35 Burst results for "J. J. Green"

Stanton HR, Triple Play Key Yankees' 8-4 Win Over Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 hrs ago

Stanton HR, Triple Play Key Yankees' 8-4 Win Over Blue Jays

"New York used a four run seventh inning for another come from behind win eight four over Toronto would soon feel Giancarlo Stanton's two run home run his thirteenth of the season put the Yankees ahead five four to raise up to one a one run lead Chris Gittens followed with a two run RBI to make it seven for manager Aaron Boone says it was another gut check win we had to come from behind a little bit a lot of people contributing guys coming off the bench in contributing it was exciting to to pull this out tonight getting dropped off the scoring with an RBI sacrifice fly in the ninth Chad green little pennies now wanted for Anthony Castro lost it he falls to wanting to join the debate

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The Obamacare Decision by SCOTUS Shows They Are Cowards

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 14 hrs ago

The Obamacare Decision by SCOTUS Shows They Are Cowards

"The obamacare decision by the Supreme Court today is expected. And I'll tell you why not, for reasons so called legal analysts have to say. Because once these unconstitutional laws take hold They're almost impossible to undo. So the Supreme Court by 5 to 4 with Justice Roberts, the chief justice, flipping Wasn't 12 years ago. Turning into a tax case. He wrote The, uh, really the the law into, uh And for two forever Ville. And so no challenge will ever upset it. And Justice. Alito's dissent was brilliant. Gorsuch joined with him. We got all this head counting going on on T V. You know what? But they don't get at any of the substance, of course. This was a tax case. That's what the Supreme Court turned it into. And then when the tax issue Was repealed on the individual mandate by Congress. Suddenly, it's not a tax case anymore. Suddenly it's a standing case. So the Supreme Court turned itself three times. Now on this law, Obamacare into a pretzel. And those lawyers who really are not constitutional lawyers, but maybe their former federal prosecutors or former defense lawyers. Maybe I don't know. Former bankruptcy laws or whatever this is how they use their green eyeshades. And so that's that's not what's going on here. These justices are demonstrating over and over and over again. What a bunch of cowards there. Comey Cavanaugh really, so far disasters. Hopefully, that will change over

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Masterful Pimento Cheese

FoodStuff

02:31 min | 1 d ago

Masterful Pimento Cheese

"Cheese is a type of sandwich spread that can include. It can include many things but but at its base. It's shredded cheese and chopped pimento peppers and some kind of creamy binder To to create a thick and slightly chunky. But yelich just spreadable consistency. So let's let's break that down The cheese is often a shredded short age semi hard tangy cheese like Often a blend of white and orange cheddars and or similar cheeses like colby or jack or even processed cheeses like velveeta the pimentos. These are usually jarred or canned sweet peppers. Which will have been up healed and cooked No seeds yep. Mentos are a type of sweet pepper. That turned just bright orangey red when they're ripe whereupon they are sweet and just a tiny bit tangy like like little to no bitterness vegetal flavors in there You can also use pickled peppers or a roast your own sweet peppers of whatever variety you choose a the binder is yes often mayo often dukes brand towards the east coast and blue plate brand a more towards like louisiana sometimes cream cheese may be involved as well and right. You generally wanna use enough to stick everything together but not enough to like make a sandwich kinda soggy or drippy right also. Most people will say that you don't wanna over mix the ingredients. It'll get kind of mushy. Which isn't the idea somehow trying to go through my rolodex of Experienced it can can vary pretty widely and speaking of to this base. Any number of seasonings may be added a salt and pepper onion powder or freshly grated onion or green onions or garlic to sheer sauce. Hot sauce apple cider vinegar lemon juice paprika cayenne pepper chili powder chili sauce like a saracho horseradish mustard. It can also feature kind of like guest star mixon's like jalapenos or fresh sweet pepper dill pickles. Bacon smoked gouda blue cheese. Parmesan toasted pecans chopped olives. I've seen one recipe call for per pseudo. Though right.

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Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning

Get Up!

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning

"Then is this competition over before it's even begun anyone make sense of what they said in chicago. We'll find out as we get up with you. Starting right now delighted. You're here on. Wednesday greenie grouchy on when our studios in the seaport of football conversation. Coming your way in colluding jam saturday ready to go today. Mike tannenbaum ready to go today. Louis riddick and dan orlovsky will join us. But there's only one place to begin on this morning. Spectacular night from kevin durant and the brooklyn nets game five against milwaukee. The story early chains guarding it out making the return from a hamstring. He would play most of the night he would struggle particularly first half gophers six from the poor with two turnovers presence. Team to lift is deep. He was out there doing good but the nets would struggled mightily in the first half down. Sixteen into the third week and kevin durant would say this is about to become line night here. We got durant in the lane. Plays it up in good news just getting started ensuing possession durant in transition. This was his running mate last night. Jeff green seven eight from three twenty seven points nets creeping back into it. They're down nine final minute of the third durant. Good the six point game into the fourth quarter under nine to play now with into the rain using the screen. My goodness that's their first lead since it was two nothing just over five minutes now. What a game nets lead by one the rain mid range over middleton yes. That's why three a buck twenty to go down by two janas goes to the line again down by two crowd smelling blood. I one no road. He'd make a second to one point game under a minute ago. Still one point track clock winding down. Here's the biggest moment of the night. They've got him trapped two seconds on the clock one second of knocked down. Kevin durant could not be stopped. That's up by four thirty seconds ago. Mets

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Durant's Sensational Performance Sends Nets to 3-2 Lead

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Durant's Sensational Performance Sends Nets to 3-2 Lead

"James harden was back in the next line up but it was Kevin Durant's triple double that led them to a one fourteen one await went over the box Duran carried the nets on his back delivering forty nine points seventeen rebounds and ten assists Jeff green also had a big night off the bench scoring twenty seven is Brooklyn took a three games to two lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals harden played all but two minutes providing five points eight rebounds and six assists in his first game since coming out of the series opener in the first minute yeah this intent to Kubo had thirty four points and twelve boards for the box to lead by sixteen at halftime before allowing seventy one points over the last two quarters I'm Dave Ferrie

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Photography and Travel with Tom Stoddart

Photography Daily

03:03 min | 2 d ago

Photography and Travel with Tom Stoddart

"I've started with all my conversations rather inevitably asking how the time has been for for you as the photographer how this has affected you pass with your photography not being able to travel so freely to make your work and you definitely be somebody else that question because you'll used to having a possible to your hand. Yeah i think. I'm i think you forget as a working photographer. Just how many miles you do. And how important traveling is Just becomes part of your life so you know sunny with me it. You have to make a decision or gone to engage with them. Covert and trying should stories and the like or going to take on an enforced break Try and do something else. phila- to fill in the time. So for me. It was enough to fifty years. It was a chance to stay at home. Spend some family time and then try and put a book together because these things are very time consuming the best of times During the pandemic it's a book together. An exhibition Was especially difficult. Avi made any personal projects about the pandemic solo or was this time to take stock and work on projects like this instead. I haven't done anything on the pandemic. I mean In the early days for documentary photographers. There was very little access now. The government the usual fear of For sphere of access Kick deyan and everyone was terrified of leading film crews and photographers in two areas. Send the end you kind of just think. Well there's no point in doing this Especially as there were some very good work being done in america where they Whether photographers have much more on this but looking ahead. I know it seems a little bit early to be entirely confident but there are some green shoots there are some noise is being made about you know from galleries reopening worldwide and shows and new opportunities. How do you feel personally about this time. Going forward and i say this you know with the sense of trepidation and touching would every single time. I'd an idea moderate. I think for the first time in my career i One of the things. I've been doing as has been mentoring. One person in particular earned an a couple of others and normally. When i've been you know when asked this question on a regular basis and it's always it's fine you've got to be optimistic. Photojournalism is alive and well and it's wonderful etcetera etcetera. But trying to help. These youngsters has really brought home to me about how difficult it is and how the industry such as it is has changed out of all recognition. we're definitely living in the instagram generation. Where these young kids are out there and they're putting the living their life online and putting the pictures out that all the time and some of the images of really really good but it always comes down to the bottom line. Well how do you make a living

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Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:23 min | 2 d ago

Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

"It's morning this is a son of la pass. Libya bolivia's unique. It has two capitals in la paz one of them. So it's a very busy city specially in the morning. Traffic lights are blinking red and green but a lot of drivers. Just ignore the lights. Et ignore the traffic signs. The intersections are packed. Meanwhile their mothers walking their kids to school lenders setting up tents along the curb and crowds of people under way to work for these pedestrians. The streets lupus are dangerous. But then in the chaos. There's zebra zebras holding up a bring paddle sign and one side of the paddle. At says body stopped in spanish and on the other side it says gaseous dink you disea- bre walks up to woman waiting to cross the street and tucks her paddle between their arm. Suddenly cars all stop disease protects. The woman's hand in safely guides across the street in la. Paz this is bruce job.

