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Fresh update on "howie" discussed on Bet The Board
"You look at early downs first three quarters. The eagles running back are number one in the NFL and EPA per rush. Their EPA per rush in that scenario is four times better than the second best running team. And the chiefs are slightly below average against the run, and they face the second easiest schedule of run offenses. Certainly, we've chronicled them. And we've discussed them probably the last two months or so about the improvements, the back half of the season for the chiefs defense. But when you start to parse out the matchups where the chiefs face a top ten run game and focus solely on that tier of run game, which is closest to what the eagles present, the chief's defense is 21st in EPA per Russia, 24th in yards per carry allowed. And you look at some of the other metrics, the chiefs contact opposing running backs at or behind the line of scrimmage on just 37% of attempts that's 30th in the NFL. Part of the reason, early money was attracted to miles Sanders over 55 and a half rushing yards, and most rushing yards in the game plus one 40 or better. And even some nibbles on MVP at 35 and 30 to one. Is that Sanders averages a shade less than 7 yards per carry when he's not contacted at or behind the line of scrimmage. Once miles gets going, right? It's good night. And betters believe Sanders usage rate increases in a game that's virtually a pick them where next week doesn't matter, right? I mean, we're not saving anything. The eagles have been in so many blowouts to your point. They smartly don't want their starting running back to deal with all the trauma in the second half. When their lead in by ten plus. Can I say one? Go ahead. Well, I'll say one thing on that too. And I'll give some of the odds makers credit, 'cause I was actually hoping for inflated numbers on the secondary running backs for Philadelphia. If they were just going off current form, but I want to use that as a cautionary tale for a lot of our listeners out there who are using recent data points to try and advocate for players like Kenneth gainwell in Boston Scott to replicate some of the success that they've had in the two eagles playoff games because the point that you make makes a 110% sense talking about miles Sanders doesn't need to carry the ball when you're leading by three plus touchdowns in the middle of the third quarter. I think the other interesting part and it's probably smart on the eagles part because they're very analytical. They're very sound. It's probably smart to diminish the counting stats as miles becomes an unrestricted free agent and you're kind of hindering his agent and touch and negotiation. Those agents got to have the efficiency numbers at their fingertips looking at EPA and everything else they want to present to Howie when they're trying to get that cash. To your point though when games are tight in the second half, Sanders you should rate remains really high. It's not what we've seen the last few weeks were Kenneth gainwell has been highly involved because of the scoreboard. Now gain well is pretty good as a pass catcher out of the backfield. Maybe we see him in that role a little bit more here. But this is interesting to think about and it just stamps what you just said. The forward facing analytics and X's and O's guys in the eagles guys love gain while in this game because of what they've seen recently, and maybe it comes to fruition, maybe it unfolds that way, maybe gain more has been so good, you can't keep them out of this game. Maybe his first carry is explosive and it's like we got to get this guy some touches. But professional betters have actually hit gain well under 22 and a half rushing yards. It's why it's now down to 19 and a half and it's because they don't believe the game script is going to be anything like the last three games with loads of garbage time. And if you look in the second half of games since week 15, when the eagles don't have a double digit lead, Sanders has 32 carries, gain well in Scott combined to have 5. I personally don't have a $0 on gain well props. But I think it's worth mentioning the battle there between professional betters and the X's and O's and eagle skies. I think kind of just getting back to the chiefs run defense here. Part of their inability to stop the run is scheme driven. For all of the chiefs defensive improvements as the year went on, is because spags through more guys in the coverage and played with lighter boxes. You can't do that here. The eagles are going to absolutely mull you and kill you if you're playing the light box. And the type of zone read scheme, the eagles run is kind of foreign to the chiefs. You think about this, yeah, sure, the Titans and rams tried it. But there was no threat of pass off the zone read with Malik Willis or Bryce Perkins. Sure, Jalen hurts isn't a 100%. And he did come up a couple times wincing in that forty-niners game, something we didn't see against the Giants with two weeks off. Hopefully for the sake of the eagles, like hertz legs will be a factor because you have two weeks and maybe the shoulders a little bit better. But you look since the injury first half numbers hurts Russia attempts have mirrored roughly four and a half attempts both pre and post injury, but his yards per rush is dipped nearly 5 yards since the shoulder injury. So hertz has to be a willing and effective runner here because the chiefs have allowed 16% more rushing yards than expectation a quarterbacks this season. It's a bottom ten rate in the NFL.
