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"haslam" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Because rich without it, he's available now. Well, as of Monday, to talk to anyone. How is that going to play out, especially when we've seen multiple teams preemptively slam the door in his face before he's even on the porch because they don't want to get to the point where he says I want a 5 year fully guaranteed contract. So he's the one that's going to have to go out and initiate contact. He's the one that's going to have to figure out what to do. Or just sit back and wait and see if anyone shows up. I'm still fascinated by the possibility of commanders making a play for Lamar Jackson, but right now there's no sense that anybody is ready to swoop in, putting off her on the table that he'll accept. At some point, he's got to do a deal with someone. At some point in his life, presumably he will do a long-term contract with someone. The time is now, but again, it will be easier to get to that point if he has an agent. So this is a big mess. And rich, we're closer than I think people realize that the possibility that I'm not playing at all. In 2023, because if he doesn't sign a long-term deal and the ravens don't sound too long-term deal and we get the July 16 and all he can do is a one year deal. And he says to the ravens, I'm not planning for 32.4 million. Balls in their court at that point. Do they offer him more they call his bluff and does he sit out? 2023 because he refuses to play for 32 four. I can't imagine that, Mike. But you're also the perfect person to ask that because when the word collusion gets thrown around, you're the one with the least fear of using it and sussing it out and pointing it out. You're hearing all this stuff. But you also just laid out all the reasons why there might not be a market for him. Do you think there is some sort of collusion going on here? Rich, I think the collusion happened last year. The seeds were planted then and the flowers are starting to pop up now. When deshaun Watson gets the 5 year fully guaranteed contract from the browns who were desperate and it was a great job by athletes first and David to create a market for deshaun Watson when he had 20 plus civil lawsuits pending had the saints Panthers falcons and browns all at the table through the browns aside at the perfect moment. They had pissed off Baker Mayfield. So back from the browns with the 5 year fully guaranteed deal, but the reactions to that at the league meetings last year. On the record comments from guys like Raven's owner Steve bisciotti, falcons owner Arthur blank. And people ask me, well, how does collusion happen in the NFL? Here's what happens. You have 32 different businesses that are supposed to be competing on everything. There was a case in the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010 that made it clear that the NFL is 32 independent businesses. It is not one business tied together with 32 branches. It's 32 independent businesses. So when they get together four times a year, rich, it's like the CEOs of McDonald's Burger King Taco Bell subway Arby's Kentucky fried chicken long John Silver's. All getting together at a resort somewhere and comparing notes on how they're going to do business and how they're going to pay employees. And that's a blatant antitrust violation. The law prohibits that. So to the extent that some of the Haram thing that was going on last year among the billionaires about what Jimmy haslam did with the browns deshaun Watson contract to the extent that happened and to extend that stock, that's what's causing teams now to generally say we just don't. And they're not going to come out and say it. So you don't have to come out and say it if you never even talk to them. I think that's what's going on. If you never engage him, you never get to the point where you tell him no to his deshaun Watson proposal. And then we don't have a stream of reports that the falcons won't do it. The Panthers won't do it. The dolphins won't do it. The jets won't do it. This team won't do it. That team won't do it. Then it looks a lot more like evidence of collusion. That's the reality. The collusion happens. It's impossible to prove it. So, I mean, and you kind of just laid out what Watson's agent did on his behalf, and that's the sort of thing that Lamar could use right here. So before I let you go, Mike, what does next week look like? Give me the headlines, 'cause we're obviously so stuck on when Rogers make a decision and what's happening with Lamar, what happened with him? Give me the stars of next week outside of those two. know how it goes by now ever since the NFL put that negotiating window in place, even though free agency technically opens on Wednesday at 4 p.m. eastern. It starts at noon. When you go on the air Monday, that's when it starts because what's gonna happen is the negotiating window open. But within 5 minutes, I mean, by the time you're live and come back from the top of the hour break, there may be news that someone has agreed to a deal with someone. That's what happens.
"haslam" Discussed on AP News
" AP sports, I'm sure Freeman, the Los Angeles Lakers could be without LeBron James for several weeks, James has suffered a foot injury with more test results pending. A huge loss for the Charlotte hornets, lamella ball broke his ankle, while injured himself on a non contact play, he had 18 points on 6 three pointers in Charlotte's one 17 one O 6 weight over Detroit. Jimmy Butler took over in the final minute and a half to help lead Miami to a one O one 99 win at Philadelphia. We got some stocks, got out in transition. In Juan, no matter how we do it, we got one on the road. Here in Philly, and that's all we want. James Harden had a chance to win the game for the sixers, but his three pointer at the buzzer bounced out. New York over Boston one O 9 94 and Orlando beat New Orleans one O one 93. Jimmy haslam from the NFL's Cleveland Browns is now in the NBA as well. He has purchased 25% stake in the Milwaukee Bucks from bucks co owner, Marc lasry. In the NHL, Colorado best at Las Vegas for nothing that's a 6th straight win for the ebbs and right wing mikko rantanen. I think the defensive habits we have been we've been really, really good at those better than we were before, you know, and even if we're not playing that great overall, we're just still defending hard. Vancouver top Dallas 5 four and overtime, Anaheim for Chicago two, Ottawa beats Detroit 6 to two Boston overcame two goals from high scoring Conor McDavid to win their 7th in a row. Grew in Nick foligno, says giving up to two on contested goals to McDavid as a reminder, the bruins aren't perfect. Don't get me wrong. Guys, best player in the world, obviously. But, you know, you give them a couple, right? And I think in our game, if we can limit those, we just become a more dangerous team. And I think that's something that we can work towards and just understanding how crucial those little moments are and not giving teams momentum. Barry traps will be the new GM in Nashville. He takes over the summer for the retiring David poyle. NFL quarterback Carson Wentz has been released after one season with Washington, college basketball, 7th ranked Baylor by 6 over Oklahoma state. Check Freeman. AP sports.