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Vlad Jr Homers to Tie It, Red Sox Top Blue Jays in 9th, 2-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Vlad Jr Homers to Tie It, Red Sox Top Blue Jays in 9th, 2-1

"Rafael Devers land a line drive off the green monster in the bottom of the ninth giving the red Sox a two one win over the blue jays Devers went deep happening after Vladimir Guerrero homered to tie it it was Guerrero's major league leading twenty second home run of the season and his fourth in as many games he continues to amaze manager Charlie mon Toyo you don't teach that you know A. S. A. you closer and uses of all five hundred miles you know on a breaking point she it's been fun to watch the walk off win came after the Bluejays belted thirteen home runs in back to back wins over the red Sox Boston starter Nathan Eovaldi took a one hitter into the seventh Matt Barnes got the win despite blowing the save Rockfield always took the loss I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bongino on the Reality of Our Flag and Thanking God

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 3 d ago

Bongino on the Reality of Our Flag and Thanking God

"So when I joined the Secret service, one of my first assignments my an agent, friend of mine mint. This is called Mike. He got sick. I've been out of training for. I don't even know a month. Not much. I mean, I was about as green as you could possibly get And I'm in the Melville Office of the Secret Service in Long Island. And boss comes in. And he says, Listen, you were an alternate on it on a trip. I'm like a trip. You know where trip to the city. I was along God, He's like no foreign trip to Russia and this guy Mike got sick. So you know you're going, Mikey B. We'll call him, he says you're up. You want to go and I was like Russia. I'm telling you, like New Jersey is, the father said, I think I've ever been outside of training. The first time you travel overseas to a country that's not necessarily a friendly and I think we flew a C five a over there, and there's these massive cargo doors and lower. I'm telling you, I want to be dramatic, but it was like something out of a movie. The cargo doors are dropping or because we fly with all the president's cars and everything you know it's a free ride. Just jump on the plane. It's going down at lands and, you know, the guy comes on board the lead advance agent He's like, you know, Welcome to Russia was seriously was out of salt Look like something out of the movies or I'm a young kid, you know, in my twenties. You know, being overseas where the rules don't matter like they do here. There's no real rule of law in Russia. Whatever works for Vladimir Putin works me. Wasn't Putin back then? But you get the point. When you fly back to the United States, you land and J B a joint base. Andrews used to be Andrews Air Force Base. And you see that flag man? Stars and Stripes. Uh, there ain't nothing like it. Goose bumps, It was the first time and you know every foreign trip I took after that we got back safe and there were no problems and you see those flags Erin Andrews. We thank God.

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The Business of Predictive Real-Time Fantasy Esports with Nick Bucheleres, CEO Grin Gaming

Esports Network Podcast

01:53 min | 3 d ago

The Business of Predictive Real-Time Fantasy Esports with Nick Bucheleres, CEO Grin Gaming

"What experience has led you to start grin gaming, when it launched? It was last year, I believe, you know, you know, you leave it behind him. You leave it. You leave your previous position behind you. Start green gaming, what led you to that, conclusion, to start that up? Well, you know, as you said, I used to work at the Chicago Board of Trade, doing a high frequency and computerized trading. You know, I'm a Trader at heart. I will bet on anything and everything and turn every ping pong game took into a into a competition. And so you know, whenever I'm watching sports games or TV shows or Esports tournaments and constantly asking myself off to happen next, I bet they'll get that killer, I bet you know, Steph Curry easier to make that three. I bet you Clippers are going to win the tip-off and, you know, I figured I wasn't alone. And so really in many ways, I created this platform for myself, for my friends, right? As a way to put our money, where our mouth is at every beat of the song. Action. And so I'd grin gaming, we allow users and viewers to predict every play. Literally, so every 10-20 seconds, you get a new question that's perfect to the next outcome and you're able to to to just predict how the game will unfold. You're not predicting the outcome per se, but you're predicting performance of players teams. Offenses defense has different plays or game setups. So yeah, in many ways it was just a a way to satisfy my own, you know, thinking during Live

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Thomas Markle Suggests Oprah Is ‘Playing’ Meghan and Harry in Latest Interview

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 4 d ago

Thomas Markle Suggests Oprah Is ‘Playing’ Meghan and Harry in Latest Interview

"Let's let's cleanse our palate with a little bit of meghan markle's dad. Tmz reports at thomas markle says he and prince charles have one thing in common. They both been ghosted by. Meghan harry and He's not a fan of oprah and he kinda like kinda calls harry a cock in his own way. Here's a clip from his recent sixty minutes australia interview. I think oprah. Winfrey is playing harry and meghan to go. She's using them to build her network and build. A new show. Needs all the help. i think she's taking advantage of very weakened man and getting him to say things that you just shouldn't be saying on television. So you think are saying i guess the frailties of harry and meghan it and decided to cash in on that i think so. Now she'll she'll disagree of course and she might even assuming i don't care but the bottom line is it seems to me. She's working harry. Is there really bad green green. Maybe with australia sixty minutes australia. Max padded we have harry with with the oprah that old clip calling. Everyone a racist. Remember what he worked to halloween that year. Oh what s uniform. I'm glad that everyone's done something. So this is from Heyman oprah couple of weeks ago apple. tv show together. The feeling of being trapped within the family is. There was no option to leave eventually. When i made that decision for my family i restored. You can't do this as well. How 'bout is after. Get until i am able to do this. She was going to end their life. Should have to get to that.

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Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four

"We turn our attention to another consensus top five. Pick former or five star prospect. Jalen green he was actually ranked second in the class of two thousand twenty. Twenty two twenty four seven sports. He's a six foot six hundred seventy eight pound nineteen year old guard from california who skipped college to play for the g. league night price of five hundred thousand dollars. He averaged seventeen point. Nine point four point one rebounds and two point eight assists in thirty two minutes per game shop forty six point one percent from field on thirteen point six tips per game. He shot thirty six point. Five percent from three on five point seven tenths per game. He was the team's leading score in best three point shooter. I've seen him as high as third in some drafts. I haven't gone forth behind k. cunningham. Jalen son evan. What more can you tell us well. Yeah he's shot. Fifty five percent from two thirty six point. Thirty six percent from three point range and sixteen games at that g. league ignite level. He does have you know yes. What more can i tell you for. Most people listening there is the allure somewhat of the unknown here. I mean only the diehard diehard nba draft have been keeping consistent tabs on jalen green whereas if he had gone to college he would quite clearly be known commodity. He would most certainly play for bruce. Pearl at auburn. Had onto college. And that would. Certainly things would have gone different. I think for the tigers last season if that had been the case green himself by the way tweeted back in may he tweeted and then subsequently deleted. Because this isn't exactly the greatest endorsement for the daily. He said i know for a fact. If i would have gone to college it would have been a different talk about. Who's going number one. He might well be right. But that's the that's the that's the status of the g. league ignite program at this point and that's to be expected by the way. But hey listen you're not gonna go number one because you didn't go to college but he got paid five hundred thousand dollars and you're going to go second third or fourth and i think that's a trade off the quite clearly jalen is comfortable with

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Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox

"Tasker Hernandez belted a pair of three run homers over the green monster to the blue jays eight home runs in eighteen to four router the red Sox more games like the one that has today with six RBIs because that they don't want to pitch to bloody because it is more than on fire right now and I think they'd rather pay stormy flooding here Guerrero junior Bo Bichette orders Gurriel junior Cavan Biggio ready tell as a Marcus Semien also went deep a day after Toronto homered five times at Fenway Simeon ran his road hitting streak to twenty six games they should have four of Toronto's season high eighteen heads and Guerrero Hernandez and Gurriel each had three center Bogart's Bobby Dalbec homered for Boston I'm Dave very

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That Time I Realized My Boob Was Out

