20 Burst results for "Haden"
"haden" Discussed on Music Swap
"For album one, we have retreat from the sun by that dog. That dog, I'm not sure where they originally came from. I'm gonna guess LA. I think it's New York because she says something about an a Long Island boy. So she's living in New York. Well, okay, I actually have a page up here that says origin Los Angeles, California. So she might be from New York. So you were cheating? Well, I didn't know off the top of my head and I happened to have the page up and it says origin, Los Angeles, California. Okay, cool. Yeah. Well, there are a four piece band with three women and one male, not that that really matters. But, you know, they have that girl band sound a little bit. And yeah, they've got some cool, they've got the Hayden sisters in there, Rachel, and Petra haden, and then their singer Anna. How would you pronounce that last name? Did you happen to look at it? More anker? Yeah. I didn't do it right. I feel like it works better with the German pronunciation. Yeah, yeah. But that's probably not how she pronounced it. Yeah, no idea, but you know, she's pretty cool. This album, it came out in 1997. It was their let's see here. I think of it as being their second album, but when I look at their discography, it looks like it's actually their third studio album. I knew about totally crushed out, but I guess they had a self titled that dog album in 94. So this one came out in 97, and then they took a break for a long time until 2019 when they released old LP, which we are familiar with. And then you gave me that vinyl I think, because you didn't actually want to play it on vinyl, and now I have a poster of that dog. Yeah. In my room. I mean, that's a cool thing to come from. Yeah, I like posters. Yeah, so this album came out in 97, so that was when I was in college. Let's see, specifically, that would be sophomore slash junior year of college. 8 years before I came out. Yes, indeed. So I remember this album mostly from, I think I had it in probably my junior year of college, but I really played it a lot during my senior year of college. It was one of those that I had had a roommate at that time. We had a big, huge, cool two story townhouse. What? Yeah. It was pretty sweet. I mean, pay for that. That place was awesome. Well, you know, with roommates and stuff in college housing is pretty cheap. So yeah, we split the bills and the bedrooms were upstairs with a bathroom that they shared and then downstairs, the cool part was at a big living room, big kitchen, and.
"haden" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"This season is part of the apex kiers program. Apex entertainment will be donating $100 to the New England center for children for every converted field goal every point every dollar helps for more information, go to apex entertainment dot com one field goal on the night. For Nick folk is the Patriots fall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tonight to the stadium 19 to 17. A lot of people questioning whether or not the Patriots should have been attempted that kick at that time and taking a look at Nick folk in his career long, he hit a 56 yarder in 2010. In Denver. So, you know, the altitude and thin air helped their Joe. But 11 years later, 11 years older, in The Rain, with an injury and 56 yarder Reese's career long again, that's in Denver, so you're getting the altitude there. You second guess this from the get go. Yeah, you hear this kind of thing. You think about that injury two to a really second guess? I just think rain I think a slip up of a bad snap, something. Anything could have happened there. But again, fourth and three, the play before it was tipped, jakoby Myers wide open. I think the way they were moving the football, they might have been able to get that first down. Sean's patriots postgame show, it's Jim Marie Jo Murray and now joined by Greg benard of Boston sports journal. Greg, simple question did the night live up to the hype in your opinion? Yeah, I think it did. I mean, I think it was a terrific game. In the end, something that probably most didn't anticipate. And, you know, I went out before the game and I was I was sitting in the well not sitting. I was standing in the crowd because I just wanted to take it all in. And you know, so I was out there for the video that they showed and then the box taking the field and it was the atmosphere was great. It wasn't the same. It wasn't quite the same as far as returned to Lambeau. To me. And I think that's a testament to patriots fans that they are and I think it speaks to the other teams in this town, the Red Sox, the bruins, the Celtics. You know, what have you, that these are real sports fans up here who, you know, they're they're serious about their sports and I think that they didn't yeah, Tom Brady meant a lot to this franchise and will for a long time. But I think they're more about the on field product and I think they were I think they were eager to get past all the Brady drama. And I thought that to have a game like this, I think, was a good way to sort of cleanse the palate and sort of move on. Greg, in your opinion, who is the best quarterback on the football field? Who played the best? Yeah. Mac Jones. A little question. I mean, look, it's hard. It's hard to really definitively answer that because they play two different offenses and you're going against two different styles of defenses. I mean, I thought it was a I thought it was a complete joke, and I don't know. I wasn't watching that closely enough turned a game to see if this was throughout the contest, but I know certainly late in the game, the bucks are playing and I know they've done this all year. I know they play a lot of man to man and they'll send an extra guy. I understand that. But to play man to man with Richard Sherman out there who was playing Xbox a week ago, who, even when he's in shape and ready to go, can't play man anymore has never been able to play man. That's not to know what they did in Seattle, and to ask him to cover like Kendrick born on crossing patterns. Was a joke. And their scheme has always been talent dependent. So I think like most of my answers when you ask me Joe, there's no definitive, it's not black and white. It's not. Like, could Mac Jones have have what he had performed as well with the bucks? I don't think so. For some of the reasons I talked about for some other reason. So look, do I think Mac Jones outplayed Tom Brady tonight and gay and was more important to his team? Yes. Do you think though that his night is maybe been overrated? Because look, I thought it was really good tonight, considering the spotlight, the situation, the spot overall, but do you think that he left some plays out there? Do you hold onto the ball too long? It was he responsible for some of the sacs that he took. I didn't see that. I mean, did he leave some plays on the field? Yeah, sort of Brady. I mean, that happens in every game to every quarterback. And, you know, so I have not been alarmed at this point about Mac Jones leaving plays on the field was hunter Henry open here in the end zone. You know, before they had to settle for a field goal, yeah, probably with Mac Jones was also running for his life. But I think when you consider the circumstances of the game, the weather, the sort of all the issues that were going on in the offensive line. Let's not even forget that basically Micah winning got benched. You know, during this game, to let alone with Isaiah win could barely block anybody. And the right tackle issues. And for Mac Jones to take the beating that he did, I think he played really, really well. And I don't think I don't think it's hyperbole or hyping him up to say that he did really well in this game. Yeah, I was just going to say, and we'll get into a lot of the other stuff that happened tonight, but moral victory. Is that how you're looking at this one? Or do you think this is one that could hurt them later in the year? Yeah, I know there's some talk about that. But this is the way I look at it, Joe. I don't. I'm not going to look at it in context of one and three in their own three at Gillette. All right? We all know that they screwed the pooch in the first three games of the season. We know that. It's a given. I'm just going off of tonight. Tonight's tonight's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the defending Super Bowl champions with all the issues that the Patriots have had in the first three games. They button things up in good measure and a lot of areas. And to me, this was a giant step forward for this team. I wrote that if the Patriots played well and defeat in this game, it could be similar to the Giants when they came up here and went toe to toe with the Patriots in 2007. That this could be the game that sort of galvanized this team. That really, quite frankly, and we've talked about it, you know, these guys don't know each other. They haven't been together. I think a lot of I think a lot of people on this team earn their patriot stripes tonight. I think they became patriots. I don't care if people want to turn that a moral victory or what have you. All I know is what I could tell you. The New England play tiers played the rasses off tonight. They played well. They played better than they have by far in any other game this season, and there's a lot of season left. All right, potentially a springboard game for the paths coming up here. And they have a terrible team their face in next week in Houston with the Texans. So we'll get your calls if you want to talk to Greg but art after tonight's game. Patriots fall Tom.
"haden" Discussed on The Future of Buildings with Joe Havey
"I think we're going to see a big influx over the next ten or twenty years driven by the green building coach driven by climate concerns driven by new energy efficiency regulations. And such. and it's going to be a great profession greater than ever. I think in the future breath always evolving here always kind of at the forefront to. It's something that there's always avenues to look next. Cool thing yup exactly exactly. Well i think that's it Telly i think listeners can connect with you. I assume through the swinnerton website and so they can contact you through the swinnerton website. And no you're downtown san francisco at their main office. So that's where tally is located. And i just want to thank everybody for listening to today's episode. Our next guest is john gambrill. Who's the managing director and principal with gansler in denver. And he has a going to have a lot to say about the future of building these he was referred to me by one of the biggest developers in colorado said. Joe you've gotta get john gam brill on one of your podcast episodes because he has a lot to say about the future of building so stay tuned for that one next and until next time i always close with the same comment. If you go out there and help somebody you did something. Good as my grandfather used to say so. Go out there and help some people help. Somebody come into skilled trades. Help more women come into the skill traits. Then you've done something good thanks again. Thanks for listening to the future of buildings. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast in your favorite podcast app. Please rate and review the future of buildings with joe haden the podcast inspiring innovation and change in.
