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Judge homers twice as Yankees edge Orioles 5-4
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Gleyber day: Torres' 5 RBIs lead surging Yanks over Jays 5-3
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Springer answers boos with HR, 3 hits, leads Jays over Yanks
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Spider-Man: No Way Home Review
"Eventually. What else do we have to see, sunny? Well, so the big movie out this weekend, and the big movie of the year really is Spider-Man: No Way Home. I mean, this movie is going to be an enormous enormous hit. I thought yesterday with a packed house at the Alamo drafthouse near me, audience loved it. Spider-Man, no way home, of course, our Spider-Man, it's got Tom Holland as Spider-Man. And if folks remember the end of the last movie, his identity had been revealed to the world by J Jonah Jameson who was playing a kind of Alex Jones like figure kind of conspiracy theorist, doing a very funny, very funny turn by J. K. Simmons. But this movie picks up right where that one left off. So everybody knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, Spider-Man and Peter Parker. He's got to try and figure out a way to get the world to forget about him and he turns to Doctor Strange, who has played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Cumberbatch, cashless spell that tries to reverse the race the knowledge that Peter Parker is Spider-Man from. Yeah, Doctor Strange should be smarter than this. You would think. He was warned not to cast the spell by his assistant slash sorcerer, the new sorcerer supreme Benedict Wong. And he does it anyway. He cast the spell in it. It messes up the very fabric of reality, villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies start pouring into Tom Holland's Spider-Man's universe, the green goblin, doctor octopus, the lizard electro. Hello, Peter. That's a great trailer, by the way. Hello. It's a really good trailer. I'm not giving away anything that's not in the trailer. I'm careful not to either. These are no spoilers here, really. And Peter's got to get Peter's got to get them back to their universe. That's all I'll say about that about a lot.
Ohtani Steals Home, Angels Send Yankees to 4th Straight Loss
"For the second straight night the angels beat the Yankees in Jared Walsh played a big part in the six to four win with this three run Homer it's been a lot of fun pretty intense atmosphere these games are really going down to the wire against really good teams we got a ton of fans in the stands so you know really enjoyed playing in front of these crowds like this hopefully it continues New York got solo shot from Anthony Rizzo and Gary Sanchez the Yankees also grounded into five double plays Jimmy her get got the win Yankees starter Jameson Thailand took the loss now eight and five after winning thirteen in a row the yanks have now dropped four straight mark Myers Anaheim
"jameson" Discussed on Best Comics Ever
"The fiftieth installment of this interview series. And today i'll be talking to one of my all time favorite creators. jim darlan in inker jamie jameson. About their work. On dread star returns in exciting. All new original graphic novel returning to the world of jetstar starlings cosmic university began in the early nineteen eighties. Under what was then marvel's epic imprint Jim of course is the creator of many marvel comics favorites like santos gomorrah drax the destroyer as well as the co creator of the likes of shonky and really i feel like. There's a co creator. Credit deserve on captain marvel. Even if that's not technically how things work with. Revamping the character there. And we've got jamie here. Of course inking dread star returns. This graphic novel will be available in print this june twenty twenty one and you can order now via ominous press dot com l. include links in the show notes. Jim jamie thanks so much for joining a gym molester with you for readers who primarily no you through your incredible marvel work seventies cosmic through infinity gauntlet on three. Your most recent said even thanos graphic novels with davis. What would you say are the biggest differences you see between the story of Nose and van thread star and the high lord. Pablo for example. There's no captain. America in the jetstar. Basically they're two different characters. I in the fact that santos's hunger that can never be a piece or satisfied that's Bases on character was dressed stars ataturkist. Who doesn't have a second half. He's very breaking things and bringing down. Evil empires asks his past history. Fruit is not much good at fitting in with everyday life and Being a productive member of that had led to do is a where i decided to put him when we brought him back twenty. Five years later. I addressed our returns. Yeah for sure no. It's it's an interesting timeline. It will definitely want to get to that. I should note here to for listeners We're going to try to stay somewhat spoiler free for jetstar returns for those who haven't had the chance to read it of course We may talk about little bit plot details here and there but i will try to give spoiler warning in the episode if we do talk about anything Plot related now. What was it about this particular. Dread star story That made you wanna come back. Really the focus of kind of the crux of the action of dread star returns There was exciting kickstarter campaign that the relaunch all of the works in these omnibus collections. That are fantastic looking from ominous press. What was it about the particulars of the plot of dread star returns. That had you kinda itching to get back to this character. Well it was putting together the star omnibus. That got things going again and this little lady behind me was a major contributor to getting me the actually draw again and the fact that she bugging me for doctor. Doom sketch blown a hole in my hand and i thought i was no longer to draw anything. I went three years without it but she could bugging me for this sketch and finally sat down and did it. After three years of squeezing balls and doing other exercise founded. I could actually drawing it and the turned out. She's a pretty good inker. At the time he was out as we went along and we have been working together. Now for two years overnight at a hosted two years working on dressed returns the book to comes after it and other little things middlemen variant covers and stuff like that also turned out We make a pretty good work team but as far as the plot itself went. I wanted to give everybody..
Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism
"Whiskey today. Suck is soaked in whiskey. mostly jameson. Some irish whiskey a great drain for some fun times kicking back and enjoy the taste of one of the best exports. The emerald isle has to offer also popular drink in my experience for people to torture with by buying you shot after shot after shot until you're spending and puking in the parking lot talking about jameson will lead us obviously into talking about cannibalism. Yup john jameson. The founder jameson was originally a lawyer from a loa in scotland before he founded his distillery in dublin in seventeen eighty and eighteen o five. He rejoined joined by his son. John jamieson junior who took over the family business for the next forty one years junior built up the business before handing it over to his son. John jameson the third and eighteen fifty. One they were killing it by the turn of the nineteenth century. Jameson distilleries were the second largest producer in ireland of whiskey in one of the largest in the world producing a million gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the center of world whisky production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum. An internationally jamison had h five became the world's number one whiskey and then almost a century later at the end of the nineteenth century. The jameson name would get tarnished a wee bit when reports came back from the congo. The john's great grandson. James s jameson. Jimmy james paid to watch a young girl be killed and eaten. Cannibalism not a great pr moment. Hard to build a successful ad campaign around some cannibalism. What the hell happened in the congo
Taillon earns 1st win in exactly 2 years, Yanks beat Tigers
"Erin judge had three hits and three RBIs since the Yankees down the sputtering tiger six four judge followed Friday night's two Homer five RBI performance by breaking a one all tie in the fifth inning scoring DJ lemay he'll try to do my job you know especially when I got on base to try to get my teammates yes that's really what it comes down to it's not just about locked in for that fifteen thirty forty five seconds and we try to do a job Gleyber Torres also drove in three runs as New York won for the sixth time in seven games and improved to thirteen or fourteen Jameson Taillon allowed one run three hits and struck out eight over five innings for his first victory in exactly two years Detroit has a majors worst record it eight and twenty I'm Dave Ferrie
Portland police detain more than 100 people during protest
"Killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the city of Portland, Oregon, has been the site of frequent protests, many involving violent clashes between officers and demonstrators. Last night, dozens of people were detained after another round of protests in the city detained a group of at least 100 marching through the Pearl District They started in Jameson Park. Some people started breaking windows that Some of the buildings in the Pearl District, and we did talk to some residents who came out after the windows were broken in the spaces below their apartments, and they were surprised. They said. They heard the breaking glass and came down and took a look. And you know they saw the people marching through and thought. Oh, boy, Here we go again, OK. Oi and TV reporter Jennifer Down Ling reporting over the summer, Portland saw more than 100 straight days of protests.
Portland police detain more than 100 people during protest
"Killing of George, Florida. Minneapolis, The city of Portland, Oregon, has been the site of frequent protests, many involving violent clashes between officers and demonstrators. Last night, dozens of people were detained during another round of protests in the city. They detained a group of at least 100 that were marching through the Pearl District They started in Jameson Park. Some people started breaking windows that Some of the buildings in the Pearl District, and we did talk to some residents who came out after the windows were broken in the spaces below their apartments, and they were surprised. They said. They heard the breaking glass and came down and took a look. And you know they saw the people marching through and thought. Oh, boy, Here we go again.
