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"jekyll" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:49 min | 4 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Monday feeling once again. It's been a while it's been three weeks in the steelers are now twelve and three. They have clinched the afc north. They make philip rivers. Go crying back to indianapolis and a lot can change here in in just a week. We'll talk about that a lot in terms of in the second half of this show. We're going to talk about winners and losers. I'd eight winners and four losers from this week sixteen game at heinz field as well as to rest or not to rest players. That'll be at the very end of the show. It makes you stay tuned. But first and foremost i want to talk about the headline of this episode. The title of this episode. What will this. Jekyll and hyde steelers team do when it matters most. That's that's what's on. Everyone's mind right now. This is literally like watching two different teams every single week. That's what it's like. It is trying to figure out which team is which which teams going to show up which players going to show up at specific positions. No one knows. I've had so many people hit me up on twitter and say jeff. What's going on with this offense. What are you fix in. There are times in my life. Where i've been able to kind of have a really good finger on the pulse of okay. If they could do this or that. I think they would success honestly the last three weeks. It's literally putting your hands in year. Saying i have no clue i got. I got nothing. I have nothing outside of just saying this burger needs to play better. I've got nothing. So when i thought about this team when i thought about this game it literally. And it's not just the tale of two halves for me. Everyone's gonna talk about that. The tale of two halves in a very apropos. I get it but at the same time. I think that this team is more dr. Jekyll and mr hyde. If you're familiar with that story you know the doctor. Jekyll was he was like the quiet guy. He was the the doctor that did his job. But then he when he when he turned into mr high will. Mr hyde was dangerous and mr hyde was he was. He was the guy that dr. Jekyll got addicted to being. He got addicted to being that that persona that person. So for me dr. Jekyll is the steelers. The last three weeks mister is. The team came storming back in the second half against the colts to win in week. Sixteen and that was such a big win for many reasons. Dr jekyll is the steelers. Barely beating the brand. The upstart barely beating the ravens at heinz field and mr hyde is the team that went on an to know run. So what is this team. Which which is is it. Dr jekyll or is this really. Mr hyde was week. sixteen comeback. Nothing more than just a well. They got lucky. You know the the colts did this. The colts that the steelers got some calls here. There was that what it was or is this. Maybe the turning point for this team. That's talk about first. Let's talk about what it is about this. Dr jekyll steelers team okay. Well what defines the team when they're struggling. What defines the team when they're not having success will first and foremost it's abysmal. Offense look at the first half of the pittsburgh steelers win over the colts in week. Sixteen ben rothlisberger had ninety yards passing ninety yards. He ended up throwing for three hundred and forty two and he had ninety yards passing in the first half. You'd think about that. That's a horrible. This users had twenty yards rushing in the entire game on fourteen carries. I understand that when you're playing from behind that's that that makes a difference. Get it but at the same time. Ninety yards passing twenty yards rushing their third down. Offense is just they struggle. it's situational football third and shorts. There were times. There are times where. I'd rather the steelers have a third and five and a third one and that's horrible to say really. Is you have a defense. That just can't stop the run. Am i alone in thinking that. When i think back to that game and i said this during the game i got to watch this game with my dad which was which i haven't watched the game. It's two thousand and eighteen with him. He was in town celebrating the holiday and we got to watch the game together. And i said i feel like every time. Jonathan taylor touches the football. He's going to have at least five yards rushing. That's just the steelers defensive from was getting pushed around. We know the strength of that in indianapolis colts offensive line is in the interior with quinton nelson and company employees. Were they just moving. Bodies and jonathan taylor is a tremendous talent as well. I think he finished with an average of four point seven yards per carry. It just seemed like my goodness. They can't stop the run to save their life and for some unknown reason. I have no idea why the colts did this. They got away from the running game in the second half. This almost was a in my opinion. a lot. like the steelers game against the houston texans at heinz field. You remember in the first half the steelers could do nothing. They they couldn't they couldn't stop anything. And then in the second half the texans got completely away from what from what was working in the first half and the steelers were able to come back. Same thing happened in week. Sixteen this is also the doctor. Jekyll steelers is also a a defense in team. I guess you should say the thrives in survives on turnovers. And if they don't get them boy they're in trouble if they don't get the turnovers takeaways they're in trouble now. They got to against the colts and that was a huge plays none larger than the tj watch trips act which was recovered by mike hilton. Return to the three yard line and the steelers punched it. In james conner rushing touchdown get the feeling if they didn't get that play. The steelers weren't going to score a point in the first half period. It was it was awful. Abysmal is not even good enough adjective to describe the steelers offense in the first half but the problem is is that i am not the only person that feels this way. That turnovers come in bunches. Sometimes you get to in the game which the colts had not turned the ball over lot by the way and they're able to get to but at the same time there's been games like the last two weeks they hadn't gotten any so the pittsburgh steelers. That's what happens when you have to depend on that. And that's the key. I'm not saying the takeaways or bad. Trust me. they're not but when you have to depend on those that's bad because if you don't get them you're screwed and that's exactly what we've seen. I'm starting to last week against. Cincinnati was a very good example that you also these questionable coaching decisions. Whether it's randy feet ner with his. I don't know sometimes it feels like he's just throwing stuff against the wall like he's literally going through his play sheet in it's just perverted like throwing stuff against the proverbial wall just like maybe something will stick. I'm gonna try this now note. That didn't work. I'm gonna try this now. It just doesn't seem like there's ever any calculated decisions that are being made. It just seems like they're constantly just grasping at straws. Yeh i don't get it..