"haden" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast
"Or with other people or you know even a one on one with someone it's such a different experience. I love that. I was watching you. Instagram stories the other day. And you what. He said he was speaking to lack. I'm not sure what the question was that you were answering specifically but it was something along the lines of breath. We're gonna has to be as hot as as you make. And that's it was really on. I resonated a look because in my jan when we have women coming in and they're quite intimidated or just a little timid unshowable united feeling unfit not quite up to whatever standard or expectation of sort of place in themselves. And i say the same thing You get to pace. Have this looks you get to pace how how work or how little iraq or how you feel what you're doing it and i love this because i'm talking about this before breath work doesn't just have to base. Is huge big deal where lack. It's it's really intense really serious. I think it's really important to remember that we are in control. You know we get to decide how show up and you saying that was something along the lines. Doing this. big. A little bit wants that. Because i i can feel a something that you're really passionate about. Is you know making people aware that it doesn't have to be cpa haden's scary in sufa a just beginning your capacity to handle it. Yeah yeah when. I first heard about breath You know probably a couple years before. I actually did this maybe year before i was like man science intense. I don't know. I have to think about the Bill ready and oh you know. And you know a lot of what i've been seeing time was holler tropic breath. Reagan is amazing tool. It's probably where a lot of what we do. Breath comes you know. Well it all comes from from the east bush you know from a western perspective It's where a lot of it started under these amazing. i'm very very targeted. A trauma So if you go to a hollow tropic breath work workshop. It's a whole day. It's often two days. There is an expectation to your to go and then there's so much resistance severe. Because you're like oh my god. I've just paid whatever to be here. At this beautiful workshop housing i always find the intimidation of that difficult and again it's wonderful. It's like changing for many people. What are you guys some buildings bill. It's old good. This is relaxed. Wicked good so. Yes what i really am. Passionate obey is using breath work as a tool. That doesn't exactly you're saying they come to your costs. Your jam and the cost is just like come to cost and you could just kind of hostile is i mean if you come to a dropping needs just mind for an hour. The breathing part of it. The active breathing part of. It's only like twenty five minutes and you can go nice and slow and the of breath where i teach not super fast. So you mentioned. I think to me you john. Circular breathing humby fast and not mine started learning transformational breath work in costa rica. And i love this. When i moved to the us. I trained with david elliott who just resonated.
"haden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"That was certainly a sign of the fact that lind's wind didn't necessarily have best director experience that you need when you're at usc and since he's left it's been kind of clear even just talking officials in athletic department. Were there for both that interest to start changing professionalism for whatever you think about the football program at least mike bone. Has you know quite a bit of experience when it comes to the administrative aspects of the job and you know it this will be the toughest test him being an athletic director. And it'll be interesting to see how that search but ryan you have so much that's gone on at usc. In the last couple of years we have the operation varsity blues. You have a sexual assault Harassment lawsuit against a campus doctor. I mean you didn't have fans the football games. There's a whole lot going on here. It almost felt like they couldn't make a move like this because they didn't want to add to what was already going on. Would that be overstating this maybe to some degree. Although i do think all of those things play a factor. Obviously and i think it's an interesting sign of where the university is that at that. The leadership of the university looks at the pandemic an obvious deficit and financial issues comprom- mats and they say you know we still need to get rid of gla hilton wheth- whether his vallat is over ten million whether we're going to have to pay several million more to to buy out to members of his staff or dubai out a new coach at a certain point the bottom line that's being affected by our football program is important enough to make that change. But i do think you know with klay held. It always helped the fact that he was no viewed as a man of integrity. He was a consummate gentleman. You never had to worry about just ethical issues at least it at a program level with klay hilton in charge and that was the reason why he was hired in the first place by pat. Haden you know. Post steve sarkissian pat haden kind of became taken with the fact that you know this was a man of integrity who would be leading us into a new era. We can put this Genera behind us. Obviously a pretty short sighted look at how you hire your football coach in. That certainly played out. But i think that when you look at the fact that play guy. Six full seasons as the head coach. I think it helped quite a bit that he was kind of viewed as a man of integrity and people generally liked him including his players who should be the next head coach at usc. That's a tough question..
"haden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Were there for both ed interest to start changing professionalism for whatever you think about the football program at least mike bone. Has you know quite a bit of experience. When it comes to the administrative aspects of the job this will be the toughest test of him being an athletic director. And it'll be interesting to see how that search was but ryan you have so much that's gone on at usc. In the last couple of years we have the operation varsity blues you have a sexual assaults harassment lawsuit against a campus dr. You didn't have fans at the football games. There's a whole lot going on here. It almost felt like they couldn't make a move like this because they didn't want to add to what was already going on. Would that be overstating this. Maybe some degree. Although i do think all of those things play a factor. Obviously and i think you know it's an interesting sign of of where the university is that at that the leadership of the university looks at the pandemic and obvious deficit in financial issues. They come from mats and they say you know we still need to get rid of clay helton whether whether his is over ten million. Whether we're gonna have to pay you know several million more to to buy out to members of his staff or dubai out a new coach a at a certain point the bottom line that's being affected by our football program Is important enough to make that change. But i do think you know with klay. Held made always helped the fact that he was viewed as a man of integrity. He was a consummate gentleman. You never had to worry about just ethical issues at least it at a program level With klay hilton in charge and that was the reason why he was hired in the first place by pat. Haden i you know post steve. Sarkissian pat haden kind of became taken with the fact that this was a man of integrity. Who would be leading us into a new era. We can put this sarkissian era behind us. Obviously a pretty short sighted look at how you hire your football coach in. That certainly played out. But i think that when you look at the fag play hilton gun. Six full seasons as the head coach. I think it helped quite a bit that he was kind of beauty as a man of integrity and people generally liked him including his players who should be the next head coach at usc. You know that that's a tough question. I think they have a really difficult search ahead in the sense that a lot of boosters want a big splash. Hire our own bill. Paschke said in his column yesterday that they need to go out and hire a guy not that needs still needs to prove himself but that has already proven proven himself that already has the equity in recruiting and nationally To sort of instantly. Hit the ground running in usc that national contender. I'm not sure many of those guys are out there. There is a a bob stoops. Maybe chris peterson. I know you know. I'm sure in the coming weeks. Their agents will will leak out. They're not interested The obvious choice. A lot of people have connected. Is luke fickle at cincinnati. Because that's who. Mike bone hired when he was athletic there on that so sure. That's a sure. Thing at luke fickle You know spent basically his entire life in ohio in the midwest I've heard from some people. They're not sure whether he would wanna go to. Usc and be a part of that kind of la cacophony of fans constantly complaining about the program. Now there are a lot of other candidates..
