12 Burst results for "Jay Wolfe"

"jay wolfe" Discussed on 1A

1A

06:55 min | 8 months ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on 1A

"The fiso data packages in order and fda alternate makes a positive determination confidence in pfizer in terms of the data that they've collected but this is really up to the for the food and drug administration to make an objective determination. That was dr scott gottlieb. Speaking to face the nation on sunday a portable what would have vaccine for children between five and eleven meaning mean forgetting covert under control. It would make a huge difference because we're already seeing that more than a quarter of cases are in kids so that would cut down but also kids are a source of transmission. The cdc now says that kids are just as likely to transmit as adults and so all of the unvaccinated adults around them. You know teachers grandparents although immuno-compromised people who may be responded to the vaccine all of those people will also be protected so it is very important and as a parent. I've also talked to a lot of other parents who are really desperate to be confident that their kids are protected So the vaccine is just really highly anticipated. Once this vaccine for kids gets four. Fda approval how likely is it that schools will make it a requirement for students between five and eleven. They certainly can because now. The fda has fully Approved the vaccine and the for kids. Who will probably still only had the emergency use authorization but moving forward to where the vaccine could be required for everybody. The way that the biden administration has introduced mandates for adults Hopefully the what. The fda will see from the pfizer data is that the the vaccine is safe. Because i think for kids the cost benefit is just a little bit different. The risks for kids are lower. And so the pfizer. Dana will have to show that the benefit is much much greater than the risk of covet And if that happens hopefully that will convince a lot of parents to get jay. Wolfe tweeted this here in florida. Our district cannot go remote again because too many of the laptops provided last year for remote learning are damaged and unusable and. I just wonder lease from that perspective. When we're talking about kids going remote again and the ramp up that it took to get kids ready to learn remotely. Is that even something. Most districts could duplicate at this point. Well they may not have a choice depending on their situation and you know. I think this has just been a topsy turvy back and forth for teachers and educational staff you know. Many of them had not been back in the classroom. Now they are. They're still trying to figure out a new routine. Get their kids back into that new routine. But it's disrupted almost weekly by these reports of covert cases. So i think this next school year will hopefully a much better than the last one is still going to be difficult. And i think it's going to be situational week by week on what the schools have to do and whether they have enough laptops or not sometimes they may not have the choice but to take a classroom or a grade level and say that you can't be in the class for a week or more. We got this email from mark. Who says please stop saying that. The continued spread of cova d- driven by the delta variant. The spread is driven primarily by unvaccinated people. In most of the non-vaccinated reasonings are driven by politics. Up wherever what can you tell us about where we are in the pandemic in the us right now. And what's driving the spikes we do see. I don't think it's entirely true that it's only the unvaccinated that are driving the pandemic. They're certainly a huge part of it and they are who's ending up in the hospital and dying so in that sense it is very much about who's vaccinated and who's not but We are seeing that the delta variant very contagious. And part of what. We've seen with these breakthrough infections is also that There seems to be more infections. After delta arrived now that could be because people got acceded. You know many months ago and it could just be a natural winning of protection against infection even though people are still protected against severe illness. But it's really hard to separate out those factors you know. How much of this is because of the unvaccinated and how much of this is because of the delta ovarian the delta variant is really the most contagious the most fit version of this virus. We've seen so it could stick around for a long time. But at the same time we've seen sort of sudden and mysterious drops in cases in places that were experiencing very severe delta surges in india and in the uk The numbers just suddenly came down and we know some of the reasons for that. We know that people's behavior changes when they see really high numbers but we don't have all the explanations so that could also happen in the us and we are starting to see numbers. Go down a little bit here and is there a push together more data better understand how. Covert circulates among people who are vaccinated the impacts of the delta variant. Just getting a better picture of what's actually happening there is i mean the. Cdc has many cohorts groups of people that they've been following. The vaccine manufacturers have studies. There are a lot of independent studies at academic centers looking at vaccinated people so we will have