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Would pick him. I as a goalkeeper playmaker goalkeeper frank. How hard is it to play in the bitter cold in shorts well It's it's a nightmare when you come back and fly in from the from addressing room in the second half right well you can be called in the first half and you go back to get an interview warmer and then you have to go back on the field and that happened to me that i was really shaking before sending running a lot to forget about the call but yeah it's mainly mostly. The war ends to suffer more than that were legs. What do you prefer cold or halt. I prefer cold. failing called. Yeah yeah. I can't stand the hot kenniston to halt because maybe you might have no hair so i get. Maybe you sunbird very quickly and the headache. No i prefer the cold when you paint in qatar. It must be really hold. Frank yes and the first time that i train a we went to do by for the preseason and it was like nine pm and that a pack of ice in my hand because i couldn't really was already like one hundred degrees but eight nine pm and i couldn't run and you get used to it. I finished my last game. I was thirty seven years old and he was It was a final of the cup. And i play the like two hours. We have the extra time and up played in the. I was okay because you get used to it. Well i have a question. you want. Wanna quicken sharp. But why. It's frank holding icing. His hands it is. The problem was running. Don't quite understand the connection there now because it was too hot and i was putting the ice on my head because i i was i was so hard he was like. I was burning without certain contribution. Does the young make to barcelona rallies played thirty eight games in the league to assist two goals. He's not worth seventy five million euros. Well based upon that level.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Secretary s geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. Psg top four points today with a three one victory away. Against montpellier julia rural back with us jobs. They left it late again in the played really. Well the created enough chances to take the lead before. Before as you said doing this. So late with are wonderful mosey canes go for bt from psg with thomas donahue resting players including the likes of martinez and that your name or even kidding only came on late in the game was pretty good performance collectively and started. And i think the lot to show and not to prove after being on the bench for the for the two games he did quite well mosey as we said. It's called the really lovely goal to make to. On the case played well like ten billion for example the author over deserved to win certainly and even if the left it late but it was a very strong collective performance especially three days after the games against man united to who really wanted to keep the dynamic to keep us of tim's period mentality so you'll be happy with the wind and for twenty one year old kilian. Mbappe is one hundred goal for psg joe's. That's incredible incredible. It's another milestone for him. Especially when you look at the amount of games i did in is the ratio is incredible really and and i think he had his head. He was on ninety nine for a few years now. He hasn't calling the champions league for over a year. Now they come in in in in the league last weekend for example either so i think psychologically he really hard to get it at some point and so let go with us don nyc and focus on on keeping doing his own thing instead of already think always thinking about. I need one hundred one hundred because he was forcing. He's getting the last few games. Nice the freedom in his mind would come back which is great for the club as well but you saw how she meant to him and he and his family as well as one hundred achievement. Like you said someone who's turning twenty two at the end of the month. No is it the thank you very much. Course you can this vision to the cabin gills. Podcasts it drops on day. You can download it over on the website. Meanwhile action continues in the scottish premiership tamar. Ross county taking on league leaders rangers. That game live at seven. Am eastern and.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Go motorcycle. Fifteen minutes could save you. Fifteen percents or more focused on what happened in italy. Today song off with the event is coming from behind vitorino by two goals to want western. Kenny and benicio with a late goal that gave side. All three points as gamma. Coffee joins us gab. Join us on how bad they were in the first half. They rallied in the second half. Well look they rallied in the second half in the end. Those are two separate not sepe skulls but those are two headed goals. They all count. It's not obviously the football. The the not pila promised promise but said he would try to implement. It was interesting again after the game. They asked Leo baluchi what went wrong in that in that first half and you know he said the usual things he says we were too slow not enough conviction. We're playing a two miles an hour. We weren't in it we haven't taken. We haven't taken his concepts on board yet And i mean we haven't taken them to heart We have our minds. We don't have them in our heart. So the skipper. Getting all poetic there. But i think there is something in that dan in the sense that it's almost like they haven't fully committed to this way of playing and as a result ended up playing cautiously poorly and slowly and well organized team torino creates enormous amounts of trouble for them. It's gonna be concerned that gap look i. I know people have mocking me. When i say this. But they're going in another direction. He's trying to introduce a different philosophy different concepts and judged on two things. He's judged on how good those concepts are and also how well his players to execute them. We we don't know how good those concepts are in reality because we've seen other teams do them but we haven't seen you value them. We do know that he's having a difficult time getting them to buy into it consistently and that's a challenge. She's a first time coach at some point. you know. if he's not delivering they will pull the plug but again every indication is that event is are willing to give him time willing to give opportunities and and i think they'll be encouraged by by the reaction. After the break. Of course west mckinney started that reaction thirteen minutes ago with his goal. Yeah and look. I mean i think mckinney coming onto to really provide some of that intensity some of that drive some of that pace in the middle of the park. I i know it's going to sound incredibly simple. But you know mckinney comes from elite. Were a lot of teams play at a higher pace and you wouldn't have expected the ball moving around with that. Same intensity midfield certainly not last year or even in previous years that you've it and that is what the lights of benton core maybe rubio We're used to archer as well. You know he comes from barcelona where they're used to having sixty sixty five percent possession. They can stroke around. They've got uncle. Leo messi to go and sort it out. Uv that's not the case you have to. If you're to play this way you have to buy into it and you have to get those automatic movements between players. You've got to you know the the team short back to front And you have to keep the ball moving quickly. And do it. With intensity mckinney may not be the second coming of but he certainly very very intelligent player and he is somebody who who lives the temple with his intensity meanwhile in so we have three one win against bologna and a brace in that won three straight league. Wins for kante side gavels except those those bits in between and the champions league sometimes less so but i thought this is a very good performance from from inter. Was exactly what you know before if you could have drawn it up. How do we wanna play. Well we want to go and we want to rest some guys We want to go out and we wanna play calmly but with intensity we we. We don't want the rage that always talks about To be disorganized. He wanted to be channelled into executing what we do. I think the. I thought they did it very very well. For much of the game and after africa me some people doubting can you defend but look. It's a statement. You go out to wingbacks like kakimi. Who's obviously very attacking and paris choose. Not a wingback is a winger impersonating wayne back. You know. you're sending a statement of intent. And i think that's what i wanted to do in this game and and i think the players delivered for him get marconi very much. Of course. italian action continues over the next forty eight hours Plenty of gains view on sunday including the big one between sampdoria and ac milan on monday. It's fiorentina against.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Followed after that but for atletico madrid another wind today. Another clean sheet as well. Joe's it's that supposed to lose you could say even though it's so early on daca really agree with you is titled to lose and we. We've spoken about them log on the show and every time impresses sometimes they don't play where the final way of winning you. They don't concede hybrid by three and four with moso central bank but also as a left by kind of thing works so well for them and then you were playing people tractive. It'd be more expensive to suit. We saw others because otherwise you like they used to for so many years under children's simona perfectly for someone like to muslim who is completely rejuvinated. Said you really transform. Its in utilize limo. Who i think are school for forty five games in a row and our competition until until today and what god was when but overall he's performer was brilliant and when he brings on creativity when he's available when they is good as well and that's really team behind with an eye coming back for example after his injury copay was not playing tonight and yet they were so solid they were so good going forward especially the second half so solid defensive as we mentioned another gede they're just great and obviously next weekend is the big one when they have that kind of a mental with them gaming source book in midweek. The champions big one for them of course the demos be so full of confidence that they probably feel nothing can happen to them mature. I just wanted to highlight a another player of the ones that that Jewish just mentioned medical. You renta who did not start today on west rest of because a by product of the fact that he did not be by munich the version by consensus and therefore have to play sauce where he was arrested today but came in at halftime and makes this team so different with not only his speed. Because you think you rent you think okay. He's just a runner. Well yes he gets you that butting the first goal when things were still sorta kinda very tight and very difficult for the mighty to breakthrough. He talks today inside. Open space caving trooper down. The right hand side finds that through troop places across jobs just mentioned scores and then in the second goal then you see the full speed on michael. You rent is on the flip on header from trade bear. He gets his buddy across the defending a nice. Finish to the near post when you see that. Sort of a ride for athletic married. And then the defendant which they've only allowed two goals this and seven wins in a row. That's when you start thinking you don't let everybody else is falling apart. This team just keeps winning. Boys thank you very much. If you wanna see more valley be sure to check out extra time. He's alongside franklin birth. During your tweet. You can check that out. As always.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Last season ramage. Your wasn't it. yes it was an i. Can i can see how his staff got together after the game against doctor and say you know what. I don't know what we're gonna do going forward. Let's get about that for a second. How about we just focused on defending and defending i. That's not concede dumb goals. Listen on giveaway spaces that we don't need to. Let's not get stretch and what you saw from. Grandmother was actually having a line. Confrontation started weld within their own. And that is more like the reality that we saw at times in the runs that they would see dan In encamping sleek over over the last few seasons in which when they found a lot of success was because they absorbed a lot of pressure and then they went on the now one minor differences between those teams that were successful in champions league and this team for it is the fact that leading back counter was ronald been. This is not quite the same but having said that it was good enough for today where the space is that. They had to defend where far smaller. We're far reduced because that way when you drop those numbers behind the ball as they did. You don't get stretched. You're not helping with a lot of numbers. You're helping with space. You're convincing the space and forcing civilians mistakes. And then they went on the counter and you so more and more of that as they buy game on and certainly once they wind up one nothing but on monday he does defend. It tried to look for connor hoping that they could string a couple of buses together and counterattacking. Somebody would make the right decision. The end businesses unable do to make those right decisions and they'll take an own goal from bono. No problem one hundred and three points not to see you but as you mentioned before gills pro for these things. Ram madrid and barcelona so inconsistent. You can't imagine this is going to be the spot will get real madrid back to their sensational bass just because we have seen this sort of performance and what followed after that but for atletico madrid another wind today. Another clean sheet as well. Joe's it's that supposed to lose you could say even though it's so early on daca really agree with you is titled to lose and we. We've spoken about them log on the show and every time impresses.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Much the same when rosh votes there saw. That's no good. If you if you look into the finish top four or even challenge you know you. You have to have a team. Unit will survive pleaser when plays a rope regardless of whether it's fatigue suspension or injury manchester. United of schaller's today that that's not the case when those two players don't play. This is a completely different team so listen team that a team that plays and towns up the way they third gives us the jekyll and hyde. You pinon money on them. Finishing anywhere near the tail of the top for frank popa given a rare starts and marty with a brilliant goal. Yeah it did but it was a little bit like a we say the tree is the the forest where wearing factor for an hour. It was almost complicating existent. And it's fantastic goal. It's funny that i was watching. Tv and the french jersey. Say now everybody will have to be quiet because pug by scored a goal no. I'm sorry it's not enough for me. You have to be more consistent. You have to be more To be more inside the middle of the park you know working hard defending hard being leader which is not the case for for for for for the moment and as the my friend said we. You need finan blue fernandez or even rush to make sure that manchester united is better and you need more from pogba so case quote a fantastic goal no doubt about that it's absolutely fantastic but is its involvement in the game is not enough done. I think one of the things. Steve brought this up and quite a few occasions is the way that the teams dominated in the middle of the park. And that's what ways to them and not first half in declan race the way plays and the falstaff woke woke it up man united states and protect box for the do dominated. It was almost like west. How one the second balked at any pressed and it's a real wheeled and violence strangely. Talk about after the victory but taylor's on the left side who is pretty good going forward but defend on the other side. You've got one bassac who's defensive side of the game as a strength but really struggles going forward so as a real imbalanced in terms of the box. But we'll have one thing. I have to hear.

