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"fowler" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Favorite sports collide for two weeks and it is in the city where you've lived a long time and as you talked about the energy. I'd be an idiot to let one minute of this go by without being in a grateful and present and just appreciative. You're the man. And you're great at it too, Chris. Best to Jennifer, you be well, sir. You take that as soon as Chris Fowler, everybody. At CB follow on Twitter, I follow him, you should as well, and Fowler, who you got, Marcus Freeman, then John McEnroe. I'll never forget John McEnroe. And I called a match one U.S. open on CBS out there on the grandstand of the U.S. open, what a spot that is. It's ash and then right next to ash is Louis Armstrong, which used to be the center court. Right. Now it's court two, and then grandstand. You got the outer courts, but the grandstand is like the Cameron indoor tennis. Where it's just one side of the court, our fans, and the other side is the 6th train, I think, is on the other side of it, right? Yeah, that's a 6 training on the side. And then the 7 train out to is that whatever the one that John rocker was on. That's the one. I think it's the next 6. All right, and so yeah. And then on either end of the court, there's just a small amount of fans high up, all right? And high up was the was where I did the match. You're not center court on the grandstand, the booth is on an end. And they sent me out there because the match was heading towards a 5th set and it was way better than whoever I think Agassi or Lindsey Davenport at the time was blowing out. I think she won that year. And so it was me and McEnroe. They took McEnroe out of ash and stuck me with him out and the grandstand and I called the 5th set tiebreak of, I believe it was Yuri Novak and yunus Ellen owie. Oh, rich. I believe that's what it was. I'm trying to remember if that was the matchup. And I just remember they're like, get out there to the grandstand. That's where I did the I read the wrong, I messed with my producer. Bob's mom's back doing the patch summer old Manhattan Reed over the blimp shot. And at any rate, long story long, very long story short, McEnroe arrives after I started calling the first few points without him. First, tennis, I'd ever called live in my life. Dream come true. I'm at the grandstand of the U.S. open in my hometown. Yes, Staten Island is New York City as much as queens is. And did I get the match up right? Are you looking it up? I don't know if it was. I did the open for three years. I think it was my first year which is probably O three. O three was you 'cause that was your eye was there. Yeah, you were doing it with bar can on USA right? Right. And I was doing the U.S. open late night highlight show, but on the weekends of Labor Day weekend, this upcoming weekend, I would sit around and I called a match if it went to a 5th set in the grandstand and if CBS was willing to take that match. And they did, they were, and it was me, and McEnroe shows up. And I think he said it on the air and not on a commercial break. He goes, what is the guy on I love the 90s, 80s and 70s doing and calling a tennis matches. What he said to me what was the matchup again? Meaning the VH1 show that I was a great show on. What was the matter? I love the 80s and 90s doing here with me. I think he said it on the air even. And I knew that's when I was accepted by McEnroe that he was busting my balls like that. It might have been whatever the middle weekend was. And I think it was yeri Novak. I think that's who it was. Let's take a break. We'll have that information for you. I know you're on the edge of your seats. I love that information for you right here on our YouTube stream, including Chris brockman's latest burning questions about NFL teams when we come back. Back here on the rich eisen show terrestrial radio outfit NetSuite wants to know if you know your numbers in your business because if you don't, you've got a poor visibility that could be very dangerous, certainly in these uncertain times in 2022, but not every business is in the dark about their numbers because 31,000. Over 31,000 businesses. Know their numbers because they use NetSuite by Oracle, which is the number one cloud financial system.
"fowler" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I can't even think about it. I'm jumping out of my skin over that possibility. The rich eisen show. Earlier on the show, ESPN NFL analyst Robert Griffin the third, forty-niners general manager John lynch. Still to come. ESPN post and broadcaster Chris Fowler. And now. It's rich. Yes it is. Can confirm sources say and now I'm on camera. It's confirmed. It's confirmed. I'm here. That's the name of the show. I am here. I've got a mug in front of me. Do you want to show them your feet? Well, that'll be later. I'm sorry. I don't know. I'm wearing birkenstocks today. Okay, they're very nice. They're very nice. Footwear. I just did that for TJ. I never wear open twin here. Rich. You look like you're ready to part the red city. Terrific. Terrific. You know what it's called? It's called fashion. You moron. You walked in with them. Just because I'm branching out doesn't mean I'm leaving you behind, okay? You understand, you're all coming with me to roll. I'm not hating. Just take down a notch. I'm not hating. Turn it back down to 7. All right? I just did that for TJ. Thank you. 8 four four two O four inches long. John lynch. We're just hung up from John lynch. That Fowler wears birkenstocks, so it's fine. Fowler is very, very fashionable man, okay? And he's having a hell of a week, and in the middle of his hell of a week, he's decided to say, yes, I will call him the rich guys in the show. You more into the delayed me get you. He's on his way. All right. I'm sorry. Hey, rich. He's one of my friends. He's one of my best friends from the worldwide leader in sports back in the day. And now he just finished calling an incredible match involving Serena Williams last night, and he's calling Notre-Dame versus Ohio State. I'm trying to give him the proper setup and you've thrown me off my game. Chris Fowler here on the rich eyes. How are you doing, Chris? Chris? Despite my boulder roots, I can not pull up Arkansas. Oh, upset. I don't put them on. But listen, I'm sure they looked good on you. Wait a minute, that sounded legit. But you really do think it looks good on me, probably, right? I said, I'm sure I can't see you at the moment. I'm sure you're pulling off the bullet. I'm not a sandals guy. I'm not either. Don't wear them on a plane. Do me a favor. No. Guys, as a pet peeve, I don't get me going on flip flops while flying. Chris zander, who you've known for all 14 years of his life the other day, thought of putting on his sandals, open Cho shoes going to angel stadium the other night. I'm like, absolutely not. No chance. We stopped him. I said, the toes must be closed if you're going to a baseball game. And he did so. We're all good. Too many years in Manhattan. The idea of walking around. That's true. I wouldn't be doing it. I wouldn't take the train in it. I wasn't going to cabinet, but I just needed to just get in my car real fast to get here. Okay. Chris Fowler here on the rich eyes. All right, I'm going to make an awkward but still necessary segue here. You have called many matches at the United States open. And this is, where does this rank? And I know they're just technically first opening matches of this tournament. But the circumstances under which Serena Williams shows to this tournament and then wins the first two. Where does this rank for you, Chris? Well, unlike anything I've ever been a part of at a preliminary stage of any sports event. It's maybe maybe if you get the right matchup in a final, for example, in Serena has been in there when Djokovic is going for the Grand Slam a year ago. You get that electricity. It felt like a final and opening night. And that's unheard of. There was such tension, anxiety, people unsure whether that Serena should even be playing. How is she going to look and for 5 games that look pretty ugly? And then obviously she snapped back and turned it around. Wednesday. Last night was just a celebration. It was a whole different vibe. She came out to answer some questions. The crowd wasn't nearly as anxious and it was a performance that I'll never forget. I mean, you gotta remember, she's a month from being 41. She's a mom. She's barely played in a year. She looked like all summer, like maybe she passed her expiration date. And you get a member, this is Serena. So the regular rules don't apply and she should never be doubted, but rich. That was amazing. I called it with Chrissie evert and John McEnroe, two legends. They were able to frame sort of what we were seeing really well. And it was pretty staggering. Her level of play in the third set after she got dusted up pretty good by kind of 8 in the second. You think, uh oh, I don't know if she can, she's got it physically for this last set and from the first point of the set, new energy hitting the ball big and the crowd was just came unhinged. It's funny you said this is Serena because when Mary Joe Fernández asked her afterwards a legitimate question, are you surprising even yourself? She kind of gave her this look like I am Serena. It's just like, okay, okay. She puffed up and she said what she said and I can't wait to see where this goes. Where do you think this can go, Chris? I think it was 50 to one before the tournaments win the title. I think people realize that because they're used to seeing her there and assuming she's one of the top contenders. The odds makers made her the 23rd choice to win the women's title. You know, more than half the field wasn't even born when she turned pro. So obviously, it's an achievement we haven't seen someone that age trying to compete. And if you saw the way she looked at Wimbledon and then in the summer, when she sometimes looked like she didn't want to be out there, she wasn't moving very well. It didn't look inspired. You didn't think this was possible. I mean, even the season pros, who know what it's like to try to get back into shape to raise your level physically. We're shocked by what they saw. So now she goes in as a favor to the next round, gets a lot of time on it. She's a very solid player. And has a skill set that can trouble a lot of people. But I don't know that she's mentally ready to face what any opponent for Serena's got a face. And you can say, oh, I'm relaxed. I got nothing to lose. I'm gonna enjoy the environment. No, that's not realistic when you get in the heat of battle and kind of very steady player cracked late. She held up well for a while, but she cracked at the end. And I think it's a Serena goes in as a favor on Friday. Sunday would be tricky. If it's Samsung, as a player, most people don't know about, but she's a Russian, very solid player. So it's going to get tougher. But if you could beat the number two player, would that kind of performance in the third set? Yes. People are beginning to wonder what's possible here. And then, of course, there's the New York crowd at the United
Big Papi a big hit at his Baseball Hall of Fame induction
"David Ortiz received his day at cooperstown Inducted into the Hall of Fame following a stellar career with the Red Sox and twins Before the Red Sox before the tweens I was just to keep playing ball in the Dominican department To all my coaches from winter ball minor league in the big league I could not have done it without you Both in their 80s twins teammates Jim cod and Tony oliva were honored on the hall stage Gil Hodges finally received his hall nod months after what would have been his 98th birthday Many men also buck O'Neil and bud Fowler were inducted posthumously I'm Dave
Is Trailblazer Rickie Fowler Headed for the LIV Tour?