Does This Happen to You

02:12 min | 4 d ago

That Time I Realized My Boob Was Out

"That time i realized my boob was out. Let's just say it was awkward for everyone involved. There are specific moments in life. That will regrettably stay with a person forever. Whether or not you'd like to believe that these moments shape you somehow into the person you are meant to be is still up for debate. All i know is that one one finds their boob out in front of a total stranger. They must make the most of the situation. I was frantically cleaning my house back in a time when i still needed to clean my house because i was still allowed to have guests come over for visits. It was a smoldering hot summer day in central alberta which made my house temperature close to thirty above as i did not have an air conditioner at the time full disclosure. I blame this entire event on the fact that he didn't have a c. And now make sure. There is a unit in every home in which i live so as not to flash any more random people accidentally i put on my loose fitting green strapless dress as it was the coolest article of clothing. I had in my closet when i clean. I don't stop for anything. This is likely because. I hate cleaning and just want to get it over with. I removed the junk placed three loads of laundry on the line and started wiping down the windows and mir's with windex. Then the doorbell rang. I debated answering it but had the thought that it may be something important like that one time. I was writing in my home office. And unbeknownst to me my toddler son had called nine. One one and a cop showed up at my door. Explaining there was a strange call to nine one one from our household lars was hiding in his room at the time with our cordless phone knowing all too well that he had done something very bad

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Verdugo, Red Sox Rally From 4 Down, Top Blue Jays 6-5 in 9th

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Verdugo, Red Sox Rally From 4 Down, Top Blue Jays 6-5 in 9th

"The red Sox right data five one deficit and beat the Bluejays six five on Alex Verdugo RBI single off the green monster in the bottom of the ninth it was Verdugo third hit of the night and completed Boston's twenty third comeback win of the season the red Sox scored three in the bottom half of the sixteen tied it on Christian Arroyo's towering solo Homer Angeline's downstream in the eighth for Dugas game winning hit came after the jays left the bases loaded in the top of the ninth planet mayor Guerrero junior had three of Toronto's sixteen hits including his major league leading nineteenth home run I'm Dave very

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No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:44 min | Last week

No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

"During the pandemic open outdoor spaces like parks became even more essential on top of being the usual place for quiet. Walk to commune with nature. People were spending a lot more time outdoors and those who live near green spaces especially in urban areas appreciated them even more like the park surrounding the jamaica plain section of boston. We have probably more greenspace than any other neighborhood in boston. This is dr martha karsh share. She's a retired family medicine specialist. Who's lived in this jamaica. Plain neighborhood for more than three decades. We've got to make a pond. We've got the arboretum. We boarder franklin hark on. We have a wonderful forest hill cemetery which is beautiful It's a nice place to live. If you don't have a lot of disposable income you live in a three decker or one of those little tiny row houses the greenspace makes for an idyllic urban rest spent right car share says. Franklin park has become anything but sitting at boston. Leaders are looking for peace in franklin park new tonight. Take a look at this video near franklin park. It is a wild scenes like this that have people living in that area raising concerns about safety. There's been groups of up to a hundred dirt bikes motorbikes. Atv's motorized trikes. They care around inside the park and the noise is terrible.

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Tamika Mallory Loves Black People

Toure Show

02:14 min | Last week

Tamika Mallory Loves Black People

"Congrats on the book. Thank you sir very excited. How is your spirit because you know every time somebody is dead and the family is grieving and you are there supporting them and lifting them up and trying to hold folks accountable and i wonder just how does this land on your spirit that you're always there like lifting folks up when they're in their lowest moment. I have my moments and have families. That i'm really close to and i think it gets harder at like when we're in the midst of the fight it. I can deal with it because i'm used to that but it gets harder when they're struggling after people are gone after the cameras are gone. It's just like any other grieving process. You know it does get a little difficult and Anna wanted things i stopped doing is watching videos as sap that don't watch videos. I have not watched full video of ronald green. If i see an image go away from it quickly. I only watched george floyd video because of the trial you know. At that point it was like the trial. You couldn't miss all the little pieces. But i never sat down to watch full video that so why because i struggle with watching new ones i try to avoid it unless like the world is like yo you gotta see this one and i feel guilty for not watching. But you're you're you why why you make a choice. It's a super duper preventative. Like i just can't. I mean i was waking up at night holding onto images and sounds and other. Things wasn't good for me and i think you know you don't know but you know i had a whole struggle with pain pills in had to go to rehab and all of that and it happened as a result of like five different traumatic things happening all at the same time. The women's large you know struggles with all the folks that i work with just my own issues so much happening and the next thing not with addicted

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What Africa Can Teach the World About Green Beauty

Green Beauty Conversations

01:22 min | Last week

What Africa Can Teach the World About Green Beauty

"Do you think is the consumer advocate for green beauty across africa the moment from your viewpoint in bt fast africa ill it is going in his rome and because of the spatial of information you know that africa has access to ish. Motion of the internet heat will want to new. People are asking questions asking deeper questions. They asking mock questions. It's not enough for you. Tell them you know you have a skin in. They want to know what they want to know where you know. They're concerned now also about the environment before the environment. They're concerned about your health. And we see how things that we ingest whether orally or our are skinned the largest organized gala. We know it has a huge impact on our the way we live and quality of life that we have these things are intertwined and meek peacful you ask geese festivals people asking questions before want to do attack you know people want to be bits and i can see that it is major knee from the issues. We've been having with the environment and you know how literally information is at everyone's fingertips so they're not taking you know how big for you anymore.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

02:46 min | Last month

"j. green" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

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"j.  green" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

02:57 min | Last month

"j. green" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"I break down physically. Break you down mentally and then built back up into a soldier the first because when you see all this stuff on tv shows about Boot camp and whatnot even if you look at Full metal jacket. You know the first week of drill sergeants interface. Yelling at him getting after them telling them what to do how to behave Increasing their stress with Waking up early going to sleep. Play working out when we get in trouble. You've got to work out and it's a two fold thing because breaking the breaking you down mentally also breaking you down physically and making you build your body. Builds up muscle and be more. Efficient person has built up mentally. They're building up to have a mental toughness at the same time. They're also training you to work as a team as a unit. There's a lot of times that we would get would do exercises kind of individually there was there was One place they call the pit. It's basically a swampy muddy mulch pit. That's about as big as football field and they'd have us lineup on one side of the field and we'd low crawl from one end to the other or one side to the other and back and forth and then kind of a little bit of the football stuff of like Standing in place that it was a called match yuqing but like high stepping in place and then dropping down push-ups and then rolling over doing sit ups just basically working out in the pit getting completely dirty toward the end of it once. Your arms are just tired. Your abs are on fire and your legs can't move and they have low crawl some more and you're crawling on your elbows pulling yourself along and you're not really making much progress because it's muddy mulch. So you're Straighten your elbow scraping your hands at the same time years kind of digging yourself down versus moving forward but over time you kind of figure out how to move forward in that sludgy. Quick sandy mess anyone else's a kid ever have to worry or have a fear of quicksand as a kid. I remember as a kid watching. Tv shows in the seventies and eighties always seem like quicksand was going to just get everyone everywhere. You stand in a step in a random question trap and boom. You're gonna die you're gonna soak in if you move fast you're gonna drown faster car remembering worried. Quicksand just being in random places about any case back to the army quicksand so in the mulch pit the pit technically individual thing. Because they kept telling us. Okay everybody move. You know where you know someone. So was the last one across. Now we're going to do this all over again of course as we someone this last Or you you know. He countdown If we took us thirty seconds to get across we'll probably take a minute but getting across from side to side He countdown give us ten seconds to get across and We were going to get outta here but nobody finished in time. So we're gonna do this all over again and it was that kind of you know fucking with you type stuff at.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

