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"henry projects" Discussed on V103

V103

11:02 min | 5 d ago

"henry projects" Discussed on V103

"As well as Marvin Lindsay, the executive director of the Community Behavioral Association, Talking about Opioid addiction and most importantly, deaths from opioid addiction. I recited some of the startling statistics and the last segment get this Eight people every day in the state of Illinois die From drug overdose. It's more than people killed by homicide. It's more than fatalities on the road. Something has to be done to stem this epidemic, and that's what we're trying to get at this morning to provide you with the necessary tools. To prevent your loved one. Your friend, your acquaintance from dying. Marvin, I want to go to you because you mentioned something in terms of your personals. Uh, Touch by opioid addiction. Why don't you let us know about that and call us right now? At 591, D 103. Of course. Thank you again, Uh, Darryl. I I began using, uh, heroin when I was like 14 years old. So I was on night. How old girl One brother. I am 67 years old. And I've been clean of any drugs or alcohol for, uh, next month, maybe 30 years. Congratulations, my brother. Be very welcome. And I don't tell my story a lot in my profession. Very few people know, know that about me. But for something like this I think it needs to be sad because I know my family has been devastated in my community. I grew up on the west side of Chicago and Henry Water Project. And here, Henry projects, uh, buddy of mine, and I Counted about 32 people that we knew growing up in the sixties and seventies that was no longer around and it was all drugs. Related whether they owe deed or was shot and killed. Hustling to get drugs for something like that. So, uh, I know this firsthand, not only from my own experiences But also some of my family too. And friends. And one of the things that helped me which is we have today. Uh, isn't called medication assisted treatment. Then that is, uh What some people call nothing on or about. Uh, And those are FDA approved drugs for people with opioid addictions that can help them to reclaim their lives. It's meant to help them reclaim their lives, Uh, to start back to work to, uh, established relationships with background relationships with their family members. And so, um Scotland, just thinking about What I talk when I'm report the break I mentioned about the disparity and what I was thinking about was That's certainly 1% of overdose. Uh, e B cases report that reported exposed to heroin only 20 and and make it plain for us, Marvin in terms of what's E D When you say e D So that way our listeners knowing can get the tools they need to understand what we're talking about. Basically what I'm talking about is when people go to the emergency room, okay, overdose or drug. Uh, Uh, exposure to heroin particular. Only 21% of them had a diagnosis. Substance used this order. That means that the majority over 50% close to 50%. Had not even been upset by those doctors and most of the time they left there without even being assessed or given any kind of treatment protocol or Or model or treatment protocol to follow. And that is what is happening, and particularly in the black community. When people because, you know you mentioned the overdoses, But there was 70,000 overdoses across the country in 2020. Actually, the number is you're talking about overdose deaths. Actually, the numbers even higher. I'm looking here at in terms of the reason why I say that is that in doing research for this segment, I just want to give you in terms of the drug. Total. Are you ready for this? Overdose desk. This is from Commonwealth fund dot org. Okay, according to CDC statistics, okay. Overdose deaths exploded to more than 90,000. In 2020 and synthetic opioids were involved in more than 60% of all the overdose deaths so that 70 is actually for 2019 and 2020. The number is 93. 331,000 people across this United States of America that have died as a result. Of substance abuse overdoses. Ain't but there are more, and that is That's alarming. It is And There is five times as many people who owed overdose and did not die. Yeah, that's 450,000 people. Who's who may have, uh, who probably didn't get the help that they needed once they left those emergency room. So that is another number that, uh, is out there. Absolutely incredible. Uh, also want to go to state Representative for you do so much with your, uh, West side task force in terms of drugs, and you bring up a very salient point in terms of saying that here it is. You know, we have these communities that have ravaged economically. But yet they are thriving in terms of the drug commerce that goes on there, and I will be honest man. You know, uh, I have a story that I'm going to tell related to what? Uh, Marvin just did in terms of his personal testimony, But you wonder what is being done Ride up Madison from downtown. Over the central And it's so blatant man. You see the cars sometimes, you know many times on house sometimes many times cars that, you know, have white folks in them and also out of state license plates, and all they do is just pull up literally. Double park on the side of the street guy comes over. Does the transaction and things move on? And you wonder? How can this take place in broad daylight, let alone the cover of the might There are, I guess, tell you, I'm saying, how does it happen? LaShawn, you know it is it is a market that is really accepted in our communities Obvious because We see people shooting up in the neighborhood. We see needles in the parts with kids play. And if you go on Jackson Pulaski, where the Westside Heroin ties force and all of his partners go all the time, just like you see on central Jackson and Pulaski is heavy with sales and use And so our community continue to suffer from a I would say a behavior health issue with all of the mental health facilities being closed. We have to help people like Linda said the M 80 not only deals with the substance used, but it also deals with behavioral health. Support to get to the underlying reasons why people use drugs in the first place and, you know, harm reduction. You used drugs to get away from the reality of today. Come on, You know, I think it's your high and when you're high, you don't think about what's going on around you. You know, I can understand why people use drugs. Government. Uh, but you know what? We could talk about all the time. Um what are we going to do, But if we don't help the individual Deal with the problems like you just said then we're going to continue to have a need for the drugs to be on the street. And so we need to make sure that we help people. The attorney in our city, and the city has to do everything to work with the state to eliminate drug availability in our neighborhoods. It's a big problem. And especially with regard defense in all, uh, Shawn in terms of it being so cheap to manufacture and you don't need a lot of it, And it's not from what I understand 3 to 10 times more deadly than regular heroin. Yes. And if you get the wrong I'm batch it will kill you. It is very poisonous. And it's not like you would heroin. You know, you kind of know the intensity, you know. So you, you know you use it accordingly, whether or not in the I'm giving back in the day language here. It was stepped on. And, uh, so you knew. You know if it was stepped on a lot, you probably have to take a big, bigger dose. But here, you know, if you get something that when they were manufacturing it and said, Hey, Oh, we may have put too much of defense and all in there How do you know that? And there is help. They're all they're they're still noise has done what you call the standing order for the locks off where pharmacies all over the state. There's a standing order where they're trained to train. They're trained to teach people how to use Narcan. And you could go in. You could get in our can with your insurance card without a prescription. Every household should have Narcan. Every person's right. You know what? I'm I'm probably because no, no household is immune to this. This is an equal opportunity.

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"henry projects" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

06:00 min | Last week

"henry projects" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Yeah so it says here late round right so i mean i'm not gonna sit here and say tony pollard. And you know. He's going in about the tenth round. Alex madison's kinda fallen down a little bit a little bit later so thirteen trafficking get him late. He's good too. Those are the obvious ones but some guys going a little deeper right. Now are monterey stevenson. I don't know if he's going to have any standalone fantasy value early in the season. But you can get him pretty late and drafts. And something happens at damian harris potentially he'll have some value but again his values kind of rising since they traded sony michelle so we'll see where he lands And i think the this kinda ties into part two of this. This question which is devante booker right. I mean i've kind of been on saquon barkley this off season. You guys giving me a hard time about it. I've drafted him a lot. I'm very invested in him this year. But i'm also aware that he commits a week or two or be limited to some extent early on and if he does miss time devante booker. You would imagine what step into a role that should see him handle about seventeen touches a game so Poker is a guy you can get super late. He's on my radar barrington. Evans rashad penny. Justin jackson daime lasers a whole bunch of guys in that range but those are some my favorites am. I wouldn't eat every insurance back. Just the top. Jeez yeah this are the top ones. Come on come on. Let's move to the next question. Here just went comes from nathan orlando and buffalo. Who wants to know you have the fourth pick and you assumed christian. Mccaffrey dow cook and alvin. Kamara go ahead of him or ahead of that fourth pick. Who are you taking. Derrick henry is equal elliott daniel. Turn to you. They're cannery interesting. I'm taking derrick henry. And it's not really that close to me. I mean he's he's clear of number four to me over. Zeke is a five just the volume that he gets every single year. You never have to worry about that. You know these just lock Also mike pretty conservative with your projections. I would say generally was that a fair statement to say. And you've got derrick henry projected to have like seventeen hundred rushing yards and double digit touchdowns the dues just a monster. He's just money in the bank. It feels like every single year. So for me i take derrick henry. Over over zeke in. It's not that close. I think it's close. But i go derrick henry as well and you know the derrick henry volumes and volumes also incredible. It's just the derek. I did more touchdown. Upside in were rushing upside. But zeke not that far behind because he is far more involved pass catcher his offense. So let's move forward to the next question which comes from shoved ubi from nashua new hampshire. Who's the better value to vaunt. They williams trae sermon to rookies a second round. Pick monty williams through round. Pick and trae sermon. Mike which of those two players do you believe is the value. Yeah again in twelve team leagues over the past week. Or so you have william in the fourth round of sermon in the seven. So we're talking value. Obviously price matters. I would still go to monte williams and the reason is i think that he is a better shot to emerge as the feature back impact back. This guy was a almost a first round. Pick this year tons of talent love prospect and you have a denver. Offense is gonna lead on the run. I think he can take control. And be a top in fantasy asset sermon for me. you know. It's just hard whereas williams and melvin. Gordon are gonna share a lot of that workload. I think could pull ahead. I think sermon. Is you know. Kind of clearly the the backup early on it's gonna be the remastered show and he'll have some involvement get some touches but not standalone value whereas they think williams can have that right away so. I have not been on sermon this year. I think he needs help to jump onto the fantasy radar whereas williams. I think we'll have it pretty quickly. Feel the same way here and you talk about some of the factors that need to go and trace favor. It's not just that where he most rather gets. Injured stopped playing well. It's that other backs in the backfield. Stop playing well. Were get hurt as well. Jeff wilson is. I believe on pup to start the year. You could eventually come back so it could be. The trae sermon takes over for a few weeks. And the next thing though it's back to a split backfield whereas in denver already seen some signs. The team released royce freeman today. A former round pick so all of a sudden things are looking a little bit more up for our friend. Devante williams really get one of to north carolina running backs to be drafted this past year. Next question comes from damian. Barbaro i like malls rhode island. This is a good one Chemical thomas be top ten points per game wide receiver. Npr with winston. Ed quarterback for the year dangling. You get the first shot at this. So here's here's what's interesting to me. The idea of top ten points per game right. So it's not the you know. Michael thomas miss. Time isn't going to factor in here. The idea that jameis winston has six weeks with this offense to be able to kind of get things settled and have michael thomas. Come in and be the guy. Yeah i mean do. I think it's possible absolutely. He's got the skill set. Jameis winston is more than a more than adequate enough quarterback to be able to get him the ball with the volume that he needs to have whether or not it happens. I'm not sure but like does it. Does it have the possibility absolutely I would. I would bet it doesn't happen but it absolutely could. Is that fair to say. Yeah i would say i. I think it's possible. I mean he's a. He's michael thomas right and james woonton is just willing dealing enough and sometimes we have recently bias. Regret exactly how things played out but drew brees was not particularly effective last year as a player. Two years ago he wasn't peak drew brees but he also wasn't necessarily quite he certainly far from wash so it's not always dominant wide receiver. Seasons are not particularly are not always predicated upon dominant quarterback play as well calvin. John can attest to that field. Yates certainly attest to that. So i think it's possible. It's probably unlikely. But i think it's possible a lukewarm way of describing it so we've talked about this ss that like his. His value is dipping his. Adp seems to be dropping. So you're probably like. I think there's less risk with drafting michael thomas than some might suspect. I would ask the next question in a minute. I i believe you have some words for some friends. I'm going to jump in real quick. Hey football fans.

