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"jamir" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"jamir" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red At 1115 here's rob wood fork Well Dell make it 7 straight losses for the nationals after a two one defeat at the hands of the Marlins and again the offense was stagnant with only one run on four hits In fact during this losing skid the Nats bats have produced only 14 runs in 7 games Dave Martinez I still believe we're taking too many fastballs We just got to be more aggressive in the strike zone We'll be right here That's the only way we're going to get out of it but the last 12 have passed here I was just in there going over it with Darnell for a minute and the last 12 pass I thought were good Now we got to do it throughout the game Of course they went up against Pablo Lopez who lowered his major league leading ERA to .39 while Eric fetty fell to one and two after a so so four and two third innings Great story from this game though the Nats lucius Fox and Miami's jazz Chisholm the first pair of Bahamas born players to play in the same major league game since 1961 not only are they from the same place well they grew up in the same neighborhood their childhood friends The Orioles dropped the first two in New York after a 5 two loss at the Yankees tonight the last of two closeout game 5s in the NBA playoffs at halftime warriors and nuggets all not a 48 at the break in the east We saw Milwaukee close out Chicago and convincing fashion so they're on to round two of the playoffs for a matchup with Boston Down a level local product jamir young ESPN 17th ranked transfer is committed to Maryland should he withdraw from the NBA draft process and speaking of Maryland the program well represented in the mystics pre season win over Minnesota as Shakira Austin Katie Benson and Chloe bibby were all front and center in played well in that exhibition game Rob woodfork WTO sports.

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"jamir" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"But you need to you need to upgrade around them specifically agile or like they just they need to be better on that spot and back them again. He's running windscreen. And look, that role that serves a purpose, right? Clearing out space, taking coverage with you down the field, offering some sort of outside one on one type of threat serves a purpose. But in this game, he got a lot of Dante Jackson and he was blanketed pretty much the entire game by Jackson. Who's a good corner, but at the same time, you didn't pay a guy $13 million to run wind sprints, right? And I guess you can sort of you can go out and go about it away and say, okay, well, if it's demir bird out there instead of Nelson Aguilar, then is he really getting Dante Jackson and is he really getting the safety over the top? And maybe a galore's, I guess reputation or status or whatever adds some more gravity, right? Some more gravity to the coverage. But at the same time, $13 million, a lot of money for a guy to just run into straight line every single game. I mean, you want some context here? Yeah, sure. Nelson Aguilar based on what he's done so far this season. 22, three, 35, two touchdowns. Yeah. 16 game average for that. 40 catches 600 yards. 40 catches 600 yards. Jamir burlas jamir bird last year. Yeah. 47 catches 600 yards. He's actually I'm rounding a bit. His 16 game pace in terms of catches and yards is below what bird did last year. It's about the same, but it's slightly below. He's had a pace on touchdowns, but you're basically getting to mere bird level production from a guy you're paying what 7 8 times what you paid bird. Right. So the question is, and you'd have to I don't want to keep dumping out the mere bird. I actually really liked the bird. I thought for a second, he caught that game when he touched down past last night. I jumped out of my chair. I legitimately liked demir bird is a football player in a person, but this is just the point of reference. Right, so the question is is Aguilar's status as a $13 million receiver that had a good year last year with the Raiders and all this kind of stuff his reputation is that good enough is that gravity is that defense is respecting his speed over the top. Is that worth a little bit more money? It's definitely worth a little bit more money. But I think we can definitely have a long talk about it being worth $13 million, right? There is a middle ground there, right? He's worth more than demir bird because he's drawing more coverage than damir burden he's drawing the number one guy and all that kind of stuff. But he's certainly not worth ten times more than the mere bird is at the moment. So we'll see what happens with this patriots receiving core. We'll see what happens if Odell Beckham junior makes a decision. And the next couple of days, Alex and I will have you covered. We'll probably try to go live immediately if Odell Beckham does sign with the Patriots. Here on patriots press pass, Alex, we hope it will be you, but if you have 98 5 obligations, then we will be live anyways, right? But we're going to try to do it. Alex, go ahead. I already have, if he does sign, I already wrote it. So I just got a coffee. There we go. Fill in a couple of blanks and it's a little look behind the scenes of how we do this. Make sure hey, make sure you're subscribed on YouTube, hit that bell icon. You'll get notified as soon as we go live. So you know, you'll jump right in..

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"jamir" Discussed on TNCnow

TNCnow

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on TNCnow

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"jamir" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"jamir" Discussed on  Smooth Jazz Weekend Radio Show

Smooth Jazz Weekend Radio Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Smooth Jazz Weekend Radio Show

"That was that's rotate with jim. Once again i liked it. Thank you for chilling to mean. I soon preceded such a pleasure. We're going to pick up the pace justin little bit starting with seth three guitarist composer amaury sharper with wherever there's sunshine. You can find out more information about him. Jamir young guitar dot com. That's to maury with jean. This is much as we can and thaddeus uh-huh.

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"jamir" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"We'll we'll give you a weapon that that the something it's cool i guess you i don't know if she wields the hammer should but Yeah it's pretty tender and touching when he's because he knows what's going to happen and she his mom you said his she's like i can't i can't know so. Let let events unfold as they do. She tells them the. He's here to fix his future. Not hers which all seem pretty convenient i. I don't remember having the power of like that power clairvoyance or unless. She's just in intuitive. Would intuitive unless you kind of just figured it out you know like Obviously it's not the same thor. She talked to five minutes ago but the she know what happened does she. We don't really have anything to base it on. She had so little screen time the first yeah or one into she has a line where she says you know. I can see more than my eyes will do or something and i'm like wait this now. Can she seem see timelines and such. I mean she's last guardian so maybe but anyway it didn't really matter. It was more about the emotional moment of the between thor and his ma she has more more agency in this one scene. Then odin did in all three of those movies. You are writes about that. Wow yeah and they're also one little scene here where you have a low-key it you see low. He in his cell just showed. We're lucky like doesn't need to be there but it's just there. Yeah but another thing about this. That i did like authorities hammer. He calls Jamir and it comes to him. I like that. He's really surprised that he's store. The after always been through last five years love it. i think it has been helps them to an. I did laugh. Rock comes around. I got it means being chased by one guard. That was funny. Oh you must be mom in they. They don't they teleport back then. They hit their things and go back to thinking. That's all they do is here. Just get that one. Because they're starting to go rockets count data calls me on air and then they go okay that i liked the fact he gets the hammer. I'm thinking to myself. Wouldn't a hammer effect that he doesn't have the hammer in that movie just kept brings it back with him when he takes turns back. All that's right he brings it back. That's right yep yep yep yep and then when the other things that's going on you also have So soroti black widow. Hawkeye and nebula goto. Morag in twenty fourteen which what takes place gardens galaxy and they're kind of doing their thing but they both split in two different teams. Where rhody and nebula go to get the power stone that star lord gotten galaxy and then you're.

