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"gares" Discussed on Los' Lounge
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Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"gares" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"He makes seventy five million dollars this year making him far and away just this year by far. The highest paid quarterback because second on that list. Is tom brady. Twenty seven point. Five seventy five. That's what the bonus everything. Every penny is gonna make this your total seventy five million. Well obviously as you said before the season you have to start living up to them when there was no pressure or very little in zero expectations when dak was a raw rookie who got thrown into the fire out of the fourth round in mississippi state employees of tony romo in his perpetually broken collar bones all the sudden what did we see. Dak quit six two on the road as a rookie in those huge winds aaron rodgers in. Rothley those gares. You've having all member at washington that year. That was the turnaround. You're just that was against kirk cousins and you're saying cool. This kid can play on leave. He didn't play make remember yesterday. No fortunately do five yesterday. Years right back in two thousand seventeen and went six and two on. The road became a lost year because he got suspended. But i gotta do day okay. Well i'm just saying. In his first two seasons with little to no expectation he went twelve and four on the road. Yeah that's that's all time great right and since then he is. Six and thirteen on the road. Is that because his team decayed right before. Your very oh. Yeah no that's not what you told me you told me. Zeke is still weak. You bounce back. I do that office but is it. Possible as zeke went south he went set. The whole team went south. The ability to win road games went..
Rob Has a Podcast
"gares" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Or veto tomorrow night That is going to Throw these Cookout plan which has been brewing for what ten weeks now. They will come up just short yet. This is the first double that. I'm just like let everything be boring. Meaning let you know. Listen out win. She's the one that sent home. Like i know that. Been plenty of doubles in the past. I've been disappointed. He was like wait. That was that was it okay. Those people went home gares. But this one now i don't want the worst to happen But it's just like i. I'm glad that the way things are happening this week in terms of like x. Waiting to try to really paint a bad picture with getting tiffany out because then you won't have time because it's a double so i think it's going to be a really good double long as it doesn't want h scott. Is there any suspicion in the house of that Tomorrow night is a double. I know that like the double talk is always a foot. I don't think that they suspect. Specifically tomorrow to be adult really knocking suspect back to back doubles. I think it's great planning on cbs. Despite i love that i think it's fantastic. I'm so glad they're doing this instead of doing. the triple. Because we all hate the triple and this at least like you know it kind of makes them feel comforted like. Oh we've we've gone through the double. We did it guys and then immediately hit him with another double. I think it's great. I love it. Yeah okay so That the double eviction is not really gamed out but Do we know who is who is competing for h. Oh heading into thursday. Seem like nine. I feel like nobody wants. Nobody wants it because they all want to not to be available once the six hits So i do know that x. spending on throwing it. I don't think this is planning on throwing it. I think well it's hard to say because people will be going back and forth. I think most of the people don't want to win it. But i think hannah might be interested in winning it and aasa. I don't know. I feel Earned their concerns for themselves for tiffany at this point so i do think they might go for it. I don't know for sure though. Yeah right now. it's looking like hannah. A big d and eliza will be competing like not throwing it so it seems like one of those four would be the next the w. h. o. h. okay. I know hannah has been like i really want this. And letting people know that like she is very okay with taking the final seventy eight ad as someone who has set up well within the sex. I think that is an okay. Move for her. okay We could talk through scenarios for the double eviction but i guess Let's let's talk about the episode from tonight and talk about some of the things That we got here of course A lot of uh talk in the beginning of the episode about That claire should be the target. If that y- xavier and elicit talking about how you know it should be a clear up there and ultimately Xavier's upset should've been clear and tiffany on the block this week. Why why did she have to go and win this. I mean we're already into wednesday. The wednesday episode still talking about this asia. It's like xavier. There are two people that aren't in the cookout. So what does it matter. Okay if if if it if it doesn't truly matter who's out because you know they're both gonna go then. Why are you upset. Because he's acting as if like okay. Well then i shouldn't have thrown it. I should've wanted. And then what. Okay you get out claire. And then next week you're getting out of listen like is that the plan because it shouldn't matter if elissa goes this week or next week and so yeah it's just so annoying that he was trying to make it seem like he made the ultimate sacrifice by throwing this competition and now tiffany's selfish and even is like welcome big brother and he's like no. It's not big brother. That's just being selfish. I'm sorry xavier but did tiffany cold hands with you. Ou'd ition for big brother and and walked into the house and decided to do this absolutely not. Yeah and honestly it makes it. It would make me a little suspicious with him being so upset about it. Because i'd be like okay so are like it. Shouldn't it be interchangeable like. Why does it really matter. If we're just trying to get out a non cookout member like all non cookout men members are expendable quote unquote. Why does it matter the order and to me. That would make me think okay. Are you planning on using a listen to like. Get some alley. Are you planning on keeping a list of further. Is that your intention. Like i would be nervous about that and to be honest like i'm not totally convinced that he's not planning on using as a weapon to get other people out like i honestly don't know and he's obviously saying oh it's just. I'm not worried about seclude. Go like it's like well no like it is about you because the if it was about the cookout and it literally wouldn't matter as long as you're getting album non cookout member out. This would have been a perfect opportunity to throw suss on xavier. While everybody's thinking tiffany's the one that's gonna turn on the cookout. No no no no. We need to to dig into this a little bit more about why. You're so pressed honestly. Like i know we were talking about it. A couple of weeks ago on the podcast. I really feel like that. Hannah probably was the person the cookout that was able to get rid of their partner without with the least amount of blood on their hands where everybody else like Like ended up like taking some damage. Whenever it was their person's week to go like They kind of got beat up a little bit of kylie. Can you believe what he's doing. this week Tiffany oh exhibit. He doesn't want to let a elicit go. I mean she was the one person that just was like look. I'm not going to mecca. I'll help get out of the house And she's the only person that like probably like Their stock and stock watch There's of the house like Didn't go down because of it I think she realized early on like Dx not gonna let get very far. Let me focus on my relationships within the cookout and people that are actually going to be there later in the game rather than holding out hope that he is going to be at final seven six. Yeah she was like the first ones to realize like. I'm not even gonna like Attempt to like to tease myself. That i could keep my person everybody else up. But what if what. if it's funny santana is. Set up the best right now with the six that you know. She was the one willing to do that. Because it's like even executive. You're just oh i couldn't. I can't do that to elissa like he. He doesn't wanna be h wage because he can..
Tessa and Elliot Argue
"gares" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue
"They had a cow in their backseat. That's kind of a wisconsin thing. It's a fucking cow in. Your car is naive sedan. It's not even like a was the best part about wisconsin. The fact that is so far away. That's not that far away. General wisconsin is add on the. Yeah it's after minnesota for minnesota by me before minnesota. Oh mike okay. I feel really bad to talk cossiga. It goes hold on. Hold on hold on. Hold on. Hold on pause in. Nia echoes indiana. Where's michigan at in relation above us. Yeah circles indiana illinois wisconsin. Or you could go. Michigan water wisconsin. I mean he could do that. I just go off of when we drove to minnesota from ohio. When did you do that when i was fourteen. Doing out there mall america. Oh i have no interest in doing. Oh no straight up. All i got america has no interest to me. It was it was fun because it was like we. We you know it was like a road trip. we stopped in chicago. Road trips are super overrated. Yes true or false no russian. Oh yeah pulled wash or road. Trips are road trips over rated. Yes although i kind of wished to do a road trip as long as i'm not driving at aw yeah i dream of not having to drive anywhere. You wanna succeeding in the car being chauffeured around. Yes yes professional driver. Well the by anybody. That's not my wife. shut up. I be like that dude. I followed you onto the freeway. The other no my god and i was like forty five. What does this bitch do up and eventually eventually took you forever. I got there. Oh my gosh people get frustrated with you. I could see getting with me. Anybody everybody your your husband was for one. I was like well. This girl's speed the hell the fuck people must think. I'm a horrible person because you never point out my my good qualities. That's not true ed's very true. Oh that's not sure you have so many acquired. I don't though not to constantly point out my absolutely you. Ju i do. But that's part of the pie. You're a terrible driver. You're a terrible mother to our pets. What am. I said that cats hate you. Well cats do hate you know cats. They macarthur likes you. Lucky kinda likes gares loved me k. Garris loved you but did he loved you. The most yes. Can you probably did love you. The mouse.