some sense of how much of the transmission comes from vaccinated people. It's unlikely to be really high because you know even though vaccinated people can get infected. They stay infected for a lot less time so the virus has less time to be spread to others so we will probably see that unvaccinated people are still driving most of the transmission. You know delta just really changes the equation. that's a poor mandeville. She covers science and global health at the new york times poor. It's always great to have you on. Thanks thank you for having this week. House democrats introduced a new proposal to raise the corporate tax rate on the wealthiest corporations and on individuals. It's all part of their plan to pay for three point. Five trillion dollar reconciliation package eva. I remind us what's in this package. Yeah so the. Some of the most significant efforts in this package would be expand. Paid family leave address. Climate change or a number of climate related proposals included expanding public education in. I think to the end. The democrats are able to focus on. What's in the bill. They are winning the argument but every time that they sort of have to explain how much it costs and how much and how they're going to pay for it. They seem to be losing that argument. So it's the three point five. Trillion dollar reconciliation package that they are trying to get across the finish line on a party. Line vote and not. All members of their own party are on board. We'll some of our listeners are pretty fired up about that. Three point five trillion dollar number. David tweeted it's less than three per day per american. So why do you keep saying three point. Five trillion without putting contacts ten years. Thirty three hundred thirty three million americans and it's an investment. Not one done. Spending and emit replied. It's not spending pre point five trillion. There's revenue built into the cost is probably pennies a day. Not three dollars per day now. Lease just explained the funding mechanism for this package..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Jay Wolfe. Hi look, you can't just say, comma, and that means you get to keep going. That's also going to be the first one he's ever scripted. Those very scripted show was very well done. Oh boy. Now it's tested over to me nationally for your whiskey cavalier. Update update. I saw story yesterday that they might bring it back. I know do we have to call. Need to figure it out immediate media? I have an Email into Petar. Oh, okay. To see. Yeah. I know we might have to go above Petero. He's only ESPN. I think we gotta go straight to Disney, but I don't have any Disney I tried Mickey he doesn't speak. So I try. I'm trying. Okay. I've got the stuff out there. I don't know if this is too political, but I think that we can get them to, to not automative. Yeah. It feels like I don't like to flex, my power muscles, mainly because I don't have them. But I went, I think this is what they were made for. Okay to take down this show. I also saw Scott Foley. The guy who's the star of it tweeted like, oh, I saw today, I woke up in wherever he is to news, that they might be bringing back, whiskey cavalier, like if, if the star of the show is finding out after the world and fans makes me feel like we're not being real year permanent because you think scuffle he would get a call from his agent. That's like, hey, internal talks say that we're bringing back the show. So I don't wanna I don't wanna ruin everybody's parade. But. I do because it's a whisper cavalier parade. And I don't agree with it on a moral level. All right. That was friendly banter official powder. Show business. We got anything. Yes. Oh, our shows on our show is on hiatus. We finished our first run. It was awesome. Meet good show on Wednesday. And I know we say that all the time, but I'll, honestly I really liked our show in Winston, a lot of work into it in the topic for the monologue was something, I've been wanting to do for kind of a long time in really proud of it think we did a really good job. So. We're not allowed to post that. I don't think on YouTube, right. It's yeah. It's dry too long. But if you wanna go see it, I, I think you should think you should watch it even if it's only episode you watch. If you have ESPN, plus that's where you can find it if.

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"I feel like calling coward would wish him good luck probably. But then he's got called out for leader. So I guess that happens a lunch I feel like I'm going on a million different directions. How is your day this good? We're still in friendly banter falls. You haven't reminded. Everything's good. I'm excited for the long weekend. It's Memorial Day, come up you doing anything. I forgot that I always forget this Memorial Day, which, I know people listening to this podcast. But how the hell do you forget, we all look forward to it because I've never had Memorial Day off in my life you do this week. Yeah. And it's too late. Can't book anything it's Memorial Day. Everything's expensive. Yeah. That's that's true. I don't know what I'm gonna. Do we have a pool at our apartment building today? Oh, I'm excited about that. That's co what, what's it supposed to be like all weekend? I've Ivan, I think it's supposed to be really nice actually really nice today. Yeah. It's really nice dutiful. So we're gonna we're