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"jamir" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Differ broncos into new experiences. And you think about kind of how this plays out. It seems like this multi chain world boost forward talk a little bit about the various protocols. How much of them will be a super specific to use case versus kind of much general purpose right. It almost feels like that's a debate that has embedded settled yet. Yeah i think there's been a lot of A debate in. I think we'll see how will play out. I think the deaf They we see right now. Is that the kind of captured juice. Financial side of things right and and then became like a you know as financial centers that everybody's connected to so nia has for example. Eighty decentralized dresses bridge connects to them. And kind of we have sounds Activity of near happening on the cd-rom and then you know sounds liquidity from the tedium comes to near to supplication application site. And so that. I think is you know they're already solidified. This in also by doing this actually kind of drove off all of the other activity. That was interested in participating. Just because you know the the the onsite is pricing. How the coupons outside though it's also about tooling and other things at kind of i think we see a lot kind of in book in cosmos world where people build specialized chains for specific use case right and so there we definitely Super interesting to see how the walls from my perspective i ended mentioned before to folks like building a chain like specialized applications specific changes like building data center. It's like you built. You find a place to build a data center you put power and cooling know you put servers and then you launched implication right and so it justifies. If you know already that you will have a lot of demand for the supplementation and enough exactly what you're doing right so facebook does it. It makes sense if a startup does it. it doesn't the startups should just lined. You donate today and then when it grows enough gonna consider doing it and so it's not contract. Chains are more like now. That's kind of neat. How we position years like in a calm lunch. Supreme super cheap grow with us and then figure out if there's option to transition it in job specific chain if you have enough usage justify and so actually have won the ecosystem projects octopus network that are allowing to launch chains connected to near for example In those cases so when you think about Near today is there a world where it will follow kind of the layer one layer to architecture that bitcoin theory i'm have Or do you think that it will be kinda continue to be scalable at the layer. What so i would say. It's more like there's a layer one in a like kind of when your application is like completely doesn't fed than you go kind of app right so like when when you know exactly what you're doing and you have already usage you can go up chain and kind of connect to to near lease security and and have a bridge and everything. There's some ideas like for privacy end for some other kind of more specialized cases. You may wanna have a layer so like zero knowledge proofs for example that can compress Some like privates action private exchanges and stuff like this where actually make sense. That would say right. Now was the stadium. You can kinda fees at the boundary between layer to in like side chains and other changes actually being kind of almost removed because people don't care as much about the differences insecurity like nuances of i. Guess the security is like security edina to eight seven days since the security is like you know some as i said evaluators and he just wanna use staff and solve their problems and make money. And that's kind of the main drivers and so i think this this boundary of like the chains will end layer to attract will be removed by more better products around users. And i think like was near. That's kind of one of the things trying to figure out how do offer more clear user experience across the board right when you think about bitcoin and near There's a number of Protocols for side chains or second layers etc that are added interoperability. Do you see bitcoin and mere ending up getting connected in some way or having interoperability. Sure i think we may have a project already working on bringing the decline Jamir much so and then you can do it so stadium right now. Ladies amo bitch so for sure. Like i think bitcoin is kind of reserve currency of watching now and it makes sense to use it across various ecosystems as a as like financial instrument and they got surfer liquidity and so since like len lending collateral cetera. And so definitely connecting to near and starting to users across across the ecosystems important got an instant. What are you most excited about as as you continue to Kind of bill this out. What are the things gets you. The most exciting wing up more like are kind of short term. This like open long-term vision right our short-term Focus in what i'm excited about. Is this idea of like crater economy triangle. And this idea that this set of defy primitives Fanta creator and key Obligations under set of Tools and instruments as working together creates pretty much New opportunities for people around the world for beta have around various things to pretty much participate in new new global economy right. And so like it's not really defi. It's just like tools that at Create create initial offering cetera. The nfc is really about creating kinda cutie between the creator and the fan base and the people around the community and then the community side. which which. i'm especially. Excited is the whole like dow structures inability to organize people a million to make decisions ability to of create values as well.

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"The best straight up straight up. Jamir jones was the best of those three I am stookey made the team. Because he deserved it over. Overall those guys are rochet of course atika through waivers. He's claimed by the new york giants. That kinda sucks but honestly you look at these steelers and rushers when the heck is quincy rochet ever gonna make the start on this team. Never like that. That's just the way the cookie crumbles so it's better for him to get an opportunity elsewhere in all honesty for someone that's never gonna play in pittsburgh but What what are your thoughts. How that shaped out. And i guess this kind of position group moving forward how. How do you kinda foresee them playing all four guys first off to thoughts. Real quick one is the new york. Giants apparently can't draft their own edge. Rusher so they're just like hey whoever's the fifth best rusher on the steelers they've got to be better than someone we have like. They just always that do they like they grabbed skipper. And now they're taking quincy rochet. So that's my one thought is at least the new york. Giants think highly of how we draft in developed edge. Rushers which honestly if you look at the success we've had. It's not a bad thing. We know how to get him. We always have good edge rushers. And my second thing is i mentioned to skipper. We saw twos are skipper have a phenomenal. Preseason where he dominated against lower to your talent struggled against starters enough that the steelers felt comfortable cutting him and trying to stash them on the practice squad he got grabbed. People lost their minds when he got grabbed up by the new york giants and he didn't do anything i said. At the time the steelers are going to have a shot at this guy again and people were like. You're crazy and they did. They had they got him again and he's done like he's not going to play in the nfl. He's pretty much done so for me. Rochet say he's It's not a big loss. Like that's he his his odds of turning into someone that the steelers would be like. Oh wow we let him go. S such a long road and those are such long odds I know i don't that he wasn't the he wasn't the fourth best jamir jones was the fourth vessel. Sorry quincy and i. I feel the same and like i said earlier when it comes to being the fourth the fourth player on this outside linebacker depth chart. It doesn't matter how good yours an edge rusher because you're never gonna play as an edge rusher you have to be a good special teamer and rochet was was lacking stuff who's game of course use undersized too jamir jones that he he made an impact on the field on defense he also was a game wrecker on special teams he deserves. It would have been a bigger loss to lose jamir jones but it. That's what it comes with being adept guy in the nfl. You can't i. It's great to have someone that has twenty sacked potential in your team rochet. Certainly not that guy. Like if you was sure you harlem is your fourth spot but you need those depths positions to make up your special teams that long short of it if someone has a leak potential. Yeah you keep them row. She just wasn't that guy. There's a reason why fill in the draft. The reason he got cut. There's probably a reason why he he probably won't last too long. Nfl it just the way. It goes year-in-year-out seattle the time. So does it suck. I guess so. It's a draft pick. Maybe the steelers traded for something else. Maybe they could hit another spot. They got good value at the time. And it's funny enough. That was the one pick was like. Oh what a great value. Pick for the pittsburgh steelers back to the draft. Remember that nelson one pointed to saying that was their best pick of the draft. And now it's like. Maybe it was the worst traffic four months later. That's just how it works out so it's kind of funny how things kind of lay to rest but speaking of draft picks pressing harbin. The third one that dan job doesn't feel we celebrate jeff hartman's not letting bondsteel kern dot com staff celebrate this the slave-driver this man is used not letting us celebrate until the the years until presley arm and the third is standing in the hall of fame. We're not allowed to celebrate because there's always a way jordan berry could find his way back into into pittsburgh as starting punter. I think the rule is he has to if if presley from the third starts three consecutive seasons and jordan retired from football then we can retroactively call this presley like big press day or something and make it make it a holiday but until until jordan is truly truly dying. We're not allowed to celebrate this day. You think jeff would be the one. That's kind of leading the parade. But no no he. He's been down this road many times. How does heartbroken that poor man just just knows just knows. Delay goes steelers fan and when it comes to punter so hopefully Hopefully if we just take this approach is calm. Approach that he wants everything will work out. But in the same sense they also have a brand new long snapper. The whole operation here for chris. Boswell is completely different. Steelers go with the cheaper guy. The shorter guy his snaps. You're a little bit slower and christian coons but he is a better tackler in space. There was also some reports that he was a little bit more consistent in training camp. Which i don't know if that was necessarily true because the steelers kept bringing this guy back what three years in a row three training camps in road to try to push a cam candidate clearly they saw something to a degree where they thought this guy could eventually take the job and he does now and it saves the steelers about four thousand bucks. So i'm curious what you think about the entire special teams which is completely revamped. Aside from chris boswell. yeah. I'm gonna. I'm gonna i think it was. I think it was day scofield. Who pointed out that the candidate was napping to berry and kunz was snapping to harbin. And so like they kept that team. It was almost like they kept the two of them. Instead of just you know like mixing and matching they. Don't you guys work together. And they have been practicing snapping and holding that way too.

