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Herbert throws for 382 yards, Chargers hold off Steelers
"Austin Ekeler scored four touchdowns two rushing into receiving and the Chargers forty one thirty seven win over the Steelers definitely special night you know get up to score four touchdowns very often but Hey I'll take four eighty day a day and then I fell it's hard to score but it took a fifty three yard touchdown pass from Justin Herbert to Mike Williams with two oh nine remaining to decide the outcome Herbert finished with three hundred eighty two passing yards and three scores Ben Roethlisberger returned to the field after testing positive for covert nineteen and also threw three touchdowns mark Myers Inglewood California
Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers
"The Vikings came away with a twenty seven twenty win over the Chargers as Kirk cousins threw a pair of touchdown passes to Tyler Conklin who like the wide open offense conditions if there's an office want to come out and be aggressive that's a big thing for us this week as you know being aggressive and not just being aggressive the staying aggressive I think we did a good job doing that today cousins completed twenty five of thirty seven for two hundred ninety four yards Dalvin cook rushed for ninety four yards in helping the foreign five bikes and a two game skid Justin Jefferson had nine receptions for one hundred forty three yards from Minnesota which had five players on the call the nineteen list Justin Herbert was twenty of thirty four for one hundred ninety five yards with a touchdown and an interception for the five and four Chargers who have dropped three of their last four I'm Dave Ferrie
Justin Herbert has 3 TDs, Chargers beat Eagles 27-24
"Dustin Hopkins kicked a twenty nine yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation to give the Chargers a twenty seven twenty four win over the eagles Philadelphia tied the game on Jan one hurts to a twenty eight yard touchdown pass to devante Smith with six or seven the plate quarterback Justin Herbert threw for three hundred fifty six passing yards he threw two touchdown passes and ran for another for the Chargers who approved the six and three hurts threw for one hundred sixty two yards with the eagles whose record fell to three and six Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Phillips pick-six propels Patriots past Chargers 27-24
"The New England Patriots won on the road in Los Angeles beating the Chargers twenty seven to twenty four head coach bill Belichick said his team did just enough to come out with the W. we did some good things we give a friendly place like I said we gotta coach better and play better more consistently but not with enough things to win so that's good Adrian Phillips had two interceptions including a twenty six yard pick six early in the fourth quarter that put the patriots into the lead parts rookie Mack Jones threw for two hundred eighteen yards without turning it over LA's Justin Herbert threw two touchdowns and two interceptions mark Myers Inglewood California
Marxist Herbert Marcuse Failed to Rally the Massess, so He Targeted Minorities
"Among others a genuine by the name of Herbert marcuse escaped Nazi Germany came to the United States He was a communist a Marxist Part of the Frankfurt school although he was never in Frankfort he was in heidelberg Regardless And he started to stir things up He became a tenured professor Three different Ivy League schools And he developed first of all he was confounded he was up 30s said I don't understand and he was struggling with it First of all why Hitler was to overtake after the Weimar Republican not communism It was something that confounded him He was also concerned that marks had suggested that the industrial revolution would also result in the proletariat that people rising up and overthrowing the government And so forth instead the industrial revolution in the opposite As we've talked about before created a mass of middle class People who go to war to protect this country and its economic system in our liberty So that bothers the marxists too So they can't seem to rally a significant percentage of the population to their cause So what did they do They aimed their cause among other things at minorities
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory
"Lamar Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the defense shut down Justin Herbert as the ravens beat up on the Chargers thirty four to six each of Baltimore's three veteran running backs Latavius Murray levy on bell and Avantor Freeman scored touchdowns the defense held the Chargers to just two hundred eight total yards impressing Jackson awesome everyday going on in the final round of stuff like that it was tremendous to watch those guys do what they do well we all know they can do we've got to keep you know offices especially Jackson hit mark Andrews with a touchdown pass from nine yards out Herbert finished with a touchdown pass but only one hundred ninety five yards through the air Craig
How Critical Race Theory Is Drenched in Marxist Principles
"There was a group of legitimate marxists that left Germany came to America. They found a safe haven here. They believed in economic Marxism, so they believed in their own personal opinion, the abolition of private property, the rights of the workers, all these sorts of things, and ushering in a utopia, the destruction of the American family, and they realized that bringing Marx has been communism to America has proven to be rather difficult. And so a specific thinker, if you could call them that, but he was pretty smart, strong about everything. Herbert Marcus came, and he had a disciple by the name of Angela Davis, who is a black woman communist who lives in California still. She's 77 years old, and they believe that race is the most important thing. They believe that all power dynamics are not economic. It's not about character. It's not about who you are. It's about the color of your skin. That everything around you is racist and that we must do everything we possibly can to try to organize society try to upheave the white supremacist colonialist imperialistic misogynistic bigoted culture and try to usher in some sort of indigenous people, people of color type revolt. This is where you started to get terms like people of color, minority ethnic groups, soon after you've got affirmative action, admission standards in college, all these sorts of things that came through kind of post that era. And then in the 1980s, 1990s, there was kind of a cooling off period where the predominant viewpoint I was born in 1993 was that, hey, we're not going to care about skin color. We're going to care about the content of people's character. Martin Luther King said that famously in his address at the speech of the Washington mall, and that was something that was repeated many, many times, which is, hey, it's not good. In fact, it's racist to care about people's skin color to organize them based on ethnocentric tribes. Instead, we are all made of the image of God. We are complex human beings and your skin colors, the most immaterial part of you. In fact, that is a sloppy, lazy and dare I say divisive way to actually try and say, this is the most important way to even think about your fellow human
Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns
"Justin Herbert accounted for five touchdowns in the Chargers forty seven forty two win over the Browns Herbert passed for four scores and ran for another it didn't go the way we thought it was going to today we didn't X. imagine to put up forty seven points like that but sometimes it's that type how you have to win games in the NFL the game saw four lead changes in the fourth quarter when the teams combined for forty one points Austin Ekeler made the go ahead score on a three yard run with ninety one seconds remaining his third touchdown of the game Cleveland's Baker Mayfield had a pair of touchdown throws and Kareem hunt rushed for two more mark Myers Inglewood California
The Biden Administration Has Zero Self Awareness
"Joe biden. Scott jimmy carter times george w bush two thousand eight times. Herbert hoover approval ratings right. Now tumbler showing no self-awareness. No self regard no hesitancy no patients. They don't care they're gonna they're gonna jackboot you to your throat regardless and then they'll just sit there and just lie and call their opponents racists election that year anyway. Why do you think they see. They believe more in there because they're not they understand that what they're pushing is not politics or an ideology. It's a religion and they're more faithful adherence to it than we are to ours.
