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"holly jonathan" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"holly jonathan" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Every time she does that. I feel like I just fail. The kings quest game. You Die David Graham. I would say these Games are varying prominence and importance but yeah matter so the first time around. We did the pre-christmas bowls that is a clear consistent theme easy to define you look at a calendar time flows in one direction at least as far as humans can can perceive it so these those games were easy to group we simply Zelda unless you are Dr Manhattan formerly human. He's it's not even licensed doesn't know a damn thing about college football then later on we do have groups of bowls that also They have specific things in common. What do today's ballgame have in common? They have in common that they have nothing in common. I have labeled these the grab bag bowls and Ryan has actually found a way to talk about about these cans so so at first blush you can look at some of these games say there are some interesting mix of Sun here that in a different timeline these this could have been very high stakes games. The Rose Bowl is on here with Oregon Wisconsin even a game even the cotton bowl of Medicine Penn state. It's like yeah. That probably wasn't isn't the most likely playoff matchup but it wasn't an impossible one. Not all of the Games are going to do at that. But that's the The game we're going to play today. Hey is we're going to go through these bowls and we are going to try to convince two thousand nine selves that the game we are describing is actually the national championship in two thousand eighteen. This we gotta entertain ourselves somehow yes So Holly you get to go first with the cotton bowl of gross. Pretend you're talking to two thousand nine you and explain how twenty in two thousand nineteen Penn State Status Playing Memphis for the national title. First of all I feel obligated to address the setting the way to get here. The Path to at this bit of history is via realignment. The big ten has wealth teams. The big twelve has ten Missouri's in the Goddamn Sec. For some reason of course we're not playing playing the cotton bowl in the cotton bowl anymore. The enormous television screen in the stadium can be explained and should be explained in actual reality. The as a very shiny symptom of our species slide towards future best described in wally As for our competitors Penn state date. It's two thousand nine. I just witnessed lane kiffin. Turn Jonathan Crompton into a draftable. NFL quarterback and bail on his own press conference to head to USC see. I am in a very susceptible place to believe. Good things are happening to people. Like deeply dislike. Of course James Franklin is at this time if I recall correctly Ralph regions head coach in waiting But I trust me. MEMPHIS is even easier. Tell me Memphis this. Join the SEC. In the coming wave of realignment and that Steve Spurrier used tricks he learned at the South Carolina state legislature to keep USC and Clemson in separate separate conferences to lobby for Memphis to join the SEC. In Place of Missouri placing a third team and in-state media market in the same state as Tennessee life and shifting Tennessee's recurring focus to the defensive and towards the West. I still will not be able to find it in my heart to truly resent him but again again I trust me it is it is easier to buy the In like in two thousand nine. It's easier to buy Memphis in the SEC. Them Missouri. Yes can I just say that in two thousand nineteen that is still the case for me. It's fine this is also defied. Wow okay spencer you get you get a little bit of a harder one. I do I do I am I am tasked with the gator bowl presenting the two thousand. And Twenty gator bowl. which is the Indiana hoosiers versus? Does the Tennessee volunteers to two thousand nine me. WHO has just watched Indiana struggle to another very Indiana ish season and and watch Tennessee enduring up and down first year under head coach Lane Kiffin? It's not as it's it's I'm GonNa tell you this it's a long hike is not impassable okay because Tennessee Tennessee's actually pretty easy all right because blanketed coming out of year one. Forget a lot of things that you know about lane kiffin our how it goes in two thousand nine Lane Kiffin is coming off of a thunderous under entry a tumultuous year on the field where the almost beat eventual nationals Heidel Alabama in a twelve. Ten struggle interrupted only only Bhai terrence cody blocking a couple of kicks as mentioned by Holly Jonathan. Crompton has an excellent season testimony to testimony to who lane kiffin powers as a QB whisper and potential magnet for talent under center by the way a demonstrated magnet for talent across off-the-field because Tennessee calls the number eight recruited number eight recruiting class in the country. Wherever they've got Janet Jackson bryce Brown David Oku the new case Richardson? It's GONNA be fine. It's going to be good and potentially could be great and if you told me in two thousand. I should've taken this game just to prevent you from taking this. I kinda figured you would be honest if you told me. Hey this cocky bastard. He's actually get Tennessee someplace..