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"henry projects" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

06:48 min | 2 months ago

"henry projects" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Too long props. First thing i want to discuss is projections leoni. Why don't you walk the people through our process for season-long projections in how it differs from the process for fast projections yet. It's a little more conservative than give us projections because we know over the course of nfl season. Like there's going to be a lot of chaos right. There's going to be injuries. Bus breakouts and whatnot wears for jeff s going into a specific week. You'll we feel pretty good that you'll julio jones in aging brown are gonna see fifty five percent of the team's targets like just based on what they've done their health going into the week. We can project that going into the season. We will probably dial it back a little bit. You know we know that just due to blowouts to an injuries that some of these other guys are going to get volume so often we actually have like over one hundred percent of the team's market share of targets projected and then we scale it down and that's how we ended up conservative so if we have one hundred five percent targets than were scott down to one hundred percent so it all nuts out and the numbers work nicely and it ends up being a little bit more conservative zooming out a bit more. We should also note that it's last matchup driven. Of course we don't try to go to crazy defense year over year really isn't super stable so we don't go too crazy with the schedule. The one thing. I'll do and jack miller's helped me out with this Some of the books even some of the books have projected spreads for every week of the nfl season so we can kind of get a sense of what a team's average team totals gonna be. What their average game scripts going to be based on the spread. So that'll feed into the team. Play calling the team scoring stuff. So that's important but we just want to get a sense of like how many plays the team gonna run. How do we divvy it that Between pass ron and then when we give that up between pass ron we start. Implementing percentage shares based on russia times targets. Pass attempts. what have you and then we're doing. Some sort of efficiency adjustments for players based on some offseason work. I've done like how much regression layer in. If a guy's had eleven yards per catch the last three years like what should it really be and then it kind of all comes together and that's the long winded way of how we do our long projections in help to those into each year. Rankings strikes me. Amigo that our weekly rankings are going to be way. Tighter range of outcomes in the season-long ones like projecting. A full season is so hard. Because there's going to be so much that happens over the course of a seventeen game season. It's really hard to project. As he said. In a given week we can be way way way. More accurate agree with that amigo. And how does that change. How you think about props from season-long verse weekly. Yeah definitely agree with that. And i mean if we're thinking about our projection as the median or the most likely outcome. I think it's important to remember that. The range of outcomes for most players maybe quarterbacks it'd be like the closest to normal distribution but even though even them you know most players are going to skew lasts so in other words they're going gonna tend to the under. It's going to be probably worse than what we project. Because of injuries because of you know playing time variation And just because of the kinds of players that are being posted right. I mean like your favorite zero running back candidate is not going to have a player. Prop you know it's gonna be all these guys that are presumed to be full starter. So we look at like the available pool players that we have to bet on detail You know information we have on how these players center workout The chaos this season create a lot more under equity over the course of the season. Yeah and we're gonna talk more about that in a minute. I know there's always a debate leoni about projections verse rankings. Right and one reason. We don't publish this season long projections because people take them as rankings. Win they shouldn't there is a lot more nuance that goes into rankings. You can't just take a season long projection and make that your draft board. I don't think at least but we only how do you think about this. Whole debate between projections vers rankings. Yeah it's difficult sometimes. If you're just using like the base case of projections like you end up. Y'all a one percent target share. Shift a guy you know. Eight spots in rankings. Like it's over the entire season that could be a decent amount of targets. But obviously we're not that accurate enough to know it should be twenty four percent or twenty five percent for wide receiver. A so you do want to have an open mind and realise like where it's fragile where it's not and one of the things that i do. Is i and like an upside scenario for players so some you know russell gauge for example for atlanta we had him in. We have him in his upside scenario. Like not that much different than his base. Case right like he's gonna play the slot role. He's going to see a certain amount of targets. Even if ridley goes down he's not the type of player that can fill a ton of targets whereas you have someone like antonio brown for tampa bay. If chris cox owner mike evans goes down. Antonio abroad targets could skyrocket from what is base cases so we do wanna layer that in similar for running backs that helps with those running backs that have upside like tony pollard. Behind ezekiel elliott. It might not be a huge probability. Hits his upside case. But he's one of the guys. We know of zeke gets hurt like wheels out for tony pollard. It's going to be an absolute boss of a season for him so a layering that in along with the bass center a really helps on the rankings. Front to get away from drafting. The is that have like these okay projections. But they're not going to really have a meaningful fantasy season they're not gonna be league winners especially in managed leagues and then pushing a little bit more towards the guys that have like maybe a little bit worse for jackson but if things break right they can have like a super meaningful impact on your team's win rate. Yeah i think that makes sense a lot. I and along those lines like let's think about this. I think all of us. I'm not sure. But i think all of us bet to derrick henry under sixteen hundred and a half yards on draftkings back on june seventeen but amigo in our projection. We had derrick henry projected for seventeen hundred and ninety four point two yards as its rejection. I'm almost never during the regular season betting something that is that far over our projection. Taking on some of that's far over our projection. I thought it was right on season-long four of reasons that we're going to get into. But are you follow. What i'm saying here. Where it's a bit counterintuitive where we can have projected for more than his total but the under is still a good bet. And i know you're i think you're on the derrick henry thing. I think you find him in a better line in the sixteen hundred but yeah what do you think about that..

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"henry projects" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"henry projects" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Likely regressed more towards your career norms and running backs do get hurt a lot so it might not be surprising. The guys don't play sixteen games two years in a row very often. And if you reach two thousand yards you probably do play. Sixteen games at the same time. I had henry projected at five yards per carry. He was at five point four last year. If i dropped him to four point four to fit in with the theme of losing at least one yard per carry like every running back ever would that would drop him Three spots in the pr rankings and five point four yards per carry would be pretty low on the list of what these guys average when they had their two thousand yard season. So perhaps that means he won't lose as much as the other guys. And i would say especially and this would be a difficult. I'm not asking you to do this. But he was only point four yards better than his career mark. Yeah i have some context in that like eric dickerson. Like i said he went five. Point six two four point to the following year that was the lowest mark of his first six seasons of his career. Adrian peterson went to four point. Five yards carrying. I don't know where that measures up but barry sanders. Like i said tied for the lowest mark of his career. Four point three yards per. Carry your after. Terrell davis had a terrible year Chris johnson was never really the same after the two thousand yard season Yet he's still manage. Almost fourteen hundred rushing yards. Just got a lot of work and know. Oj simpson oj. Simpson four point two yards per carry the year after his great year his best year. That was pretty much what he averaged. In his first four seasons so is a kind a mixed bag of like regressing. What they usually rat and some of them just had pretty bad years for them in terms of Anyway i do also it for thirty seven fewer carries even though he's protected for seven games only played sixteen last year. The only thing. I don't know because i do think it would be smarter for tennessee to try to keep him a little bit fresher except that every year he runs for two hundred and fifty yards in week. Seventeen so i don't think he's getting down volume. He's just destroying people late in the year and their margin for error is so so slim with the way they're playing with a bad defense in a run heavy attack and extreme efficiency that two things one it could go terribly wrong and they could just be bad offense one year. It wouldn't be that surprising and that would hurt henry but the thing is they can barely afford to take him off the field..

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"henry projects" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"henry projects" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Hunter henry but like i could pretty easily spinach that hunter henry has at least seven targets in six of eight games and mark. Andrews has seven targets in two games. Henriette miami next week and the ravens are taking on the patriots at foxboro. I'm probably going to have henry projected higher than mark andrews next week the patriots. Don't scare me. I mean like. I said they are giving up the most passing yards per attempt in the nfl. That's that is unbelievable number. I wanna talk before we get into the games. They're just wanna make sure we don't miss any one. How about the mega duds well. Look i don't wanna spend another twenty minutes before talk about clyde edwards dealer for example. Okay clyde edwards dealer was terrible. Dj more was terrible. I think it's time to drop darius slayton. He's going to dairy sleigh next week and then he's got a by just he was he's invisible but are there any players that really stunk up. The joint that are concerning to you Dj worse super super. Concerning and i don't know like the thing was. It was really weird two weeks ago and it was a bad weather game and teddy. Didn't have a good game. He just basically didn't throw a dj more until the last drive and then dj more look like a superstar on two or three plays and then the game was over. And i kinda thought well that was weird but that won't happen again and it was even worse this week. They didn't even get the superstar time at the end of the game Curtis samuel look legitimately good and robby. Anderson remains the number one wide receiver. Now mccaffrey is going to probably get more targets in. Mike davis did emotional thrown onto. Mike davis five times. So yeah i'm i'm a little worried about. Dj more. they're making use of everybody. They have which is a staple of joe brady does but in fairness they. They're they're not because they're not making use of dj more. Well they did well. not this. is we hear what what about right. There were several weeks to begin the or were. They didn't do with curtis samuel. What about clyde edwards helaire guys. Where are you on on him. Feel god i mean got bailed out by the touchdown catch..