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"You know he's not going to wear number forty four iffy stacks because what will be wearing forty four. He's going to get that the position the possession arrow on the jersey. What do you think. I'm i'm gonna vote because i think jamir jones. There's no way that you can get rid of this guy because he doing it. Early in games two. it's not just. He's not doing it in garbage time. He's doing an early in preseason games like rochet. But what are you guys with me on this. I've seen jamir jones data glenmorangie. But i'm just gonna say done. The number that jimmy johns going to be number forty nine because mash djabel okay. So that was my next one marce. So you're saying no no. I'll king the pokemon. I'm done t from today's game and we tomorrow's game down. i'm done with him in marshes. just not. just don't see anything with him so he's scapegoat to really rag someone out and then you know what's the rag these that's a bad that's that would again But look hey marsh needs to be gone on a little bit of a twelve zip up. Didn't mean anything. We're okay we're tate. I think jamir jones mace it I like i like rochet. I'm wanna baking him on the practice squad in agreeing with mortgage. The cash is out here like not like no practice squad obviously fifty three. I think they go with with with rochet and jones. That's very interesting. Know there's a possibility that they can go with five there and that that would mean they would keep less as far as your inside linebackers. Go and let's talk about the inside linebackers. I'm gonna throw some names up out here. We'll go rapid fire. Let's go ahead with roberts pauline. I think i think bylanes is gonna make it because because he's experienced death not because he played his way onto the roster only because he's experienced death mark. I think you have to run about ten other guys. Who would rights dense. Blind can be really good. But he's surrounded by you know the same caliber than the you know just normal. I guess you're going to be the depth official. I agree with that. So let's go ahead and look at ulysses gilbert the third by yeah not to show with you j. three off. I've seen enough with him. I think would beat him out. And i i'm not sure they they. They invested three years. And then when the guys either hallways hurt. He's never lived to potential. And i think i think they just kind of watched your hands with their draft. Pick this year all right. So we're gonna do this last one.

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Named aaron. That was the inspiration for the song. Sweet child of mine. One of the everley brothers had a daughter named aaron. I'm not. I'm not sure which one i don't know whether that was done or fell. But she dated at axl rose. And that's where that song came from. Now i'm gonna have to I'm going to have to look that up but really that's not. That's not the point here. The point about we just lost a musical great in mr don everley so Rest in peace. I really hate to hear that As he did as snowman lets us know and thanks for the five dollars. I appreciate that that did pass away trying to figure out who his daughter dawn. So niece phil daughter of don so that's so don's daughter was also the inspiration for sweet child of mine so there you go very interesting stuff so with that being said now. Who are we going to talk about now from this team. That not only going to be our. Oh i miss the big one. And i had him on my list. I missed the big one. And somebody just put it on the live chat. Dennis hollow boss says villanova. And that's not the big one. I was talking about villanueva. I consider villanova though not in undrafted free agent from the steelers because he was originally with the philadelphia eagles. So i'm going to consider him more of a street free agent but george test and brings up the big one and i forgot all about. I had on my list in. I'm a big keith willis fan and i'm embarrassed that i didn't keith willis top-five insects all time for the steelers. Made this guy in. The eighties was absolutely fantastic. And he was. He was one of the keys to the defense. He fifteen sacks fifteen sacks one year. that's that's incredible but dancer mentions antonio gates was undrafted. Yeah one of the best of drafted free agents of all time. Not a steeler. But fantastic matt stuff. Go is starting to answer the question. He says that he wants to see matthew sexton. Make the team. I love with matthew sexton's bringing his team but what some matthew sexton did was do you think he inspired the heck out of ray ray mcleod when ray ray mcleod took that one pass in busted it for a long game. Yeah i think he did. Because ray was watching because that's his main competition right. Now he sees what sexton's doing man. I really think sexton could be absolutely great for this team. But ray race not gonna now. The guy that. I'm loving a guy that i absolutely love here. Jamir jones jamir. Jones is a guy that i still don't know whether he's gonna make the team but your mayor jones is a guy that i think needs to make this team. I don't think you're going to keep jamir jones on your practice squad. I don't think it's possible. I think he's gonna get plucked. But i'd love to see it so jamir jones game looking at. We didn't see a lot of chicago brown or lamont wade last night. We didn't see a lot of mark gilbert. Who's a guy that. I was hoping would make this team who who is another undrafted. Free agent got chaz green on the offensive line. Can he make the team. It's a possibility we've seen these guys make teams ben. Devora says jamir over roach rochet which one i think rochet probably wins that face off because he's russia's done some decent things in preseason. It's just going to be really interesting to see in sean They may play next week if they survived. This round of cuts. I think both of those guys survive this round of cuts. I think you're going. It's only five cuts this week. And i can't see those guys doing it. Somebody just said steelers pittsburgh. I love this. He says jones greater than marsh. I think i think cash marsh was going to have a tough time making the team. I really do. I think jamir jones and once he rochet are going to get a nod over caches. I almost think that's going to happen by the way one of the reasons that you're so much more depth his. How do you love that. Melvin ingram signing. I thought he was really good last night in the little action that he had man he was he was hustling so okay. So tape boys. This is a loan. I've only read half of it so let me do this. I like sex into. I never told you bad. Ray ray is my brother-in-law's nephew henry macleod. In tampa keep to sex. Didn't ray ray bussey. Chaz green played high school football with my nephew in pampa. Wow we gotta get these guys on the show rape. I love ray ray but like i said you'll probably agree. Ray is definitely looking over shoulder and he answered in a big way. So that's something that that you look at their. What ray ray brings to this team. He brings the speed and he saw Charlie sexton did yesterday and he wasn't getting a chance to do those returns sexton's getting a luck but when he took that screen pass he was gone but a lot of people love. Rico bussey.