"howie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"He's one of our favorites, just like this guy is as well. He will be part of the pregame show prior to Super Bowl 57 he's a pro football Hall of Famer, but most importantly, he's going to become the 17th recipient of the patch summer roll award in a fundraising event held at every single Super Bowl that has raised over $10 million for the kids of saint Jude since it's inception. Thanks to the big heart of Cheryl D Leonardo, who runs that event. I am honored to be one of those 17 recipients of that award. Howie long back here on the rich eyes and show, how you doing, Howie? I'm doing great. How are you partner? Well, you know what? I woke up this morning saying, what am I going to talk about on today's show? And then that moment passed. I'll give you the floor on Tom Brady, Howie long. What do you think of his career? Go for it. Well, I don't think it will ever be duplicated. That's for sure. To be great for that prolonged period of time through, if we went through and I've done this exercise before, before it became absurd, we're using this 40s. The number of offensive line many played with the New England, the number of running backs a number of tight ends and number of wide receivers. The iterations of coaching staffs with the exception of Bill and there were some kind of constants there. But for him to and from a style standpoint, we had his first Super Bowl was the Super Bowl after 9 11. And we had it down in New Orleans and it was a game that if you look at every game film you could possibly watch, you could make a case for New England to win that football game. And Terry Bradshaw and his Forrest Gump kind of brilliance made the statement that in a year like this with all this country has been through, how can't you pick a team called the Patriots? And I remember it stands out to me in the halftime show with Bono and the whole thing and Tom's first kind of stroke of masterpiece taking drive down at the end of the game asked to do different things as he was throughout the course of his career. The funny thing was typically when you get older, you're asked to do less and you manage a game and that certainly hasn't been the case with him. I think the thing to me like a lot of players and particularly a player that played as long as common had one as much as Tom and the reason why it will not be duplicated were there people who threw the ball better yes, better athletes yes. Check, check, check. We all saw the combine footage, what made Tom special was his will his heart and his head. And that's what made patent special and Tom Tom was able to ring every drop of football out of that mind and that body that heart that he could and we wish these guys could play forever. And I think this is about as close as close to forever as you're going to get out of a quarterback in the NFL and will never be duplicated. I agree. And again, the thing I keep pointing out here, how he and I'm so appreciative of you pointing out the origin, how it did begin on such a national stage with the whole country with hearts and throats watching a football game in that stadium just a few months after the attacks of 9 11 and wondering whether this country could ever hold such a big event, a target. There's no other way to put it. And then the fact that he performed the way that he did and then the legend was born, but what he's done is a 40 year old. That's insane, man. I mean, the numbers are insane. Ken stabler's numbers of his career, I was pointing out and they're going to share a bust room with him and you know, together forevermore, his passing yards in career passing touchdowns as a 40 year old akin to stabler's career. I mean, come on. This is insane. Well, you know, here's the thing though. Different times. I understand different times, but you know, it's so it's so challenging. I mean, Terry will be the Terry loves Kenny stabler and he's also loved Brady's career and he'll tell you flat out look, I've played in super bowls where I threw the ball 21 times. You know, I mean, it was a different era when you think about lawn and stalwart and wide receiver. You could measure wide receiver numbers then versus now and we're in sub packages, 76% of the time. And Tom saw, it's so fascinating about Tom's career, the arc in the breadth and scope of his career, it went through so many different iterations of offensive philosophy. And so many different players, people talk about chemistry and how long can we hold the group together? The group was Bill and Tom. And the situation he walked into down in Tampa Bay and you remember the first 5, 6 games and then there was the Chicago game and there was there was the biweek and it finally done on them wait a second. No risk of no biscuit. We want to throw the ball down the field. But let's do it out of play action path with extra bodies and protection. And we can do everything we want to do. Let's adapt the offense to Tom. And you had a great defense and for him to win that Super Bowl was nothing short of amazing. For someone to even embark on, it's climbing Everest. And doing it multiple times. And then doing it again. And again, and again, and again, and it takes so much out of you and there's so many, so many injuries or free agency or salary cap cuts or things that happen around your coaching moves in order for you to be that successful in that great to win that much. The one constant is Tom. Howie long here on the rich eisen show pro football Hall of Famer and you're getting set to go to Super Bowl 57. What's your first blush? Thought on how this is going to play out between the eagles and chiefs. What do you got from you? Well, you know, on the AFC side, I've kind of felt like the two quarterbacks from buffalo and Cincinnati and Alan and borough were right there knocking on the door. And certainly that's the case in Cincinnati with those young receivers and young quarterback, they're going to be there for a while. I think we probably have more questions about what can buffalo do to take the next step, whether it's offensive line, defense front, pass rush, whatever. But I think the suit does your over the last few weeks was has burrowed overtaken Patrick Mahomes. You look at the last two playoff games, the high ankle and anyone who's had a high ankle knows how challenging that is. And last time you had a high ankle, I think was prior to the Vegas game a couple of years ago and he through four TDs and 300 plus yard zero interceptions. The legend of Patrick Mahomes continues to grow. And he's a guy that I think everyone takes their shots at, but and certainly Alan and burrough are great and they're knocking on the door.
"howie" Discussed on The Lead
"Philadelphia sports fans have a long and complicated relationship with many of the people who run their pro sports teams. And that's especially true of eagles GM, Howie roseman. And for the Philadelphia Eagles, the long drought is over. Finally after building the team that won Philadelphia's first ever Super Bowl back in 2018, he was a hero. But back out here live in Philadelphia. You can see how proud people are. Fly eagles fly, the city is proud. Then just a few years later, after a four 11 in one season, he was seen by many as the problem. How I roseman's talent evaluation is very poor. Make them like the team frigging vice president or something like that. Something huge, but get him out of talent evaluation. And now, with the eagles, again looking like Super Bowl contenders, he's a hero, once again. Howie roseman. He has been killing it. I don't know what changed as far as drafting goes. I don't know what, you know, he's always been that
AJ Shares the Time He Was Asked for His ID - at Age 57
"Can't go out too much because I get in fights. Verbal altercations that if it was ten, 15, 20 years earlier it would be physical fight. I know they would be. So, you know, we all get geared up to go out, grocery shopping, whatever. And there's a big store out here in LA called Ralph's, right? That's the main one. And I thought Ralph's every couple of days to pick some stuff up. I don't like doing a major shop. I actually like going to a grocery store. I enjoy it. I enjoy that atmosphere. You know, everybody's wearing masks, which is fine. And I don't have a problem with that. So I went to go pick up some stuff. Excuse me. And I picked a wine up for the wife, a few stupid things, some chicken, whatever. And I'm going to check out the guy, big, big tall, big, muscular black guy who says sales manager on his fucking shirt. Never saw him before. New guy, and he goes to me, sir. And by the way, he had gloves on, but they weren't surgical gloves. They were gardening gloves, which I found insane. And I could tell the way he was like standing upright and kind of back from the conveyor belt that he wanted no part of germs. I could see this guy. Like a black Howie Mandel. So, you know, the wine goes down the thing and he goes, sir, I'm gonna need to see it to my D and I said, excuse me? He said, ID. I need to see some ID for the alcohol. I said, ID for the wine. Do you look at me? I said, this is a 57 year old person. You think I'm 21? Sir, I can, listen, it's not about that. I'm well within my right. I said, don't be ridiculous. You're well within your rights to be an idiot. This is so stupid. I'm coming here 20 years. No one's ever proved me for a bottle of wine, and I came here when I was 37, never happened. Now I'm 57. What are you out of your mind? Because that's it, you know what? That's it. I don't have to take care. I can ask you to leave. I said, good, I'll take this fucking mask off right now. I've had it. So I start lifting my mask, he got so panic stricken, like I was gonna spit in his face or something. Okay, sir, please. Please put your mans down. I said, okay, then just finish checking me. Just finish checking me out. I'm not gonna have this fucking argument. I said, people are so upset. People are so miserable and have had it with these things that are put in place every fucking day. Now on top of all this, you want to see my ID. My fucking hair is my ID. That's a 50, 7 year old old man's head. Fucking