gonna get through this pod. Real quick and realize I real quickly get some color back in your ghost skin it I I, I do have ghosts again. But again, I'm dead. So it's fine. Oh I'm going to the women's World Cup send-off game is on Sunday. Oh, go. That's so exciting emperor excited. And I'm gonna see my friend mega Pino. Remember me, she's going to be like, there's someone yelling and can we get her out of here? But anyway, that's the goal for the weekend. I do feel remiss if we don't mention the show that Jay's obsessed with. So I was gonna let Jay do when always at here, a whiskey cavalier update in an I thought you and I could do the whiskey cavalier update update. Oh, okay. Because there's outside of the show news there that so we love an update here, so many on sports, but since she's not here. I was gonna say you should do it. And then I was like, I'm not gonna make you watch that show. I'm gonna just try to call him right now. See if he answers and let him hope he's on the beach. Where is he block island? I don't know what that is. I think it's in Rhode Island. Apparently, it's awesome. I just I've never been a says it's calling but I get great service in here. On the Wiki a boy, we'll give this tumor seconds want you track home while I'm trying to call him. And we'll see what I was gonna pull up my slack because he sent me an audio file that if I had to bet, money would is that he recorded himself doing a whiskey cavalier of day before. Yeah, I'd much rather force him to live. Yet you have wait. I wanna call in column, but it just says calling home. It's absolutely lying to me. It's not calling him. Hodan. I'm just gonna download this, this kind of not be long. You know, it will be. And if we call we can cut him off. Can you call him? It's not even ringing. This is good podcast content. It says I have service. I will try him now. Here's ringing put it on speaker me too. God, we recorded it dungeon. Well, this was a fun bet. Why don't we go ahead? Let's talk it over to an audio file for Jay's, whiskey cavalier update Badu the do Dopp. This season on whiskey cavalier wife seem we'll chase codename was cavalier team go through a lot. I'm on the season. Finale saw the most colon Standish after finally falling in love had shoot his girlfriend a double agent, and then ended up stabbed whoa. Frankie learn to let her arm is not a common, they're staring into the abyss sharing pastry and the two of them was cavalier and fiery Tribune, comma, they Leinen and then we cut away, periods, semi colon. No. Now it's first season that way. But there may be more tuned to sport to stop empty Nolan. It's out. That's nice. If you can plug J no day. No dash. I'm Jay Wolfe. Hi look, you can't just say, comma, and that means you get to keep going. That's.

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"That makes me so happy. But I'm very glad you're back. Neither did notice mo-. I didn't. I dunno. If through I just didn't get to meet MO and so she felt like I was I'm assuming like it was hit said, yes. And like we were gonna meet with them and like dune interview and stuff flew all the way to England. So just like wondering if like you talk to you saw the cutout of him. I did see a cut of him. And I and while that was so cool on what I think would be cooler is is I go past. So you think soon and talk to the person. So you. As as style based on how how your interaction with Uragan went, right? That you should do that again with MO. Yeah. That's not even when I don't wanna do it at a press conference. I'd rather like I maybe have an interview. I mean, I think I proved like I can be professional of super professional when you try to steal the cut. I tried to. I didn't write as iota when you steal the jersey. I tried to again that was for. I was doing a pit. For. I was just making people laugh. It's my job. You see you're gonna made him laugh yet? Honestly that look that. He gave you. I don't know. If you saw what I put in slack. I took a screen grab of it. Find somebody who looks at you the way your Katy Hughes just glaring like looking at you glaring. But it's not I think he he was afraid of like where the okay she gonna go with this. As was I but it worked out is fine. As really good real stressful left is amazing teeth. He is he does I think him and Bobby of the same dentist. Bobby for me? And I just bear. The famous Italian pup dolls hot. What are those things called the ones with the big square heads like bobble head, but they don't bobble. You've got me. Bobby ideas? Really he's above. Those funny. Jay, thanks, those forty two. Okay. And I think we should fly through the rest of the stuff. We don't need to do. I don't think we're going to do any of these updates here. One updated. All right J. Listen, we're going to let you do your whiskey cavalier update. Deluca go. Hi, I'm Jay Wolfe with your whiskey cavalier update. Say hi, that's it..