"What we can definitely say without a doubt in our minds about Liv golf is that they are getting personalities, right? Remember when Ricky and I are the same age. Remember when Ricky came out 12 years ago and everybody wanted to talk about Ricky, that was it because he was the first guy that wasn't wearing khaki pants with triple pleats and cuffs and huge baggy shirts. He was the first guy that revolutionized kind of the look of the golfer. And he caught a lot of shit for it for years. And now what? Now what's everybody doing? Now what's everybody wearing when they go to the course outrageous looking bullshit, they've got khaki pants or not even seen anymore. No one wears khakis anymore, but Ricky started all that. People forget that Ricky was kind of a trailblazer 12 years ago on the modern golfer. And he's still relevant today. People, Ricky's not relevant, hadn't been relevant for years. Bullshit. Ricky's been pumas number one salesman until Bryson came along for 8 or 9 years. So I think it's as smart of the live tour to go after these guys that not only are they going to play great golf, their personalities and they're going to talk to the media and they're going to put content on social media. That's not going to get pulled down by they don't even say that their employer. They're 10.99. So they're pulling their shit down. It's not going to get pulled down or any of this dumb shit that's been happening on the PGA
"fowler" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Me unless I give permission to show ads. I'm actually using one called it's a vast, you know, the cybersecurity company, they have their own secure browser based on chromium. And so it's pretty much exactly chrome, but it locks down a lot of the stuff that we're Google's tracking. Allegedly, because you don't really know, but it's like, you know, I was always always always originally before I worked in the security space. My uncle and I had a conversation about, you know, they're probably, they probably got this back room where they're creating all these viruses so they can sell us a anti virus software. Like that was one of the original conspiracies back in the day. And I think in the early nascent stages of malware it seemed like viruses in general, it seemed like that was the case. Now there are some very malicious groups of people out there trying to do as much economic damage as possible, so what can we really do to protect ourselves? I mean, you know, is meta mask secure is, you know, I mean, it's one of those things that almost seems like, man, eventually meta mask is gonna get knocked on. It seems like because everything else is going on. You know they're trying to go after it. So it's like, what do we need to do to keep safe? Well, the good news is with the rise of the strategy that I discussed earlier, big game hunting. It's become less and less likely that you will have anything to fear from this. Unless I think you're a big crypto well, which I'm not, because I always end up selling low and buying high. And I lost all mine in a tragic booting accident. So I'm not a whale either, don't know bother. Yeah, it sucks. I don't know where the seat phrase is. It fell on the boat. This episode of the bad commiserating podcast brought to you by Travis Wright and Trent Fowler. Yeah. It was in my car that blew up, you know, my crypto was in my car that blew up. And didn't have the keys either, it sucks. Did the string of mysterious accidents is really troubling. Yeah, so I think that generally you're going to need to invest in learning more about cybersecurity using alternative browsers like brave or the one that a vast has put together that have been alluded to in this conversation, taking greater care of your crypto custodianship and storing all that in a cold wallet. Being protect your assets, yes, protect your assets..
"fowler" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"And here we go. Malware, no, it's not what you get at the mall so that you could wear it. Malware is something far more insidious than that which you might pick up at hot topic, it is bad stuff on your computer. It's very bad. Very bad. Of course, it's short for malicious, but also works in French because mall is bad in French, something is true. Mister jolo. Probably goes back to Latin if we really wanted to get nerdy about it. I'm fairly safe with the track down the ladder. Speaking of nerds at other voice that you hear right now would be our guest for today. His name is Trent Fowler. He's an author data scientist blockchain analyst business strategist and co host of the future roddy podcast. He's here today to talk all about a kind of malware that's even more mall. It's called ransomware Trent. Welcome to the bed crypto podcast. It is an honor and a privilege to join you two fine upstanding gentlemen on the bad crypto podcast. It is both of those things, but I must comment that we are neither fine nor upstanding. We are bad, sir lords. Well, that's fine. I'm so fine. That's fine with me. I'm good with it. I spoke a little bit about your background, but maybe tell us a little bit more of your history and why you are so passionate about this topic of ransomware. Absolutely. I always begin the answer to that question by asking how far I should go back. So do you want college? Do you want the past three years? I want what's interesting. All the way back to all the way back to the whoo. Well, if it's what's interesting, I'll have to just start today. So I woke up. Nothing prior to my appearance on this podcast has been interesting in my life. This is your high water mark, right here, which is not all downhill. Wait a second. Wait a second. Hold on, hold on. Is that a blanket of a brick wall? Is that a Tapestry on your wall there that looks like a brick wall? Absolutely not. That is an actual brick wall that has been painted to look as though it's a painting of a brick wall. So it's tricking you twice. Oh man, it's so meta. Yeah, yeah, it's a great place. For you once, shame on you, fool me twice. We won't get food again. And there you go, guys. There you go. Yeah. So I guess what's interesting. I went to Korea in 2011 because I had graduated a few months prior to that and there were no jobs in Colorado, so I was in Korea for two years..
"fowler" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"They are. Oh man. Poor Travis. Welcome friends.
Junior Legends of Their Era: Philip Francis and Rickie Fowler
"You know who else was there was that was like an elite junior player Philip Francis. I remember seeing him thinking like this guy is national junior golf scoreboard numero uno and then Ricky, it was just like those two guys were Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson out there. They were. I remember stepping on the first T playing Ricky. I was dude. That's probably one of the most nervous first tea tea shots I've ever hit. And I step up on the T and I look around and there's probably 50 college coaches. I mean, no less than 50. And 49 of them were for Rickie Fowler. And then the chuck with chuck was over here. Let's go JP. They had the local juco guy out there for Petey just like he was close. He's like, I've never been in Rancho Santa Fe. I'm not allowed. I might as well go out here and we'll pretend I'm watching somebody. Yeah, Philip Francis. I just looked it up. Dude, he won. Phillip Francis won this, yeah. I would do that. You didn't even go to college. Didn't he turn pro like right after you went to multiple schools. Oh, he did. Oh, it's one of those. No, he committed to Oklahoma state and then he decommitted went to UCLA. Remember, Ricky committed to UCLA and then decommitted it with the Oklahoma
"fowler" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch
"Well, welcome back to the show and today we're going to be talking with amalia Fowler, who is a digital marketing expert ran agencies for about 7 years and now has headed back to the classroom to teach college age students all about marketing, hoping to grow these marketers into competent successful and also ethical marketers as well. We have a great conversation because we dive into what is what are some of the things that businesses are missing in marketing and how digital marketing has sort of evolved into this idea of just marketing now versus traditional versus digital versus everyone needs to be at a table to.
Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out
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"fowler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Including the game's bright stars of today. There was something star Jayson Tatum. Jason, how are you? I'm doing good. How you doing? Behind the scenes stories some coaches and executives. Things go well. It's like the union did great when things go poorly. The president now CJ's father. And breakdowns from analysts and insiders doesn't seem Philly is in all that much of a rush. Listen to the world wherever you get your podcast. At our podcast, ESPN daily, we ask questions that reveal the deeper side of sports. Did you hear from a certain former president? That's what I'm here to ask you. Did you ever have any sense that baseball was eating away at drew? So what inspired that name across sports and society? Did you kill Lorenzen Wright Chara? I'm Pablo Toure, and ESPN daily connects the best stories in sports to the final score. Wherever you listen. And we welcome you back. It's great to have all of you here of Christopher joining us in just a moment. We were listening there to Mario Cristobal big game tomorrow night in Utah. Let's grab another caller to here as we wait to hook up with Chris. How about Ken in Alabama? Hello Ken. Hey, Paul, how are you to see? We are doing great. Thank you. Listen, followed. I'm so I'm turning this TV down. But he is what I want to get with it. You know, yes, they are tried to call in and talk to you, but I had to, you had to take off, right, quick, but I wanted to make a couple observations. If you don't mind, you know, during a during this week, Paul, you know, our coach Nick Saban has always had a demeanor about him to where he was always pretty sure he has bold clothes. Well, you're lately. He has not been sure of his ballclub. And I'm okay. Here's what I've been seeing. Our team has failed and failed and failed all year, and our defense has coordinated. Mister Pete golden, he ain't doing his job, Paul, and I'm getting sick of it. I'm tired of it. And I'm a bone I ran right here and let you know that this team ain't what it was. They don't bit my nose at sound pitman was trying to make Alabama to be the greatest football team. He's ever come up again. He knows better, but he's a smart coach. That's what he wrote is over here now. Can I hate dinner? I appreciate your thoughts and a lot of people may agree with you, but we do have to move on to our guests, but thank you very, very much. Chris Fowler, I don't know how much you heard of that. Alabama fans criticizing the Alabama staff. The number two team in the country, Chris, great to have you on. It's Alabama. What can you expect? It's business as well. You know what? I'm in Columbus college the same thing with Ohio State. They criticized the offense to defense, but we don't run the ball well enough. CJ Stroud is not a dual threat guy. I mean, fans were going to find fault wherever they can. Yeah, I'm interested in that, but when you think about two college towns that mirror each other other than the outside temperature, they are very similar. They're rarely satisfied, although I understand that Brian day has a work in progress up there, Nick Saban has 6 national championships on the wall since he got here just a few years ago. But anyway, we'll worry about saving later. I am interested first in this game tomorrow that you're calling. And then we'll move on to a couple of other subjects. But you have Michigan state. Everyone loves them. Coach is about to become a zillionaire, taking on the buckeyes who have two brutal back to back games. Yeah, we ask Ryan day what's your reaction to facing a coach is going to make a 9 and a half $1 million based on 11 wins and Michigan state in one plus season. I think for a lot of coaches, that's an equation changer. Now we'll see. I mean, Michigan state has some nightmarish matchups in this game. Worst past defense in the world. Against the best receiving core in America. And a tight end and a running back who get involved in the passing game and offensive is really clicking and you know, the don't break against Ohio State doesn't always work because they don't even need to get to the red zone to score. They'll just score 40 50 yards out. So Michigan is going to have to play very well offensively. Go against some tendencies. They're not really a grinded out ball control team. Despite Kenneth walker's success, they don't have much success on third down, keeping opponents off the field, which is the obvious thing to do. We can still have state. So there's a reason for the 19 point underdogs, frankly. Talking to Chris Fowler about a number of subjects Chris, you've seen Georgia a couple of times this year. And I'm really interested in your evaluation of them as we begin to hone in on the SEC SEC championship game in two weeks. Well, I mean, how can you not be impressed? I mean, to me, there are kind of everybody else. There'll be a field goal favorite in Atlanta if they are playing the tide and nothing changes between now and then. And that sounds about right. I still think it's JT Dan's is going to have to play a role in there at some point to come in and as good as Bennett has been as steady as he's been. I just feel Daniels is going to play a role somewhere, whether it's in Atlanta or the playoff or wherever. George is just so hard to stand in against though for four quarters, man. I mean, people have adrenaline. They go in there and they think they can hang with the dogs. And they can't. Not for four quarters. I mean, nobody's come close yet. So I can't wait to see that game in Atlanta. Chris, I had a young 12 year old called me a minute ago from Arkansas. And he said, who are you having the Heisman? Am I going, I don't know. You'll host the Heisman awards in three weeks and I know you pay a lot of attention to this. How do you frame the Heisman field right now with two mega weekends coming up? Well, I do think give me a lot of free nice swag like the thing that I'm wearing right here. No, I've hosted it since 94 to covered it since 88 and I've never seen a stranger race in this talk. I just posted a video on Instagram about that and basically saying that I'm going to give strong consideration to a defensive player on the ballot for sure, and maybe maybe even to the top of the ballot. I don't reveal that, but, you know, to me, it's been a little bit different kind of year where the defenses have maybe taken back some of the momentum. The offenses will Anderson and Alabama, a guy that leads the nation in sacks and tackles for loss and has been a leader as a sophomore. You know how reluctant Saban is to lavishly praise, especially a sophomore, but he has been unbelievable in saying what Anderson has meant to that defensive defense that really needed leadership. Kevin thibodeau was going to be the top pick. You talked to scouts every week as we do. And he maybe doesn't have the sack totals. And he was injured on Oregon's biggest stage here at Ohio State, but since he's gotten back, he's played tremendously. So we know who the offensive guys are. To me, Bryce young and TJ Shroud are very similar. California quarterbacks, who left the region, Barry immature, very smart, very poised. And they're not dual threat guys. They want to stay in the pocket and throw Stroud has more weapons to work with than Bryce young does. I mean, the fourth receiver at Ohio State has gone down to become Alabama's best receiver, but the embarrassment of riches that Shroud has to work with, lead to the numbers he's produced. Matt corral to me, if he'd been healthy, Paul, all year, is the best quarterback athlete that I've seen and he's still toughing it out taking pain injections going out there..
"fowler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"A $1 million, but it's not an opportunity. After, you know, the year Florida state starts a story. But anyway, that conversation, you know, you told a really interesting story that you had never told about when you were interviewing coach die after the LSU offer now a 16 million 46 day you remember, but you said the interview was over. Perhaps you had a moment to say, sure, you know, for you. And yes, you know, who if you had to recommendations for who yeah, let me stop you for a second because we're having trouble with your connection, but the story is this. So we were at auburn. I think it was 20 whatever year it was at less miles got fired. I guess it was 2016. We were doing our SEC show. And I was on the way to the car to go to go to the airport and he grabbed me and he was only pad dog could do. He smiled and said, who do you think we ought to hire? And he was assuming the auburn would lose that night till issue. And he was already thinking about the next coach. That's how that's how desperate it was that night for Gus miles on. It turned out that controversial ending to the game, LSU score, but it didn't count. And ultimately less mileage got fired the next day..