Howie Mandel Makes an Ass of Himself on TikTok
"Howie Mandel, hi Scott, but crazy. And you meant he's crazy. Howie Mandel recently did this unfathomable and fallible posting on a TikTok that made everybody want to throw up. Throw up and discuss and find their ass cheeks and sympathy at the same time because whoever is poor person is he featured, well, hey, listen, he posted he tossed up this graphic video of somebody having an anal prolapse that he stitched over himself, okay? He said it was his friend. And he asked if COVID could have been the cause of the prolapse. Now, aside from that, he didn't give any of the context, no other explanation, no apologies. You know, he just had to get that joke out. And they said that this, you know, he posted the video to his TikTok account. This guy almost 10 million people will follow him. And people like, oh my God, what is he doing? But people really asked does somebody know, can this be COVID related? And if it is, what do we do about it and how we then set, I mean, come on, bro really, that human goes even too low for me, especially if you're not famous showing somebody else's asshole on TikTok and asking if that's a problem. But he took it down at the little one. That quickly,
Glenn Greenwald: The Twitter Changes Elon Musk Wants to Make
"Here's Glenn greenwald on Fox News over the weekend talking about the impact of Elon Musk, Twitter, and this whole controversy. He's proposing a lot of changes almost all of which are uncontroversial. Things like getting rid of bots of making the verification process easier, providing an edit button, the one proposal that he is so controversial and that is generated all of this upset and outrage among the media class is he wants to make free speech values more predominant to erode and roll back what has become a very aggressive censorship regime where the range of views that you're permitted to express is constantly contracting. And it is bizarre to me Howie that journalist who traditionally a prided ourselves on being the defenders, the frontline defenders of free speech and press freedom values now at least in many sectors seem to be the leading crusaders in favor of more censorship of silencing dissident voices of silencing and de platforming their competitors and clearly the horror about Elon Musk taking over Twitter, a platform most important immediately because we just said it is all about the fact that they rely on the heavy censorship hand for managing the discourse and for getting rid of rivals. Now, no one can dispute that. They rely on the heavy censorship hand to get rid of rivals. Just gas dinesh d'souza. Just ask president Trump. Just ask anybody who's been deplatformed and ghosted or whatever they call it. What do they call that? Not ghosted. It's a shadow
"howie" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The The handful we got left will probably be gone by the end of the show. But check it out. You can get you can still get one now. So today's poll question is Will Biden's vaccine mandates on the private sector be overturned? I think so. Yes, 79% say yes. Gunned down just a little bit. But I'm not sure it's going to be in time to prevent some people from losing their jobs. I don't know if you can. You know the thing is, people say, Well, there's going to be a you know, a class action suit or, you know, just do. But you know how long it takes to get to get lawsuits going, especially in this climate. You know, I mean, the courts are still not operating. Basically, they got I mean, as you know, you think about all the people that have been getting, you know, $300 a week unemployment. These judges have been getting their regular salary of up to $200,000 a year if you're on the SJC for doing nothing, basically for free a year and a half. You think there were you think these cases are going to get the court very quickly? They're not. It's a real hassle. Someone says, Okay, you've talked about mass port move on focus on the present issues. What the thing is, it hasn't ended its the same old, same old at mass sport. It's a giant hack. Aram a. Paul, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Paul. Howie and hasn't ended and will never end. But what all lick it up hack story would be complete without the hat. Lose your Steve Taco. Not mentioned Well, he was on the board. He was on the board of, uh, Mass port. Back in the day. He was a fundraiser for Bill Weld in his first and his second campaigns. And Yeah, he got taken care. Well, I mean, Paul, I could have gone down the whole list of, uh, you know what all the people, especially the ones who are in in the greater mass port area that had planes landing over there, district like Trav traveling either former Boston City Councilor District City Councilor. Who later became the Senate president. I mean, one of his guys got $150,000 job right? And then the prep prior to him Being the Senate president was a guy named Tom Birmingham from Chelsea. He got a job for one of his big guys. John Nucci from East Boston. Like Travaligni. He was on the school committee and then the City council. He became a clerk, and now he's at the I think Suffolk University. One of his guys got a big job, and after Travel left. There was a guy named Skip Akio. Who went to work, and then he got a job at Mince Levin, where Steve Taco worked. Even though Steve tacos, not a lawyer, and skip Aghios cousin got a job. I mean, I could have gone it never bleeping ends And when we come back, I'll tell you about Rachel Rollins 844 542 42. I'm Howie Carr. a few months ago, when we here at Matthews Brothers introduced our newest.
Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From Group's Suits
"Abortion clinics temporarily shielded from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion group under a new bat rule banning most abortions. But Washington is paying attention to other Republican led states considers similar laws that allow third parties to sue people suspected of aiding abortions. Massachusetts Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. Just because there's a ban on abortion doesn't mean that abortions will stop happening. It means that there will not be access to safe and legal abortions for our most vulnerable and at the White House very unusual mechanisms in this law that let one neighbor Sue, another neighbor was top of mind for the president. He described that as a vigilante system and said it was almost on American. The White House said that they are looking for ways of the federal government can respond to the law and ensure that all women have access to safe and legal abortion. But still, the White House has not yet laid out any specific next steps. A B C's Mary Alice Parks, the
"howie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Was the probably the best thing i could say about it That i made a lot of new friends through it. You know globally yes And nets you always define more friends. And be able. Because you can't talk about bruce to just anybody if you're not one of him you you then they don't get it they just think you're crazy so let me tell you a quick story howie because i totally agree with you. And that's why i'm doing this podcast So i do a doctor who podcast. I have a very good friend. Charles who i record with and There was a you know under. The flood was a fill episode of the series. And i sent a link out saying that. How am i not going to quote you. Know lost in the flood during the discussion. And he said he tweeted a peter. Gabriel song and said well. You could quote this one and i said why would i do that. So in the podcast. He is like well. There would be people that argue. That you know. Peter gabriel's better than bruce. I would. okay. Look that's like saying aquaman is better than the flash in the character. He so now you just talking crazy. I said you know You just started stand charles. And that's why i do the spont- gas. Because i love talking to other bruce fans in sharing that joy The same reason. I get a creativity out of it but i get to share the joy. It is so much fun to sit down with. Someone like yourself you know and talking about you know how bruce's affected your life and your adventures. It's just so much fun. I appreciate again. I'm i i totally can relate to what you're saying even my my sister and my mother you know they always you know how what is so great. Why are you so obsessed. And i. You know i've bought them tickets to shows and you know. Listen to not the bruce fans that i am and you know whatever but they got it. They understood it. In fact i had you know. Just even watch you know some of the things on youtube and whatnot and my like. He's sixty something he's only he's doing this. You know. I'm like yeah. And this is what he does every night. He never mails it in. This is every night. My wife says the same thing. She saw him in two thousand and two At the rising tour was okay yummy. She thought it was fine but then in two thousand twelve. We drove up to cleveland to see him as kind of a couple's vacation and she had done a lot of research. I we were going to do bourbon tours. And we're going to see bruce so it was our bourbon and brewster so i had done a lot of walking so that i can you know. Walk all the distilleries and being shape. And she listened to a lot of bruce music and when she came out of the show she says. I don't know if i become a bruce fan but i have become a fan of seeing him live and he may have spoiled me for any other band. That's actually really will put because you know again like like i said he is not just the performance. It's it's as he has. He sets a bar. Many people can match well. She can't imagine he said old. She has a huge crush on max. So you know. And she's like..