Herbert, Ekeler propel Chargers to 28-14 win over Raiders
"Justin Herbert threw three touchdown passes and the Chargers beat the raiders twenty eight to fourteen on Monday Night Football LA is one three of four to begin the season and safety Derwin James who intercepted a Derek Carr pass in the win says this charger team could be special we just got to keep going and keep keep your momentum because you don't the season doesn't end this week it in next week so we gotta keep stacking the winds and you know keep getting better every week LA took a twenty one to nothing lead at halftime raiders got within seven on a pair of car TD throws but Austin actors fourth quarter rushing score his second touchdown of the game to seal the W. mark
Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC
"Two plays after given new life because of a pass interference penalty against Kansas city Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert threw the game winning touchdown pass in there thirty to twenty four win Herbert also made the best of four takeaways by the Chargers defense Herbert threw four TD passes without any interceptions chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice Greg Ackland Kansas city
Zuerlein Makes 56-Yarder on Last Play, Cowboys Beat Chargers
"Greg Zuerlein connected on a fifty six yard field goal as time expired giving the cowboys a twenty seventeen victory over the Chargers the winning kick came after Tristan Vizcaino tied the game with a twenty nine yard kick with three fifty eight left Dallas running back Trey Pollard had one hundred nine yards on thirteen carries dak Prescott completed twenty three of twenty seven passes for two hundred thirty seven yards we talked about all week long one to finish one to finish each drive one to finish the game I want to necessarily take it out of the defense handcuffs are going back to last week we could have finished and we could finish in the red zone with a touchdown so we could have finished that game last week Justin Herbert had his tenth three hundred yard passing game completing thirty one of forty one for three hundred thirty eight yards he had one touchdown pass but threw two interceptions I'm Dave Ferrie
Mark Levin Calls out New York Times' Paul Krugman
"There was a piece in the, uh, New York Times by Paul. I don't know if it's Krugman a Krugman He's supposed to be the best. The The radical left has as an economist. But of course, he's pathetic. We've been trying to get in touch with this man. For how many days Mr. Pitt is here. Since Saturday. We've emailed. We've tried to contact and we've heard nothing. I put out a public challenge to him to debate me about my book. We've heard nothing. And I want to put out that public challenge again to, uh Mr Dr Krugman or Krugman to come on the show. 30 minutes, maybe an hour. Let's debate the substance in my book, the substance of the book. Cause you're a gutless coward. You're a fraud. I'm calling you out. And my time with a little munchkins. I'm calling you out. Tough guy, Big guy, right? And he twists and turns Frederick Kayak and so forth, and and I want to get into this with him. Starts as paragraph remember Austrian economics in the aftermath of the 28 financial crisis. Number of conservatives rejected Cain's economic prescriptions and claimed instead to be devotees of the Austrian school, especially Frederick Hayek. Question about how many of these sub proclaimed Austrians actually knew what they were endorsing in general, when right wingers talk about intellectual history. You want to fire up your fact checking For example, Mark Levin of Fox News has a best selling book, claiming not just that the current American left is in the thrall of European Marxists. But more specifically that their followers or Herbert Marcus and the Frankfurt school except that he keeps calling it the Franklin School, and that's where you lose it.
Creating the Oxford English Dictionary
"London physiological logical. Society is the oldest organisation in great britain dedicated to the study of language formed in eighteen. Forty two one of their first objectives was to create a list of the deficiencies of the english language by eighteen. Eighty four they had hatched the idea of creating a new dictionary. That would solve the problems. They saw in current dictionaries. The process of whoever was incredibly slow. It took until eighteen fifty seven to establish a committee to create a list of unregistered words. These are words that weren't in current dictionaries or were poorly defined. If this had been the extent of what the illogical society had done. I wouldn't be doing an episode about this. The man who headed up. The committee was richard chenevix-trench. Trench was an interested in just coming up with a list of unregistered words. His ambition was much greater the report he produced with something else entirely. His report was titled on some deficiencies in our english dictionaries. It detailed all of the problems with current english language dictionaries in the nineteenth century. He noted problems. With the lack of coverage of obsolete words histories of words synonyms of words in poor examples and illustrations of words. What trench propose wasn't just a dictionary like the society had considered in the past. Trench was proposing writing the dictionary the most comprehensive dictionary of the english language. It wouldn't just be a list of words but of all of the words no longer in use and the history of all the words and where they came from. This would be a massive massive undertaking in eighteen fifty-eight the illogical society formerly called for the creation of a new dictionary which they called a new english dictionary on historical principles. First order of business was hiring someone to be the editor. Trench wasn't able to take on the assignment. As he was appointed the dean of westminster abbey. The job fell to herbert coleridge. Coleridge was only twenty nine. When he was appointed in eighteen sixty he created the outline in strategy for the entire project. He began the system to categorize the hundreds of thousands of quotes which would be required.
Salon's Best Attack on 'American Marxism' Is a Minor Correction?
"Is a putrid little comrade over something called Salon salons been around a while It's been funded by radical leftists. I would argue. It's part of the whole American Marxist movement. That's just my opinion. And he was enquiring. Why did Mark Levin used the word Franklin score rather than Rather than the What is it? Further school. Said. What Rather than the Frankfurt school. Have talked about Herbert Marcos many times. And in the book, I called it. He came from the Franklin School. It's the Frankfurt school. I think once or try some TV I referenced as the Franklin scope. Don't know why it stuck in my head. Ben Franklin Franklin. Whatever it was So several weeks ago, I mentioned the publisher We need to correct that The book is 85,000 or so works long. There's endnotes to the writings of Herbert Marcus. In the books. It's mentions that he was with The Frankfurt school. So this guy says, I've committed an act of fraud, Mr Producer Here's the thing I'll deal with him later. That's the best they can do. That's the best attack you can launch. It's not an attack at all. In fact, it's the opposite. In a strange way. It's a pat on the back. We looked and we looked. Trust me. We're at Salon. Comey Bastards. Yeah, yeah, where it So we're looking and we're looking and we're lucky wave. He said Franklin, not Frankfurt. Franklin, not Frankfurt.