Break The Rules
"gares" Discussed on Break The Rules
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"gares" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Let me look always prologue. Just pull over here in the man thank you. We gotta watch that. Sometimes we need to just focus on like the unknown filmography of one chuck connors who apparently made nothing but bangers as entire career oh women somebody might have found. It might have been all star. Lone star chuck connors that was probably it man whereas film or tv this point on mad at both the same thing man. I don't know. Maybe that's not it. Because i can't find anything anyway people i'll look it up because my friend. I still keep up with my friends. Who are who they. You could actually see one of my friends. Gary roses man. He's in the movie. There's a. There's a a as a gunfight in the middle of the street and you could see gary because gary looks like gares from that one so you would think gears a best bucket act in the world because gary looks terrified face. He's just duncan and shit man and you could tell us a little body right there. We were just kids man so it was so excited. Somebody said no not roses. Gary rowe suss r. s. Yeah man anyway. Well was the oh i was talking about support and i got sidetracked pizza. Report no no. No not at all man because i was telling you guys the reason why i got sidetracked because i was telling you having a viewing party tonight and all the patriot. People get to join us. But of course you've got to be patriot for that. So please join us on pedra warm and toasty hot and butter golden brown a gig crispy with that bitch. Which chris may be tomorrow. Kristen net is really got things for you like merch. Every three months for up to a year and a few other things i want. 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Gaming and BS RPG Podcast
"gares" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast
"Not call you at all my character. She didn't they weren't into it as much. They liked hanging out having a good time and kicking back with her friends but really wasn't a big deal for them. That was one of my first First real experience with what. I consider casual gamer. I had annoyed the piss out of me. It's really kind of fucking mad at him because you guys reckon this for everybody else. Oh my gosh you reckon this my buddy jay at the time I don't know if i j listens to his periodically in. I don't know if he's if you'll catch this. But i remember jane. I have in this conversation one time as like well. You're running game brett just to make the game about the characters of the people who are always here well. Yeah because you're the guy says don't give a shit anyway. They're just they're they're basically you know. Npc's that people show up randomly. Play anyhow fucking. Yeah that's a cool idea. Let's do that. So for whatever reason being i am that hit me and when i did that i changed my my thought. I gave the just call the more dedicated group a little bit more to chew on l. At the casual folks. Just be casual. They go up this last five sessions. So what happened. Oh wow holy fuck dragon man. I wish i had made that one. What's going on now. Gares philemon and move on treated like extras film type of thing. When was your first time that you encountered a the casual gamer sean. School for you or yesterday or right. Yeah trying to think. Because i think most of the people that i've played with over the years are dedicated. I'm trying to try there there is. There is one that i could probably think of that is hit or miss. It was one of those. Why are they going to be here. I'm not sure. I don't know and and we'd never do and that happened. Worry during the During the two women islay she game. My buddy does that. He like disappeared like literally. Just like poof. Gone can't find him doesn't respond doesn't show well not you know. Not driving down his house and economic door every day to see what's going on either. I figured life happened. And he just didn't want to let people or some. I don't i don't honestly don't know and to me it's kinda you know whatever it goes back to. Hey if you're not wanting to play that's okay. Just let me know. And for some reason people don't do it for whatever like for whatever reason whether are adverse to conflict or are like genuinely. I'll have time to explain. And i feel as if i bring it up. I got to explain. I'm just gonna go on mary way and do something different. Which is this fade to black. And they'll move on to move on and that was. I just hope that they're doing okay. Like i don't want anything to happen to him or anything so so i don't think i get a lot of casual gamers however eve but if i were doing like an organized play more we used to do baron games or it's like it used to be similar to what adventurously league is. Now you go to a game store post on the site. I am running. These of the three of us are running these different modules. People would show up or not. Those were. i would say see kazan. They could be dedicated but casual. Or they're like. I don't want that adventure right. That's a little more right. You'd be choosier with that type of setup the main thing anything thing that brought this to my mind john was when you were talking about game groups what we're having fun doing or struggled with or problems I think sometimes it comes almost down to that. It's almost like the sessions zero thing in a way where we're at one point table stakes show up on time. Do this system that. Got me thinking about this idea. And i'm like you know if. I want to game at a certain levels too strong away if i have a pond for this again in trouble using the word level so if you say well i kind of gave a higher level than new university. Just put somebody down right. It's like it's like the term series it has like i say higher. No i'm not saying you did. I'm just saying fringe effort. Level apple will say that's higher. Yeah and it has a connotation to it and it kids can some folks in find it offensive. And i dig that. Yeah but if you game differently or you're like look man. I really poor. This is my hobby. I'm always happen every time and watch a movie. I'm thinking about this shit. I started a podcast with my friend. And we're we do this shit all the time. I need to make sure that if i have occur folks on playing with and see more. I can't we you know we can't play this month. That'd be like what are we supposed to two weeks or every week and we went to two weeks and i can't play this month tickets. It's tough game it can be. It can be disappointing. It's the right. Yeah it's it's expectations setting. I'm gonna go mow the lawn. i'm too busy. I don't wanna do modal lawn and work on my car like you know i thing at work. I'm going to go get code work. I'm gonna. I volunteered to work volunteer to work overtime. All else to play your game. I'm going to do something. I absolutely hate and bitch about every week. I have to do laundry. what why why would you. What really exactly so wanna get your though. Is that that that disconnect can be a big fucking wedge. Your group it really. Can i thought about it more. And i remember in my home group. I've had people come and go over the years and one of the reasons that those who have gone have gone is because they are they did not have the same dedication we did and that was look. We're gonna game for while. There was once a month breath coming back from madison a show. We're gonna game eight hour session. Boom boom we're gonna do this now. It morphed how how we game or how often but took a bit. There was some people like well. I can make it a can't make it in finally got the point. Look if you don't make three months you've done we're going to keep inviting you because the rest of want keep going still like you your friend there around you but if you don't have the same it's the same weekend last weekend of every month it's been that way for five years if you can't make it we don't want to play anymore say something but anyway that level of dedication there's a door but that level dedication if you if it's different amongst your group it can be kind of a pain even from the players perspective towards a game master. I have known people that say debtor. Very dedicated gamers carla time. They're always ready to game. They wanna show up to play in their gay masters of flake. Right where that person who's running the game we're supposed to be there can't show up is always too busy forgets. The schedule doesn't know how to you know they're like hey i'll i'll schedule stuff. We can do this. We can do that. And the and that person is just independent. The game you're running. That's the one person you gotta have some time. At one time. I forgot we were gaming that day in the guys who are like texting me remember that aaliyah right up on the show like are you like what do you mean. Where am i in my home. Where are you like.
Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"gares" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"So biden administration's invited the un to write a report on our human rights because we need to shine a light on it for the world So is looking at the current countries that are on the human rights council of the u. And and there's a whole bunch of them. So i can't go through through all of them but you know among countries that are on there you've got china for instance which is just hilarious. Say half slaves and concentration camps and russia. Which obviously you know. The president has people pushed out a windows if he doesn't like what they're doing Cuba's on their currently. It's just fantastic. Currently beating people in the streets for protesting somalia sudan la monta those kind of countries on libya's on their stop it so yeah. Those countries are all going to judge us and write a paper about our human rights abuses various countries that put people's eyes out for disagreeing with the government. Now nice nice. At least that gave me a good laugh. I mean it's horrifying but at least he cheered me up. Thanks you welcome. Here's your freedom loving quoted that from dwight d. Eisenhower set along by alert listener. Philip history does not entrust the care of freedom to the week or timid. Amen to that y you know just a little bit discouraged at the state of the world right now. But i'm taking art. The words that dwight d it what they do when the going gets tough. I suggest perhaps it is the tough that should get going and i want to hear this clip every segment. I am firmly. And unequivocally in the camp of freebritney senator guy who's back for president for some time mailbag courtroom yesterday with the freebritney signs and everything. Who are you people. Who are you people. Nine hundred that's your 'cause let's say richard rights. Please explain why both of you refuse to talk about the election fraud since the beginning. My wife and i are loyal listeners. Not real journalists if you choose to ignore the truth or bob. You're no different than the media constantly criticized okay. Couple of things surfaced of all we talked about it for hours and hours hours unless you listen to the whole show every day. Don't tell us in lecture what we haven't talked about because we probably have Secondly your ps which is kind of about it well. It's about a personal matter which i won't get into. It proves that you're the sort of person that will weigh in with your pin way in with your opinion with a tiny fraction of the information. You lied to form an opinion. i can tell you what happened. Trump got more votes for president than anybody in the history of running for president including obama. Either time except for joe biden who got more votes than needed. The most interesting dispute i've seen over the election results in georgia where the Were very reasonable. Scientists have been comparing registration rolls and change of address forms through the post office which are public records. I guess and it's determined that a a significant five figures worth of georgians voted in their old addresses because they're old poll precinct hadn't yet updated their registration and it could be. That's illegal in georgia. You have to vote in the precinct of your current address and they actually could be enough of those to change things. But you know. I'll wait and see if that plays out but anyway Richard i suggest you do Thinking unless telling other people how to do their jana but again. That's just my my opinion. Sir nice note from gary and county. Pope had bad poop. Docs popped and remove pope's polyps now pope oops okay but pope is old and soon too pooped to pope. Thank you for that analysis of the current state of the vatican gares bridge rundown. That was dr suzanne. Sir well played. How about. Dan yucai beautiful. You kaya california guys have come to this final conclusion. The real villains in america aren't black people. They aren't white people. They aren't asians. They aren't latinos they're women. They aren't gazed. They are the radical journalists teachers and professors who do nothing but so division among the american people you know there are various pieces of literature movies books about Satan if you will or an evil spirit. Or what have you. And their their weapon their tool is to cause rancor and hatred and disagreement and suspicion among people who would normally be kind and loving towards each other and i absolutely think the radical left. Is that bad. Moving along be from thailand. Said when i bought my house in thailand twenty two was a vacation slash investment purchase. Now probably here for goodwill retire. here. I've never had such concern for the us. As i do now feel. We're at the tipping point of self-destruction. My only might my main wellspring of hope is that the good decent people of the united states are still pretty well grounded and still know which side is up. Mit has predicted the end of civilization. I can give you the year if you want to plan accordingly. Mit out with a new prediction for the end of civilization Coming up later this hour Should i buy green bananas or not. I mean how quick. I mean like if people have to get out of their carts and go to work. You did you tell them. I mean it's the answer august. Is it no okay. All right all right moving along thomas so cal. Forget about jim crow. And even jim eagle based on statements. Yesterday president biden is joe. Ostrich has his head firmly buried in the sand. He's also said. I'm so sick of hearing. Democrats be hyperbolic lie about threats store democracy. I'd like to offer the following six suggestion. Everytime democrat use the word democracy. Replace it with the word hypocrisy which will actually make the savings for accurate. Therefore let's see any any vote on any law voter integrity this greatest threat to our democracies eight. No it's the greatest threat to our hypocrisy. I like that. It's almost a drinking game but not quite looking at this headline that just came across man. Fifty five in china hasn't been infected infected with a new bird flu and has been hospitalized. I used to ignore those stories would make a big deal out of them. I would ignore them. But i won't ignore them anymore. Until we have a whole bunch of turn out to be nothing but that's how this started minor story somewhere else than one person got in the united states. Weird next thing you know. My kids aren't going to school for a year and a half. That reminds me. We've got a really interesting note. As they usually are from our co vid statistician and chief kevin in california who just pours over data and goes to state websites and the rest of it to compare and contrast very first all he said that whole seven kids in the icu and mississippi thing That was a tweet. That was quickly retracted. And was the result of confusion between a couple of different things so evidently it's not true. Okay and then. Secondly he's of the belief that it's the cove is not going to be an epidemic thing. It's going to be an endemic thing it's gonna be with us for the rest of our lives like colds and flus and the rest of it and we're just going to have to get used to it interesting. Yeah he has more on that but it is interesting. And it's not over crap that we get from the government is our military shipping illegals.
Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"gares" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Know. I know how to get close to him but once you're in boston what do you do doesn't your sister at. Yeah exactly didn't use to teach it. I mean you could just look him up in the phone book and send it directly to him. That doesn't count. that doesn't breaks it. That would be like. I wonder if you did today. Would you count People you kind of know on twitter. That's a weird social para social thing. What is in. And as we'll see like determining exactly what constitutes a connection is also part of what makes this facebook. It's like i'm friends with a bunch of people you know. That's why my to make it. A sex act is a big improvement. Although for some people know virtual we'll know for some people they never know the last names of the people they affect them or at least halfway and what they found was that it was. You know you could. You could the the very few of them that made it to him. Made it through to him through relatively small number of social links like three or four to get a postcard from some random person in omaha. Wichita and that's even without any design of somebody trying to somebody with knowledge of how to find the shortest way two steps away. Yeah this is just like my brother lives in boston. Or i knew a guy went to high school but of course. These are people in omaha. Wichita that had addresses in the phone book so which would be more common then. So they right. They wrote several articles for that. We're kind of like this. This was all this was all kind of fun like so much of mathematics and sociological research. At the time. I mean even the stuff that was very political. It also still felt kind of richard fineman level of like play. It wasn't i mean. I think now the political ramifications of all this stuff kind of imbues it with an extra layer of sort of fraught. Fear mean like how we bubble ourselves off ideologically. Now how silo ourselves professionally. Yeah see but the the actual research paper kind of never got published. It got published in a couple of magazine articles but but the research paper just got handed around among among other mathematicians and inspired a lot of people to investigate different different versions of this. So the the idea and you would think that that the actual play six degrees of separation which was written as you said by john gear. That are you. Say john wear it. Looks like are the band. John g well except with an e at the yankees a of guadeloupe his nineteen ninety play. It's care it's gary. I don't know if you say the you. Oh it's like gear like like war. What is it good. For whom the average of combat soldier vietnam's in nineteen john. John guera. John gares where square john. G- wears nineteen ninety. Six degrees of separation was it was. It was kind of assumed that that that idea came from well. At least from his academic or from carinthia's story which was pretty well known in hungary he claims that he got the idea from marconi's nineteen o nine nobel prize speech. So i mean he's obviously more more erudite than we expected. But yeah. I couldn't really rattled off too. Many things from marconi's just as a literary trope and i'm me and you are you. I'm zero degrees for me. But the play. The play was very successful. The play starred stockard channing among other luminaries and it went through various various touring companies and it introduced the idea somewhat into the popular culture. So that at least that literary culture putting in the title is a big is a big power move you know. Even if you don't know see. I didn't i had never seen the play or the movie and i still. I didn't know how the idea works. But i knew the idea because it was the title. Yeah right you understood. That understood the concept and the movie got made in In nineteen winded them become a nineteen ninety. Four nineteen ninety-three The will smith starring the will smith vehicle six degrees of separation really really introduced it into mainstream consciousness and nine hundred four on some one of those inside the actors studio interviews with kevin bacon kevin. Bacon was talking about how he had been in movies. Just kind of he was as joking aside. He said you know he. He felt like he had worked. He was coming. Big is very prolific actor and character actor who has played supporting roles in so many films with so many big star. Maybe more than may be more of those kind of movies than a big star would be. You know a big star might make one or two of those year. A actor who works only ten days on the movie might might make three or four big movies a year. And you see kevin bacon when you look at his. Cv righties in animal house. He's in he's in a hundred movies that you wouldn't right where he passes through. He's got a few lines. He's perfect for this because he's the kind of person everybody knows who he is because he's got a few iconic roles but also you just see him everywhere he's not one of those that guys because you can also name him right. It probably doesn't hurt that. His name is bacon house so just somebody for this game. Yeah like why not somebody whose name as well as their facing career memorable right instead of moscow. On-air somebody exactly bahar bahar to do well. Yeah kinda roll off the tongue. Actually six degrees. Jack klugman that nobody wants to play sixties but kevin kevin bacon just suggested this as kind of a i mean he was he was he was definitely not trying to precipitate a game or even a challenge but it was a group of college students at albright college in nineteen ninety four. Who were kind of having a kevin bacon film fest there in the dorm and watched footloose.
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"gares" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Dallas mavericks organization senator around the team's director of quantitative research and development. Babul gares the report. Detailed allegations of a strained relationship between vulgarity. And the face of franchise luca danni specifically citing two incidents from earlier this season. A january. game where vulgarity. Headed for the locker room toward the end of a maverick loss. Something dodged apparently noticed and disapproved up in february game where dodgers reportedly snapple. The article goes on various anonymous internal dallas sources who complained about vulgarities bedside manner. Then it goes on to make a connection people garrisons undeniable influence within the mavericks and the recent playoff ousters. It's the sort of story that basketball twitter audrey hoover's up twitter artery. That's heart twitter. Rati basketball purists versus the analytics crowd part eight hundred fifty seven. Now full disclosure. I just want to put this out there. I know bob gears. But i didn't speak to him prior to making this so this is just my opinion. I don't know anybody. I haven't talked to anybody. This is just my opinion this these in other words anyone else. Now that we got that out of the way. I greatly admire bob's accurate intelligence. I found our basketball conversations to be spirited and enlightening. He's really good at this. I mean this is a man who went from being a skycap at the airport to literally a millionaire off betting on basketball games at one point he employed an army of programmers refining the algorithms. That kept him one step ahead of the oddsmakers and indeed many nba makers he consumes a ridiculous amount of nba information each season including watching hundreds of games he tracks lineups. Substitution patterns defensive match-ups coaching tendencies referee tendencies. And all of this was before you work for an nba team. This is a very smart man both in the context of overall intelligence and in the narrow scope of evaluating basketball. Every set all that bob could be an asshole. He's strongly opinionated and can appear to be unyielding uncompromising at times ultimately the story above bulgars isn't one of right or wrong in many ways. It's not even about bob. It's about the unpredictable predictability of human beings and have shortcoming analytics or analytic driven experts. They turn the old tropes. You can't miserable whore or feel or chemistry or voter vacation or of every other stuff to gots likes to blurt out when he can't figure out what else is going on. The reality is the biggest pitfall for any nba front office or coaching professional regardless of whether or not they have an analytics background is communication the nba as with many work environments. There is a delicate dance when it comes to information and how does used its value is not just rooted in its accuracy. How it is received is just as important. I remember early on in my career video coordinator when i was with the sons having a combo about this with my then boss david griffin. Who is currently the executive bass while out with a new orleans. Pelicans we had a very open work. Environment in phoenix. Discussion and sharing information and opinions was encouraged regardless of the station of the speaker. I remember i'd been embroiled in a heated debate about some players. Something and do the use of supporting evidence that invalidated the point of whoever was talking afterward. Grip pulled me aside and let me know. Sometimes it's not enough to be right. You have to track people to your side in essence. I kind of put the guy on blast in a room full of people and even though my point was right it kind of embarrassed and that might trigger further resentment down the line which would become an obstacle for things. I was trying to do later. And i've been alerted to that bike. Rick reminded of conversation with a very popular well liked player claiming analytics were not respected in the locker room and could never account for plant feel. It's an almost non sequiturs someone then asks the player about. How critical the corner three-point strata becoming the nba and without skipping a beat. The player began to wax at length at the importance of the corner. Three how their officer designed to generate a large volume of them had their drummed in their heads about the ills of giving up the corner. Three on the defensive in the guy never put two and two together that the strategy that he was talking about was born out of the very thing he derided when. I heard that i knew whoever preach. That gospel tune did it extremely. Well the reality is it didn't matter how got to the conclusion that corner. Threes are important. All that matters is we have buying. They can't resist it if they don't know it came from their unhappy place in the end. Oh there's really just versions of pat riley disease of me apply to a front office setting feelings of under-appreciation paranoia over being cheated out of one's rightful share. Resentment of the competency of another part of being successful at being part of functional is managing these forces regardless of your role within the front office. I'm amino acid for metal arc. And i approve this message.