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Hi this week on whiskey cavalier, the car ran. A plane and that was Jay cavalier update. Bye. Bye. Office to ever spoken. She looks at me with this grin like she's gonna do something funny. Just goes high. Okay. We're going onto the rail going off the rails. Let's get the second part of the bracket back to the brick. All right guys back to back it back or we're Beckett. We're back. We're back to brave it back. Sorry. We're we're down to the few civilly cool eight, oh, we can't say the other one. Yeah. We're technically not allowed the extremely extremely neat eight okay. Because it rhymes with. Yeah. That's good which pits. The number one seed Jewish mother against the number four, Minnesota mom. Well, yikes. Mix. Okay. So we're not gonna sma- more. We're not gonna play clips in this round. Because we just spent a really long time on the first round will bring him back for the final four sqi what? But he's me. So for this one Jewish mongers, Minnesota mom. Yep. Katie what do you like, well, I will say I've had years of honing my Jewish mother 'cause I went to school in long guy Lind. And that's how they talk. Because we went back and forth, and what we're going to call that like Jewish what we didn't want to be offensive. We didn't actually call it that I think we called it a loan guidelines mother. Yeah. And I go back and forth a little bit. So I don't know. I think they're both trashing. I hate this podcast. What do you think? The Jewish mother. Definitely reminds me of my Jewish mother, Kris. Wow. So I I would go with caves Jewish mother on the flipside. Wow. The Minnesota mother really reminds me of my Minnesota mother. Oh, yeah. Mom's from Minnesota. No. Oh. But if I had words whiskey cavalier things feeling silly. She's being weird. I think most of our listeners are from Minnesota. It's the Minnesota. I think they don't remember Jewish mother. She was a long time a quick one less Harare. I got a little bit of amber, lavender body. Take a little sniff to light full. Really? I had fun with her. She was great. So that's a number four seat upsetting the night. Well, that just means the person seeds these trash, hey next bottom of the bracket. Yeah. Number three, southern damsel versus number two soul cycle. My mom hates it. When people say verse instead of versus I must step in there. And correct hookah she yelled at me about it. And now I want to put the fear of her in you as well. Oh, great. Thanks this. Then you put the fear in me as well. You got it. I need you to say versus versus not a word. I did everybody starts say. In verse on how we talk you. It's just the abbreviation VS period. Right. Even still it is pronounced versus right? Thank you. Cami. That. Wasn't Cami Cami. Just go ahead. Keep going. All right. So you guys tell me southern damsel versus cycle. I would pick soul cycle because I don't think I did as well with the southern damsel once it was out of once it was four and address, and that's what we're doing. We're doing address favored impersonation interesting. Interesting. Interesting. Jay Wolfe, Katie Nolan shutting quip hundred thousand times in a row a lot. It was a lot. And it was great. And that would be my. I mean, I did love this templates. It's tough to go soul cycle to the people, disagree and southern. Have to pick these in. You're you're the one doing the not picking. Yeah. Katie. That's a great point. I just realized by hosting your not saying your opinion, you're making me give my opinion. Well, yup. You're. You're the southern dams. Quip quip looks like a big ticket tech gifts..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"What what a dream? So he's so dreamy. It has it has it. Triple Dc does has the knuckle puck. Oh, man. The bash bash brothers. Keenan thompson. Jussie smollet. The biggest name TV today. Pacey? Actual name is Joshua Jackson. I haven't said at one pacey jussie smollet. Canaan? Kevin cost heaven Costner this movie has it all. All right. Oh, it's mighty dog. We did the dumbest sports moving bracket. Here's the thing. If we wanted to prep for that. You gotta like read all the do all the movies. I'm sure we could have done it better. I think baked Alaska should've one if I'm on doing other one. All right. Shall we say right now what we're gonna do next week's next week bracket is. That's right. This is a real one. You could give. Pretty go ahead next week sprocket. Sorry, really. Table tipping cable over next week's bracket. Is bagged snacks week. We're going to do bracket of bagged snacks. Actually, you're shoving the table. What's happening just excited? I know, but you've gotta calm down bags fat snacks. So if you have a bag snack suggestions that you would like to see in the bracket. Can't promise. It Steve's not gonna go rogue, but tweet them at Katie Nolan more at hey, hey, Jay Wolfe with two. Because then he it's his job to compile them as true. So tweet at us, and we will may put them in. We'll bag snack. And we decided that that meant any snack that was in a bag. Right. But that was a great recap. Ashley. But we've decided because I was like, well, you know, sometimes you get those like peanut butter crackers sandwiches. Those are technically in like sealed in a bag and actually had a great point that I was trying to say which was a bagged snack is an indeterminate number of items. So it's like if you can tell that they're six that you're getting it's not a bag snack. It's like you got a bag of Cheetos a bag of Lay's chips bag of sour cream and onion chips. You know what I mean? Yeah. So like Pringles don't count this on a bag. No, that's famously famously and can that you can also drink wine out of if you're just not in the parking lot of a WalMart. We need to get to the next because I'm very excited about this the voice mail. You know, the advocate. Okay. Before we get to our last voicemail this podcast. Also brought to you by by me undies. I'm really nervous. If you're this excited. It's not a surprise..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Caught Offside