"fowler" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Jekyll island and all those places were all those dog people have got these condominiums for four days. Man, is there going to be some property destroyed tonight? And the inimitable Larry Munson 41 years ago right behind where we sit here stadium has changed with the location remains the same as we are in Jacksonville, final Friday of October and you know what that means. It's time for the Florida Georgia game and we can't wait. We have been here pretty much about the last 6 years other than last year, of course. And it is always a party and as always a great time. So we thank you for being a part of the program. Welcome to Jacksonville. Welcome to the weekend. And the skies have just cleared it. It was raining a few minutes ago, but it doesn't stop the fact that the Georgia Florida game is a rivalry. We're title dreams often go up in smoke. So this is a chart here for those of you watching and I'll describe it for those of you who aren't Gators, number three coming in here. George and number 5 and O 5. Back in O two, Georgia saw a season go up and smoke. What about 85? Remember that season? 7 O and one. Yeah. And of course 66, that was four years. Heisman year he mentioned it the other day. What happened in Jacksonville? Yeah, it's a pretty unique deal. It's the second time we're going to play the number one team in the same season. Not many people usually get to do that. That doesn't happen very often. And especially in a regular season. So. I think it would be a pretty big game for our guys. Obviously, this is always the Florida Georgia games always a big game for our guys. This game's not about rankings has never been about rankings. It's a rival game. Our kids understand that one of their losses was to Alabama in which they played a really good game at home, had an opportunity to win and then two road games. So it's not about records and don't think it ever is. It's a lot more about what we do, not about records. And Kirby smart and Dan Mullen talking about the big game, Georgia, about a two touchdown favorite, not that that has ever mattered in this conscious. There's another big game tomorrow night. Probably not getting the attention it deserves, but all mist traveling to auburn. The consequences are monumental, but contrast between lane kiffin and Brian. Those guys make plays. They play hard on special teams, and so you can tell they're well coached. This is important to him. They've had some good momentum. They created in games. They played in some tough environments. It would be awesome if our defense kept playing like this and we could play to our defense. I think that, you know, we're a good team that could be great. We definitely have our attention and our guys are looking forward to having a great week of practice. And then getting themselves ready to go play, I guess, a really good football team on Saturday night. So it's really interesting if all this can get past this game and the FBI is not crazy about them. How about next week, hey, Q freeze. He's the coach at liberty. Do you think he knows his way around vot Hemingway? Big favor there. They would be a favorite at home against a and M overwhelming favorite against Vanderbilt. And yes, they would even be favored on the road in the egg bowl. So this is critical for all myths. They win this game. They've got a shot. At going 11 and one, would that be enough to get them some playoff consideration? Perhaps. And don't forget, auburn is an interesting position as well. When tomorrow, and then they head to a and M next, we've got a big game looming in the future. Well, we mentioned that we are here and what are we going to do today? How about Tim Tebow in a couple of minutes? You think that will get some folks here excited? I better will. Chris Fowler. He is up in Big Ten country at Columbus. Molly McGrath and auburn, Thomas Davis, former all American at Georgia, all pro for the Panthers. On the sideline for the mister B state, game against Kentucky, Mike Griffith makes a in campus appearance. We're an off campus appearance. We saw him two three weeks ago at Athens, Roman Harper drops by in a couple hours. Lar? McGee? Couple of Gators right there. Well, not a guy, Midori, as he'll look ahead and pick the games of tomorrow. Let's get to some calls. We start with pat, who was in Georgia. Hey pat, good afternoon. Hey, Paul, thanks. By the way, trick or treat. I love the way you open the show with Larry Munson's greatest call. This Halloween weekend, I think the scariest thing in the SEC is Kirby's marks, George the defense. And I think that says it all sets and it'll play most of the game and the annual forget a little playing time to getting back into shape. Florida, they're going to use both quarterbacks and it won't be enough. It'll be 45 ten. Go dogs. What do you think? Thanks, pat. Yeah, pat I haven't made a final determination yet, but let's say party Marty or Marty party or however you want to call himself. Marty, what do you got? Hello, professor fine bomb. It's a pleasure to be here on the saving network. I don't get the call very. Thank you, because you know, we have jobs and our cases are in school. So we can hang around the sale of our control like some of the other regulars. But Paul, I just want to ask you a couple questions. I'm trying not to feel overconfident how bad the Gators are going to beat Georgia tomorrow and time to stomp on the dog's hard again. Like in the old spur of your year, I was there all 11 coats for your gains within victory. You should have won a 97 too. But Paul, you know, the door to people were so cocky because the last time they won the national championship, Jimmy Carter was president. So I guess we've got the second coming and Jimmy Carter so they think they got a chance. This year, but it's not going to happen. And I think if you're going to show clips, why don't you show some clips of Chris Doran school and will must camp in the 94 and the 95 games? You get to flip that person if I love to see that. But you know, Paul, I think it's the same thing I told you last year is the same old bulldog, the same YM B, you know what that stands for, don't you Paul? Why MB? I don't know that, no, tell me. Your mama's bulldog and it's time. Gator's bio over 14. Baby Tebow takes over. Don't be fun. Thanks Paul. John is up next in Louisville, hey John, go ahead. Oh my gosh, how do I follow that up other than he needs a drug test? Anyways, I do miss it. I used to live in panavia for years and I always remember that George of fans coming down the day before they really take over. But did you read the SIR code today titled college leaders to have go over expansion with $450 million on the line? Yeah, I did. And there's a lot of sentiment right now, John that the ACC, the Big Ten and the PAC 12 are pushing hard for this at this meeting next week for an 8 team playoff as opposed to a 12. And it would cost cost everybody a fortune. Yeah. 450 million because if they get 8 teams, apparently that's doesn't.
4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Southern California
"Night, still rattling some nerves here, mostly because of the flaring that's going on at the marathon Petroleum refinery. The fireballs coming through the refinery, also saying, This is the normal safety procedures burning off the excessive gas right after the earthquake. 4.3 magnitude epicenter less than a mile east southeast of the city of Carson, one of the car dealerships, right Here by the refinery, saying, Oh, they felt it alright, describing it as a rolling feeling building up to a strong, powerful jolt, maybe about five seconds and that was it, but it was filled from Ventura County all the way down to Orange County, Fox News said. Last ghost in sports the Nats blowing
"fowler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Rick Fowler. You heard the slogan. Nobody pays Retail. Why should you? And Of course, you know that is spoken by Ronnie Mervis, CEO of Mervis Diamond Importers. He is with us this morning, Ronnie. Great to have you in studio with my pleasure to be with you. Thank you very much for inviting me and I called View the CEO But I would imagine you have a number of titles. I mean, you can call me CEO. That's probably how I go on Mondays and Tuesdays and other days I could be the Prince of love or the Duke of diamonds or the King of bling for the diamond guy. So you can take your pick any name you want, but officially I am the CEO of Mervis Diamond importers. Your first shop was not in the United States. No. And I'm not the founder of murders Diamond importers, either that was started by my father when he was a young boy in South Africa in the early 19 thirties. And he built the diamond business and he built it to a beautiful stage. And then my brother, one of my brothers and I came to the United States and we came to Washington, and we established the business over here. So indeed, the D C area we've been here since about late seventies early 19 eighties somewhere around there, and we've built up brand and we've established our presence, and I'm glad to say that we are the premier name in the Washington D. C area. And I'm always glad to say that our name has become synonymous with diamonds. And that makes me feel very good about it. Well, something I saw recently that really struck me and I said, we need to ask Ronnie Mervis about this. You know, we see three D printing. Now we see lab grown meats now, But we now have lab grown diamonds. That is correct. That is a new thing. Lab grown diamonds that the industry has taken a turn. And for a long while, we couldn't decide if we want to be part of the old guard. We wouldn't be part of the new guard or we wanted to be part of both. And the answer is we still believe in natural mined diamonds, which is the cornerstone of our industry and business. At the same time, we are embracing the new science and the new technology, which is all about diamonds grown or manufactured in a laboratory and the lab conditions. And they are known by various names. Man made diamonds, manufactured diamonds or lab grown diamonds, and we choose to use the names, lab grown diamonds, So that's the way we go. So in nature. How long does it take a diamond to form? Well, I'd like to explain to you how diamonds are created in nature when the earth was formed. And there was a book volcanic eruptions during the volcanic eruptions, tiny bubbles of carbon gas work trapped in the volcanic eruption and under great pressure. Great temperature. Long times these gap bubbles of gas with crystallized into what was the basic structure of a diamond that could take hundreds of millions of years. Could take up to a billion years for a diamond to be formed. Now in a lab using various technologies we can create or emulate the same conditions and create a man made diamond or lab diamond. In about three weeks. A bigger they die. A bigger diamond might take a month or two months. But the typical one character 1.5 Carat Diamond, which is sold in most engagement drinks can be produced in about three weeks. So it's three weeks against the couple of 100 million years. Big difference. So if it's been a billion years in nature, and you do it in three weeks in a laboratory, what do you use? And how do you do it? Well, firstly, you know, I said that when diamonds are formed in nature they formed under high pressure and high temperature. Over a long period of time. We can't emulate a long period of time, but we can emulate pressure and temperature. So the first way of producing diamonds has been what they call the H P H T method. High pressure, high temperature method that's one way of doing it. But a new way of doing it works even better is what is known as the Sea. The method standing for chemical vapor deposition. And in that system, a tiny little diamond and natural diamond is placed in a vacuum chamber into that is inserted hydrogen and methane gas. And then through a process, the gases are extracted and certain things happened. Which can take a long time for me to explain, so I'm not going to do it now. But in the end, the diamond grows and by letting the diamond to grow through the CVD Chemical vapor deposition process, we can create a diamond, and that's what happens. And then after that, it's going to be cut and polished in the same way that a natural diamond is cut and polished. And it gives you a beautiful diamond. What do you see as the advantages and disadvantages? Well, the advantages Firstly, is that it actually cost less to produce. A lab grown diamond in a cost to go deep underground after two miles deep to excavate 20 tons of rock or so for every one carat of diamond, So there is a price advantage, Taking that same price advantage and turning it on its head. We can offer clients a bigger diamonds for the same money. Instead of getting a two carat diamond say in a natural, you can go to almost 2.5 for a three carat In a lab grown. So you get a bigger diamond for the same money. In fact, the lab grown diamonds and the natural mined diamonds. I've got the same properties. They exhibit the same chemical, optical and physical properties. So the clients can't really see the difference. You really just getting a bigger diamond, A beautiful diamond for the same money that you pay for a natural one between getting a bigger one. The disadvantage of the lab grown diamonds, he said. We don't know which way the lab grown market will go in the future, and we can't necessarily guarantee the trade in value or the exchange value if you want to go bigger in the future. With our natural mined diamonds, which is the cornerstone of our business, which we've been doing for about 80 years and we will continue to do for the next many 100 years. We know what prices are, and we can predict with a certain amount of 70. Where prices will go in the future..