Taliban Militants Violently Disperse Rare Afghan Protest
"Taliban actions are being watched closely now that they've re taken power in Afghanistan with the signs are mixed and many remain skeptical the Taliban pledged to form an inclusive Islamic government and today they released a photograph of the delegation meeting with former president Hamid Karzai along with the head of Afghanistan's national reconciliation council the chief of Britain's defense staff general Sir Nick Carter says he sees a change they recognize that if of course the last twenty years Afghanistan has evolved Carter says they are keeping the streets of the capital city print com it was a different scene in the eastern city of Jalalabad the protesters took down the white Taliban flags and raised the black red and green national flag our system on some Taliban on the scenes firing into the air and beating the protesters with sticks local health officials said at least one person was killed and six wounded former NATO adviser Charlie Herbert says he doesn't trust the Taliban have changed that is simply no evidence that they have moderated in any shape or form they'll wait check that biting my time into relief couple and then the bloodletting will stocks I'm Ben Thomas
California Gubernatorial Hopeful Larry Elder Has Some Sharp Words for Gavin Newsom
"Gavin. Newsom is hurling her hurtling slings and arrows. larry elder's way. I think he's over the target. Here he is author attorney documentary filmmaker. You haven't seen uncle tom. What have you been waiting for and off air now. normally you're syndicated radio host. Who just might have to move to sacramento the one only great elderski joins us on the mike gallagher. Show larry how the heck are you my friend michael. I'm really doing well and thank you so much for inviting me on your show. Thank you for your support for my candidacy. Can i tackle some of the things that were in that. Yes i want to do that. I want you to respond to that but before we do that. Have we gotten hughhewitt off the fence yet. I thought i would shame him into endorse with my five dollar campaign. contribution to elect elder dot com. Did it work. It did work on his show yesterday. And even before i came on this show he Endorsement so whatever you did work so keep it up. Good now regarding regarding some of the things that cnn said we're virtually no political experience okay. Gavin newsom was a two term governor Bayer of san francisco eight years. Lieutenant governor two years as governor and look we got rising crime rising homelessness outrageous cost of living a schools. That don't work for the first time. We have a net migration out of the state of california. He's slammed down this date while ignoring science while accusing other people of being anti science annot scrutiny. Are you kidding me. Every single day some story comes up that either idea or allegedly did but by the way did you know that there was a temporary restraining order filed against a guy named larry elder a by a woman and her mother turns out different. Larry elder different birth date Somebody who lives in the city and this is about. I'm a trump supporter mike. I haven't voted for a democrat since one thousand nine hundred seventy six. That was jimmy. Carter and i regret that. One of the call me a mitt romney supporter or george w bush supporter. Or george. Herbert walker bush supporter. Because they know that trump and california's four letter word. I was in law school. Mike you learned that the law was on your side. You count on the law. The factor on your side. You count on the facts if neither law nor the on your side you pound on the table and that is what they're doing because they cannot ascend this man
"herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"To establish I feel like. I've got a great relationship with him. I can go to him for anything. And i know you can do the same thing for me and You know he cares about all his players and he's a smart guy to knows exactly what he's doing. The defense dialed up there. Doing a great job disguising their looks a lot of fun to play for. Isn't it crazy. That five years ago he was a division three defensive coordinator. It's a lot of hard work to get to where he is now from there but I doubt it because he he's a hardworking and he's a smart guy and i know there's ever a problem he's going to get just justin herber. Good luck thank you very much. Three two one. My thanks justin herbert He's growing in stature and he's a he's a good man who i think can really deal with the pressures that a young quarterback has to deal with today the weight of a franchise on his shoulders. Last thing i wanted to just throw at one point. Look josh allen got this gigantic new contract six years two hundred and fifty eight million dollars i think but basically josh allen is going to be playing football for two point five million dollars a week for the next six years and you think about that and you say and the one thing i always wonder about will money. Change the guy. Will he be different because he just won the nfl lottery. And i asked. I've asked a lot of people that question and obviously there's nobody who's going to say. Oh yeah he's going to be just going to be a bomb. He's not gonna work anymore. He's arrived he knows it. So everybody says that allen obviously is insistent which you'll see in my conversation with him. I'd nbc sports dot com. But i found a really interesting point was made by a jordan palmer who obviously is his his tutor a works with in the off season and he told me that josh allen this year was not consumed by getting more money he talked and work toward fixing what he did wrong in their biggest games last year the games that they lost especially against kansas city and palmer said he's one of those guys who just isn't going to say i got my money now. I'm comfortable again. Everybody's gonna say that. I understand and time will tell but i think if i were the buffalo bills. I would've made the exact same decision that they did. Pay the quarterback now and in part. The money for quarterbacks never goes backwards as the dallas cowboys found with dak prescott. It always rises so get it done now. So instead of paying him fifty million a year a year or year and a half from now they pay forty three million a year and do a better job for the long term. Best interest of the buffalo bills franchise. Hey that's it for my podcast. This week thanks a lot for joining me. It's really windy out here in.
"herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"Thanks to patrick mahomes. And you know on a personal note You know this is the kind of person that i have found. Patrick mahomes to be early in me. Getting to know him a little bit and look everybody always says. Well you know mahomes. I don't know mahomes talk to three times a year. I mean that's not knowing somebody. But what i really appreciate about him is that i reached out to the To the franchise. When i was doing my replacement collins my guest columns this summer and i said listen. I'm gonna write about tarez paler and tarez paler for those of you. Don't know he was a football columnist for yahoo sports. Thirty seven years old He he is black and he's been a friend of mine. I'm not. I was not close to tarez but i was getting to know him more and more and this year on the day after the super bowl tarez paler died And so i- he's only. He was only thirty seven years old. So those losses felt obviously in the sports writing road but it's also felt where he lived in kansas city. Patrick mahomes new tarez paler. Well they had a great relationship. And i reached out to the chiefs. Would patrick be willing to write a short essay. Six or seven hundred words for the top of my column on tarez paler attribute collins tarez paler and basically trying to get people to donate money to a scholarship fund at tarez paler alma mater alma mater howard university. Which i thought was so important for very single reason. I started covering the nfl. Nineteen eighty-four. i'd go into a press box. I mean there might be one hundred and fifty people in that press box. Maybe three of them were black. And now i go into a press box. And if i go into a press box with two hundred and fifty people and i'm generalizing maybe thirty or black so progress is being made. But it's still not nearly enough. And so i wanted to make sure that people understood that and i asked patrick mahomes. He agreed to do it and he did it very very well. And i really wanted him to address that aspect of it the fact that we need to see more black reporters covering the nfl. And that's one of the reasons why he wrote this piece for my column and why. He is such a big advocate for the scholarship fund. At howard tarez paler. He wants another generation of sports writers. Who don't look like me to be able to find homes covering the national football league and quite honestly to just be writing about anything leaving college these days because journalism is so important anyway. My thanks to patrick mahomes. You should know that and you should know that. hey look. It didn't take three days to do this but he took time out of his off season to do that. And i am appreciative. So let's go on to my conversation. It chargers training camp last week with the rising star quarterback the los angeles chargers just in herber question. I wanted to ask you for months. Is week two of the season last year. You're standing there. You're backing up. Tyrod taylor and all of a sudden you're told you're in you've never played a live snap in the nfl in your life and now you're having to go out and play against the kansas city chiefs. Can you take me back to that moment in. Describe what it was like and then what you're thinking going on the field at that moment. Of course. I think it's one of those moments that you know i. I've looked to my entire life and being able to go out there and play football in the national football league against the reigning. Super bowl champs. I i don't think it's much better than that and As quickly as it happened. You didn't have to worry about anything you just go. How quickly did it happen. It was maybe maybe fifteen to twenty seconds kickoff and You didn't have to worry about it. as coach anthony lynn. So he comes up to he goes. You're in and i didn't have my helmet so i had to go get my helmet. Did you ask them why. No i just said all right and because we're about to receive the kickoff and i needed to get the plan you you'd get my helmet and there was things that needed to happen really quickly so i i had to run over there and get it but Fun though and then when you went out to the huddle did anybody say anything to you like. Hey kid what are you doing here. I don't think any of them. New hunter henry for the first time when he saw me out there he he almost said you know. What are you doing here. And i just said you know what run play. We're gonna run the plane and hand it off and we're going to get five yards so that's kind of how it went down but It was it was kind of funny. There did anybody on the defense. Say anything to you at that moment. A couple of guys. It kind of started spread throughout the sideline. And i remember. Joey came up to joey. Bosa and slapping on the shoulder and said all right. It's time to go. it's up to you now. And i remember thinking like oh it's my turn you know i get to go out there and play football and To have the support of those guys out there made it a lot easier and then did anybody on the chiefs. Say anything to you when you came up to the line no It was it was really quite and especially with fans out there. Either it was kind of a weird introduction to the nfl but It's funny the way it worked out..