"As time for Tyrian rewatch rate on the. Loom was the French twelve of whom? What is through boom as we predicted. It wouldn't last long this segment. I know that's revive it wherever Elsie goes. Yeah. On Jay Wolfe. Uzi producer always late with Katie Nolan's suggested that we may be reviving and for his job as David Beckham's manager at inter Miami. You could see that couldn't you. Yeah. Monaco, sack manager teary Anri after twenty games in charge. The league on strugglers stroker's that doesn't caught a their second from bottom. On thursday. He had they know see had been suspended, but BBC sport understands that his merely procedural and that France World Cup winners already left the club. The I watched highlights of the five one battering at home by Strasbourg. Now, they lost that a player sent off early Andrew, but they were. Let me set the scene. First of all there are no fans in Monaco that stadium is routinely empty. It is cavernous the weirdly funereal and they come out onto the field. And you wonder what fiber gas was thinking and the center midfield partnership fabric gas on T Lamont was like soft cheese. Ripped apart routinely. Some of the goals. That's Rosberg scored were very good. But at the same time, it was also easy. And why did they not just sack him? Then knowing always club legend there, but just Sam Monaco, really did this gracefully. The he's suspension before the firing. Put him into purgatory as you suggested morning. Oh, it's just this whole thing. Just went so south on them. I I can't believe Monaco are gonna get relegated from where they were even a year to two years ago. Really? That's why they're firing him. Not try and solve something. I looked at the team is is okay. It's it shouldn't be this shouldn't be this about because if you look at it teams on mutt. Smaller budgets. I know they've lost a lot of players over the last few years. But Leila second lead do not have the budget, Monaco, do unbelievable. So there you go. So that's it the end of teary on rewatch. It was fun. It was certainly want play it one more time. You know, what we should really have some sort of like, Sarah McLachlan? All right on the. Oh. Was the French of? Said. Boy caught off sides man of the match. Let's see JJ Toronto was my red card at Lanta United f c or my man of the match really my team the match. I know why. Well, what a signing that they just made the highest transfer fee in history fourteen million dollars. They've locked in Gonzalo pity Martinez from River Plate Atlanta have by the way, three of the top five most expensive transfers and analysis. -tory Arlanda once with Martinez now Zeki Barco and Miguel Marrone Martinez. Twenty five year old attacking midfielder helped lead river to a Koper Libertadores title over their rival Boca Juniors and was named as the two thousand eighteen South American player of the year. This from Atlanta technical director Carlos buck Negra he says recently named as the best player in South America in twenty eight teen Consol as an attacking player who can play wide or centrally his abilities complement our style of play. And we expect. him to make a smooth transition to MLS. Yeah. I would expect that to they've re-signed Joseph Martinez. They still have Miguel Marrone. They have a really high end young talent with Franko Escobar's Barco, Julian gristle Darlington. Nagy JJ Atlanta is like setup and primes to just like dominate stockpiling. Yeah. But even beyond Atlanta when looking at the signing, this is really good for an less twenty five year old South American player of the year. When guys like that of that age of that caliber are making a move. It's not typically to the United States. It's typically to Europe, I think Martinez staying yes. Crucial in that. Now. I are you that the best move for twenty five was to stay staying MLS, brick gold record become legend, and you're planning to seventy thousand people anyway, you are not going to rail Madrid Barcelona..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Level management as time for Tyrian rewatch rate on the. Loom was the French twelve of whom? What is through them as we predicted? It wouldn't last long this segment. I know that's revive it wherever else he goes. Yeah. On Jay Wolfe. Uzi producer always late with Katie Nolan's suggested that we may be reviving and for his job as David Beckham's manager at inter Miami. You could see that couldn't you. Yeah. Monaco, sack manager Tyrian Rafter twenty games in charge. The league on strugglers stroker's that doesn't caught a their second from bottom. On thursday. He had they know see had been suspended, but BBC sport understands that his merely procedural and that France World Cup winners already left the club. The I watched highlights of the five one battering at home by Strasbourg. Now, they lost that had a player sent off early Andrew, but they were. Let me set the scene. First of all there are no fans in Monaco that stadium is routinely empty. It is cavernous the weirdly funereal and they come out onto the field. And you wonder what fiber gas was thinking and the center midfield partnership of fabric gas on T Lamont was like soft cheese. Ripped apart routinely. Some of the goals. That's Rosberg scored were very good. But