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"henry projects" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"henry projects" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"And send us any questions or comments that you have. Froze for a second you, I. But I'm sure you did a great year, okay? So we we love to hear from you. If you're listening for the first time, please send US something or if you've been listening for a while, please send us something if you haven't yet. And now the the one we have this week. It's very much on the proceeds. Because Henry's kind soul goes to have you. On it, yeah, thank you for reminding me so the film woods Dot Com, which is you know the our website for all you? People yeah people out there. There is a a merchandise store that we have t shirts. Stickers, a Mug, coffee, Mug and that is on the main page, and so if you buy anything any other products, all the proceeds go to the cove in nineteen charities, as does the the masks through the advertising Yeah, well. Oh yeah, okay so. This one comes from. Via Twitter. Method of apart dirt turns into. Love it. Love it yes, I love especially leaves Aram assists. Wow, leaves people wanting more I it leaves, leaves people. 'cause leaves turn into dirt yes. Yes. They know what they know, yeah. They, say hi friends. Hello. I have a simple but essential question. Okay, sorry, if this has been covered already now we do that problem. Hey, no tall! We do I've met Daniel Radcliffe Yeah. We just repeat ourselves so good. Flat out is citizen Kane. overrated show believe me I've tried I've tried watching it five times. Okay, so so bored. What is the matter? Okay heap rocking you till in our little chairs. It was that. Them what's up. And that he's they said keep rocking yet, and I said in my little chair. Okay, I love this little. It's normal I. Love would. Dirt turns into has has helped you become. What's that I think that's my favorite thing. You've ever said Oh in our low chairs on bad. Joke Yeah. I'm so sad. Comey the took coming Bang Bang off Netflix's. I'm pissed Oh. Yeah! Thank, God they still like nine thousand of the podcast, but anyway Now, we've talked about even relatively recently about starting starting to watch classic films and how to do it, which everybody should. Thing it should be. Guarded in one thousand nine. Hundred Channel Henry. Projects. I should start another podcast I mean there's just so many ideas I want to be in my God Koi. I would never do on without you fine, yeah! Mike, Stretching over here I'm so sorry you're probably. Doing Toward? and. This one sorry audience talk good Khloe his. Is Citizen Kane overrated. Let's say on three three. One, two three. No, no is no sorry. Dirt turns you. Let me tell you this. Let me tell you this. Let me tell you. I think. Look I. Don't I think there's a problem with expectation and hype and everything so I do. I wish that it was just like a little thing. People stumbled upon. Yes, because I think that. Make it easier because I think part of the problem is. People are like I'm supposed to think this is amazing. I'm right and takes away from the real experience because. It's it is I think truly a masterpiece sin so much like narrative film and everything and so Khun textually as well as annoying as it is like for the history of film, it's very valid, but also just as its own work. It's like I think it's pretty incredible. but I definitely get where you're coming from. You know dirt turns into. Yes, I I. I had to watch it. Maybe I don't know two or three times probably throughout my film schooling, and it's I have the utmost as you said the utmost respect for it and appreciation for it, because just the the complexity of the story, and the technical feats, as well is kind of undeniable when talking about film, but is it the most entertaining movie to watch? Not Really I I. I haven't I have no very little interest in going back to anytime soon, but that doesn't mean that it shouldn't be seen now, but sticks it. It sticks in your memory. Yeah, with something you can fake based on like hype like you can hear his voice, and you can at least I can cannon yeah, but I see wide Bahar to get into, but one time I just simply click like I had that with should creek I watched the first episode like nine times. Guess what that show is the frequent best of all time. I'm saying right now Henry it's great show ever I love it I'm glad you like asses. Everything passes. Please like me show passes. Every show every. Rally comes second. Okay, it's incredibly beautiful, but it took me not a pet, but also the first episode. They're all like suck ECE, point as I. Mean people. I was the same subway took me a while, but also this is a much better example I'm I've tried to watch maniac. Got Me back on the Fukunaga Express so I'm so grateful Henry. I love him and I couldn't get into maniac mouse like Dang. Good right but. Click just was the right time. Right place for me. I'm I'm so in it now. Okay now revelations. It might have also been that thing of like you carry. Jody's my guy so I was like ready for Maniac, and maybe that was part of the problem as well you know. So that might be thing with citizen. Kane could be yeah, and but you know cooks. Use me even with that being said. is of all the films as we talked about I think maybe a couple of months ago I'm not sure. Is that the first film you should watch when going to explore older films now? I wouldn't say so Darwin. Pat Yes. Start with psycho something like that and then. Citizen Kane is really yeah. As as I was saying it's. It's not one that I watch for. Pure entertainment level, but every time I have seen it the amazement of the. Cinematic feat that it is. Is You know and to store that a for better or worse holds up very well. Oh Yeah. So I I'm sorry to say it. Dirt turns into a I. I don't think it's overrated I. Get your your anger your confusion. Even start with like another a Orson Welles. Maybe there are all kinds of. Touch of evil touching people's like the other most famous ONC- I'd go for that. Maybe. Live. Yeah. Them, a lot of stuff. All right well. Thanks, thanks for the question we. A Lot, we go all right well. Let's and again the film buds podcast g mail DOT COM Please send US stuff if you have not yet and thank you to the people who have thank you. Yeah and become a patron. Why not? That's cool So, all right well, let's let's enough with our picks of the week, shall we? Khloe I've I have a handful of things, but you were kind of teasing. Shown my hand so here we are okay. I'll start off this time. I did see I if I'm sorry if I'm butchering the name I did see Menasheh or Menashe I, you know. Please Sarah Wreck up there. Yep, please correct me if I'm wrong. This one is a a twenty four film as well, and it's entirely in Yiddish, and it is on Netflix right now, and it follows a father who has a young son, who, and the the father, just as much as he tries. He just can't get anything right. He's always showing late. He's always. Spilling things and having these accidents, and even though his intentions are entirely store, right entirely good..

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"henry projects" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"henry projects" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Specie is the executive director of PR and communications at Canary Speech Walking Caitlin. Thanks for being here for having so Canary. Speech was named one of the most promising. Nlp STARTUPS TWO THOUSAND. Nineteen and the company describes itself as being at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Can you tell us a little bit more about what Canary Speech does? And why it is seen as one of the most promising and I'LL BE STARTUPS. Not a great question. You know what I think about. That really takes me back to origin story right. How do we start so five years ago? Our founders Jess Adams in Henry Call. They had been friends for over nearly three decades. Honestly and you know they had lived their careers and they got together and what they wanted to do was set auguste standard in a speech and language industry. They were poised to do it right both. Jeff and Henry. They have a clear the experience in Ashley had the excitement to do it and it really well doctors one question and why light you mentioned because normally talk about speech language industry it really can get techy if you don't really deep which is exciting that fun but what we started with nearest started with was this is how is was humans understand the raw motion in the words that someone speaks. You know when you're talking to your sister or your best friends and you ask how their duty say no good but not you know. There's something different right it's off. And how can we do that as humans? And how you use and what we've done is use machine guided machine learning and to really understand identify conditions. So that really is us so now. Today were six. Hatton's later boss. Us An international. And we've just taken this to a whole new level of redefining speaking language in the healthcare industry and so we talk about healthcare in No the intersection there. That that's really what we're setting out to utilize each language in the healthcare industry and bringing it just that step further so about you know. That's exciting because it does take voice to another level like you said you're not only hearing the words but your understanding you know they should behind what's being said and especially in the healthcare space. That's really important. How are you able to do that? I mean if you can talk about that a little bit. Is there a lot of testing research? They're able to kind us to understand the emotions. Someone's voice yes so really I like to Don frears and so what we've done is we've identified two thousand four hundred fifty eight biomarkers in speech. Okay what is a biomarker? What we're talking about here is like tonal. Quality these aspects of speech but mo up. It's what our body creates. And so we're gonNA find these biomarkers and then we developed bottles that are Z. Specific so they're not person's right cake a rich history of somebody's entire healthcare data and compare it but really what we're duty is a disease that he used mass in really scaled and just be utilized healthcare industry and then he used these models as our speech data so we started out here siege. Five years ago we really were focused on farm street. We were in FDA. Hire me cynical. Trials to this is very controlled environment right and we did this. Because we wanted to be able to cruise our technology and energy to get s right wide able to really tune in for router market or the playstation of it and so we really spent a solid three years of just focusing on these controlled. Studies REALLY AMAZING COPIES. Who wanted to get their to market or just simply to help with a civic disease and so that was really exciting to be a part of that and then we really moved into studies where we from the one hundred group right that were testing to really like in the thousand. Just last month we were able to reach a project that had heard ten thousand over dissipate and that was just exciting me. Mary siege his coming to blow background. Like how is this talk about area of science but what we realized early on was that we need full sets to go into a steadier going for project so what we do is hatcher tissue speech on a person's smart device so we use iphones IPADS android. We use these devices to captures fees. We also talk about the intersection of healthcare technology. What's really exciting is. We decided again early. On though he needed to create that bridge. What we were doing in the healthcare street was connected to what we were going to rate so reduce we include the gold standard Or are the panels which used to go to your doctor if you're dealing with stress I e Rd typically piece of paper that you're asked to allow the pen and paper and rate yourself on Howard layer urge years weeks ago and that's what your position uses to solve. You treats the symptoms that you're dealing with when you work with your physician that you say you could just read their seconds of across cheer South Kearns for the doctors I and made from that based on her stress near Zion Unions. And now we're there which brothels really exciting as a company you've made strides that that's a society scalable. That's Donbass it and resilient school that your physician to news you can use these tests. Don't have to be administrated within the hospital space or in the administrative is like family real and that's a place where is comfortable and you think about what's gone on over the last three or by months with coded ninety it really brings tall houses centerstage in funny. I was seven or eight years ago. I was on one of the committees to bring telehealth mount healthcare in your mouth. Nearly ten years ago I started my career there and is now. I'm embarrassed to say but I used to work for the very first time three months ago. I got a cold sore. I mean I knew it wasn't over ninety but I knew I needed some kind of policy packer. Someone is able to use tell homey bonus. I think that's really going to become the nor so. Yeah that's simple bit of our coaching kind of how I see it. How we see ED signing into healthcare. I agree. I mean we've definitely been using. How much more than we have over time and like I said I love that you all are kind of focusing on this emotional piece. You had mentioned earlier that your company also has multiple patents. Can you share with us? What they are. And why was it important for the company to have patents and do you think that something other voice technology companies should be doing for sure so that we pride ourselves? Moore is coming non-negotiable or Henry Projects. They knew that they wanted language. And in order to do that we had to prove that our technology was novel. And it's really exciting. Because just two weeks ago he had are six patents in the EU and so total right so acid time is for the EU. We were awarded one hundred of our planes which is now is not Donald Law. We were in a meeting with one of our clients. Actually find that I met last lie. Voice show guys and they astor pat they. So what do you think about these pens and looked around set rock-solid on that was exciting? I was excited be in for CEO. So I'll break down. Three strategic areas are Hatton's first one is that selection of the twenty four hundred biomarkers show and that had is called is slipping speech germs for building models for detecting medical conditions. So that patent is discharge behind. It is how we go about these biomarkers and using them within our guy and then the second is the. Pat Huddle is medical assessment based on voice. So there's really strategies around this particular the versus we use these selected biographers to identify. Disease are hunger stations. Each right. We're not to read this verbatim Hans. That's awkward not natural right. We're saying hey is our technology on conversational speech. Something that you and I are right now. And then. The third kind of strategy area is use of this artificial speech on vices in zone patented utilize the techniques together on smart devices. And what would that be your watch or your phone right? In an dots really were strategies are heads and do you think that something that other companies should be considering as well. Yeah I think from my understanding what I've soaked would ask and Henry a lot of times which is amazing but a one of these patents have been created and spinoff universities because in which is amendable enemy. Because it's really those who are in it for researchy they've been able to patent it but I we've been able to go further own past so yes I think it's something not. You're not.