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"AP sports, I'm sure Freeman, the Los Angeles Lakers could be without LeBron James for several weeks, James has suffered a foot injury with more test results pending. A huge loss for the Charlotte hornets, lamella ball broke his ankle, while injured himself on a non contact play, he had 18 points on 6 three pointers in Charlotte's one 17 one O 6 weight over Detroit. Jimmy Butler took over in the final minute and a half to help lead Miami to a one O one 99 win at Philadelphia. We got some stocks, got out in transition. In Juan, no matter how we do it, we got one on the road. Here in Philly, and that's all we want. James Harden had a chance to win the game for the sixers, but his three pointer at the buzzer bounced out. New York over Boston one O 9 94 and Orlando beat New Orleans one O one 93. Jimmy haslam from the NFL's Cleveland Browns is now in the NBA as well. He has purchased 25% stake in the Milwaukee Bucks from bucks co owner, Marc lasry. In the NHL, Colorado best at Las Vegas for nothing that's a 6th straight win for the ebbs and right wing mikko rantanen. I think the defensive habits we have been we've been really, really good at those better than we were before, you know, and even if we're not playing that great overall, we're just still defending hard. Vancouver top Dallas 5 four and overtime, Anaheim for Chicago two, Ottawa beats Detroit 6 to two Boston overcame two goals from high scoring Conor McDavid to win their 7th in a row. Grew in Nick foligno, says giving up to two on contested goals to McDavid as a reminder, the bruins aren't perfect. Don't get me wrong. Guys, best player in the world, obviously. But, you know, you give them a couple, right? And I think in our game, if we can limit those, we just become a more dangerous team. And I think that's something that we can work towards and just understanding how crucial those little moments are and not giving teams momentum. Barry traps will be the new GM in Nashville. He takes over the summer for the retiring David poyle. NFL quarterback Carson Wentz has been released after one season with Washington, college basketball, 7th ranked Baylor by 6 over Oklahoma state. Check Freeman. AP sports.
"haslam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Broadcasting on diamond sports. The New York Post reports that's according to sources close to the situation. Diamond sports, the owner of 21 regional bally sports networks, may fetch $3 billion, including its debt. Diamond retains minority stake in this proposal. A fan arrested for allegedly throwing a plastic water bottle and hitting Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy haslam will likely be barred from first energy stadium. Police say it happened during the closing moments of Sunday's 31 30 home loss to the New York Jets. Cleveland police said that Jeffrey Miller, 51 of rocky river, was charged with assault and disorderly conduct. Authorities say Miller was spotted by stadium video surveillance throwing the model. But the Bloomberg business of sports report on Michael Barr. The Alzheimer's association and the ad council present the story of Tom and Levi. Tom is the smartest man I know. He's been a professor at two major universities, been a teacher for over 40 years. One day, he told me that he was having problems in his classes. I think one of the students had asked the question and he didn't remember the answer. I also noticed that he was letting his class out earlier than they were supposed to let out. And he was telling them that he was doing it as a favor to them, but I think in reality he just wanted to give out of there. I was really starting to worry 'cause I saw something is wrong. Levi and I talked about outward change in our lives. But he was there beside me at my love for him was just
"haslam" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"There was a whole bunch of different things on offer. And at the time, 2010, sixers were not a good team. So there were, you could bid on different things. So there was tickets to a sixers game. So I put my name on the list for the minimum bid. And I figured, well, somebody else will come in behind me and outbid me. So I'm not going to have to pay for these tickets and go to this game. Literally nobody else at the auction bid on the sixers tickets. And I was like, bummer. Now I've got to pay for this and go to this game. It turned out to be Allen Iverson's return game. So what I ended up working out great and it was really cool to see everybody like super excited about having him back in the building. But it really was just like the farewell tour, right? Yeah. It was thank you for your service. We appreciate it. We're going to cheer the hell out of you. We're going to pack the building one last time and it didn't last very long. But this is a much better run for udonis haslam in his never ending farewell. How much longer do you think he can do this? He's 42. This is Tom Brady. This is going to be his last season. I'm pretty confident. I'm not reporting that. Okay. But I'm 99% confidence that this is going to be his final season. I think he wanted to get to 20 nice round number. And yeah, he played a little bit last season. He played a little bit more and I enjoyed his minutes. I think he can still actually be rotation back up big defensively in the regular season at least. Yeah, I genuinely the years that Hasan Whiteside was on the team, which they were starting. Udonis has them over him. I saw this on white side at the Fort Lauderdale airport when I landed in Florida a couple of weeks ago. I wonder if he's going to land anywhere. All right, John, you teased a mystery mailbag question to me via text. That I want to get to now. You said this is a crowdsourced mailbag question of sorts. Yeah. So yeah, the floor is yours, brother. I want to take you through something that happened to me over the weekend. It is kind of a crowdsourced mailbag question. So what happened was, I'm on Twitter, you know, doom scrolling per use. And I see Mikhail bridges, tweet something. And he tweets out damn mets hold that L, right? So Mikael bridges went to Villanova. He's affiliated guy, like all failure guys. We hate all things New York, especially including the mets.