"haden" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The full day? Sure. And your your shopping the day before. If you're in the camper a lot If you have a boss that you drive, you know you've got groups of 20 friends that All pile into the boss that they bought for $300.08 years ago. Yeah. You know, like it's an experience. It's It's um it's just great and to have Sunday will be It'll be the best day of the year. It will be the best day of the year to have everybody there. Everybody will just kind of, you know. Look around and see How great is it to be back? You know how great to be back here at the stadium. I think For me. I'm not. I'm not going to go on and on about the nineties because I'll just bore people to death. But for me last season I got here in 89. There was Rob, who called us. I apologize if I got the name wrong. I got here in 89. Okay, so I got here as as things are really cooking or beginning well, After 89, But I thought last year Jeremy reminded me. I kept wondering, Is this what it was like? And like, maybe the couple years prior like 86 87. Okay. Kelly finally comes out of the USFL. You know, polling in this year they bring in Marv. They're not winning yet, but they're putting the pieces together. They got their franchise quarterback They got there. They already had their receiver. They had their stud defensive player. Oh, my gosh. They traded for Cornelius Bennett. They draft Thurman Thomas and then to me, I felt like last year, I wondered if that was like it felt to be a bills fan in 88 where you knew something. They win the division that year. Uh and they go to the championship and they lose to the Bangles. Now it doesn't go well. The next year they get bounced in the wild card, and then we know what happened. So I thought to me I didn't experience that. Yes, experienced the Super Bowl years and I mean I can't tell you how much fun that was. I hope that happens again. So with a win so people can experience that, But I thought I wonder if this is what it was like when you were there. You saw developing. You're there on the ground floor. I come to town. They're good, but to be there at the start when they go from two and 14, 2 and 14, 4 and 12, I think in Kelly's first year And then 87 was a strike year and then you win the division and you tear the goalpost down like that. Must have been a really cool feeling. I think that was last season. I'm guessing for a number of people. Um, either you go through it again. Or I think this is what it would have been like you feel We're on the brink of something special, and this is going to be for a few years. This is not a fluky one year thing. Right, GM, Right coach, Right quarterback, Right Players, talented roster. Let's go and then it, you know, Hopefully this leads to yes, a decade of being in the playoffs and being a Super Bowl contender every year because it really was up last Let's improve the game plan, Shall we? This is something going on a regular basis Football Friday. Improve the game plan. Brought to you by Bath fitter. Improve your bath in one day with bath fitter. It just fits bath fitter buffalo dot com. Uh, I did some research here because I think you would want to talk about I'm guessing you're talking about Hey, throw the ball bills, uh, passing game Briand able, utilizing that attack that philosophy from last year Josh Allen, the deep weapons against a secondary at least the corners where you surely can, I think have a big edge in the matchups on Sunday. So remember, the Steelers lost Mike Hilton in the off season. They lost Steve Nelson in the off season. Joe Haden's Their number one cornerback. Probably not going to be able to cover Stefon Diggs. Uh, Cam Sutton is okay. He might be a slot guy on the nickel, but their depth at cornerback is very suspect Good at safety. Especially Minka Fitzpatrick, but depth at quarterback very suspect and I would think there's going to be a lot of trouble for Pittsburgh to match up with the depth of the Bills wide receivers on Sunday. I'm not telling you anything that Brian Table doesn't know already, by the way, but yes, throw the ball. Um, make sure Josh is protected. You know, you got to worry about what Uh, Melvin Ingram is on the Steelers now this season. Um, they don't have stuff onto it. That helps, but they have a good front seven. But I think you can take advantage of the matchups with your receivers in this game plan against the Pittsburgh Steelers secondary on Sunday, which again is not a big surprise. No one expects the bills come out and try and run the ball. Right? Why come out and establish the run? I just if they were going to do that, maybe they watched the game last night and saw 700 passing yards and 100 rushing yards combined. So throw the ball there, Mr Dabble and throw it at their cornerbacks. That's improving the game. By the way. One other thing in terms of the game plan to watch out for is the Steelers offensive line. Okay, that's they blew up their line in the off season. So they're going to start a rookie left tackle. A rookie center. And a left guard who has four career starts on his resume. And the right tackle by reading this from reading all the Steelers stories this week. Jeremy, Everybody's talking about how the right tackle probably is better suited to be at the left tackle spot, but they need him on the right side, so they're going to start the rookie at left tackle. So I think You know, you have some areas of question big questions on the Steelers offensive line. That doesn't mean sacks folks, because if they're smart, they're going to have Ben Roethlisberger at the ball out in two seconds. But this could be a game where maybe Najee Harris doesn't find a lot of room to run. And maybe Rothenberger is under constant pressure because that line is a work in progress for Pittsburgh. That's all I got for the game. What else? It's almost to get through this segment. Oh, uh You wanted to promote I'm supposed to. You want to bring up something? I have no idea what we're talking about. Yes. So apparently I got sent a video. Uh, W George tweeted it out Niagara Metals. Has, uh, destroyed a Pittsburgh Steelers car to go. There's like an SUV. It's in Pittsburgh on it, and they lift it up and they smash it around with the giant thing that smashes, you know, cars and other things. Um, I gotta go. Look, this is and So I'm watching them, like, drop us. I mean, whatever this thing is on the Pittsburgh we tweeted off. He wants to have it. I'm garnered. Yeah, it's funny. You asked me What is Niagara Metal? I had no Britain said Jeremy wants to mention Niagara Metals. And I thought, Okay, What is it? Okay, so very quickly. It's it's It's one of these things that when you become The kids would say, And I might say, like adult ng Non metals is located in the city. At least one of them is like right by the Wegmans on Amherst Street. Um by U B. It's tucked away. And if you ever I've done this a few times if you ever have, like, Oh, we got a new stove. What do I do with the old stove? You throw it in the back of a truck driver to Niagara Metals and drop it got it. They'll weigh it. And then they'll give you money for the material, right?.
"haden" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"Here on the gs mc fantasy football podcast for the third segment of today's show. We're gonna talk about the one o'clock games on sunday and talk about some of the favorable and unfavorable matchups or each game. So let's start off with the steelers at the bill. So these two teams met late. In the season final score was twenty. Six to fifteen and yeah wasn't a good game for the sealers. But i feel like this. Game's going to be a lot different than it was when they last met. Because this is an early season matchup. Both teams are going to be relatively healthy. I believe stefan to what he's going to be out for a couple of games for the steelers early on but outside of that steelers coming in healthy. I think they're gonna put up a better fight than they did last year. So i'm going to say that ben rothlisberger has a decent game. I'm going to see if you know you you're thinking about starting ben. I think he could be a guy that you know. You could possibly start in this game. Because i like how the steelers offense played in the preseason i know was against some inferior teams like the lions but i just felt like ben. He looked like he had some zip on his ball. He was still able to do what he typically does doing his ben shimmy getting out of the pocket. You know avoiding getting hit stuff like that. And i feel like he's gonna do a little bit more of that this year. I don't think he's going to you. Know obviously be the quarterback that he was you know six seven years ago. I don't. I don't believe that. But i think that if he comes into the season healthy and motivated. I think he's a good season. But i think it all depends on the offensive line for the steelers. So i think ben can have a decent game here. I you know. I'm interested to see what the bills defense does. Now if you're debating on whether or not to start the bills defense. I do also think that you could start the bills defense because again what i say about. Ben doesn't really mean anything because a game hasn't happened yet. Because ben can easily go out there and not play well and play basically how he played in the game that they played last year and i play well so you know the bills could definitely be a positive play. Their defense as opposed to be better than it was last year. So if it is they definitely could be a positive play because also nause harrison has gotta get to the nfl still and obviously he's not going to be great out of the gate. So maybe you do start the bills events because at the steelers do the dinkins dunk stuff that they were doing for a large portion of the year. Their offense is not going to be very good. That's another reason why the offense might not be as if they continue the dink dong philosophy rather than doing what they should do and throw the ball deep now. Obviously ben. you know. He shouldn't be doing that. Forty fifty times a game because you know now he's thirty nine years old and you know again not the same player that he was back in the day. So yeah you can kind of have to adapt to how he plays. He plays now. But the steelers i think they have a good enough receiving core where they could figure it out. I think deontay. Johnson i think he can have a good game here. Think klay pool can have a good game here. I think the steelers they're gonna put up a fight in this game. Like i said but i also think you can start the bills defense. Well 'cause you know. This is what i think but you know what what we saw from the steelers offense later in the season last year i mean a lot of people are going to start the bills defense that they have and it's also the bills who are going to be a top team in the afc but then you look on the other side and you have the bills offense going up against the steelers defense in the steelers defense is healthy going into this season other than while going into this game other than the phone to being out they traded for keller witherspoon the corner from the forty niners and of course you still have joe haden back there. Who's getting older. And you'll make a fitzpatrick. Who's who is an absolute stud. Now you know it. It's gonna be interesting the bills there. There are one dimensional team. They are one dimensional team. They really don't have a running game. Josh allen is probably their best rusher and you know. I think that the steelers are going to have their hands. Full with digs and digs had a touchdown against them last year. So that's going to be a problem for them. But i just feel like because they're healthy going in this game they're gonna put up a better fight and they're gonna have another pass. Rusher ramon ingram. They brought in the lowest kyra word signing put him opposite of tj wide. I think that definitely does help. They got schober over from jacksonville. I think that definitely helps in the linebacking core devon bush's coming back from his acl tear so the steelers are going to be a different team in this game as opposed to when they played last year so when it comes to starting the steelers defense. I think people can definitely do that. But i just think maybe this is a weak. You probably hold off on the steelers defense and maybe look for other options. Possibly because i do have the in one of my leaks. But i know for a fact. It's going to be tough match up with them. Going up against the bills offense so i would say to be on the safe side. Probably look for other options. Maybe look for another defense. Start that week. But i do think that josh allen has a good game digs has a good game. I think those two are like the shore guys to do. Well the running backs though i mean i just you gotta really see what they do. They were disappointing last year. Between zack morrison single terry. Personally for me. I think breeders should be the lead running back for this team. But that's just me and then on the other side with the steelers. I mean i think you start the anti johnson and i think you start klay pool. I just don't trust jews. You i think you just very inconsistent and we'll see what they're tight end does the steelers Birth you know he was pretty good in the preseason against the lions the preseason game against the lions he had two touchdowns in that game so if he adds to this offense and there's another weapon for this team that definitely helps them out a lot in this game and he could be waiver. Wire pickup after week one. But we're just gonna have to wait and see and again like i said we're najji. It's gonna take some time for him to get used to the speed of the nfl..