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Chelsea’s Lampard on Pulisic goal, increasingly familiar top of the table

ESPN FC

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Chelsea’s Lampard on Pulisic goal, increasingly familiar top of the table

"Goals to one elsewhere manchester city out a comfortable victory against fulham. But we'll start with manchester united. Three one win away against west ham that lives about so forth in the table. Just three points. Now of chelsea of the table west time could have had a number of goals made some big

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Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:19 min | 5 months ago

Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60

"Argentina has declared three days of national mourning following the death of diego. Maradona very arguably. The greatest footballer of all time at the age of sixty upwards of a million people are expected to pay their respects kosovo's on the presidential palace in buenos aires his monocle. Twenty four obituary away from the outside. But you're legion for dead outside for dead epoch. whatever he did look like. It wasn't a footballer. He was short about five foot. Five and stocky. He seemed as wide as he was told. If you had to guess which field of athletics he would succeed in. It might be weightlifting or wrestling if you met him. This opinion might well be reinforced in no realm. Did he seem at home. With as or graces diego armando murder donahue was born on october thirtieth nineteen sixty in la news just south of buenos iras. His childhood was spent in the shantytown of via we to on the argentine capital's outskirts. He was spotted early. He was fifteen when he made his premier division debut in nineteen seventy six. He was sixteen the first time he wore the blue and white stripes of argentina in nineteen seventy seven though he was omitted from the argentina side. Which won the world cup at home in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He became the world's most expensive footballer in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moving to barcelona after starring in that year's world cup in spain. Barcelona knew what they were getting despite aggressive. If not brutal man-marking maradonna was magnificent. But he had his limits against brazil. Argentina's caused lost. He was sent off for a foul which appeared calculated to cut brazilian defender. Battista in tune. Things did not go well at barcelona. Maradonna was ill injured eventually dumped after just two seasons following his ignition of an almighty brawl in the one thousand nine hundred four. Copa del rey. Final against athletic. Bilbao tennis patio for another world record fee. He was transferred to napoli. He led an ordinary team to extraordinary success to sarah titles are copper italia and uefa cup among others in naples municipal mythology he was regarded as something not far short of godlike. Many are today's neapolitans. born around. That time named diego or diego maradonna also became friendly with certain well known members of the local business community was banned for fifteen months after failing or cocaine test. And slunk away in disgrace. Maradona's jekyll and his hide will always be most famously illustrated by the events of june twenty second nineteen ninety-six at estadio azteca in mexico city. It was a world cup quarter-final so the stakes were plenty high enough anyway. But argentina were playing england. It was four years and eight days. Since argentine forces had surrendered to the british army in the falklands agentina. Tina regarded this game as a rematch argentina. One to one and maradona scored both goals very arguably the two most famous goals of all time. The i was also one of the most outrageous acts of chicanery in sporting history unable to propel himself high enough to get his foreign on miscued clearance by. England's steve hodge. Maradona raised a fist and smack the ball past oncoming england goalkeeper. peter shilton. the ball came back off off neighborhoods argentina a protesting reverie everybody sore but the referee possibly seeking to rub it in maradona later. Slowly credited the goal to a combination of his own head and the hand of god. Four minutes later. Maradonna received a pass inside. Argentina's half then headed for goal both bolting and gliding bewitching and bewildering to bids xlii to read terry butcher and terry fenwick before slotting the enchanted ball past scholten debate about that gulf football possibly seeking to rub that in as well maradonna later. Thank the england players for their gallantry. Less men he suggested would simply kicked him up in the air. It is difficult to believe that this thought did not occur to them. Agentina one thousand nine hundred eighty six world cup. Thanks largely to a dominant performance by their diminutive. Talisman maradonna verged at this point on the supernatural too. The rest of maradona's career played out to the same chorus of astonished applause and resigned. Soy's in nineteen ninety. He very nearly one argentina. Another world cup in one thousand nine hundred four. He was sent home early after failing a drug test. A few more seasons fading football followed then a career. Coaching at clubs of whom few had heard before maradona's turned up to manage them usually briefly. The low light of a short stint in charge of argentina's national side was getting clobbered six one in a world cup qualifier by the generally little feed. Bolivia could beat up saluda. Neither maradona's personal life nor public conduct became synonyms for probity and dignity. He received a suspended jail sentence for shooting for journalists with an air rifle outside his home in buenos iras on a return visit to naples. He had the to rolex watches. He habitually wore seized by local police as part payment for the thirty million euros. He still owed the italian treasury in taxes but no stupidity he perpetrated off the field ever quite included the memory of the miracles. He performed honored. There are those athletes who have the power to change a contest. Above and beyond their ability colossal though it may be space benz and time slows around them. The very fact of their presence alters things that charisma their reputation that half second of doubt they instill in their opponents. They are of that caliber. For whom a gain more race is half one before it even starts you. Think event and center hussein. 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Fantasy Football Forecast: One BIG THING you should know for every Week 2 matchup