"herbert" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"And that living and in this time of considering he endured as he would often say such spiritual conflicts as non. Ken think but only those that have endured in the midst of these conflicts. His old and dear friend mr arthur wooden it took a journey to salute him at baynton where he then was with his wife's friends and relations and was joyful to be an eyewitness of his health and a happy marriage and after they had rejoiced together some few days they took a journey to wilton the famous seat of the earls of pembroke at which time the king the earl and the whole court were there or at salisbury which is new to it and at this time mr herbert presented his thanks to the earl for his presentation to baton but had not yet resolved to accept it and told him the reason. Why but that. The earl acquainted dr laud then bishop of london and after archbishop of canterbury with his kinsman zero resolution and the bishop did the next day so convinced. Mr herbert that the refusal of it was a sin. That was sent for to come from salisbury to wilton take measure and make him canonical close against next day. Which the taylor did and mr herbert being. So habit went with his presentation to the learned. Dr devonte who was then bishop of berry and he gave him institution immediately for mr. Herbert had been made deacon some years before and he was also the same day which was april. Twenty six sixteen thirty inducted into the good and more pleasant then healthful parsonage of benneton. Which is a mile from salisbury. I have now brought him to the parsonage of benneton and to the thirty sixth year of his age and must stop here and the speak the reader to prepare for an almost incredible story of the great sanctity of the short remainder of his holy life. A life so full of charity humility and all christian virtues that it deserves the eloquence of saint chrysostomos to commend and declare. It a life that if it were related by penn like his there would then be no need for this age to look back into time s- past for the apples of primitive piety for. They might be all around and the life of george herbert but now alas who is fit to undertake it. I confess i am not and and not pleased with myself that i must and profess myself amazed when i consider how few of the clergy lived like him. Then and how many live so unlike him now but it becomes not me to censor. My design is rather to assure the reader that i have used very great diligence to inform myself that i might inform him of the truth of what follows and though i cannot adorn it with eloquence yet i will do it with sincerity. When at his induction he was shot into bamber. Bertans church being left there alone to toll the bell as the law requires him..
"herbert" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Welcome to the latest episode. Or they'll share podcasts. We finally got the hottest men in town literally and figuratively because they have been blazing us for a while. Now it's that just Just just not good that. They've been doing this for quite a while and he just come clean. The first time i've found about find out about you guys was through leib ice that tear jerker of an ad that you did a few years ago because eventually became my client also chat bought business. Be it does us as well so again before i get carried away. Let's walk come the man of the hour mr herbert hernandez and but don oh gigi crowd wild okay. So thank you for having the time in. Welcome to hustle share. Hello thank you. Thank you for having us off mad. Oh either me or dome so lucky. Thanks so much okay. I hope to live up to the expectation and live up to the hype. So before i get carried i always ask the million dollar question but don and herbert. What's your hustle once my hustle herbert running. Also but in gigi. What's your do you what. What do you do what you guys technically are about. Yeah avert an of a selena creating ideas ideas for clients and ids that people will be interested in interested in and eventually Will interested enough to share ideas. I mean that the concert a lot for us here in the united states and invested in the idea they fight it so cool letting wanna share the defense. The mir after sharing makes them cool because they want to be dedicated material. That's so cool. So that gives us a high you. And that's that's exactly what it is because this is not a one trick pony. You've been doing this for years now since you started this whole thing out. And that's what we want to find out but before you get to just making viral hits and great ideas. Everybody's talking about. I need you to buckle up now. This is a seven c third time machine that we have here because we're gonna have to ride the hustle share time machine. Whoops there you go. I do fails here. Okay since we are now back all the way back. I want to understand. How was it growing up. Were you guys really like this growing up where you know you had crazy idea asked that and whatnot. How was your career. What were your interests growing up because we all know herbert rockstar. that he is. But i'm very interested. Aside from the music one was it grew up or your influence early influences in terms of creative the creative industry going. Oh i think going to the kid yet again. Teenagers early with that. I was always given the art safe on mobile in grade school device. Go the other guys had no. But i was always in charge and i've always sort of mike win and those kinds of things so even thought i was good at art and then i got into a love of words and then you'll in but my i i. My first job was not the but the try was a religion feature in a field of view. Then quite work out here. Bob workouts advertising muggy. Become that they are. Aligned with my impetus moss. I tried about then been here ever since five years and will dissect that one by one but for you herbert We'll what was that was growing up like of course there's music. Also semen padang booster long that poster contest. Get darwin darwin's the brother of herbs. Alfred production model backed up doing throwing and throwing a mayday calls and getting glowing. Sober love driving number in throwing on and rowing ungun. You mom go topless. Oh latino Throwing gordon Home guitar let me drums nipple. A music major. Leo nichols crucial. Any major got an Crossroad nolan highschool Mcgowan about whole Arts or write music conservatory of music architects. Estimating the numbers. That's maybe no societies At the end up late. Popeye invites myself will. Then minibus donohoe the them by pepe dean sleep southbound achievement before In more then indiana believing but the drawing the final and then again put that aside advertising on abandoned all non fiction also finally say the college. Wow i did not even into by the way high school in what i would say it. You search squire not chemistry. That the main correct and again. There's already a science of exodus. Because herbert forget that. They'll wanting guys. I'm on i'm on. Their linked in both of their linked invaders and herbert chose the right path because he became mock knuckle laudi. Okay that's a good advice. You know 'cause you pick and choose where you always win. That's your inclination. That's your god given gift. I it comes naturally with you right now. I want to find out your first foray. So you don did The teaching how did you fall in love with the advertising industry. Because you know. I've i've had former agency people here verse before as well. Not duck creative side not at your level but they always say that they've had experience there and eat you alive because it's so demanding it's cutthroat and you're always you're expected to shit out ideas all the time. What was your experience for both of you.
"herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"There was an incomplete pass on an out breaking route to Mike Williams and on 3rd and 10 Justin Herbert home and Guiton wide-open deep and miss the throw. So the Chargers had to settle for a field goal after 3 incomplete passes. I don't know that throwing a football vertically is what I would call conservative play-calling, you know, when the very next drive again, there were three great passes that led to a Chargers punt First and Ten was a trick play. They had Keenan Allen throw a pass. I would not call that conservative at all on 2nd and 10th. Justin did not see a linebacker floating outside throwing a swing route. That's a very dangerous pass got lucky. Nothing really bad happened. It just felt like complete that's actually very fortunate and on Thursday. There was a simple throw for 3 yards and the charges had to punt now later on 3rd and 6 again. Justin was not on the same page as a receiver. I just my point here is to say that Saying the Chargers lost this game and allowed the Broncos to come back because they're offensive play-calling was conservative is just totally inaccurate. I could not disagree more. I don't think it's not something you can disagree on it's just wrong and not true. And I think that people are starting to get a little bit too defensive about Justin Herbert. Like especially I don't know if I could stand or something. I'm allowed to say I'd actually don't fully know the meaning of it, but my my understanding of the word Stan is that you love somebody no matter what they do and I think people are becoming stands of Justin Herbert and Diving a little too deep into their act like you can do no wrong and it's okay to think critically thinking critically does not mean you're bad-mouthing somebody. And I think Jessa her fans are going a little bit overboard and I hope people realize he's not perfect and that's totally okay. He's a Young quarterback. He gets Grace. He makes mistakes that's totally fine. And it's kind of like people are afraid to say that, you know, if it's not the coaches fault for this loss then it must be Justin Herbert fault and that could never be it could never be Justin Herbert fault month. And so I would just encourage people stop looking for blame. This game was a loss. It sucks. So 2 and 5 every time the Chargers lose a game. It's actually good for them. By the way. They were never going to make the playoffs this year losing games actually helps them get a higher draft picks. I got no problem with that and I think people got to stop looking for people to blame and starts. Appreciate you got the right quarterback. I think you got the right coach that's allowed him to develop and get better rather than pointing blame at somebody just cuz you want somebody else to blame again. I don't think did anything wrong. The problem was not that the Chargers allowed that they had conservative play-calling a gnome. That's just a silly stupid thing and weird feedback note that I just did not agree with and isn't true at all. Now..
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"Were asleep in the Attic, so I answered the bill. As I've told the police there was no Wagon in the street with only a group of strange looking figures bearing a large square box, which they deposited in the hallway after one of them had found in a highly unnatural voice Express prepaid. And the side 6 to continue change side selector switch and turn the cassette over. Side seven Dagon and other Macabre Tales by HP Lovecraft continuing with Herbert West reanimator on page 162. They filed out of the house with a jerky tread and as I watched them go. I had an odd idea that they were turning toward the ancient cemetery on which the back of the house of bucket when I walk in the door out of them West came downstairs and looked at the box. It was about two feet square and boar West's correct name and present address. It also bought the inscription from Eric Moreland clap. Only Center Hua Sanders. Six years before in Flanders a shelled hospital had fallen upon the Headless reanimated trunk of doctor Krupp only and upon the detached head which perhaps had uttered articulate sounds. West was not even excited now his condition was more ghastly quickly. He said it's the Finish but that's incinerate this we carry the thing out of the laboratory listening. I do not remember many particulars you can imagine my state of mind but it is a vicious lie to say it was Herbert West Bobby, which I put into the incinerator Thursday. We both inserted the whole unopened wooden box closed the door and started the electricity noted any sound comes in the box after all. It was West who first noticed the falling faster on that part of the wall where the ancient tomb masonry had been covered up. I was going to run but he stopped me them. I saw a small black aperture felt foolish wind of ice and smelled the channel bowels of a putrescent earth. There was no sound but just then the electric lights went out and I saw outlined against some phosphorescence of the Netherworld a horde of Silent toiling things, which only in Samsung what worse could.
"herbert" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"A certain number of these failures that remained alive one was in an asylum. While others had vanished and as he thought of conceivable yet virtually impossible eventualities wage often shivered beneath his usual stolidity. Lestat soon learned that absolute freshness was the Prime requisite for useful specimens and had accordingly resorted to fight full and unnatural experience in body-snatching in college and during our early practice together in the factory town of Bolton. My attitude toward him had been largely one of fascinated admiration, but as his baldness in methods grew I began to develop an oil change fear. I did not like the way he looked at Healthy Living bodies and then there came a nightmarish session in the cellar laboratory when I learned that a certain specimens had been a living body when he secured it. That was the first time he had ever been able to revive the quality of rational thoughts in a corpse and his success obtained at such a loathsome cost had completely hardened him of his methods in the intervening five years. I dare not speak. I was held to him by sheer force of fear and witnessed sites that no human tongue repeat gradually. I came to find Herbert West himself more horrible than anything he did. That was when it dawned on me that his once normal scientific Zeal for prolong life had such a degenerated into a mere morbid and ghoulish curiosity and secret sense of Charnel picturesqueness his interest became a hellish and perverse addition to the repellent Lee and fiendishly abnormal. He gloated calmly over artificial monstrosities, which would make most healthy men drop dead from Fright and disgust he became And his palette intellectuality a fastidious baudelaire of physical experiment a languid elagabalus of the tunes. Dangers, he met unflinchingly crimes. He committed unmoved. I think the climax came when he had proved his point that rational life can be restored home and that's off new worlds to conquer by experimenting on the reanimation of detached parts of bodies. He had wild and original ideas on the independent vital properties of organic.
"herbert" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"The walk through the town of them long and by the time the travel deposit our Cottage to ask the weight of the factories his heart had become greatly overtaxed. He had refused A stimulant and it suddenly dropped dead only a moment later with the body has might be expected seem to West a heaven-sent gift in his brief conversation. The Stranger had made it clear that he was unknown in Bolton and the search of his pockets home currently revealed him to be one Robert Leavitt of Saint Louis apparently without a family to make instant inquiries about his disappearance. If this man could not be restored to life no one would know about experiment. We buried our materials in a dent strip of woods between the house and the Potter's field if on the other hand he could be restored power Fame would be brilliantly and perpetually established. So without delay West had injected into the body's wrist the compound which would hold it fresh for use after my arrival the matter of the presumably weak heart which to my life in Peril the success of our experiment did not appear to trouble West extensively he hoped it last to obtain what he had never obtained before a rekindled spark of reason and perhaps a normal a living creature. So on the night of July 18th, 1910 Herbert West and I stood in the cellar laboratory and gazed at a white silent figure beneath the dazzling Arc Light Bulb the embalming compounded worked uncannily well for as I stared fascinated liat the sturdy frame which had Lain two weeks without stiffening. I was moved to Seaquest assurance that the thing that really dead. There's a Assurance he gave readily enough reminding me that the reanimating solution was never used without careful tests as to life since it could have no effect. If any of the original reality were present as West proceeded to take preliminary steps. I was impressed by the vast intricacy of the new experiment and intricacy so vast that he could trust no hand less than a cat then his own forbidding me to touch the body. He first injected a drug in the wrist just beside the place is needle had punctured when injecting the embalming compound. this he said was to neutralize the compound and released the system to a normal relaxation.