A Conversation With Britney and Caleb of Almond landscaping
"Caleb and brittany from almond landscaping. This is husband and wife team in. They just got done doing something that i think is one of those foundational kind of experiences on voting. They spent of. Was it a weaker a weekend. At a networking event and we're going to cover the importance of networking and mentoring. How are you guys doing. Thanks for having us good goodwill thanks for coming back on the air with us now. Can you just briefly. Explain to me what you guys were doing. My understanding is you. Went to a place called the hype house. What was that about it. It was an idea formulated a little while ago. But the the quick upfront of it is. It's the green industry. Hi house element was a gracious sponsor of the house and it was a collaborative event for a handful of influencers in the social media. Space in the green industry and a good chance for everybody to For a handful of I'd say well known Influencers come together create content network and You collaborate which is the theme of the day now from tiktok right. Which which credit. Paul jameson with With paul there because he came up with he kind of had the idea of these tiktok. Were doing these Like collaborative events or somewhat similar out on the west coast and he had floated the idea at one point a while ago of Doing a green industry version of it. Where a handful of people get together create content and do collaborative videos and podcasts and all sorts of stuff and And we're like well. Let's do it in the green industry. I reached out to to paul. Kinda push him on it and then it actually ended up happening mostly because of brittany on here in elizabeth fullerton. They kind of made. They're the ones that kind of made Made the gears made actually gears turn. I think so so now a lot of times when these guys get together to do these collaborations you guys. They'd benefit themselves right. I mean it's like oh you know i'm gonna borrow from this guy's audience get to see me. They i get but how does this feedback to help the industry as a whole. That's really the most important thing. Because if you're not one of the influencers that gets the benefit of of being there. What is the benefit to the audience What kind of content were you guys able to produce to help the guys guys that didn't get to be on the shortlist an invite to the event. Well it was in was i. I really consider myself Honored and privileged to be able to be involved in in the in the green issue hype house there and i would say what the main thing was. There was obviously a lot of You know collaboration between you know all the the influencers there and that was obviously beneficial for them but the audience one of the things. At least i can say for my audience. I was able to do things that i would normally do like through my instagram stories. And even our youtube channel and all that stuff is like. I went around with your sean spencer and brian fullerton a couple of days and britain a handful of people and we went and we would just go around. We're on anna. Maria island in florida for the week and we would just find local job sites and just go and tour the job sites and everybody would kinda report on it doing their own. Doing you know their own story. The way they do and bringing value to their audience that way just from a different location on different sites and mowing crews and just and so it was. It was a benefit i think to the audience of seeing you know some things in different regions Being reported by there. I say reported but really kinda was by their favorite Influencers wherever the right word is that. I know it was cool because like you were able to talk. Pavers on shawn spencer's channel right. And he doesn't normally provide that content his followers and jason krill who does fertilization and stuff. He was able to talk to people about that vice versa. Right jason creoles able we talked about fertilizing and stuff. I got on my channel so we took a tour around the neighborhood and just looked at zoysia grass bermuda grass and other stuff. I don't have in ohio. And i got a lot of questions for ten. How you care for it and so it was. It was a neat A conglomeration of information. I think the other thing we did is every night. We went live on a different person's channel and we made it to where people could ask questions And we filtered people in and out of the out of the spotlight so people could literally ask any question they wanted to any of the people and we were talking everything from favorite mowers too. You know how to buy or sell a business to how to grow or how best market and so really an event where you could get to you know for example. On like sean spencer shallower brian photons channel. You know we live on there. But they would see sean on there and they would ask sean about how they run a certain piece of equipment or how what their thoughts were on the best marketing practices or i would be on. Brian's channel or appeals and they would ask them paver heart scape related questions some stuff they may not normally have access to You know that kind of thing. So i think it was a really cool opportunity for for for the audience to to to get some in different information across a wide array of genres. Let's say
2021 Super Bowl Ad Review
"Like there's two ads. I've really want to get everyone starts on I think they're the most polarizing we'll certainly talk about our picks for the best. Although i will say this year it was not exactly like a plus plus it was like you know pretty good lead like the the best ones were all pretty good And none of them were were tremendous home runs But that's the two that were kind of late editions. we already talked about only in passing But then also the two minute. Gps dot with bruce springsteen. Let's start with that nicole. I think we all know what what they were. Attempting you know like cheap wanted this rousing halftime in america type ram farmer. Type spot fill. It really fell flat. I actually kinda surprised that they released that one early because it was a two minute long spot. I thought at least it would be a two minute surprise So that was a little shocking to me. But yeah then when i saw it i was like oh man two minutes okay. Let's get cozy. Let's see what this is going to be like. Am i going to be laughing like last year. Because last year was such a pleasant like fun. Add to watch and this one. I just kinda felt like. Oh they're going like the safe route they're going like the middle of the road route. They're going to do the call for unity and also like to me. I as a consumer from the consumer perspective. I didn't love that. Because i feel like if i want to see a brand lean into its purpose i wanna see them. Take a side not do the middle of the road thing. I know that that's where a lot of Like i guess politics wise lot of people doing calls for unity but it still felt like a little too early for the brands to start doing the calls for unity. Like i'm still waiting for purpose from brands rather than middle of the road right now. I guess my question would be in. Jameson a. You and i talked about this many times. But i can't think of a brand that has ever succeeded by being like can't we all. Can we just come together. They learn anything from gap putting up that tweet that it was like a hoodie that had like read into on it and it's like a collie unity shoot rented after election day. Jeep is like we're going to spend twenty million dollars gap bruce springsteen in here and do the same exact thing in front of a hundred million and hope it works. I mean it was a touching message that i felt ill timed and i saw one tweet from at its kenya summit. A perfectly like what they displayed in that ad fundamentally goes against lead. Diversity inclusion is in america right now. And i think right just did didn't didn't showcase what america is today showcase a unity of one america used today. And you know what. I would have actually appreciated if they just re-run last year's groundhog day ad and donated that money to a cause that actually supports you know unifying missions I think that would have been funny and understandable and Yeah that that really fell flat a lot of the ads this year. Celebrities team to kind of try to force things like the cuts. The storylines is just we. I felt like the in this kind of i guess my last real thought on jeep is just the it's the kind of add that cmo's and and if i'm just being honest here because it's late i'm tired League basically wealthy white folks and and and just affluent people in general kind of ivory tower folks are gonna be like what a brave message like wouldn't important message. I'm so glad they used their storytelling to do this. You know what i mean. And and that's but to everyone else on the ground like who who has survived this past four years and knows how much farther we still have to go. It's just like oh there's a small church in kansas. That's that leaves their doors open. Okay cool then. Never mind like we're all good and you know it's just anyway. That's that's my. But i i also wanna make sure we say plenty of time talking about oatley because who wants to start us off one. No we haven't gotten to talk realism curious. I loved story. edited the story By katie lindstrom and No they wanted to go with something else in there. Trying to come up with With all these eight years and ended up like the ceo was kind of forced into the spot because he was like well. I guess i have a better idea. And he brought back an idea that he had and it was just him trying to come up with a jingle and From i saw you know it. It definitely caused a stir In terms of using a simple melody and a simple backdrop and like a shaky table with you know that lovely oatmeal gone. They're really worried about that class. Like nobody take this down from production. Okay we're going to go with it. But i thought it was so so on brand you know it. It was not expected and A little endearing. And you know i am. I am a consumer of that brand. And you know they. They also laid that message with you. Know the mission of. Let's also be sustainable and talk about. Let's let's take a quick pause to listen to the song for anyone who might have missed it in all of its glory It reminds me of like kind of like nineties weirdo alternative Kind of punk music. I don't know there's this weird vein of like intentionally bad dead dead milkman. style was. let's give it a listen made for you. Who moves like male but made for you. Well no no no no bill nicole. What did you think of the okay. So here's the thing. I actually when i was first watching it. I thought to myself like oh. That's actually kind of cute. I don't hate this. And then everyone i was in the room with just got quiet and they all just started like laughing at the same time. They're like oh. This is terrible terrible. We hate this. We all hate this. So i actually think that i'm one of the few. Maybe i'm i'm the right consumer here or something. I like the brand also personally but yeah. I didn't hate it right away. I get the cornyn est. And i get that like i don't know maybe maybe now that i've listened to not while i'm also editing and distracted by other things i get it but i listen. I was kind of like oh cute. Okay i have to say. Maybe one of my favorite advertising tweets of all time. And i won't name him because he's a great dude and Good on him for his transparency but so someone tweeted that oatley dropped the ball and then a few minutes later shared his own. Tweeden's i've been informed that my agency created the and and so it's actually fantastic
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"They don't even get the breaks like players. Get i mean how you're riding gliding on ice. I mean let's let's go too. Far takes a lot of endurance to be out there the entire game. I know it does. I'm not. I'm not saying it. Doesn't i think tha i think hockey and basketball probably maybe soccer. I don't know. I don't know enough about soccer soccer suit. How many we didn't believe he's i. No that's yeah. We'll soccer. I don't it's slower. Yeah i don't know. I know i don't know anything about soccer. So maybe you're right. Maybe maybe we come to find out that the soccer umpires or refs or whatever. They're called run ten miles a game for all. We know it's possible country. Joe s at the end of the day. If you can't get up off of a player that you have fallen on by yourself. That is the first then is the first test to say when you are literally trapping a player underneath you. That's it man that should be. You're you're done. That's it for this episode. I think you and i are both in agreement on this tie on move. We like it. We like it. We'll see where it takes this yankees rotation at least it's elise. It's a move that isn't just. Hey let's roll the dice. On all of the depth. We have in the organization. At least it's it's taking action which i like. It might not work out. But at least i can't fault at this point in time. The package that they gave up to me doesn't strike me as something an overpayment. So it's a good move Before we get out of here does this. Does this move the jamestown move. Make you feel better about kluber being here now does it. Does it help the. How does corey now. I still think corey kluber expectations for me are about what tanaka was the last two years and to me. That's just not very. That's not good enough to be number two pitcher in the playoffs. So i still think is corey kluber. This does not change my opinion on corey. Kluber aga. I mean i think what it does for me is. It helps me because we're not relying on him as much by any means we have another guy. I mean although injury so in that sense. Yeah but it doesn't change. What corey kluber. No nobody has now theoretically now that we have james italian again assuming health which is an annoying caveat that has to happen but kind of have to. It's all upside for kluber at this point right I gamble gamble is now like yes. We don't. it's not a dependent but they can make sure that he's right. You know into august-september now we're seeing peak kluber of for two and twenty one peak. Whatever that wherever that is for seeing data at the end of the season now you have the ability to get to that point. It's i don't know it's to me. It's more upside like if it's out there like it's not there you know. We have a couple of other options. Potentially at least we have some options. They have a lot of depth option to actually. And i feel like the pitching dept. Talk about schmidt garcia montgomery. Her mom her mom and john johnny lasagna. And michael king those guys but actually factor more in the first half of the season in the second half of the as far as the michael king more than lasagna. I really really hope. And i think he's going to be one of those guys that they put into the bullpen pen fulltime. Just stop messing with him for more dick around with winning. Just throw him in there. Here let him be a specialist. Let him dominate. He's got electric stuff. Let him focus on two pitches and master. Those two pitches. That's what you're going to get from. I agree that's how you get value out of him. Get a tell. Johnny lasagna to follow chad. Green around like a puppy dog. Yes say do everything. That chad green does just do it in the fifth in the sixth inning and not the seventh and the eighth inning. See i liked. They're going to have to have someone. Tommy keenly spot new ziegfeld. And i think that lasagna has these older spot. It's to get full. They need somebody to come in. And give up a brac backbreaking home. Nick nelson's and other guy. Like i like what i saw from him see back. I liked what i saw from him. He reminds me of the kid from breaking bad. Which i kind of like. He's like that. You know a little bit of edge there. So i like it. I think it's I think nick nelson could be another one of these these these guys. And oh don't forget. We sesa dominating we sesa is definitely you lovely. Sesame sesame guy pitches good stuff here. I think he's gonna come fifth and sixth inning. Think goes on. You're actually has the ability to go. One gimme.