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

08:19 min | 8 months ago

Fantasy Football Forecast: One BIG THING you should know for every Week 2 matchup

"I sit out the way New Orleans versus Las Vegas raters. We saw New Orleans showcase really really solid, really great defensive performance against Tom. Brady and the buccaneers They were pretty on disappointed as a team, lot of penalties on their defensive side of the front. The saints rebel to take advantage of that. La Raiders played against the Carolina Panthers last week and gave up thirty points. It's very possible that New Orleans doesn't look as Resi as they did against a really solid defensive front in Tampa. Bay and they might have their way with a raiders team that is still kind of pretty young and trying to get their footing and all this stuff. They don't they had an injury to majority of their wide receivers in the last game. So Dan, Waller seems to be their only solid option. At the receiving side of things that might mean there in Waller's uptick in target's share and my means, he gets an ends on this year or this week maybe something good happens for him I'm buying all the stock now I'm Kamara right now for this game, this should be Alvin Kamara. KAMERA's two touchdown, a hundred yards from scrimmage plus game. This is this is the one I wouldn't see why would be any otherwise and to be quite frank. I think that a lot of players on seem to have a really big game and this would be a really fun game to see trae Kwan Smith. I'm going to bring them up again. This'll be a fun game Trey Smith. Look to be a solid. Relieving game just for brevity and sake of saving saints, fans of fantasy fans alike, some worry as to what the saints offense can look like without Michael Thomas Soaking up a lot of the defensive pressure. All right. So Fancy implications all over the place you know Josh Jacobs. This could be a really good test to see just how much they believe in Josh Jacobs as a pass catcher because I don't know how much he's going to be able to do in the run game considering New Orleans is when had and still does on one of the better run defenses in all the football. I think the best game. Pound for pound this week has to be the night game on NBC, where New England is playing against Seattle that they're going to be playing in Seattle New England the we have a kind of banged up cam and she says it's the there's no hamstring issue but. Of Most people are saying that he does, Kinda. Have a little bit of a hamstring thing going on and we'll see how that affects him with all read option stuff and what we saw from last Sunday's performance maybe we started to see cam throw a little bit more, and then we can really see just what this doing his offense really has to offer for them sure that bill will have them ready for whatever and we saw sea hawks offense that basically let Russell Wilson do what people have been asking. Them to let Russell. Wilson do for basically the majority of the back half of the dense. You know twenty seventeen was to let Russ Cook and Cook did Russell Wilson? Do He only missed four passes? He had A. Great amount of yardage great touchdown passes de que look. Nice at times he did have some drops of course, Tyler Lockett looked really good. Chris Carson looked amazing. In the past game. We had some really good screens run in for touchdowns. They got tight ends involved the plethora tight ends at the seahawks own and their defense was literally flying around all over the place. Now, there are a lot of garbage time touchdown stuff in that Falcons game that I'm not GonNa hold against the defense when it mattered. Jamal Adams and of course. Everybody else in that defense just looked phenomenal. They just looked physical. They looked like they were flying around and making plays they look very formidable as team very formidable. So. That is a game as the May have a lot of implemented implications on things so KEEP IN MIND I think one of the better secondaries in the League is New England's granted they played against. The, dolphins but they did not allow that many receptions or receiving yards at all for either receiver on the dolphins and Tyler Lockett, and care very athletic fast guys but. It's going to be tough. Is GonNa be a tough about we'll see what happens. They may have to change up the strategy of leading Russ Cook for this game in particular and work through the old tried and true run the ball and try to make something happen later on in the game. But for US Russell Wilson owners like myself I hope they just let him throw the ball a little bit more that'd be nice. That would be fun I think we'd all like to enjoy that. So moving on towards another game I think the Baltimore Game at four, twenty, five eastern standard time on CBS is going to be a good one, Baltimore versus Houston. This game can go I think Houston is a team that kid look Jacqueline Hyde and they've been jekyll and Hyde ever since the Shawn Watson is come on that team and. Not Sage. It's the Sean played bad last Thursday. But he definitely did not look comfortable one hundred percent of the time and you just was trying to make plays. His offensive line wasn't there fully stout at all and when it was time to just throw throw throw things Kinda got out of hand for Houston Houston can't be a team that gets to behind too quickly or else it is going to be nightmarish for the offensive line. And it's going to be a bad day for Shawn Watson even though he can make miracles happen at will while Samour's in perfect position to take on a team that showcase bad tackling display. So this is a team. So if this is the time where you want to be like, okay JK Dobbins, he didn't have that many targets but hey, he got two touchdowns in is the time to test out the JK Dobbins is going to be. The album? Kamara. To Marketing Rooms Mark Ingram. So we'll see what happens here Lamar he this seem doesn't tackle well, Lamar could have himself a anywhere closer to forty to fifty yards rushing easily against this team if he wants it, and of course, Mark Andrews is a guy who I would think would eat very well against the Houston team that allowed drivers Kelsey to get like five catches in the first half with ease marched up and down the field with ease Look to see how David Johnson looks in his second bout. David Johnson had a nice surprise of a Comeback Week one performance that a lot of people were speculating was possible and he delivered for the most part. So that was encouraging for many people to go ahead and see so I wouldn't. Put it past him to do it once again. That's really really against the I think that Brandin cooks is still a bit. So that would not be. Great for folks owners. And I would be looking at anybody who has. Willie snead Willie snead was all over the place last week and it was almost to a shocking amount of how much willie snead was dependent on and I said Willie snead. That was not who I meant to say I meant to say will fuller will fuller will around the field for the Texans last week and I would like to see him continue that stretch because that would be. Pretty awesome to be completely honest. I. Would like to see a will fuller healthy and showcasing that he is here to stay in this league and thus it would not make me feel nearly as bad for short.