"gares" Discussed on in.pencil podcast
"Spin and smashed from the beginning. Pick a video game. Character is not an nintendo character. Oh sonic All been in smash for very long time. Okay i've never heard of this game. Let's see. I don't know i'm running blank. Michael from grants evolve five. Maybe that's adams prediction. That grand theft auto five. I would go with master chief as my second prediction. If there's it's not crash from hugh yes you could have valid. You couldn't make vat one. Oh i'm so. Mario for smash bros guess she did. You know that super smash brothers is an intendo thing you you know. It's like all these different video came characters fighting each other. More of the premise. At least the worst gamer ever just give me a volley gares about fallout. It would be i. i hope. There's a game announced for the switch. Hope they at least fucking remastered three new vegas. I've said it before. But anyways vegas four or is that a different one no-fault for is different from new vegas. How many fallouts hard there some like irl my goodness. How many nukes are they like. Follow one throw another new. Here's the entire fucking planet dude. But anyway swore their hundreds hundreds thousands actually thousands in the lower of volunteers thousands but russia china will. Ussr china in us. All knew each other with other countries joining in india pakistan and Anyway it's a thing apple from yeah. We actually have more stuff to talk about. Our super long podcast. We'll be editing which this house so yeah so let me. Just go back on this mask thing now. So apple did their. W w that's less hurrying a calf. Forget about that. Realize something very important about apple thus. Be one watching this. Ww wdc which sounds like a wrestling term does worldwide developer conference so apple announced just basically a new they announced newburgh new features coming. Do iowa fifteen. And the mac and the nation about Like integration with all these different softwares of anyway. Oh yeah. I forgot to say that apple does have its own gaming ability but nobody cares about apple apple gaming the tissues. Tari wicks lint. Mobile gaming is aldus now. I realized something wanting ads this week for apple products. It used to be thinking about this earlier. It used to be that apple had like a philosophical inspirational approach to the way they market things right to light back in back in nineteen eighty four when they released the first apple computer. They had the commercial with the girl..
Celtics Lab Podcast
"gares" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast
"I'm gonna make it a split and give them a late start game but john for one and one. Yeah the he. I don't i don't think that's regular season. There was so much talk about asterix last season. I think that that's bs. And i think any talk of asterix Coming postseason is bs. But i'm willing to put an asterix on the regular season and not just the crazy offensive records in the lack of defense and all that jazz but saying the celtics lose both of these games badly. I don't know that that's predictive. Should meet the heat and the plan tournament in the first round second round. What have you so a split is very political. Said he's already as you may mention. That's the last time we'll see the celtics play home game in the regular season in boston. Because then they'll go to cleveland's on the twelfth technically the segment of the back to back by technically i. It is and Tell us about back game. There won't be any kemba walker most likely unless they change their policy on him resting. It wouldn't surprise me if they do that. This is not the game. I would expect to four namely because they've lost three zero. They've only one to the last ten games and they're probably the best all around player on both ends of the floor. Larry nance broke his thumb initial time for the season. Also i'll wind ler Had to kind of music. If i remember correctly on his also going to be up for the season he is not so important. Obviously as larry nance. But i mean with that much lacking depth on the wing. I don't see how they're going to win. So because number one thirty seconds of labs does but kevin life did. The matter. Ought to be perfectly frank It's not going to help them. I mean because we're going to be able to win the first place. I don't think that you know veteran temper. Tantrums are going to do anything to help win the game so no i just think it's extremely funny. You know. I think i empathize with kevin level. This year has been so long. What's his get outta here. Like what are we even doing. Yeah getting tossed around low i. It was not a cool move. I don't wanna see that from my favorite team. All-star level players but man are we desperate for storylines times in mba media. because who the hell gares cleveland. Cavaliers kevin love. Can i put you down for a win. Absolutely marnie of cope because of course l. Let's see so from. The celtics will travel to minnesota on the fifteenth and they will play the timber wolves who are sad and they don't like the basketball and somehow they keep beating the utah jazz. So i very much so think that the celtics should beat the eighteen forty four minnesota timberwolves. The celtics will have much more to play for and probably the fixed will be end because minnesota ought to be taking some shirt. Karl anthony towns. We'll have a bruised but or something like that but never say never. I am going to mark it as a win right now but i will say the last time. The celtics played minnesota. That was the fifty three point. Tatum overtime thriller back on april ninth. So it might be a game that's worth tuning into. I don't know that the temperatures are gonna have much to play for. Like i said but hey maybe lightning strike twice. So i'm counting. That is a win for the boston. Celtics of perhaps something Allender for fun. But probably not the finally alex you have the last crack at the last game which is on the sixteenth back in new york. This could have huge implications because again the new york knicks refused to quit and sits a game and a half ahead of the celtics of the time of this podcast eggs so the celtics will be in the close at the regular season against the knicks in a game. That could have huge allegations. Alex what think alex. You're on you. And then i was on new to tell your you're on your thank you on absolutely cam. I agree. I think this is gonna be a maybe the best game of the stretch just from a competition standpoint. Both of these teams are going to be playing for something. They're deadlocked in the standings basically seems like they can't get any significant breathing room and the knicks have just been rolling so last night chris. Paul took over late to shut down. What would have been a ten game win streak for the new york knicks. They have just been playing. Excellent basketball in particular Tom timoteo has been really working to instill a serious defensive culture for the mix. It's really paid off their defenses. Excellent and julius randle is the best isolation player in basketball this year. Which is crazy. But it's i mean their offense looks a little ragged at times but ultimately they know what they're trying to do basically every possession which is get randall. The ball at the elbow or the high post. Let him go to work and make a play and then they have enough shooting out on the floor to punish teams Alec burks is going to be a questionable player for this game. He is in covid. Health and safety protocol unclear. Exactly what he's coming back. I would think that he will be back for this. One wouldn't be shocked if he's out but you know the these he's been in there for bet so i i think he'll be back for this mitchell robinson there center stage shot blocker out for season but all that lead said the knicks have gotten more capable replacement. These surprisingly frisky durban's noel to start center for them and they seem to be doing all right. you know. They've won nine out of their last ten games mentioned before and they've done this against one of the harder. Schedules are remaining the league. So it's it's not gonna be easy for the celtics to this new. You're mixing they are real. They're tough This is a back to back for new york as well so there is kind of a sliver of i suppose that that levels the playing field a little bit right now they're fourth in eastern conference They have won nine of their ten. They're not thirty four in tears. It says something that being said. I think this can be a really tough game for both teams coming off. Backpacks they really wanna win. This is just gonna be a kind of old school talent battle and the last time that the celtics play the knicks. It was a really close game as well. It really went down to the wire. Kemba walker tough. You know i just i. I have a feeling that when the chips are down when it potentially could be a difference between making sixth-seeded having to play the bucks or making a five seed and having to play the mix of the hawks or somebody else. i just. Don't see jason tatum. Going out quietly. So i am going to knock on wood here and give the celtics heat narrow victory over the next to close out their season. Congratulations to the celtics. So i will say this. I was in new york this past weekend. There were a lot of knicks fans out about actually was in a cab. Drug pass madison square garden as the knicks. Were letting out a winning crowd and as just exciting stuff so perhaps both teams will rest. All their players will be early playoff game and a things will be kind of nutty for those of you keeping score at home. We just said the celtics are gonna go eight and two down the stretch and that will mean that they will end the season having won fifty five percent of their regular season games in a season where they lost more glares to cove it than any other team this season with tremendous ups and downs with all sorts of issues not so bad just for perspective in sixteen seventeen. The celtics won sixty four percent of their games in the next season. Sixty seven percent in the next season fifty nine percent in the season last year that was cut short. They had won sixty six percent of their games..