"howie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Really feel there's anything wrong with that because if if you idolize someone if he's your guy in end is a chance you know you. You don't know this two days before the contract is what are you gonna do way for that to happen. Yes you bite you know if you love mickey mantle. If you love anyone from sports and that there's a chance that anyone from your heroes are gonna show up. You may not be you know you're not it's not a knock on darling love. I read all that stuff. And i didn't feel a knock on her. It was more of someone wanting to see their idol or their guy. And if that's an opportunity where you know. It's a fifty fifty. Sometimes you take that up too because this is you know your guy now. If he doesn't come you know you roll the deicing you lost. Yeah but but it was. It's not a knock on darlene. Love or judge grachev the or anybody else. It's just someone that you know you you who you idolize someone in easy hero and net hero may show up and he has a tendency to do these things and he's affiliated with the album these affiliated with van zandt so the great chance he shows up you buy the tickets when they come out and then later on you find that he's not showing and you sell your tickets you know. Obviously those people border for bruce but listen i. I don't have a problem with that. i knock on darlene. Love no absolutely and i would have. I think you are exactly right. The idea is that's a bonus. I think it's going to be an amazing Darling love was just on With elvis costello on late show and you know and it was amazing and so yeah you want to enjoy that and see. So yes i. I actually like you know the music you know. Sh you know not the first person you know. I'm not bruce to me but definitely loved the music but You know again. It's it's you go. If you listen with joe grisham still going to go. And i love his music. Was i happen. Hoping bruce. we're going gonna show up. There might also sure but you know what that's what you do when you in this particular thing we're we're talking about is bruce and your you know your friends and whatever yeah you this is what you do. This is why people are obsessed with using. Because you know. He does not touring right in our right now and you know. It's too far in between and if this is a shot for you to see him. Maybe you're fifty fifty. I i would do it every time absolutely so you've already told me a couple of great stories. I love the speeding ticket. I love getting pushed by the bouncer. Didn't love that so much but at the time you're feeling pretty good. Is there any other shows that well. I have a lot. I was lucky. I've been lucky to have a lot of you know sort of Connections to ruth reservoir. Was i had a small snippet on in springsteen and i oh nice yeah so i sent him my story but there was something where they asked me to say three words that you felt you know gang lane..
"howie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"My father would bust through the door and telling me you know. Eleven o'clock and i can hear every word you're saying and i didn't realize being that lab with you know that just shows you how much you just lose yourself in in the music and in the in the You know the performance that he does i. I really became an obsession. Where i think my uncle who told you introduced me to it right with sorry that he did because to this day at i talk about with him. He never thought they would be creating this monster that he did. Thank you for that. There's so much to do. But i've got to go back to. I graduated high school in nineteen seventy seven. I am a child of top. Forty rock And i love and love berryman love and whenever i tell the story about listening to top forty music always mentioned queen. I mentioned elton. john. And i never i i censor myself and don't mention barry manilow because of the grief right and which is a shame because you know the man has written so many great songs. I listen to this day or and i used to. I sang along with the. You know back then. They were a tracks and I i'm going to include this link in the show notes A guy named mark. Evans who is a comic book writer. He worked for jet kirby for a while. he is. The executive producer of the garfield comics. Talked about going to sea. Barry manilow once in vegas right and he said he was sitting next to to people who had come from alberta canada to celebrate twenty years of marriage Visit system manager for computer firm. She's teaching assistant in the universe and they fell in love to weaken in new england here crates and they said it was playing at just right ambiance. I'm going to quote mark. you know. I sometimes write songs. And if i ever wrote one that changed to live like that. I'm not sure that wouldn't be better than a grammy or a double platinum record or rave review billboard I i appreciate your honesty in sharing with me. Because i have not been that brave at times and so i am so glad you did and because you how i'm always going to be i'm going to say yes barry manilow absolutely so go ahead you were going to be honest. I mean i was like in the beginning. But the you know for me And i mean you know getting into lyrics and poetry. he his lyrics and poetry will vary Stripped down they weren't you know crypt and trying to figure things out. And i you know for thirteen year olds thought to write Obviously is music is. You know phenomenal You know whether you want to agree to it and that The you know there was songs for me like ready to take a chance again and some things that really were beautifully written in says. The same thing about elton john. Some other people right stripped down type of music. And i think that's why when i got into bruce and got really understood his lyrics..