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How a Top NLP Startup is Growing, with Caitlyn Brooksby, Executive Director of PR/Communications at Canary Speech

Inside VOICE

10:00 min | 1 year ago

How a Top NLP Startup is Growing, with Caitlyn Brooksby, Executive Director of PR/Communications at Canary Speech

"Is the executive director of PR and communications at Canary Speech Walking Caitlin. Thanks for being here for having so Canary. Speech was named one of the most promising. Nlp STARTUPS TWO THOUSAND. Nineteen and the company describes itself as being at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Can you tell us a little bit more about what Canary Speech does? And why it is seen as one of the most promising and I'LL BE STARTUPS. Not a great question. You know what I think about. That really takes me back to origin story right. How do we start so five years ago? Our founders Jess Adams in Henry Call. They had been friends for over nearly three decades. Honestly and you know they had lived their careers and they got together and what they wanted to do was set auguste standard in a speech and language industry. They were poised to do it right both. Jeff and Henry. They have a clear the experience in Ashley had the excitement to do it and it really well doctors one question and why light you mentioned because normally talk about speech language industry it really can get techy if you don't really deep which is exciting that fun but what we started with nearest started with was this is how is was humans understand the raw motion in the words that someone speaks. You know when you're talking to your sister or your best friends and you ask how their duty say no good but not you know. There's something different right it's off. And how can we do that as humans? And how you use and what we've done is use machine guided machine learning and to really understand identify conditions. So that really is us so now. Today were six. Hatton's later boss. Us An international. And we've just taken this to a whole new level of redefining speaking language in the healthcare industry and so we talk about healthcare in No the intersection there. That that's really what we're setting out to utilize each language in the healthcare industry and bringing it just that step further so about you know. That's exciting because it does take voice to another level like you said you're not only hearing the words but your understanding you know they should behind what's being said and especially in the healthcare space. That's really important. How are you able to do that? I mean if you can talk about that a little bit. Is there a lot of testing research? They're able to kind us to understand the emotions. Someone's voice yes so really I like to Don frears and so what we've done is we've identified two thousand four hundred fifty eight biomarkers in speech. Okay what is a biomarker? What we're talking about here is like tonal. Quality these aspects of speech but mo up. It's what our body creates. And so we're gonNA find these biomarkers and then we developed bottles that are Z. Specific so they're not person's right cake a rich history of somebody's entire healthcare data and compare it but really what we're duty is a disease that he used mass in really scaled and just be utilized healthcare industry and then he used these models as our speech data so we started out here siege. Five years ago we really were focused on farm street. We were in FDA. Hire me cynical. Trials to this is very controlled environment right and we did this. Because we wanted to be able to cruise our technology and energy to get s right wide able to really tune in for router market or the playstation of it and so we really spent a solid three years of just focusing on these controlled. Studies REALLY AMAZING COPIES. Who wanted to get their to market or just simply to help with a civic disease and so that was really exciting to be a part of that and then we really moved into studies where we from the one hundred group right that were testing to really like in the thousand. Just last month we were able to reach a project that had heard ten thousand over dissipate and that was just exciting me. Mary siege his coming to blow background. Like how is this talk about area of science but what we realized early on was that we need full sets to go into a steadier going for project so what we do is hatcher tissue speech on a person's smart device so we use iphones IPADS android. We use these devices to captures fees. We also talk about the intersection of healthcare technology. What's really exciting is. We decided again early. On though he needed to create that bridge. What we were doing in the healthcare street was connected to what we were going to rate so reduce we include the gold standard Or are the panels which used to go to your doctor if you're dealing with stress I e Rd typically piece of paper that you're asked to allow the pen and paper and rate yourself on Howard layer urge years weeks ago and that's what your position uses to solve. You treats the symptoms that you're dealing with when you work with your physician that you say you could just read their seconds of across cheer South Kearns for the doctors I and made from that based on her stress near Zion Unions. And now we're there which brothels really exciting as a company you've made strides that that's a society scalable. That's Donbass it and resilient school that your physician to news you can use these tests. Don't have to be administrated within the hospital space or in the administrative is like family real and that's a place where is comfortable and you think about what's gone on over the last three or by months with coded ninety it really brings tall houses centerstage in funny. I was seven or eight years ago. I was on one of the committees to bring telehealth mount healthcare in your mouth. Nearly ten years ago I started my career there and is now. I'm embarrassed to say but I used to work for the very first time three months ago. I got a cold sore. I mean I knew it wasn't over ninety but I knew I needed some kind of policy packer. Someone is able to use tell homey bonus. I think that's really going to become the nor so. Yeah that's simple bit of our coaching kind of how I see it. How we see ED signing into healthcare. I agree. I mean we've definitely been using. How much more than we have over time and like I said I love that you all are kind of focusing on this emotional piece. You had mentioned earlier that your company also has multiple patents. Can you share with us? What they are. And why was it important for the company to have patents and do you think that something other voice technology companies should be doing for sure so that we pride ourselves? Moore is coming non-negotiable or Henry Projects. They knew that they wanted language. And in order to do that we had to prove that our technology was novel. And it's really exciting. Because just two weeks ago he had are six patents in the EU and so total right so acid time is for the EU. We were awarded one hundred of our planes which is now is not Donald Law. We were in a meeting with one of our clients. Actually find that I met last lie. Voice show guys and they astor pat they. So what do you think about these pens and looked around set rock-solid on that was exciting? I was excited be in for CEO. So I'll break down. Three strategic areas are Hatton's first one is that selection of the twenty four hundred biomarkers show and that had is called is slipping speech germs for building models for detecting medical conditions. So that patent is discharge behind. It is how we go about these biomarkers and using them within our guy and then the second is the. Pat Huddle is medical assessment based on voice. So there's really strategies around this particular the versus we use these selected biographers to identify. Disease are hunger stations. Each right. We're not to read this verbatim Hans. That's awkward not natural right. We're saying hey is our technology on conversational speech. Something that you and I are right now. And then. The third kind of strategy area is use of this artificial speech on vices in zone patented utilize the techniques together on smart devices. And what would that be your watch or your phone right? In an dots really were strategies are

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"henry projects" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"henry projects" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Same with me man. If I had a hammer kill all the gangs do kill all the hood rats spouse thing. I want to say over this town. Herman killed all the black bull coming. Mind I didn't sit You know what that's all right then means you didn't see John Henry. Oh Man John Henry American folklore. Yep that's true. Some people say as far as a fictitious American folk lore heroes go. He's right up with the best of What was the one that goes bill pickles? Who got that Blue Cal? Johnny appleseed Johnny out now fucking this season and but Pegos bill and Paul Bunyamin. Oh Jeez including you boy. John Henry Man John Henry how he made it 'cause stale pickles Paul Bunyan. Don't die at the end of the story. No but hey you know the sacrifice his life all the way man they get to work on time. You've got to work on time and die for. Yeah but yeah you know? Actually I think Paul Bunyan didn't I don't think so he didn't. I thought he went to like a giant heaven with his. Some people calling the does say that he's not the plague. The Black Paul Bunyan. Let him have his own life. Yeah man he's a real American net man right there you know. Here's the thing you saw American. They turned them Gangsta. Nagano's gangster Gangsta Henry up in the House Man. For months months people have been trying to get me to watch this trailer. Yeah I don't this is out already. How long has it been out? Because I don't know because somebody just emailed me today. Say Watch this this John. Henry with ludicrous in Terry crews and I'm looking at this and I'm thinking because I remember seeing a while back. You know people asking me to watch this but I'll put on Netflix today. And they said it was like then number five most watch movie right now. List of top ten net flicks films. I don't know because like I said I scroll through the top ten and it wasn't in there. Some people say I just saw today so I don't know but for some reason this blowing up again and people. Maybe it's corona people just ran out of shit to watch. I do think that when we look back in history things that were number one ranked highly going to have to have an asterix. Okay during the time of Corona Netflix. Just released this week is what people are saying so man. I'm looking at this in this. This one of the reasons why I didn't really watch it. Allowed me to humbly say. I am sorry I did not listen to you because I didn't know it was this crazy. I didn't know this shit. Was this wild man. The other part of me wants to skew. What's to blame? You mad edgy. 'cause I'm like why don't you fucking say it? Was this insane gum looking at this. I had no clue that it was a good John. Henry I duNno with Gangster Henry this because let me tell you man I I saw. I saw some promotional pitches for it and I said well you know it looks like just plain old John Henry. Yeah Yeah but you know. I mean. Considering how often John Henry is used as kind of a totem for black superheroes All right maybe. It's got some element of that. I'm looking at this and I thought he was in the middle of a burning cottonfields. I I thought L. A.'s. Burning only one man was that late. I thought I really not know I thought that was just. I thought he'd just burned up the south something. I thought he was working on the railroad because I thought I thought it was going to be traditional John Henry. 'cause I saw him right and I was like all right. You know what I mean. Then a period piece clothing right there but you know you got a gray white wife beater. He's yeah he's snatched. Vin diesel a sleeveless right here. I thought I don't know man. You know maybe back in the day. The sleeves just fit. People thought that was in front of a slave house plantation. Right there I really did. No I just thought all right you know what it looks like. Okay Story of the John Henry always heard of. If it's good then I'll hear about it and I'll go ahead and watch it and then I looked at a picture today and I was like okay. Why the fuck is eating contest? You like then. I will win far into the future. I just figure okay. He's here to clean up the neighborhood. And Yeah then. I said okay. Let Me Watch. This and I looked at the trailer for this and come to find out that they actually did. A gangster hood spin on the John Henry methology man and us. You know what I mean. This could work out either way because this this looks up. This looks crazy about it. Peaking over NSA films. That's powering. Power Rangers in yeah and we got the black rating here. Everybody got through powers. Nice suits and gave him a piece of equipment from Home Depot Radio Ham Sword. Though I said man you know I looked at I said this look silly as for and yet some parts of Animal La. I mean just because they're trying to do something different angle now okay. Some of looks inspired. Sure I'll I'll I'll bite take now the other thing is. This is not to be confused with that other John Henry Project. That Netflix is doing with dwayne Johnson. What what they say. The authentically cast it in.