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"In just dominate your with the twos. Okay go against their twos and make them look silly mission. Accomplished kevin dotson juvenile taymor junior. He keeps playing like this in a core. Four does not play well. I'm not saying he's gonna start in week one but there might be a point in this season he nc takur for just saying it. You heard it here first next. Let's go to the pass rush. The steelers had two sacks. Six quarterback hits to tackles for losses. That they didn't have the force acts. They had against dallas. But they put pressure on the quarterback mainly bad pressure that resulted in adjusted interception. And they started to get to the quarterback. Got us a sack of joe. Flacco how good did that feel by the way. Did you just feel like old times. When i saw joe flacco laying on the ground and he stands up and he starts tugging his pants and he has that stupid. Look on his face just like old times. This is it just seemed right dinner for the steelers this actual flacco. I've thought the steelers past russia's proven one thing it doesn't matter who's in there they're gonna get after the quarterback and they're going to blitz they're going to blitz at skis brothers mo and they're gonna live and die by and right now that are living by their live big. So good for the past rush. I have them on my winners less next. I have the running game. I know shocker. This is crazy. The running game forty two carries one hundred fifty two yards three point six hundred average and two touchdowns not a great average but remember that still would have been that that would have been about par for laughs last season. I think that the steelers the ran the ball efficiently. They didn't have a big huge run. That gave them all those yards. It was grinding out yards scoring in the in the red zone. They ran the ball. Well and the red zone and i also should have thrown in a caveat here. The caveat being adrian klemm. This guy has almost single-handedly changed the way. The pittsburgh steelers approach the run game. So mike montano leaves three years ago and sean syracuse promoted and we all think the same thing. The peer becomes the teacher and he's going to do the same job but we know that didn't happen. It did not happen. In fact i would say almost the opposite happened. Mike munch had a very efficient different but efficient offensive. Line sean sarid. They couldn't do anything. Well in adrian klemm. It's almost if he said. Look if we're not going to be the best offensive line we're going to be the most physical and we're going to be physical and aggressive and that's exactly what they've been doing. I hope they can continue that and carry that into the regular season. Two more winners to get to next jamir jones jamir freaking jones. Jamir jones is just everywhere. He led the team in tackles with four three solo. Had one sack one. Tackle for loss in two quarterback hits. I'm not saying that. Jamir jones punching ticket to the starting lineup. And i'm not saying he's punching his ticket to the fifty three man roster. But i am saying this. That jamir jones is putting forth an effort. That is going to have him on a roster. Come cut down. And i'm not talking about. I cuts the steelers. Have to make cuts by. I think tuesday to cut. I think five players by tuesday. Jamir jones isn't anywhere near that cut list if the steelers want to keep him which i think they should he could provide value. You just see him. You notice him on the field. And that's something that i cannot stress. How important that is to me. In a maya coach no scout no money analyst. No i'm a fan just like you but when fan can notice a player just by watching the football that tells you that that player is always around the football and they're always seemingly make plays jamir. Jones could provide quality depth at the outside linebacker position. How would they keep that many. Would he bumped cassius marsh off with quincy rochet. Shayna make the team. These are all difficult questions. But they're good difficult questions to have to answer when you have too much talent. It's better than not enough. Jamir jones has been really really good. This preseason deserves to be on the winners less last winter for me. Is the injury report why there were no new or major injuries of note. Even last week in dallas kaelin. Balaj hurt his he. I think it was an ankle or something. like that. and tomlin said he might be limited so still that injury. There were no injuries to that that were known right now. After the game there was no new reports. That's good news anytime you can get out of a preseason game without having anyone suffering injury is a good day is a great day to be completely honest with you now. Let's go to the losers there were some losers even steelers won. I i try not to nitpick. I really try not to nitpick i tried to. Just say to myself okay. Jeff if you're looking at this where were the weak points. And so i'm going to say i i won't let me put it this way. I was going to put the defense starting defense on their after. You know they had the the big seventy yard screen pass and all that stuff but you know what after my tomlin's press conference after the game he said look. We don't care about that. We have our basically our defense script on something as small as an index card. He's so we're going to give a place that's okay. Were evaluating talents alert. I heard that i was like okay. I'm not gonna do that what i am to throw in. There are penalties. The pittsburgh steelers in terms of penalties. They were penalized five times for thirty six yards. And it's not so much the amount it's not so much that they had five. It's not so much the thirty six yards. It's really just the fact that the pittsburgh steelers had really poor penalties at bad times. Najji harris. My gosh he had some great plays that were called back to holding penalties. You just can't have those. It puts you behind the sticks. It doesn't negate a good play. It moves the ball back analysis and it changes. Everything changed the complexion of the situation the down and distance obviously but still penalties were a problem in the next on the on the losers list. And they've only loser too. I just thought the starting allied the just the starting a line in the this preseason game which was left tackle tooks core for his first game at left tackle in the nfl. It was his first live action since last regular season when he played right tackle and left guard you had rishaad coward and i thought the cowards been doing a great job but let's be honest we all hope and think that kevin johnson will be the starter before the regular season rolls around. Senator kendrick green right guard. You're talking about trade turner getting his first live game. Raps as a pittsburgh steeler. He's been back but we're all wondering what are we going to get out of trae. Turner fans wanna know and then right. Tackle was nod zach banner. It was joe hague so even though it was a step in the right direction it wasn't the actual offense of line that we all going to get accustomed to seeing once the game start counting in week one.