"howie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I'm from brooklyn new york. I'm forty seven years old. I have a family here down here in brooklyn from the gecko musically attached. I am a writer myself not my day. Job but I've been writing since. I was thirteen and trying to finally put out a book. Probably say hopefully by you know january of next year lyrics and poetry and thank you self published thing. It's just more me You know an accomplishment. I could say a lot. Like bruce in some ways where you know. I'm a perfectionist. So this thing is A work in progress. He definitely without a question. I mean funny story. I mean how i started to get into. Bruce was i. Didn't you know. I'll always loved rock but i was always attached. You know ironically enough to barry. Manilow i know this is you know makes a lot of people laugh. Who knows me the reason why is because of some certain songwriting slowly. I you know. I got into which was my first rock and then one day i was when i was thirteen. I was by my uncle's house. It's like an older brother to me. And he. You know ironically because this anniversary and it's you know they're releasing the box set and discuss. He was playing the river. The album you know there's l. p. And i think i'm pretty sure and i was thinking about it over the weekend. Swung was jackson. Cages just came on and when it has that opening beats and guitar just you know this like impossible and not. Just turn around and say what the heck was that. I started listening a little bit more on a little bit more and he says take these albums with you and just listen to him. Trust me you like the who. You're gonna love this guy and it's okay again. I was only thirteen. And i knew hungry. Heart was on the radio..
"howie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"There are a lot of her springsteen facebook groups some deal with people that are fight teeing serious illness there others that were you posts ticket stubs but spring nuts is my favorite facebook. Springsteen group The people there are kind. They are loving. They are respectful with each other. And they all adore bruce and his music and a big reason why that group works is howie. Howie is the warden and he makes sure that all of us are behaving ourselves that we are kind to each other and mostly that. We're having fun way back. In the first year that i was doing the podcast. How joined me. And i'm gonna replay that episode. We are still working on trying to get him back on the show because he and i need to catch up but for now. Here is all the way back from october. Two thousand fifteen. My discussion with the warden halley. Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of set. Lusting bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly his fans joining me. Today is a very special. Bruce bud than i'm excited to get to know bruce. Bud introduce yourself my name. Is harry chaz from brooklyn new york. Great boost friend. I'm sure many on your show and really really happy to be in. I appreciate you know even asking. Oh i'm just so glad. My wife asked me today. She where are you finding these people that i said it's just great. I just reach out and twitter and facebook and different things. And i go. Hey you wanna be on the show. They like like really me. And i go absolutely i just i just love the wide range of how far bruce's fandom and reaches and i just i think every bruce fan has a story. And that's my kind of nightmarish. Definitely definitely a great connection. And i think boost fans are very very unique in on. I know everyone would say about the people or the bands that they like. But i think when it comes to bruce it's definitely I would the only the only been possibly compared to it'd be you know the grateful dead where they'll go to like multiple shows and follow them all over the place and have those stories and how they connect and you know he's definitely Got a connection with fans. I think i can't think of many others. Have you know i'm biased. Because i do a podcast about him. But i agree. You know. i'm a fairly new fan. I i became obsessed after seeing him. Live the first time two thousand two but it is in like in the two thousand fourteen. I went to nashville by myself. My wife couldn't get off. And in you know i met up with a bunch of people know phantoms and i had no idea knowing each other and we had that bruce bond then felt like you were with friends or absolutely absolutely you can go. You can just go and in no no one. No one over there and you'll end up. You know taking phone number so email addresses and fifty friends at that concert. Because it's like one big. Bruce party you know family atmosphere in. Even they're the same thing like you're doing on your podcast right now. Is everyone has a story and everyone sharing it right there. And then and i've seen them fifty times. I've seen him forty times. And this is where i started and that's where i started. Really have that connection. That's what i think. Bruce is all about is his connection with his fans. Absolutely how he started out with tussle about yourself. You said you're from brooklyn look all that So talk to us a little bit about growing up influence and how you found bruce well Like i said..
Ed Asner: Lou Grant and Up Actor Dies Aged 91
"News Television icon has died. Foxes RICH Dead, Ihsan reports Ed Asner won more Emmys in his decades long career than any other male actor. His biggest claim to fame was his Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in the seventies. You know what? You got spunk? Well, I hate spunk in 1977. He was given his own Lou Grant spinoff show. Are you going to tell me that you have any doubts at all? Is somebody with my experience can't hold down a job in your city room. The younger generation might recognize Asner as the voice of the main character in the Academy Award winning cartoon film up That's nice kids. He had a renowned career on stage, even playing FDR and one man show in 2001 Ed Asner receive The screen Actors Guild
"howie" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Yeah it's thursday away to make us feel better about the fact that we still have another workday before we get to the weekend but yet we can deal. We can deal with today's thursday so howie klein is here and obviously with the events that transpired the last few days. There's plenty to talk about from Getting to know kathy cocoa. Oh boy she is the soon to be governor of new york. Yeah wow a zephyr teach out. Why isn't it you sorry. I digress. What else the you know the well all the the stuff that went on in the senate and the the Words of warning from the house. We'll talk about the players involved in all this because that's where how he's really strong. You know he runs the blue america. Pac at along with digby and john motto of cookson liars and they identify the best progressives who are already candidates and those who should be candidates and And and encourages them to ron raises. Money for them and all that kind of stuff so How we will be along at the top of the hour. But i want to begin today with well You know a few words about florida man. The actual florida man. You know there are plenty of floor demand around You know the one. We're discussing today You know is Is ron santa's who is known more more familiarly to those of us. Who live here in florida as moron death sentence. Because that's what he seems to want to distribute to the people of florida early death sentences. The man makes zero sense at all. I don't know if you've ever listened to a speech of his. He he can put three words together and make a sentence on like his idol dump the orange guy but and because he was educated. He's got a like a yale or harvard education. And i it makes me wonder how. How is that possible. Because the things he says are bat shit crazy. They're just stupid So here's an example. And the reason i decided to start start the show today with a little rant on the florida man governor Headline in the miami herald an alert. That not in. Today's paper but an alert. That i just got from the miami herald on email says Descent softens school board threats. It will be beyond them to cut.
"howie" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"I want to bring in our guest and play a conversation classic conversation that we had with my first boss was on a sketch show That that he did and he is a huge mental health advocate and has been for many years. Great comedian actor entrepreneur and judge on the hit. Show america's got talent. Let's join our conversation with howie. Mandel already in progress electronically or something. Because i do that too. But that's from being married forty years my wife instead terry trained you well trained worry. I'm going to mute myself. You just go by your life. What a great technique that is for its successful marriage. You know how. I have to say first of all. Thank you for doing this. And secondly you talk a lot about mental health. I know that you have things that you do that. You're very conscious about taking care of your own mental health. And i guess i want to ask. I don't know if you've ever shared this or if you're okay sharing but what works for you. Are there things that actually that you do. That actually work for you. And how do you approach that because people listening you know. I'm always a little bit. Repetitious about talking about work. What works for me. And i'll tell you something. Listen i am a soapbox is mental health. A fascinated how. How much myself perpetuated this for many decades. How much of a stigma mental health is and. I believe that mental health trump's physical health has power over. Its mind over matter. I've been very open about you. Know i suffer from anxiety depression. Oh see i've got like a everything..