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Stephen 'tWitch' Boss speaks out for the first time about allegations of toxicity on the set of Ellen

Mark Simone

01:12 min | 9 months ago

Stephen 'tWitch' Boss speaks out for the first time about allegations of toxicity on the set of Ellen

"The Earth will be kind to everybody. Then backstage. She's a raging maniac. It's the most vicious environment in the world. Sexual harassment, racism, bullying brutality backstage from the staff and the manager. So finally You know, they have a deejay on the show. She's always dancing, Got a deejay that plays all the music. He came out to defend everything. And he said, Listen to this statement. There's love in the room backstage, it's filled with love. But there are some things that need to be addressed the hopefully at the proper time we could look so even the deejay who is obviously not the brightest guy, even he had admit There's some What does that mean? There's some things that need to. Obviously there's some things that need to be addressed here. So basically comes out the defender. But at the end, wink wink, it's true. It's all true. So Howard Stern had some good advice for her. Just just be the meanest woman would just do that. Have that be erect you This ruthless, awful Not a bad idea. Of course, Howard Stern has been such a Jekyll and Hyde get all of a sudden he's Mr P. Sena, so I don't have much credibility He has left anyways. Take some calls. Go to rich

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"jekyll" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"jekyll" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"There are more emperor penguins in Antarctica, than was previously thought. Despite being the largest penguins around emperors tricky defined as they breed on sea ice in some of the coldest and least hospitable parts of the planet. But researchers at the British Antarctic survey have been using high resolution satellite imagery to discover unknown colonies often at the edge of the known Emperor Penguin? Breeding. In a recent paper, they purported eight new colonies and confirmed the existence of three more bringing the total across the continent to sixty one. This suggests that there may be between five and ten percent more emperor penguins than previously known but there such as one that many of these new colonies are in places that are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Read more on that in remote-sensing in ecology and conservation. Microsoft Excel. The widely used spreadsheets software has been causing some headaches genesis by auto correcting the names of genes. For example, if a researcher inputs, the name March one which is short for membrane Associated Ring C. H. Type Finger one excel has an unfortunate tendency to reformat the name into a date the first of March. These. Kinds of reformatting problems surprisingly common with one twenty, sixteen study finding that a fifth of papers had some kind of exile era. The solution renaming the jeans over the past year. Some twenty twenty-seven human genes have been renamed to avoid xl Aras and this week the Hugo Gene Nomenclature Committee have announced new guidelines, the naming genes and proteins so as to avoid autocorrect issues. Read the announcement over at. Nature Genetics. Next up reporter Alex Jennings has been finding out how an unusual instrumental arrangement has revealed new information about how humans synchronize. Sixteen violinists sit in a circle. They're playing this repeating twelve note melody. The whole group is to play in synchrony, but each violinist can only hear the two immediate neighbors. This is because they're wearing noise cancelling headphones and.

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Rejecting a Duel Identity

Developer Tea

05:09 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Rejecting a Duel Identity

"It's easy to imagine. A dual system. A Dewalt sense of identity, the good side, bad side. The impulsive side of us and the more thoughtful side. This dual sense of identity is not real. It's only on our perception, and it can change the way we think about how we work as engineers. My name is Jonathan Cottrell you're listening to developer. My go on. The show is driven developers like you find clarity, perspective and purpose in their careers. Just like many of the other distortions that our brains can of trick us into believing the idea that we have to cells that we have the good side, the bad side that Dr Jekyll and Dr Hide. Is exactly that it's a trick, a distortion, a simple way of thinking that hides away the complex realities of our ego. So. Why are we talking about ego? Are we talking about dual since of identity on a podcast for engineers will? The truth is when we look at our code. Or? When we look at our previous code, we often tend to blame one or the other. We take credit. When. We believe that we've done something good and we assign that credit to the good ego. We assign it to. Who we intend to be. But then when something goes wrong, we don't take the same level of responsibility now. We may not blame our bad selves, but. We insulate our good selves from stakes. We imagine that the mistake is the fault of the circumstance when it's ourselves, but then when we're looking at other people, we imagine that the mistake is the fault of that person. Taking a wider view, we imagine that we. Can Transcend our own ego. In other words, we can get outside of our own sense of identity. Our own sense of purpose or worth. Our Self. Perception, This is that ego that we're talking about. And when we insulate our own egos from mistakes when we don't blame ourselves. For the bad that we do, but then we turn around, and we don't apply the same rules. The same luxuries to our co workers. We're doing this because we cannot imagine that are co workers have transcended their own egos. This is once again a distortion. This is called the fundamental attribution error. The idea is that we are assigning blame to a person based on who they are. They're fundamental attributes. Rather than doing what we do for ourselves, considering all of the other reasons, all of the other influences that may have caused an error. Going back to this idea that we have a dual, I'd identity. One of those identities is one that we reject. We don't integrate into our thinking. We? Don't believe that we're going to be late. We don't believe. That, we will be lazy. We don't believe that those are a part of who we are. And so we assign them we assign those negative attributes away from ourselves as far away as we can put them. Here's the takeaway for today's episode. Those sites are just as much a part of you. As the good ones. And there's no reason to push away from this. There's no reason to imagine that you can sequester all of your negative attributes. More negative behaviors or bad habits when we assign those to that second identity that second sense of self. that. We kind of naturally create that black, hole. That is not what we intend to be when we do that. We're not taking responsibility for the totality. Of our own actions. And when you do take responsibility for totality of your own actions, you can actually inspect them. Not. All the things that we think are bad. Behaviors are fundamentally bad behaviors, some of them responses to your environment and others. Are Good in the right light. I want to be very clear that there are certainly behaviors that we shouldn't try to portray in a positive light, but. The flip side of that of not being positive about them is not to reject them or act as if they don't exist. Instead we can learn from ourselves if we imagined that our identity is one and the same, no matter if it is positive or negative.

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Andre Harrell, music exec who discovered Diddy, dies at 59

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Andre Harrell, music exec who discovered Diddy, dies at 59

"Under her around the uptown records founder who shaped the sound of hip hop and R&B in the late eighties and nineties but acts like Mary J. Blige and heavy deep and also launched the career of Sean Diddy combs has died he was fifty nine do these company results where hotel was the vice chairman confirmed his death the pair met when did it intern for her well and the rest as they say is rap history city credit to rally giving him the tools to find success Carell was born in Harlem this started out as part of the rap duo's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Neutrogena slap the later he would work for Russell Simmons at def jam before going off on his own to launch uptown records in nineteen eighty six and eventually dominate urban music scene I'm going to route fifty nine I'm too little

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Pivoting Brighton Ruby 2020 with Andy Croll