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Is the first half. And that's when you have more of your players if you're gonna see more time during the season so i mean when you're talking about Only scoring seven points in two games in the first half and then you're talking about giving up sixteen points in the first half in this game. That's what you really gotta gotta be concerned with. It's nice to feel good about the steelers coming back. Dominating the second half getting the win. But it's these might not be the guys are even on the roster or the guy seeing the field but back to the pass rush it. I don't think it ever disappeared but there was some time that it didn't quite get home but all in all i thought they kept the pressure on pretty well. I loved with mike. Tomlin said after the game and brian alluded to this earlier. Where he said they're defensive. Plays are basically on like one one index card in other words. They're not game planning. They literally wanna see what their players can do. And it sounded like it's one of those situations where hey if you get hung out to dry we wanna see how you react. And they got hung out to dry obvious on the screen pass and there were a couple other plays even going back to dallas last week. So they're using it as an evaluation. But like dave said they're still keeping they're still keeping opponents off the scoreboard for the most part giving up. Sixteen points you're gonna complain about that. They shut out in the second half. Good no i'm going to give you a quick trivia question okay. Tonight's game trivia question short. How many offensive plays the eagles run in the second half. Let's here i'm gonna go with twelve. It's probably more than that. I'll go with sixteen. Should've gone the other way with jeff. It was eleven no first downs. Eleven the reason. We didn't see these guys on defense is he had eleven. Plays at the second half to work with that. It didn't mention of and on that side of the ball. So you can't complain about it but honestly you didn't get a very good look. I mean you didn't get any look of presley. harvard. Almost percy you. Don't get any look. Good him punting. The ball only with the holds got to see lots of holds from. Jeff hit everything but the other but the but the other problem is you just didn't get to see as much on the defensive. He's as and think about that. Eleven plays on defense and two of them were turnovers will use funny. He said to buddy johnson played. That's why we didn't notice but question. I started looking up. I'm like wait. Did he have a chance. And that's pretty much it. I'm trying to look at the statue here. If he's even registered a tackle on yahoo. They don't have it with one made. Also i was also on the on the steelers site. And they didn't have him with one either that i could find and they didn't. They didn't that's incredibly. All right let's Let's do soon offensive game ball. You're giving an offensive game ball way. Just you one. Brian will go with you. First dwayne haskins. I thought he showed up. I thought he did what he needed do for him. The team and i really like number three this week. All right very good. I think it's an obvious. Gameball dave what about you. Yeah that was the obvious one that that that brian took so i don't blame him. I'm trying to come up with somebody else. Because i thought that was so hands down Who it was other that let's go. Let's just go the the second team offensive line see man. That's haskins the task. It's now over an answering but you did it too. Vague i was gonna say kevin dotson because what i thought about that. Having datsun has been drug through the mud for no reason known he did nothing against this has been all about reports in stupid rumors and twisting words and these comments by my all any what at first time out. He did exactly what he should have done. He was a freaking road. Grader against second team players. So you know what tomlin you don't like talking about him. Probably because everything you ever say about him gets kinda misconstrued and twisted into a different narrative. I've kevin dotson. Did exactly what he was supposed to do tonight and he should be with the ones if not next week by the regular season where he believes where he belongs. I should say okay. Let's defense defensive. Game ball brian guilt. I'm gonna say jamir jones. I know i'm on his bandwagon. But this is kind of tough because davis said eleven with you only have eleven plays on defense. So it's you know. He got in there he he had the sack but he also caused yet half a sack but also did he get yet half the sack with ladder. Milk right. yeah yes. He did many all than he also caused that that interception from justin lane. So i'm gonna go with number forty. Four jones is credited with a full sack. it was louder milkin rochet. He's split us ac okay. All right yeah. I was getting mixed up with neon quarter to quarterback heads jamir. Jen's your point is still valid right. Okay absolutely yeah. Dave your game. All that was a. That was a really good one brian. That's my number one guy. If i have to come up with someone else the only person that can really say is you know we got a half a sack in any knock down a pass why not the milkman. Loud milk i mean. He didn't look bad out there. He might have looked bad on other place but the place that he stood out. He's the only other guys stats sheet. Wise that you could relieve. And i mean unless you wanna go with with what are the guys with the interceptions but you know that was basically pits..

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Play that we're talking about when it comes to secondary. I'm gonna tell you the truth if you look at these guys. Snap count after the game. If they finally ever come out it usually takes a day or so to get some snap counts if you see guys in the secretary that are getting more snaps and you're not seeing them in the game that's good. That's exactly what you see like. I was noticing number seventeen out there a lot and he didn't have balls thrown his way. That's that's more gilbert in case those of you that are no who numbers are so he was out there a good bit and i saw him not being thrown at all in all like even your. Your boy lost jane with the with the pick. He had some pretty rough place and he had some pretty good place. Now we'll tell you on the interception. I don't know if he could sit interception if it wasn't for jamir jets quarterback pressure. Yeah as the pressure yes so that that help but you still gotta make the play and do it which he did so he also had that one on that. two minute. Drill with the defense was out there. I don't if the a throwing a flag for that for pass interference. I don't think steelers nation would have complained now but they didn't they let it go so that's the thing with him is. I don't know that he's giving you consistent. Play across the board. But i agree with brian with the whole notion of cam sodden that that was a little bit concerning i still want to go back and see the the long touchdown run really who kind of blew that as much as anything well. Let's reiterate something here if jumble my james peer or even justin lane and he justin lane was in my article for five defensive players to watch. Why because you gotta show up at some point you gotta make a play. And he made a play whether you whether it's because of jamir jones or not is neither here nor there if they can get someone on the outside then cam sutton doesn't have to play on the outside. He doesn't have to be there. Every single down in that gives them the flexibility to move people around so if they get more contributions from other players that's also beneficial all right. Let's talk defensive. Pass rush now. Let's get after the pass rushers here in in. We'll talk about the run defenses. well Like i said two sacks. They allowed her milk. And quincy rochet split one. Jamir jones and the other quarterback hits. They had six gentlemen. Let south pass rush. Brian will start with you. Quincy rochet cue from the you again. I love this guy but jamir jones is the guy that that i completely infatuated saturated with number forty four. The he's the guy that you're you're hoping that really makes a plush. Amin there there's a couple of guys there i mean of course now that. Melvin ingram's there. You've got to think that it might be cassius. Marsh in jamir jones fighting for that a fifth spot. Maybe if they go head with a fifth spot so show bert coming into town if that if that does ring true that kind of changes things a little bit too because usually they go five and four for inside linebackers five five outside linebackers or vice versa. So that's that's really what they'll do so each time you would expect them to It's usually nine. It's you that formula. So at this point what does schober do for the inside linebackers. Are they going to keep some. Are they going to keep five. And you have two of those guys out. But the foil king cassius marsh might be in trouble here. Jamir jones is really making it. Happen so let. Let's dave will get to unisex. Let's talk about these numbers because we just did our roster predictions just the other day. Dave did predicting the fifty three was schober. Personally i think that makes it really difficult to keep someone like marcus allen bryan and dave agree or disagree doesn't matter absolutely correct okay. That's that could be the you get schober. You lose allen now jamir jones. I mean i know that people say oh. It's just choose our skipper. I don't think so. She's our skipper was kind of like a flash in the pan. You wouldn't notice him and then you get a sack go. Wow this guy. I noticed jamir jones in a whole lot of ways. Even when he's not making a splash play like a sack or tackle for a loss. So let's say you're going to keep jamir jones. Why key cassius marsh at all. You could then just have jamir jones at very inex- alana not a lot of experience Backing up but do you. Keep that many Dave will start with you. What would you do if you wanna keep jamir jones. How do you make room well. I think you're right. I think you would probably have to be marsh but if you think if you can look at here if you keep jamir jones and from the you you're not dressing both among game day you have one of your actives there every week unless unless honestly would you not agree that as of right now it would be cute from the you. That wouldn't get the helmet to he. Seems like a special teams there because really what it comes to the outside linebacker. You're going to have your top three. Get on get your snaps. Do you really wanna take snaps away from as many as you want to give. Melvin ingram just to get those other guys snaps. I think is gonna come down to special teams with those guys as long as they're valuable there which they appear to be You know keep the youth develop them and you know then that way. If if you don't have a you know after mel you don't after melvin. Ingram contract is up next year. You don't know what happens. They're not let's not assuming he's back. Then you have this this these up and coming players that that could step in and basically for the following year would be almost like two dogs one bone for the other guy in the rotation. My boy brad puts it well. I forgot about this as well. He said get schober. Luigi three semi sticking out through and you know which one they would keep. I don't know that stuff. Bryan buddy johnson. Tonight's yeah i. I saw fifty one in there on both sides of the ball but i saw trae turner too but now i i saw some buddy johnson. I think i saw him on one tackle but it wasn't anything that he wasn't all over the place i don't think he played his much either. Yeah so he might not have played until the fourth quarter garbage time. I blame michael. Bang for distracting the on twitter. He got me into this whole stupid about followers anyways Okay they go ahead and talk about blue checkmark. That's something to you. Hey mr cats and blue checkmark to your head. What are we talking about now. Here we all met the tasks rush. Yeah the pass rush. Yeah i mean it. It seemed like it was. I thought a few times early. Jeff you by seeing this because of when you got there right that they they should have gotten there and got a sack or at least gotten a little bit more to disrupt the play and they just didn't quite get home in that first group with the whole game. I'll say offense defense everything. The most troubling thing with these first two games.