How You Maximize the Quality of Your Life with Behavioral Scientist Jon Levy
"I'm a person who really throws myself into. Whatever i think might be able to improve the quality of life and so i would do courses and read books and so on and one of the things that i jumped into was a seminar and a seminar leader. Said something that really had me me examined the entire way. My life is set up. He said that the fundamental element that defined the quality of our lives are the people we surround ourselves with and the conversations of behalf of them and he said that means that. If you want to impact your life what you need to do is either change the conversations that you're having with people or change the people you're having them with and that was fundamentally different than what everybody else was saying. I was setting my alarm for like crazy early in the morning and then headaches news eight thousand times and skipping the gym and feeling bad about it and he's now saying maybe you should just hang out with a bunch of people who fitness as part of their life and instead of going to the movies and eating tub of popcorn you'll meet them for a run and then it becomes natural for your life while i'm a science geek. I'm a behavioral scientist now. And so i looked at the research and there was this crazy study. By these two guys chris and fowler and they were actually looking at the obesity epidemic and they were curious does it spread from person to person. I got cold or is it. A percentage of the population like alzheimer's. Right you don't get alzheimer's shook hands with somebody who has alzheimer's and what they found was startling. If you have a friend who's obese your chances increase by forty five percent your friends who don't even know them have a twenty percent increase. Chance and their friends have a five percent increase chant and this kind of effect is true for happiness marriage and divorce trait smoking habits voting habits bitterly. Everything spreads from person to person and so i figured my biggest responsibility for my life would be to not only connect with extraordinary people balloons. It could have really in tact a really meaningful impact on my life but tabs them connect with each other so it spreads further and that was kind of the piffling. The problem is i. frankly didn't come from like when those super connected rich families. My parents are immigrants. And so i had to then figure out how to connect with the people i admired
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"And killed and five adult shot and injured in Southeast D. C last night. It happened at the intersection of MLK and Malcolm X Avenues in Congress tights shortly after 11 P.m. seventh District officers received university was called, actually heard the shots. Fire respond to this location group of individuals running toward the responding officers. He showed them where the victims were. Executive assistant police chief fashion, Benedict says the three men and two women had non life threatening injuries. Nobody's been arrested. They're looking for a dark colored vehicle. A federal judge in
The Lives of Flies
"Jonathan bell joins us now from belleville ontario. His latest book is called superfly to unexpected lives of the world's most successful insects jonathan. Thanks for being here. Good to be here pamela. I have to ask immediately about that. Subtitle why successful. It's not greatest. It's not most exciting or most helpful. It successful what is success for a fly. Well i'd say a a number of measures the diversity for one there's over one hundred sixty thousand described species and it's important to add that qualifier described. Because it's estimated. There may be about five times that many that are undescribed and consider just how numerous flies are an insect insects up eighty percent of all animal species on the planet. So that says something right there. About how incredibly successful they are and flies are arguably the most species rich subset of insects. It's estimated there's about twenty million flies on earth at any one moment for every human who's on the earth and they occupy all seven continents so those are just some of the measures by which we might conclude that flies are enormously successful. See all of those numbers to me are horrifying and i guess you know flies to me are the stuff of horror movies and also very good short science fiction story on which those movies are made. What was the draw for you to look at flies this extensively and write an entire book about them. The fact that they are so unpopular is one draw for me. I love to explore unpopular animals and usually when one does that one finds many reasons to like them in the case of flies. We should recognize that they are vital pollinators. They ranked second only to bs as the most important pollinators. And they're actually the champion pollinators at high latitudes and altitudes. they're also absolutely vital. Waste disposers yet. That may give us a gross reaction when we consider that many flies cleanup poop and rotting bodies. But if they didn't do that the world would be a lot fowler and more pestilential place and their vital elements of food chains both predators and consumers of microorganism other insects and other creatures but also as food for fishes birds mammals. They play an incredible role in making microbes bioavailable to organisms higher up in food chains microbes are just too small for for other bigger animals to eat insects. Make make make that energy available. So that's another vital thing that they do
The Inspiration Behind Joygage: The Streaming Service for Dementia Patients
"I'm excited to bring to you today. A service that we've all desperately needed. In the past year i'm going be talking to craig fowler about the streaming service joy gauge since the combination of the word joy and engage him. Assuming so help me. Welcome craig to the show. Thanks so much craig for being here today. Thanks for having me jennifer. So i always not always but for a long time. Especially during this whole cova craziness that we've all lived through really felt that a streaming service was something that we needed for entertainment education and anything else related to older adults and caregiving. And obviously you had that idea because you made it happen. So do you wanna tell us your background or sure. Good place to start on how you how you came to. This is probably not something that people just generally think unless they've been caregivers I'll i'll start with the story of my of my mother. My mother wanda absolutely wonderful person. She was She ended up being diagnosed in the mid. Two thousand with early onset dementia likely a vascular. They weren't really sure the time But she had had a number of symptoms and actually retired early early sixties. Before you we could tell my father night could tell that there were some things wrong. But i think like many people we sort of avoided the issue until she had a series of. Tia's which released through for a loop and when we took her into the for that they Diagnosed her as having dementia and she lived at home with my father for around ten years after that and The very end of her life just really the last six months wing to memory care unit To a couple of different ones but in ten years that my father cared for her. I was living in an eight hour. Drive away so. I would fly in all the time we try to help him but i kept finding as she got further into dementia that the biggest daily struggle that he had in the she had was really just staying engaged in staying active so many of the things that my mother wanted us to do Before dementia in her early stages dementia just weren't really accessible to her and she was very involved in church over the volunteering. Opportunities became intimidating to her. She used to love movies tv. That certain things that a number of things used to enjoy became confusing to her and she had a hard time keeping up with botts. She liked to do certain types of games early on that Word search games but over at some point in time those who came to challenging for her and frustrating for her so The the the thought of joy gauge was to was. Hey we know that there are actually quite a few things in the world available that will fit people of different cognitive abilities. People with different levels of short term memory but there are scattered around and not really usually very accessible so are thought with joy. Gauges what if we could curate and bring together All of those options and can use technology modern technology to customize those bring into individual People so that they actually have the ability using the streaming service to access a specific types of entertainment engaging activities actually fit them where they are without frustrating them but still provide enough challenge. Where they're going to enjoy them.