Ruby on Rails Podcast

10:06 min | 1 year ago

Pivoting Brighton Ruby 2020 with Andy Croll

"I'm now starting to report on the series of wonderful people that I got to meet and Harris. Rb FIRST UP. Is Andy Crawl Antea? Cto At coverage book an answer the public he's a Rubio's conference organizer of Brighton. Ruby and author Speaker bootstrap and swim. Dad Thanks for joining me today. Andy thanks for having me absolutely Andy. What is your developer origin? Story overseeing story Roy so I have somewhat a classical nerd background Computers as a small child and then computer science at university and then I took a job. The I thought was technical but absolutely wasn't did four years of HR and communications for a big Tech Company. And then I was getting super frustrated with that all the time I sort of kept up making websites for various stuff. And I I quit that job to re skill into the website side of things and I started out in the front end of html CSS. And I discovered I discovered David Hammer. Hanson's make good fifteen minutes video and base count and thirty seventeen all around the same time in about two thousand seven and I've been doing re be rails ever since so you kind of touched upon it but what is your specific experience with. Ruby on rails. Well it's basically my entire career for the last decade and a bit which me and my niece feel old Yeah so was experience Bill. Various things like my own stuff Currently working with a team in Brighton in the UK on Coverage Book and onto the public which are two entirely separate SAS businesses. Run by technical team of three and a wider team of nine And we have two three thousand customers and we support the more with With two three mainly two or three rails APPs and lots of other stuff around the edges of the press. Cite JEKYLL Yeah so lots and lots of Ruby on rails pretty much. Have you ever deviated from Ruby and Ruby on rails? Have you tried other technical stacks or you pretty focused on rails? Have I strayed I have played a little bit with stuff. Of course all of us have to write Java scrip- whether we want to or not mostly not depending on whether I'm maintaining my own Java scrip- from Herman years ago. Yeah pretty much. I do a lot of fun work in our team as well so we a designer on team and he does some front end But I'm more focused on the performance and technical sides of those things I recently have built a wordpress blog for us for for marketing team re platforming from medium. An idea that was an entertaining exercise in the stuff I used to do was just doing front end. I just wanted to make websites and that was always the bt of Ruby handrails for me will very much finding a thing where I could make the compete to do what I wanted and then may have nice as well so yeah I. I've done a bit but mostly I try and work on problems that ruby on rails is a good fitful so I'm not building chat clones on building super high traffic Things that twitter or facebook scale so for that world any framework in larval in. Php or genuine python is great. I just happen to like Ruby. So that's where I've landed. That's fantastic and we're so lucky to have you in our community so not only. Are you ruby developer? You are also quite the conference organizer. And I'd love to hear the origin behind Brighton. Ruby Ross. Brian wins. It starts. It starts in two thousand nine. I lived in Singapore for six. My sort of initial ruby on rails stuff was in the Singapore community. I worked for a couple of startups out there including one where I raise money and travel startup up for myself and it was about two thousand and nine and we were having Christmas Ruby. Meet up and I was sort of at that time. There were loads of sort of regional conference in the US. Singapore's on the wrong side of the world to get to the US for a conference and so in Japan had guy. I'm always so I said to the set of the around. We should definitely do a conference. Rooms I yeah and do you. Totally should do a conference and I said well should we get to come and they will. He should invite Matt's. I mean Japan's not that far away and so emailed mats and then go back to me and said he would come and so it's his fault because then had to organize fronts. I told him this parable when I saw him again. And he said you used the word fault so that was great so I run that For two or three years and and then when I go back to the UK. I moved to Brighton. Sodium or live in London anymore. I moved to Brighton and decided a quick way to meet people doing the sort of work that I would be interested in getting a job in would be to Paula. White conference organizing inverted commas expertise into having an event in Brighton. So I put on something for one hundred something people the first year and And that was seven years ago and the sort of working out right I think. Wow that's amazing. So how many years is Brighton Ruby? Being going on then so I almost two thousand and fourteen just footing. Yes he doesn't fourteen. So yeah we're we're in the seventh year of Organisation of conferences. Although things have not exactly to plan the Yes yes. So speaking of a topic that cannot be avoided due to cove in nineteen. You had to cancel the in person experience for Brighton. Ruby twenty twenty. So could you please walk me through that decision so I may not really have been paying attention very much? I woke up a couple of weeks ago having sort of open the CFP about a month ago they papers have a proportion of invited speakers so Gemini. I invite the normal speakers the of this because I've seen speak elsewhere. Who would like to get over or repeats because we'd like to have back and then open a cough papers to have people to submit their talks and get new people into the into the speaking game as as it were well into that reviewing talks was my kids were sports thing on the on the Saturday morning and I woke up in the morning afterwards and went. Oh Oh I might have to deal with this. This is this is genuinely a thing. Isn't it And this is probably beginning of March time So yeah like it was suddenly. Oh I'm going to have to deal with this. What am I going to do And that was my first sort of paralyzing thought and I should have thought about that for bit And then I got in touch with the sponsors and the speakers and said just let you know I'm aware of this. I don't know I'm doing it. Let's see what happens as we know. Speaking today stuff has happened. Lots of stuff has been cancelled if the morning. I canceled Brian. Ruby rails also counseled and apple came out with ww DC being counseled so I was in good company that Friday But yeah all I did. I had sort of I sort of knew two or three days before and I turned ticket sales off a couple of days before that whilst I should've rounded the wagons and worked out what the hell it was always going to do because I didn't want to. Just go cancel it and not have a plan. I'd like to have a plan. I run Brighton Ruby. Entirely by myself. we'll see some help on the day the venue have always been really great But yeah it's it's very much a solo effort so I needed to sort of bounce ideas off the people who I normally bounce ideas off friends of mine like Tekken and Nadia and the and the sponsors work at what what it was. I was going to do. Yeah so what I'm GonNa do is I'm I'm having a a not a conference or a alternative conference or we'd conference I am not a fan of online events. Typically particularly the kind where I ended up having to run another massive slack or where you have to be in position at a certain time. So that's great. I personally don't like that. I feel like a big part of. Brian is the in person stuff in the hallway. Tracking was obviously the talks. Great there is an element of coming together and community spirit and see. That can't happen this year so I've focused a little bit more on the content side of things so I'm going to play this with all the speakers so they're going to do versions of their talks as videos which we will then sell and There's also the swag I was going to do was a so. I'm working with my friend. Who Works Works for Book Publishing Technology Company and we all reprinting a paperback of wise pointing to Ruby which for long-term Ruby s will fill the joy and for new. Rubio's to Maitland. Go what but it was so I'd like to do with my swagger for you. I'd like to have a surprise said lost. It was like a reusable coffee cups so I said I didn't. I ordered four hundred coffee cups and this year. I'm going to get hundreds of books printed so that's fine so we're going to print a copy of this book and sit down the Post and then so the the talks will come out. The book will be posted to you and then they'll be an opportunity for people to ask questions of the speakers and then I'm GonNa do what you're doing now? Which is politely. Be Quiet even though. You probably won't jumping all the time and listen to what the speakers have to say about questions from the audience or questions that life go about that talks about them. In general so yeah. I'm going to competition with Uber. And he's sorry.