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Four out of five days. Give him his off day once a week. Maybe it's going to coincide with garrett cole start every time whether that happens or not i. Just don't wanna debate. No yeah. I would love gary sanchez. the shut me up please. shut me up. I don't wanna talk about the struggles that you're having. I want to talk about the successes. Because they're way more fun to talk about. And you're you have all the talent now. I'm speaking directly to apparently all the talent in the world. Gary shakes his co. Come on wake up. So i did a podcast. We did the with a one sixty one boys over the weekend. They were for the the roll-call episodes where they do like a quick ten. Fifteen minute episode. On each guy on the roster and gary sanchez came up And murph had a good over under batting average. For gary sanchez will. He hit his weight. Which is listed at two thirty At the tough on. I'm ongoing for big rebound year. Let's go to fifty batting average to fifty if we're not if we're not yeah we're gonna start carrying about batting average. Let's let's care about it. Let's see let's see it. I say fifty. I say clears and i also say he clocks in at two twenty two to fifteen. Maybe even i i could see him trimming down. Oh you're sash his life. Yeah yeah. I mean that's ever update they never update weights. Like guy will guy will lose like fifty thousand. Still listed met his old his weight. Yeah but we'll be able to never updated. We could see indie. We'll know fast couple of more mailbags that we can get through pretty quick. So andy guzman says hello guys loved the show. I'm a colombian living in chile. Now the question. Do you think that all the moves cashman's making after getting dj back and staying under the luxury taxes because he's plotting one big trade. Who do you think it can be rather than that. Bauer bitch mike. So really what i want to say about. This is because this was also made before this was also sent before on is tie on one big trade. Do you consider this a one big trade. I know it's a trade. Yes it's the it's the trade that's going to set us up for the season. I don't think there's anything more unless there's some rosser shuffling around but pitching wise like they have a lotta spots filled right now so. I don't think that there's any more moved on the pitching side unless they go after a bullpen arm. But i don't think it's going to be a big deal. I think they're looking would have to be money out to do that right but i think they're looking for depth right now. They're looking to the guys that they currently have. All these right handed pitchers as well that you you were talking about the skills of the world the you know these guys one of them could potentially show up and be in addition to that bullpen at some point in the season but i think they have enough right now to be going into the season with no issue. I really think the end towards the end of the season who knows we might see david garcia or clark schmidt in the bullpen. Yeah That that's i feel like one or the other do. Do you think that if clark schmidt does not solidify himself in the starting rotation this year do you think they would move them to the bullpen. This year i think they'll just stick them in the minors to get more starts and then have them come up. Twenty twenty two as a starter is more likely to shift to the bullpen. This year than schmidt. I agree with that. I read that schmidt probably the longer term pedigree as a starter Our ap comes in with He's fired up about something very specific about major league baseball. Hey guys love everything you do for bringing yankees fans together. Also coincidentally every male beggar complimented us. Which i do like wanted you guys to discuss. If mlb could please identify what a check swing is. I think it's an epidemic in the league in addition to bad strike zones. Where there is an immeasurable lined. A lot of first and third base umpire. Get wrong they go by where the hitter's hands are in comparison to the strike zone and we're all sitting here saying he didn't swing has ended many rallies in big moments games with the speed of these hitters. Hands nowadays. I don't think that it's hard with all. The technology enrolled changes. We have for now it would be add to be added to replay coaches can challenge if it's a swing or not and they can look at it in slow. This is a call. They need to get right every time. It wouldn't take that much more time i. It takes a lot more time. Because i feel like every inning. You agree every inning. There's a questionable checks way. I don't know about every inning. But i mean first of all you'd have you have x. Amount of flags you can throw in the field right so check swing would just be like okay this one that one this one. I mean you'd wait for it are there. Are there limits on challenges. I feel like that rule has gone out the window to because i feel like we never talk about. Oh they used up all their challenges if they had the ability to challenge check swings. It would become preposterous if there was if that was not if that was not a police so yes i think is certainly a thing especially in the context of this conversation. Look i don't think it's as big of a problem as as ap thinks it to be honest. I think it is clear. I think the if you're if you if your wrist break if you if you see that the break in the wrists swing that's it. Also a guy came moved the bat all the way through his own and operate. The risk right happens to correct But usually it doesn't usually usually it. Doesn't i actually think this is something they get right. Most of the time umpires. I don't think. I don't think it's a problem. I've never said like that. It's a problem. I don't think it should be added the replay it. I definitely don't need another thing there. That's just way too long less replay please less replay so by issue. I run home. Plate umpire calls it. That's when i have an issue. I agree with that. Have unless it's so unbelievably clear. Then you should always ask either first or third always just ask. It doesn't hurt to ask to people. Because i feel i feel like the time that we get upset. Most and the time players and coaches get most. It's when the home plate empire it into his own hands when he's got the worst angle. Yes that i will i will. I will agree with you on that one. I think that if country joe west is making that call by himself sweating is you can't see a damn thing he's barely standing. He's making that call it home plate. That doesn't that's not right. Ask him tell me on july day when it's when it's one hundred five degrees out like we had one of our events the in two thousand nine hundred and country joe west sweating out tequila from the night before at man is not at equipped to make a check swing call. He's gonna be there in the first place at all he's got he's like bush bush light and ribs. Yeah that's true. Did he retired. But he's not bush light. He's bush heavy. He's a bud heavy heavy. But i don't i do not get every year. I'm walking like his country. Joe west still here. Oh my god how he literally fell on a guy do you. Do you think that umpires should have to go through physical physical training. Don't they have to do that in the nba. They're running back and forth because they have to keep up with the players. Nfl but guess should be able to be hockey refs or some of the best athletes. They're literally skating the entire time..
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"No knees. I don't know if he ever retired but i don't think he's playing baseball again. Okay he might still be under contract to be honest so that's why he hasn't retired. Yeah right hand signed brad hand side with nationals for one year ten and a half million bucks This is a move that i kind of wish the yankees were willing to make and not worry about the luxury tax one year. Ten and a half million bucks. You add another quality arm to the bullpen one and done kind of in a vacuum in a vacuum. It's the yankees. Were never going to do it because of the luxury tax. But don't you agree like that could have been useful signing. Yeah could have gotten a lot more out of him. Probably than at amount of you know. I saw another report that the yankees are looking to dump atom out of. You know they were. They looked like they were trying to dump it in the pittsburgh area. Go take this gotcha. As if it was your boy who is your big signing. He had a good first year. It a great first year. He just saying it really sucked in two thousand nineteen. That's been broken. That was your guy though. I mentioned okay. I mentioned gary sanchez. Earlier pudge rodriguez did a wfan interview. And he had some interesting coming out or something talking to wfan. to be honest. gary sanchez. Guys i got something to say about gary sanchez. What apparently they are. Play for the yankees. I don't know that they're friendly. I don't wanna say friendly. But they have talked and worked together. A few times but only punches. Puerto rican and gary's dominica god oil and water. No no. i'm just saying. Like i. At first i was like oh. Maybe they've got a dominican connection. Then i remember. Pudge rodriguez is puerto ricans. He may be the best. Puerto rican one of the best puerto rican baseball players evidence. Beltran says says no to that. Carlos beltran cheater pudge rodriguez probably did a bunch of steroids when he was in texas. All right. pudge rodriguez said he doesn't enjoy baseball right now. He feels like he comes to the ballpark. And it's depressing thing for him right now. That's what i see. When he's playing. I think too much pressure on himself is trying to do too much of talk to him a few times. And he's very positive. But gary plays in an organization in a city. Where obviously you have to do a good job pretty much. Every night. he needs to breathe. He needs to relax himself. He needs to believe that he's a great player because now the mental part of his game is not there. He feels like everything else. He doesn't have. Baseball is depressing for gary sanchez. Says hall of famer pudge. Rodriguez is absolutely right. This is exactly what we've been talking about this. This this is where. It's falling short for gary right now. It's the mental side of the game. He's got a he's got to believe in himself. He's got all the god-given ability to mash the ball and he's got a a rocket arm he's got all the abilities in the world that's why he's still on this team. That's why the leash along with him. He's gotta get. I've been saying this for years. He needs a frigging sports coach. He needs a sports therapist. Like you need someone just like psychologist. Fix thank you. He needs to fix the mental game to see the fueled. The what was it. I keep going back to this. Move as ball bagger vance he has a see the field like block everything out see. That doesn't golf movie. Good golf movie. Will smith caddy. Not ben affleck the other. One matt damon. What am i thinking of. What's what's the one with kevin costner. I'm thinking of called tin cup where he hits the ball in the water like one hundred times. The it's an amazing it's a it's a great movie Is kevin costner. The best sports movie actor ever does he have the best. Does he have the best sports movie on his. Imdb page he's got. He's got to hall of fame classic baseball movies in Field of dreams and bull. Durham he also has for love of the game. Which is an underrated movie. He's got ten cup. He did draft day. Which i haven't seen solid but very different not. It was entertaining. Also that haven't seen yeah. I think he's up there. I definitely think out there. He's saying ten cop is one of these movies. That's just a phenomenal phenomenal movie. I look he's got he's got to figure it out in his in his in his brain man. That's it like you just gotta get gotta get to that good place get. He's got to get to that happy place he's gotta go stand in front of a. You've gotta be happy. He's gotta imagine his grandmother and a field of whatever. It is whatever that happy. Whatever that happy places. Gary sanchez needs to go there. Because do you know in happy. Gilmore when Shooter mcgavin is like making out with his grandmother instead. Ask gary and gary gary's disturbed happy place is is just like kyle. Gosh yoga like making out with gary. All it's terrible words. Joe joe girardi been been militant and screaming at him. Look i want gary sanchez to succeed. Because you know. Why if gary sanchez is playing. Well it's a very very good thing for the new york yankees. And i'm a new york yankees fan when gary sanchez is an earlier. I folks when jerry sanchez is not playing. Well it's not good for the yankees. Because then we all have to hitch our wagon to kyle ishioka. That's not the best thing in the world. Gary sanchez is bar none the best catcher on this team. He just needs to show it now. And it's gotta be it's between the ear soul. Very much and padre padre guess who clearly has a relationship with gary sanchez is being just the doubling down on this That we've thought for a long time and And proving it to be true so it would just be so fantastic as a yankees fan this year. If we didn't have to have. Gary sanchez talks all season about. If he's gonna start if he's going to not start if he can be the starting catcher because that that's been going on for three seasons whether it's austin roe mind or whether it's cuyahoga yoga like i just don't. I'm so tired of having the conversation. I just want gary like you said to play well so he can shut everyone up and we can just stick him behind the plate..
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Pretty close one hundred and twelve innings at a four point three one day. How much of an impact is that really. It depends on those are felt like is those beginning of the season. You know as a bridge to get to some other guys. They at the end of the season to get but if he's taking a four point three one era into september. He's not i. I can't wait for david garcia to take the ball game two or game three of the playoffs. No you're kind of like well. If we get to a game four flip a coin is going to be garcia. Is it going to be montgomery. Is it going to be clark schmidt. Like that's where he is probably. That's a realistic. Expectation is key. Might start a playoff game and you kind of flip. A coin. With him on the mound. That's just three hours and that's fine. I don't think that the way that they have this thing set up. They're not expecting him to take a playoff start by any means that said if one of these young guys steps up and flashes and is able to you know take a bigger step in. They're expecting than they have. The they certainly have the potential cows point. He's exciting because he's got that potential. Yes that's their saw. The potential in him. He's got to work on some things young kid so there's a lot of things that that he has to get better at but But certainly like the demeanor of him. The talent that he has is is there. And we're seeing this guy. I mean you're you're showing me that. The barrel percentage was not great and the whiff percentage was not right. But what i saw was that his fastball had you deceptive velocity. Because he has he hides it a bit and they were having a very the opposing hitters. Were having a difficult time. Picking up speed sample picking up that that That fastball and when you have deception fastball and you are replicating that same motion and that same delivery for that change up. You're going to get a lot of guys swinging a missing because there's the variance between the two speeds. It doesn't at that at that point. It doesn't necessarily matter as much know your top level speed. So i i liked what i saw. So i'm i'm looking at the Thanh stats right now. And he's got less than a home run per nine innings allowed in his career so far. So that's it doesn't eighteen season and check it out because it's an impressive season He was ninth in jahra ninth and fifth tweeted a phipps that. I can't believe i did that. No when you when you drafted that tweet. Did you not have fifth originally. Then you're like what i've heard andrew talking about this google fi v. I think it's up or fep. Something i'd to google it. I had to look up. Meant that i had to look up the person who is the best at it so i could get a so. I could get a you know. A top level barometer. You used it but do you know why it's impressive. Yes because it takes the field. There's out of play. It tells you the result of the pitch essentially one of the. Wh what i like to do is look. Your fifth is one of the ones that i actually like. I think it's a good step. I just this for the education of all the all the listeners. to in case they want to be educated. Not that i by any means. Donald mackay date this. So what i like to do as i say okay. Look at his era because the ira is a is a old school staff that we all know and love and we all can understand three point two zero era beautiful then i look at his fifth and if his fifth is close then i then my mind says that the ira is legit okay. So it's v that season with three point four six close very close that area was legit however if you look at that three point two two era and then saw a four point one five fifth. You'd say that area not legit. That was likely to come up. Because i was getting about him is that yes exactly because era has luck involved. There's fielder luck. There's there's a lot of to for four point two v and and three to yarra now if it's over over two hundred nine hundred ninety s well over one hundred ninety one innings it probably would would sustain itself in the. Ira would start to come up. You're right about that but say it was one hundred and five innings there could be. It could be a variance there. So the the thing. I'll go back to you in that in that year is yes i know. He had tommy john surgery. There's there's a couple of things if you're looking at if you're looking at his stats from eighteen. And nineteen when he got hurt. There's two things that stuck out to me. One in eighteen hundred ninety one innings pitched love that absolutely love that i think it was top ten in the league and there are a bunch of people bunch up at the top it was it was only a few innings off of the top person. The national league yara in february tied for ninth in the league. So he's among the top ten in the national league in a lot of these stats when you look at two thousand berg's a good place to pitch to let's also when you look at two thousand and you look at two thousand and nineteen. Look if you're i don't know what you have but if you have a thanks so look at the difference between the sliders also. There was a major again. Small amount of innings. He only pitched like thirty nine innings. Thirty seven things in two thousand nine hundred but his slider percentage was up and when you think about his delivery and what you have to do with your arm when you throw a slider. There's definitely more torque on your elbow at that point so i don't know if that had anything to do with it. That's just a coincidence. But he definitely upped his slider a percentage that year. I think it was like thirty nine percent or something like that. It was it was much higher So the the whole the. I mentioned earlier less than a home runs per nine innings allowed in his career and i was expecting his ground ball rate to be a lot higher. I mean his rate fit. Yeah which is decent. But it's not like it's not crazy high like by no means is he a ground ball rioters. When i was. I was looking at that too because i thought the exact same thing. It's funny and then. I went back to gary cole- stats. I was looking to see what was is like forty forty three close. They're both pretty close. Yeah yeah and and garrett cole give up two home runs per nine innings last year. So Yeah i mean that also might be a product of pitching in pittsburgh. Like i said pittsburgh's a good place to pitch. That's true to some of those fly ball and he's going to be coming to yankee stadium. He's gonna pitching fenway toronto baltimore all these places always that a lot of home runs. Those are those are those are places in the american league's wise. I'm interested in the other. So we know the injury. That's one of the obviously the thing that we have to look for the the second thing that assuming health at this point we gotta look to see how he is making adjustments and how he's reacting to these pitching mechanic as well you shortening her arm swing that that's a. That's a pretty big. That's a pretty big delivery difference and not going all the way back so being able to one keep the velocity up which i've seen reports that he's ninety five ninety six. He's he's still pop. The glove You know can't that mechanical elbows. You can see how it is to get back into bad bad habits getting all the way back there or if he's able to really be disciplined in stay now. What mabley is this new thing. Well if he could do with a computer yeah. I don't know if he's physically able to touch his elbow or is allowed to touch the players. No no especially not during covid no touching but even africa but i'm not sure lakes allowed to touch the players. Get behind the computer nerds. Tell us what you see. He's only allowed to glass. You're not you're not. You're not allowed to talk to me. He looked so nervous. When you went out to the mount every single time so buster olney was tweeting. A you mentioned this a few minutes ago that garrett cole and him our friends and like the yankees got a recommendation from coal. Basically that this guy yes you wanna trade for this guy s. You're you're buying that. You're drinking drinking that kool aid. You kidding me this. This is exactly the cool. I know where you're going with. Let me let me go there. Then please let me go there..