07:11 min | 3 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

"Or gpu hours for infants. For example. I think that a lot of our focus has been on the research community so you asked a question about like our companies motivated to keep their pretrained models proprietary. While that's true to some extent my guesses the it's hard to know it's hard for me to know if a company has done that. It's definitely possible. It's almost surely happened that some company has spent a lot of money training model and then hasn't released it because it's part of their business at the same time what we do know about is the research community and this has grown exponentially like not just. The size of our experiments has grown dramatically in recent years. The the number of people in our field and also the number of papers that are written and the size of our conferences. So across you know we are already seeing such a tremendous growth there. I think it's very worth it to focus on helping. Save computational costs across inference training. What have you yeah. Yeah i guess i think i'm the only person the co working at a for profit commercial entity and certainly there are times when we aren't releasing that you know the way you would in the research community so maybe i'm kind of curious you know. Would it makes sense for us to yet. Still have a group of of people working in the organization that wanted to do the right thing always you know. So they're you know they're they're no different in that way. So maybe still having internal targets for efficiency. Kind of like what you talked about earlier on in those internal metrics that even if you aren't publishing a publishing them for competitive reasons or whatever it may be that you're you have a set of metrics that you're trying to to achieve and that might be. That might be something they could spread through the commercial space. Even they're not willing to to do a full release. Is that sound like a reasonable plan. You know for those of us who who do want to strive toward that but maybe don't have the freedom to just release. Yeah definitely i mean. People have reached out to us from a for for profit companies in with similar stories to what you were telling and they wanted you know the work in a for profit company so the limited in what they can do but they wanna promote his day. They sympathize with the motivation. And they wanna do the right team within the scope of their You know what they can do inside a company within commercial constraints. Yeah exactly yeah. I get it so yeah i mean you know as said most. We're researchers were not part of any companies different. I guess with its own set of norms and rules and we mostly communicate with the research community. But so i mean there's there's stuff to be done everywhere to know thinking about and thinking about efficiency you don't have to persuade anybody that's You know if if all things being equal if you're tool runs twice as fast or it takes to half the amount of memory than everybody wins gray point. It's harder when you say okay. I want to give up a fraction of one percent ten percent and and get it to run twice as fast. And they're you know it's it's hard to goes into questions of politics and regulations and then what do these companies. What is the price of for them to have the expensive models running again more in environmental side because this is doesn't relate to research community because it's not open anyway. I think another thing to build on that one thing that we're hoping with our for example. The track that we have at these upcoming conferences in the conferences. That have happened is a place where you can look for research that does directly aim to improve efficiency metrics so as i mentioned earlier distillation is one approach. That's pretty popular about taking a large model and making it smaller and more efficient. There are a ton of ways to do this so model compression using the lottery ticket hypothesis. Or roy and i had a model compression paper. There's a lot of ways that people are taking existing work and making it more efficient and with track at these conferences or just in general. You know promoting these ideas. Hopefully one thing that you can take away from. This is a snapshot of ways that you can improve efficiency that have a good track record in the research community. Awesome as we kind of close out here. I'm curious since you both have like a very close pulse on the research community in particularly your own areas of research but also sort of more generally. I'm curious if we were to imagine in the future and there's a world where like green is the thing that that everyone's doing so some of the we've reached some of those goals. What else in the I research world or maybe like things ways in which people are applying. Ai what gets you excited As as you look to the future of the industry. That's a great question. You know why the something that keeps me busy thinking most. I mean you know thinking about the horizon of the where where i to take my work with alexa being ten twenty thirty years so i am excited about if you things one i think i started with and do you know taking these these amazing technology to does things that are far beyond our reach and and we seriously i mean someone who's been around you know not not a ton of time but i mean even five seven years back nobody would even imagine it would be anywhere close to solving the tasks recurrently solving ever successfully and the questions that remain open our. How're you doing this. Are we doing this. Because models are very good at memorizing and they're just learning everything and kind of a very good retrieving information that they've learned are really doing Some sort of an inference in did require some logic or some and you know. I don't wanna use worth thinking but you know something that requires some processing that requires things that we as humans do and could we generate models that explain why they reached a certain conclusion rather than others. Could we trust them. We obviously can do whatever we can generate an explanation but is distinct explanation faithful and another thing. That sinoe gets me. Excited is to use technology for all the good things that it can do. An particularly thinking about Doctors is nowadays the nowadays. That's how can we take things off their plate. Allow them to do more of what they're no. There's tons of applications of Starting from doing better analysis of x rays for radiologists and to you know to transcribe beijing summaries more efficient ways and to be able to extract information from that there are tons of applications This technology can be used to make things better for lots of people. So that's Things that i'm excited about awesome. Yeah too. I know. Chris and i both resonate with those points..

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"j.  green" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

"He did the explanations are often also not. I mean they might be post rationale of things that any target even for us to say what why we're doing certain things and we're no conscious creatures so machines it's much harder to get this but We're trying. I appreciate that as we were talking. I'm looking at your green. Ai article here again. And i'm just kind of curious. What was your motivation for. Putting the sow. Probably i should ask as part of that is green. Ai initially and how did you decide that this was the thing that you needed to get out there to the world and because it's is a topic that often gets left out of ethics and such having worked in that field for a while we go back to that a little bit. I'm curious what your motivation was. The yes so. I think part of it was conversations that roy and i had again. This was back in two thousand nine. Nineteen when we were both at the allen institute for ai and we noticed that there was this increasing. Trend of larger and larger computational budgets used for some of the research papers that were published in an lp. We looked around and found not only. Did we notice this. But there were a couple other pieces of work that had also noticed this trend so back when i started my phd. Back in two thousand thirteen. I could run. My experiments often on a used laptop that i had purchased off amazon and it was kinda slow but i would we know could run most of my a train models in a few minutes or an hour maybe and it worked and that was okay and then we noticed you know in two thousand nine hundred and we were like well. A lot of these models don't even fit on a single. Gpu and we have to lake. Rent like cloud instances to be able to actually use some of these models plus in some cases papers would do for example a tremendous amount of hyper limiter optimization or they would train on a huge amount of data well beyond what we could do even at a good institution like like the university of washington or they i two and one interesting thing and this has really been followed up by some concrete. Research is that we do find significant improvements in performance across a lot of tasks just by scaling up these models so language modeling for example has been a pretty foundational task in and what we found. Is that training models to do well at this task of language modeling if you train a large enough model on enough language data than that bottle can do some other tasks that were interested in as well so it somehow learns some kind of representation of language that's across a wide variety of tasks but to get there. We saw august huge computational budgets used for a number of of these papers and interestingly i mean we wrote this awhile ago but the trend has not slowed down. So this is something. Like roy are still working on similar motivated pieces about how this is really driving a lot of research in our field like these these massive scaling laws for example are pushing state of the art and also getting a lot of attention and having our field as interesting. You can view our field that lens and see some interesting results. Yeah so i'm curious. I have my own thoughts about how i might answer this question. But i also haven't done the amount of thinking bit the both of you have so i don't know maybe roy if you want to comment on this or or kick it back to jesse so that trend has been continuing and like we're seeing those sort of improved results in some areas along that trend like in language modeling. So is that a problem or like what. Sorts of problems or red flags does that. Bring up i guess. Yeah i mean. I think they're it. It's interesting because green complementary motivations for tackling this problem. So when i started thinking about these things i mean i was having discussions with jesse about this but i. I'm a person that cares about the environment than they tried to make personal choices that i i ride my bike to work because it's healthy also because it allows me to drive my car and i tried to turn the light off when i leave the room. You know. do these things things that don't don't matter much global scale but i make my personal choices and then i go to my office and i. I don't know if you've ever seen a gpu but this is a very loud machine. Very machinists emits a lot of heat. Pots yeah yeah. kind of. we're running stuff you know like okay. Let's just push a button and suddenly five degrees or ten degrees up in your room. Maybe but not in your hopefully and kind of has been something. I've been thinking about quite a bit. I mean what's the total impact of or field and Jesse i've been talking about this. And then thinking mid twenty nineteen or early mid two thousand nineteen at paper came out from university of massachusetts led by struble and her colleagues tried to quantify the impact of large-scale in the experiments and she came to the she and her colleagues came to the conclusions. that's one of the most expensive experiments run. The trainer model in a process called in rural architecture. Search which basically means. We're going to train a bunch of models and select the best one. But when i say. I'm talking about the thousands or tens of thousands of experiments and she computed using some roughest animations To to to be said at the amount of co two emitted by these processes equivalent to the amount of the life term Omission of five cards or several flights. Or i don't i don't remember the full got something that think i remember this coming. I was also shocked. Yeah i actually talked about this in an episode way back when that came out. I remember us just commenting on it. Yeah everybody was talking about it and really hit me in a place that i i was thinking about what was really happy to satisfy needed. The my intuition were writing some sense. I was kind of hoping that maybe you know it's not that bad. And then just we're having discussions along with other people at a two and kind of we were saying that this is something we need to do something or to make the community more aware of it and we were thinking about a two is an institution that our goal is. I mean i'm no longer working there but at the time it was working there at to do for common good and this feels like in a natural fit for the goals of their recommendations and we got Ordinance yoneda ceo and nor smith. Who was my manager in jesse's adviser at the time on boards in Who just hoping to get people thinking about this. No not thinking about this. In terms of finding more accurate ways to quantify how much energy and is omitted in. How much are the cost of these experiments and trying to encourage the community to work more efficient solutions that would allow.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

07:32 min | 3 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science?