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"jamir" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

"He doesn't need in order to be in a relationship with you. He doesn't need to be great at music. Used to be a relationship and if you wanna hear some play guitar really well to jamir cons like you don't need that every day in relation what's important in a relationship is someone who is really competent in a relationship and has those skills those skills a hard one is one of the reasons that relationships with big age gaps. Don't work it's not because there is necessarily i- chasm in the way these two people feel it's the there is a huge chasm when it comes to their relationship competence and their experience. And that really does matter. And if you're with someone who has a fall lower level of relationship experience then they either have to lend through you which is going to be painful process. They're going to make a lot of mistakes. They gonna hurt you along in the process. They you're gonna feel like you're going to have to be careful of avoiding the role of teacher constantly in the relationship and try and be equals in a situation. This inherently kind of unequal. And and you're gonna have to hope that they do learn those skills. You're making a big bet on the idea that one day they will have that skill set some people take most of their lives to get it and some people never learn because they're not the kind of people that want to grow and be self aware and do the work and so i. I have come to really believe that. My view of love is changed to the extent that i think firstly the idea of you know. Is it about meeting the right person or is it about being the right time. And i've started to white my opinion fall more towards time. Well that when you have decided it's the right time for you to really meet someone you go into love with a completely different intention. -ality love is an happening to you. Wave that's washing over you. Which is super easy when a waves washing over you just stand there and just boskin the goodness of how wonderful it feels to to feel that sort of drug. That's not the same thing as as intentionally. There's a difference between winning the lottery and starting a business in a when you start a business. There's a method as a practical. There's a pragmatism to it. The things you need to do in order to build this thing. And i think that to me. It's i don't think i've developed a less romantic view. I actually if anything have more and more and more come to see a person who's in a place where they willing to actually do the work of relationship as romantic. Yeah and i think people consistently get burned when the know factoring into the equation of how right someone is whether this person is demonstrating i. They are rules so a time in their life where they're looking for the same thing and be that they have genuine great relationship skills like you know we're we're going to argue at some point but how do we argue. Yeah right. that's just one area but it's a huge thing so that that to me would probably be the biggest shift. I i believe timing more these days and i believe the we we undervalue to an incredible extent. Genuine relationship skills and we overvalue just kind of mindless attraction. Yeah yeah i love the ransom. And that's that's so fascinating to compare person versus time and yeah..

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"jamir" Discussed on Because You Need to Know

Because You Need to Know

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Because You Need to Know

"And i think the challenge is a lot of people are more reserved and and their energy conscious in after being remote work for x. Amount of time staying connected is more of that. You know for the most part. And i think a lot of people are pulling back a little bit on the stay connected in just relying on business operations to be that connection. The challenge i think with this environment is that there may not be opportunity enough provided by the employer or the management of an organization to create the water cooler moments if you will digitally tae raw get together but we're not gonna talk work. We're just gonna talk cats or gardening or something something else you know to build that relationship part and my meaning of state. Good night. There was a more like a personal. I mean joined work or profession is really like a deeper connection. And i feel like if that's connection and communication. I think that's what what makes a team work anything like i was saying. Oh so like when you also dealing with stakeholders or like people in different countries culture like you need to connect me to know the person so in order to know the president to connect with the person you're talking individual skill sets right these. These are just people skills and not. Everybody comes to the table with that. Yeah i know that's you can work on that. Scher i think But button can you hire for it can can. Hr find the people that are people people that are good community. I mean is that something you can hire for now more more when you do interviews. You're looking at behavioral competences. More than i mean on top of work confidence is i've seen it and even within my system. That's how we have a whole interview just about behavioral competence is because his playing a more and more important parts especially because we working with people and and that's very important in ginger jamir couple of examples of what kind of questions would beyond that. We have like while the usual one about teamwork. They won't like examples. How did you manage a conflict situation for example then unit explained that. But they'll so like how you that. We have a lot like listening as like a competency on that you know. Be able to like talk to the team the team And like listen to feedbacks. But also i mean managing your time. Your agenda sure. This is more like brayshaw but still like make sure that you don't get stressed and manage the deadlines but there's a lot about the teamwork and how you also like as a supervisor. How you how you deal with the super vis disease say those who need supervised but that's a lot like you have to study with that interview a lot. Thank you for giving us an inside view of where you are and what you're up to thank you for having me.