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Savvy had surgery february twenty seventh. I was one day off ferro. Twenty-seventh that means his timetable to return to competition. Put him somewhere in march to may of two thousand twenty one cashman do remember in his press conference said could be june could be july could earlier be later. It's probably going to be later. You regret i. And i think a move like this the fact that they have all this depth look. I was pining for them to go out and make a big move with pitching because they had the ability to do that. because the roster's the roster played out that they had the they have a available spots on the major league roster for a major league pitcher and they could have made a trade or made a big free agent splash and been good because they have these minor league guys who can stay in the minor leagues for a little bit. That's not exactly what they did. They made a couple moves but they added body so they they went halfway there. They weren't half of that maybe even a little further than halfway there. They added bodies that have serious potential right kluber arab. We talked about this last week. I think is potential is extremely curb. I don't think it's what everybody thinks. It is jameson. I think does have a very very high ceiling. If he's healthy he's got he's got all of the ability in the world and i think there's a very high ceiling there that we had bought time. There are there are a ton of arms right. Now that can contribute today on the major league roster and that's a very some of them you've got to find out of the the lot of arms behind garrett cole to that you have confidence with putsch pitching in october. That's the goal for the regular season. Find two out of the seven to have confidence going into october. But the that study continues that it found anecdotal evidence and it talked to Or sorry if found anecdotal evidence and it also looked at actual data to find for whatever reason teams ease their pitchers back into their full workload in the first season. Back from tommy. John surgery however there is no evidence to directly link workload and injury following. Tommy john surgery that makes sense so teams still take a slow approach with their pitchers. They don't have them pitch full innings. They have on pitch counts etc. However there's no evidence to suggest that if a pitcher goes back into his full workload in his season following tommy. John surgery that it's going to directly lead to the same injury again. I don't think it's always a about leading to the same injury. I think it's also about finding your mechanics. Finding the the the you know the confidence level for the pitcher on the mound to get back to where he was before surgery. So there's a lot of other things that play into this besides them potentially getting reinjured. I think most of the time what we see the year after a tommy john surgery when a guy comes back yes he physically ready to come back. He's back but he's not pitching to the same. You know the same lines that he would Before the surgery you don't see the the a lot of the same sharpness of the pitches. The location is takes a little while the comeback and again that confidence. I think that confidence the big thing. It just takes them to. You know it takes a beat for them to get back to the major league pitcher that they think they can be so. That's more to me. Why i think then bringing him slowly long. Build his confidence out. Make sure that the pictures are refined all those things rather than the the pitch lot so they have the ability to do that now. He doesn't need to be you know mediocre on the major league level. He can work on it behind the scenes and to kyle's question about what we think about debbie garcia his stats for twenty twenty. Three thirty four and a third innings. Four point nine eight year lamb playoff point one game two planner. Big big. Start in game two of the playoffs. Four point one five fifth. His statcast ranks are actually underwhelming. But i kinda wanna just. The caveat of only thirty four innings in their his best metric was walk percentage he ranked near the top of the league in walk percentage which is good but he allowed hard hit. He allowed high exit philosophy high. He hit kinda hard when guys made contact. Barrel percentage was bad with percentage was bad. He had good curve spin rate as well. However if you remember that start against boston he just didn't have his curveball and he got crushed. So i feel like that curve balls and x factor pitch for garcia was that when curbs on it kind of opens up his fastball and his changeup when curveballs not on he he's pretty hit -able at least that's what we saw in twenty twenty. I just don't think we saw enough to to really get a gauge of what he has long term. I think we saw flashes of what he can be in. We saw his deception. And i'll i'll take really from what we saw. David garcia in twenty twenty twenty was just for me all. I tests like these numbers. Don't really mean that much to me. Because just what would you take zips. Twenty twenty one projections for him. If if you could say right now i'll take that or not a roll. The dice hundred twelve innings pitched four point three or four point. Three on your hundred Yeah i bet. It's not a full season but that's pretty close. Yeah so when. You're todd about xp i'd like to see him take another. I'd like to see that that that short stint in twenty twenty did him well for twenty one and he'd be able to like the kid doesn't get phase as what we saw. It's a matter of just being sharpened preparing for major league season. I think that will be a big deal for him coming in now that he's already kind of gotten that out of the way totally. But i think when when kyle's question about will we have debbie garcia as as another guy in the rotation. I mean projections. You even just said..
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"They were talking about of a bunch about this trade in what the talks were with cashman and apparently they were in moscow. Well yes they did not which made me happy because we talked about that last week. I was like why wasn't even rumored. The yankees were in on moscow. But they were they were and what what cashman decided to do not go after him and take that that i guess bigger risk with james tien i i guarantee a lot of teams were extremely scared away because of these arteries and for whatever reason the yankees feel good about the The the where he is the health. He's definitely you know tried to revamp some mechanics if you look at him throwing now and where he was. He's put out some videos of throwing Just before around. Christmas time and Earlier in the month and you can certainly see the shorter arm blue blankets he. He doesn't go back as far. If you look at some of the older pictures of time in pittsburgh you see that ball like all the way above his head behind his back like really high and outstretched and you could just you know if you if you can continue that That arc in your mind you can see the big looping arm swing and there's a lot of torque on the elbow and you're doing that so they're definitely trying to comfort and and you know a cradle that elbow and make sure it. Doesn't you know hopefully guessing get into another bad position. So how much of the decision to not go. After months grove as hard or not make a trade for moscow of and decide to trade for thanh was due to their salary because musk grove is do four point. Four five million this coming season and tahu change shoe point to two point two five so about half they're both arbitrary under arbitration for the following season and then they're both free agents twenty twenty three so they're time line is different. It's just that i on makes about half rate now as what musk me. Well i'm sure also had. I mean there are some considerations there but i feel like with that amount of money. You can move things around and make a work if you needed to. But there was a higher prospect pool. That was that was needed For for that trade. Anton was a better value. And if you can get a guy who's coming out pitching again if he's healthy. I think it's a win. That's that's the biggest. That's the biggest thing. If if he can pitch to a pitch this season you the chances are he's doing pretty well because he's a good pitcher. So i like the move i really do. And the fact is that most probably going to be a much bigger and more expensive pool. Maybe they're asking for a major league player in into our or frazier. Who knows but. I'm happy with this i am. I think i'm happy to i. I don't want to get carried away like you were talking about managing expectations. This is not a you. Stick them behind garrett cole in the playoffs and you're confident against anyone he's going but that's not the type of pitch true it very well could be it very well could be. Because if he's pitching to that two thousand eighteen stat line. He's a damn good pitcher. That's a that's a solid number two. I know that but that is over a year ago two years ago plus tommy john surgery so it makes me feel better because the tommy john surgery now were were getting into well into our second year which is when we actually start to see these guys throwing much better so his rehab is tommy. John he had the surgery august of two thousand. So by the time august of this year rolls around two years removed from that surgery whereas severino is only a year out from the surgery as we speak right. Now i mean. He had surgery last february end of last february. I think it was february. Twenty sixth is when severino had the surgery of last year. So he's he's not gonna reach that two year mark until next for no but he's gonna be well into that second year. So i think severino at the end of the i think another thing what this does is it just buys more time for severino which i think they're trying to do and because they're certainly not gonna rush him back and if you put him towards the end of this season middle end of the season you're well into your two for him as well and and you're hopefully going to see better results physically you know him and making cleaner mechanical changes and things like that so can i actually mailbag question because it talks about that very thing it's from kyle in this was sent before the taihang trade just fyi but it it dovetails nicely into what we're what we're discussing says hey guys pumped i found the show this past year and appreciate all you guys do talking about the upcoming season in hearing what you guys touched on. I is pitching really our biggest worry. A feel like our pitching kind of held up for the most part in seems pretty much the same next year if not better last year. Playoff hittings garbage. We've got to put up runs. And i'm tired of seeing joe state and torres stanton and co strikeout. Starting pitching can you guys dissect what you really think about with debbie garcia. I think this kid looks good as a ton of potential for the second half of the season. Could we see cole. Severino kluber debbie and montgomery. Thanks hells keep up the good work now. We know we're going to be adding tie on that. Mix as well but the part. I want to talk about. I read a study published in two thousand seventeen about pitcher performance following. Tommy john surgery. Because i think it. Now especially with two guys on the roster. It's extremely important. The estimated time for recovery is twelve to twelve to fifteen months. The average return to competition is four hundred and fifty two days. That is the average for all of the pictures that they looked at returning to action that means returning to a major league mound not returning to a a spring training mound or anything like that or recovery..