"haden" Discussed on Amazing Spider-Talk: A Spider-Man Podcast
"It through a portal. So you know. I also think it would be easy to bring the lizard back because like you could just ignore reecey fines just bringing a cgi character. And i don't think anybody would really mind all that much. You know if i'm looking characters to bring in i mean maybe it's the scorpion. They did set that up. It'd be nice to see that paid off. yeah i. I don't know i'm excited at this. I imagine these early variant versions of these characters in some way. I mean if you look at auto. The interesting thing about him is that there's a red light on his tentacles which is like the color that they are when the chip is in control so like this is like an auto before. He broke free from the tentacles controls. Most of them have died but like the lightning from electro is yellow instead of blue. Yeah so you know i. I'm guessing these are gonna be variant versions of of these characters. So but i mean how do you feel about seeing senator sex i mean. Do you think it's going to happen for sure. I mean i'm still not one hundred percent soul that that's what they're doing. I could you know we kind of had this a little bit in Far from home. Sorry i i'm confusing. My my my home you know with the elements with the elemental. You know the elemental. Like oh it sam. And hydra ma'am but it really wasn't like so so we'll see i also don't think i mean and we didn't mention it but also we saw a goblin bomb or pumpkin bomb if you will with kind of a sinister laughed indicate the green goblin is somehow involved in i. I also agree with you. I you know outside of alfred molina. We really don't know for certain that anyone who is portrayed these characters in the past is going to necessarily reprise them here the beauty of doing a story about the multi verse in different timelines as you do whatever the heck you want here. You only mainly wanna right. The wrongs of the past. You can do that. I mean it so happens that you know. And i don't know if there's a controversial opinion or not but to me like alfred molina's doc was the cinematic spidey villain that we've gotten so far so like bringing him in in the flesh. You know no brainer. If he wants to do it but the others you wanna change the look the actor. Whatever you know you can do it. It's it's it's a variant is nothing. You're not beholden to anything. If it's a variant can get you can get an alligator to be one of these characters as we learned in lucky. There have been casting rumors around every character that appeared in the trailer. So you know. Rumors are to be believed which did point. I'm kind of in the camp of believing them. Jamie fox has already been brought back and and saying willem defoe and all the actors of those movies you know. They're more confirmed than andrew garfield and tobey. Maguire are and. I think at least from my my mind. There's a pretty safe bet. We're gonna get those characters but there's one detail that throws me off a little bit. If you look at peter in the scene where he at the end is looking at the the woman on in the car and then auto bursts out of the Thing and peter changes into a different costume. He's wearing the exact same suit that peter war in spiderman three so whether we're going to get a version of like Mcguire and garfield or peter's mind is going to like occupy their bodies and he's to deliver through them and maybe when they look in the reflection. Uc original actor or something. Like i could see them doing that. In having to be a very minor cameo thing and had peter literally living out the lives of all these different people because like auto sees you know. Tom hollander peter and says hello peter or at least we assume because they're going to be manipulative editing right. It is a trailer. So i don't know i my guess right now is actually i think. He's going to occupy role in their various universities. In terms of your original question. I mean if it is the sinister six. I mean again. It just comes down to how they do it. You know like people wanna say oh you know spiderman three or amazed by two had too many villains and that's what that's what brought them down but i mean you know fact of the matter is those are the two weakest movies of the spiderman franchise for a lot of other reasons such just because of the number of villains so a naturally right into the spider's shows you can have a half dozen villains and not even blink right exactly It just depends on how they how they're used. And and and you know like i also maintain like least were spiderman. Three certain villains. Were used. Well like i thought. Salmon was a stunning cinematic visual. Like an i liked. Thomas haden churches performance. So that's all they would have to be. Here is almost a stunning visual. I mean we've already introduced. I if audiences are familiar with these characters bring them in and let's just have fun with them. You know like i think. That's actually the trick. You know the problem with at least in my opinion the problem with the too many villains thing is they're all operating on an outdated mode of like introducing villains into movies. Which is you cast the mega star actor and then in order to justify the millions of dollars that you're paying them they need to split the screen time with the main character to some major degree right and so you can't just have them be a bit role that introduced without an origin story. So when you have like a movie with a ton of origin stories and all. These conflicting protagonists are are antagonists. Then you're moving gets really bogged down whereas into the spider verse doesn't even like bother to introduce ninety percent of the villain. They just assume you know who kingpin is. Even you know which i think is a fairly bit of a reach for you know. Most audiences designed tells you everything you need to know but most people i dare say in in average world donahue kingpin is or the non comics world if you will. I'm hopeful that they can kind of bring some of these characters in and just like whatever you know these guys. Let's just. Let's just have fun and the trailer i think is a great example of that. Definitely you wanna talk about the the slack and then we can get back to some more trello reaction dan. Yeah sure hundreds of listeners. Like you hang out in our community of spiderman fans on slack. The amazing spider slack community is absolutely free to join and you can jump into active conversations with awesome people about collecting conventions movies new comics comics and more bet. You can even talk about trailers there right then absolutely. We have a whole movies column and use spoilers column. So yeah there. We've been discussing this trailer but also this week we had a really fun. Breakout of listing their top five spiderman artists of all time and be catalogued in came up the ultimate list of who who is the most beloved of all so that was a lot of fun. I'm so yeah if you wanna join. It's awesome spiderman community. Just follow the lincoln description and be sure to say hi once. You're there let us know what you thought of.
"haden" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Most of them are decisions are not between a four hundred. Gm decisions are between. Thanks are very different from each other like right. When i finished talking to you do. I go and read the emails that i That i've gotten in the last hour or do i. I go home like the thanks of different types and that one of the is the comes from a very prominent idea in thinking about decision making this comes from Economics is well. How can you compare it apples. Oranges how can i compare reading my emails to going home to my kids. I have to put them in some common currency What is the value of reading these emails. What is the value for me of seeing my kids. And then i can just those two numbers and say which is highest in. That's what i choose. If i think about you know introspection on the best way to do science in any sense but it gives us ideas. It doesn't feel like that's what i decided right. I have no idea what the value of reading emails. Like who even those So a lot of so what we are saying. What i'm saying that paper together with ben haden from receive minnesota is that there isn't a lot of neural evidence either or even behavioral evidence to this fact that to this very prominent idea that we first calculate values and then based decisions on that. What's there are many other algorithms for decision making in for learning. That don't depend on that. That for instance will they are still learning. They're not you know gut feeling that is senseless. They're very sensible Algorithms but instance an algorithm. That says when i learned policies i learned behavioral policies. Not my valley By by doing something seeing that turned out well so you went home before reading my email and my kid said oh vomit so great to have you home early. Let's play a game. That will just increase my tendency in the future to go home early. The i didn't have to go through a value. I went through. I did something it turned out. Well so i do more of it. So these are called policy learning methods where you learn behavioral policy. And you don't have to go through wealth. Was that five point nine or six point two like who cares. So that's what that's what we're arguing. We're arguing that. The brain learns brandon. Smart all of that. It just doesn't have to compute values on the way because that's really hard and maybe not necessary. In most cases. I sent a from an economic bad. You respect there. So i think this is sort of a risk management problem. So it's me ask you this. I don't have insight into that. So so both a frame it in such a bay that what the brain is doing the list match. It's not really thanked maximize value exciting to minimize risks and you of lists are have higher moments in base skewed and hypothosis at vassar. Essentially you of you're trying to minimize that you couldn't do go read those emails on. Go home it's sort of this question. If you miss a important email that has some baby..