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"henry projects" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"henry projects" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"So why wouldn't you give it a try over five hundred thousand thousand reviews whole. That's an alarming. I mean that's a lot of reviews for pointing star Rating. Why wouldn't you give it a try ring in the new year with less stuff in your home and more money in your pocket with macari? That's NPR's C. A. R. I.. macari the selling APP you know. Clean out the house a little bit. Get some cash on the side. Everything's ship so there's no awkward meet ups they'll even send you a shipping label via email macari. Download the APP M. E. R. C. A. R.. I make money for the stuff jeff lying around in the Kansas City chiefs proved once again that it doesn't matter how many mistakes they make. It doesn't matter how slow they start. The Kansas City chiefs can beat you whenever however however with whomever you WANNA double team our best guys no big deal will find other guys. You haven't even heard of them scored touchdowns you think we're only gonNA throw the ball. Just wait until the second half half Andy. Reid chooses to run the ball. And you think Patrick Mahomes this gunslinger this guy that can throw the ball eighty yards on a dime. If he wants to won't make smart decisions you're wrong. He'll throw the ball away and and then he'll take exactly what the defense gives them in run the ball and scamper the ball all over the place. The Tennessee Titans yesterday came in with a great plan. We're going to have sustained drives. WE'RE GONNA pick up first downs. We're going to get the run game going into that Ryan Tannehill opening up. We're GONNA do this. They settle for a field goal. Early three nothing then scored touchdown ten. Nothing and everybody's like wait a minute. When did a minute is this the same thing we saw last week? Or is this the Tennessee titans destiny leading them to a victory over a team. That looks unstoppable. And then all of a sudden what happened. The Kansas City chiefs decided they were going to be good again. Flip the switch. Patrick moms lead to non feeling like forty five seconds scores a touchdown the back in the Game Bing Bang Boom. Take the lead before half in at Halftime Mike Variable Dean pees in the boys had to make a decision they just seen Patrick. Mahomes at chiefs offense in second quarter. Get Hot he knows that. In the last two games the Kansas City chiefs in the second quarter have six drives for six touchdowns they they decided to completely abort Derrick Henry Project which has been the thing that they've been banking on their entire season. This entire magical run has been Derrick Henry in the second half they even instead another pre game shows like Derrick Henry in the first half. His numbers aren't that great. Whatever he gets gone but in the second half is when Derrick Henry just punishes people he's averaging like ten yards words carry in the second half boom-boom but what happened was they saw? Patrick mahomes Andy Reid in the boys get hot in the second quarter in that time they said we got to put this on Ryan Tannehill. We're going to have to throw this ball. We can't run the rock because if we do that they're just gonNA outscore us and they're going to keep him moving. Derrick Henry negative one yards in the second half he had the same amount amount of first. Downs is Patrick. Mahomes did with his legs they completely aborted the mission and instead the Kansas City chiefs who have done this time and time out especially in the last eight weeks as run made a team play left handed which is something that the Patriots used to do is something that good teams used to do. And it's a great way to win especially when you have an offense that can score as quick is a Hiccup Patrick. Mahomes is an alien. This dude has every single thing you could ever ask for for an NFL quarterback yes. Lamar Jackson was an anomaly. Is An anomaly. That offense was catered to Lamar Jackson making plays. And if Lamar Jackson's off just a little bit it turns out the titans get that win but with Patrick Mahomes and all the weapons. It just feels like this guy whenever he wants however he wants can pick apart of defense now did he forget dropped into a situation. That's beautiful with one of the best. NFL coaches of all time. Andy Reid one of the best play callers of all time Andy Reid and be enemy and also it was one of the greatest offensive sets of weapons of all time. Yes but as you take advantage of it absolutely patch bombs also the only player to ever be drafted by Detroit team to start in a super bowl. Come on I mean. Do you really have to bring that up. So hey credit the Tigers though they knew they had an athlete in that guy but then matter should maybe take the tiger guide to the Lions to get Patrick mahomes potentially there but Patrick mahomes and by the way Chicago bears have to be watching the stoop. 'cause they drafted Mitchell trubisky. Yeah Yeah Zito is laughing at Detroit there. You deserved it too. But what Patrick MOMS offense can do whatever they want whatever they want they just have to flip a switch in the defense of the chief chiefs since week. Eleven has been the number one defense in the NFL now. They gave up twenty four points at the Texans and the first first quarter of a game last week. So that's that's obviously something to open your eyes or they were down ten nothing to titans in the first quarter this week. That's something open your eyes to but since week eleven the Kansas City chiefs defense is average giving up sixteen eighteen points. That's it sixteen points. You do a little quick math. Patrick mahomes can score seventeen points and any given quarter with his left hand hand. This is a recipe for success. Even have blinders on special teams. They give up block kicks they do all these things they muffed punts they do all these things and special teams. They give up fake AAC punch like they did yesterday the titans when it was obvious that they were probably going to fake it down three scores in the fourth quarter. It doesn't matter because of how to the offense is how the defenses. That team is a buzzsaw now. That team is going to be tough to stop because once you think you'll w misguide sky somehow someway beach the GM drafted somebody else android plugs woman and they do something wildly different than somebody else gets the ball. They ran the ball down. The titans throats ran the ball down the titans throats in the third quarter. When you thought that that team couldn't do anything instead said that they only ran on twenty four percent of their plays or whatever in the second half that chief said? We'll run all over this team. If you WANNA drop eight guys in coverage eight guys in his own in only have a three man rush on Patrick mahomes would just run the ball or pat will run himself and they took advantage of everything. Incredible run by the Tennessee. Titans actually hate that. It's going to stop. I enjoyed watching him play football. I enjoyed watching the guys. Two hundred and forty seven pounds on twenty twenty one miles an hour through people around people in shake the hell out of people. I loved watching the titans team. But if you're titans fan twenty-eight free agents on that team twenty eight of them in the nature of the beast this in the NFL there's a lot of people on that team. Her never going to see each other again ever ever. They just had this miraculous ron in the locker. They're celebrating together. They're getting on planes together. They were taking pictures together. They won on this dynasty. Like thing and now they will never see each other again. Those might be to notable the players twenty eight people have to get their business settled. Two of them are Ryan. Tannehill dare Kenner a large part of this success now. Granted the offense of wine also but that run. That's come to an end. Has A lot of Tennessee. Titans fans thinking damn. This was our chance. Now let's see how the business unfolds but the chiefs team handled them very easily in made the Tennessee. Titans become a team team that they weren't almost made Tennessee. Titans team panicked which we didn't think we're GONNA see. The chiefs are just incredible. I don't think there's any other way to say and granted. It's a double edged sword kind with mahomes because everyone talks about you know. He's got all these weapons. He makes those guys better like how many how many quarterbacks I mean he's hitting Tyreek Hill in stride on those bombs like there's a a handful of guys that can actually do that so yeah he's got a bunch of incredible weapons but I mean already at twenty. Three people are talking about him. Being the best quarterback ever and it's it's almost hard to argue when you watch him play. Andy Reid is a guy who took the Philadelphia Eagles to a super bowl for the first time in twenty four years in Philadelphia now. He's taking the Kansas City chiefs super bowl for the first time in fifty years for Kansas City. I still don't know which Kansas City it is but one of the Kansas City Missouri congrats the bus both both Kansas. Yes both states yes both both Kansas and Missouri. But they haven't been born fifty years. Andy Reid has gotten them. They're now this is Andrew's best team. A lot of people might say uh-huh Four Eagles Teams as best team that was with dock INS and mcnabb. Teo was there and all that this team right here is Andy Reid. Most talented team in Andy. She reads Steve Spagnuola be enemy. They've figured out a way to take advantage of all of their weapons. The only the only thing about it is they seem to lack discipline. They they jumped off sides. They make stupid they do stupid things off the ball. BLINDSIDE block sets them back inside the ten for some the punt that was the MO and the team by the way if you can put the chiefs inside depend upon the jump off sides a lot. They make special teams blunders. They did it just yesterday but none of it matters. Because Andy Reid and be enemy take care take advantage of all the weapons they have an offense. Inspectional has the defense playing better than they've ever played Chris. Jones Number Ninety Five D. tackle didn't play in the first round our division around the plan because of a calf if injured comes back this week. They said they're going to have him. Limited after the third time he was in on the game or on the field he was looking at the crowd getting them pumped up. It's like Oh this guy's ready to play this. This guy's all the way back. He was on the field. Eighteen Times was double team. Sixteen Times had four pressures in two tackles or something like that. He's just a game record Chris. Jones's this is he's great to be back entire. Matthew just like Rob Nicovic came on in the first hour said Richard Sherman was an attitude changer for the San Francisco. Forty niners defense tyrant. Matthew was an Attitude Changer for that chiefs defense now. Sorensen's making a lot of place classic White Guy Planes Safety Smart..

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"But do you consider letting tannahill throw a little bit more working off of play action early. Do use the pass game to set up the Ron or do you just go back to what you know. Best and attack the chiefs trying to run the football and run that bowling ball into what Kansas City. You'll probably only playing eight. Maybe nine Ma'am box. If they can listen like I'm not trying to be a you know past the ball every single down guy. I'm actually pretty old school. Defense hard. Hits running the ball. That stuff is fun to me. I Love Watching Boring football cashing unders and running the football. You know I think it does help in controlling the game in in helping create a style which you want to implement and so I think inevitably only the diets are going to run the ball here. But it's really interesting to me how we are starting to factor things and the bottom line. Is this like we're now at a point where every single play you run on. Offense has an expected point value and a lot of people are kind kind of hyping. It up they've really caught on this season right. EPA and some believe it's fractionally better to us than success fast rate in terms of projecting for me. I like trying to get my hands on everything in factoring in all elements but the point is here more often. You're you're expected acted points per play increase when passing rather than running right passengers leads to to a higher. EPA than running it. It's really that simple. So it's like yes. It'd be great to you to stop Derrick Henry but we think about this all the time. It's like money ball. It taught us right. It doesn't matter how you get to first base whether you take a hit You get along you get get plunked or or you walk. The goal in football right is to pick up as many as you can any way you can because inherently more yards more points so go back to the first first matchup in week. Ten Henry has one hundred. Eighty eight rushing are Stott right. Titans are still trail and at home by nine late in the fourth. Quarter against a a hobbling mahomes. Henry's projected to have I believe one hundred three and a half as is the number. I'm seeing here in the market. Okay Chris Jones might not play in that. That could be very true. Like Andy. Reid was pretty noncommittally. came out and was like hey wasn't even close to playing last week. Couldn't even push off so he said he was really unsure that he'd be able to play here against the titans so to me. It's like how many more yards can derrick henry. Half like he's got to be able to run the ball here so what else can happen at one hundred eighty eight last game last time. These guys play I just when you're projecting this it's like yeah. They should be able to run. Obviously Steve spagnolo is is going to be stopped. Henry you know it's GonNa be really difficult to do We've no the chiefs have some issues defending ground games. You just look you know as a whole throughout the season. Fifty three percent of runs of grade successful if you look at trending metrics which a lot of people are now starting to in. It'll appear that the chiefs have done much better late and they have since week eleven casey's training to be slightly below average stopping the run. But I think there's a bigger question. Did they really improve stopping the run or did their opponents get much weaker and I think it's probably a little bit of the latter fourth easiest schedule of run offenses. This is the chiefs have faced since week eleven. This is certainly a more difficult task here. I think spectacle is going to have to come up with something completely different right than the game plan. He employed last week. If you look actually did a decent job stopping the run early on in that game and then once they built the lead it was a lot of drop Savon drop a case as he did a good job getting pressure with only three and four guys rushing. Frank Clark was out of his mind. You're obviously need more guys in the box for a game like this but again I come back to. It's like are you going to employ the same strategy that Bill Belichick debt which was let these guys run in. Take away away the play action pass. Take away the deep in technically. It worked again even last week. I Know Tennessee scores Twenty eight but two of them are onshore fields. They really truly drove the ball onto of their drives. Offensively that was basically we have one was a really long explosive run by Derrick Henry so yes yes stack the box. It'd be nice to have Chris Jones Back Thornhill is obviously we out. Maybe there is some areas to attack within that chief secondary but I think it's. It's vital todd when Tannehill sees these loaded boxes he's gotta locate okay Johnny Smith. That's where he's going to have a real advantage here. I think Casey struggle to defend tight ends again. This season Whether you're looking at quarterbacks targeting targeting tight ends which would imply that they're open right or tight end receptions or tight end receiving the chiefs are bottom five and all those categories defending tight tight end. So certainly you're not going to go away from Derrick Henry But when you do pass it's probably going to be Johnny Smith finding some edges. Maybe you're attacking Vulnerabilities in the secondary on deep passes were thornhill was really just doing so much for this chiefs defense. We didn't. We saw that exploited a little literally on right. There was some miscommunication with some new guys back there. They've been testing out fuller at the safety position. miscommunication on that third. One opening drive shot where Uh the Texans found Kenny stills. A couple broken coverages without thornhill there. I do think there's GonNa be a couple opportunities in the past game if you decide to take them for for the titans. What do you make of the total in this game? And we've seen it open fifty one fifty one and a half some shops offshore upwards of fifty three kind of painted in the desert some fifty two and a half and even one on rogue fifty two out there. I think a lot of people when they look at the game they will. Tennessee is going to be alive. Underdog in this spot you would think it has to be correlated towards the under I think you and I have a very very different mindset because if you look at Tennessee. And they're going to be live. They're gonNA have to score points to stay in this football game because anyone asking this game to ultimately be decided twenty one seventeen in my opinions completely deluding themselves. So there's probably not going to be a situation like there was last week. Where or a ten point dog scores? Twenty eight in the total isn't GonNa go over in the mid forties incredible absolutely incredible. Don't start yeah so in. Tennessee is going to have to score and very very real money on the over at fifty one which is again a key number. So that doesn't mean go out they're like a banshee with your head cut off running to go over. Fifty three could still very well win fifty number in the guys the dead Got Out early on Sunday night. Monday night Sunday night. Monday morning i. It'd be tough to to go under the number. I know like if you just look back right and you just took every single football game in the database that had whether you know in below thirty degrees it's going to trend toward gender but again I just the way this is is going to be played. Tennessee is GONNA have to score here because I don't believe in their defense completely and I think he's going to have some advantages here offensively offensively and if Kansas City does get anything about how this could potentially happen okay say Kansas City gets behind. Now they're going to pass something they actually like to do in our better at And say Hian City gets will now. Tennessee is GonNa have to throw the ball back and bill would just sit on the clock even when they do. Run it So yes I the over over here was was was pretty sharp at fifty one to gain too big games Should be fun to watch Sunday afternoon. Of course kicking off in earnest three to five eastern at Arrowhead before the nightcap at six forty takes you out to the bay area for San Francisco and Green Bay. Of course we're not done around these parts. Though after we break both both of them down we do have one order of business in that. Of course being the best bet brought to you courtesy of Fox about where the biggest names sports is now the biggest name in sports batting download the APP from absolute anywhere. Follow your biggest lines plenty of baseball stuff out. There and readily available as well real money wagering in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ania Fox bet. Make the call download the APP today paint. I know there's not a lot of opportunity necessarily with so few games on the board. But where are you. Are you seeing an avenue that our listeners can go and make a few dollars this weekend as we head towards the Super Bowl in your neck of the woods wanted credit for this so let's let's kind of introduced is this as Where we're going in you kind of brought it up and I we can talk about it? What do you think you want to give out the future that we like? Yeah I I mean I think that makes the most sense I mean because the total I know that we've talked about a little bit about but hate giving it out at a number that's no longer readily available on one of these two games forty niners diners you know. We made a strong case where we felt should be a forty niners runaway but yes you never know if the back doors can be opened there and I don't think there's a ton of Wiggle Room Kansas City or Tennessee. Either way so I think think the future makes the most sense. If what we think transpires on Sunday we'll play out and a little bit of the logic behind. Potentially the big game where that number could open as as early as Sunday afternoon when the title game combatants are set. So there's two ways to execute this. You could easily go and take San Francisco to win the super superbowl plus a dollar sixty five right now. or you could use an approach if you have access to certain shops in and you can do this anywhere but based on price because there is some varying price here with this first money. Line do money rolling roll over. So if you look.