Capes and Lunatics
"gares" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"And Empathy makes it sound like who actually know how you stood out. Just get in. The county's chris is you know the wonder woman we've got in the penny jenkins it's very attached to humanity time but this one at this point the goods wonder woman. Can we also talk about. She had no problem. Decapitates steppenwolf both but in one eight. Four she was like nine back. God this making all those decisions. Which is i'm just gonna like around the beginning just wondering i'm sure time will tell us not the same nudie right. This is a different. You know this was done before that was done. They've already decided to change up but also like with lows saying chambers a different someone who's bragging his slaughtering people who massacred worlds whose whose whole purposes the served basically the devil. Sorry you know murdering people whose compared to someone that you can actually see redemption in. Who is human that you're trying to save hard from gal. Gadot disclosure giant crossland. Gal gadoe this pain huge huge amount of money for a wonder woman to gaul. And we're erasing wonder woman nineteen eighty-four from existence. Young girl. i should just want to say. Do you know that same. Where where superman punches steppenwolf. And he flies free when she said off. He's head flies for the puzzle a- dossey stumps on if you play that scene with multiple combat theme brought the goes very solid city fasting. I've been trying to edits old together. You don't think gossip's cutting great now. The see that the indian better actually. The ending was my favorite part of the whole movie. Happen not truth. For what what. I mean by that like when the movie stops and it goes back to. Hbo screen saying you want to watch something else. That morty rick. And morty we are this is the economic question of the entire experiment. Want to what something else in. Hbo accident say. Nah i had to go throw up. So i didn't watch that is up. Problem aren't clicking. I would like to say you enjoy the original version of justice league right over this one. The original you. Basically looking at suits heads in thinking which one's the shiniest would need chapters in this version because that was that was nice natural like stopping points. Because you're throwing up so much in the back of your mouth. You need to like our whatever that was a nice touch but we're looking pretty good guys slap himself in the basic couple of your time just like this so i i don't understand. Why zack snyder. Keep eating the keys to franchises than drive them into the ground and then gets more keys. And i think that he should go back to be making a Don't even get me started. I've never even seen the end of that movie because you can't finish it. I mean that's the point. Lewis made little. You said that a couple of weeks ago. Years like who who. Who decided zack. Snyder was going to be universe. This is the problem. Is that marvel and he actually knows what he's doing and the exact cider and he does not on pretty sure nolan victim in. Yeah i'm just saying if you're comparing if you have one of the creative director of the other is a producers so there's like i needed a good screen whole series. Though he was setting up they told him. We want the marvel thing. We want this eighty billion different movies for every character gets their own series. Then we'll have the group series. It's all going to be connected in. You're going to be the one that's gonna be doing. He said i'll do five movies. I have a five movie art. And that's why and that's what everybody signed on for like that's what afric- said that's what you know all these casting signed on for us okay. Five movie like arco deal. Bbs justice remind justly to mansfield understood. Good showrunner do seinfeld gonna get a standard. They were gonna all have standalone locos. They were that was later. That had that was going to be outside of snyder's should've came erecting. Say about blue. The just the fact that cider was so opposed to boo and wheaton was like okay. Find who the fuck gares ozark was. Just the idea. That snyder was so opposed to this guy who is supposed to be a twenty year. Old college kid saying booyaa at some. I have a moment of victory talking. Crazy why volley anti. It's anti fan when i'll say it's anti fan wear piloting cultures. Though there you go commerce on i love. I love berea great but looking at szabolcs character in the movie. His big marvin is kind of that. We vision. He's having his parents at the end and if he's just like That'd be pretty weird. Like i just couldn't see them putting in Letting his cigarettes laser beam it could simple. Yeah i may be because he was he was sir happy before then nagara through the whole movie. I don't know if it's just the tone of ways. The actor agree blackmail one now. He's press he's never gonna have like his normal human life back to israel. You better have robot young. You.
Life in Barbados: A Year On A Paradise Island (Otherworld Travel)
"gares" Discussed on Life in Barbados: A Year On A Paradise Island (Otherworld Travel)
"She heads up the entire promotion of barbados in the uk at the barbados tourism. Marketing inc. She's hardworking dedicated personifies. All the best qualities of the barbadian. People admire is doctored rates of jade physical therapy. She is in a very successful entrepreneur. She is a fitness enthusiast. She's is a health enthusiast and most importantly she is a mother and she is able to achieve all that she said so her mind to with such determination endurance the strength and i truly admire. They sold her female barbadian. The buyer is the current prime minister of barbados. The honorable me. I'm more molly and first of all. I just like to mention that. I think is really great. Washed accomplished so far in that. She's a very first female prime minister all bar betas and this is something that no other female on. The island has accomplished so being the very first female prime minister. That's something that really worthy of applause and of trees and the other thing i also wanted to mention is her wheel. Paddling the current situation with the virus around the world. How she's making sure that she's keeping the general public up to date with everything that's going on. Still keeping the lines of communication open and letting us know day by day each thing. That's going on with the situation. Life in barbados guests on today's podcast were also identified as inspirational leaders and their feet. Barbara trio teen monica archer and jerry. Jones are three from in women with one thing in common. They are making a significant impact in areas that they are passionate about. Barbara trio often a local beijing woman. He attended university and worked in canada and return to beta several years ago. I give them back to the local community. It's all about making a difference in the world again. That's very much a bar. Badie call an ethic if you would so and the majority of our events up in canada. They usually at the end of the day. If you've sold to consider whatever the funds are accumulated and then we'll go to support charitable objectives. So there's always an emphasis on giving back and making a difference. So i basically grew up with that. So it's part of as i said are conscious so to speak. It's that desire to help. Desire to make a difference and it sounds like you have been involved in quite a variety of charity work as well. Is there anything that you haven't yet done in relation to your bishen of the charity work. You're trying to achieve or anything. That's eluded you to date that you would like to do something about i would say. There's an area in the future. That i would like to get much more involved in and i'm sure the initiative will present itself in new course and that is thinking in terms of the theme in the context around international women's day. We are very much matriarchal. Society here in barbados and so the woman is generally speaking the head of the household and that role is as we all know very impactful in terms of raising children helping me create future citizens for the country so being able to support programs that help young girls think about their future. Hold themselves in terms of what's happening on a social level spiritual level emotional level. How can they embrace. What their talents are in terms of really achieving their full potential because at the end of the day they have a tremendous impact on other us whether or not they are actually having children themselves and raising children and injuring them or whether as an aunt they're able to as well or even adopt but the road of the woman is very strong and very powerful in the caribbean and i would like to see programs attention through school or whatever other type of avenue that really helped develop that sense of personal responsibility. How chief your potential in the best possible way so given this has been international women's week the theme this year is choose to challenge and i'm just wondering if you've got any words of advice for gares or women i there around that thing some people in life yes. Things seem to fall into their hands into their plates into their laps but for the majority it really is focused on the discipline of math. Your english hardware commitment but really look to what is your talent and your potential and help. Can you develop that. And i'd like to make a special call out to a young lady. Maria marshall who is our local greta soon berg so to speak and she has this beautiful program on little thoughts on big matters and she's eleven years old when she was at primary school in black men and gala which is now at harrison college. She had put together this small video and at won an award and so she'd been interviewed internationally but it was all around observing something that was happening. Somebody throwing trash garbage out of the van and then taking that as an idea and saying what is my role and my responsibility in terms of the environment and how i can give back to the country and so i would say it's that. What are you seeing around you. This is all our country. How can we all make a difference. And whatever small away as possible but adults so make a difference by developing our potential and let that be the mission to give back and really comes back to do not let your circumstances define you because you have an opportunity especially here in barbados and of course you know in the uk and canada us other parts of the world to take what life has offered you and to really try and transform that into something else so do not let that let your circumstances dictate from within. What is your opportunity to make a difference. I hope you're enjoying the show. So far. please de-subscribe t life in barbados to follow my journey and never missed an episode life in a year on a paradise-island sherry tunes and he writer a lawyer and mama for her debut novel. The one armed sisters weeks our highest set here in barbados and has just today been long listed for the women's prize for fiction twenty twenty one in the uk. So can you tell us about the book. Then so homer went on cecil sweetser. House is a book of a woman. Call la la young woman who lives on baxter's beach in barbados with her husband. Aiden who is a criminal essentially who doesn't number of legal activities for a living and la is here brighter on the beach and we need her at the beginning of the novel on the night but she gives birth to their first child now on that same night. There is a robbery at a mansion on the beach and a wealthy tourists is murdered and held one on sweeps. Our house is really about how those two events are connected and it takes place over one summer in nineteen eighty four and along the way it explores malas evolution as a woman her eventual from the circumstances in which she finds herself when we meet her and i also explores themes of race class color hall not violence especially domestic violence in barbados in this picturesque stacking of the speech with powdery paint sand and beautiful blue sunlit skies. So that's what the novel is about in a nutshell and high mazda of your experience of growing up in barbados your experience so.