"haden" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"But i love man that stands up for his fanta. Wow casey sure. I'm gonna feed gylfi and here's why i liked in the episode where he was doing a gratitude list. He gave gratitude for his wife caboose. He'll be. I think his attitude is still fee. But i okay delfi or not. Dr daddy damon times. Everybody number one rather husband gylfi fate. All that's a man that loves. His wife loves family and he's smart. Yes dr david dan casey. I'm gonna give gylfi. I like daddy involved. I wanna give. I'm gonna give villafane. I know i'm throwing out these duties really be i've the attitude is still fee but yeah. Oh you're andy haden. I'm just playing till fear not delfi. Okay paul kevin sleeve. Pk ebony it's going to be a no for me. Okay kc. It's going to be a not guilty. Andy jolly joker. I'm going to do the same. Okay frank cassandra's senior. Do it for me. I know you popular opinion. Kc i'm going to give him a gop for for giving spongebob his ex wife's lover. I okay. I'm gonna do that to last. Stop jack's taylor. The age old question ebony pale know anything else. Okay case rose wilson disgusting. I'm going to say early. Jack's delfi all right. Thank you. I know i did a little. I know but i have more consequences here by the way avenue so much happening. Tonight's episode. is there anything else you wanted to get off your chest or clear up. Want people to know. I just want people to know.
Tape that: Dutch inventor of audio cassette dies at age 94
"Interesting because the Dutch inventor of the cassette tape, Lou Haden's passed away today at the age of 94. There's an estimated 100 billion cassette tapes that have been sold worldwide. And this guy was the man responsible for all those mixed tapes used to put together for your sweethearts and everything that he kind of developed a portable tape recorder in 1960. And I had this whole block of wood that he put in his pocket. That's that's how we judge the size. And he ended up losing that block of wood, trying to jack up his car. Tow change a tire at one point, But he also supervised the invention of the CD. And I'm wearing my cassette tape socks today to honor Mr Luana passed away
"haden" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers
"The nominees are leonard. Fournette as a running back ryan suck up. Placekicker can't believe he's going to get to. Pd's antonio brown wide receiver and joe hague ofensive of line. Wait what yeah. Are you telling me. Tom brady didn't make the list and tom brady. Tom brady sir. i'm like you i'm like. Did i forget to put tom brady. Yeah he was he was at the top of the list just because it's where he fell and like i i skipped over him. I was gonna come back to them. Try trying to put the suspense suspension. There yeah tom. Brady tom brady. Tom brady leonard. Fournette ryan suck in tonio brown edge. Joe hague rounding out the free agents of the year. Yeah pretty cut and dry d think. Joe haden has any chance in this category against tom. Brady got some sympathy votes. If he actually would have held onto the ball right what everyone is just mad at him. Because he took vitas touchdown attempt. Yeah you think about it. It was it was. It was a great call. Yeah because veto is in the game. And if you're gonna pull a trick play you'd probably put with vida because you've seen it before and They pulled it with joe hague instead. Yeah it's a good call and it's one of those like if it would have worked had been amazing. It didn't play by linebacker. Yeah free agent of the year and you can't believe it's gonna win too yeah. I think that there's any possibility people won't vote for tom. Brady just care. Because they're no he's going to probably win at least one if not two other awards on the we'll get we'll get some both. I think he'll break double digits. You know because Ten twelve votes no. I mean percentage. Wise okay okay. Yeah and who was in tonio brown and brown ryan suck up hague and leonard fournette. Cornet might get some too. Yeah because the people who vote for offensive player an mvp..
"haden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is all things considered from NPR News on Michelle Martin. Having a loved one who's convinced of things that just aren't true is frustrating and sometimes dangerous. False information can fuel violence like the attack on the U. S Capitol by pro Trump extremists. In his inaugural address, President Joe Biden called out the role of disinformation and stoking political tensions. Every disagreement doesn't have to be a cause for total war. We must reject the culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufacturing as NPR's Sarah McCammon reports, experts say, Dispelling manufactured information will take time on January 6th Hillary eyes it was watching TV with her husband when she started to worry. My husband are both political scientists were kind of nerdy. We watch C span a lot, and he When we were watching C span is when the writer started breaking into the Capitol eyes. It is a doctoral student in political science at the University of Michigan. Her dad lives in Utah, and she says he told her he was traveling to Washington, D. C to join the massive pro Trump rally planned for that day. When she saw what was unfolding on the screen. It scared her. I was mostly worried for his safety, and I texted him and he got back to me, and he just said, Don't believe everything that you're watching on TV. And that's when it was, um Like so I I don't believe like C Span or not. I'm not sure what he meant by that, but It was like it was this realization. I think we're coming from two very different realities. I reached out to eyes. It's dad to ask for his perspective, and he declined to comment eyes. It's pretty confident her father was not among the group that stormed the capital, but she's uncomfortable knowing he was there that day at all. Many people are feeling like they've lost loved ones to an alternate reality. A recent NPR PBS News Hour Marist poll found that only one in five Republicans except Biden's victory. James Hot and director of the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention at Virginia Tech has studied online extremism, He says The widespread acceptance of disinformation is dangerous for the country. We act on our police if you truly believe that the country is under attack, if if this, of course is not true, And you know, obviously poses a threat, Haden says. People often latch onto pieces of disinformation that align with their worldview and gradually begin to accept even bigger lies. You can get people to step Take small steps off the path of Truth or reality, or whatever you wanna call it, um more easily than taking a big leap. But if once you've once you've gone several yards off that path than the big leaps pretty easy to make those ideas can validate part of a person's belief system or identity, Haden says. And they're difficult to shake Dennis, a retiree from Maryland. As that we only use his first name for fear of his safety. In the current climate, he's grown increasingly worried about his daughter's embrace of false conspiracy theories about the election. She's talked about the election being stolen, and I pushed back on that that you know. The standard, You know, where is your proof? And how do you suppose this happened? I will say that he he actually used these terms and said that I was in La la land, but I really don't feel that I am. That's Dennis's daughter, Paula. She lives near Baltimore and says she's been a conservative all her life. Paula told me. She distrust many elected officials and cannot believe bide in one despite what many courts and elections officials have repeatedly confirmed. And regardless of what our dad says. I was a little bit irritated, but my response is well, I'm I'm there with 70 million other people. Then how did says one long term solution to this growing problem could involve better education in data literacy, teaching young people how to sort through fact and fiction in the short term, he says, if a loved one is spouting misinformation It's important to push back kindly and try to understand what led to that belief. I really don't believe that people started off believing that there are pedophile rings under a pizza place. You know something? Got them down that rabbit hole and you gotta understand what that root causes. Haden says. Justice people often take small steps toward conspiracy theories. They may need to gradually move away from them to Hillary eyes. It says she's not sure how to talk to her dad, but she anticipates some tough conversations. I think a lot of Americans are being forced to figure out what side they're on, you know, are you Crouching in the capital, hiding from writers or you writing the capital, and I think that means that it's going to change a little bit the dynamic with my my own family. Amy Bruckman, a professor at Georgia Tech, who studies Social computing, says personal relationships can help squash conspiracy theories. But also important, she says, our continued cooperation from tech companies in regulating social media and leadership from elected officials, I think a lot of these crazy ideas are a product of the time and having national leadership normalized crazy ideas. Makes people more likely to accept them. It will take time, Rockman says. But she's hopeful that little by little Americans will reject disinformation. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Washington We're gonna talk about voting now and yes, we did just have an election. But according to a New York based civil Rights organization, lawmakers across the country are now pushing proposals to change the way citizens vote next time. In Georgia, for example, lawmakers are proposing to require that voters sent two copies of a photo I d to vote absentee across the country. State lawmakers have proposed more than 100 bills to make voting more difficult, but there are also bills to make it easier to vote. That, according to a report this week from the Brennan Center for Justice that is a nonpartisan law and policy organization. Milena Perez is the director of the Brennan Center's voting rights and Elections program. And she is with us now to tell us more benefit us. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you so much for having me first. Could you just talk about the bills to make voting harder? Your report identified 106 bills across 28 states that Make voting rules more restrictive..
