point seven million payoff part it yeah I don't think any character like I dunno forgotten the push world but he's he's he's everything about.
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"Nine eighteen we were interviewed by Steve Hill four four two magazine recorded an episode so we record the interview as well with the kind permission of stave on four four two here as you might think interesting you might not to you hook enjoy it though outing guys friends in real life faces a big price to how did you guys may approach to this it was it was through twitter what would start follow me on twitter which I was thrilled by Kasese always been a bit of a fun and then didn't sound like you're thrilled your spent the first few times slack you started it's because we're not Moore's being and I bought a portable plastic greenhouse for twenty five quit I was very pleased with solid and I tweeted about it and some leave me reply ice those a tirade of abuse about from Bob saying that it was a Lotta Shit and that would fall down in the slightest breeze where's the money it was it did I mean there's not too whereas about the only way it could be purchased a as an impulse foolish man sir passing just exactly what it's only the pro- the only bought that because of the price you saw that was about five foot high and a foot wide saw at that price future I saw future a glimpse into the future and I still got it and it's still boxed and it's in the US at the water festival so far consumer advice to you this is so ugly so carried on after that for a while and then invited me to watch Jim Record House Fools in down here in London else Matthieu in Manchester the second time I seriously did was street and then it was so so we went for a few pints weeks ago along all right and we both looked like football well I think it might be not night the idea of a podcast was hatched just through the idea and all right they one of them yeah and then nothing came of it for a while and then doing you say on rising book be aware of I think I had become aware of them yeah but such gentle knew there were thing night Rakija visa I don't think I I my guess would be I'd never listen to a podcast but I was aware that there were thing and around the same time it just taught me how up after me how about did make a decision I jammed vecchio awoke with knows nothing football absolutely nothing and so all these years I've never been able to put you know we're an hour for all was referencing celebrities all the time but there's never been more mentioned footballer because it means nothing to him literally on anything you know the name Pelley show but he won't be able to put a face to him and I'm not a mind I'd like to do so many football because I'm not in you know like fifty years of full in football I've never done anything about it media media wise in the podcast medium seem like an easy thing that'd be due to the TV stations. focused code and that's the beauty of it staff freedom that we've got whatever we want especially now that it's not really from the next question what was initially intended to be about football you know off and it was one of the yeah I think we did like pompous as the word or whatever it is I think we what we have things to say about football yeah I think we listen to the first episode we're looking at like a cookie football stories that pay it online that week and things we are just you know and you official truck to partner Joylin at appeared on the fruit of chickens monthly real things so we kind of talking about them then obviously we saw quickly off at tangents with everything the best costume episode I don't know if that's right that's just kind of a few weeks just to find its fate thing and look at what it was but the first seven episodes of perfectly serviceable you know there's some stuff in that book it just took that period of time to figure out what it was I mean he's not bringing characters aim was attention to S- there's something about like on the stuff may Jim probably under similar instincts it's like one of the one of the most depressing things when a little voice at the back of your head for me saying that's just deridder derivative of something else you're just like I was failing bit like this has been covered so many times uh-huh for fantasy football on with the best pie is this and why view and also when we started trying to do anything actually football I incident folks listen just being done better everywhere you know what I'm talking about yeah deliver attempt to stand oh you know just just what happened it's like a feeling slightly co op I can remember a moment say the criticizing Ya Ya Tori is performance yeah that's the thing what what what who cares what what yeah and then thinking I'm not doing that no more I remember a moment where might be episode three or four where we were talking about Kiki Flora's there was the WOFFORD monitor time and we discussed whether or not it'd be the skill the wall of a house using a wofford scarf remember thing at all this is what we should be doing yeah it's it's the best best I think the best things in my experience up la that 'cause like when we when we did the out we did about twelve big nights before it was on the Talian before in fifteen but they just develop from doing it in front of an audience that was not show and then we do we do different chauve twelve weeks running and that one thing stock from every show so by any twelve shows we had twelve characters twelve things I think there's something to be with for example the the Alderman is just a pain in the episode done there that just came out of a little comment about the he lived near the the oldness and then this fully-fledged character paid in future episodes and just little things Bari Hormonal was that you give me stopping episode now right and you had a couple of lines about what he would sound like that was fully-fledged and it came from the building and I don't I sound like a football is that was that was from questions about me about your million lifestyle and it was it soon became obvious assume what's more talk about and then just football so we've we've said for I know it's not football podcast football in it it's a nice like arena too from because we've all got our prejudices against teams football is like a dead obvious one I've got I required down as a dozy farm it's a nice looking I think it's the look of him and Kinda the way he plays you know like when when he strides what he started it's fucking England game return look within bug really stupid it's off brand appeared the the the running sore enjoys Steve mcclaren Roy Hodgson would have I mean I think listen to punk ass when I'm asleep and that's a kind of wake-up woke up all hammer of comes in the voice that is inability he did not what you so should we should do is do you can eat their Roy Masters Alaw ago also I wrote why yeah like that's just like plucking from a female I'd seen that video this is it's been around for years were Roy Hodgson swears fuck anatomy Sudanese Clinton the pace of work to hit fucking brutal thought Genial yeah the other side so you think east football on beacon ever go andy was up a happy to do and that's basically Pitch Cobra but then but then with other comments you think it's something to do with football we'll take him and put him into the wool staple carney exists in the football world but he's just through the snick impressions sadly took fifty episodes of Emergency this is interesting so obvious is it fifty fifty I think what Bazeley I pay it causes quite one in any of the people have ever listened to all of any more mark Lawrenson is aware of it because he's sends a big big fun of them sued on twitter and mark as I think he's bemused by podcast in general maybe of it but I think he he he likes that it's a thing footing marlins did you remember the sun's just recently he hadn't been compensated for a while you got the feeling of being sidelined there was so much thinking about six months ago where he was the co commentator Ann twitter at kind of changed and they were saying artists fucking great of mark that's right yeah even he's miserable things rotten cook much and he was just doing these stick yeah and absence of made the work but but he does a World Cup final yes he doesn't absolute privilege to be here in Brazil nicest star miserably say whatever's happening I'm with right and things from for our next episode he's going to be Soma Ambassador who with Lawrence and I quite got finished visited England so Aziz how about war hammer I mean who's writing script is very accurate detail there is because from wikipedia I don't know whether it's ah got any kind of pencil neck's rising because it wouldn't be only we have because we both in pits I used to write it it not try it is accurate as it seems to be from what gleaned from doing voice through a wall it said that recently he's doing the voice so that's good Khalip class McLaren snake isn't it yeah it's just I don't know what it's the same thing he's Steve McConnell teams that were doing and and what happened I can't do football I don't bone make it to football so yeah I just thought John where can we had a pet snake and it's like sometimes if you do an individual you know you need to voices you go bring someone into the scene and these are Sitcom silent foil for him to express his is weakness okay Eh la La the stories I actually start believing them but is anything true it's all I think there was truth at the beginning under I think similar my tells in eventually I had to South African incident yet with the Game Cape yet fella and then not without off I mean in the early ones talking about experiences you've had with football on airplanes and things seem to be rooted in reality yeah did make drink really retrievers has yet yeah yeah it's like consumer goods such a good thing to go well company young is now out because it's funny I'm sixty years old now and still and still return my memories of that same local but yet was his little Disa- failed hole five by five by five four foot date with a hole in the middle of the plank on the top and fucking case for you that's that's how we get in House UK's in it the other thing life life.