"haslam" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"In some way by deshaun Watson, I think that if I were the NFL, this would matter to me. And again, because it's hard to predict now, you know, there are some people who've told me, Gary, that once this judge issues her ruling on this, that Watson may just take it. And the browns may urge him to just take it because you would think it wouldn't get any lighter going to Roger Goodell. Yeah. You know, because Roger Goodell can essentially say, we set this system up for a reason. You know, to have a neutral party do this. The one thing I'm unclear on if it's appealed to Roger Goodell and they're trying to get the sanction lessened if they appeal to Roger Goodell could Goodell actually make it worse. And that's something I don't know. The NFL has been really has been really quiet about this and about the process. I think because they want to be seen as having an open mind on this. So Peter, I mean, I know you, it's funny. You profiled Roger Goodell and I actually talked about that on another podcast around the NFL podcast recently. I still remember your story on Roger Goodell Wright and breaking up the bar fight, right? It wasn't he wasn't he like a bar backing somewhere and like broke up some sort of massive dust up or something. There was a bar fight when he worked at a bar in college and a guy had a gun and Goodell the owner of the bar told me this story said Goodell got this guy to go home. You know, he said we don't we can't have any trouble here. You know, I'm paraphrasing. And he got this hothead to go home and take his gun home. And look, I think I think Roger Goodell sees himself as in some ways as a peacemaker in some ways as a conciliatory type guy. Probably, I think, I think people in and around the league would see that as maybe he's really trying to do that a little bit more now, having learned in some of his other disciplinary ventures like with ray rice. I think he would, I think what he wants to do is he wants to be respectful to the women. But he also wants to be fair to the Cleveland Browns. So I think this is going to be a very tough call if Goodell has to end up hearing an appeal on this. And it's going to be a tough call because I happen to think that this is one of the worst decisions I've ever seen in owner make in all the years I've covered the NFL. And that is Jimmy haslam in D haslam. Giving the biggest guaranteed contract in the history of the league to a guy with 22 swords of damocles hanging over his head. The civil lawsuits. Now it's 23. I find it bizarre and it's not just, it's not just haslam. And it's not just involving the Cleveland Browns. This is going to have tentacles into what the Chargers do with Justin Herbert and obviously with the Bengals do with Joe burrow. And the reason I mention those two is that Mike Brown can not give, I shouldn't say can not give. I think it probably be difficult for him to find the money to guarantee that contract too because for people who don't know this. When you guarantee a contract in the NFL, you have to take virtually all of the money that you're guaranteeing and put it in escrow. So Mike Brown is going to have to dig up and it's a weird formula that doesn't involve the first year of the contract. So let's just say that Mike Brown, you know, in signing Joe burrow would have to find a $175 million. This is a family owned business. I'm not saying they don't have a 175 million if they absolutely had to raise it. They probably could come up with it. I don't know. But it's almost the same thing, you know, with the spanos family. Even though there is some outside business with the spanos family, that's basically a football business. So that contract, the reason that I reported this going into the league meetings, there were a lot of people very unhappy with the haslams. And I think they still are because that contract is going to reverberate around the league. But again, as far as what will happen with the league's penalty toward them, I think it could go in a lot of different ways. And one of the ways, I think the common sense why Mike florio wrote about this and makes all the sense in the world to me is you give him one penalty for this season, like you say, okay, 6 games. You're out for the first 6 games. And then if he ends up having to pay 50 million to his victims, he loses the civil suit or whatever, whatever the number is. So in other words, admitting some sort of guilt, you know, could the NFL come back next year and say, well, wait a second. You know, you've now admitted what you didn't admit a year ago, so could they give them a few more games in 2023? I don't know, but I think there's a lot of different possibilities on the table in the penalty to be given to deshaun Watson. Do you think that there's a chance? I mean, I think that we've all heard, you know, there was always those discussions about when the Patriots were really good and there was pressure on roger allegedly to come down on them for things like the deflated football. Issue or whatever it was, do you feel like owner anger is collective and serious enough that they're in roger's ear being like, hey, you gotta bury these guys with this thing. I doubt it. Because you can't penalize a team over the size of a contract, they give a player. That can't be a part of this. They may hate it, but that can't be a part of this deal. I don't think they're doing that. But as if there are some owners who were saying, we have got to take a stand on this behavior. And we can't let deshaun Watson skate on this, no matter how valuable he is to the browns. I could see them saying that. But I can't see them involving the.
"haslam" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Most of them are Philly and New Yorkers, so they root for the sixers or the next. But everybody roots for Yanis. He's so much fun. All right, so you mentioned the heat. We're going to start at the top of the Eastern Conference. As we record this, the heat are nominally in first place that the only team in the Eastern Conference to clinch a playoff spot so far, but stav. I don't know if you saw what happened. I'm licking my chops. Against the Golden State Warriors, not only did the heat lose at home, but they imploded. They imploded in full public view of everybody. There is a huddle and udonis haslam gets after it with Jimmy Butler Jimmy Butler, I guess, was acting up a little bit. It puts him in his place. And the weird thing here, I want to run this past year because so Jimmy was fighting a two front war, which we all know you can't do. Military strategy tells you that I guess. But so he hits on an argument. Simultaneously with both Udonis Haslem and his coach Eric spoelstra. And so two things happen, I want to ask you which one you thought was better. Did you like Udonis Haslem telling him I'll beat your ass, I'll be your ass, or Eric spoelstra asking what you want me to bleeping fight you? Yeah. I did like it because again, I like the idea that the heat are falling apart here. I like it because back to Giannis, they seem like the most spiritually together team and we can get, we can get into that. But I love that. I mean, look, you've done this haslam. It's like, that's what the guy is there for. To me, it was like, he's on call to deal with this exact thing. That's the only thing he gets paid for is to throw his body in front of the coaching staff. He's basically the coach that will fist fight a player if he gets a little if he gets a little bit healthy, right? So to me, that was just, that was you Donna's going through the motions if anything. It didn't even feel particularly inspired to me. But. Literally like his energy, I mean, he was like, what, do you want to fight? But he wasn't backing down. And that was, again, I mean, I think he's the best coach in the league, and he is. And that's part of it too, where it's like, it's not just that he is an incredible, you know, I mean, just to get this team to be number one in the east right now, although I think it's going to fall apart. Fingers crossed here. This is the closest it's been in a while..
"haslam" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"But he handled it perfectly. And then this one, like, checked every box. When he stands up, butler stands up. And suppose stands up and it's like, he's kind of getting in between him and haslam, but he's also kind of like, I'm fucking right here, dude. There was a physicality to it that I enjoyed. When he does, you know, they've gone, the players have gone away from the bench. And he has come back around and he's thrown the he's thrown the clipboard and he's still so fired up, but there's still that thing in his head that's like, I'm in public and a lot of people are watching this. I can't go ballistic. And so it looks like he's trying to like hold in like he's like he's constipated or something. Like he's so upset. There's so much rage there, but he doesn't want to step over into like, he doesn't want to go into haslam territory. Right. And then butler, who reigned himself in, it seemed like a little bit. Because if he had escalated at all, it would have been a situation. I was at the game when Durant draymond went each other. And I actually have a cell phone video, 'cause I started taping it at one point. Were you right behind the bench? I was behind the bench closer to the clipper side. But I was watching it because I saw them get mad at each other. They were walking off the court. So I kind of followed them. And everybody else was about to go to overtime, but I was like, uh oh. I could just see it. And then all of a sudden, people are standing and boogie cousins is involved. Oh my God, I'm filming it with my phone. These things are great. Ultimately, we love to do the thing after the fact where people are like, it means nothing. This is what happens on the court. Yeah. I am a proponent of that 90 7% of the time. But sometimes it does mean something. It's something that night with Durant and draymond. And everybody is like, it's fine. It was like, it did not seem fine. It seemed like it had crossed the line. And I wonder with the heat like, did this cross the line or not? I guess we're going to find out. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, you know, like a butler seems to be pretty comfortable with conflict..