"jameson" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"What's up everyone. Welcome to the bronx pinstripe. Show episode five hundred and ten acres mid a move jameson on after fifteen minutes of google and figure out how to pronounce his last name. I am ninety nine point. nine percent. sure it's thanh. Because i found a sports net pittsburgh broadcast that introduced the man and you know what the yankees got corey. Kluber corey kluber. I am far more excited about the tie on acquisition. Am corey kluber. I feel like at least. I don't know why. Maybe it's just a trade and it's not the yankees going back to the well of. Let's see if this previously all star level player can recapture some magic and stay healthy and let's be. Let's sorta gamble on that. I understand tie on has his own injury history but at least he's on the younger end. At least there's some new upside there right that the like the unknown as exciting. I guess i feel like you're talking yourself into this one. I'm i'm a very excited about this. Because yes the guy has injury history. He's he's back from his second. Tommy john john. That's a rare club. That's a rare club him nathan of all day talking about but so he's been ready to throw going on bullpens since september of last year like the guy was trying to get into games and he's got all the upside in the world like that's the beauty about him. You say he's young. He's twenty nine years old. So he's youngish. He's he's he's under thirty. That's good is younger than me. He's he's youngish and he's got pedigree like unbelievable pedigree and not too long ago two thousand eighteen. He showed what he could do. He had a very good season. And through a lot of innings. So i'm very excited about this. Because i think this is this is exactly where cashman does this is what we were talking about. This was the way that they were going to add. They were going to find the opportunities across baseball. Cashman was gonna look for these opportunities and and make a trade. That was a a lo- Low value for against the cap for this year and and probably trade minor. That your state didn't give anything up if you wanna look at dot mcgill I'm sorry go johore her. It was probably the one that you'd be looking at me like we saw him a little bit. He did show some decent stuff but again not the yankees. Have half a dozen of miguel. You hurries in the minors that hard right handed throwing catches like are probably bullpen arms. Yes they have a solid handful of them and they're all pretty damn close to each other as far as what the upside is. The all of them just need to have some control. If they have control they will get They will get an opportunity that being said this is a starting pitcher six five Former number two pick a long time ago but a former number two pick. Oh and by the way one of his best friends if not his best friend in baseball is garrett cole to me wasn't a big deal someone posts in our group something from instagram stories of the two of them get someone posted. That's not current right. That's not a car i will. I will believe that it's from yesterday. Did you look like they were in. That look like they were in a college kid. No no they were just hanging out in like a basement bar or something drinking some wine. That's what it looks like. They were doing. I think that that very well could have been. I think that's an old picture from their on a picture of its on his instagram literally daycare. At kohl's it's a it's a gift it's back and forth. Yeah of him choosing an old. It doesn't matter. Here's the thing their friends. And it's beautiful. And the fact that he. I've heard multiple interviews. Now this guy talking a couple of other podcasts that you know he just wasn't at a level of maturity when when he was with caracul to be on that level were gear kohl's like years above beyond anybody else now. He's at a point where he can start to to to drink that water a little bit more. Let's drink that gatorade. And i think you're going to have a good impact. Obviously the biggest thing here is if this guy can stay healthy this. This is what i'm about to say. I really has no no basis in reality or anything like that. So this i don't put in the same category as cashman trying to trade for james paxton are trying to trade for sonny gray or even Pineda those guys. Laura and much lower risk that those guys were brought in to be potentially the yankees ace they all had as potential or they were aces on their previous team. They were brought in to save the yankees rotation and there was pretty decent prospects going back to the other team number one prospects. Two of those cases. Yeah in pineda's case it was. It was just montero who i know flopped completely but he was the yankees number one prospect at the time and was projecting a damn good hitter when he was with the yankees and then sunny grace case. They gave some injury. Risk is but three All was in the top. Ten billion was the yankees farm as top five. I believe the time he was. He was all all three of the players that they've traded to oakland. Were in the top seven of the yankees system when they when they traded him at the time and then for james paxton justice sheffield was the yankees number one pitching prospect when they made that trade so those are much more high profile prospects going to the other team in the pitchers coming to the yankees. Were had a lot higher expectations. This one's lower. This is a lower radar. Move james tien. Jamison is not expected to be the yankees number one pitcher. He's not even expect to be the yankees number two pitcher and maybe it's foolish but that gives me more confidence hill actually contribute and and and and help but the but the biggest thing for him is injury history. So that's that's the biggest thing for him. The you're you're a To tommy john expectations are made us. Your expectations are managed that. That's that's the number one thing for you. You can't have expectations. That are higher. Or if garrett cole wasn't here you would not like this move because you would see it as trying to dig up a number one somewhere you put words in my manipulated trade and then seeing potential and then not actually going after it. That's what you would think because there's nothing in this guy's history that says he's a number one pitcher. He had good season in two thousand eighteen. He's not and what not a number one season in two thousand and it was. It was a solid it a very good season. Yes i know that in the national league in the national league central. It's it's it's just different. The talked about actually central but the american league east specifically for offenses like the top division in baseball for the last ten years so he's had some rest he's good he's got he's got a year and a half off and there's certainly risks because now potentially by the time july rolls around twenty twenty one the yankees are relying on two pitchers in their starting rotation in their first season. Back from tommy johnson. Yeah for sure. Severino severino entirely on And who knows if miguel turns into a number one pitcher in pittsburgh. We're going to say brian cashman. You're stupid more on. Why'd you make that trade. But i don't think any of those prospects that the yankees gave up are going to turn into awesome players for the for the pirates. They're all kind of lottery ticket. Prospect guys. it was a good move. It was an absolutely it was it was a it was a shrewd move..
"jameson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Everybody You're back with Cheryl Alters Jameson and thank you for spending. Part of your Saturday afternoon with us, and today us is myself along with Johnson. Claire Chef Sean is the proprietor that the executive chef, the head honchos, He doesn't all along with his wife, Katie. There are wonderful team and they are now running the new restaurants and the cast, Aneta As well as the new bottle shop. So, Sean, which one do you want to start with you Gotta start with was a thing I think is probably a good place to start than we could talk about where we're going from there. Uh, So the bottle shop is a branding project for us. Previously, we were occupying the spaces and we still are, but they're not open on the south side of the building are are beautiful Bar Castaneda on the patio, uh, in the dining room for Ken. When told it happened, You know, obviously. Lot changed. Luckily for us, we had a big patio and did great patio service all summer outdoor dining. I think our seating capacity before Cove. It was nearly 200 so Uh, that really helped to have all that space. Uh, but you know that winter came and we don't have anywhere to see people. Uh, And we have a We have a license here that allows us to do on premise and off premise, which is a huge asset through. You know these challenging times. So promise liquor sales. That's right. Yeah, that's right on on premise, consumption and off premises consumption.
Turnovers Doom Saints in 30-20 NFC Divisional Playoffs Loss to Bucs
"Bill. I just want to dive into it here. Because there's a lot to get to after watching the bucks. Beat the saints. Thirty to twenty so new orleans had been in tampa bay twice this season in week. One about four hundred years ago and then again in november. So what was the difference in this game vs those other two. I really simple pablo the saints. Just didn't protect the football. In the two regular season games between these teams the saints won the turnover battle. Both times there are plus three in the week one victory and then one up in the rematch. Tom brady threw five picks across those two games. Only seven in his other fourteen games. That really felt like the saints had his number and they were gonna have to flip that to win in new orleans. Well they flipped. It didn't turn the ball over the saints coughed up. Four times including three interceptions drew brees. The bucks turned the first few takeaways and two touchdowns and use the fourth to wrap up the game and kneel down. It's virtually impossible to win a playoff game. That sort of margin the saints will just sloppy in this game. Mean breeze could have thrown four or five picks. He threw an awful interception under pressure for the first one and on the same page with alvin kamara on a scene route for the second interception. The third bounced off jared cook. Who also fumbled away a completion on a drive where the saints were looking at. Go up to scores. They lost the ball and proceeded to give up seventeen unanswered points to end their season. So clearly the bucks had a formula of sorts for stopping breeze in it seemed like every aspect of this game. But it's not just that they stopped him instead. They made him look straight up terrible really often and i'm wondering how did they do that to that degree. Well i really think that todd bowles bucks defense. Look the tape from last week's game against the bears look how drew brees was playing. Look at how pal those receivers were moving and just didn't think there was anybody in that lineup who could reliably win against man coverage or beat them down field with their speed. This was especially true. After the saints lost deonte harris who had two long punt returns early in this game to a neck injury the saints did get a long touchdown but it was not with brees on the field. It was the lone snap for one jameis winston who came in and use the same trick. Play the bears ran against them last week. For a long touchdown coming across his sanders they handed to them. Refers goes to jameson mega man. Wide open trade smith at the twenty five fifteen ten five and a touchdown saints and jameis winston. What a touchdown pass against his former overall when breeze on the field it was pretty clear at the game plan was to dare him and his receivers to try and take shots towards the sidelines and get downfield and the game plan worked the bucks used heavy doses of twists and stunts upfront create pressure and then just smothered breezes receivers. I honestly it really felt the only reason. Sean payton didn't bench breeze for winston on the last drive. The game is because it was probably a last few snaps of drew brees his career.
Churches hold scaled-back, online services for Christmas
"Gathered for Christmas Day Mass at the Cathedral of ST Matthew The Apostle in D C and heard words of encouragement from Monsignor Ronald Jameson. And if you feel perhaps just a little tired Perhaps a little out of breath at this moment. Consider yourself in good company. Company of shepherds and SAGES. The church followed social distance guidelines and posted the mass online area churches have turned to online services because of the Corona
The Best Ads of 2020
"You're listening to yeah. That's probably and the ad we podcast. We've talked about marketing media technology in pop culture because in the end everything is an ad especially this week. Because it's our ads of the year episode. Look forward to this all year. We get to nerd out about which adds stunts activation chains weird random social media responses from brands. We really liked this year and joining me this year to talk about it. We've got enes alaya who covers Performance marketing experiential marketing for edwige. Ian it is always great to have you here. Hello thanks for having me. We've also got katie lindstrom katie as a reporter who covers up breaking news and quite often big creative campaigns that are coming out katie. It is always a pleasure to have you joining us from your in austin austin texas. Got to be here and We've also got jamison fleming senior editor for membership here at ad week. jamieson has He's involved in just about everything H- here dad wake. And so i can't think of someone better to have kind of a big picture over overview and opinions on a lot of the biggest work that came out of the year. Jameson thanks so much for making time for us. Yeah accent. it'd be here excited to really digest very weird here battle tossing. It really was and i have to say of all the years of doing this every year. The ads a determining the as years difficult just I'll go and give the the can alert in the sense that Add wigs twenty five ads of the year Including our number one pick are all on dot com as of monday So if you're listening to this Probably monday or later. You should be able to find that on advocate dot com this year. We also did a reader's choice Bracket for the first time where we let. We identified thirty two of the biggest campaigns of the year and again ads and weird social responses. And even some political fundraisers and people really went nuts with it Jamison unload by you. And i both been watching edwige stuff for a long time. The level of this readers choice voting online was bananas. Yeah i mean the the semi finals between oreos and stake of guts. Seventy two thousand votes just on twitter. And i don't think i've ever seen any twitter poll by any twitter user. Get seventy two thousand votes so kind of crazy. When two brands with loyal followings can do twitter to say at least yeah that one was a crazy match of oreo created a doomsday vault when among many other doomsday scenarios happening this year There was an asteroid supposedly headed toward earth and so oreo created an underground bunker to save its recipes and Other things so That was up against stay. Combs campaign on social media against misinformation which was a very different kind of form of marketing. But they're following turned out in force. Seventy two thousand votes later. Oreo was the winner. Only i will say by promising to follow back. People who voted thing and then and then had a real struggle to follow through on their campaign from us. So as we record this we are in the final round which is orioles doomsday vault versus The princess bride reunion which was a fundraiser for wisconsin. Democrats really brilliant idea. They brought together just almost every Living actor and a person behind the princess bride Fred savage couldn't make it because it was his brother's birthday and he was spent with him but Everyone else pretty much. He's alive was there and As a really fantastic idea. So we won't know the winner when we record this because those are being battled out over the weekend but we will be able to talk about our favorites. So with that katy. We're we're just gonna go round robin here we're gonna talk about. Each of us has individual favorites. We i am happy to talk about ad. Weeks official favorites. But let's start out just on individual katie tells about one or two that you really love this year. I was thinking about this and just kind of thinking back to the ones that i shared with my own friends and family this year. That are you know. There's some overlap in some that are just kind of silly oreos already shouted out orioles doomsday camp. But they're proud parent Short film they released a couple of months ago. One that i just thought was really powerful. And i ended up sharing with it with a bunch of different people just because i thought it was a beautiful little short film and the story behind it was at the two actors who play a gay couple are actually partners in real life and it really came through when i thought was just like a lovely example of storytelling and then to shut up the mid west. The canadian beer brand labatt made some ads in that came out in the summer but it was like they had to completely reshoot their campaign so many brands had to this year. After creating a summer campaign that was not pandemic friendly and then having to totally start from scratch and there's was one of the one of the first stories like this that i covered in more like in-depth way they literally got back from there shoot for their summer campaign on the same day. That trump announced a national emergency. And then they that these two creatives just like created these really funny ads from with it within their own homes using like a power washer to simulate tubing and using a spray bottle and a little treadmill dissimulate like wake boarding. So it's kind of a funny way to pretend like these midwesterners we're at the out at the lake having a good time when that wasn't actually possible this summer over the summer so those were a couple of them now. Did you see that one griner. No no i didn't catch that one. It's it was by the burns group in and it's a pretty small like regional brand. But i just thought it was such an interesting pivot to use the word of the year.