"Welcome to another episode of practical. This is daniel white neck. I am a data scientist at sil. international. And i'm joined as always by my co host kris benson who is a principal emerging technology. Strategist at lockheed martin. Chris i am doing very well. How's it going. Daniel go on grade. It's warmer now in the us. A lot of people are in some some issues particularly down in in texas and other other areas so this is for those listening. Later in the podcast. This is february. Twenty twenty one a lot of Snow and cold weather in the us skier so a couple of people in our team at work are in texas. And we've been getting all the all the stories when they're able to connect and stuff. So i think i think they're getting through it. Finally thank goodness. It was pretty pretty horrible. But in the meantime i'm enjoying my seventy something seventy whether outside spring lake. And i'm kind of sticking my tongue out on them on zoom meetings. It's always interesting during these particular types of events because you kind of just assume that people have all this like redundant fault tolerant Like infrastructure growing on for like their api's and other things and these sorts of events really revealed that it's not the case like i know one of the api's we we frequently use like on a on prem server in dallas and they did not have power. You know you learn new and interesting things like that you know what after the past year. There's nothing that surprises me anymore. Global all sorts of strife. yeah nothing nothing fazes me now. Yeah i'm glad to hear you. You've built a lot of robustness into your personal life. There chris crisco. I laugh a lot snicker a lot. That's how i cope. Yeah well a few months ago. Actually i think it was one of the researchers. Sil that i work with jerry. Simon's he's been a linguist and programmer. Computational linguist translator type researcher for decades and He sent me this link in our skype communications that. Hey this is a really cool article you should think about having this on your podcast. And there's an article called Green ai from communications of the acm. And i'm really happy today. Because we get to make materialize. What what gary saw. And what are you recommended to me. And we've got Roy shorts and Jesse dodge with us Roy is a senior lecturer at hebrew university of jerusalem. And jesse dodge is a post doc at the allen institute for a and they were both authors on at article. Welcome guys thanks for having us inc you. If both of you could just give us a little bit of a background about yourselves That'd be great. Why don't we start with jesse sheriff. So i finished my phd from carnegie mellon in the technologies institute last year in twenty twenty in the pandemic. Although i spent most of my phd at the university of washington in seattle and part of that time spent working at the allen institute for ai. Where after i graduated now. I'm back as a post. Doc fulltime so we wrote this article i think back in. We were thinking about this for quite a while and then wrote this back in twenty nine thousand nine hundred and really got it out in two thousand twenty so yeah now here even though The offices are closed. I'm still here in seattle. And i am on the allen and eighteen once again. What are you specifically working on. So my research sorta falls under two broad umbrellas. The first is related to efficiency similar to this green. Ai idea that we'll get into. I work on making models more efficient along the number of dimensions that they have in terms of the complexity in terms of inference generally related to any way that you can measure. Like the total computational cost of getting some kind of experimental result and then the second pillar of my research relates to reproducibility where i created the natural language processing reproducibility checklist that was used at. I think four major nlp conferences now. and i've published some work on how we can make the science of machine learning natural language processing more reproducible. Yeah that's awesome. Well you're working on two things that are just like desperately needed In terms of of of focus. Oh yeah i commend you. In terms of that yeah. It's really great great to hear roy. What about yourself. Tied schwartz senior lecturer which is an equivalent to assistant professor at the hebrew university of jerusalem. I'm currently in jerusalem. Join the hebrew university last summer. And before that i spent four years in seattle where i got to meet jesse. Fortunately and i was post doc and then research scientist at the university of washington daily suit and these were four wonderful years but now i'm back home similar to jesse to some extent i also came from the university where i did my phd and so And took a break came back. My research also spends two three dimensions. One of them is similar to jesse efficiency and trying to think about ways to reduce the cost of a and in particular and the other is trying to get better understanding of this technology now that we have models that are becoming so big and so good at what you're doing but at the same time It's very hard to know wider doing certain things. Why think something's work in some. Don't why models resurgent decisions. I'm particularly interested in the role of data in all of this. How two datasets look. what do they contain. What kind of phenomena are encoded in them. And i'd like to make connections between all of these goals during understanding and between understanding our dateline between making things more efficient and these are of the things that i'm most excited about awesome before we move on. What is your general impression about sort of progress in this process of trying to make our models more interpret and understand more about them. Obviously you're doing working in the fields so hopefully like you see progress in that but as an industry as a whole where do you think we are on. That journey who. That's a great question so as you said on on one then we're making tons of progress. I mean lots of very smart people are working towards developing method to pro befuddles to kind of kind of poke them and ask them. Do you know syntax. Do you know where knowledge know this that we're developing methods at are more and more sophisticated to get this information at the same time. The core questions. That i think will make a eugene packed if we're able to sell them and i'm not sure if these questions are even solvable to some extent i'm happy to talk about even though it's not the topic of today's talk is how do we get metal models to explain what they're doing to explain in a reliable way. I mean. just say one thing. I mean when you ask person why do they do something like that..

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"j.  green" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"His green sleep habit forming or can I build up a tolerance? J. The science is very, very clear. Melatonin is not habit forming, and people do not build up a tolerance, so that's really good news. And one last one. Are these pills easy to swallow? A lot of our customers hate taking giant No one's gonna have trouble swallowing these. This is one simple pill. It's small, it's easy to swallow. Okay, Well, guys, we're almost out of time. We've got a minute or two to recap. Jan. Why don't I kick it off to you for people tuning in late? What is green sleep? Why is it such a breakthrough? Why should people really consider adding it to their routine Every single night? J. Green sleep is a revolution and a breakthrough in the field of sleep, supplementation. Why? Because all other melatonin is made in the laboratory it synthetically made and they do use harsh chemicals. Ender Green Sleep green Sleep is purity is plant based, naturally sourced melatonin. We love that it comes from plants and it makes a huge difference in helping you sleep And what we want to ask you is why wouldn't you want us fall asleep a little faster, Sleep a little deeper and wake up refreshed and get all the benefits. The merry ad. Of benefits of melatonin. You find out what it will be for you. Will it be falling asleep? Faster. Will it be healthier brain function? Will it be healthier cardiovascular function? The list goes on and on. But for just 9 95 you have the 30 day supply. You get to put it to the test and you get to see what a difference this can make in your life. All right. The clock scotus I got to give out the 800 number. Great Show is always guys. Oh, thanks for having me J. Pleasure to be here. Thanks. Folks, there are thousands of sleep supplements on the market. There are hundreds,.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm doing some prep work for the show and sit in my office earlier this morning, I go to ESPN dot com Football Page and I see a list You know I love list and it's ah destinations for free agent wide receivers this off season. So I'm scrolling down the list and I see a J. Green's name and I stop, but I look at it says AJ Green projected one year, four million from the Kansas City Chiefs. And I kind of sat back in my chair. My office and I looked at it for a second. And I looked at a little bit longer, and I said Well, this is not the Steelers or the Browns or the Ravens. And then I thought Is everybody ready to do this? Is everybody ready to move on? Because they're my next thought was. Can you imagine if a J green At age 33 B 33 in July goes to Kansas City. Is healthy. Replaces Sammy Watkins, who it looks like Kansas. He is going to move on from after his contract expires and AJ Green. At the end of his career gets the Chase. Ring. Any chases a ring. That he never got to chase with the Bangles. And I imagine what it would would be like week in and week out watching a J. Green. Run past patterns in a Kansas City chiefs. Uniformed catch passes from Patrick Mahomes. And it caused me to stop and wonder if you in fact are ready and okay with doing this This is a Franchise legend. Are you ready to Close the door on him to part ways to wish him the best and not second guess if healthy and productive in Kansas City I can't believe we let him get away. Should have finished. His career here. Should have never laughed. Should have always been a bangle should have been there to help T hig and then Tyler board and they end Joe Burrow. I made peace with it. A. J. Green had 47 catches last year. There were moments in the season where you wondered if he had another game left in him. There were moments where he forgot he was even on the team. There were moments we were reading his lips on the sidelines, wondering what he said. I think there were three games this year, there were six games off three receiving yards or fewer this year. I mean thinking, Think about that. For a second. It zero catches in his final game is How sad is that? His final game is a Bengal They threw to him six times. He did not have a single catch. For everything he has meant for everything that he has represented for all the numbers he's put up. Are you really going to be okay with AJ Green, leaving and going someplace else, and potentially playing well or potentially showing that he's has, in fact, lost it? Is it's going to be. We're looking at him in a different uniforms. I'm okay with that. I have no issue with a parting the ways shake hands wish each other, the best go forward and prosper AJ Green. Missed the second half of the season. 2018 missed the entire 2019 and was barely a blip. ER, a factor in 2020. Maybe he dips himself into the fountain of Youth in the offseason rediscovered. Maybe there's a new fire that's lit inside of a J green with somebody like the Kansas City, Kansas City Chiefs. ESPN had one year $4 million. You could argue Well for four million. Would AJ stay here? I can't imagine he would Can you imagine him taking four million to chase a ring? Yeah. I could now be made 18 million this year. But where this team is it's got Tyler Boyd. It's got tea. Higgins. It's going to move on from John Ross. It's got Auden Tate. Whatever amount of money I mean, Think of what you could do with A J is 18 million from last year. Speaking of reallocating, Think of all the would mean to be able to reallocate his funds for Offensive line help. Pass rusher. Another wide receiver. Another.