"howie" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"It's time once again for my partner who is known as the high priestess of brain hacks the soothsayer of self care the ninja of the neo cortex jennifer kalari and jennifer. How's everything going. And where are you at emotionally right now. So there's more names for me every week. It's it's just. I look forward to. I look forward to that. We're going to do a whole book. Didn't really well actually okay. I'm slowing down a little bit for the summer. I've taken a bit of time off and i'm just trying to reconnect and recoup and spend time with family. And so i'm i'm in a pretty good place. Well that's great. That actually sounds great. Your energy is always really good. Why is that. Will you know what. I practice what i preach honestly not getting so. I really every single exercise that i talk about. I am constantly doing that work in my own head and it makes a huge difference. It makes it makes things so much easier. You can enjoy life so much more when you have a bunch of tools at your disposal a really you know. I want people to know that you can control your emotions instead of your emotions controlling you. You really can. Let's talk about that a little bit in terms of You know i think. Emotional regulation self regulation is is like a big thing for people. And when i say people i mean me I'm doing this for a friend. It's a big. It's a big issue. And i actually have a question. That's come in From a listener and this is anti I'm not gonna give out her Her handle here but her name is anne and she asks. Hi jennifer ned. i am I find that since the pandemic i my emotions are way out of whack. And i'm having a lot of trouble like regulating and it's everything from like t. It's everything from tears to fears. What how can i. I've never really been somebody who who regulates. How do i start. That's a really good question. Okay so first of all. I always start with a big answer and then i of bring it down to something tangible that we can use so the big answering. We've talked about this. A lot for ed We live in a culture where we've never been taught that we can control our emotions. We've been really taught to fear them. Avoid them or placate them right so in any you can even see it playing out with parenting even now and a kid crying child having hard time we buy them something or we shelvin ipad in their face or we immediately fix it. We need to solve the problem. We reach our phones..
"howie" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"On the mental health comedy podcast a classic conversation. We had with howie mandel. It looks like a drive through at the same time as he's doing this Well that's true. I actually pulled on lady the new at this point on for today it been the same since radio shack. I don't think there's anybody alive in a human race that some point in their life is not going to need a coping skill. you don't have to have ocd. You just have to be human good morning good afternoon. Good evening and welcome my friends. The show that never ends. It's the mental health comedy. Podcast with ed crasnick jennifer kalari jennifer coming up shortly. This is the show where we talk about mental health and we practice skills. We never do nothing. Nice sneezy we always do it nice and rough and it's very similar to the song proud mary and that's how we do it right here. Now on today's show we're going to talk a little bit about emotional regulation and we're gonna talk about a really unique way of practicing that actually practicing it while watching your favorite shows and movies now. I laugh at that but it's actually really cool and that's coming up. We're going to talk with jennifer about that and we always like to have We like to welcome people. No matter what emotional state in here are emotional shoutouts if you think the delta variant is a college fraternity welcome if you're planning to exercise but wait until tomorrow when it will be more convenient. Welcome if you didn't know how to use audible and ended up with three books on death and dying welcome zanex in a pez dispenser to attend a pool party. Welcome if you have no reaction to any right at a theme park because you've been screaming inside for two years. Welcome if you actually believe that you can win an ipad by filling out a survey welcome and if you beating yourself up even now there's always a place for you right here on the mental health. Tiny podcast now. Here are some statistics By the mental health comedy data team the data..
"howie" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Hey welcome to the trump wants podcast. Today my guest is country singer songwriter. Peyton howie our today peyton. I'm doing well. How are you have a pretty good day. I'm so happy yes. I'm so happy to start talking to artists that are performing again in the long year and a half or so. I know it's crazy. I mean i've been one of the artists that have been lucky enough to still be able to play toes at during the whole lockdown thing. I'm always able to find the places that were stealing. Having live music. And i was traveling all over the state different shows. I was lucky enough to not be. You know completely awake shows but i mean now they're opening up it's still you know it doesn't doesn't compare it all it's it's getting it's getting back and country. Music is back and percents. Absolutely you have your new hit out of freedom. And he dropped that one on memorial day weekend alongside the music video jessica. Now yeah. it's a cool video. It seems like you've been releasing singles you do you do cover even releasing singles One is the full album coming out so the five. Apn coming out at the end of this year. I can't be specific because You know was all talk. Secret but It's coming out towards the end of this year. I'm just so excited. It's probably one of the hardest. Things is to hold in new music. That's like been done and finished and you just want to share it with. Everyone can't yet. I know the feeling. It's like just like after i record like this episode and then i have to wait a few weeks. That's exactly i wanted to hear it. The hardest thing. I just released them all but supposed to do it. On a timely fashion. I guess at says so. You're you're young but you've been seeing for quite a long time kind of give my listeners. A backer of how you got started singing and music. Yeah so i mean When i was five my mom's was my very first concert. It was a it was like a big outdoor arena. And i was dancing.