"haslam" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"We are going to talk about OKC and Jimmy Butler and then the Tyler awards for the 2022 NBA season. I want to start with Jimmy Butler 'cause it's fresh. We're still a lettuce podcast with it today. Did a whole thing about how butler has burned his bridge and every city he's been in. I was so fascinated. It's been a while with the NBA. I mean, they are test melee is obviously the peak. That's the granddaddy. That's the ten out of ten of just rewatching the same thing over and over again. Noticing new things each time. Yes. I watched the multiple angles. Thank God for Twitter. Of the Jimmy Butler thing blowing up. And each time I would become fascinated by something else, one time I was watching just caram butler, who's just not moving for 40 seconds, who's just so unimpressed by any sort of animosity? It's amazing how just undisturbed. He sort of is at that point. It's almost like he's like looking at that he saw like someone knocked on his door and he came outside to look and it's like, oh, there's no one there. He's like a second line at the Jack in the box. Wait for his order. The whole team is busting around him. Then you had Duncan Robinson who I felt like looked like the almost famous drummer during the plane crash scene where he's like, oh man, can't we just get, can we just get some food? I'll get along and just has this kind of panic look on his face. He wants no part of it. Suppose faces? Oh my God. Who knew? Who knew he had it in him? He was doing the thing, especially once he got up, like at first, you know, you could tell he's like, he couldn't even believe it was happening to him? Yeah, he had the are you fucking kidding me, look at that. It was like a, it was like, is this actually what's about to happen is what's happening, the thing that is just going to continue to happen to me, what's happening right now is this actually happening. I'm going to fight my player. He had that spot to him. And then once he got up, because he got up to go, you know, talk to him some more after it. And that's when he came with the unbelievable, unbelievably graceful, very accurate, perfect touch with the clipboard going down. Really nice. Made a sound, even on the audio basically. And didn't have to and didn't have to get aggressive with it really, like there was obviously aggression behind it, but he could have, he could have been reckless with it and broke the clipboard and that clipboard spine today. That clipboard sees that again today. It's probable for today's game. Absolutely. The scatters, the papers scattered in multiple directions, which is, I think, what you want in that scenario if you're spell, you want a little bit of an explosion there. We had the PJ Tucker to kind of triple take. Look away. Like, oh my God, is this my teammate and coach about to have a fight in the huddle? It took me a little bit to see it on and I forget what she it might be, I think it's the behind the bench angle. It was like the first angle that came out. Not the warriors. Broadcast angle. But the behind the one with the laffy emojis. You can see them starting point when haslam is like fully fully in it, you know? Yeah. You can see, I think it's Caleb Martin is the Martin brother that's on the heat. You can see him. He does like the get back coach in college football move where he grabs him. By the way, and you can tell he's like, he feels he has to do it. He can't not do it like because it was about to happen, but he does not want to be grabbing as no, he does not, you know, yeah. And I think chasm is can go from zero to ten. It seems like faster than maybe anybody. And this is one of the reasons you have has them on the bench. There was a clear violation. The player crossed some sort of line and has them immediately. I love the pointing to the pointing to the runway as one of my favorites too. That's great. I don't feel like if you and I are an altercation, we're not pointing to let's go underneath where we could just settle this and only one of us is going to come out of the runway. Just went there immediately. Great nonverbal shorthand, you know? You just, we all, you know what it means. And it's good for NBA fights because a lot of times they're getting pulled away from each other or whatever. And so you don't have to be able to speak loud enough to where the guy can hear you. You just body language yet. Right. He by language it. And the other one about a language that was spell. I'm trying to remember, so this is like a random altercation that ultimately nothing other than the heat fans are going to get super upset because everyone's been making heat culture jokes for the last day today. Dispose that everything about it was so impressive. It was pretty unbelievable. He was already one of my favorite coaches. I got when I was doing the finals for two years. We would interview him before the games. He was just cool. You know, because the announcers get to go so we can do our whole thing where we go. Well, when we talk to spell after the game, that with him once or twice, but then hung out with him at the espys one year, and he's just like the greatest guy. He's like beloved at MBA circles, all the other coaches love him. He went through a whole bunch of shit with those LeBron teams. Where LeBron, LeBron was ready to fire him or get him fired after him, right? Yeah, there was some stuff..
"haslam" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"And so he's obviously he was disappointed because he just he told me when Brad got the president job that everybody, including himself, was like, oh, well, I'm probably going to get my shot now 'cause Brad loves me and we have a great relationship. But Brad didn't give him that because the team didn't. I kept I was hearing that they were probably going to do this. And maybe jabari Parker might account it, but I kept waiting for them to get that end of the bench vet guy. A lot of these teams, it doesn't happen as much anymore. And IT made that point. You don't see it as much anymore, even with the two ways which have to go to younger guys, basically. But I thought the Celtics would get that Donna's haslam, 35 year old, who's been the lead forever. It's funny, IT mentioned Taj Gibson and Derrick Rose, how every word tips goes always gets Taj Gibson. He brings Derek rose now with him everywhere. But like Taj Gibson is that guy Taj Gibson sits at the precipice at the very edge of the rotation, but he's that guy. He's tips this guy. And he was hoping that he could be Brad's guy. It didn't happen. And even 19 said it probably was never going to happen. And it was funny. I remember seeing a comment, I did read one comment, someone called myself a puff piece and all that kind of stuff. And the thing is that I don't think I conveyed in there anywhere that there should be an expectation that IT should get a shot with the team. I basically, what I communicated in the part that I was writing was that the Celtics didn't really do that. You don't have some type and IT thought that he could be that guy. And the thing is, I don't think the Celtics were in the position to have a roster spot that was going to someone that they didn't plan to play at all. At least earlier on, we're trying to figure out everybody one through 13 on the roster could they play. And ironically now, the only play 8 guys at games. So that doesn't happen anymore. So maybe now there's honestly now is the time where there is the room for IT on the roster just as a veteran leader, but there are locker room doesn't even need anything at this point. So you don't really want to bring in that personality anymore. And IT even said, I'm going to be me at this point and thankfully the hornets are wants me to be allowed vocal presence in the locker room. So the Celtics don't really need to as much as they probably love them. They don't need to mess up what they've got going. So they got going is working really well. Really well..