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"But do you consider letting tannahill throw a little bit more working off of play action early. Do use the pass game to set up the Ron or do you just go back to what you know. Best and attack the chiefs trying to run the football and run that bowling ball into what Kansas City. You'll probably only playing eight. Maybe nine Ma'am box. If they can listen like I'm not trying to be a you know past the ball every single down guy. I'm actually pretty old school. Defense hard. Hits running the ball. That stuff is fun to me. I Love Watching Boring football cashing unders and running the football. You know I think it does help in controlling the game in in helping create a style which you want to implement and so I think inevitably only the diets are going to run the ball here. But it's really interesting to me how we are starting to factor things and the bottom line. Is this like we're now at a point where every single play you run on. Offense has an expected point value and a lot of people are kind kind of hyping. It up they've really caught on this season right. EPA and some believe it's fractionally better to us than success fast rate in terms of projecting for me. I like trying to get my hands on everything in factoring in all elements but the point is here more often. You're you're expected acted points per play increase when passing rather than running right passengers leads to to a higher. EPA than running it. It's really that simple. So it's like yes. It'd be great to you to stop Derrick Henry but we think about this all the time. It's like money ball. It taught us right. It doesn't matter how you get to first base whether you take a hit You get along you get get plunked or or you walk. The goal in football right is to pick up as many as you can any way you can because inherently more yards more points so go back to the first first matchup in week. Ten Henry has one hundred. Eighty eight rushing are Stott right. Titans are still trail and at home by nine late in the fourth. Quarter against a a hobbling mahomes. Henry's projected to have I believe one hundred three and a half as is the number. I'm seeing here in the market. Okay Chris Jones might not play in that. That could be very true. Like Andy. Reid was pretty noncommittally. came out and was like hey wasn't even close to playing last week. Couldn't even push off so he said he was really unsure that he'd be able to play here against the titans so to me. It's like how many more yards can derrick henry. Half like he's got to be able to run the ball here so what else can happen at one hundred eighty eight last game last time. These guys play I just when you're projecting this it's like yeah. They should be able to run. Obviously Steve spagnolo is is going to be stopped. Henry you know it's GonNa be really difficult to do We've no the chiefs have some issues defending ground games. You just look you know as a whole throughout the season. Fifty three percent of runs of grade successful if you look at trending metrics which a lot of people are now starting to in. It'll appear that the chiefs have done much better late and they have since week eleven casey's training to be slightly below average stopping the run. But I think there's a bigger question. Did they really improve stopping the run or did their opponents get much weaker and I think it's probably a little bit of the latter fourth easiest schedule of run offenses. This is the chiefs have faced since week eleven. This is certainly a more difficult task here. I think spectacle is going to have to come up with something completely different right than the game plan. He employed last week. If you look actually did a decent job stopping the run early on in that game and then once they built the lead it was a lot of drop Savon drop a case as he did a good job getting pressure with only three and four guys rushing. Frank Clark was out of his mind. You're obviously need more guys in the box for a game like this but again I come back to. It's like are you going to employ the same strategy that Bill Belichick debt which was let these guys run in. Take away away the play action pass. Take away the deep in technically. It worked again even last week. I Know Tennessee scores Twenty eight but two of them are onshore fields. They really truly drove the ball onto of their drives. Offensively that was basically we have one was a really long explosive run by Derrick Henry so yes yes stack the box. It'd be nice to have Chris Jones Back Thornhill is obviously we out. Maybe there is some areas to attack within that chief secondary but I think it's. It's vital todd when Tannehill sees these loaded boxes he's gotta locate okay Johnny Smith. That's where he's going to have a real advantage here. I think Casey struggle to defend tight ends again. This season Whether you're looking at quarterbacks targeting targeting tight ends which would imply that they're open right or tight end receptions or tight end receiving the chiefs are bottom five and all those categories defending tight tight end. So certainly you're not going to go away from Derrick Henry But when you do pass it's probably going to be Johnny Smith finding some edges. Maybe you're attacking Vulnerabilities in the secondary on deep passes were thornhill was really just doing so much for this chiefs defense. We didn't. We saw that exploited a little literally on right. There was some miscommunication with some new guys back there. They've been testing out fuller at the safety position. miscommunication on that third. One opening drive shot where Uh the Texans found Kenny stills. A couple broken coverages without thornhill there. I do think there's GonNa be a couple opportunities in the past game if you decide to take them for for the titans. What do you make of the total in this game? And we've seen it open fifty one fifty one and a half some shops offshore upwards of fifty three kind of painted in the desert some fifty two and a half and even one on rogue fifty two out there. I think a lot of people when they look at the game they will. Tennessee is going to be alive. Underdog in this spot you would think it has to be correlated towards the under I think you and I have a very very different mindset because if you look at Tennessee. And they're going to be live. They're gonNA have to score points to stay in this football game because anyone asking this game to ultimately be decided twenty one seventeen in my opinions completely deluding themselves. So there's probably not going to be a situation like there was last week. Where or a ten point dog scores? Twenty eight in the total isn't GonNa go over in the mid forties incredible absolutely incredible. Don't start yeah so in. Tennessee is going to have to score and very very real money on the over at fifty one which is again a key number. So that doesn't mean go out they're like a banshee with your head cut off running to go over. Fifty three could still very well win fifty number in the guys the dead Got Out early on Sunday night. Monday night Sunday night. Monday morning i. It'd be tough to to go under the number. I know like if you just look back right and you just took every single football game in the database that had whether you know in below thirty degrees it's going to trend toward gender but again I just the way this is is going to be played. Tennessee is GONNA have to score here because I don't believe in their defense completely and I think he's going to have some advantages here offensively offensively and if Kansas City does get anything about how this could potentially happen okay say Kansas City gets behind. Now they're going to pass something they actually like to do in our better at And say Hian City gets will now. Tennessee is GonNa have to throw the ball back and bill would just sit on the clock even when they do. Run it So yes I the over over here was was was pretty sharp at fifty one to gain too big games Should be fun to watch Sunday afternoon. Of course kicking off in earnest three to five eastern at Arrowhead before the nightcap at six forty takes you out to the bay area for San Francisco and Green Bay. Of course we're not done around these parts. Though after we break both both of them down we do have one order of business in that. Of course being the best bet brought to you courtesy of Fox about where the biggest names sports is now the biggest name in sports batting download the APP from absolute anywhere. Follow your biggest lines plenty of baseball stuff out. There and readily available as well real money wagering in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ania Fox bet. Make the call download the APP today paint. I know there's not a lot of opportunity necessarily with so few games on the board. But where are you. Are you seeing an avenue that our listeners can go and make a few dollars this weekend as we head towards the Super Bowl in your neck of the woods wanted credit for this so let's let's kind of introduced is this as Where we're going in you kind of brought it up and I we can talk about it? What do you think you want to give out the future that we like? Yeah I I mean I think that makes the most sense I mean because the total I know that we've talked about a little bit about but hate giving it out at a number that's no longer readily available on one of these two games forty niners diners you know. We made a strong case where we felt should be a forty niners runaway but yes you never know if the back doors can be opened there and I don't think there's a ton of Wiggle Room Kansas City or Tennessee. Either way so I think think the future makes the most sense. If what we think transpires on Sunday we'll play out and a little bit of the logic behind. Potentially the big game where that number could open as as early as Sunday afternoon when the title game combatants are set. So there's two ways to execute this. You could easily go and take San Francisco to win the super superbowl plus a dollar sixty five right now. or you could use an approach if you have access to certain shops in and you can do this anywhere but based on price because there is some varying price here with this first money. Line do money rolling roll over. So if you look.