"howie" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"I know her from here. She's just members of congress but far from the best. No she's not she's just district or two over from me and she's she's she is she is. I mean the women that she talked about. His best friend's lowest franko was kind of the best of the lot. The rest of them were just terrible. I mean really bad. Blue dogs new dams. And i'm thinking what kind of what kind of judgment does this woman have. But you know better than Better than hockey jeffries. Yeah i think so. The other at article which in some ways was more Of the moment was it was it was a thing about corruption and it's more important in some ways and that is the The story of a a meeting that took place on tuesday at the progressive caucus of the progressive. Because they told me that. Report that i read. I think it was in Maybe political. i'm not sure well let you split. You sent me was from. The intercept was ryan grim story from the intercept in grim writing. And they told me that well. Grim got exaggerating. Doesn't have it right. I kind of believe i believe for him. To congress was exaggerating. I actually believe grim and basically what it was. 'cause i reported on this a few weeks ago that among the people who are trying to stop the antitrust bills there are three antitrust bills that were written largely by pernilla pollen david cellini who are very active in the focus. One and and very important in the antitrust movement they wrote the impart of where running these these these Six bills that passed the committee and now going to the full house. Well the person there are few people but one of the people who really really Stridently against it and really making a big scene out of it admitted big scene at the progressive caucus where she a member is Zoloft greenwich right so old. Zoe lofgren You know who is in her seventies and has a no intention of retiring. And it's just like a nancy pelosi Puppet right and and who's in a in a d plus twenty three district. Now i mean in other words. Nobody could be no. No one could beat her in a district. We don't have to think about republicans but there's no democrat who's running against her right and she's really not very good. She's got a b rating from progressive. Punch somebody in in a d plus twenty three district if they don't have an a plus rating there's something wrong with them and she's not wonderful in any case she actually talked about something that is never talked about publicly so we kind of have to wear something. She's talked about all the bribes that she's taking millions and billions of dollars worth of from big tech now she's gonna do their bidding going the her finance years and she's associated saying to the The people in the caucus literally this is what she said. I haven't had to use any of the campaign money that that i've gotten from big tech since nineteen ninety six. Oh i've never had it right. I don't have any competition since i sat giving other people. I've handed out other members who needed it and now. You're you're paying me back bypassing this antitrust legislation against these ray right and so self conscious so self-conscious and so You know so. Sure herself that she didn't even realize what she was saying. She didn't realize that she was admitting to taking bribes. Yeah wow she said the quiet part out loud when she when she was first elected which was in the same year that nude newt gingrich took over congress nineteen ninety-four. She was idealistic liberal person. She was real but being in congress all these decades since then and and. That's what i call the story. Something about the source of factory is has changed her and she's not good anymore being and yet pelosi put her on the january. Six committee figure. I don't try to be the championship. You fight with jerry nadler and and you know it was it was nip and tuck for a while there who's going to wind up as the chair really. Wow wow and and benny. Benny thomson real. I mean i'm glad jamie raskin and adam schiff or on the committee because the rest of them. I can't think of anyone offhand that. I'm really impressed with but at least those two are there so know. At least they'll take care of business. You can be sure count on him. He's great all right. How we're out of time. This time flew by so until next week. I will talk to you then. Thanks thanks to help it up ghanistan. You're welcome owned by the way i just tweeted to you. I did indeed look it up while we were talking in case you're wondering and there are there's one. There's one van gogh exhibit already opened at the site of the old amoeba music. They're using that building would yes. So there's one they are now and then there's another one opening at the end of july so just like here where we have two different ones. There are going to be there. But i i tweeted you the link to a to an la magazine story about it so it's very cool. He's check it out tonight. I'm going to sherve. Zombie actor pass right by their. How fun we're having dinner. And you go in there on the way or i'll go in there on. You might not be able to. You might because you have to buy tickets in advance but check it out definitely find out about it and we're going saturday so i'll we'll talk about it next week. Okay thanks howie klein by next week. Okay bye all right. I promise you if you'd stay till the end. I had another song parody for you so i'll play this one. It is You know what. When i started to set it up before and i realize how late it was. The i'm having one of those days. I the setup. I was doing. Was you know all these people have been booted out of congress. Usually on the left right al franken's not there. He should be Who else you one little scandal on it for a democrat and they're out but republicans like matt gaetz are still walking around. So this is from Don karen and the parody project It's called the year. They got matt. So i'll leave you with this one today. It's a lovely song. You can even sing along. Although i don't think they print the lyrics on this one but you'll recognize the tune. I think The year they got matt takeaway don karen..
'The Tomorrow War' Asks Chris Pratt to Save the World
"Reviews and talk about the Tomorrow war on Amazon Prime right now. Humans come from the future to recruit fighters in a war 30 years from now, or face extinction. We are fighting a war 30 years in the future. It's a joke. How our enemy is not human. We need you to fight you got drafted and we'll be back. 11 months time all human beings in the future will be wiped from the face of the Earth was trying to save my daughter. Thank God and saved the world to save her. Then I'm gonna do it. This was one of those big budget blockbusters that was supposed to come to theaters and then got pivoted during the pandemic sold the Amazon. It stars Chris Pratt as this ex military guy who now teaches high school science. And he's kind of caught up into this recruitment or rather this draft from the future, and I'm very conflicted with this movie on one hand, once you get past the explanation and set up and you get to the action sequences The boots on the ground fighting the aliens. That stuff's not bad. I mean, it's a little bit derivative of movies like Starship Troopers and Edge of tomorrow very much so edge of tomorrow. But I mean, it works for what it is, and also reminds me a bit of like battle. Los Angeles If you remember that movie from what about 10 years ago? Where it was This very monochromatic. Attack in the city where the rebels all gray, and the creatures are all gray. The bad guys are all gray at everybody's wearing shades are great. He wears like Starship Troopers was a little more vibrantly colored and edge of tomorrow also had A better color palette, and that's I'm going into the weeds with my discussion of what makes a movie worth watching, but It's sort of a bland look to the movie my father a couple years ago, when I would was taking care of them. We watched a couple of these movies, We watch some of stranger things, and we watched A quiet place, and he was like, Well, all these aliens all look the same. Now the demag organs look like the aliens from a quiet place, and they look like the creatures in this movie, which looked like the creatures from other films. So there is a certain uniqueness of design. That is not there. These do look familiar. There's a certain familiarity to the design of the creatures, even though They are ultimately different. But when you get to the big budget scenes, the money shots, the action sequences, the explosions and the military fighting. That sounds pretty cool. I mean, it works for what it is for the spectacle. It's okay. It's not great, and it's not groundbreaking, but it certainly serves as an action movie. The
Biden Announces Tentative Infrastructure Compromise
"On a trillion dollar infrastructure package, which was a risky move because, like all hill compromises, it could easily fall apart. In fact, that was the first question from Reporter. Do you have sufficient democratic support both in the Senate and the House to move both on this bipartisan deal and on the reconciliation, the one party vote that the Democrats can do without any Republican votes to get more of the spending that the president wants. Biden was annoyed, he said. You always ask me these questions. Nobody knows for certain It's your job. But you know, it's not a reasonable question. Actually, it's a very reasonable question. Do you have the votes to make this happen? It was an echo, although much more good natured of what he did in Geneva when he challenged the reporter who Ask your confidence he could change Putin's behavior might also said he knows a lot more about how Congress works in any reporter there. The fact check on that one is true with your media minute. Howie Kurtz, Fox News.