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"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"But yeah. I mean it's kind of vague that's exciting. That's that's like coach tomlin one. Oh one right there. Well he doesn't have to say anything about injuries deger specific as he wants. Yeah maybe it was just me that. I thought that that was interesting. That it wasn't say none. I mean you would imply that. He was talking about an injury but he doesn't really say it's interesting balaj ballots. Whatever you wanna call. I think i have him on the list. Because i think he's going to be something to watch. He's yeah everyone's been talking about him since mandatory minicamp. Let's go to defense brian. He got on defense to watch buddy. Johnson i wanna see what this guy has right. Yeah absolutely i mean he. He'll probably play the entire second half so you'll see a lot. I want to see him too. That's a given. What about you dave defender. Can i give you two well. We're gonna go around again but you can cut say too. I said this on the scarborough show. This is what i want to see. I want to see cam sutton. And james pierre as the to outside corners. Both of them out there at the same time to get more of a sample size. And then i'd like to see him. Switzerland's that's what. I'd like to see see them each work each side to of that of of just seeing what you have in your in your starting who could be starting outside corner because why not. I mean if you're saying they're both going for the for the same position doesn't mean that you have to leave one of them on the on the bench while the other ones out there because you wanna both in that same side of the field. I'd like to see both out there at the same time and just kind of see how things work. So that's why like to look at now. I had james my list for sure and someone that i wanna see. But i don't know. Did he practice. The antoine brooks junior practice today. Dave i did not have him as if someone not practicing that i can remember. I'd have to double check here. He's one that if he's playing. I really want to see what he can do because he deb. That hit me like a ton of bricks. When i found out that he was getting the first shot at mike hilton his job. In the nicholas. What antoine brooks junior reportedly. He's lost weight he's improved. His athlete is his speed his agility. He's a lot lighter I wanna see what antoine junior do people forget. This guy didn't even make the team last season at a camp. He was cut signed to the practice. Squad promoted unstuck. So i'm gonna say anton books junior brian. Do you have anyone else on the defense side. The football you're looking forward to seeing quincy rochet hugh from the year. I wanna see this guy. I think he's a dynamic. Pass rusher and i think he's the kind of guy that could have multiple sacks in the preseason. I mean granted. He might be he might be the yuji three with just a lot of action because you three had a lot of a lot of sacks and a lot of tackles that year but he was laying a good bit of the two thousand nineteen preseason. I would think hugh gets a lot of actions. Well has anyone heard. I did say that bob route liberal pumped up cue from the you a little bit in a post practice pros camp video. I have not heard a thing about him. Otherwise anyone anything. Because they're all focused on ingram and highsmith remind get it. I've heard more about Who's the guy that ah jones jamir jamir and i have quincy rochet. It's just weird. That's all i'm sentences. Weird latinos picks. You wonder if the steelers are trying to not make him be noticed as much. Because you know you've got to remember this is the preseason goes on some of these guys at the steelers think are but they don't think they have room for they might wanna not highlight so much in order to get them on the practice would see i look at it. See my conspiracy theorist mind goes the other way i see bob lab arreola as a steelers employees like we drafted this kid. Someone's got to say something good for us. We're going to look like a bunch of idiots of likely iowa. Go ahead dave's did you have another one. I mean i said to before. I could save more honestly. I would like to see you know. I think miles gilbert is gonna get to play an awful lot of strong safety. He's been getting a lot of work with the ones because we found out yesterday that we know before the throw. Edmunds had had surgery obstacle. I am so we know that now that that's why kill has been getting a lot there and which is interesting because i don't know if he's a guy that they even considered for that slot position but because he's playing in place of edmonds. He hasn't had the chance yet if you know what i mean. It's really interesting. Because you brought that up about brooks. It sounds like i wonder if they're not. They might not even want to run the same player in the slot all the time. Because are they wanting to do use the slot as a mike hilton type slots or they actually wanted to use the slot as more of a coverage slot not more like a slot backer as some people have said. I mean if you want someone that's more that's more like a linebacker can blitz help with the run and can can take the short acting routes that makes sense that that they would look for. Someone like antoine brooks junior. But i just want to have an idea of who was. You could possibly see their well. That's one of the person on my list. Is arthur let of like the forgotten free agent acquisition. No one talks about arthur maleta. I i kind of really started to enjoy what he brings to the table at least on paper on film on jeffrey benedict did is film room breakdown when they signed him. What is arthur millette. Bring to the steelers defense. You can google that and you'll see his article look it up. He breaks down the film when he was with the new york jets. He could play the slot. He can play safety very versatile. And i heard mega fitzpatrick talking about in the other day after practice saying that they meaning brooks and millette are two different completely different players that bring completely different components to depositions. Dave i agree with you. I wouldn't be shocked if they have. I guess you wanna call the big nickel and a small nickel where this sly defenders do. Different things do different things. Okay all right very good any anyone else that we haven't mentioned that you're looking for scenes. I don't know some someone from peter gallery. I was trying to find the mute. Can and we're back to control your kids brian. All right anyone else. You're excited to see play on thursday. Could be offense defense yoohoo. I'm going to say go ahead. No just go. And i'm special teams. Let him go. Yeah.

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"jamir" Discussed on I Am Power

I Am Power

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"jamir" Discussed on I Am Power

"It takes me off because You know. I love jesus and not what i read about. Him is not what. I'm seeing out here in america. Call it american gospel in rates not doesn't match you know 'cause you know somebody but how you treat others especially those who are different from you and those who you can't make any money off of or get anything from and so our hope. That last year has really woken up a lot of the so-called christian schools in churches and stuff Hopefully you know they're seeing that there needs to be a better way. And i have met some some places and institutions like that and were you know they they draw on the open honest candour in conversations like this because they want to grow the wanna change and they want to be more impactful in the community right. That's yeah definitely There's a lot needs to be done in like you said We all we can do. Is just hope that there's going to be you know there's gonna be some changes made and then we ourselves have to be those people there are willing to make that change and set the foundation for the generations below us. We can't really you know we can try to educate the generations above us but The i think the biggest ticket is to just teaching our children understanding and Teaching them what truly is what is right and what is wrong. Yeah said that's a lot to unpack. But i wanted to talk about Your childhood so you mentioned mental illness with your father Andrew mother or mom and dad was on alcohol again. A drug addict and my mom was bipolar schizophrenia. And she had her first numbers breakdown. I was about thirteen but she had been hearing. Voices insists of long soccer member. Might maybe three or four years old. Wow so Tell me how that was growing up. And then the realization that there was something that was wrong. Did you ever feel like you know. I hear stories of children have in trouble troubled childhoods because of unfortunate events with their parents or circumstances with their parents and how it affected them. Do you feel like that. Affected you out at all as a child. Absolutely 'cause i was the only child so Her problems are who hallucinated. Voices and issues with the neighbors. Segregate a me away from my my neighbors kids. It wasn't like i stayed out of a child or adults business or problems you know. My mom was calling the cops on the neighbors for something. Or they're calling the cops on her because of the dog or whatever on the net. I can go over. William jamir says house into maris's house anymore and play with carleen. Katy and i'm only joe. You know that used to come to my house and play with my stuff. Because i used to have big christmases and things like that and Thank god for like facebook and stuff now because mighty giardi willie. We're all friends now. You know i gotta go down to clearwater where they live now and visit him someday. but you know before i move. I saw them before. I moved down here. And we kind of had a conversation with her dead and and she just explaining. My mom was having these issues we. It wasn't diagnosed at that time but it was really rough growing up like that and i'm sorry in the damage. He such a sweetheart he just can't earn economy as a subject white. Basically that was passed on even worry about. Yeah we're family so That was good but it was really hard as a kid..