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Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

Morning Edition

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the

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"jekyll" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"jekyll" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"The streets after Jekyll develops the serum let's go back and forth between Henry Jekyll the guy who starts out as hoover presses evil urges upstanding citizen and to hide who lets out all those urges and indulges the worst parts of himself in all kinds of lusty and murderous ways you're in since its October and Halloween's coming up and more to the point because this is the indicator that is right the story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde his kind of it reminding us of the US economy. Yeah Cardiff has been doing a lot of interesting Mr Hyde Impressions Oh it's coming which involved some very interesting sound effects which I hope you're not going to withhold story but it has been a baffling year in which to follow the US economy because so many indicators have been pointing in opposite directions it's like the economy itself has been struggling with its own good and evil natures so to the show the strange case of the two economies in this is the indicator from planet money I'm Stacey Manic Smith and I'm card Garcia I up the Jekyll on Amee why the US economy is soaring and we'll continue to soar over runners everything's off all the way why reasonable number one the labor market the unemployment rate is three point five percent that is the lowest it has been since May of nineteen sixty nine more than half a century go people have jobs and as long as the economy keeps creating enough jobs month to month which is what is happening right now things will keep looking up in the enemy because that means people are getting jobs and getting raises and they have more money to spend and they can buy things and rent apartments and that just all keeps the economy going we're right reason number two that everything is awesome everything is awesome the people with the lowest wages are the ones getting the biggest raises for the last three years the forty percent of US workers with the lowest wages have had their wages raised by more than all other workers that's in percentage terms in fact their wages have gone more than two percent a year after adjusting for inflation so the strong labor market has been benefiting the workers who need it most that is very je Kellyanne that's right you just coined that didn't you yes okay Kellyanne we're going to allow reason number three that we are in a Dr Jekyll economy the housing market is finally perking up it was kind of sluggish last year and during the first half of this year but now it is starting to look healthier and just yesterday a survey of companies that build home tmz showed that they were more optimistic about the housing market than they'd been since the start of last year and the housing market is a big deal for the rest of the US economy historically wherever the housing doc it goes the economy tends to follow and reason number four the Federal Reserve is on the case even though the US economy is not interest session the Fed has already started lowering interest rates to stimulate the economy because it wants to get ahead of any potential slowdown which means it for example let's say hey the trade war that's going on between the US and China or slowing growth in the rest of the world let's say those things do end up hurting the US economy well the US economy will already be in better shape to withstand the damage because it'll already have some momentum behind it because yeah the Fed knows what's up it's ahead of the curve so there you go Interject Konami so many reasons to celebrate Sumi reasons to be optimistic so many reasons to be a little bored though like everything's awesome like there's evil always more seductive good well that is true everybody thinks Mr Hyde is way more interesting than Dr Jekyll and you know it is a much more interesting the conversation let's be honest you don't stand in the subway talking to people about like how awesome the housing market is well you don't Oh that's so after the break we explore our dark sides and we take a look at the Mr Hyde economy time to drink.

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The Jekyll And Hyde Economy

The Indicator from Planet Money

03:34 min | 1 year ago

The Jekyll And Hyde Economy

"Story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde his kind of it reminding us of the US economy. Yeah Cardiff has been doing a lot of interesting Mr Hyde Impressions Oh it's coming which involved some very interesting sound effects which I hope you're not going to withhold story but it has been a baffling year in which to follow the US economy because so many indicators have been pointing in opposite directions it's like the economy itself has been struggling with its own good and evil natures so to the show the strange case of the two economies in this is the indicator from planet money I'm Stacey Manic Smith and I'm card Garcia I up the Jekyll on Amee why the US economy is soaring and we'll continue to soar over runners everything's off all the way why reasonable number one the labor market the unemployment rate is three point five percent that is the lowest it has been since May of nineteen sixty nine more than half a century go people have jobs and as long as the economy keeps creating enough jobs month to month which is what is happening right now things will keep looking up in the enemy because that means people are getting jobs and getting raises and they have more money to spend and they can buy things and rent apartments and that just all keeps the economy going we're right reason number two that everything is awesome everything is awesome the people with the lowest wages are the ones getting the biggest raises for the last three years the forty percent of US workers with the lowest wages have had their wages raised by more than all other workers that's in percentage terms in fact their wages have gone more than two percent a year after adjusting for inflation so the strong labor market has been benefiting the workers who need it most that is very je Kellyanne that's right you just coined that didn't you yes okay Kellyanne we're going to allow reason number three that we are in a Dr Jekyll economy the housing market is finally perking up it was kind of sluggish last year and during the first half of this year but now it is starting to look healthier and just yesterday a survey of companies that build home tmz showed that they were more optimistic about the housing market than they'd been since the start of last year and the housing market is a big deal for the rest of the US economy historically wherever the housing doc it goes the economy tends to follow and reason number four the Federal Reserve is on the case even though the US economy is not interest session the Fed has already started lowering interest rates to stimulate the economy because it wants to get ahead of any potential slowdown which means it for example let's say hey the trade war that's going on between the US and China or slowing growth in the rest of the world let's say those things do end up hurting the US economy well the US economy will already be in better shape to withstand the damage because it'll already have some momentum behind it because yeah the Fed knows what's up it's ahead of the curve so there you go Interject Konami so many reasons to celebrate Sumi reasons to be optimistic so many reasons to be a little bored though like everything's awesome like there's evil always more seductive good well that is true everybody thinks Mr Hyde is way more interesting than Dr Jekyll and you know it is a much more interesting the conversation let's be honest you don't stand in the subway talking to people about like how awesome the housing market is well you don't Oh that's

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"jekyll" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jekyll" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Welcome back to Atlanta living I'm your host the Linda Skelton we're talking about Jekyll island club resort and the Jekyll island ocean club with Patty canning she's the director of sales and marketing and David dancing my foodie correspond at and there is a very historic the first that happened about a hundred years ago that we're gonna have Patty explained to us that it's a very historical important to our every day living that she can tell us about Patty tells about that's very interesting you know it's not something that for some reason that we learn in school but cedar Vale who was there present at eighteen T. at the time he was also a member of the Jekyll island club I happen to be convalescing on the island during the time of the first transcontinental telephone call he didn't want to miss it so they actually catch him in from New York to Washington DC Jekyll island all the way over to the west coast so the first transcontinental telephone call took place in January of nineteen fifteen and Jack Ryan was part of it while he said I'm not gonna miss though that's right and so we celebrated the hundred year anniversary back in January of two thousand fifteen we have all sorts of things that the museum that you can take a look at that or mind as we have the actual photo on the day off its it's it's quite interesting that's really cool okay we have more coming up with Patty handing director of sales and marketing and David dancing my foodie correspond that from the Jekyll island club resort and Jekyll ocean club and all the things that are around Jekyll island to do that you're not going to want to miss as a short little drop she that's part of Georgia that we want to.