"haden" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Families in this city While they're feeding everybody else's family. They deserve that dollar an hour and we're out here to see that they get it. Market offered to 32% per hour raise, but employees who have never gotten a quarantine their essential workers want a full dollar. The NYPD currently searching for the gunman who killed a man inside of a Staten Island recording studio. Lisa's Oh, Bonnie, with the story, 23 year old Joe Haden Chancy is dead after being shot Saturday night while inside the studio on Van Do Sir Street in the Grimes Hill section. The Daily News reports. Video from the Ring doorbell camera shows chancy, one of the owners of Damon Low Iraq recording studio, opening the door just before eight and two men, one armed with a rifle rushing inside, Police say the suspect's fire itself. Shots hitting chancy in the back. He later died at the hospital. Lisa Salvati w o R knees, a noose was found hanging in the front yard of a North jersey residents. The homeowners discovered the white rope dangling from a tree outside their house early this morning and the Bergen County prosecutor's office along with the barrel on police, working together to find the person behind the incident. 16 pool halls that sued the Empire State to reopen amid the pandemic, have gotten the go ahead to rank him up even folk. Thomas has more David and upstate judge granting a preliminary injunction Thursday, allowing on Lee those pool halls who were part of the legal action to reopen as long as covert 19 safety protocols are in place. The 16 pool halls are located across the state and include Amsterdam billiards in the East Village. They've all been shuttered since March. 18th. Despite establishments like bowling alleys and casinos, subsequently allowed to reopen the state has argued that the felt covered billiard tables are uniquely hard to.
"haden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Hey, John. Just three weeks after Texas A de Cristal Kathy said he'd be back Texas fight. Heard head football coach Tom Herman today and, according to reports, Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Starkey Zeon will be hired as his replacement. The Longhorns went seven and three days season and Herman exits going 32 1 18 and four years at the helm. Meanwhile, Ole Miss rewarded head coach Lane Kiffin with a new contract today. Terms of that deal were not disclosed. Kevin leading the rebels to the Outback Bowl, which is going on right now They're playing at the half and Ole Miss Leeds number 11 Indiana 13 to 3. Also right now it's the Taxslayer Bowl. Third quarter and Kentucky leads number 23 NC State 13 Sick Coming UP number 25 Oregon takes on number 10, Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl, and then tonight Number five Texas A and M squares off against number 13, North Carolina in the Orange Bowl. The third time in four days. The Browns closed their facility after another coach tested positive for Cove in contact. Tracing continues as the Browns work remotely to prep for tomorrow's game against the Steelers. Cleveland can clinch its first playoff berth in 17 years with a victory. When the Saints play the Panthers. Tomorrow, they'll be forced to play without their entire running backs room Latavius Murray placed on the cove it list he joins Alvin Kamara, who was placed there yesterday. Duane Washington, Michael Burton and company also out all considered high risk close contacts. Globalist, obviously growing as The worry that tomorrow would not be back in time for the playoffs, but looks like he will be back if they play a wild card game on Sunday, But the schedule makers if they pick Saturday for a game. It won't happen. Steelers quarterback Joe Haden Reportedly That's positive for covert, which means helmets. The first round of playoffs along with tomorrow's game against the Browns and Washington's reportedly planning to start quarterback Alex Smith against the Eagles tomorrow night, is currently listed as questionable. But Smith practice this week and says he's feeling fine hasn't played since week 14 when he suffered the calf injury. Despite speculation his job could be jeopardy. Eagle's head coach Doug Peterson, is expected to return next season. Peterson scheduled to meet with Eagles brass on Tuesday. Top 25 college basketball finals from today Texas blew out Kansas 84 59 creating held off Providence, 67..
"haden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports flag. Hey, John, just three weeks after Texas A de Cristal County said he'd be back Texas fight. Heard head football coach Tom Herman today and, according to reports, Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Starkey Zeon will be hired as his replacement. The Longhorns went seven and three this season and Herman exits going 32 1 18 and four years at the helm. Meanwhile, Ole Miss rewarded head coach Lane Kiffin with a new contract today. Terms of that deal were not disclosed. Kevin leading the rebels to the Outback Bowl, which is going on right now They're playing at the half and Ole Miss Leeds number 11 Indiana 13 3. Also right now it's the Taxslayer Bowl. Third quarter and Kentucky leads number 23 NC State 13 Sick Coming UP number 25 Oregon takes on number 10, Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl, and then tonight Number five Texas A and M squares off against number 13, North Carolina in the Orange Bowl. The third time in four days. The Browns closed their facility after another coach tested positive for Cove in contact. Tracing continues as the Browns work remotely to prep for tomorrow's game against the Steelers. Cleveland can clinch its first playoff berth in 17 years with a victory. When the Saints play the Panthers tomorrow, they'll be forced to play without their entire running backs room Latavius Murray placed on the cove it list he joins Alvin Kamara, who was placed there yesterday. Duane Washington, Michael Burton and company also out all considered high risk. Close contacts. Globalist, obviously growing as The worry that tomorrow would not be back in time for the playoffs, but looks like he will be back if they play a wild card game on Sunday, But the schedule makers if they pick Saturday for a game. It won't happen. Steelers quarterback Joe Haden reportedly test positive for Cove it, which means he'll miss the first round of playoffs along with tomorrow's game against the Browns and Washington's reportedly planning to start quarterback Alex Smith against the Eagles tomorrow night. He's currently listed as questionable. But Smith practice this week and says he's feeling fine hasn't played since week 14 when he stuff for the calf injury. Despite speculation his job could be jeopardy. Eagle's head coach Doug Peterson, is expected to return next season. Peterson scheduled to meet with Eagles brass on Tuesday. Top 25 college basketball finals from today Texas blew out Kansas 84 59 creating held off Providence, 67. 65 America. Herskowitz I own football takes you around the NFL scores, breaking news highlights and interviews on CBS Sports Radio every football Sunday noon to eight Eastern.
"haden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Thank you very much. Just three weeks after Texas Sadie Crystal cause he said he'd be back. Texas fired head coach but Tom Herman today and according to reports, Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Starts, Sarkeesian will be hired as his replacement. Longhorns went 73 this season and Herman exits going 32 in 18 in four seasons at the helm. Meanwhile, Oh miss rewarded head Coach Lane Kiffin with a new contract Today. Terms of that deal not disclosed, given lead the rebels to the Outback Bowl, which is going on right now also said the SEC record for total offense in conference games after just one season and speaking of that Outback Bowl, they're playing in the second quarter. And almost leads Indiana 63 the other bowl game in progress. It's the Taxslayer Bowl, and they're also in the second quarter where Kentucky leads number. 23. NC State 10 ZIP Coming up number 25 Oregon will take on number 10, Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl, and tonight number five, Texas A and M will square off against number 13, North Carolina. In the Orange Bowl now to the NFL wher for the third time in four days, the Browns closed their facility. After another coach tested positive for Cove in 19 contact Tracing continues as the Browns work remotely to prep for tomorrow's game against the Steelers. Cleveland can clinch its first playoff berth in 17 years with the wind. When the Saints play the Panthers tomorrow, they will be forced to play without their entire running backs Room. The saviors Murray placed on the covert list. Dwayne Washington, Michael Burton and company also out all considered high risk close contacts of Alvin Kamara, who tested positive for covert yesterday. Tomorrow would be eligible to return from the coded list for a Sunday game on wild card weekend, but not a Saturday game. So I guess that'll be up to the schedule makers and Steelers quarterback Joe Haden reportedly test positive for covert 19, which means he will miss the first round of the playoffs along with tomorrow's game against the Browns. Washington's reportedly planning to start quarterback Alex Smith against the Eagles tomorrow. He's currently listed as questionable. Oh, but Smith did practice this week and says he's feeling fine. 7000 played since week 14 when he suffered a calf injury. It is a must win for Washington, which can lock up the NFC East title and its first playoff.