"haslam" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"Opportunities, Joe Johnson, who was drafted by the Celtics tenth overall 20 years ago and was traded in February because of the insane impatience on the part of Rick Pitino and Johnson was not the only victim of that, obviously, goes on 7 time all star, you know, an excellent career, 20 plus points per game 7 or whatever straight years that it was, he was very, very good, had been the big three league hadn't played in the NBA since 2018 gets the ten day contract comes into chance of we want Joe everyone all excited about ISO Joe throwing it back to their childhoods. I was in high school, Evan probably in middle school at the time or elementary school for all. I know he's so young. And then Johnson comes in final two minutes of the game, hits his only shot, old man jumper like you read about just effortless and beautiful and terrific and now I want to know how we keep this guy around for the rest of the season Keith. Yeah, it's funny that seems to be a prevailing take this morning last night and into this morning really was how do we keep Jo Johnson all the time? Were you here guys coming back to locker room in there? Doing crazy for him, which is to be expected, but then jaylen Brown talking about how this guy played with him over the summer, but I also watched him when he was with the hawks when I was a kid and Jayson Tatum, apparently told Lima you don't go like he was really excited because Joe Johnson is one of his favorite players growing up. So, yeah, my guess is what I've told people all along is for any single one of these guys. We're up to over 50 of them now that are on these hardship contracts. It's a ten day audition to show what you can do. The vast majority of them will not stick and they'll get sent back to the G league or sent back into semi retirement at least like Joe Johnson was in. Or maybe a handful of them do show enough and then teams say, well, you know, we get this other guy who's at the end of the bench that really doesn't fit what we need right now. Let's move on for. And I know a lot of people are going to get javari park or out of here. We don't need him anymore. Keep Joe Johnson. And I don't want to go quite that far because I think javari Parker has done some stuff. But I can see the logic behind it. If he continues to play well and seems to be a good locker and presence, the reality is you're 15th to 17th man depending on how you count the two way players. If you're really counting on all that much out of them, you're probably not a very good team. So you might as well do things that make the locker room a better place, get guys a little bit in line. The Miami Heat have done it for years now with you Donna haslam. 'cause it's different when you're a player versus a coach. You gear in the locker room with the guys. When there's a player's only meeting, those guys carry weight and gravitas that coaches are not there to be involved in. So yeah, maybe that is what Joe Johnson becomes for the same. I will say this too..
"haslam" Discussed on Typology
"Oriented all your life you can. You can brush all of that And you know. I think being being out of office in heaven that behind me has made it say get out. I don't better where it's opened up space to to spend some time thinking about that new in trying to dig into that a little more than i historically have said before we move onto the next question. I'll ask you this. What are you reading right now. Or what have you seen that not has not so much that has not just been satisfying on an intellectual level but has sort of deeply moved. You may be in some way some realization. Some line from where you're like. Wow that that has made at a really deplace entirely. I don't know that. I have something that that i'm i'm reading that i've read right now. That comes to mind like the a lot. More of that is that i have with either chrissy or my kids. And i realize how much had gotten in the habit of of having a A purposeful but effect but but efficient conversation And i my son even grabbed me. One time at the in the middle of a thanksgiving celebration of my whole extended family and he goes. You realize you're doing it don't you. I go what he goes. Every person you talked to. It's like you have calculated time. You're going to talk to him. And you're gonna move on and i wanted to go no i don't do and i'm still getting over that i mean i still in conversation yesterday with somebody who was going through some really hard with a family member and i realized like i was moving that conversation toward completion more than i was toward Seeing if there was a way. I can help the anthony. You here in this because this is huge. This is like this is what i hear three. Talk like this l'aigle offices soft gray because what you're describing is really textbook three stuff. Br i actually even have written here in some notice. It's the superpower of threes is their ability to make things happen by finding the most direct half to the goal line removing obstacles that get in the way and looking good and competent. Doing it right. I mean that's you know that can be liberty for the good or it can turn sideways on you in relationships in part of the problem for three sometimes is they get so good at that stuff. Yep wanna move long. They don't like to get stuck in other people's feelings too long. I think it's really fair. And then you and you realize like every now and then you have these Better term than holy moments in that. Because you don't want to get stuck you're moving on and you it yes yes and then That's where threes can get into a lot of trouble in relationships or even not i mean sometimes threes or good enough to to know how not get in trouble but i put it to miss a lot of opportunity I got in my car yesterday. Like i said i was talking to some friends who had a family member. Who was you know. Recently discovered addiction and dealing with that. And i just realized like i i i made what should a thirty minute conversation into a five minute compromise and i kind got mike mccarthy thought but where what am i doing what am i going right. Well that's a great question for three asking. And i think that is the goal. The graham wright is you discover in a very in you like this one of the big three sometimes like the integrated as it is so efficient it does such a great job describing you very very quickly. You don't have to do a lot of someone else's done the reflection and give me your apartment just highlight four. It'd be better. Yeah right and make it actionable right and yet that is the sole work. It's the ability to step back from yourself. Observant interaction either reflection or in the moment. Yeah and begin to say without checking out of the conversation. What's going on with me right now. Can i slow down. Can i recognize that. This is a challenge for me that i need to work. You know this isn't here. I need to work on. How can i get more present in this conversation right now and be here for that person without looking at my watch right and one you know. Think about it. So if you're three in a position like being governor it's like It's like being a three steroids. Because in some ways i either be times when christie would come to me and sasha dismissed so and so and you know. They're having problems with their getting their medicaid. And i'm like you know because he there's there six point eight million tennessee and i gotta deal wholesale. I can't deal with everybody's medic. I just literally can't do it and that's actually right. I mean you can. You literally can't take every phone call. You can't do that but there's a sense in which that also leads to a callousness that you're realizing like okay. Well here's the big picture on that we're spending you know teen billion dollars on that. We're getting this much reimbursement federal government etcetera etcetera etcetera. And here's how it works all which is true but you know within that if you've lost the fact that that's fine but you know joe. Lisa's son who you know who's disabled as needs to rely on this and it's not working out. You're you miss that you know we Years ago when i was in greenwich was assigned as an episcopal priest could creep. That was awesome. Wasn't it that'll be remembered to hear that. So go ahead exactly. So i was assigned be desmond tutu chaplain for two days. Wow just before. That sounds impressive. They're just basically means. I follow in his way doing anything. He asks me from on a resume. That's really what they call it in. This world has being his job. Yeah right and i had to get him to a fundraiser dinner. Where i mean i think every table is fifty thousand dollars and you know it was for some some brian great thing and he was late. You know we were like oh. We're in we're in the the limo and we get there and i'm looking at my watch because i'm the one responsible for getting him there. You know i got a bishop and others who were like what's krom doing right. Yeah and We get there. There's a line of ten valets ten valet parking gas and all white shirts. Black pants has really put together and hands grin. Hi their back standing in lines desmond's getting out of his car and he goes up to the first guy in the line and he takes him by the hand and he doesn't stop holding your hand desma to tell once he's got your hands you you're there shake his hand and let it go right and he's got both hands holding this guy's hand and he's like tell me your name..