"gares" Discussed on Meta-Cast
"Share your privilege It's an extra effort remember. We're talking about hiring hiring people of color and it's just it's a challenge. Yeah right it's so it's not it's less easy that's no excuse. I don't have them in my network. I don't know very many african american bible. It's really hard for me to connect that way. There's a list of all of these things tough sort of. I don't have the time to mentor. People there's too many business priorities. We can't automate the tests but we can't automate. It's sort of like bullshit tough. You have a fiduciary responsibility based on your privilege to share your privilege as a coach or to be aware of it to be aware of it and then to be helping like helping people up. That's a lot it's the same thing. Yeah so i would word it differently. I would say you're not trying to share your privilege. You're trying to grow gares. Yeah right so you need to establish that there is privilege for them in this role one of the things that sent me back the most in a job. Five six jobs ago there was an engineer. Who came to me with problem. And i didn't answer and i said well. What do you think we should do. And they were thrown backs like well. Nobody's ever asked me that. I'm asking you that. Because like i don't know the answer. And you're the one. That has the expertise that i don't have so like trying i'm gonna rely on you. And that was very different than the way things were before. So then it became establishing grow persons privilege as like. Hey you are the expert exactly here in this organization growth. Yeah you're growing them. Yeah it's not even a mentoring. I mean it is mentoring. But it's sort of situational. That's a beautiful example of just like just based on the conversation how you approach a conversation. Solving a problem is part of what we're talking about like acknowledging in your head you're privilege how am i am. How am i growing that person to see what they're capable of right. So i i don't know any other way to build a successful organization then to put in that what others might deem as the extra effort to grow others and the reason i say that because i know of no other way to grow a scalable organization otherwise everything ends up funneling through you because you're the one with privilege you're the one that people come to for answers and that i don't wanna live in a world where i have all the answers because i did that once and it was terrible and we slowed down and i was unhappy and nothing worked. And then when i discovered how to establish and grow privilege across the organization it got down to people that needed and make the decisions could and they were empowered and capable to make that reality happen as opposed to running up the chain and then getting an answer. I don't know any other way to do that so that. So that's where. I view it as a non negotiable thing. Yeah but i'm not disagreeing with what you said you're experience is limited to a set of companies some some traditional but mostly entrepreneurial companies. You know we've talked about how you interview you'll go. You'll go in with shorts. You're checking that culture and things like that and so you're gravitated to that. I think there's you know ninety percent of the medicare doesn't have the privilege of that right there in your right but what do you do..
A Decade of Dzud: Lessons From Mongolia's Deadly Winters
"So for people. Who Don't know I totally know where is Mongolia? Mongolia is in Central Asia right between Russia and China. The landscape to me looks a little bit like a mixture between Montana and Mars if you can picture that delightful so this this time last year before you were short waves reporter. You don't like to think about that time. You went to Mongolia it's true. Why would one go to Mongolian winter all the travel guides discourage discourage it? I might discourage it but I purposely went there then because winter is at the heart of this whole story. So how cold are we talking here. It's super cold. uh-huh freeze your nose. Harris cold I actually had to tape. Hand warmers all over my microphone so it wouldn't freeze. Wow it is cold. Oh I found this piece of tape tape of me complaining about it minus eighteen degrees right now. This is really cool. I could tell me what you say. Cool coach it wasn't acting but some types of winters are so extreme matty that they actually have an official name so in Mongolian. It's called a zoo would that's when a winter tur- is so bad. It kills significant number of livestock in Mongolia or one out of four people make their living hurting. That has huge consequences. I mattie Safai and I'm Emily Kouanga today in the show. We had to Mongolia to learn about the brutal winters known as and how these natural disasters have changed enjoyed countries way of life okay so Mongolia is periodically affected by this extreme weather event. That happens in the winter called. What does this look like? Yeah so tender standard. I wanted to meet someone directly impacted. Divide it this man named Roy Eaton Gacek. He's a father of four super good bad Santa could do prates daughter's hair getting get somebody for school and everything. He was born a herder in eastern Mongolia and in January. Two Thousand Oilman as he tells it woke up at sunrise to check on his animals. Snow had fallen in the night about a foot. They were writing out a bad winter storm and he was really worried about is heard so how he cracked the door of his gear. Those are these circular felt cover tents that herders living and it was eerily quiet outside blindingly finding Lee white from all this snow. What did you see when he opens the door? Do not with this new household off. He's Carcass Saas new. Shut us a dozen of his sheep. Goats had died in the night. Those still alive yet about one hundred animals at the time. We're trying to find grassy but the land was literally locked in by snow. The hotel does ndas and it was really difficult to see this. He Sang. It was horrifying and it happened. Every few days boyens animals would succumb to starvation. Illness exposure and by the end of the winter he essentially lost his entire heard the type of food that came to his doorstep. It's called Saga which Mongolian means white death. While I think a loss at this level I imagine it's not purely financial absolutely I mean this. This isn't the same but there are dairy farmers in my family and you kind of like build relationship with your cows you literally like have them from birth to death so I have imagine it would be devastating like on multiple levels if you just slowly lose them over time right. They're not just economic assets and the loss of those animals is a social loss. It's spiritual loss experts. I spoke to in Mongolia. Described as a slow onset natural disaster different from a rapid rapid onset natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. So how many other herders were affected by the white death that year that year the two thousand six it claimed claimed about three and a half million livestock. Wow quite a bit law. It's eleven percent of the national hurt. And when you consider that at the time one out of every two households made their living hurting. It's significant begin. Animals represent wealth. So it would be as if your life savings were too slowly disintegrate. So what did the herders actually do in response Some rebuilt their heard those who could but others who lost everything they left gave up hurting fled the countryside seeking jobs in in urban areas uprooting. Their lives are good hurting Dad Johansen hair braided guy. He was one of those who left. Almost your short could the mother oh well many migrated. He's saying because it was impossible to make a living and it shows in the population and barter that's Mongolia's capital it has has tripled in the past thirty years exploded. Zid is one of the many migration drivers bringing people to the city. And I could see this when I lived there. I was reporting reporting and living in his apartment building and I looked off my balcony window. The hills were just covered in Gares. Those felt covered tents that herders live in. It was a picture. Sure of all of these people who had moved to the city and settled there and the city. Just couldn't contain all the new arrivals or does it still happening as it. On this scale that hits every corner of the country not that common prior to two thousand had happened about once a decade but was weird about two thousand is. It happened the next year and the next year and again again in two thousand ten so by the end of the decade there were forces and twenty one million livestock died in that period it totally overwhelmed Mongolian people that government tens of thousands of families packed up and left. That's that is horrifying of what is going on. Like what is causing US okay. So it's tempting to blame climate change and that is in fact the biggest culprit