The Last of Us Part 2 State of Play Impressions
"Hello everyone my name. Is Jonathan Dornbush in this? Podcast beyond episode. I gotTA look at it. Because it's been so long since we last recorded an episode sort of is episode. Six hundred forty-seven of items weekly playstation podcast. Part too. Because boy oh boy have we today. I'm joined this week by the One and only Lucy O'Brien how a year Jonathan Morning. We've had so much so that it's now the afternoon those who didn't my tweet. Who listened or watched the show? We record an episode with the four of us. The whole cast was back together. I thought it was a great episode. We talked about a bunch of stuff and unfortunately due to some technical issues we lost the episode two but Louis Pods like it was so much great discussion so many great jokes going to hear it to the annals of time it's such a shame especially they'll never hear my rendition of holding out for a hero which I use to open the show. It was pretty great but I promise I would never do it again. As ethnic during the show you remember so well one time thing one time one time one time only and no one will ever hear but of course we do have plenty to talk about sorry they wanna get to it. I do want to mention at the time of this. This'll probably be a sugar episode. Do those technical limitations but we do have plenty of last of us are to to talk about. If you haven't seen already I confirmed and we did on Janice walls by twitter that I am playing and going to be reviewing the last of us to John. Their review embargo is June twelfth. At twelve o one am Pacific. I am not allowed to say anything else about the game other than I'm playing in reviewing it We will get into my impressions of the Review of course on June twelfth. So you can look forward to that but can tell us sitting here going hills cool. That's great full of envy me. I'm sorry I cannot wait to get my hands on this game. Well I can't tell you whether or not you should want to not wait or not. But you'll have to wait for my impressions till then but we can talk about is of course the state of play and the recent sort of inside the last of us videos that coming out. We delayed recording the episode this week. Of course to talk about the state of play. We got roughly a twenty minute deep dive into the sequel For those who didn't watch Did Washington the livestream? This is funny the basically saying the same stuff we did this morning. I definitely would recommend going to check out the four K. Like now uploaded version of the video on Youtube. Like if you watch the livestream. It just isn't the same qualities watching pretty gorgeous. Game play on the video as it has in the final player of what we got was a sort of overview of the mechanics. The story of the world a setting the stage by Neil Druckman the director of the game. And then a sort of eight minute chunk of gameplay that was following Ellie three whole SORTA scenario since I'm not wanting to blur the lines of what I can't say but for now. Lay Gimme a sort of overview and then we can get into the nitty gritty of it. How did you feel about the state of play showcase for the last love I it was? It was definitely the most impressive state of play for me. Pencil. A just the way it was presented by Neil And presented with a great deal of compassion by Neil considering the Times that we're in which I really appreciated And it was it was it. Was appropriate like hype. Reveal the not much to reveal obviously Iran noses game exists but like they showed intensive the for we will give it about the world and how you terrific CETERA. It really felt like I was in the crowd at an at an eighth shirk ace and the Made Light. That is kind of off for really from a state of play. I felt it was it was. It was really really really really great. Yeah that just brought to mind. Norfolk wants to talk about when I at this glad. I'm doing it here I back when I was in college. I we buy into a few threes by using school newspaper. And I got to go to this Sony. Press conference I believe where they did. The last one demo which was Joel basically going in and out of the apartment building and speaking around in that brutal showcase ended with I forget who was doing it But they finished it and they were like a real like power stance holding the controller and they dropped the controller like mic drop dead and walked off stage at the final kill and this game play sequence though evoked a lot of the same moment of like the you know to where we over a lot of the industry does but like the visceral nature of this cop out like this the sequel really seems to be leaning into the every little moment is going to matter. Every moment wants to be evocative whether it's gruesome brutal. Or you know by the skin of your teeth you use TV escape. Every little bit wants to be impactful which is ambitious but seems to be paying off in that demo. Yeah like I feel like I'm going to need to go for a massive run and then like sink three whiskeys before I stop playing this game. You know what I mean. I'm going to have to get some sort of energy out of me into the be in a very kind of calm head. Space in order the Because it does. It's we've always known that the lost of US Brutally unforgiving well Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But again. I always forget that these characters that I love Massive shakes I do really care about the face of these characters. I do really care about what happens to the majority that they go on and I think one of the most profound moments for me in this particular demo was win l. e. the Veto would be working woman. She will fit forever. The immobilisers woman playing hotline Miami on a station Vita before the last thing she does west gets killed. How did die playing me? All that's heartbreaking on so many levels I'm sure it's how Greg Miller wants to go out one of the moments. That really reminded me of the series kind of eating hot. You know it's it's it's humanity Is when Ellie does stabbed this woman in the neck and it's it's gross in of sudden it's easy and the whole tussle is sort of frustrating. You know any kind of since. La's frustration in that moment. And she says that was dumb. Like you know something like that was. That was really stupid. That was really don and like yes that that whole thing was dominoes on. This area was like that that women didn't need to to try to turn around and try and kill Ellie like it was also unnecessary. Wholesome scenario seems frustrating and it was also like the way she said it was kind of like placing it's been used like it was slightly like bleakly. Funny you know and it just again. It just reminded me of L. E. is this is Ellie. I flipped I got like she. She is she is funny. She is You know there is so much of humanity tour. She's like despite the fact that she's very much being presented as like a much much more. I don't WanNa say cold-blooded but I guess there's no other word for it. Like she's much more a she she's had to survive. Long time in this very unforgiving world like Biz chief. Haden's I really get that sense but at the same time she still ellie and I really just that little low really brought that harmful in this in the state of play
Is Trump abusing his power over the judiciary?
"This is news in focus where we offer our insights into the stories that matter before we go any further. I want to address today. Sentencing of a man Roger Stone Roger Stone. He's become the sentencing of Roger Stone. A LONGTIME CONFIDANTE DONALD TRUMP for lying to Congress obstruction and witness tampering was mired in controversy. Over how the. Us Justice Department handled the case under public pressure from the president. Mr Stone received a forty month sentence whereas prosecutors had recommended that he serve up to nine years. This followed seven cases of presidential clemency for White Collar criminals whose convictions included extortion fraud and lying to White House officials. Yes we have commuted. The sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail We have Birdie character we have Mike Milkin. Who's gone around and done an incredible job? Offer is the independence of America's judiciary under threat. Or as Mr Trump simply using the powers a lot to him on the line with me to discuss this is ed loose. Us National Editor and columnist and Cottam Schober US legal and enforcement correspondent. I let's hear a clip from president trump taken. Just a couple of days before stone sentencing. Just so you understand. I chose not to be involved. I'm allowed to be totally involved. I'm actually I guess the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the country but I've chosen not to be involved but he is a man of great integrity. But I would be. I could be involved if I wanted to be man of integrity he is referring to is the US Attorney General William Bar but is this credible given the tweets he published before the sentencing of Roger. Stone got tell us first about the case of Roger Stone which you've covered for the F. T. Who was he exactly? What was his crime? And was the sentence particularly lenient for this kind of case. Roger Stone is a flamboyant veteran political operative in the US. His career goes all the way back to working on Richard Nixon's election campaign and he has basically been the person you call as a Republican presidential candidate. When you want to get your hands dirty. He called himself a dirty trickster and he is an expert in this sort of Makir side politics in the two thousand sixteen election. He was a sort of informal adviser to Donald Trump. And one of the things he was trying to do was make contact with wikileaks. When it became known that wikileaks had a trove of hacked emails from the Democrats to use it for political gain. The thing that he was convicted of is in two thousand seventeen when Congress began investigating. What exactly went on to twenty sixteen election? The House Intelligence Committee called on Mr Stone and asked him about some of the comments he had made during the campaign and Mr Stone lied to. Congress about who is intermediary was or who he was referring to when he was talking about having an intermediary allied when. He said that he didn't have any documents or any written materials or any taxed of his conversations with that intermediary. The sentence he eventually received was actually probably pretty in line with what other sort of white collar criminals convicted of lying to. Congress or the government have received the key issue in his case was he had threatened a longtime friend of his who was also another witness. Basically saying don't contradict my