A Day Laborer Who Dreamed Of Returning Home To Mexico Dies Of COVID-19
"Have the story of a man who lived in the margins struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. There's a Home Depot parking lot west of downtown Los Angeles. Day laborers line up on the corner waiting for construction jobs. Until recently, there was a man who always sat under a small tree on the sidewalk. His name was pulling over Ramos. This was kind of his spot leading in the shade for jobs. Ramos isn't here anymore. The last time anyone here saw him he was sitting under that tree with his head down. Something was wrong with him. S o. He was sitting there waiting for a job, but he was like, have pain in my chest, and she wasn't able to breathe. Jorge Nicholas works at the Central American Resource Center of L. A. He's the organizer at that day Labor Center and he knew Ramos. So one of the workers here took him to the to the ER. And after nine way never felt him in Polina Ramos is one of more than 290,000 people who have died from Cove in 19 in the United States. He was 53 years old. He was a day laborer. Desperate turn a paycheck in the middle of this pandemic. NPR's Danny. Hey, Jack spoke to some of the workers who remember their friend. Rufer named Fernando Sanchez waits for jobs along the busy corner this morning, he and Paulina Ramos used to wait out here together, reminiscing about their lives in Mexico. Of it. Uh, almost e saw him a few days before he went to the hospital. Sanchez says he stares at the ground as he talks about his friend. Yeah, more more than the bedroom. He looked really thin. He lost a lot of weight, he says, Hey, looked sad E think When someone thinks they're going to die, they know it. They could just feel it being soft. Yellow President Erica Sanchez is standing near a makeshift memorial for Ramos. Workers set up a small table with flowers and prayer candles that could be seen from the street. The flowers are wilted now. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says workers here don't normally share their feelings. But their friend's death has changed that they can't even believe it because they don't even think with he's passed away way know about design. Behind the flowers. There is a black and white picture. It's Ramos in a hospital bed, hooked up to machines and tubes as he battled Cove in 19, But the color photo the workers pinned above the memorial. Reminds them of the Paulino Ramos. They all knew a quiet man with graying black hair mustache and the little smile. Ramos was alone here in the U. S. It had been years since you've seen his family back in Mexico, his wife and three kids and grandkids he'd never met. He was, um I love your father, a loving husband and he always trying to provide for his family. That's the reason he came here to be able to provide a better opportunity for his kids. Nicholas says Ramos worked demolition shops across L A for over a decade around hazardous materials like this pestis and mold in concrete dust that makes workers like llamas more vulnerable to complications from covert 19. Forget this was all about some common chemicals. There are strong chemicals in the old buildings we work in, says Jesus Mon. Hey, He's one of the older workers waiting on the corner here. He's been a painter since the eighties, which hand pick a Jameson Don't be. A lot of workers here have damaged their lungs, he says, including me. Move. Bella Heroes Depending on all these stories are a reality for day laborers. Most employers don't provide protective equipment. They don't provide health insurance. Either day. Laborers don't get sick pay, and many workers like Ramos are undocumented. Mario Gara is a welder from El Salvador. He's been apart from his family, too. And as he stands in this parking lot He wonders if he'll suffer the same fate. Is Ramos. Nobody flat over a woman? The Sally port? Remember guns everywhere. E don't know if I'll ever go home to El Salvador or if I'll die here, he says. I want to see my mom and my daughter, but that's life life already hard made even harder. Since the pandemic shutdowns in March, work in this parking lot has dried up, and Ramos could no longer pay his rent. He did find a little help. He received a $300 grant from the Central American Resource Center of L. A and the National Day laborer organizing network. Ramos. It was a lifeline. He recorded this video to think the donors Mayama. Polly. No, this is Ramos is voice mail Yesterday E got money for food and rent, he says. I'm grateful. I got help, so at least I could eat. I'll try to make it last. Well, God cinema. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says he can still hear Ramos is deep voice. They talked a lot about family, Ramos dreamed of returning home. So we could finally meet his grandkids. You used to get very nostalgic when he talked about coming back to Mexico to his family. You know something right? Because I had two little ones. So he used to tell me like, spend time with your little ones. You know as much as you can. I'm sorry. I think that your kids, you spend time with your kids. Last week. Paulino Ramos is remains were sent back to his family in Mexico.
Data Begins To Provide Some Answers On Pregnancy And The Pandemic
"All considering our health more during the Koven 19 pandemic, But women who are pregnant as the Corona virus circulates through society may have even more concerns. Are they more vulnerable to the disease? And what about their babies? But in the early days of the pandemic, there was very little research to provide answers. Now a number of new studies and CDC reports are out and the picture is beginning to be more clear. Dr. Denise Jamison is the chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Emory University. She's also a member of the Kobe task Force of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr Jamison. Thanks for joining us Thanks so much. I want to start with a big overview. So many women were concerned early on if they were pregnant or just had a newborn of what this could mean for them and their babies. How worried if at all, should pregnant women and mothers of newborns be about Coben 19 at this point based on what science tells us Well, I think these recent findings over the last few weeks should be somewhat reassuring to pregnant women and their families. However, I still think there are many reasons to be vigilant about covert 19. It's still really important that pregnant women take measures to protect themselves, and it's also really important that pregnant women have access to cope in 19 vaccines as soon as they're available. Let's talk about some specific concerns Women had there was a fear that if a pregnant woman was covert positive, she might pass that along to her baby, either in utero or during childbirth. Do we know if that happens? Well, it seems to be able to cross the placenta and infect fetuses during pregnancy. However, the good news is that this doesn't seem to happen very often. And there isn't evidence that when this happens, there's an association with birth defects. The way we found with viruses like Sica, and those babies are generally okay despite being infected for the most part, the babies yes have done well. Pregnant women in general are more susceptible to respiratory infections and Koba 19 is obviously a respiratory disease. Do we know if Kobe has exacerbated respiratory issues and pregnant women? They're probably more likely to have severe disease if they're infected with Cove it But this increased risk is not nearly as dramatic as it is with some other respiratory infections such as influenza. Which seems to be something that it applies to the general population as well. People who are in some way have compromised health often find themselves more compromised when they get Cove it that's correct. Some of these studies are small. What caveats would you have to say about the limitations of what we know so far, Although we continue to learn more every day, I think they're important challenges to all the data. The biggest problem is that most of thie reports don't have an appropriate comparison group, so you have to be able to compare either. Pregnant women with Cove it to non pregnant women with Cove it or you need to be able to compare pregnant Cove it positive women too pregnant Koven negative women. And for many of these studies, they don't have an appropriate comparison group. There were some women wondering if they should avoid getting pregnant during the pandemic. Would you advise that toe? Wait till it's over. To try to have a baby? I would not recommend to delay in pregnancy. I think women can take measures to avoid Cove. It During pregnancy and to protect themselves during pregnancy and when to get pregnant is such a personal and complicated decision on this pandemic will probably be with us for a while, I would not advise delaying pregnancy solely on the basis of the covert pandemic. Dr Jameson and your job. Do you still work with patients? Yes, I am on labor and delivery. Today you are. Have you found that the experience of being pregnant or having a baby during the pandemic has Compromised or reduce the joy of pregnancy and delivery for any women. I hope it hasn't substantially reduced the joy of having a baby. But I do worry that with restrictions on visitation in the hospital and then also the social isolation after women go home from the hospital, I do think it's fundamentally change the experience of having a baby in a way that you wish it hadn't It sounds like yes. I look forward to a day when the pandemic is over, and we have a safe, available effective vaccine and we don't have to social distance. That's Dr Denise Jamison of Emory University. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you for your interest in this topic.
"jameson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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City turns flood-prone properties into a trail system
"To rivers run through ELKHART Indiana and in two thousand, eighteen heavy storms caused record breaking floods. The damage was extensive we had fema come in of course I. think that was kind of the wind up call for a lot of the people in the city and the administration itself saying we need to prevent this from happening again in the future. Jameson Czarnecki is director of the ELKHART Environmental Center. He says to hold more water during heavy rain. The city has been updating its combined sewer and stormwater system, and it just continued an effort that began in the ninety s buying out property owners who live in the flood plain. We have a trail called the river greenway and it's one hundred and twenty Acre greenway system that we purchased a lot of the homes from and then remove those homes and then turned it back into riparian zone to prevent some of that flooding. He says resonance can also help by keeping stormwater grades clear and planting trees and rain gardens that absorb brain. We do a variety of programming throughout the year with rain barrels, discussing how people can make their lawns more habitat friendly, more preventative for flooding. So as Elkhart experiences more heavy rain residents can stay safe and dry.