"fowler" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
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"fowler" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"fowler" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"For the details man in that kind of brings me to another question And actually This is a bit of a change in our in. We're gonna ask. But i thought this was an important question here. So you're such a high caliber competitor and you could have gone with any team. So why did you choose. chow sarah and his st a team So i had a coach that was working with in fresno his. Name's gabriel fonseca. He's the guy that actually promoted me that barneveld gabe yup and a lot of local people in the area. Probably remember him. He was like he. I kind of brought me into the jitsu seen. He already had competed in all the different major tournaments and he was an ib jeff referee and he knew he was more of a fan of jitsu. He knew way more about. Houston i did. I didn't know anything right. I was going like the world. And he's the one that actually mentioned to me that there was like a cpa in san jose and then also He had mentioned to me that there was A pretty pretty high level. Jim in la. That i could possibly look into check map and then the third option that he told me might be viable was autos in san diego so Pretty much what had happened was he had been contracted to teach their dethrone and for three years and two years into the contract he got a he had a good deal with business partner to open up his own academy in florida so he just pretty much talked to me and i came in. I have to florida. Have this business opportunity. But also you shouldn't be here anyways like you should be at one of the real teams because we didn't have a lot of competitors at dethrone and you know there's not that much high level like world-class who in the area right to like travel a lot to train with people and you know going down to buy salient training with like the cisneros brothers. And you know. I didn't check out a real team like set team training. So he gave me those those three And shortly after shortly after he left. San jose was the closest you know and i started going down there I have a friend that lives in san. Jose and i was a you know. Come down on monday and sleep on his floor and then an green at. Kyle's for like monday tuesday wednesday thursday and then i'll drive to fresno in teach a couple classes and like do some private and i was doing that for a month or two where i would just go down for. You know three or four days during the week and then eventually Kyle business partner offered me to come there and teach a couple of classes and make some money. And i was going to stay. I stayed in like this print shop print shop there. That's right next to the gym. And i stayed in the back the back. Room at the printshop. Wow and stuff in the car and just moved there and how man that's amazing that dedication to the fullest brother and holy shit elton apartment now upgraded so amount. You go faster set. It was real quick. It's like they were printing shirts all day. There's a heat press. And there's there's no ac and so it was just like. I was sweating all day. You know at the gym sums like sweating at the gym. And then i'm like at home. Sweating is horrible. Amber you kept focus. You kept grinding. you know. That's what matters and look what you are now. You know that's just amazing story. Mazing story any of our listeners. Have dreams of becoming a world champion. The this these are the sacrifices you're going to have to make people just see You get your hand raise. But they don't see you. Sleeping in a sweaty printshop and training mine was better. I mean there's other kids that come in. They sleep in the attic jam dam. There's kids asleep on mats. I'm talking about for years sleeping. An awesome awesome within the last few years you have won numerous titles prestigious titles to be accurate and you have beaten. Many worldclass competitors most notably craig jones. Will you beat twice by the way. The grappling world has seen quite ascension from you after winning the west coast. Adc sea trials. How were you able to turn the corner from tough competitor to a pound for pound staple outside. Probably kyle i. Since i've been here. I mean the train is so much harder than i was training was. Now it's like the volume. The volume of training that i have to do is like almost unbearable. It's like horrible. But it's like i've gotten really good by doing it. So that's the only thing that keeps me going if all all this training and losing pry gave up by now but the fact that i've been winning is like all right. It's worth it. But yeah just kyle making me so much more than i want to probably because since i've been like started listening to him and doing all the training and stuff i've been competing really also seen results. Yeah yes good stuff. man sucks. Because i'm like. I'm like oh man i i can't i can't get out of bed. Need the night off or whenever walked dude my back psych walking up and he's like i don't fucking care like come. There will be held a pay so like i just have to go. You know what i mean. Yeah okay. There's consequences god but he scary man. That's miasma frank shutout brother. Yeah so onto my next question here. What do you think about. Ib j. f. j. j. f. allowing more leg log game in tournaments like what do you. How do you feel about that Yeah i think it's good. I think that He looks are are a huge part of nogi. Jiu jitsu and there's a lot of talented grapplers that rely heavily on lake locks call themselves like lock's specialists and they would compete in diabetes. You have tournaments. Because they can't use their game you know so they build their disadvantage so yes. I think it's great man. I think it's good. Okay goodstein our final question. My man you beat. Craig jones twice. Who's on your hit list in. Why is it gordon. Ryan in canaan. Duarte yeah i mean those. Are you know if you're making like a pound for pound list gordon's obviously number one. And then kinda on is definitely somewhere between two and four. You know.
"fowler" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"The person who you're learning from you know. Do they compete. They understand rules They want anything because if they're not winning then how are they going to teach you have you in now is important. Yeah is important. But but i don't think that every single person has to train under a world champ right right curse plenty of people out there. I know plenty of people that never competed or only competed a couple times. That are very good. Jitsu instructors as well okay. John donahue would be a good example of that. Yeah great example. So that leads into question number three take. Downs are crucial to all grappling arts. Except jitsu do you personally see that as a flaw in the art should there be a bigger emphasis on take downs and be j. What are your thoughts brother. No i think the emphasis is is where at a Place okay. Downs are very very useful in jujitsu. Of course depending on which rule set you're competing in in the ivy d jaffre. abc c. Which are the two biggest Organizations jitsu. they do have points and you do score points for take down. So they are useful Agai pulling guard kind of negates that right So what you have to get good at is using your take downs to finish sweeps. So yeah the guy pulls guard. You can't take him dominating more right but a sweep is essentially the same thing as a takedown except for instead of both of starting standing. I'm starting in the guard right and You know. I'm still taking you down to get onto top position so I think it is very useful. You have to know how to pull into a guard that you can come up into a takedown position and then you're able to execute take downs so maybe like a getting butterflies going into an arm drag into a single double lake type of situation yet exists. Okay thank you man thank you that that's a question i really wanted to ask you And then nain your top five greatest grapplers of all time It's a tricky question. I do the thing is about me. Kind of an anomaly. Where like. I wasn't really a fan of jitsu. A big fan of may. That's what led me to competing And then i I decided to not compete in any more in that. Kind of put me into digital So it's not like. I was like growing up watching jitsu and a have like these guys i idolize but I would have to say my some of my favorites I mean my my professor kyle. I think he has amazing. Jitsu is yes yeah. Years of marcela garcia is amazing. As well as watch some of this stuff. I like i mean yeah like Like russia leandro fully. Bafana know there. There's so many talented guys out there. I don't really have a list of well. That's a good. That's a good top five man. Yeah that's definitely a good top five. I wanna be too much of a fan of like some of these guys. Because there's a chance that i'm going to be competing against right. Keep your distance a little bit yankee. You're back we'll mason. Just so you know. Frank alphonso year in our top five brothers and the fact that your hand fresno's bad ass. Thank you local boyzone. Also in my top five there you go there you go up bid so mason. Do you prepare differently when competing in adc. Ib j. j. f. tournaments or fbi rules or is a preparation to different or the same for all three rule sets. Yeah no they're definitely they definitely Vary drastically depending on how competition that we're doing I personally imad in charge of that. Kyle sets up all the training so whenever we train hill before we start he stops. He tells us the rules. What we're doing that day. What the times are going to be. How much time. We're gonna go how much time we're gonna arrest. He's in charge of all that. So for instance when we were training for. Adc see Me and yuri were both in camp at the same time so one typical day might be like we're going to do. We're going to do a thirty minute match. Which is the time limit of the finals of adc. We're going to do a thirty minute match. The first ten minutes is going to be only After that someone's going to be there like watching the time and they're gonna yell points because that's what happens at eighty c in the county points for the second ten minutes and then if it's a draw zero zero you guys are going to restart on the feet and last ten minutes. You guys are gonna do another like the ten minute overtime. Round so He he also does a lot of situational training. A lot of You know he'll put two minutes on the timer With like a fifteen second rest like let's say training for like a g tournament. Ib digit so. It'll be like i choose the position all choose like the guard that we starting. So like for instance. I'll choose closed guard. When i'm okay in in the next round my partner would choose the guard in then the next round i would choose like what position i wanna pass from so i would choose like a nika right in then my opponent would choose what position he wants to pass them. So it's really one eight minute round but it's condensed into like four two minute sections and each section will be like its own match so your goal is allowing every piece of the training and then there'll be fifteen seconds in between the two minute segments and in that fifteen seconds you have to like tyrel and getting the next position because If you watch any ivy jeff jitsu There will be breaks in the matches. And you have like twenty seconds to tell you about. You know what i'm saying. You exit like a lot more realistic And then also sometimes when you're training for like like let's say you're doing like a ten minute around. You might just be in a flow the whole round but really when you're competing on the match doesn't flow like that. It's usually like exp. You explode to try to score you scramble and then you kinda like rest in the new explode in the rest so that kind of training prepares you more for that as well so it's always different. That's just one example of something that have to do But it's always different. I love it man. I love the inside. Look into what it takes to be a champion says..
Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects
"And south korean police raids color klopp ransomware gang suspects. Six alleged members of the notorious klopp ransomware gang were arrested in raids carried out by ukrainian and south korean law enforcement who seized cash cars in several computers. The gang is known for targeting high profile companies including the widely publicized hack into defense contractor bombarded where klopp was able to obtain blueprints for military jet radar equipment claps resume also includes reportedly swiping details related to two million credit cards from south korean retailer. Eland and an attempt earlier this year extort infosec firm qualis trend micro recently noted that of the most notorious ransomware gangs klopp led the way with five terabytes of stolen data published online over one billion records belonging to cvs health exposed online on thursday website planet in conjunction with researcher jeremiah. Fowler revealed that an online database belonging to cvs health had no form of authentication in place to prevent unauthorized entry. The database exposed more than one billion records including. Cvs website visitor id's session id's search details in email addresses and yet another example of miskin figured cloud services impacting security. The researchers noted that these details could prove useful to hackers wanting to craft targeted phishing attacks as well as competitors who may be interested in. Cvs system search query data website planet privately disclosed the issue to cvs health who confirmed the database belonged to them and was managed by an unnamed vendor on their behalf. Public access was restricted shortly. Following the disclosure
Native Americans Being Left out of US Coronavirus Data
"The number of american indian alaskan native people who have died during the coronavirus pandemic may never be known. A group of native journalists found that health privacy laws and breakdowns in local state federal and tribal data reporting systems contributed as christine treatment reports. This concerns tribal health advocates. Who say the lack of data impacts resources for tribal communities reporters with the indigenous investigative collective made multiple public records requests for death records in an effort to find a reliable fatality count. Those requests were rejected citing privacy. The collective has found data problems exist. Nationwide as of june second the center for disease control and prevention estimates that more than sixty five hundred american indians and alaskan natives have died from covid nineteen the highest rate of any ethnic group in the us. That estimate likely falls far short of the actual death toll. The urban indian health institute in seattle washington is one of twelve nationally recognized tribal epidemiology center's director abigail echo hawk. Now we're showing as highly some of the highest Death rate is a gross undercount. That undercount leaves researchers and epidemiologists completely in the dark when creating practices and policies to deal with future pandemics tracking indigenous covid. Nineteen patients accurately would involve the entire health system including the indian health service tribal facilities urban indian health programs private clinics and other non ihs facilities elizabeth fowler. Ihs director says they're not tracking covid nineteen deaths because they want to avoid under reporting you relied and use a reported by ec that lack of good information can make things difficult for tribal nations. Caroline angus horne buckle with the national indian health. Board says nations need real time accurate data to protect their citizens. We're not capturing of impact and we are not capturing all of the death for american indians and alaska natives the truth. Pitcher is actually worse than what the data tells by
The Government Wants To Temporarily Pay Your Internet Bill
"Internet dependent. Now, the federal government is going to help you pay for it, which is it's always nice to get free money. Jeffrey Fowler is the tech columnist for the Washington Post. So how does this work? Is this income dependent or they're going to send 50 bucks toe. Anybody with an Internet connection was not just anybody, but it is a surprisingly wide range of Americans are now eligible to get this. What's called Emergency Broadband benefit, which will pay 50 bucks a month towards your your Internet bill is actually the largest program. Government has ever had to help Americans, you know, pay for their Internet bills and go online since you know Americans have been going online, and the reason they're doing it is because of the Corona virus pandemic basically We all learned last year in the last year that you know, basically, Internet is now it's important to being a part of the American economy, as is electricity and running water. And there is a giant affordability crisis in the US, You know the digital divide that we talk about sometimes you know? Yes. Involves Can you get you know a line out in the royal is where you live. But for more Americans is just can you afford these expensive Internet bills? So what one of the criteria then so this applies to it. It's kind of a detailed set of things, but the biggest categories, probably anybody who lost some income in the last year. You know if you got laid off for furloughed or your Your income just went down on D. If you're part of a family that earns less than $200,000 a year currently then you can apply on just to give you a sense of the scale of that. Last May, So may have 2020. There were about 50 million Americans who said they were losing income. We had lost income in that month, so that's a lot of people.
Four members of Sikh community among victims in Indianapolis shooting
"At this hour. The coroner's office has released the names of the eight people who were fatally shot when a man opened fire at a FedEx plant in Indianapolis yesterday. For the victims of the shooting were from Indianapolis is Sikh community. The mass shooting marks another blow for the Asian American community in the United States. Shooter has been identified as a 19 year old former employee of FedEx. Police say he killed himself after shooting his
Pulmonologist Testifies That Car Exhaust Did Not Kill George Floyd
"Rebuttal testimony for the prosecution, She says testimony from one of the defense witnesses yesterday in his words is simply wrong. Former forensic pathologist, Dr David Fowler argued that George Fly died from factors like carbon monoxide poisoning and health issues. Not because then officer show Vin kneeled on his neck. But Dr Tobin says medical records showed Floyd's oxygen saturation level was 98% when he died, which supports the idea that a lack of oxygen was the cause of death. Brooklyn Center. Minnesota
Defense Expert Says Derek Chauvin Did Not Cause Floyd's Death
"Minister. No jury has heard a second day of testimony from defense witnesses and the Derrick showman murder trial. She opens. Attorneys hope to undermine the prosecution's claim that their client killed George Floyd by kneeling on Floyd's neck for over nine minutes. As NPR's Walter Ray Watson reports. One defense witness offered several explanations for Floyd's death attorney Eric Nelson as Dr David Fowler, a former chief medical examiner about the cause of George Floyd's death last May. Fowler asserted. Many causes among them an irregular heart rhythm, the ingestion of opioids and the inhaling of carbon monoxide from a squad car close to where police restrained Floyd. Fowler maintained. Floyd's death by professional standard was undetermined is when you've got so many conflicting, different potential mechanisms of death that could lead to Yesterday for the manner is not clear. The prosecution has begun cross examination, and Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill will allow rebuttal witnesses to follow his testimony on
Defense Expert Blames George Floyd's Death on Heart Trouble
"At the murder trial of Derek show open in Minneapolis a defense expert blame George Floyd's death on heart trouble prosecution experts testified George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen after being pinned down forensic pathologist Dr David Fowler testified district Lloyd had a sudden cardiac a reasonable cardiac care is mia as a result of his heart disease valor it listed other factors to Sentinel and methamphetamine there it is exposure to a vehicle exhausts financially carbon monoxide poisoning the medical examiner ruled George Floyd's death was a homicide Fowler said there were too many conflicting factors I would fall back to undetermined Tate from court TV prosecutors say Floyd died because Derek show opens me was pressed against Lloyds neck or neck area for nine and a half minutes I'm a Donahue
Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack
"People around the world today for spending their condolences after Officer William Evans was killed and another officer injured after a man drove his car into them yesterday. Following that attack, Capitol police chief yoga nom de Pittman said. This has been an extremely difficult time for U. S Capitol police. I just asked that the public continued to keep U S Capitol police and their families and in your prayers, the man who carried out the attack, Noah Green was shot dead after getting out of the car and lunging at police with a knife. Green's family and friends tell the Washington Post He became paranoid and have hallucinations. He was convinced his former teammates on the Christopher Newport University football team drugged him. A new
Capitol attack suspect identified as Louis Farrakhan follower
"Are flying at half staff at the White House today in honor of the Capitol Police officer killed yesterday. For the second time this year. U S Capitol police officer is dead after defending the United States Capitol Police say William Billy Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force, died after a suspect cloud a blue Nissan over him and another officer guarding the capital. Fox identifies the suspect as 25 year old Noah Green Green, then rammed the car into a security barricade and lunged at officers with a knife. Police been shot and killed Green. Boxes, Chad program, Green said on his Facebook page. He was a follower of the nation of Islam and Louis Farrakhan.