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"j.  green" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on WTOP

"Security Department warns that extremists are still angry about the election and may launch violent attacks in the next few months. Let's get details with w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green the bulletin from DHS, says EXTREMIST maybe emboldened by the January 6th riot at the Capitol. To target elected officials and government facilities. They say they're concerned that homegrown violent extremist inspired by foreign terrorist groups who committed three attacks targeting government officials in 2020 remain a threat. Threats of violence against critical infrastructure, including electric, telecommunications and health care sectors increased last year. With violent extremists, citing misinformation and conspiracy theories as reasons for their actions. JJ Green w T o P News familiar faces coming back to temporarily lead the Fairfax County Police Department Former chief David Rohrer takes over next week as the county searches to replace Ed Rosler, who wraps up his tenure on Friday. Hustler, though, has concerns about the future Even though he's leaving the job. He's worried about the county, helping federal law enforcement after those missteps leading to the capital riot, and he spoke to double peacemaking clarity about it. I did have concern about Participating in the streets of D C for the inauguration that started with a request in August to plan for the inauguration, Fairfax County Police chief Edwin Rossler says even before the request from mutual aid came in on January, 6th, two assisted the capital. He made the decision not to take part in the inauguration security based upon other events that have transpired the months Before I still have concerned as a chief of police for my remaining days. Rustler, who will retire from his role as chief after eight years, plans to focus on his faith and continue his work in Officer suicide prevention. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News It is 4 44. It's finally here the end to drop cell phone calls.

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"j.  green" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on WTOP

"Metro area medical centers, 1, 41 Intelligence and law enforcement agencies believe there may be a similarity between the U. S. Capitol insurgents. And Isis fighters. The thinking is that members of both groups have been radicalized. W T. O P s national security correspondent J. J. Green tells us that might sound extreme, but it's what federal officials are talking about right now, and that is driving the FBI's next plans. Just think about what happened. You had thousands of people that went to the hill. Hundreds. If not thousands of them got in to the capital. They smashed their way in some of them yelling and chanting about the election being stolen, even though for weeks if not much longer, months Now we've been told that election was fair and there were no over problems with the outcome of the election. It was fair and they just did not buy that they were bought into the idea. That it was stolen. They've been hearing this over and over from lots of people, including the commander in chief, and they went to the capital, believing according to these folks that I've been speaking to believing what they were doing was the right thing to do when they engaged in violence, just like these other fighters that air terrorist overseas international They engaged in that kind of activity. They did it with the objective of trying to write something they believe was done wrong to them. So with that in mind, how do you focus on January 20th? And how do you deal with not only protecting the nation's capital, but state capitals across the country? The radicalization process, You know, I kind of hate to keep saying this, but that's what people are talking about. The process where people get into a space where they believe something like this true believers of what they're called in the foreign terrorists base in the same is true in the domestic space. You know the situation is people have to be de radicalized, demobilized somehow, at some point some way they have to begin to believe. What's real. The reality around them has to be presented to them. So authorities at this point shutting down sites that essentially spewing out lies and conspiracy theories was one way to do that the other way that they're approaching. This is dealing with people. Trying to deal with them as just human beings that are misguided, and that's hard for them to do, But they have to do it because they realize they can't fight everyone. They can't be everywhere to deal with people who are willing to fight over something they believe that was done. That didn't happen. That's wt o peace and national security correspondent J. J. Green at 1 44 to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a soap opera star gracious Me. My.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"It's been like. Oh my god years. Since we've seen each other we should get a dinner or something and how improbable that date really becomes and we couldn't be in more of a comparative competitive industry and especially like most of us win. You start out. You're auditioning you're hustling all over town. I wonder about our relationship as actors with rejection. If we're better at it because we expect it like when you would audition you don't audition anymore. Still do just. Because i do that because i like to prove heidi like to to you know the casting person or the audience has got comfortable and seeing you in a specific way and you kind of can't hold that against them. But if i've got an idea about something and nobody believes me like they're not gonna give me an offer. I will absolutely audition. And if i'm not in it that's the only thing i've gotten better at over the years when i was young. Maybe even seventeen or eighteen. A friend of mine's dad was a director and he directed a very prominent movie that cast like actual stars in it. And we got to watch the audition tapes. Really yes with famous people and the biggest thing that i noted was a couple of things one who is off book and who was not and what a difference makes to the viewer whether you are sort of basically memorized and harshly interacting versus really knowing the words and having an opinion and expressing point of view how different that was but then the big thing that i realized was you as the viewer can just tell if somebody's it or not and especially if you're the director so that gave me a real comfort in knowing that sometimes no matter how good an actor because we'd watch take like a great actor but they're just not right for this role against this person in this movie so that made me a little more comfortable. That's always been my feedback. When i get rejected. How are you about that kind of rejection. Because i started so young that i had to compartmentalize it at a very young age. Yeah i learned to not tell anybody like do not talk to my parents about it. I would never call my agent and ask if i did. Well my pride kind of the wheel. How do you deal with it. I put a lot of effort into it. And i can tell the difference between when i have or have not and i think i hold myself to a very high standard because i started so young with such professional people like started when i was seven and so i got the benefit of watching people's entire careers like people met when i was seven. I met people who were nineteen. Were in their sixties. Now you know what i mean and i paid close attention both looking back and saying current so i had really good perspective on what a career could be or where choices were important and it's not just about just right now. You have be thoughtful about assembling things in a certain order but with auditioning no one's gotten the imagination and as much as you'll get the one casting agent who's like ugh. I can't believe you dressed for part but at the same time like i'm not going to wear a full outfit but if the person is a business person i'm not gonna come in and sweat zac. If the person is a sweat sky. I'm not gonna come in in a suit so it really depends on the casting person but what i try and do that. I'm not always good at. It is be as prepared as possible. Have memorized the script. Have an opinion. Have some choices have some ideas. I was heard. Philip seymour hoffman. Just offhandedly mentioned making exactly the opposite of what his first instinct was as a choice so whatever his first instinct was he would find the exact opposite so if the scene called for a character to be really loud and really aggressive and it's in all caps with a lot of exclamation points..

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"j.  green" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of scenery where who knows he might actually blossom into a playoff caliber quarterback? He's been playing for the New York Jets New York Jets. They might have an opportunity at Trevor Laurence. Even if Trevor Laurence wouldn't necessarily relish the opportunity to play for the Jets. Whether it happens before the trade deadline. Whether it happens closer to the draft. Sam Darnold. He is definitely someone who deserves a change of scenery. Let's keep it rolling Number four. Number four. We gots to go to Cincinnati. Since we want to talk about young quarterbacks in getting an opportunity. Joe Burrow is getting his opportunity for the Bangles. Joe Burrow is Ah, He looks pretty damn good out there. For rookie quarterback granite OK, six touchdowns for interceptions. But he showed that he ain't scared enough. He's shown that he can play in the league and this guy is going to get better. He's already found his connections with tea, Higgins and Tyler boy, but someone who's been on the outs on the offense. Has been a J. Green. A. J. Green is what 31 32 years old A J. Green has had to deal with that that ankle injury that kept them out of action last year. In a J. Green is the vet A J. Green has been around since 2000 and 11. And as of right now, you think OK, the vet would return. He'd be the favorite target. He's not 14.