story and those thrashed included threatening his dog for example the key issue at stake was whether he was serious about that and whether therefore has sent should be jacked up significantly because he had made violent threats and eventually the judge took the view that although it was serious that he'd made violent threats. The person that he had threatened didn't actually feel like they were going to experience violence. Ed Tell us a bit more about Mr Stone. And the history of his friendship with the President and whether you think Mr Trump's tweets constituted interference in the judicial process. Yeah as I said. He's a flamboyant dirty tricks. Who GOES WAY BACK TO LATE? Six hundred seventy trump maximum in the late seventies. He was introduced to try but he quickly hit it off. They shed philosophy of you know playing to win that no method is invalid. Never apologize never explain. Stone set up with couple of other people are very well known lobby group in Washington. One of his clients was trump who was seeking tax breaks a casino. He was setting up in Atlantic City. And really they've been great friends since then so the ties between trump and stone go along way that very deep and they're often allegedly nefarious in terms of the League outlook from this. I have no doubt that trump will seek to podcastone fast opportunity. Trump's on the Guy Senate acquittal spring cleaning of his administration ruthlessly seeking out anybody who isn't very very loyal so to get rid of weather that Meghan appointees the civil savage. Anybody perceive does slightly disloyal. Not Enough is being pledged. Loyalty is a hugely important hugely. Important thing to trump and stern has shown loyalty he has not. He is not divulged things that have damaged the president. He's showing toughness. He's been very Trumpian in how he's dealt with. Franchi's accused the judge me by of being a biased judge which she's rejected this very trumpian and I have no doubt that it will culminate in at some point. President trump pardoning Roger Stern question about what trump actually did part of the reason. Roger Stone was so controversial. Was that line prosecutors involved in this case we're uncomfortable with what Mr Trump and the justice department we're doing. Can you explain that to viewers and why it was such a problem so there are four prosecutors who secured Mrs Jones conviction trial so the trial team? They filed their sentencing recommendation which was seven to nine years which there's no bones about it. That's a serious sentence for anybody to serve and then that evening all of a sudden early hours of the morning so after midnight trump tweets calling it a miscarriage of justice. He says this is unacceptable and Lo and behold the very next day the DOJ which is the US Department of Justice DOJ officials. Start saying that they agree that the sense would be unwarranted and adair kind of reverse it. The following day afternoon we see all four the prosecutors quit the case including one of them actually quits his job at the DOJ entirely and subsequently a new sentencing recommendation is put forward. Which says we'RE NOT GONNA ask for a particular sentence but it ought to be far less than seven to nine years. The idea that four prosecutors would quit a case. All at once is astonishing and it was a very serious and important moment and DOJ his trip shook the DOJ. It was a very dramatic moment in Washington and the question then was was doj senior leadership. William bar the. Us Attorney General. Was He reacting to an order from trump or was something else going on now the lion that DOJ has stuck to is that there was a miscommunication between the US Attorney's office in Washington DC and between main justice headquarters also in DC? But they're separate offices. Basically Mr. Barr says he was not expecting to see a seventy nine year recommendation. The new prosecutor brought on sat at the sentencing that the prosecutors who filed a recommendation that you good faith and thought that they had been given approval to do so and so Mr Bar said listen. This is not about trump. This is about. I think that that sentence was appropriate and I was not told about what was going on. The important thing here is whether or not Mr trump explicitly ordered the attorney general chains recommendation. It's still gets to this question about how our friends of the president being treated in their cases now it's pretty common across the US for federal prosecutors to request tough even harsh sentences. That's not unknown. You don't often see the attorney general weighing in to ask for lighter sentences and certainly DOJ policy at the moment is to prosecute people to the fullest extent of the law to secure the longer sentences possible so whether or not Mr Trump's tweets were an express order to Mr Bar that he followed a whether he was acting independently. It still gets to this question about if your friend of the president. How are you going to be treated by this? Doj while we're on the subject of Friends of the president. The other thing that happened last week was a series of presidential pardons for White Collar criminals specifically several that have connections to Mr Trump. I talk about Michael Milkin. What did he do and why does it matter that he was pardoned? Michael Milkin is to people on Wall Street a hero. He effectively invented the junk bond or high yield bond market in the eighties and then he was brought low by prosecutors and the SEC and eventually guilty to securities fraud and nine hundred ninety. He served about twenty two months in prison after being initially sentenced to ten years. Ever since then he's been rebuilding his reputation. He's a philanthropist. Now has the Milken Institute and for a long time people on Wall Street rich and powerful people have felt that he was prosecuted unjustly and deserved a pardon. The other person. Mr Trump pardon rod blagojevich is perhaps less of a popular figure in any area. He was the former Democratic governor of Illinois and was prosecuted for trying to extort a children's Hospital for campaign contributions and also trying to sell the vacated Senate seat of Barack Obama when he became president his case involves some quite lurid wiretap quotes. Where he talked about Mr Obama's Tennessee. Being a very valuable thing with various explosives and that he wasn't going to give it away for nothing. The fact that these pardons came just a day or two before Roger. Stone's sentencing is pretty mistake -able signal of Mr Trump's power to grant clemency. Whatever case that he wants so prosecutors can go after his fans and associates. Jerry can commit crimes. Judge can sentence them to however long they want ultimately. Mr Trump has under the constitution the pardon power and that was a pretty stark exercise of that pardon power on the eve of a close friend of his being sentenced. Ed Do you think we're gonNA see more interventions this spy trump perhaps related to the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the election. People like Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Who Manafort I think would definitely be a case for another pop and I would be very surprised if Michael Cohen Without Him. Because Michael Cohen Tablet Trump describes a rat in that inimitable. Kind of multi language that the president sometimes uses Michael. Cohen testified to Congress very damagingly against president. Trump's he's considered to be a tax cut. The thing that links you know all these Haden's whether it's Michael Milkin Rod Blagojevich Obama Carrick. Us police commissioner who was the security guard incidentally for Rudy Giuliani. The thing that links all of them is that they're pretty well connected people who've committed white-collar crimes and who have upbeat through Fox News. In some cases that Bregovic wife spoke on Fox News. He carrots by on Fox News to capture the president's attention and I think the pattern is again very trumpian thing. It's it's about. People who trump identifies with he feels as acute. Did he feels. He's fatty toxic at he. Identifies WITH OTHERS. Who fit that description again though. The role of connections and of mutual friends and a Fox as dishing platform for pardon. These are very common. There's a pattern here. How big a cause of concern is all this. I mean it's trump's use of the pardon power markedly different from other presidents will Clinton famously on his last day in office Rich Hedge Fund billionaire and friend of the Clintons Madonna to the Clintons and that caused a lot of bad blood. Clinton was heavily criticised for intervening on behalf of a friend and it stood out and I guess the reason I mentioned that is it. Was Fatty unusual. It's now completely normal. Trump has happened many many people who under the inventions of us? Pardon history wouldn't ready quantify so I think he has changed quite dramatically and just to add on. There's an interesting historical link year. Another controversial use of the pardon power in the past was George H W Bush who infamously pardoned a whole swath of former officials who are indicted in connection to the Iran Contra Scandal and bill bar the current. Us Attorney General was back then also attorney general and so Mr Bar He had pushed not just for one. Pardon of Caspar Weinberger. Who was the former Secretary of defense? He said listen. If you're gonNA pardon any of these people you have to pardon all of them. I think his quote was in for a penny in for a pound and so you may have the curious historical echo if MR trump loses later this year of his attorney general at the end of his time in office being the same attorney general at the end of George W Bush's time in office advising him on. You know who to pardon before he leaves Hamas all this been received in Washington and then around the US do people care. It's been received as many other actions by president trump being received with a high temperature reaction inside the Washington. Beltway and shrug outside the GNOMES that being trashed here in a row very significant look at the powers of the presidency. The procedures the the president uses before he acts and the conventions so that being shredded caused great angst in Washington. Dc across the political divide and almost badly registered a ripple outside of Washington. The same of course applies to impeachment. It really didn't resonate much isn't resonating match in the Democratic primaries. In places like Iowa New Hampshire and so I think this is far far lower. It may be it should be different than ideal while but it registered FAFA LOA on the vote says right of than than even impeachment.