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"Under circumstances that few life to mention what it most disgusted the Searchers of ockham was the thing they noticed when the monsters face was cleaned the mocking unbelievable resemblance to a learn it took sacrificing martyr who had been entombed but three days before the late. Dr. Alan Halsey public benefactor and Dean of the medical school of miskatonic University. To the van is turboed West and to me the disgust and horror were Supreme I shudder tonight as I think of it shutter even more than I did that morning when West muttered to his bandages dammit. It wasn't quite fresh enough. Three six shots By Moonlight. It is uncommon to fire all six shots of a revolver with great suddenness when one would probably be sufficient wage many things in the life of Herbert West were uncommon. It is for instance not often that a young physician leaving college is obliged to conceal the principles which guide his selection of a home and office bulb get that was the case with Herbert West. When he and I have gained our degrees at the medical school of miskatonic University and soft to relieve our poverty by setting up as general practitioners. We took great care not to say that we change our house because it was fairly well isolated and as near as possible to The Potter's field reticence such as this is seldom Without a Cause nor indeed was our for our requirements with those resulting from a life-work distinctly unpopular outwardly. We were doctors only but beneath the surface were aims of far greater more terrible moment for the essence of Herbert West existence was a quest amid black and forbidden Realms of the unknown in which he hoped to uncover the secret of life and not talk to Perpetual animation. The graveyards called clay. Such a quest demands strange materials among them fresh human bodies. And in order to keep supplied with these indispensable things off. I must live quietly and not far from a place of informal internment. Last and I had met in college and I've been the only one to sympathize with his hideous experiments gradually. I had come to be his Inseparable assistant..
"herbert" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"Of Herbert West who was my friend in college and in afterlife I can speak only with extreme Terror this terror is not do altogether to the Sinister manner of recent disappearance, but with engendered by the whole nature of his life work and first gained, it's a cute for more than Seventeen years ago. When we were in the third year of our course at the miskatonic University Medical School in Arkham while he was with me the Wonder and diabolism of his experiments fascinated me utterly and I was his closest companion. Now that he is gone and the spell is broken. The actual fear is greater. Memories and possibilities are ever more hideous than realities. The first horrible incident of our acquaintance was the greatest shock I ever experienced month and that is only with reluctance that I repeated. As I have said it.
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"Game with some good prose and a lot of mistakes is not offer me. I will admit it's harder today to be skeptical than I was a week ago. I feel better about Justin Herbert than I used to after just one game seems he's working really really hard. I loved his quarterback coach Pep Hamilton Pep. Hamilton is a former XFL head coach. I really liked him and I'm also really glad that Justin Herbert has Mike Williams and Keenan net receiver their skill-set really helps Justin Herbert. I mean there are times where they can make up for his inaccuracy with really good catches. There was a pro literally on Sunday. We're Keenan Allen caught up all behind him and pulled it in and got a pretty solid gain from that, but I'm not ready to dive All In On Justin Herbert. I just simply from what I've seen I go. I know that's crazy. People are always stats were good stats are not everything you gotta understand right now to me. I see about a fifty-fifty chance that he succeeds and it really depends on how hard he works moving forward. His Improvement is encouraging though. He looks a little better Sunday than he did in college, but here are the mistakes. He made the first mistake is very obvious. It's his interception on 2nd and two, he's running to the left. There's open field in front of him and instead of running for a solid gain. He tries to throw the ball back across the field and a double coverage. It's a bone-headed mistake interception really bad play just take the easy first-down and run the ball. I don't understand what's going on here with this thought process in the third quarter on first-and-ten. He took a big sack instead of throwing the ball away to another moment. We were like dude throw the ball away instead. They caused a second and 24 there was a third-and-seven where the Chiefs blitzed and he had a man open against man coverage and he doesn't throw to the open man. But he does throw the ball away. So I'm glad he didn't take the sack but I wish he'd hit this open man. It's kind of a weird situation where he could have handled the blitz better, but he also could have handled it worse off. You kind of grade. It neutrally where it's not a positive. It's also not a minus. There was a third-and-goal play where he turned the wrong way. He missed a number of throws where he was just straight-up inaccurate off. His first throw was an overthrow to Keenan Allen to do does have a cannon for an arm though. The ball gets out of his hands incredibly quick later. He threw an out route too high and out of bounds. There was a third down to where he had Hunter Henry opened underneath another just blatant really bad missed. There was a lot to be excited about but Chargers fans are also overlooking a lot of concerning life takes a lot of concerning things that happened on Sunday and I totally get it. I understand why Chargers fans are all in on Justin Herbert part of it is because they need to be there's a layer of game. Action here involved where Chargers fans need Justin Herbert to be amazing because they picked him to be their franchise quarterback. Personally, I'm not sold yet, you know time will tell I'm excited to keep watching Justin Herbert. I want to watch this development to be clear. I want to see Justin Herbert succeeding be awesome seems like a good guy. He's from my home state. I am not rooting against Justin Herbert, but my job as an analyst is to be honest. And when I say why it's Justin.
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"The did not renew their option. On. Developments trouble. Didn't renew US and so right now the others. There's a lot of discussion about it, but nothing to out. You know I always. Somebody brought this up on on the web and I think it's a great idea is. Things should do the do the Dune series as allegheny thrown as as a as a series on cable that. I think it would work so much better because you can tell. It lends itself perfectly to a long form of storytelling, rather than just trying to make three or four hour movie or a series of movies, a series might work better and. In the old days I would say on television. No, but after game of thrones that's certainly has changed the way we look series on and even walking dead another adaptation the way we look at adaptations on television, cable especially has taken it to a whole new level. Well, that's a good point. Frank Herbert wrote a million words six novels. And I think night added another two million. Anniversary we have. Three million words, lots of stories in. Television went through kind of Dark Ages, but now it's sort of a renaissance I suppose. You're thinking more rapidly than people can keep up. I think cable. Isreaeli is going through a renaissance right now. The networks are still not sure had a deal with the people time shifting watching things later you know binge-watching where you watch. Episodes of a television show all in one day for example or in a couple of days. They're not sure how. Its Way it looks to me. It looks like they have been adapted that. People's viewing habits. And they're still kind of thinking really in a system that was started in the sixties, and now is grossly at a date so. Well! There's a lot of scrambling to go on with. The battered. Publishers are having to do now. The book. I mean. Things Change, and that's when you. WanNa be sedate. Because, what works in nineteen sixty doesn't work anymore? That's right well the cool thing about. One exception was published in nineteen. Right is still works. What's interesting? Is this you know? The book is great but I. Still think that people still want to have certain books in your library. You know some that way and act. Now, with E-book, becoming so so big people are getting rid of their of their. Standard, books and I'm I'm buying her up and said he cents dollar. He's wherever I see them. Got Thousands of Maine. My my house is collapsing under them, but. But I, I love the library bill. Well, you know the great thing about evokes is. You can take it in your in your palm winner. Whatever device you're using tablet or whatever? You can. It's great on airplanes at things like that. You know it's. It's awesome, and it's a great way to travel and. We have a six hour flight I will have coming up the comic con. I probably ended up reading something one on learn to be. Court that you're looking. Yes, yes, so there's a there's a lot you can do so I think it's great and. It's just an error avenue. It's certainly it's like it doesn't replace books, but it it gives us something else. It gives you another option, and that's and that's only a good thing. It's not a private. Well Bryan. It's always a pleasure to talk to you. We've covered a lot just to kind of recap for the folks Little Green. Book Rama. That's is out and available for people. That was published July enjoy. Yeah, that's right. Just came out this month. It's writing and also ocean is. Is that out as well? That was published in November. Okay Thirteen. That's and that we know meant hats is out, and then we have coming up, I guess. Would that be next spring for navigators or Probably be a little bit further out than. We'll, we'll finish the book in the spring or the late spring, but it will be published from time after that. And then going back to the book that you just recapped, there are ways to get signed copies of ocean for example through VJ books for one night and setting up with a couple of others, too, but the VJ book in court, earning a suburb of Portland Oregon on can find that on the Internet, they have signed copies of ocean and we can. Our focus signed copies of my other books. Through them, and through some other outlets, I'll be announcing on my website and speaking on your website. What else people can find a tower? Brian, Herbert and novels dot Com really is really. And facebook again. There's multiple facebook pages on me and my wife that one up, and then there was another one facebook that up, but we have a new facebook as the real one. They're all real. This is the one that that were starting to work with him. Connect to the website and the twitter site and the twitter site is at noon, Arthur. so I'll. I'll be following you for sure this way. I'll keep up with.