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"j.  green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Can add on the front of Falcon flies away. I might trade Julio. You could go get a J. Green for like a couple of Italian beef sandwiches right now, But I don't know that that's going to make you much better. Because a J green get separation. He doesn't look right. No, he doesn't look right at all. I think we had a staff today. He's been targeted 11 times down field this year and there Oh, for 11 on those throws other he had that one on TNF week to where you made a nice catch, but he couldn't get the feet down. Um, I think the Bears have the peace they missed to recall in AA lot. He E. Even if he's a motion man. Just As a decoy. He changes everything, but yeah, they can. Absolutely the average Yes. And if that's what you're striving for, then, Yeah, they're a playoff game really quick before we let you go Desperate times call for desperate measures so weaken. Besides, drafting a quarterback on the Bears won't be in a good position to draft The best of the best. Who are some guys who could be available off season that you would take a chance on for a guy who could start now like Would you go after Donald, Would you call Atlanta about Matt Ryan in the offseason? Who are some of the guys out there that if you're the Bears That you could see them going after I would say yes to both. And I think I think.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"AKI on Sunday, the Bengals one They score 33 points They scored every time they touch the football in the second. Have Joe Burrow again had 300 yards passing. They did all of this. Despite the fact that a J Green totaled exactly three yards. I'll just go ahead and ask you A. J. Green is a franchise icon. Has he lost a step? I think it is. I'm not ready to say defended yes, but it's looking more and more like that, in the submarine part for me is Usually in critical situations. It's a third down 37. Plus in my head. I'm thinking, okay, we've got we're going to find a jigger. You've got to give the ball. Now. I don't find myself doing that. I found myself. Okay. Worst tea. Higgins aligned. Where's Tyler? Boy? What kind of match up? Does he have your They have some sort, A rub Broward. He's becoming an afterthought. And I hate to say that, but And I hope that's not the case. But I think that if us a lot of Bangles fans right now, they would say Yeah, I kind of didn't think about a J. Green as many times as I used to watch the Bangles. If a J. Green's name is not a J green. He's not playing for this team right now. 100% exactly if he doesn't have that resume built up in the fan base that loves him. Yeah, he's not getting on the field. He's not active on Sunday, and that's a sobering fact. But it's the reality right now. He's got to find a way and look at himself in the mirror. Okay, maybe certain parts of my game. My skill level has declined a bit Well, there's certain other things that I can do and maybe make up for it. Where maybe didn't look, it doesn't look the way used to for me getting involved. But maybe there's some other ways where I can get involved. Maybe isn't a short game. Maybe it's in a high point in the balls from things like that. You got an athlete's got a Be realistic and honest with themselves of where they are in their career and say, Hey, what? What can I do Best and how can I still contribute? That's what he has to do. Bengals and Ravens Sunday at one o'clock Pretty game on 700 wlw will begin at 905 with Rocky Boy Manama. You've.

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"j.  green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"j. green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I think there was even one week where he was. Maybe you know it was came right down to the day before the game or the game that they decided to hold him back because he had a little bit of swelling in his ankle. And I think what that reflects is the delicate nature of these joint injuries that you can feel really good when they can fly up any time now, the offseason rest and the workouts that he's done. Nobody works harder. I think have put him in a really good position for this year. Zach Taylor said back in April that he was fully healthy and it was working hard. I actually think a J. Green could surprise us all and have a fantastic season. But they're the unknowns of playing with a new quarterback. Like I said, We haven't seen him on the field since. I believe it was weak nine in 2018. And so it's going to be a little bit of wait and see. But if we can get a J green that we saw in 2017 that's a pro ball player. So, yes, he comes with more risks. But I think he has the potential to flash the talent of the A. J. Green that we last saw when he was playing regularly. Great stuff is always to find answers. That's a good news surrounding a J. Green. Matthew. There are two parts of this discussion, and one of them is pretty straight forward is a J. Green worth the risk Now, the second part and I think he's sort of tied together is I don't normally like to ask you or anybody. Hey, if you're choosing between these two players on the same team, which do you prefer, Because why do you have to choose between them, right? Because the A T P for a J. Green and Tyler Boyd is so similar this year and a J. Green's A D P right now is wide receiver 29 Tell Avoids wide receiver 30. So in this case, you may very well be making the choice between a J. Green and Tyler boy. So let's start here. How much of arrest you view a. J. Green as and then? You prefer him or Tyler Boyd if you had to choose one of the two going into the season, so I have Tyler Boyd rank 30th. I have a J. Green 32. So obviously I buy my ranks. I I prefer Boyd that said it depends again on every Everything is just sort of about how you how you value your team and how you're constructing a roster. Right? So and your league rules if I have extra eye our spots. I might be more willing to take a flier on a J. Green, who I think is the more talented wide receiver and I think if both guys played all 16 games, I think a J. Green finishes with more fantasy points in Tyler Boyd, right, But the question with green obviously, of course, is always health. And so ah s. Oh, yeah. If or if I'm doing more of a, you know, hire upside team right? Or if I feel like you know what It just depends on sort of when I get to that point, the draft I need more solid production, or can I swing for the fence is a little bit more. If I'm swinging for the fences, little Maurits a J green If I'm just like you know what? I just need a solid guy that it can start every week. To me. It's Tyler Boyd. OK, fair enough. I don't want to intrude. I have them right close to each other. And I want to just just illuminate a couple things on a J. Green that are different this year compared to last year. They're not health related is that Last year with a J green. There was frustration and discontent surrounding his contract and wanting a new one and realizing that it probably wasn't going to get one. The Bangles are obviously downtrodden all year last year, his close personal friend Andy Dalton, gets them is because one of his best friends, I think in the world, it's like getting bench like there was a lot Of factors working against a J. Green returning last year, and I'm not injury. You ever got benched Gates? I want you to know that I would sit out the year with an injury, probably right, but but not to suggest that he's actually he's not. He wasn't budging an injury, but I would just say that there are times were in a play. I'm not accusing him of being. I'm just letting I'm just letting the world know talk about personally, I would fake one. But I'm saying, like, guys have the right. Look, if they're close, if they're close to a contractor, something like if they wanna wait and preserve their body like we get that that's fair. Christian, McCaffrey said of a bowl game like because he wanted and it was a great He's a Trailblazer. Right guys have to make business decisions. Sometimes this year. I think it's a different mentality for a J. Green. He's one year away from getting pain as he was last year, But now he realizes we don't play this year. What team is going to say? All right. It is like, hey, let's let's sign a J. Green after 2.5 years away from football to a lucrative deal the age of 32. They're not gonna do that Agent Green is motivated this year to realize he has a chance to go ahead and make that money that he will only get one more time in his career. He's 32. You don't get long term contracts for a wide receiver at the age of 35. Or 36 So I am more confidence in a J. Green this year by award Mart wide margin that I was going to last season, and that's coming from someone who drafted a J. Green in the war room league. Yeah, he did not help you out in that league did not help you in that Harrington out at all. I don't know. But yes, I don't disagree. And so right, you have you have a J green higher than avoid by two spots were flip flop there. Again. It's just sort of like But even with.