in this whole affair. Mongolia is indeed a warmer drier. Replace than it was eight years ago. But what I found is that zoot is actually caused by cocktail of other factors like over-grazing and deforestation. Basically quickly anything that destroys. The grassland is bad for animals. You need that grassland lending food it's a goat's buffet table and to not have it sets them up for good because this summer is a time when they fatten up. And if the grass is gone from drought or other things they're even more vulnerable when the winter is bad. Oh little bit of science here yes. The drought okay. Means less grassland and in Mongolia less grassland creates even more drought vicious cycle. Yeah because Mongolia. It's land locked all right. So the vast majority of precipitation rain snow. It comes from the land it comes from the grass. Water is transpired by plants into the atmosphere so so without grass Mongolia is even drier so given all of this is hurting still considered a good way to make a living in Mongolia. I think Mongolians are trying to figure that out. There's fewer herders but they're better prepared and trying to manage the Paschel and more sustainably local communities training herders to brace for a bad winter. Do things like make extra. Hey for their animals to eat. Purchase Livestock Insurance and pool there resources so the individual costs aren't so high all right so that that sounds great but are herders still kind of on edge. Are they like Shariq. Dowd anticipating the next. You know so I used to report in Rural Alaska inefficient community and herders. They kind of remind me of fishermen they know they're at the mercy of the weather but they're very tough and resourceful within their own lives and herders are doing the same. They're trying to make the most of what they have. They're kind of cultural heroes for practicing this way of life. That's become increasingly less common in the state. Broadcaster actually gives these awards to the best herders in in the nation. Please tell me you went to a best herder award ceremony absolutely went to a buzzer award ceremony. The championship herder. Who I met in the province was this man named near Goo Davidoff and I talked to him right after he got his award? Lord of host was also he was practical. Nature is unpredictable. It's harder there's less rain. Animals can't get fat but if we prepare extra hey. We can overcome such natural disasters. We don't have to be afraid this spring their animal's gave birth to hundreds of babies. I went back to visit during the birthing season in March. This pen is just full like a hundred lambs. Just these tiny little cotton balls near to make us feel better about this. Do you mind no. I just don't appreciate being manipulated. I wanted to show you the opposite right so not death life and what it signals for the next generation of herders. Who are continuing to do this? I'm picking up what you're putting down on. Thank you all right. I'm Lequan thank you for bringing us the story.
Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
Cowboys' Jason Garrett is now the odds-on favorite to be the first NFL coach fired
"Of Sean Payton. The Princeton Clapper is miscast as an NFL head coach and has nothing in common with self made men like Peyton or even Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones last night Sunday night football, tobacco made it clear Jones. These defy or gear. The Cowboys toss away a winnable role game to the Texans due to horrendous coach. The bad coaching extends well, beyond gears, ridiculous decision to punt on fourth and one in overtime, Jones's already on the record. Questioning that decision Garrett and his offense of coaching stabbed blue this game in regulation, the before, entering that transpired and over overtime within evitable with the game tied in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter, Dallas had the ball at their own forty, seven and face. Second eight, given the trouble. The Cowboys had blocking JJ watt, and David and cloudy all night gares staff called the worst play of the night. They had deck Prescott dropped back to pass, turn his back on the defense fake to handoffs turn around and then look for receiver to throw the ball to guess what when Dak turned around JJ watt was sitting in his lap. And the next play was third and seventeen game over Jason Garrod is in over his head. Forgive me for this Marcellus, Gary, your stereotypical prep school. All Ivy league elite fast track to a position of power because his resume says, so not his accomplishments. This is what Jerry Jones needs to realize Jason geared and Sean Payton are not cut from the same claw Peyton earned every opportunities ever received. He was an undersized quarterback in eastern Illinois. He bounced around the elitist arena league as a quarterback. He was innocent coach at four different colleges and three different NFL franchises before being named head coach of the saints. The Princeton Clapper has coached to places two seasons with the dolphins and the rest with the Cowboys as a player. The Cowboys signed geared is their free agent quarterback because his dad was in their scouting department geared won. Two Super Bowl rings grabbing coffee for Troy Aikman and carrying a clipboard. Garrett was born slide into home plate. Peyton drew a walk stole second base. Reach third on an infield single and scored on a sacrifice. Fly the saints hired Peyton away from Bill Parcells, Dallas's coaching staff in two thousand six. When Peyton led New Orleans to the Super Bowl title in February of two thousand ten. Everyone started looking for the next Sean Payton.
Former Malaysian leader arrested
"Bbc news with sue montgomery there's continuing deadlock over judicial reforms in poland the president is insisting that the head of the supreme court margo santa gear star and davidge on this over sixty five must step down at midnight but the chief justice and she would return to work and wednesday calling the government's reforms a purge from warsaw here's adam eastern presidential aides of the sixty five year old chief justice pollen supreme court malgorzata gares dov will be retired and replaced a supreme court spokesman said mrs gears dove plans to defy the order go to work as normal on wednesday she says the move is unlawful because the polish constitution guarantees her term of office until twenty twenty since taking office pollens governing party has passed a series of laws to increase its control over the judiciary the former malaysian prime minister najib razak his spending first night in detention after being arrested over the disappearance of billions of donna is from government investment fund he will be officially charged in the morning and the malaysian news agency says he's expected to face more than ten counts of committing criminal breach of trust linked to a former subsidiary of the state investment fund one md he's denied any wrongdoing mexico's presidentelect under as manuel lopez comprador says he will invite pope francis to help restore peace in the country for more than two hundred thousand people have died in drug related violence over the past decade leonardo russia reports as the first left wing president in mexico's history mr lopez over a door has promised a very different style of government journey his campaign he said he wanted to find an associated solution to the violence caused by the powerful drug cartels he's now said he's planning to invite the pope as well as other religious leaders the united nations in human rights or facials to try to bring mexico together to achieve peace mr lopez over a door also said he'd take a fifty percent paycut when he's sworn in december and won't move into the presidential palace jianjun rio de janeiro has sentenced brazil's former richest man to thirty years in jail for corruption the giant said i had paid sixteen million dollars in bribes to former governor of real estate to secure contracts with companies mr pacheco says he'll appeal danube gala isn't sao paulo i cuba choose those wants the symbol of a bold booming brazil a selfmade billionaire his impair stretched from mining to oil in public works but on tuesday a judge in brazil sentenced him to thirty years in prison mr batches the has had one of the most spectacular fall from grace is in the corporate world just a decade ago here was amongst the richest people in the planet with a neck fortune of thirteen billion dollars he's currently under house arrest and is facing other charges of corruption bbcnews us media are reporting that the trump administration will rescind later today obama era guidelines which encouraged colleges to take race into account during the admissions process the policies were designed to boost racial diversity but the current administration argues that allow illegal race based discrimination critics say the move is a politically motivated attack on affirmative action the mayor of moscow.