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"holly jonathan" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"holly jonathan" Discussed on The Daily

"From the New York Times, I'm Michael Barr. This is the daily. Today. The number of measles cases in the US has now risen to nearly seven hundred the highest annual number since the disease was declared eliminated in this country in two thousand many of those cases can be traced to to orthodox Jewish. Katie's in New York. It's funny able to six. And the heart of near city's religious Jewish enclave. Williamsburg Brooklyn around me are men with black hats the sidelocks that traditional payout. Religious garments. And about a block away. There's your Sheba's religious schools synagogues school buses keep passing with Hebrew lettering on the side. Reporter for the New York Times. Holly Jonathan we are here during story on measles. What else everyone's talking about it? So what's your opinion? You've got kids. You've. Vary. I definitely do. And I feel like besides the safety of my children. It's for the safety of the ones with come. From is helps. The anti vaccine community is very lound trying to be very loud. They're trying to have a very strong voice. And it's okay. You know, what everybody can do whatever they want. But don't put us into bad light. Don't represent the entire community and meeting between us. Absolutely. Yes. I went to rocklin. I had a very interesting conversation. A woman said a non Jewish woman. She said, I don't want to do this. But cross the street when I'm with my baby. And I see a person in the so isn't this embarrassing for us? My sister was on the train today. And they were bunch of school kids say let's not sit next to juice because they don't vaccinate. She was so disturbed. She was extremely disturbed. She felt very hurt by her fellow community members that made her look bad in the eyes of others. It was very sad, actually. Sara Maslin near writes about New York for the times. Sir. Where did all of this start? How did measles? Get Toya's Burke, this amick started more than five thousand miles away from New York City in Israel. So Israeli Jews tend to go for the high holidays to Ukraine and Ukraine is in the middle of a serious measles outbreak. So some unvaccinated people went to Ukraine picked up measles there. Brought it back to Israel. Now, you have Brooklyn Jews traveling overseas to visit family and friends to Israel where everyone goes for holidays to see grandma and grandpa and those children mostly took ill over there. Brought it back. New Jersey a warning people who are at Newark liberty airport last five that they may have been exposed to measles. A learning about measles cases in Brooklyn officials confirmed a fourth case this morning, the number of children contracting, the disease continues to grow just in the last week health officials have confirmed ninety new cases there about one hundred seven reported cases, so far up to one hundred fifty five cases that we've confirmed as early this afternoon. And the thing to know about measles is it's insanely contagious. In fact, measles is so contagious that. If one person has it up to ninety percent of people close to that person who are not immune. We'll get measles. Measles. Symptoms. Are usually mild at first runny, nose, cough, watery eyes and low fever, then the fever worsens and Arash starts on the face and spreads most people can recover fully. But it can lead to pneumonia even brain damage, which is why the US has worked for decades to get this under control and actually won the bad. Title in two thousand the United States declared measles eradicated from the country. Well, given that why was there a measles outbreak in Williamsburg versus just a couple people coming back from Israel. So to understand why this spread like wildfire in this particular community. You have to understand the unique nature of the Hasidic Jewish community in Brooklyn. It's a very communal religion to pray as a Jew you. Need a minimum of ten people to get together. So at baseline it really centers around community families have a large number of kids. I think on average six compared to the national average of about two and sometimes many more people babysit each other's kids. They spend a tremendous amount of time together and within this already combustible situation. A number of parents just don't vaccinate their children. And why is that since the invention vaccine's? There has always been resistance to them. People. Just didn't understand them initially me of get it right there administered to a little baby. They require a needle vaccines contain a version of the germ that they're trying to prevent, but I think you can trace the modern route of this anti vaccination to about the seventies one girl in three misuse of actually sometimes because of absentees sometimes because parents object. That's when study came out linking extra the whooping, cough X, and we're not talk about measles here. Whopping cough too serious childhood side effects, like seizures believe that risk of damage from the vaccine is now greater than the risk of damage from the disease, and it was essentially debunked. But nevertheless, it sent whooping cough. Vaccination rates pretty in the UK where that study was plummeting from about eighty percent to thirty percent about. About. I have decided on.

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