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"j.  green" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"j. green" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"He's got the biggest podcast in the world, and and he saw that and reposted it and had me on yesterday. So you sort of pave the way for a lot of this podcasting and Internet talk shows even after you did the Tom Green show. Jackass started right after that so. It seems like you've been. You've had your finger on the pulse of a this type of entertainment. What do you think is next? What do you think things are headed because? You're very prophetic when it comes to this, I've always been into technology I don't know why I think. My friends were really into computers and stuff when I was growing up. from Ottawa, and I know you've been to haul. We can talk about that in a bit but the. Weights. But. So, you know. A lot of my friends were in computer, engineering and my father actually when you left, the military began working in computer, engineering and Had some early sort of influences in that, and so I always like looking at technology. And then I studied broadcasting and school and started playing with video cameras so now I don't know it's interesting. It's probably got something to do with artificial intelligence. I would say maybe some sort of virtual reality, some sort of virtual world. Maybe we'll actually be inside the talkshow living inside the Talkshow I. Personally Love Interactivity. I love interactivities, so I love having lots of different types of interactivity on the show, so people calling in people. Interacting with the show live, that could be where it's going. Yeah, you would do that with men on the street type stuff to you. Were Joe. Joe Touch on this in the podcast that you all listen to. A that we are communicating in such an odd way now. This was he was talking about this in the context of. INSTAGRAM comments in responding to comments and stuff like that. It's a natural way to communicate. And how do you manage that? Communicating with people on the Internet not not letting it get the best of you. Okay, so I've. Sort of controversial way of handling this okay Google. Dip into some controversy right now, okay? So because some we're all. This is a democratic thing. You should be able to let people say whatever they want and yeah. Yeah. People should be able to go on your feet, and you know, call you asshole, or say mean things or behaviors or trolls, or whatever you WANNA call him, and I've always found and sort of figure this out more and more over the years that if you allow that to fester on there, if you first of all. I never respond to negative people. I never responded. That was my initial thing I used to start started doing that a few years ago. I just wouldn't respond to the negative people, but now what I do is I just immediately block them? Immediately just bow, and the blocking functions are kind of new. They've become a much better than they were ten years ago and it's really changed things for the better I. Just block them immediately, and I will block people for. Sometimes, it's like right on the line like I'm not even sure if it's a negative comment, but it just. It just kind of made me feel a little strange soldiers. You need to feel like that. But if You're right. If you have the ability to curate your own positive environment wine, not do that. It's just the way I've been doing it. We're not politicians we don't really have to. We don't have any responsibility. That's right. It's true we can just. democracy I compare it almost more to real life. I remember I used to allow negatively into my life. Just in general, I would have friends that would be negative and you'd be wise. That personnel was negative, but I would let them be in my life, and I learned as I got older. No, you don't need to have any negative energy in your life. You can sort of edit that out. If somebody's cool with you continue, but if someone's prick just. Block them in real in the real world in also so that's kind of the way I look at it. That's true and Tom and speaking of real life I mean some of the things that people say on the Internet. They would never it just that kind of communication doesn't exist in in real life. Because there's decorum, there's there's social etiquette there are there are certain rules that people have to follow like. You wouldn't walk up to a stranger and say I think your movie sucks or You're. Just. Doesn't it might? Say that. The people walk up to me and say. Got Fingered, but is that about Freddy got fingered as it had a few people that felt the need to actually walk right up to me and tell me yeah, but they usually on the internet, but sometimes person. Yeah, well, Tom, I have I have the. Version of that I have is a moving tusk. People will come up to me all. Yeah, that's amazing movie I. Love that movie. Couple, either love it or hate it and the people hate it. I always find that they're still. Maybe this is just wishful thinking, but it feels like a degree of affection even when they're saying that movie is fucked up. What well rethinking when you did that? Out I wonder if if Freddy got fingered, it's the same kind of misplaced affection because I. Do know that movie has become like a cult classic and way ahead of its time that. We've talked a little bit about it. I think but it's. It's amazing that they let you take the chances that you took in that movie. That's that's. It's funny how when you decide to make a choice and make something extremely polarizing, and you go into it knowing that it's going to be extremely polarizing, but. In my mind, I always thought Oh. This is so polarizing that people are going to realize that it's supposed to be polarizing, and then everybody's going to love it. You know no, no, it's actually polarizing. Which is fine, so then you just you just kind of goes okay. It worked as what was supposed to be okay. But means that polarizing I thought it was going to flip over. Not Polarizing doing degree. But the studio. Did they fight you on? Because I was a major, that was fox. I think right. New Regency Fox new listen. They were really cool with me. You know they were really cool They let me let me make that movie and. They let me directed. I was not even directing it originally, and it was really it was really cool who who was supposed to directed? There was no one really supposed to direct it I wrote it. The wrote the movie with my friend, and then we at initially we started talking about. And I just kind of saying that you know I I really want to make this really like this really weird you know and I really went to push the envelope with some of the scenes. Where to me was more about the. So much about directing the actors because honestly I don't know a lot about acting like I was doing my goofy show I'm not well you actor, but I like him I like I. Like wanted to make I want to make the scenes crazy. Looking like I wanted ostriches to hang from the ceiling. Just right I wanted I wanted then she used to drip just the right way. It was supposed to drip. So interesting. But you're working with some really incredible actors. What? How did you approach that like? RIP TORN FOR EXAMPLE WHO REST IN PEACE YEAH But he's a legend I mean. What was it like? With him to Dodge Ball right? Yeah, you know. He has played patches or Houlahan in dodgeball. Yeah, he was a tough. Cookie Yeah cookie which was cool because you know. His character was a tough cookie to. He was playing with faculty. I really enjoyed directing actually in working with him and Julie Hagerty and All the petty. because. There's kind of interesting because. I don't know I just I enjoyed working with people and talking to people and. Rip had a good time. Rip told me he enjoyed enjoyed that process over. The weekend he would go out in the weekend. We were in Vancouver shooting it and he will go the weekend and like catch salmon and go fishing, and then you come any bring giant salmon, and we beat and fresh salmon and the and the..

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"j.  green" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"j. green" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Bucket through the ringer N._F._l.. Show Robert Mays George has always by Car Kevin how you doing buddy well. We've had a lot of days this year but this is the first day this year with Nathan Peterman News so I'm doing pretty well. I'm glad you brought it up. I was certainly GonNa ask you about it because we're GONNA start the show off even in the midst of our training camp to a little bit of news and there is no offering to the whole thing. It's a sixty minute Peterman pod no so Jon Gruden in came out today and he said that he's been liking what he's been seeing from. One Mr Nathan Peterman Lloyd context. He said you know he's had some nightmares. Performances talked about why those happened but apparently Nathan Peterman is looking good. I mean how great would it be if we got some Nathan Peterman time after Derek Carr. Everybody gets bench this season He. I don't think that's so to be clear. I think that when Gruden is saying that he means in a maybe third or possibly second quarterback capacity but it's really a it's really funny you know be they had this to this goes back to twenty seventeen even before that Jon Gruden is really like Nathan Peterman even when he was in college this was this was this was written. This is written in the stars. I think this is your fan fiction but you really dig into I think might be one of those things like twice. A year. I'm like did I die and this is just my vision of the afterlife. This is definitely one of those things so. Let's get into actual N._F._l.. News a couple of things happened this week. I was at Vikings camp the day that A. J. Green hurt his toe and it's always interesting to me when you tell either personnel or coaches or players from other teams and fellow news before they hear it and the reaction that I got from Vikings coach after telling him that A._J.. Green got carted off. It was is just horror. That's all these guys care about right. Now is putting all of their dudes in bubble wrap for the next month and getting them healthy to the start of the season. It is the greatest fear at every single campus guys getting hurt and A._J.. Green severely injured his ankle to the point where he's going to need surgery and miss several games most likely on a makeshift field in Dayton that the N._F._l.. made the bengals practice on all of this is not sense. That's great great phrase for it so there in Dayton for some reason for the N._F._l.. One hundredth anniversary and Robert you have some strangely hot takes on the N._F._L.'s hundredth anniversary nursery. The N._F._L.'s priorities are so fucked up at all times. The amount of time and energy has gone into this all right hold on the problem is not the celebration of the anniversary. The problems at the field sucked. I don't care if you have practice on the moon. Just make sure the turf is okay and that's fine but just the amount of output that has gone into the hundredth anniversary of the N._F._l.. Celebrating it's just it's so out of whack all every the logos everywhere. They're doing all of this weird stuff and sending people the Dayton no one cares. No one cares the commercial during the Super Bowl. It was like it's cool that the N._F._l.. Has had one hundred years the packers and bears kicking off the season and kind of leaning into the breath of that rivalry understandable but every single tentacle of this is just silly to me. No one gives a shit what just happened. Do you think I'm wrong. Didn't I think people my care don't you remember when you were younger and so maybe the first season I remember watching was the seventy fifth anniversary. Remember that yes everybody Brett. Brett Farr was throwing into triple coverage where in that patch catch cool damages throwing darts so I I guess there was probably some some similarities there. They celebrated seventy five. I'm okay with doing the problem is making a professional football team. One of the thirty two football teams go to Dayton on crappy turf yes but again. I think it's just the overall effort. That's being put into this whole thing..

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"j.  green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"j. green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Catch. By j green has Andy Dalton put it up and let the six foot four interests fever, go up and get it for the touchdown. Right. So we've got Bengals at ravens at 'em. Mt. Bank stadium in Baltimore. Joe flacco not expected to go with the hip injury. Lamar Jackson will make his first career NFL start Nate show, specifically the highlight of flacco to John Brown because I think the the biggest fantasy questions surrounding this is what do you do John Brown who's been a fairly productive receiver for you? Who you probably grabbed off the waiver wire for the most part, and I'll be honest. I'm a little scared starting John Brown. I would be reluctant today with Lamar Jackson. Lamar Jackson from fantasy perspective if you're desperate. Not a terrible play because the rushing ability as I just talked about with Trubisky should give him a fairly safe floor. I think you know, ten to twelve points is probably a lot from Mark Jackson, just on the running ability alone. And there is the potential for a really really really big week if you can break along which is in the cards with Lamar Jackson the throwing ability though, that's questionable. We haven't really seen it at the pro level yet. So I'm scared to play John Brown, personally, if you're a John Brown owner. Also, I played the AJ green highlight there now. He suffered an injury that we thought might keep him out four to six weeks. Now today, even though he's listed as doubtful. We're hearing word that he traveled with the team, and he is going to try and see what he can do in pregame warmups. Now, it seems unlikely that he will play today. But again he did travel with the team, and they're going to give it a go. So he's listed as doubtful. But that's a guy you need to check on when the inactive role in. Because if he is active all of a sudden, you're going to want AJ green in your lineup. So that's the latest Bengals embrace Bengals ravens news Panthers. At.

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