at the same time, it was also easy. And why did they not just sack him? Then knowing always club legend there, but just sack him Monaco, really did this gracefully. The he's suspension before the firing. Put him into purgatory as you suggest morning. Oh, it's just this whole thing. Just went so south on them. I can't believe Monaco are gonna get relegated from where they were even a year to two years ago. Really? That's why they're firing him. Not try and salvage something looked at the team is is okay. It's it shouldn't be this shouldn't be this about because if you look at it teams on mutt. Smaller budgets. I know they've lost a lot of players over the last few years. But Leila second lead do not have the budget, Monaco, do unbelievable. So there you go. That's it the end of teary on rewatch. What was fun certainly wanna play it. One more time. You know, what we should really have some sort of like, Sarah McLachlan? All right on the. Oh. Was the French of? Said. Boy caught off sides man of the match. Let's see JJ Toronto was my red card at Lanta United f c or my man of the match really my team the match. I know why. Well, what assigning that they just made the highest transfer fee in history fourteen million dollars they've locked in Gonzalo pity Martinez from River Plate Atlanta have by the way, three of the top five most expensive transfers and analysis. -tory Arlanda wants with Martinez now Zeki Barco and Miguel. Marrone martinez. Twenty five year old attacking midfielder helped lead river to a Koper Libertadores title over their rival Boca Juniors and was named as the two thousand eighteen South American player of the year. This from Atlanta United these technical director Carlos bocanegra, he says recently named as the best player in South America in twenty eight teen Consol as an attacking player who can play wide or centrally his abilities complement our style of play. And we expect. him to make a smooth transition to MLS. Yeah. I would expect that to they've re-signed Joseph Martinez. They still have Miguel Marrone. They have a really high end young talent with Franko Escobar's Barco, Julian gristle Darlington. Nagy JJ Atlanta is like setup and primes to just like dominate stockpiling. Yeah. But even beyond Atlanta when looking at this signing, this is really good for an less twenty five year old South American player of the year. When guys like that of that age of that caliber are making a move. It's not typically to the United States. It's typically to Europe, I think Martinez staying yes. Crucial in that. Now, I argued that the best move for a twenty five was to stay staying Malays, brick gold record become legend, and you're planning to seventy thousand people anyway, you are not going to rail Madrid Barcelona..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"As time for Tyrian rewatch rate on the. Loom was the French twelve of whom? What is through boom as we predicted. It wouldn't last long this segment. I know that's revive it wherever Elsie goes. Yeah. On Jay Wolfe. Uzi producer always late with Katie Nolan's suggested that we may be reviving and for his job as David Beckham's manager at inter Miami. You could see that couldn't you. Yeah. Monaco, sack manager teary Anri after twenty games in charge. The league on strugglers stroker's that doesn't caught a their second from bottom. On thursday. He had they know see had been suspended, but BBC sport understands that his merely procedural and that France World Cup winners already left the club. The I watched highlights of the five one battering at home by Strasbourg. Now, they lost that a player sent off early Andrew, but they were. Let me set the scene. First of all there are no fans in Monaco that stadium is routinely empty. It is cavernous the weirdly funereal and they come out onto the field. And you wonder what fiber gas was thinking and the center midfield partnership fabric gas on T Lamont was like soft cheese. Ripped apart routinely. Some of the goals. That's Rosberg scored were very good. But at the same time, it was also easy. And why did they not just sack him? Then knowing always club legend there, but just Sam Monaco, really did this gracefully. The he's suspension before the firing. Put him into purgatory as you suggested morning. Oh, it's just this whole thing. Just went so south on them. I I can't believe Monaco are gonna get relegated from where they were even a year to two years ago. Really? That's why they're firing him. Not try and solve something. I looked at the team is is okay. It's it shouldn't be this shouldn't be this about because if you look at it teams on mutt. Smaller budgets. I know they've lost a lot of players over the last few years. But Leila second lead do not have the budget, Monaco, do unbelievable. So there you go. So that's it the end of teary on rewatch. It was fun. It was certainly want play it one more time. You know, what we should really have some sort of like, Sarah McLachlan? All right on the. Oh. Was the French of? Said. Boy caught off sides man of the match. Let's see JJ Toronto was my red card at Lanta United f c or my man of the match really my team the match. I know why. Well, what a signing that they just made the highest transfer fee in history fourteen million dollars. They've locked in Gonzalo pity Martinez from River Plate Atlanta have by the way, three of the top five most expensive transfers and