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"You're listening to sci-fi Talk High and on sci-fi talk we catch up with author Brian Herbert Hoover besides writing his Dune Books Would Kevin J. Anderson has been pretty busy. Here's my conversation with Brian. Herbert. Brian is always It's great to talk to you and You know they're you're you've been busy with the with Kevin, but you're also doing some cool things on your own as well. Why don't we start with Little Green Book? Brahma and kind of tell me you know what kind of lead you to tell that story. I was at cal Berkeley. In the in the late sixties when I I I saw the Revolutionary Movement, going on there and I saw. Copies of Chairman Mao Little Red. Book on tables all over the place being sold. And it always wanted to write something about my experiences at Berkeley at the epicenter of this revolution of spirit. In the United States and so. I thought well. What if what if the the hippies? The far left group from Berkeley? What if there was a futuristic group of them and they took to the streets? with anarchists as sort of the the spearhead of their violent, but they took to the streets, and the actually defeated the United States, and all the governments in north and South America. Set Up. The Green State of America are which a Green Utopia. In which people are forced to live on reservations, reunions, and the rest of in their densely populated, and all the rest of the land, and his green formed. It's returned to nature. Though it's a utopia, and it's good for the planet, but if you're actually living under those situations, it's not exactly utopia. It's more of a dystopia for some people so I'm talking about the idealism of the environmentalists and my hero is an environmentalist. But things and to go a little wrong. Oh, what when he tries to set this up. Throw cool very cool. And so this is inspired by your experiences and. The character was he based on any particular one environmentalist will chairman Rahma is a of a bearded environmentalist is very idealistic in essence chairman mouse, but he's. You know his mantra is is to do something for the for the for the environment. And so I noticed that the people that really believe strongly in in green and the environment this sort of a religion to them they will deny it. So I talk about the religious basis of believing in the environment and There's a lot of a lot to be said there for for that belief, but what has taken to an extreme. What if what if these people that take over create a police state, and it's enforced by Eko. Police ecological police and the police were Shiny Green Helmets, and and have a green. Jack boots, and and they're sort of Nazi like certain things that they do. But. It's helping the planet yeah. It opens up a whole discussion and really when when we try to call corporations now we get into voicemail jail. We can't even reach a person and I feel. Corporations have pretty much colonialized people their their international corporations, and they're just wait. We are the are the goal that they have. To to colonialized and They're SORTA like the British empire or or some of the old empires, except that they have a different source their pillaging us for resources and so. I thought well. You know the the the left. The far left has a point. These corporations are not behaving well. People are are the smaller and smaller group or getting richer and richer. This isn't right and so. What if a revolution, the streets and balance it out, but by the same token all corporations are bad, and sometimes they're all ended with the same brush, and so I do have some people that they believe in property rights, and and that sort of thing, and they're actually not bad people in the book, so both sides are are pretty well covered occur discussion cool now. Is this the first of a series or is it a standalone? I've left it to where it could be the first of the series. Yeah that there's definitely more stories In this environment. Can you imagine the entire planets Turned into our beautiful green or And treated properly. Wow It'd be too hard to. Imagine innocence that we can do that in books. Yeah I've I've always. Thought that we could always kind of you know like there some. Places on earth do it so well is kind of build around the environment rather than? Just level trees and things, but there's a way of building around it where both interest is served and the ad nobody is. You're not also wrecking the environment I've always believed that that was possible. Right because if you go too far to the left, then people become an endangered species. And and we have a right to live here, too. It's just that when we started clearing ownership of of things that things get out of hand up or more stewards of the land and of the ocean yeah. Absolutely, speaking of Ocean. That's also another broker you have. That's coming out. That's also has kind of an ecological theme to golf, too, and as as this one, because it's kind of like a Herbert Standard. There's also a political message to. Yeah I I've been putting messages not in all my books. Ocean has definitely a big one. It was my wife's idea. She's always had this love of of the water. She's snorkeling and Scuba diving in Hawaii and she came back. One year and said Brian would if the ocean or to declare war against our civilization for all bad things. We've gone to the water. But then I started thinking how how would I put that together as a story and occurred to me that? The ocean is full of dangerous secrets. There's really dangerous, not just sharks and Barracudas and things we've heard about you know there's there's snakes and there's all kinds of Maybe some extinct animals have come back from the depths are and they're really nasty, and they have big teeth, and and what if this entire forests could be turned? All these creatures could be turned into a military force. Declares War, and actually keeps people out of the water, and so I developed a a group. Environmental Activists. Some of them are parts. See Creature and part human. Through some details a I'll. I explain the story and one of them can. Actually she's linked to the ocean so much that she can create hideaways, and she ride on top of a tidal wave, and I can slam that wave into a navy ship, or into the in the United States to get our attention, and they also get all the garbage, the floating garbage and other junk that we've jumped in the water to Irvine with the C. wherever it is, they allowed, and they dump it back up on the shore for humans to clean up. Pamper on is now designing. Did you you know So they're? They're part aquatic. Do they look more fish like or kind of a high break between human and? And maybe not fish, but you know seem mammal were different, though the one that can create a tight always looks entirely human, but there are different people in this group of activists who can actually more into partially into what they control, so for example, the the woman that controls Barracuda's sharks. He's looks half human and half Barracuda. And other other other people morph into into what they control a.
"herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Go quarterback so I think the best hope for Justin. Herbert is Is to go with either that fifth or sixth tick And if not there Who knows maybe we'll see a little bit of sly book the way that is going to way to use food shares have played out with the quarterbacks. He's he is either going really early as you talked about within the first six picks or he may not go into the twenties the team to keep an eye on and my mind would be the New England patriots only because his maturity His combination of athleticism. An arm talent would appear to kind of fit what they like and even though they had jerry stood him. I just we keep an eye on the patriots in him because it seems like a bit of a of a match up based on his intelligence his athleticism his instincts in the way that he plays and the way that New England. Patriots have played drafted quarterbacks in the past. Some this thing here you know we can debate on what Justin Herbert's going at the next level What's the right fit form this that and the other one thing that I've learned to this process talking to all these people you're getting a professional? You're getting somebody that's going to be serious minded. That's GonNa you know he's going to be smart enough to swallow the playbook and in very short order you're not gonNA worry about him off the field. You're getting responsible human being by WHO's GonNa put all the work in It's just a matter of then getting into the right spot and and hope for the best that he can be successful but you definitely leave this podcast feeling comfortable. Justin Herbert human thing Without question you feel good about here. representing the franchise as the defacto. Ceo He's the face of the franchise he's GonNa take care of The franchise protective with his actions on and off to feel and at the end of the day man. I think he's a really really good player. is he A tier one player in this class. I'm not necessarily ready to consider debt but I do believe Rice's way she won a Tony gave after. You can't be a winner as a starting quarterback echo those comments Well this is the first of our three three sixty episodes that we're going to produce and get to you before the NFL draft this one Followed by Joe Borough. That's going to be released on April ninth on April Sixteenth. We'll have Alabama's to a ton of Loa on the Sixteenth. So we got a couple more of these three sixty episodes coming your way. I hope you have enjoyed these. If this is the first time you've found us with the move the sticks podcast encourage you to download and subscribe and and we'll keep you cover with all the information as it pertains the NFL draft as well as the NFL and college football seasons in the fall. So you can find us on apple podcast Sir. Wherever you listen to podcast you can find the move. The sticks podcasts. So we do appreciate checking us out. I want to give a special. Thank you to Arjuna to Nabeel to mark to David Singer whose helped provide us these wonderful guests John Ridell has helped us as we've tried to navigate some of the complications here with being home and being outside the studio so we have a great team on move the sticks. I WanNa thank all those guys for all their work. That's going to do it for us. Thank you guys so much for listening. We'll catch next time right here on moves..
"herbert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Five not now Herbert's impressive because he's a big guy he six six four six eight is moving for him but hearts are second fastest quarterback at four five nine at a time when there's some talk about people moving into a different position look I I you yet maybe run too fast and you give teams ideas that they would have otherwise had about ways they can use you as a Taysom hill type of a weapon yeah well I mean his emails going to be a franchise quarterbacks I don't really know what you mean by that but thank god I mean jail hurts is is an Asian guy just because I've watched obviously a lot of college football high level college football him Alabama him L. Oklahoma I don't I still I'm not convinced that he is an elite level passer but I do think there's a place for him our roster as a quarterback in the NFL not starting but like you said a Taysom hill can come in because the one thing we jail hurts is he is so exceptionally strong from the waist down in his legs and and his power when you're trying to tackle him it's very very hard to do and that's gonna translate to the NFL so he definitely has a spot on an NFL roster I still don't know if he's all the way up to speed when it comes to just purely throwing the football one other point the feats of strength portion of the scouting combine the bench press which was right around the corner from where we were set up Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Arizona state punter Michael Turk twenty five reps at two hundred twenty five pounds on the bar and consider this I you know twenty five reps is a lot for a punter but it's a lot for anyone else because Frank Clark had nineteen in twenty fifteen todavia Clowney had twenty one the market's Lawrence had twenty Devon white had twenty two last year Chandler Jones had twenty two Michael Bennett had twenty four so yeah are pretty impressive that twenty five reps by by a punter in the bench press big cats Steve Weatherford member Steve Weatherford and he had his whole his work out for his biceps that's the last time I can remember pointer although I feel like a pointer every now and then I actually see the bears punter might of might have put up some some not sour one West Virginia west Virginia's Todd celebrant he was also act yes yes so it's always cool I mean it I feel like that's more for our when he shows up to a locker room this year in the NFL get a little more respect because he lifted that much weight I'd love to see you on the two hundred twenty five pound bench could you could use well I don't want your bill yeah I I get one I get one you'll lose this type athlete might come on did the ultimate litmus test is the ability to venture weights so the question is could you bench to eighty that was mean I was new and I don't know what that was if I had I could because I can I'm always up for the challenge all right we're gonna take a break we return the cowboys have finally met with dak Prescott's age of the first time since September are they getting any closer to getting a deal done with the guy who has started every game at quarterback in his four years with the team more PFT live right after this those nachos were rough on my stomach when you have nausea heartburn indigestion since caps for fast relief and alter code just.
"herbert" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"The banker database ranked access Bank in the top one thousand banks in the world, really cool thought. Okay. So today access Bank is one of the largest banks in Africa. And so he's really taken this Bank in create something very special. And it's something that is attributable to his ingenuity expertise for sure. So I was invited over tonight geria- to visit with Herbert access Bank. As part of the work that we're doing with them for competes create. And I was I was first time in Africa. I was just flat out amazed by the the people the vibrance of the people the way that I contact was made the way that laughter. Smile was part of just about every conversation the intensity the confidence that people had flat on amazing. And I just love the time that I got to spend with them. Now, you might know some background noise in this conversation. It's because we recorded it live in front of their company and Cole. I mean, the virus in this group like they would do this thing before every meeting they would open and close each meeting that they would have with prayer either Muslim Christian prayer, which was really cool because you know, there's some conflict in Africa between those two religions, and they would also basically chant a warrior song. And it would just get them juiced. And fired up and they just became fully switched on. And it was an incredible process that they had in. So you'll hear some background noise in it in. So, but I think that you know, when we consider what is mastery, it's really valuable to hear from people across the globe. Because culture shapes us the way, we choose words the way, we engage with people the way we solve problems. And so I'm stoked to be able to introduce to you some of that. I think is very special. That's something really amazing. So with that let's jump right into this week conversation with Herbert weekly. Herber? How are you? Good. Where did you grow up? Okay. Yes. By Syria was bunny legals. On the outbreak of the civil war. And I think it was in days into the civil war. My parents have run out of legal's until we went straight to Pawtucket. And that was where I started my very early childhood. So what ages are we talking about? So I was not three days old when Netflix. And then I went straight to tackle by road, as I was told on, of course, that time the infrastructure was in complete despair. Nobody could think about about it until that also had its effect on me. We'll talk about it as you move. So between the ages of one eleven I grew up attacked. So that was where I went to primary school on of course, secondary school there after a Wentz to nothing most of country somewhere called to wear went to federal to said said that again to me, it's called soco soco. Yes. It's the it's a hell almost our answers about the note. Yes, where you almost have the desert. What is so I don't understand your culture nearly enough to understand what it means to live in not part versus logos. So so from one to eleven what does that mean when you say that you live there now limited the big difference? Now, the southern part of the country. Which is where it grew up was actually home to me now when you have to go to Sokoto, which is it takes about three days together by real. I mean, you go by real they go by road except cetera. Now, the weather out the is extremely harsh Mike if I took you there as an adult today, you'd feel sick. Mount whether at eleven years old living with people from totally different culture at that particular point in time, grits culture, but just different. So it was it was just totally different experience by parents did not believe there was any reason for me to have done it. But I did it. Anyway, why did you do because I felt the need to be independent at what age from eleven from eleven left home at eleven. I left him at eleven before eleven actually I was temples a had to go. You had very rare flights airplanes that could take you the. So we went by train..