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How to track coronavirus movement without violating your privacy

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08:50 min | 3 years ago

How to track coronavirus movement without violating your privacy

"With the corona virus pandemic exploding around the world. Some countries have taken too aggressive. Contact TRACING. Identify how it's spreading. There may be a way to do this without invading your privacy. I'm Roger Chang and this is your daily charge. What Me Stephen. Shanklin were the biggest brains at CNN. And someone who can understand when folks from MIT get involved with this project to get everyone in the same footing talk a bit about contact tracing. What is it? This is a very old technique for dealing with epidemics or pandemics where you basically A healthcare professional interview. Somebody who has whatever disease finds out who they've been in contact with that. Lets them trace? What the origin of diseases and also potentially figure out where it's going next What which people that person has been in contact with? Who might have got afterwards? So it's a very old technique for tracking disease figuring out who needs to be quarantined or sequestered needs to shelter in place or be treated and the problem is it doesn't scale. It's something you need a medical professional to do. And if you're looking at something like cove in nineteen the disease caused by corona virus. It's really hard to talk to. Every person in the world I mean this is affected hundreds of thousands of people. So it's not very easy to do. Large-scale contact tracing definitely. It's actually hit over a million at this point so Talk about this product. This basically like everything else in the world recruiting for it and so talk a little bit about this Private automated contact tracing or packed yet packed. So this is a project done by a team of people in. It is spearheading the effort but involves a lot of other universities as well including Brown Boston University Carnegie Mellon and some other folks as well researchers at a lot of different institutions. The way it works is it uses. Your Phone's Bluetooth connection to broadcast digital. Id Number from your phone into listen to digital. Id numbers being broadcast from other people's phones. There's no handshaking or or any kind of actual acknowledgment but each phone keeps a record of the digital. Id's it's come in contact with and what happens next is if you are if you test positive. You can voluntarily load the list of ideas you've come in contact with and if you haven't tested positive you can go to a central server and download the list of ideas and see if there's a match with your phone and that lets you find out if you potentially have been exposed. Gotcha and so this is. This is actually really interesting because the use of this digital ID. That's sort of the key here for keeping private right because with contact. Tracing I mean requires a lot of information. You know. You're you're you're giving all your details as well as all folks you've been talking to this sort of solves that problem of kind of keeping things someone anonymous right. Yeah exactly so there. There are two interesting comparisons. Here's the first is to traditional contact. Tracing a lot of people when they enter the healthcare system they might be okay participating in that kind of assistant. But if you're not you might not want to actually share all that detail But the other comparison is other ways of doing this large scale contact tracing with an APP so one obvious way might think about doing it is sharing a GPS log a of recording of everywhere. You've been your phone can very easily keep now. That's relatively easily done but you might not want to do that. Might not want to share that with the authorities are all the world so what the interesting thing is about. Packed is it. Lets you find out who you've been? Excuse me it lets you find out that you have been in contact with somebody but it doesn't tell you where it happened or who it was with so this let's this contact tracing happen in the large scale way without actually sharing personal details. It stand. Tell me some of the some of the folks behind this because there are some pretty big names behind his project right. Yeah there are some very interesting names To the people are Ron revest and audience. Jamir Those are to the people involved in the RSA Encryption Algorithm It's a very important invention that let's your computer. Set up a seeker connection On network so they are very big names. There's a big gap between having a lot of research credibility though actually deploying the system in the real world writing an APP writing out that works reliably and running the system. That does the records the ideas of people who have a negative. Excuse me running the system that records the ideas of the people who've tested positive. Checking it for security vulnerabilities. There's a lot of real world implementation details so these guys are really big names in the encryption world and they have a lot of credibility when it comes to things like security and privacy but they're still a long way to go between the initial idea and actually making something that works in the real world. Yeah I mean this is a problem that we're dealing with right now. Like what is for the time life or something like this because it is right now. It's a project. So it can get ruled out like are we actually can be used this in time to halt a spur of covenant or is this really for the next big pandemic. It's not clear at this stage. They don't have a release deadline they do have prototypes working on both android and us. They've actually had some trouble getting those two Getting smartphones from those two worlds to talk to each other but they do have prototypes working so they. They're not starting at zero right now but they don't have an APP released. They don't have a schedule. We've seen the new rates of couvert. Nineteen infections decreasing. So there's some evidence that the curve flattening is working. I still seems like there's going to be quite a while before. Were out of shelter at whom rules so there could be some window here for still for people to Get some use out of this APP and they're also could be. There's a lot of fear that there's going to be another flare up later after. Shelbert whom rules are eased. There's still a lot of risks that this could blow up again so potentially could be useful in detecting another outbreak. One of the really important things here to note though when it comes to the this time issue is how hard it's going to be to get this APP installed everywhere so it's going to be. We've seen cases where authorities recommend wearing masks or staying at home and then people voluntarily comply with that We haven't seen anybody recommend running a particular APP. Something like that could help encourage adoption or some direct support from apple in Google promoting this on their APP stores of their Kobe. Nineteen information pages. But without something like that. It's GonNa be really hard to get this APP into a lot of onto a lot of phones fast right. I think. That's that's my. That was my next question is really the scale ability issue like this only works if everyone download this. App EMBRACES THIS IDEA. But that's not the case right. Well you can look at it two different ways. It only works in a large scale way if a large number of people download the APP but even on a small scale could potentially inform some number of people that they are at some risk of infection. So if some small number people are alerted and get follow their symptoms more closely or potentially get treatment. It could help with that small number of people but for this to be really effective at the large scale it yeah has to be deployed widely. That's much more challenging. And is this the only game in town? I've seen pitches for a number of other APPs that that promise contact tracing that prompts the track things like what's the difference between those bitches and what you're talking about today. Yeah there are several efforts actually some of them have already come together. This one At Mit joined with some folks at Boston University. Who has very similar idea there other efforts? There's one in Europe. There's something called Kobe Watch. There are different efforts that use this basic approach than there also are other efforts that use other approaches and then there are other apps that do things like help you identify your check your symptoms and other apps that I've been used to see if people are generally obeying the shelter in place requirements or advice. Lots of different APPS. It's very confusing right now. I think one of the big challenges we're going to have is for people who want to help themselves or help the overall fight. It's going to be a kind of a mess to figure out what. Apps they're supposed to install what APPS are useful. What apps are potential privacy invasion and? I'm sure there can be a lot of cases. What APPS ARE SCAMS OR GARBAGE? Yeah that stuff is something that's GonNa Watch out for.

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Sacramento protesters call for justice in Stephon Clark killing

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00:55 sec | 5 years ago

Sacramento protesters call for justice in Stephon Clark killing

"Protesters demonstrated in downtown sacramento last night calling for justice in the police shooting death of stefan clark the twenty two year old black man was killed by police in his grandmother's backyard when they were responding to a vandalism complaint clark was on armed protesters jamir sale says the community has been calling on city police to curb use of deadly force we've been asking you to stop killing us now for how long in our cries unheard we're out here once again demanding justice and we're saying this city is not gonna continue to just function like nothing happening clark's death has set off nearly two weeks of daily demonstrations with many calls for the officers to be criminally charged an independent autopsy is expected to be released today jury deliberations resume for a third day in the trial of the widow of the gunman in the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando amy.

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