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"But do you consider letting tannahill throw a little bit more working off of play action early. Do use the pass game to set up the Ron or do you just go back to what you know. Best and attack the chiefs trying to run the football and run that bowling ball into what Kansas City. You'll probably only playing eight. Maybe nine Ma'am box. If they can listen like I'm not trying to be a you know past the ball every single down guy. I'm actually pretty old school. Defense hard. Hits running the ball. That stuff is fun to me. I Love Watching Boring football cashing unders and running the football. You know I think it does help in controlling the game in in helping create a style which you want to implement and so I think inevitably only the diets are going to run the ball here. But it's really interesting to me how we are starting to factor things and the bottom line. Is this like we're now at a point where every single play you run on. Offense has an expected point value and a lot of people are kind kind of hyping. It up they've really caught on this season right. EPA and some believe it's fractionally better to us than success fast rate in terms of projecting for me. I like trying to get my hands on everything in factoring in all elements but the point is here more often. You're you're expected acted points per play increase when passing rather than running right passengers leads to to a higher. EPA than running it. It's really that simple. So it's like yes. It'd be great to you to stop Derrick Henry but we think about this all the time. It's like money ball. It taught us right. It doesn't matter how you get to first base whether you take a hit You get along you get get plunked or or you walk. The goal in football right is to pick up as many as you can any way you can because inherently more yards more points so go back to the first first matchup in week. Ten Henry has one hundred. Eighty eight rushing are Stott right. Titans are still trail and at home by nine late in the fourth. Quarter against a a hobbling mahomes. Henry's projected to have I believe one hundred three and a half as is the number. I'm seeing here in the market. Okay Chris Jones might not play in that. That could be very true. Like Andy. Reid was pretty noncommittally. came out and was like hey wasn't even close to playing last week. Couldn't even push off so he said he was really unsure that he'd be able to play here against the titans so to me. It's like how many more yards can derrick henry. Half like he's got to be able to run the ball here so what else can happen at one hundred eighty eight last game last time. These guys play I just when you're projecting this it's like yeah. They should be able to run. Obviously Steve spagnolo is is going to be stopped. Henry you know it's GonNa be really difficult to do We've no the chiefs have some issues defending ground games. You just look you know as a whole throughout the season. Fifty three percent of runs of grade successful if you look at trending metrics which a lot of people are now starting to in. It'll appear that the chiefs have done much better late and they have since week eleven casey's training to be slightly below average stopping the run. But I think there's a bigger question. Did they really improve stopping the run or did their opponents get much weaker and I think it's probably a little bit of the latter fourth easiest schedule of run offenses. This is the chiefs have faced since week eleven. This is certainly a more difficult task here. I think spectacle is going to have to come up with something completely different right than the game plan. He employed last week. If you look actually did a decent job stopping the run early on in that game and then once they built the lead it was a lot of drop Savon drop a case as he did a good job getting pressure with only three and four guys rushing. Frank Clark was out of his mind. You're obviously need more guys in the box for a game like this but again I come back to. It's like are you going to employ the same strategy that Bill Belichick debt which was let these guys run in. Take away away the play action pass. Take away the deep in technically. It worked again even last week. I Know Tennessee scores Twenty eight but two of them are onshore fields. They really truly drove the ball onto of their drives. Offensively that was basically we have one was a really long explosive run by Derrick Henry so yes yes stack the box. It'd be nice to have Chris Jones Back Thornhill is obviously we out. Maybe there is some areas to attack within that chief secondary but I think it's. It's vital todd when Tannehill sees these loaded boxes he's gotta locate okay Johnny Smith. That's where he's going to have a real advantage here. I think Casey struggle to defend tight ends again. This season Whether you're looking at quarterbacks targeting targeting tight ends which would imply that they're open right or tight end receptions or tight end receiving the chiefs are bottom five and all those categories defending tight tight end. So certainly you're not going to go away from Derrick Henry But when you do pass it's probably going to be Johnny Smith finding some edges. Maybe you're attacking Vulnerabilities in the secondary on deep passes were thornhill was really just doing so much for this chiefs defense. We didn't. We saw that exploited a little literally on right. There was some miscommunication with some new guys back there. They've been testing out fuller at the safety position. miscommunication on that third. One opening drive shot where Uh the Texans found Kenny stills. A couple broken coverages without thornhill there. I do think there's GonNa be a couple opportunities in the past game if you decide to take them for for the titans. What do you make of the total in this game? And we've seen it open fifty one fifty one and a half some shops offshore upwards of fifty three kind of painted in the desert some fifty two and a half and even one on rogue fifty two out there. I think a lot of people when they look at the game they will. Tennessee is going to be alive. Underdog in this spot you would think it has to be correlated towards the under I think you and I have a very very different mindset because if you look at Tennessee. And they're going to be live. They're gonNA have to score points to stay in this football game because anyone asking this game to ultimately be decided twenty one seventeen in my opinions completely deluding themselves. So there's probably not going to be a situation like there was last week. Where or a ten point dog scores? Twenty eight in the total isn't GonNa go over in the mid forties incredible absolutely incredible. Don't start yeah so in. Tennessee is going to have to score and very very real money on the over at fifty one which is again a key number. So that doesn't mean go out they're like a banshee with your head cut off running to go over. Fifty three could still very well win fifty number in the guys the dead Got Out early on Sunday night. Monday night Sunday night. Monday morning i. It'd be tough to to go under the number. I know like if you just look back right and you just took every single football game in the database that had whether you know in below thirty degrees it's going to trend toward gender but again I just the way this is is going to be played. Tennessee is GONNA have to score here because I don't believe in their defense completely and I think he's going to have some advantages here offensively offensively and if Kansas City does get anything about how this could potentially happen okay say Kansas City gets behind. Now they're going to pass something they actually like to do in our better at And say Hian City gets will now. Tennessee is GonNa have to throw the ball back and bill would just sit on the clock even when they do. Run it So yes I the over over here was was was pretty sharp at fifty one to gain too big games Should be fun to watch Sunday afternoon. Of course kicking off in earnest three to five eastern at Arrowhead before the nightcap at six forty takes you out to the bay area for San Francisco and Green Bay. Of course we're not done around these parts. Though after we break both both of them down we do have one order of business in that. Of course being the best bet brought to you courtesy of Fox about where the biggest names sports is now the biggest name in sports batting download the APP from absolute anywhere. Follow your biggest lines plenty of baseball stuff out. There and readily available as well real money wagering in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ania Fox bet. Make the call download the APP today paint. I know there's not a lot of opportunity necessarily with so few games on the board. But where are you. Are you seeing an avenue that our listeners can go and make a few dollars this weekend as we head towards the Super Bowl in your neck of the woods wanted credit for this so let's let's kind of introduced is this as Where we're going in you kind of brought it up and I we can talk about it? What do you think you want to give out the future that we like? Yeah I I mean I think that makes the most sense I mean because the total I know that we've talked about a little bit about but hate giving it out at a number that's no longer readily available on one of these two games forty niners diners you know. We made a strong case where we felt should be a forty niners runaway but yes you never know if the back doors can be opened there and I don't think there's a ton of Wiggle Room Kansas City or Tennessee. Either way so I think think the future makes the most sense. If what we think transpires on Sunday we'll play out and a little bit of the logic behind. Potentially the big game where that number could open as as early as Sunday afternoon when the title game combatants are set. So there's two ways to execute this. You could easily go and take San Francisco to win the super superbowl plus a dollar sixty five right now. or you could use an approach if you have access to certain shops in and you can do this anywhere but based on price because there is some varying price here with this first money. Line do money rolling roll over. So if you look.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"henry projects" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Six just to having a nice chat with medicine six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty let's keep it rolling here okay and we're trying to just take folks in order Mike in Dorchester Mike next on nice I go ahead Mike you're on the ring central nice I call on if you're not if you stepped away for the full you know what my real put Mike on hold please put Mike on hold and we will go next to will come back to my door when you're ready Michael Getcha but not now sherry is in Cambridge I surely how are you tonight all fine look it I'm really thinking outside the box Dan I'm an older woman not called show before and I think that we have to get some young voters so are you I think that Kennedy the Kennedy congressman will do quite well thank you know and you know he's running for Senate while you while he can still I'm you said just think that you just said thank you well I think you yes but he's a congressman right now yes he is no no no no but let me ask you this in all in in all honesty of all of all the other Democrats is there which one do you think in your opinion who's running for president now Joe Biden or lives with Warren Bernice and I shop there too old to take their ages and it Adam up in this wall I mean I'm seventy seven and if that if that includes warned him or both come on let's get real and I if I were young you know if I were one of these you know say thirty thirty five I would really say I'm not I don't want an old college here in New York Donald dot way said Donald Trump is no spring chicken he seventy so I know what I know what I don't want him either so okay I wish you got you got this fellow and I'm with the a lot of the Democrats he Andrew Yang if you look at him at all no okay never heard of him well yes it has okay it's certainly among the democratic leaders Joe Biden lives with one Bernie Sanders the old I'll tell you who's a young guy and he's done pretty well check the the mayor all no no no no no okay some reading on him no really need real flesh fresh blood well Joe Kennedy I'm sure it will be delighted to hear that you you think you should run for president I suspect some day he might it particularly if you could be that mark in the in the democratic primary well it's going to be I think I wish these people under fifty would really wake up and start taking over the elections you see I really do well I love I love your passion and I love you call in I think you're I think you're right I think that it's a it's amazing you know your generation in my generation if you recall sherry back in the day yes I do we used to say don't trust anyone over thirty yeah that is changing you're darn right I needed it okay a company so you do just too old thanks sherry for your call who would you vote for twenty sixteen assume you voted for Hillary no I didn't I voted I don't know who no I didn't vote for Hillary even though I campaigned for her the other the first time she granted no digital sigils that Jill Stein was on the ballot she's no no no no I didn't vote for John did you vote for trial I can imagine you voted for trump no maybe I voted for star but I didn't vote for trump north yes north Hillary all right thanks neither did I really really hot under the collar I love your passion do you have a glass of wine for me okay thank cherry I don't have any here if you do that you have a great day and happy new year we're gonna go back to Mike in Dorchester married you think Mike is ready first now let's see Mike in Dorchester Mike your next year ready I guess not okay let's just lose Mike there because Mike is obviously not interested put on hold I meant thank you drop the call if you like okay let's go next to Henry in canton Massachusetts hello Henry how are you today great great subject it should be top one hundred percent they don't have many sneaky tricks to deal on him nine last that I'm aware of this they can try and reacts the old ones but is not going to be in the act cats coming out of the sleeves against them the way they tried last time active she is accomplished as much as she is accomplished and bring prosperity back into people's eyes at least without what one Democrat working with autism may easily it's it's hard to believe but he just gets up every day and he just keeps going and what he says he's gonna do we accomplishes well you know it was it was interesting and then I want to strike a note of fairness here end and I think you might agree with me or you might disagree with me but president Obama inherited a mess from George Bush if if you remember the stock market well yeah I was twenty houses right right and and and ironically obviously the bush family has not been very supportive of Donald Trump but president Obama spent several years eight years I trying to bring the economy back and he did a pretty good job in terms of the economy sac market was down and help us foreign policy was different but right and so if you want to actually pin the blame on the for the economy you have to look at the bush years and I know that there are a lot of Republicans don't want to hear that particularly those in Massachusetts and New England where the with the bush family is is revered but ironically Donald Trump has been a better steward of the economy the George Bush and probably better than George Herbert Walker bush if the if the truth be known he sure is kind of a relentless for us and he's he's and he stays focusing goes back to where he didn't finish and he should be is one eight he's one of those people six every now and then you meet the life that can keep track of everything at the same time so you were you what number do how many electoral votes do you think he will roll up I'm not that old my lucky numbers for fourteen fourteen well that would be a huge landslide I think that would be that would clearly be a landslide I mean it in terms of our lifetimes the two big electoral college victories were both Richard Nixon over George McGovern and yeah and Ronald Reagan over Walter Mondale in each of those cases McGovern and Mondale only carried their home state in what is to be a person at forty nine one selection and we were the one yes all of that they will bumper strips don't play made from that same Massachusetts I do too well thanks for your when you on science kit Massachusetts this Donald Trump hello this is selection stabs going to be interesting thank you Henry projects call happy new year all right right now great tropical and have a great year I was the site let's hope I hope we all have a great year.