"fowler" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Houston and frankly people in texas in the afc The afc or the the current of see whatever and the old afl for that matter What a what a story this was. And frankly in many respects kind of continues to be the legacy of very much lives on the the colors and the The the logo the name and of course the history. And we're going to get into the story of the houston oilers this week. With our special. Guest ed fowler. The reverend ed fowler retired but still actually a real honest to goodness anglican church minister slash. Reverend ed fowler is an interesting part of the story here to We'll sort of get into that Interesting career change. And what was ed. Prior to his higher calling shall we say he was a longtime sportswriter. Yeah lies largely in the the houston metropolitan area with the houston chronicle but before that Places like the austin american statesman the kansas city star the chicago daily news here closer to us or what used to be closer to us back in the day when new newspapers were thing and sports writing in those newspapers were more than the thing they were probably frankly The sort of unwritten reason. Why a lot of people actually subscribe because the sports section was Not only journalism but also Diversion from The The distractions of of crazier world in the earlier. Sections produce paper but ed fowler as an interesting story himself but also the topic at hand that we're going to get into. We're going to use him and his Book that came out in the late seventies late nineties. Yeah i go. There was nineteen ninety-seven in particular And this is how we sort of discovered in an and got in contact with ed. The book is called. Loser takes all but adams key part part of the story for sure but adams bad football and big business. It's really the story of the houston oilers and sort of how it came and a mesli went and and our conversation this week with fowler gets into the story of the book the story of the oilers and as you can imagine we we try to tackle the attended. Yes pun intended All of those issues relating to The ops and certainly there were a number of them But largely downs especially on the way out of the The houston oilers. Now of course Represented in reconstituted form as the tennessee. Titans and yes. We talk about the tennessee oilers for a couple years again that messy departure from houston and at last check. Not a whole lot of oil in anywhere in the state of tennessee. But now that didn't stop the team for still being called the tennessee oilers for a couple of years before they Firmly and Officially domiciled themselves in nashville Two years many forget were a prior to that in tennessee in memphis at the liberty bowl. That's where they were known as the tennessee oilers. In before becoming the titans are all part of the the lower and the legacy and the very interesting stories. A related to that and The clip at the beginning kind of gives a sort of a hand. It certainly is debatable. As to win the era in the late seventies kind of started It is known without Conjecture however as the let's call it the love ya blue era. This is around the time. The nineteen seventy eight seventy nine eighty or so when the houston oilers were probably amongst The hottest if not in cer- certain areas of nfl football the hottest team going with an amazing array of stars including one Hot rookie by the name of earl campbell. Phenomenon really is an understatement. I guess not only in houston but in the nfl itself and it took a little while to kinda of geel into what actually became a trademark phenomenon. Literally called love your blue. but most scholars Would kinda circle around november twentieth nineteen seventy eight and the monday night football game that you just heard a little clip from the intro to frank gifford and howard cosell dan where the The oilers were hosting a nationally. Televised game against the miami dolphins and Was sort of a sort of a burst of of energy and color and noise That absolutely came across on the on the broadcast the poms waving everywhere and a hell of a game and actually many people think that is perhaps one of the best monday night. Football games of all time that game when the oilers One a very entertaining game. It's it's all there on youtube behind earl campbell. Almost two hundred rushing yards. I want to say he had one hundred ninety nine actually four touchdowns he ran for and the oilers one out and a thirty five to thirty Victory certainly others might look at some later games. But this was a national sort of shot across the bow so to speak and there's a lot of of of energy and end up going on there i some would also Frankly suggests that the next year December i think december tenth to Nineteen seventy nine to ninety seven about a year. Later was when sort of the love. You blew sort of trademark era. I guess sort of occurred but regardless of when you think it was also another monday night. Football game by the way. I regardless of how you sort of circle around it if you were there at the time and or you were just an nfl fan at the time. Paying attention is probably Burn in your memory. What this love. Your blue phenomenon was and it was absolutely ahead of time. Arguably the apex of the of the excitement that was this is franchise. Plenty of of of nadir's of course Along the way. But you have to remember that the afl when it was started the houston. Oilers were one of the franchises that helped launch that leak and we get into one of the chief protagonists. maybe actually antagonists as we get into Into the guy but adams for sure Was there at the beginning. And they're through the entirety of this team as well as how it went to to To tennessee ultimately He is The good guy certainly in the beginning years for sure Winning to afl championships early on And kind of making a mark for pro football in houston when there was none prior Certainly got got gets all the accolades. I guess around. I love you. Blue air for sure. But look he was also very enmeshed and hands-on shall we say to a fault for the majority of the years otherwise and I would argue that. Essentially not unlike the title of fowler's book The experience of being an oilers fan was largely. I wouldn't say necessarily lamentable but certainly heartbreaking and disappointing especially when They were tantalisingly close to simplisafe. Gloria that Frankly sort of alluded them not only in the love blue era but certainly thereafter as. Well we get into all of that. The houston oilers our first tackling of the topic with our guest this week. The reverend ed fowler and we look forward to presenting it to you in mere moments before we get there. Let's get some promotional goodness out of the way the holidays. Believe it or not. Despite all the distractions that we have in life are literally right around the make. Sure you get a pen and paper. And let's write these down showy. These are the sites that you want to sort of circle. Bookmark and go-to for all the forgotten. 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"fowler" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"The govering sports in the Mid West, it's the mid-west sports network and Wfan, dot net. It's episode one seventy, three of the Cincinnati Dayton sport spot guests, and our special guest is trace Fowler of Chatterbox forts before talking about the beginnings of the company traces involvement in airbox box sports, and of course local sports on this edition of the Cincinnati and Dayton sports.
"fowler" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This is the advantage of the owners have time and time again and so when I see this story yesterday NFL collective bargaining agreement is in the hands of the players even though some NFL owners may not be on board with the new rules per Jeremy Fowler some NFL owners hope the proposed CVA doesn't pass because they believe a better deal can be reached with an eighteen game regular season the highlight of revised plan this is so typical so typical that I called this two weeks ago I said wait wait do you see as the players are gonna vote on this it's going at their doorstep they are all gonna start freaking out you're gonna have divisions in the ranks you have the rank and file you're gonna have the superstars you're gonna have the middle class and they're all gonna be arguing because no two careers are alike they all have different values when it comes to the NFL collective bargaining agreement the owners on the other hand are completely unified with the exception of probably like to they almost all agree on the same philosophies and so when I saw that in my opinion the players union foolishly ceded the seventeen games over the last year and back alley deals you never heard about and all of a sudden the NFL's like pass this we need to get this going seventeen games all by the way not one last bite each conference well by the way one more more playoff teams to win each so former playoff teams okay keep going more that's what's more money more money okay players will give you some money but keep going but we need to pass this and then at the last second you heard yeah we're gonna cap that seventeen game when it comes your salary and the players like absolutely not okay all were fine with everything else for now cool this and that and the players of the the actual owners alike okay we'll remove that we don't we don't really need that because they played you they played the players they do it all the time they never wanted that cap they knew that that was something the players were going to hate and they were gonna be okay with everything else I mean they dominate these discussions every time the owners I almost feel bad for the players nine no the average fan right now if you're driving around and you are moving about this great country of ours are gone Anthony they they play they may make millions of dollars what are you talking about they make all this money to what to play a sport that any of us would plight okay I get that you got to remove yourself from this question we are not comparing NFL players to the average person who's in a cuticle cubicle working an insurance agency okay we we we have to first get that thought out of our head we're talking about a completely separate entity and that these players who do risk their lives they do risk R. C. T. they do risk bumps and bruises that become really bad elements the rest of their life the amount of players that have on set dementia at a young age the fact that they were able to investigate the brain of Aaron Hernandez and they realized this dude has a brain of a seventy five year old dementia patient because of A. C. T. like yes they are risking more than the average person who's a school teacher sorry I hate to break it to you but they are and I know that's not going to engender any kind of sympathy from you because we just look at them as these celebrity figures were there to entertain us and they do they do a good job do it but get yourself out of that head space and explain to me why we take the owner sides on these things all the time and while we chat more games more games entertain us more come on and we pretend to care about concussions when that becomes the item of the day in the news so the owners are not leaking out to Jeremy Fowler I don't want to say they played like a fool but I know Jeremy so I can do that they leaked out to on that are you know what we hope that this doesn't pass because what all the two thousand players are gonna vote over the next few days and many people thought they were gonna simply say yes because the minimum salaries are gonna go up and the average player in the NFL is making the the average salary to maybe a million a year that's the average player yet the NFL should say and that's the middle to lower class of the NFL we're not talking about your Rogers when I talk about Tom Brady we're not talking about any of the guys aside the big contracts for the last two years you know I understand why JJ watt said I don't play seventy games because he's already getting paid ridiculously to play sixteen he doesn't need the extra money but those players at the bottom of the barrel the lower end of the hierarchy they desperately need the money and they'll play thirty games of it means more money I get that and they're never gonna be unified that's why the owners when these debates every single time but this story that got leaked is such a traditional bully tactic against the union I am somebody who is studying unions for a long time and this is right out of the standard operating procedure this is so typical of the NFL and the players I said I hope they don't fall for this but they probably will and the fans are let's see right now they don't care they would love eighteen games more football it's more weeks that you don't have to hang out with your wife and so you love it or you get sick nor your kid and give them lifelong psychological Rama this is what you want you want more football so you're never going to side with the players I love it all all these fans they hate their own own owners right they hate how communities have to subsidize the owners buildings and they hate how the season tickets go up and they hate how jerseys are because you know we all look great in jerseys as middle aged man we we we hate the fact that the jerseys cost like a hundred twenty five dollars but yet we side with the owners every time of these debates because we want football entertain us please let's let's let's let's give us something on the weekends to pass the time so we don't have to go to the in laws and they're out there saying that the NFL owners don't want this to pass because they wanna go to the next level which is eighteen games I want to hear from the fans right now are you just hoping this gets voted on this week seventeen games done deal will have to hear about strife anymore labor issues between the players union and the owners I want to hear from you eight five five two one two four two two seven how do you feel about this report eighteen games now they want to go to a team how much is too much when does it actually become over saturation when do we get to a point where there's too much football can you even out of the phrase too much football I want to hear from you next at the Lima in for jockey gave CBS sports radio captain this is your wake up call for the new track phone wireless what's in them what if you had to fly this plane was sitting back in the cab I wouldn't have any control well that's what it's.