Older Adult Independence with Carlos Montero-Luque, Co-Founder & CEO at Huginntech
"A little bit about hugging attack and how the business you're building is adding value to the consumer and the healthcare ecosystem. Yes so a little bit about the the name of the company. It's a cool back right. I love. I love your share it so it's back from hugging which is one of the ravens that brought news to about all the in biking salt and the idea was that you know we looking for ways in which remote us or remote members of family units and actually being involved with their loved lots regardless of additions time songs how our lives are salt with we built this a bathroom or howie and how he also has a discharge are we. I'm from that concept. The notion of an extended family in hawaii which is not just the blood relatives but also a community or acidic earth's and that involves carrying for each other and in this case the purposes mentioned the health and independence. Some older adults. Who are meeting along or stalls but But they have the unit of the community that would to be better part of of their lives so it might case for example. My parents live in staying in boston for new years. So three thousand miles away sister lived in brussels. Now's losing else again. fire way. My brother was the one who's also medical doctor. He was the one black sleep care their health and supported them more. Even though we are a very loving family we're very close together etc so as we saw at. We don't see that there's a real solution that helps families integrate collaborates in non effective ways of bryce care to be out of this chain of air any ball also healthcare system in other social services etc.
Missouri Police Arrest Naked Burglar Who Broke Into 3 Houses, Assaulted Homeowner
Biden Touts 300 Million Vaccinations in 150 Days
Gavin MacLeod, ‘Love Boat’ Captain, Dies at 90
"News televisions. Gavin Macleod, who was 90 died at home in Palm Desert, California, says Variety ABC NEWS Entertainment correspondent Bill Deal With a look back on Macleod's career, Gavin Macleod is best remembered for two television shows on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. He was Murray, the news writer. Just what you're gonna say I'm married. Tyler Moore Macleod went straight to it became Macleod signature role on Captain Stubing. While critics dismissed the love boat is shallow, Macleod once told me dine out with called mindless television. But a lot of people want mind with television. Gavin Macleod enjoyed his TV fame. No matter where I go, he said, to some people, I Murray, but it's mostly the captain. Bill Diehl. ABC
China's Mars Rover Is Now Driving on Red Planet
"China's first Mars Rover drove down from its landing platform today now roaming the surface of the Red Planet. China landed the spacecraft carrying the rover on Mars a week ago, a first for the country and only the second nation after the United States to successfully operate a rover on Mars for an extended
A Generation of Germans Give 'Final Account' of Living Through Nazi Germany
"Jump into the movie reviews and talk about final accounts. A documentary filmmaker spends a decade interviewing the surviving Germans who were involved in the Third Reich when they were younger. Focus Features and participant present on unprecedented documentary event For the first time on record, The Children of Nazi Germany give their final account in what may well be the last testimony. Of its kind. Now I'm gonna warn you. It's a documentary. So you know it's not an action movie, and it also is almost completely in German. Because It's a German guy interviewing Germans. So everybody speaks German. So yes, you're gonna have to read Subtitles Sorry, folks. But this is a fascinating movie because It interviews people who were Children when the Nazis essentially came to power. I mean, maybe they were teenagers. And here you've got to realize people in America. You have no idea of the difference between living as a teenager in America Now versus living as a teenager. In Germany Post World War One Things were very, very different. It was the old world, You know they didn't have any sort of TV or Internet, So I think the most Telling thing about this is it shows some footage from back then some film footage And now we've been so used to knowing that the Nazis were a horrible party and the symbols of the Nazis are extremely jarring to suddenly just see show up. That wasn't the case 100 years ago. You know, you started seeing the Nancy flag back then in Germany, and that was just another political party. It was not a symbol of horror. That it is today
States, Business Sort out What New CDC Mask Guidance Means
Pandemic-Hit Oyster Farmers Turn to Conservation to Survive
"Olds. When the pandemic hit, oyster farmers found, the restaurant says sold their bivalves had largely closed. Many face economic ruin until a conservation group along with two federal agencies offered to buy up millions of oysters in New England, the mid Atlantic and Washington state as part of a program to restore shellfish reach that 20 locations. The Nature Conservancy is spending $2 million over two years to buy more than five million oysters for restoration efforts. The oyster reefs provide critical habitat for fish and help protect shorelines from erosion. Oysters filter of pollutants in excess nutrients from
William Byron Takes Fourth at Martinsville
"William byron finished fourth at martinsville and short-track continues this weekend at richmond. We've had some really good short-track races but yeah then we've had some issues with breaks and and things mechanical things so trying to make sure that we make all that stuff last and and not make it to the end. The race is really important. You know so. I think that's a big emphasis for us. But some of that is how you're driving but also just technique and give making sure that i'm about. I'm taking care of my stuff throughout the early part of the race. Second something good at the end. So that's i think that's all it is just kind of what we've had good handling stuff. Then we've done well but you know you can't try to crutch it too much with with Breaks and stuff if you're not handling well. William byron is happy fans are slowly coming back to the race. Track all masked up. I mean i'll just roll with whatever. I am comfortable with. Howie approach it. I mean i feel. I feel fairly wold as is right now. I think you know the protocols and things are working well so Yeah i think it's going to be a grind full thing but you know i think you see it through all sports right now you know getting getting more and more fans round Whether you know having mass but but being able to have the browns. So that's kind of how i i'm good with it. People have masks on you know. It's it's working towards right direction
"Vaccine passports" spark debate and division
"Another debate brewing over the idea of vaccine passports. The Biden administration says it will not mandate them. Of corporations, though making their own rules, and now several Republican led states air pushing back. The backlash has been swift. Texas Governor Greg Abbott, issuing an executive order prohibiting government mandated passports, government Should not require any Texan to show proof of vaccination and reveal private health information just to go about their daily lives. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's going even further taking action to block businesses from requiring proof of vaccination. These moves will likely face legal challenges and make questions about whether governors could make these restrictions on private
Tiger Woods crash in Los Angeles area due to unsafe driving speed
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"howie" Discussed on WBSM 1420
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