"haslam" Discussed on Typology
"All right so we had this conversation the other day and i want to raise it again because i think it's important i think at around the midpoint of life or at some point a transition has to happen in a person's life where you've crushed it well seemingly crusted in the outer world right. You've been a success. You are a successful businessman. You've been a mayor you've been a governor etc. You are a wonderful human being a good man. I mean good not in that not in that. Shallow since we're good. I mean the the the real quality of goodness. i mean. that's something anti. I have spoken about Oftentimes we've come home after being with you guys that you know the two of you are good people. You know like really fine. Drafting off christie's wake there. Well you know however it goes. It is true. So i mean i guess. My question is making the transition from that to turning turning the focus inward turning your attention toward matters of the soul toward the development of your heart. And have you made that turn and are you. Are you if so what. What work are you doing in that area of your life. So it's been interesting like literally. The i meant when i said the world moves on really fast and so there is an adjustment. I think the hard in for me this. You know beyond the two and a half years since i've gotten out of office in some ways has been the time of the best growth and i realized you know when you get in that world. It's moving so fast you realize how kinda how self centered you. Are you realized like. Oh wow yeah forget you know had my shoulder or replaced about six weeks ago and i remember like oh yeah i remember two or three feels like a big deal. I remember two or three people in my world who had joined place. While i was you know in the middle of that and i think i might have asked about at once or twice so you realize just how myopic you become an ad In so working through that. And then i think the second question is this. There's a certain when you're on the backside of something. There's a certain Contentment that comes in one of the questions. I've had asked myself is what i have that same contentment if i had lost If i if. I had been i if you know if i had run for mayor and lost to none of that ever happened or run for governor lost or if if you want the in ear graham guy whatever it is i have to ask myself is my is my contentment been built on the fact that yet that point in time you happen to get more votes than whoever your running against. Which is you know. A pretty circumstantial situation Boy it's a struggle for me. I'm just gonna be honest. You know there are some days. I get up and i think to myself myself. Esteem has gotten way too tethered to what i do. Yeah i am i. Sometimes my question would be my my self esteem slash contentment slash Self were va- vision of myself worth is tied up in the fact. I did something I climbed that mountain In so now it's easier for you to look and say why. Why are you struggling so much in somebody might say. What hadn't i didn't get a chance to climb that mountain and The most recent questioned mass myself is that like. What if all that hadn't happened. What i have that same sense of contentment or would i be driving trying to find a mountain to climb Do you. I don't feel that way now But i i don't again my questions. More of if i had lost that would still need to have some some trophy to hang on the wall. Yeah and i think most threes would say like i would say yeah probably probably and i would also say that i think most threes in in many ways. The saddest number on the graham is a three who did not live up to the potential that they could have right if they haven't made peace with that is pretty hellish. Yeah know and so you know that to me that would be on the flipside of that would be you do meet. Those people who are threes in life didn't work out perfect for them it for a variety of reasons. And you know we own life can can do that way. The baltics bounces and you meet them and go. They got past. That didn't work the way that they thought it was supposed to and yet they're still a contentment there. They have to work for it. Do they have worked in that. That's why i say those are the people. I'm meet and i'm really impressed. We both of us have been involved in a conference Down in florida. Which is for what i think. They call high trajectory leaders right. So it's a it's a. It's a pretty good lookin' right. There's a lot of credentials and they're younger than we are and the conference is designed to try and help them make the same dumb steaks and and i heard a guy there speak and he had been a. I think it was a lawyer And have been very very successful and but reached the last ten years of his life and not in a good space feeling. A little bit like a little bit and pasta. Wish didn't love what he did anymore. Hadn't for quite some time. But you know he had a country club and had you know expenses and this thing and the next thing and he just hit that moment as a three where he said he to. I have to go this journey. And i love what he said to me. One time he said you know he says sometimes his name is david is sometimes i get up in the morning and i just go david. How am i what does that mean. Even think i get what you're saying but back that for me. I'm curious when people say stuff like that and basically you know his spiritual journeys journey of life he realized. You know. I'm valued not for what i do for what i've achieved but for who i am and exploring the i am part in this phase of my life is wonderful. Not the idea. Mia but the i am me were how does that resonate with you. Where are you on that journey. El one of the gin. When you were saying you miss you know the troopers drop off the front door of the ram and there's a trade off at the trade off is there's just so much more space in your life and i don't know how to describe any any other way which allows you to think about thing i mean i can. I can get up in the morning and you know. Sit in my chair overlooking we. We live in knoxville. Nick see the smoky mountains for my from my dinh and i can sit there and my den and think about things and write in my journal for much longer than i did when i lived in the governor's residence And i think for me. That's that's just opened up the ability to think about things and some of those. Are things like that. You just realize. I just missed i just i just missed his hours pushing about being a full agenda three right and now you feel like you're a maybe i would say call reclaiming the authentic self. I think that's i think that's fair and Or maybe even all of its reclaimer so it might be rediscovering and rediscovering just think Or discovering may take the re out If you're a person who has been achievement.