Judge: Doctrine shielding police from lawsuits is wrong
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge says the Supreme Court should sweep away qualified immunity for law enforcement officers a lawsuit brought against a white Mississippi police officer has led a federal judge to call on the U. S. Supreme Court to overturn the principle of qualified immunity Clarence Jameson a black resident of nieces South Carolina sued white Mississippi police officer Nick but Clinton saying the Clinton used to Jameson's race as a motivating factor for pulling the Clinton over in traffic and searching his car U. S. district judge Carlton Reeves who is African American dismissed the lawsuit Tuesday citing court precedents on qualified immunity but he wrote that the principal has shielded officers who violate people's constitutional rights I might cross you
"jameson" Discussed on The Lucky Few
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"jameson" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"jameson" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"That they got one for their kid when they were going when the mom and dad were going through divorce, spoke to the. Of their kids sort of deal within the able to talk about emotions. You. Know some people are getting them. When they're the seed silly to say but when their pets pass away. because. It's sad, it's sad. I have had some people reach out who've had failed adoptions numb. Who just don't know how to say that? They need to be recognized as a mother. That's lost something. And I. Actually had one woman. By several of them for. Some others who's dodge sorry adoption spell through. Just as a way of acknowledging that they are mom, and that is something that they can wear when they're having a really bad day. The designs are gorgeous. You're very talented in the I. I think it's something that Ah this might sound really. Incentive, but I have on hand like everyone should buy these cards and have them on hand you know, and then it's like it's they're out the ready I! I guess everyone's saying that didn't sound I. Don't think that's offensive. Because it's just it's the reality being be people. You love or GonNa face grief. We we need to be ready to be a friend I think I am not sort of the idea behind the cards i. mean yes, you know if if you're facing A. if you're facing a friend who's going through grief? Obviously, yes, please get them this card, but also. Have them on hand so that when something really terrible happens you just you have something that you can pass over just like a little token of love that you can give to somebody. Bosses unexpected career. Plan for it, yeah, I'm so appreciative. Just going to say I think it's appropriate to in this moment of the pandemic, because loss I mean, we are Green as a as a not just as a country, but as a world, and there's something to like that shared experience of grief that. I think is. It's easy to not take the time to sit with it. in the midst of like Corentin life being with your kids inside and all that but I think it's really important to make space for that. Yeah I'm so. I'm so thankful for you Katie and for the work that you do here because it's not, it's on easy thing that you're doing and I'm really grateful for the actual tangible product to I'm I can think of every time that I've been faced with someone else's grief, and that you're talking about awkwardness, and that like that feeling of I just. This isn't even my grief, but sulphur sale went out like out of this and I don't know what to do I don't know what to say. I don't know how to do anything here. And then going to silence, but feeling burdened all of that and it's. Such a wild idea that someone is going through something so tragic and as someone who loves them that we have these needs to be needed or like to help or to the right thing. And I like how you talked about. That's all just Kinda the process, but to have those tools from someone. It feels invaluable, so thank you. Thanks for what you're putting into the world and thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Robbing sharing this story in a timely time, Ula, our listeners know. Where else they can learn about you. Yeah I'm I'm on Instagram, You can find me at. Katie underscore underscore Jameson. Katie Jason taken guys. GotTa go with others. WHO under there. And then you can find all of my pins and cards and a lot of. My writing on grief I do do a lot of reading and journaling about Greece, and you can find that on my blog, which is Katie Jameson Dot. Ca Your newsletter that if people can sign up for in Houston, beautiful? Quotes Do. Try to give. So on Mother's Day people will be getting a sort of like a quote relating sort of Mace print that they can either just copied the quote into attacks and send it to a friend, or they can download print incentive somewhere I really want to sort of shift my advocacy towards. Giving people who were supporting others in grief, giving them tangible ways to help. Mother's Day this year's Mace tenth may tenth may talent. This is airing may fifth but the Sunday before? Mother's Day tell our listeners. What got is the Sunday before Mother's Day third is bereaved mothers day. and. A lot of people probably don't even know that this day exists. And I'm so happy that you don event in your life. But there are a lot of women in the world who would like to be seen on this day and so I just I really hope that people recognize that may third is the day for MOMS who have lost a child. And for US listening, because people are hearing this after the fact, do you feel like it's never too late like get the card and. It is an easily. Never too late. Yeah Yeah. So hopefully everyone will do in their own way to reach out to people who are experienced is kind of great, but then you can also go to Katie Jameson dot ca in by these cards in sending them even if they're coming after Thursday. Never, take all right Katie. We're going to let you go. Thank you again for sharing your story in taking time to be with us. We appreciate having the more than we can know and friends. We're GONNA be right back. Stay tuned for from our sponsor in an interview with our family of the week. Are here, producer of the lucky few podcasts and I wanted to share with you about listening to your podcast on spotify. On spotify you can listen to all your favorite artists and podcast in one place for free. 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"Adopted in our first child, I remember being so excited, and then also same as you heather thing of her birth, Mom and The day before Mother's Day is National Birth Mother's Day. Where MOMS who have given up their kids for adoption can be honored and I just I would love to sit down. I would love to sit down and talk to Sonny's mom, but we have a closed adoption so expecting that but I would love to be able to sit down with a birth mother WHO's given up their child for adoption just year how they feel on that day. So I'm really excited that we're talking with Katie Jameson. About this topic. How introduced the topic yet? No. Absolutely! Yeah, so Katie is going to be on to talk about grief and she says she she has lost a child so not as a birth mom, perspective, but. Having lost her child. She will be talking about grief on Mother's Day and. I think fate. You should talk to Augsburg. Bombers because I would like to, but it always feels like I would. You. But I'd like to go one online about it I. Bet she would I like her lot. into this, and maybe she's like no, please upstate back. It always feels like with birth. Mom Steph. I've I've said it's not. It's just such a unique relationship in that she's not my friend. And, she's not my family. It's like something different ends. As important. You know so I'm not gonNA. SIT DOWN! Have a girlfriend talk with her. and. Then I'm also not going to be like. Come to Christmas, right, but both things are. There's a place somehow and then also. With recognizing birth MOMS, I have I'm very vocal about my love towards birth mothers, and our kids birthdays in particular, and and I have a friend who's adopted and she was last year. It was so good to hear this from her. She said I hear you talk about how much you love your kids. Birth months and I can't get on board with that. Because of the actions, my son's birth mother has taken and continues to take. She said I actually have a very deep negative feeling towards her, and I, don't eat i. like what are your thoughts on that? And it was this moment of like Oh. Yeah, you're actually allowed to feel that to. English like I'm so angry at everything she has done in did while he was while she was pregnant. That is set that set him up to have a harder life. Right? Don't have love for her like. I think I was just feel like well. Kim Thinking about my kid. To Kid it is, it doesn't matter I believe and this is my experience with talking to adoptees adult adoptees right like for this particular person for her son when he as he gets older, and when he's an adult, it doesn't matter. Who has birth mom is and the actions and decisions. She's made he is going to want to love her. And so, how do you hold your child? Well, you know like. In and creates. Not Create, but foster relationship that. Or even idea of a person that is not going to feel as burdensome to your child, but there's still some honesty right though I. Just it's this mother had a lot to hold. Much to hold I feel like it's not, I was GONNA, say case by case that feels a little bit even incentive I feel like it's person a person, but to be able to teach non resentment I. I don't know I. Just feel sad for your friend. Obviously feel what you want to feel. You're always allowed to do what you want to feel, but that's also carrying Anger is hard. Yeah, you know and that's. That's it. I feel like I. Feel like this is a good transition into talking about. MOMS, you're going through grief or carrying for your first someone. Who's going through grief because it is. Just what you were talking about heather, it's so messy. It's really uncomfortable, and you don't always know what to do. And in in the same sort of like you know, it is each experience. It sounds like as you're talking about these the each adoption. It's a different experience with the different birth mother. It's a different story that your child has come into your life with, and I feel like. Grief is that we to and entering into it with a friend who is going through it or if you're going through grief We I think this interview that we have with Katie is so profound just because she's able to kind of put that into words how what she needed in losing her child, and how it wasn't tidy, and what she was given wasn't tidy, but it was also. Good. And Yeah I think it's important to be able to see it that way There's not like a direct path definitely. So let's get. Let's get right to it. We are very excited and honored to get to bring in our guests for this episode. Her name is Katie Jameson and I'm I'm just going to get straight into the conversation with her and we're going to let you know about got from a listener. But. Let's just bring her on so Katie Hi. Thank you so much for being on the show with us. We so happy to be here, so we all have met at a conference last year a year ago and It's so I love. There's so many moments follow on Instagram, and as we know, some near instagram handles are not are actual names so I remember like. No you and I think that you have we met. And then it all came to me like oh my gosh. I'm very good friends with your children on instagram. I don't know if you. So bad in real life, so tell our listeners a little bit about where you are right now and about your family absolutely. I live in. VANCOUVER BC Canada. and my husband and I We own two restaurants which we've had to close down since olive covid has started happening. and we are at home with our three kids. I have four year old twins, wally and Kenzi and Kennedy is our connection can has down syndrome, my little mellow superstar, and then I.
"jameson" Discussed on Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast
"So this is the part of the episode where we have a few questions from our Hulu subscribers who have watched your segment on your attention please now streaming on Hulu and come up with their own questions. I'm really nervous. Should I be this? Do not be nervous at all? It's just questions from people who are like we like you. WanNa know what you think's solid so our first question is from Tony from Toronto. I Tony How do you use or plan on using your differences to make an impact on E. Sports and East sports leadership love it? Thanks Tony I think there's it by fold answer here. I is very functional into my organization when I walked into. Eg It was twelve men working with a bunch of players under them in a tiny little room and a suburban industrial facility in Washington. And now we are seventy strong men women. Lgbtq plus family people who have kids like. We've just a big diverse group of really strong high performers across two facilities and Seattle and La with even more players beneath us in more titles. And that isn't done just by throwing money at something that is done by setting a vision that people can align and feel comfortable with to not just work for but also perpetuate in that vision is really what. I what I tell my staff. The goal for me is to hear people say I want to work or compete at evil geniuses and the nuance there is. It's not sports. It's not gaming. It's they want to work at this organization because it has the reputation the prestige and the infrastructure to support all different types of people and to be excellent and so then functionally that it's tied into me rolling out. I know I talked earlier about like. Hr Department a Finance Department. Learning in an organizational development initiatives. These are things that maybe sound commonplace in some industries but are very nudity sports a little bit of tying back into our brand identity you know living evil as we say is being comfortable being questioned for what we do and why we do it but we show through results and this is really showing that bringing select parts of what a Lotta gamers will corporate culture or best practices to make a space in workplace environment successful. Bring that in house doing things. Ethically doing things Well documented and scalable. That's what's going to help. Bg Be another top Tier Team for another twenty years. And hopefully we'll set the stage for the rest of the space where. Oh E. G. OFFERS ME XYZ EERIE G supports XYZ. That's where people are gonNA WANNA flock to not just as employees or players but his fans our next question from Dylan from California. Which sport is your favorite one So Love Rocket League title for as a player If I'm to pick amongst all of my my children as I guess I should say Counterstrike is pretty cool. Only because it's completely boggles my mind. It's very difficult first person shooter. Things are very fast paced. And what's interesting about? Counterstrike is survived many many years and what was exciting for me. We re entered counterstrike not too long ago as a title which was one of Evil Genius. I ever games. They played over twelve years ago so to bring that back and bring back such a strong team of really goofy guy is the counterstrike culture's pretty cool. It's bit more street. It's more fun Has Been It's been a cool Group to be with and our last question will be from Linda in Texas. How do you deal with stress? Call it the Iron Church and that is the gym. I think it's it's a hard trap for like professionals in any work environment. You know okay stressful. It's grab drinks. Let's go to happy hour was go. Grab dinner That's fun I found. That's not conducive to my best mental health state my physical health state so I have carved out physical activity as well as social time to really make sure. I'm always breaking my game to the table because stress is hard one issue. I as a new sports team owner One thing I I. Struggle with still is when the team loses I internalize all of those losses which is bad because a a lot of teams that do great and don't agree that I'm send Making sure you know I carve out time to to separate from the work. Identity is work as me in. I am work to our small successes and failures just tried to buffer those a bit more emotionally of been difficult so meant so much feeling so bad and it's terrible one of our titles we compete in. It's it's live and I'll go to the matches and I'm in the front and I know I'm on broadcast live the cameras and I have no fo- poker face whatsoever like I. Our players will make a mistake. I know they made a mistake. My face this showing the made a mistake in the night no one broadcast. Kohl's pistole shit her team doing so I e to counterbalance out of it better. What is it like seeing yourself on those broadcasts? It's it's funny because people will say. Oh you you're so good you must love it. It's not my Intrinsic Comfort Zone Base. Because he had no poker like. I'm over here like dropping F bombs and like getting mad at my poor GM who sits next. Why are they doing this? So it's been a learning experience learning curve for sure. Yeah I can't imagine you're like flipping tape technical fouls sports there are. I luckily have not committed any but you know their players aren't so seized like obscene gestures or say certain things Li by being a bold team. We have gotten into a more than one a little snafus here in the past. But it's okay no foul.