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"henry projects" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"henry projects" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

"Rica on monocle twenty four brought to you by the team behind the preneurs. Henry Hales knew very little about textiles design or retail when he decided to try his hand at making men's underwear. He had some sample boxer shorts made package them up and started selling them at London's spill 'field market at weekends. And the unique part about Henry's projects called the surplus was that all the pieces were made from surplus fabric offcuts from the factories. He approached that was twenty ten and today his surplus brand has three London shops, a growing online business and has grown to become a head to toe menswear label us well making everything from blazers waistcoats to socks and pajamas. Here's Henry now to walk us through the successive surplus and the importance of sustainability to his brand. Originally, I wanted to start amend spoke show business because I thought as a big opportunity I saw the women's don't charade brands, and then saw the in the judgy books short, which is the t shirt lightboxes you had Calvin Klein and then loads of the big brands, but in the woven. There wasn't anyone. That did really nice prints on Boston shorts. That was the original idea. But what I learned is that there were you had to buy a lot to get good volume and good profitability. And it was also a case of engraving screens, and the whole thing was a big challenge. But I realized that when I was going to these factories. They were saying why don't you just make a sample using some material that we have left from previous order. I realized that across London and Italy in wherever there's manufacturers does a cutting table full of surplus cloth. When I thought, well, this is more sustainable enabled me to start smooth and grow from there. And it has a better story. So I had the made up when pick them package the myself brought to table cloth trestle table and turned up Spittal fill market. And so there started sending them and learn a lot those first few days. Learn that Friday's a good day Saturday is a good day Sundays actually best at Spittal filled. And then really, it's just an initially. It was just about you know, the the enthusiasm that I had for the product. And then we started to grow the product range and had repeat customers. And and it grew from there. Originally during the markets meant that I was surrounded by a lot of other smooth brands and makers, you've got to know people and say, let you making dresses, would you mind telling me by factor is and people are happy to help each other out on the mock I find and then when you get good network of supplies. I think it's just about any relationship, you know, trust and paying them on time. And you know, they give I give a bets, and you kind of grow with them. Richness started with the boxer shorts. And then we got quite a bit of press early on. And I started to get contented by the factory saying that we've got some bolts of will always go some silk from Thai fabric and building up this network of supplies. And then they're also job is whose responsibility it is to go to the factories and they buy the fabric Canadian reset. And then you've got the mills who might print too macho we've too much in contact you and say, look, I've got an extra bolt would you be interested? So there's a kind of does a few different places. It can come from. And from the books shorts. We evolved into other accessories. And it was ready when we started making the outerwear. So the kind of Mandarin color, jackets, the woman's jackets, and the narrow jackets will say the waistcoats that we really started to grow as a brand because although the boxer shorts are very key to what we do the price points relatively, no. And we do better from the from the big ticket items. Origin-? It was all using supplus. And then as we grew we try to keep it, you know hundred percent and we went down to eighty percent. And every kind of six months, I would you know, go around and say that now we're any making fifty percent from supplus. What you guys think? Most people said let you built a great brand. You'll staying true to your roots. You trying to keep as much you kinda supplus and actually, you know, bib easier on yourself. So now we make thirty percent using supplus. We still use the same patch. We started with we experiment with recycled yawn, we use organic cottons. We do everything we can. But I think I came relation that restricting us to only make using supplus would mean that we wouldn't be able to scale the business. We make thirty percents for clothing using surplus still owe recycled yawns weapon, we've done a very best to eliminate plastics. We use recycled plastics and some products. So it's really really really important. And I think the industry is very close to completely changing. I hope there's a lot more awareness surrounding a lot more people asking for it. So brand light surplus's quite fortunate that it's kind of part of our DNA the most sustained -able thing would be to carry on wearing the clothes that we have and not buying new clothes. So I have a bit of a challenge with saying, we're a sustainable brand. So although we are, you know, we try in every way possible to be sustainable. I think you've got to be careful by kind of greenwashing things. And so it's not something that we constantly shouting about because impasse, we should do more. But it comes down. To during the best that you can staying true to the supplies that you make using good fabrics creating items last for a long time and Radi being true to the to the original principles. But we're clothing brand that manufactures garments and sells to people. So you have to be careful about saying with the most sustainable thing out there when you know, the more sustainable thing would be to kind of encourage people to web they have.

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"henry projects" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"henry projects" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"I said that I would invite her out for pay for stuff potato skin and. No, no. I mean, you're trying to insult the young lady. No, sir. Well, then why did you do that? Can I answer a question when Jerry get twenty hits a question, everything to answer it head. I mean, I I invited her out for stuff. I have lying around for stuff. For the data skin. Okay. No, I got the part that you invited her out for stuff potato skins. Why? Because the sun to the Mexican scramble felt that would be the most polite thing to do for her is all. Unisom. Let me let me just say this. If I may Norton is at the name. Yeah. Okay. You did that to insult that young lady because you think she's overweight, don't you. Wow. You're absolutely right. That isn't insulting thing that you did to. It's an insulting thing that you did to insult Mindy Kaeling to say the is someone going to help me out here. You did a minute Taylor and say, does he like a up? She likes to fill potato stem on a stop, attended biscuit, Biscayne of scale, your choice in a sire premium. Alright, wait a minute. I agree with everybody here. May I just boil it down? Yeah, get boil it down for us fell. All right. You wanted to go out with her. Keeping her as a all he want to eat is a his Asaf potato potato skin hole. Ho ho skin. Yes. All right. I think you are overstepping your bounds. Mister mister Henry's right though. And he, I. I don't understand this whole sons of the Mexican scramble. See you met on a Sunday morning, you know, that reminds me the song I met him on a Sunday and the dude to do and you're insulting the memory of that song. Aren't you know what song you're talking about? I do Margaret. You're very much right? That was a beautiful song about meeting the boy church. And what are you wanna do you want to default that and beef owl that and you want to go from church too. Taking a girl and basically saying the sign of the cross over her big fat rear end. I, the general is outraged as I am. I don't understand some hold on. Everybody know misery. I wanna be wanna be here. Okay. Oh, I. So we got together the sons with methadone scramble and we said, hey, you know, I want to, you know, ask many Kaley on many project. We saw her on a one commercial. Okay. Misery. Okay. Metairie. Yes. Oh, we, you saw her on the one commercial. What was that promo? I dunno, it's for commercial. I know that when you're talking about it was for some beanery or something right. Get my I think was for beanery out and she was saying she was eating ice cream, and then she goes out on bass, passive, all court. And she said to the dudes, I'm a beautiful woman. Don't be all offended just because I'm checking checking it out. Right? Does Does she she doesn't? doesn't? She. She said, don't be offended because a beautiful woman is touching you. She thought she was invisible in the commercial. Right well, and she swings to her left, and she's going to go on and walk away to by is right there and pretty sick and tired of hearing guys on this show talking about a woman's putt in the baiter when you say the buck swings away, first of low, it gets me thinking too much about a certain. Yeah, you're just talking about you want to think about it. It's the black. Why don't you close at Dickman before something really bad happens not just to you, but you're entire family homes at feel. Are you kidding me? He just printing everybody, calm the fuck down around here. Okay, hurry. All I did was say that I wanted to say the sign across over many galions cheeks and you're talking about you, listen, that's not what you said. You said you wanted to take the woman out for stuffed potato skins. Fill your choice. Say stuff or field your choice, these sour cream or the substitute butter. Now, what difference does it make? You are talking about being a typical sexist jackass at the sons of the Mexican scramble. So you guys are getting together on a Sunday morning to insult women. No, we're not misery, and I'm very well. I gotta tell you, I'm thinking the whole fill Henry project is I just think you, I think you act bad..

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"henry projects" Discussed on IRL: Online Life Is Real Life

IRL: Online Life Is Real Life

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"henry projects" Discussed on IRL: Online Life Is Real Life

"And one of you supported Hillary Clinton in the other supported Donald Trump in the election. Here's some suggestions for having a good conversation, and then we kind of just send people off. So Henry, what's this about having to work as a team to get free coffee? The way it works is I, we find people who are close to each other, and then we separately send each individual essentially half of the code. They need to unlock the Starbucks gift card. I love it and the added benefit of that is when you show up, you would have to work together even for thirty seconds, and there's research showing that if people were together towards anything towards something kind of reorients their relationship. And I thought that what a great way to get people on the on the right foot that is freaking out that is devilish and fiendish and amazing. That's super smart. I love it. I love it. So for years now, there's been worries that online. You know everyone's being put into a filter bubble, and so everyone's entrenched in their beliefs and most people don't or won't or or, you know, can't escape. So what do you make of the attitude around this? Sometimes people say, well, the solution is I'm just going to get off Facebook or the solution is I'm gonna stop using Twitter. I think that's probably not. The writer protien for me is what can we do to augment or build upon the tools that we have to to make the experience better. Henry's project has more than six thousand people signed up. He's been able to pair about fifteen hundred so far. Look it up at high from the other side dot com. For better or for worse. There's no such thing as a bubble free life. We're in a bubble bath. They form off line, like in Megan's case with the westborough Baptist church, and they form online like BJ found on his Twitter feed bubbles can be the thing that hold us together like they do for Diriye or they can be the thing keeping us apart which Henry is trying to change. There's lots of small ways you can tweet your own bubble. You don't need to move your family to another state or even go for coffee with strangers, say the news weirdly depressing. You can seek out a good news aggregating. There's lots of them. And if you get most of your news from social media, maybe it's time to audit the list of people you follow take stock of who they are and then seek out the voices you're missing and then listen. I IRL isn't original podcast from villa the not for profit behind the all new fire FOX browser. I'm Rhonda Belmont and I'll see you online until we catch up. Again. I R L. Fun fact. I do actually only exist on Twitter. You exist on Twitter. I only yeah, I'm only yeah to. I have an incorporeal form that only exists on Twitter. You're the next stage in human evolution.

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