"haslam" Discussed on The Rubin Report
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"haslam" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Used to be a question of where you are in the country right. They're certain places in tennessee. That's probably a little easier to have that conversation in my view. California right here. I think the reality is regardless of where you live is to be true to what you believe and not Not to be letting your politics change that or affect those things that you you. You're most deeply held beliefs. Are you sensing any sorta spiritual renewal right now. I know you mentioned. There's a certain amount of people leaving the church. Leaving the temples. That sort of thing. But i i sense a new something on the horizon here as we're watching the secular world just go bananas actually do i think folks look around and you know it's interesting if you think about the secular world is the one that always in the past would say well. There is no such thing as truth right that you that truth is all relative then well you think. I think that we actually california. There's a proposal right now to say that that math is not a subjective rights. Any more over here crazy kelly. This whole idea of like nobody can define truth for someone else. But i think we've seen in a lot of the marches for justice. If you're asking for justice you're saying there is such a thing as truth right and i think what you're seeing is a world says if we don't have any truth we have some problem and ultimately to say there's truth me there has to be some transcend the being whose determining truth beyond. What's just the truth of this age makes it does make sense. What about the people. Where do you think the people that are the nonbelievers fit into. This is one of the things that i've been most interested by lately is that there is a group atheists for liberty that i've now seen it some conservative events it doesn't seem like a traditionally fits within the conservative tent but the ideals they're espousing minus the faith part..
"haslam" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"It's okay we're actually kind of you know sifting through what's true faith in. What is that is. I'm just doing because Appearances site so. I think some of that change is good and do worry about what you said that we can. We can politicize our faith. It's one of the reasons. I wrote this book. The object is to be used by god not to use god and if you look into scripture it does god doesn't treat lightly those people who are using him for other purposes so as these things get more politicized d- do you sense that sort of what what has happened on the other side of the aisle on the democratic side of the aisle is that there is no attachment to faith. I mean they. The democrats used to talk about faith a little bit more biden sort of does but then seemingly. His policies are in conflict with the ideals of his got. Some of that depends on what we're your party about. The african american part of the democrat party that that's the faith is still a strong part of who they are strong part of how they identify. Sometimes i wonder the democrat party is leaving a lot of people of fake bind in the way they address issues. I think that that would be the fear. Democrats republicans satellite said. Is that this idea that posts think. Well i'm gonna. I'm gonna use my politics to direct my faith instead of the other way around right. So let's talk about that that peril part because you're talking the promise and peril. So wh what was the payroll for you as you were trying to incorporate your spiritual side to think this one of the things that that i noticed from being an office was that People have faith didn't act any different than non believers in the public square. They were just as likely to be hateful on the internet. You talking about the temperature rising they were just as likely to hide behind the anonymity to descend a message that you would never say face to face and we're just as likely to be people it says you know god is opposed to the proud that gift grace to onboard just as likely to be proud in think we have the right answer on this issue. as folks who were setting we want to get to the best and i think when politics works best. It's about spoke saying is not me arguing with you about which one of us drive. It's talking with you and then let's out together. We can solve this problem. Yeah were you worried at times if you were to talk about your faith not even publicly but privately in a meeting you've got your crew around you not even your political opponents but just your own people around you that if you were to bring faith too much into that was going to.
"haslam" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Dave rubin and joining me today is a visiting professor of political science at vanderbilt university. The former two term governor of tennessee and author of the new book faithful presence the promise and peril of faith in the public square governor. Bill haslam welcome to the rubin report. Thanks for having me too good to be with you and your and your news. Well i'm glad to have on because we get sent an awful lot of books. We get sent an awful lot of pitches. And i can't have everybody on but i wanted to do this because i thought what you're talking about in this book. The blend of politics and faith is particularly interesting. I found it interesting at a personal level just because of my own sort of political and spiritual evolution and that sort of will be the framework of where we start here but i. you're in tennessee. Now i was there a few weeks ago. They're doing something right in tennessee. I know you're not the governor anymore. But you must be happy with the state of the state right. Our founders had this great idea like flip. The states be laboratories of democracy. Let them all with their own way. And i think states tennessee of chosen to be lower tax encouraging business growth. And i think you're seeing the result of that people get to choose where they live and we have a lot more inflow than we do out go these days. I'll put it that way before. We get into the specifics of the book. Do you miss being in government. Right now wanted listen government such a great chance to make a difference. I don't want to sound corny. But you know it's a great way to help change the trajectory of people's lives In so i. I do miss that but i'm also somebody that i kind of believe in the whole term limit on eight years of governors. Right amounted if you can get something done. You should be able to get it done that time and then handle baton to the next person and let them so what were some of the things. I have a whole list of them here. Some of the things that you would say your big successes when you were made several things i mean i think we we added almost half almost five hundred thousand new net new jobs..
"haslam" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Dave rubin and joining me today is a visiting professor of political science at vanderbilt university. The former two term governor of tennessee and author of the new book faithful presence the promise and peril of faith in the public square governor. Bill haslam welcome to the rubin report. Thanks for having me too good to be with you and your and your news. Well i'm glad to have on because we get sent an awful lot of books. We get sent an awful lot of pitches. And i can't have everybody on but i wanted to do this because i thought what you're talking about in this book. The blend of politics and faith is particularly interesting. I found it interesting at a personal level just because of my own sort of political and spiritual evolution and that sort of will be the framework of where we start here but i. you're in tennessee. Now i was there a few weeks ago. They're doing something right in tennessee. I know you're not the governor anymore. But you must be happy with the state of the state right. Our founders had this great idea like flip. The states be laboratories of democracy. Let them all with their own way. And i think states tennessee of chosen to be lower tax encouraging business growth. And i think you're seeing the result of that people get to choose where they live and we have a lot more inflow than we do out go these days. I'll put it that way before we get into the specifics of the book do do you miss being in government right now wanted listen government such a great chance to make a difference. I don't want to sound corny. But you know it's a great way to help change the trajectory of people's lives In so i. I do miss that but i'm also somebody that i kind of believe in the whole term limit on eight years of governors. Right amounted if you can get something done. You should be able to get it done in that time and then handle baton to the next person personal let them so what were some of the things. I have a whole list of them here. Some of the things that you would say your big successes when you were made several things i mean i think we we added almost half almost five hundred thousand new net new jobs..