"jameson" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"I am your host. We have a special awesome yesterday mr james slop. We'll be in here soon. We've got <hes> galen dancer joining us. He's the also <hes> part of mouse buddies c._t._o. Eh jason lop. Who is our star guest today. He is a c._t._o. Casa and he's also been the c._t._o. Bingo and it's really cool to have men you know <hes> he's one of the early quin engineers he recently in the past year he was the target of a <hes> swatting attack from a either disgruntled or maybe a bad joke gone wrong but nevertheless it wasn't wasn't much of a joke when things got real. We're going to have a little bit of insight on that not to mention as a state of four he's with coceres house te'o but he's been influential developer. Iran has a pretty strong social presence in the space at this point. You know he's done really well. He's he's been probably about as consistent as gets and principal and ideology. I do appreciate those ideological principles that he stands by. I share a lot of them with him. It's really unique to to find somebody not that. I agree with just about on everything and jamison kind of he fits that bill. I've been able to follow him now for a little bit but i've really gotten in tune with them ever since the <hes>. I guess it's really been the last year or so that i've i've really seen his name. Pop up in probably the swatting event is what was the first thing that i heard about him about and and then as i started reading some of the stuff off he's got tons of material everybody i mean he's been author of numerous articles and it's special to have someone with inside his experience in his in his knowledge college overall <hes> to sit down and really have a conversation with me. I think that you'll find a lot of relate ability to me for someone who speaks such a high level and so how many different areas he also has a really unique way of a of a relating and i've actually been able to to to emulate some of that in my my presents in my style i've seen him and his way in his carry nature but his <hes> his discipline in the way that he speaks people. It's really cool. It's really cool so we'll have the interview shortly again you everybody has to remember. You know we're on episode two. I cannot imagine how awesome this is going to get over the next year. You're like the outpouring support. The amount of people that have touched base offered inside on a certain guests that that might that might wanna be on. That's what i'm talking about people. I've i really really seen the community step up. It has been a absolute awesome awesome week. I hope they communities and joined the <hes> the ledger nanno giveaways sponsored by alleger really appreciate them for having some some some belief in us and seeing us as a as a group that in a community that is deserving also also you know with now spelt giving away the bitcoin. You know both parties ledger an mouse belt. I'm so thankful for them. Patrick has really gone out of his way to make sure that steve has has seen the love and has has been appreciated and he he made that very clear with me early on <hes> so before we get on this interview special shot ledger. Thanks so much and obviously mouse belton. Patrick galen is representing us today as the as their c._t._o. To <hes> be on this interview and i know he's he's as excited as i am well. Also you know we'll we'll address a lot of things in this interview but one of the things i really want you to pay attention to is his delivery. And why do you think he's doing this. That was that was something that you know. Is this guy real kind of how i felt. He says a lot of really great things and he's experienced a lot. Is this dude for real. Is he really is. He really does awesome. You know that that's just my personal. You know take on how his his his career. Is that a lot of really cool things. I'm not saying he's perfect. Obviously you know everybody's human but but goodness gracious. You know i can say this much. I appreciate when people are real and that's what you're going to get one more point to kind of insert. Is that over the next couple of weeks or so. We're gonna have some pretty cool interviews starting with this one. I really enjoyed having jeff on episode one one. There was a reason why i had i wanna jeff on sydney next to me. I think that you know our insight or perspective is really unique especially combined and we've seen about everything anything buchanan in social media as far as especially facebook goes but there's not much. We haven't been exposed to if you haven't if you didn't listen to episodes ears or one. I really suggest that you do put it download. It put on your playlist. It's worth it all right so <hes> moments way from having a jamison when when we get when we get the opportunities to have people jameson in the other. I've got some names. I'm holding back right now. You know our executive executive producer josh donaldson. He's he's put some things together for us and he's he's. He's taken but right now. Watch us grow people. Watch how fast this this happens. This is this is this is legit proud to be sitting next to mouse belt and and bitcoin radio and this and folks. I'm holding my tongue right now. Just because that's how you're supposed to do it all right. Let's get out of this part. Let's head straight and jamison thanksgiving everybody for listening here. We go all right bitcoin radio or finally finally here. We have jameson lobb joining us. Jameson is <hes> is a early bitcoin engineer. He really recently passed. I think most people would have probably heard about his swatting incident. Yeah i know that's where i i heard his name <hes> but among many different things he has the c._t._o. Of currency t of casa has been the c._t._o. For <hes> bingo jamison wet what's up man. We're going to bitcoin radio. Hey good to be here. It's it's always funny to be referred to as a an early bitcoin anything because i think we're all early hey that's the truth man together with us today. We also have gale endanger. He's a c._t._o. Of mouse belt <hes> gala was going on man. Oh hey joe pretty good here awesome awesome awesome well jamison that you know you kind of have this or around you. You know you have a unique way of talking to people. I think in the space that i find really it's just really endearing. I've watched a lot of your stuff. I've read some of your articles. You seem to attract people because you're so relatable in the way that you you speak about things things that you know i find myself emulating that trying to be more like you especially for the new people coming into the space and you know i think that goes back to the amount of time you've been the space. You don't have a big ego at least publicly and and of course privately at me. We don't know each other very well but i assume it's probably be very similar to that but what kind of jump right into you know what was is your kind of your inspiration for even this whole thing about crypto what what inspired you about blockchain early on early on i got into it for two different reasons and the first one being that i'm a computer scientist and upon reading the white paper i found that bitcoin was very elegant solution to a problem that i had never really given much thought to and simultaneously i had already run the gamut of the political spectrum <hes> growing up extremely conservative in southern household than going to a liberal university and then eventually getting out of college and turning more libertarian -tarian and so at that point in time in my life getting into the libertarian ideology i found it was also very interesting from that standpoint and and the idea that i could combine my ability to essentially code my own will and and sort of project checked my my thoughts and my ideology via programming <hes> to try to kind of change the world to reshape various aspects of the world was incredibly powerful and intriguing to me bro. You're speaking my language. I've never heard anybody put put it out there so normal that was wonderfully said and so a lot of those same concepts and same things that you just mentioned <hes> and you know i guess even with the swatting incident which has less than a year ago still you know. I guess that was november of last year right. Jason was twenty seventeen coming up on two years. Yeah okay yeah my bad. You know how the crypto years kind of squished together there but absolutely so you. You had this experience with the swatting lectu. Let's just tell that story a little bit. Why don't you tell everybody kind of the the basics of what happened that day. Well i have the almost minute by minute breakdown in very long form format on my blog but essentially essentially i was out and working at the gym and come come home to find that i'm not allowed into my own neighborhood and why was that well it turned out there was an active shooter situation going on and so the the police basically said i needed to stay out of my own neighborhood and that i should tell anyone else i knew in the neighborhood to get out as soon as possible and so i did that and it didn't take long long before we found out that <hes> you know my significant other comes out of my house and get stopped by the police who basically ask <hes> interrogate and say hey <hes> is everything okay and of course within a matter of about thirty seconds. It was very obvious to everyone. Everyone involved that this had been a hoax. <hes> essentially the the police had been called in someone claiming to be me had said that they had murdered people and were holding people hostage and that's why you know they locked down my whole neighborhood they also claimed to have explosives listen and other weapons and so it was it was thankfully am a ballot as as good as it could have been enter in in along the lines of that nobody got hurt and <hes> they actually did not break down my door or anything like like a lot of swatting incidents and that that was only because i was not at home at the time and i actually became aware of what was going on and was zabell to call my house and say hey everybody needs to get out so it was a fortuitous set of circumstances but ultimately the it ended up being a result of the fact that i had become more of a public figure and sometimes i say things that may piss off people people for one reason or another and i just pissed off the wrong person who happens to have the ability to make anonymous phone calls and that's really what this entire situation revealed to me was that there are exploits that our government has unwittingly created i think <hes> as as a result of trying to be helpful <hes> there are ways for people to send and anonymous tips and essentially use government forces to target <hes> whoever they want to and my my specific example was <hes> you know the creation of this false hostage situation and homicide but in the past couple of years since that happened to me i've i've actually heard of a number are of different incidents where <hes> bitcoin owners and prominent people have had various agencies used against them for example like child protective services or even the a._t._f. And this is just an interesting new dynamic that has resulted from some of these his anonymity and privacy technologies jason first off. I fortunately like you said that. Situation does sound like it was resolved as good as is it possibly could have been you know given the circumstances and what they were saying especially because i've actually listen to that <hes> that recording that was saved <hes> one of the first incident at times i ever heard about that. She was due to this circumstance and <hes> of course at the time. You know i mean i didn't necessarily you know have the opportunity to just call you jetta. You know we're we're just now getting a chance to meet each other and <hes> but i felt for you man like i like. I couldn't imagine pulling up to my neighborhood and the cops just being like yeah. There's an active shooter first your first instinct. I'm just sitting there thinking about my family making sure then then come to find out they're talking about me and i'm like oh dude just to put myself in your chair there. I i feel for you brian. I'm impressed of how i can tell by your demeanor now. How calmly seems like you were able to make sure that situation did not get worse now. A lot of moving into the next step of this was this kind of social experiment..
"jameson" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"He's my muse. And if he didn't me off all the time, I not not much to say. That's true. I literally would not be standing up here at work for you. So never change. Even though that they must change. And my children, willow sage. Jameson? You guys are my stars. And I would never shine without you. And all of you, just thank you my family. Everybody thinks. Pres- what she say, willow, osage and Jameson Jameson moon Jameson moon. Yeah. A pink though. Like if there's anyone who does deserve it. I do think it is pink. Because here's the thing. Yeah. Can't you cannot recall all of pig songs? And it's after hit. You're right. I think that she's one of those she's always in the news. But it's and she's always coming out with new stuff. But it's like her book of work goes back so far, right? Also, very talented songwriter. And apparently gives her all at all concerts, which is go over the top with her stuff. She should join Cirque du Soleil, like if the if for some reason, she decides to take a break from singing, she should go work for she'd be perfect. And all that. Yeah. I don't mind. The willow are not willow the Jameson. That's like normal Jameson moon. Little hippy dippy. Yeah. Maybe so it's a little hippy her name is pink. After all. I guess what's your Alicia is? Bless you by pink. We don't get other people pass with their stupid kidnaps well other than yeah. We know. No, we do not. All right. Jared. Katie's.