analysis. -tory Arlanda once with Martinez now Zeki Barco and Miguel Marrone Martinez. Twenty five year old attacking midfielder helped lead river to a Koper Libertadores title over their rival Boca Juniors and was named as the two thousand eighteen South American player of the year. This from Atlanta technical director Carlos buck Negra he says recently named as the best player in South America in twenty eight teen Consol as an attacking player who can play wide or centrally his abilities complement our style of play. And we expect. him to make a smooth transition to MLS. Yeah. I would expect that to they've re-signed Joseph Martinez. They still have Miguel Marrone. They have a really high end young talent with Franko Escobar's Barco, Julian gristle Darlington. Nagy JJ Atlanta is like setup and primes to just like dominate stockpiling. Yeah. But even beyond Atlanta when looking at the signing, this is really good for an less twenty five year old South American player of the year. When guys like that of that age of that caliber are making a move. It's not typically to the United States. It's typically to Europe, I think Martinez staying yes. Crucial in that. Now. I are you that the best move for twenty five was to stay staying MLS, brick gold record become legend, and you're planning to seventy thousand people anyway, you are not going to rail Madrid Barcelona..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Caught Offside

"As time for Tyrian rewatch rate on the. Loom was the French twelve of whom? What is through boom as we predicted. It wouldn't last long this segment. I know that's revive it wherever Elsie goes. Yeah. On Jay Wolfe. Uzi producer always late with Katie Nolan's suggested that we may be reviving and for his job as David Beckham's manager at inter Miami. You could see that couldn't you. Yeah. Monaco, sack manager teary Anri after twenty games in charge. The league on strugglers stroker's that doesn't caught a their second from bottom. On thursday. He had they know see had been suspended, but BBC sport understands that his merely procedural and that France World Cup winners already left the club. The I watched highlights of the five one battering at home by Strasbourg. Now, they lost that a player sent off early Andrew, but they were. Let me set the scene. First of all there are no fans in Monaco that stadium is routinely empty. It is cavernous the weirdly funereal and they come out onto the field. And you wonder what fiber gas was thinking and the center midfield partnership fabric gas on T Lamont was like soft cheese. Ripped apart routinely. Some of the goals. That's Rosberg scored were very good. But at the same time, it was also easy. And why did they not just sack him? Then knowing always club legend there, but just Sam Monaco, really did this gracefully. The he's suspension before the firing. Put him into purgatory as you suggested morning. Oh, it's just this whole thing. Just went so south on them. I I can't believe Monaco are gonna get relegated from where they were even a year to two years ago. Really? That's why they're firing him. Not try and solve something. I looked at the team is is okay. It's it shouldn't be this shouldn't be this about because if you look at it teams on mutt. Smaller budgets. I know they've lost a lot of players over the last few years. But Leila second lead do not have the budget, Monaco, do unbelievable. So there you go. So that's it the end of teary on rewatch. It was fun. It was certainly want play it one more time. You know, what we should really have some sort of like, Sarah McLachlan? All right on the. Oh. Was the French of? Said. Boy caught off sides man of the match. Let's see JJ Toronto was my red card at Lanta United f c or my man of the match really my team the match. I know why. Well, what a signing that they just made the highest transfer fee in history fourteen million dollars. They've locked in Gonzalo pity Martinez from River Plate Atlanta have by the way, three of the top five most expensive transfers and analysis. -tory Arlanda once with Martinez now Zeki Barco and Miguel Marrone Martinez. Twenty five year old attacking midfielder helped lead river to a Koper Libertadores title over their rival Boca Juniors and was named as the two thousand eighteen South American player of the year. This from Atlanta technical director Carlos buck Negra he says recently named as the best player in South America in twenty eight teen Consol as an attacking player who can play wide or centrally his abilities complement our style of play. And we expect. him to make a smooth transition to MLS. Yeah. I would expect that to they've re-signed Joseph Martinez. They still have Miguel Marrone. They have a really high end young talent with Franko Escobar's Barco, Julian gristle Darlington. Nagy JJ Atlanta is like setup and primes to just like dominate stockpiling. Yeah. But even beyond Atlanta when looking at the signing, this is really good for an less twenty five year old South American player of the year. When guys like that of that age of that caliber are making a move. It's not typically to the United States. It's typically to Europe, I think Martinez staying yes. Crucial in that. Now. I are you that the best move for twenty five was to stay staying MLS, brick gold record become legend, and you're planning to seventy thousand people anyway, you are not going to rail Madrid Barcelona..