The Future of Australia's Space Industry
"Well we have the apollo eleven celebrations behind us. We have our own australian space. Agency set up by making clock so what's next today we take the sign show to the world science festival in brisbane with an expert panel who know how you can have asteroids containing tanning more minerals like iron and the rest than even remain in the earth's crust and who understand how water mind in space can be worth millions but what's the potential there so many surprises including their own space history so off we go to so you're in space. It's been part of a human journey into space into strata. I began space tracking in nine hundred fifty seven but in the end suing years while seventy four other nations including new zealand indonesia formed space agencies australia did not for decades among o._e._c._d. Countries only australia and iceland did not have a dedicated headed space agency australia's group that counted luxembourg motor and vatican city among its members but in may two thousand eighteen the government budgets did about twenty six point five million dollars which was allocated to the newly formed australian space agency and on may the fourteenth got another fifteen million to kick start things the three part program today. We'll look at the past history australia's role in space. Take a deep dive into the forces that formed the new a._s._a. And examine the visionary science settled propel our nation into the future space travel in two thousand nine hundred and beyond and so chapter one we're going to start by looking at australia's impact on space travel by getting a history lesson from an independent space historian curator and writer and a lecturer in the space humanities department of the international space university. She's a member of the international academy of astronautics and also serves on the international astronautical federation space education and outreach committee and its space societies and museums committee so please welcome tom historian and author of the book australia in space kerrie dougherty okay yeah i rocket when thomas brisbane came out did he average rookies with sent home so when we're fish walkers well. It's an interesting story. I probably not was a._a. Champion adelaide in the eighteen seventies called frederick haslam and he actually developed an improved risky rocca for maritime rescues but sadly an a story we hear over and over again the south australian government locked like the idea but they didn't want to spend the money on it and so his development was never adopted ended. I rockets when they happened. Go up in woomera yeah seeing the rocket range inch or the township and it was originally created actually for testing long range british missiles back in the late nineteen forties what that meant though was that come from the late nineteen fifty s when the space age began you had the right concentration of skills and experience from tracking missiles that could be used to track rockets and satellites satellites and his first sounding rocket which is not a rocket that can put a satellite into orbit but can go very high up into the atmosphere to carry scientific instruments intruments. That's long term. He was called named after one of the senior people. We're who apparently was very tool so when he was the boss of the guys who developed at so they thought they'd better named after him to destroy play in that early period tracking and so on one of our major roles was actually in space tracking and even before nasa existed the united states had put a couple of tracking stations in for the first satellite and from there we began to cover all the different types of missions that nasa developed after it was created in fifty eight so we had tracking stations deep space missions tracking stations orbital missions and tracking stations for human spaceflight missions and that began with the mercury project for those of you who remember john glen.
Sex-trafficking victim who killed man as teen walks free after 15 years
"A sex trafficking victim whose case attracted attention from Kim Kardashian west and other celebrities released from prison today so enjoy a brown served fifteen years in prison for killing an actual man who picked up her a picture up for sex when she was sixteen she was granted clemency by outgoing governor bill Haslam in January brown's attorney ed Yarborough's said she plans to help others sexual exploitation exploitation big dumb he was really focused on getting getting settled in and then going to juvenile court and helping the young women the coming of the juvenile court she has a real passion for that because she realizes that her life in effect was saved by the the criminal justice system and brown will be on parole for
Morrissey Postpones UK/Europe Tour Dates
"Who was separated from their parents as part of mr trump's zero tolerance approach there's been a big rise in the number of british people getting possible from other eu countries since the brexit referendum two years ago according to figures obtained by the bbc news last year almost thirteen thousand uk citizens took the nationality of one of the seventeen member states which supply data seven times the level in two thousand fifteen the immigration lawyer nick rawlinson isn't surprised by the figures they reflect rainy what we mean things today also referendum vote i'm ring looking for an opportunity to keep that doorway into europe by having not citizenship fail as we all now free to go things work anywhere live anywhere i think it's about freedom then on brexit which is really might the airline virgin atlantic has said it will no longer work with the home office to forcibly deport illegal immigrants it's face pressure from campaigners angry about the government's treatment of postwar caribbean migrants known as the wind rush generation morrissey has postponed next month's uk and european tour the thing is manager said it was due to logistical problems mercy has been criticized for making comments in support of tommy robinson the jailed founder of the far right group the english defence league and for criticizing the mayor of london dave haslam had organized the protest to coincide with a morrissey concert in manchester are becoming more and more concerned about his defending tommy robinson and support for far right organizations and a lot of comments made about sadique kahn for example i'm just cross the line that's the news now with the weather here's chris folks thanks a lot of talent and we're in for another hot and sunny day alot we'll start off required a bit of cloud across eastern areas so starting off with the forecast first of all for southeast england central southern england the midlands eastern england northeast england it's a cloudy start to the day with a few mismatch around as well that cloud wilbon quickly this morning to leave pretty much clearly sunny skies to take from the middle part of the morning on into the afternoon it's going to be hot and sunny day then temperatures about twenty three degrees around the east coast with the onshore winds inland highs could reach around twenty eight maybe twenty nine degrees celsius source oh yes feeling very hot in the sunshine here for south west england wales in northwest england for the most part is sonny starts the and that's the way the weather's gonna stay another very hot one temperatures peaking into the low thirties by thirty two degrees the top temperature today knowledge also enjoying plenty of sunshine highs of around twenty three degrees for belfast but around twenty eight or twenty nine for western counties and in scotland plenty of sunshine developing once the early morning cloud is broken away highs into the mid to high twenty s allen thanks kris now for a look at the papers and the times deals with the unvarnished assessment of one donald by another eight says the president of the european council donald tusk has warned that president trump has declared war on the international rules based order describing the eu nato and the world trade organization as bad for america a diplomatic source says mr tusk made the comments to e you leaders in brussels on thursday night the male believes that despite claims of the major breakthrough in migration policy even a cursory glance at e you deal announced in brussels is enough to tell you it won't work the paper says it has huge sympathy for the plight of migrants who are willing to go to desperate lengths to reach a promised land of europe but with no e you country volunteering to take more refugees under the new agreement the deal raises more questions than it answers there disturbing accounts in the daily mirror of the treatment of elderly people at the fourteen care homes in england with the worst care quality commission ratings it says frail residents have been left in urine soaked clothes filthy beds and had no baths or showers for weeks on end the research carried out by a law firm also uncovered cases where residents who are being prescribed the wrong medication the daily telegraph says tens of thousands of retired workers face cuts of their pensions after hmo identified errors in their record stretching back forty years the calculations by pension schemes mean retired workers with both public and private sector pensions face reductions to their payments in some cases retirement incomes could be cut in half and the weekend edition of the.