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"jay wolfe" Discussed on Z104

Z104

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"jay wolfe" Discussed on Z104

"Any number of international scientists as a way to gather that sort of baseline scientific intelligence at the same time. These relationships served to show how the United States was encouraging scientists to be open in free. It was simultaneously heightening. This contrast with the Soviet Union at the same time that it was also doing something really concretely useful. If I were to walk up to ten people on the street right now and talk about the role of science in the Cold War. I'm sure nine maybe ten of them would say, oh, you're talking about the space race, right? How much was the space where he's involved in this this this is a really important example of technological achievement. But what that meant was that for a long time the Soviet Union was winning that race and particularly right after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik. The United States really didn't think that it was going to catch up. And so the language that the United States US to talk about science in its international propaganda efforts. Really switch then in part to draw. A a contrast between the Soviet emphasis on technology and an American emphasis on basic science. So the United States was drying up literature making films doing radio broadcast. They were really meant to highlight that yes, the United States may not be able to pull off that kind of technological spectacle that the Soviet Union could, but it could be more cooperative. It could be the best scientific partner. It could win Nobel prizes. So it's a complicated relationship in the late nineteen fifties. And of course, eventually the United States pulled ahead in the space race. But even then the United States wanted that narrative to be we manage to do this in a democracy where it's even harder to do technological achievement than it is in the Soviet Union. There is a lot of talk right now about getting students involved in the stem activities how much back then was getting students involved in science was it a priority. Then absolutely after Sputnik win the United States was trying to understand what had happened. Why the United States was losing the space race so badly. One of the things that they looked out was both undergraduate science education and high school science education. So there were any number of high school curriculum reform projects that were started during this time period in most fields physics biology or sciences chemistry, and what's really interesting about these programs is that they all highlighted what they call the nature of inquiry. So the idea was not so much teach facts, but to teach students to think in a certain way about science in these books themselves, then became part of these diplomatic efforts with both overt and covert agencies. Backing their translations around the world, you talk a lot in the book about the concept of scientific freedom. Did either side of the Cold War actually have that? Well, it depends on what one means by scientific freedom. It's an irony of the Cold War that in the United States. You know, American scientists were receiving more funding from the federal government during this time and in some ways faced more security. Restrictions than probably at any other time any other peacetime in US history. So you definitely had to sort of follow certain rules to be able to have access to scientific freedom. But if you could meet those requirements, if you were a white male, scientists who had a background without any hint of leftist affiliations, you could get nearly unlimited funding to research, whatever you want it. So this was not a fully open system, and it wasn't open to everyone. But for the people who did have access to it. It seemed extraordinarily free. And so that's part of the tension in this book is is helping scientists understand the difference between advocating for scientific freedom for only some people and thinking about different ways of talking about scientific freedom that might be more equitable for anyone who is involved science. Some of those people who got the funding Jews science or manipulated science to promote some pretty repugnant views. I'm thinking of your your story there about William Shockley. Yes. So William Shockley he received a Nobel prize for his work in electron ex. He was a pioneer in the science of transistors. But after he received his Nobel prize, he became very very interested in what he would think of is Ray science and questions of the relationship between race and IQ really repugnant work. So he started using this language of scientific freedom in the late nineteen sixties to try to urge the national academies to do studies about the relationship between race and science. And it's an interesting moment in the story because the scientists involved with the national academies, basically said, no, we're not going to research this. This is repugnant. You can find someone else to fund this and do this work. If you wanna do it. So Shockley accuse them of basically being like the Soviet Union shutting down research lines. And in this open moment of the late nineteen sixties and early nineteen seventy scientists with the national academies were willing to say, you know, what? Yes, there are. Some politics here, and we're not gonna do this. Because this work is not helpful. And it's not in the service of Justice. You talk also about the use in the Cold War of psychological warfare. Eisenhower was really into that sort of thing. What is psychological warfare? How was it used in? The Cold War was a logical warfare is a is a fairly broad term. And as a national security specialists reusing using it from the late nineteen forty s through the mid nineteen fifties, it can really be almost anything short of live bullets from uniformed armies. So everything from economic warfare. We can think of the Marshall plan is a version of psychological warfare to dropping leaflets over foreign countries to propaganda of the deed things like sponsoring concerts. That would show the American approaches to music so there there's a wide variety of activities here. Many of them are done covertly without government acknowledgment. But the point of all of them is to avoid hot war. And the reason that was so important, of course, was because after nine. Eighteen forty nine both the United States and the Soviet Union had atomic weapons. And so a hot war was almost unimaginable. And would probably destroy the entire world. So both the United States and the Soviet Union were really interested in ways that they could further this conflict while avoiding a hot nuclear war. Well, the Cold War didn't last forever. What happened to science and the government's relationship after the Cold War ended in the late eighties early nineties? What's been an interesting postscript? I think for most of the eighties and nineties win. The United States was still using ideas about science and diplomacy. It was mostly as expertise. So the idea that you needed scientific information to answer questions, but not necessarily that you would use science as a way of life to build alliances that changed the Obama administration which really pushed science as a way of life as sort of all of branch to a Muslim countries after the global war on terror what we're seeing in the current administration is. Is a sea change from these prior administrations in that all of the prior administrations would at least give lip service to the idea that scientific expertise was important and that both domestic and foreign policy decisions needed access to scientific expertise. The current administration is not particularly interested in scientific expertise, and it's been applying litmus test for certain scientific views a particularly for climate change. So that's a that's a really dramatic difference. Something that we haven't really seen since the end of World War Two again, the name of Audra, Jay Wolfe. New book is freedoms laboratory the Cold War struggle for the soul of science..

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