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When It Comes To Race, Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate

NPR's World Story of the Day

07:12 min | 2 years ago

When It Comes To Race, Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate

"Eating disorders had the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric diagnosis this week. One organization is trying to spread the word that eating disorders affect all of us from NPR's coats, which podcast Charene, mice Marashi has more. Carla Moseley wants you to know that people with eating disorders, look like her two. I'm a woman of color, and I certainly didn't know that people like me had eating disorders. It seemed like it was a white rich female adolescent disorder only one of those identifiers fits Moseley whose black and binged purged for years. She also struggled with obsessive thoughts about food. I've experienced so many holidays and social. Events where I wasn't present with people because I was focusing on. What was on the table? What was going in my mouth? Then once I ate. It is gonna make me fat the next day food haunted her at times food comforted her at others. And when she threw food up she says, it was actually a way to purge pent up sadness and anxiety. She says there was a period in her life where she was throwing up every single night Moseley's an actor. She's been a regular on the daytime soap the Bolden the beautiful since twenty thirteen but a decade before that she was working on a kids show in Australia at night. I was doing this really violent thing by myself up all night. And then during the day, I was like smiling and entertaining children, and it was very strange, Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde moment, and I was kind of like barely keeping it together. And then my aunt passed away. Her aunt was like, a second mom, and when she got that news, the very first thing she did was run. Into the bathroom to throw up. Her colleagues were aware this was going on and begged her to get help which she did. And speaking honestly about her eating disorder, and her recovery is Moseley's way of giving back. She says she was lucky to have colleagues who supported her, and she knows not everyone has that luxury. So she's using her platform as a black actor with sixty thousand Instagram followers. You know, my picture shows up in their feet every day. And that's a wide range of people. I'm on the number one soap opera in the world is possible that by my telling my story people can be helped Carla Moseley's an ambassador for the largest nonprofit in the US helping people affected by eating disorders the national eating disorder association or Nita this week marks its annual eating disorder awareness campaign. And this year's theme is inclusivity the tagline come as you are. And one of our big goals with ambassadors is to really carry forward. This message of commas. You are that's the head of Mita Claire Miskito ambassadors like Carla or sharing their stories this week and miss go wants other people to do the same using the hashtag come as you are. She says thirty million Americans have struggled with an eating disorder at some point in their lives, and that number is probably higher because the stereotype of who has an eating disorder affects how we talk about eating disorders who seeks treatment who gets treatment and how they're treated miss. Go hopes people of all genders and racial and ethnic backgrounds will participate it's really about against celebrating community and busting these myths that prevent an have prevented so many people from coming forward. Another myth people with eating disorders are all thin Chevy's Turner who founded the binge eating disorder association in two thousand eight says that's just not true. She's struggled with both binge eating disorder and atypical anorexia. That's when you restrict your food intake in your calories. But you don't look super thin. I have always lived in a higher weight body. And so part of what the greater eating disorders community back in two thousand eight was not doing was really representing people in higher way bodies with eating disorders binge. Eating disorder wasn't recognized on the American psychiatric association's diagnostic manual back. Then as something Turner worked on changing and that officially happened in twenty thirteen now that there's more research on binge eating. She says demographic data's emerging the Latino community actually has the highest rates of binge eating disorder, and they are followed by the black community. A researcher told me that Latina she worked with who crossed the border from Central America and Mexico had gone without food for so long. They started binge eating once they finally had it so food insecurity can be a trigger. Trauma can also be a trigger as well as anxiety and depression, but most of the studies on what causes eating disorder. Have been done by white researchers on white women with diagnostic tools designed by white. Researchers for white women Turner who's white wanted to address this lack of representation in her own way. So she invited an equity expert who's black to speak at the binge eating disorder association's annual conference a few years ago. She says that expert desert Atalay got up on stage. And she said I just want to let y'all know that this is a room full of white supremacy. And until that point I had not really realized just how white are organizations were and just how much we were not listening Chevy's Turner has a new job. Now, she's at the national eating disorder association. She joined forces with Clare miss go at Nita to quote, unify the eating disorder community and miss go acknowledges, they have some work ahead when it comes to being more inclusive as a white woman. I'm sort of putting forward that typical picture of who struggles needed doesn't have a Latina ambassador yet. But they reached out to someone to help get the word out about come as you are her name's Gloria Lucas, and she started her own thing because like Chevy's Turner. She felt like the eating disorder community wasn't serving her knees as a Latina with an eating disorder who identifies as chubby. So she created not going up positively pride. Now, Gordon means a woman with the big butt. And it's also sling rights, I think that people relate to that. Right. That's big Spanish like, oh, this is familiar, Lucas, his Instagram. Also called nine going up, positively pride has eighty thousand followers, and she gives toxic schools and in bilingual bookstores, basically wherever she can gather an audience of people of color to share her own recovery story, and how she came to the realization that trying to prove her worth in a society that doesn't value her was making her sick. She says she read that eating disorders are saying reactions to insane circumstances, you know, but I think that KamAz your is like everybody from all different types of backgrounds. Come as you are and talk about our struggles with food right because eating disorders thrive in isolation. The national eating disorder association's come as you are campaign. Ends march. Third Shereen mighty Marashi. NPR news.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ShopTalk

ShopTalk

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ShopTalk

"Besides each other at an end complementing each other. And then there's this interesting hybrid of creating elect largely static site generated site, but then when static site generation starts becoming impractical. Like, you have a ecommerce site with ten thousand products in your Jekyll build takes an hour, or whatever it is. You don't have to do it that way. You can step excite generate sixty percent of the site and then have slash product which has like some query parameters that hits an API for. The data that isn't a cloud database somewhere. You know, you can kind of be half-and-half, which is so cool. Yeah. I would I I mean, maybe they got into this. But I would just love to see like a I don't know like a blog post in architecture blockbusters kinda hard because they're so specific to some implementation type of site. But like, I don't know I'm thinking like I built a big dumb like ecommerce site as a static website like, you know, ten thousand products or something urban outfitters right now a static site or something like that would be like. Oh, no. That would just be like, so interesting. I don't know if it's been done or I don't know like what the scale is. Because in my mind, always like oh status. I that's small that small that's for small. But like you're saying, it doesn't have to be like, you know, you can just. There was a part of the keynote was very interesting, and how you can you don't have to stop your current server side architecture in which to dabble your feet in this which is fascinating because you know, some of the best technologies out there are ones that allow for incremental adoption as they say, you know, I think in a way that's you could attribute some of the success of react to that is that you don't necessarily have to go all in on all your entire architecture to use some react in your app now. Whether that's true for your app, or what I think it's generally true industry-wide in so part of this demo was that. Specifically has this kind of proxy feature on a URL by URL basis. Meaning that you could spin up unedifying sight and say like this particular URL is going to is going to be statically served through Netflix lab, none of the rest of it is or something. Yes. You can be like, okay. I see like if I wanna run part of my app, or you know, some sub directory of eyesight kind of static hosted style you can't. And then proxy the rest of it to wherever it's the rest of it is being served already. So you could dip your does. Yeah. No. That'd be just curious like how far people have pushed it, you know. But that's it. There's also, you know, even in the static site world. A lot is kind of changed. I mean, I still use Jekyll. I love Jekyll IVA weird like partisan point of view and Jekyll, but you know, like. Zac, leathermans eleven apparently is like all the same features as Jekyll in like, you can even bring your own tempting language, and it eleven d just spits out websites. And I'm like well. I mean, those seem like no you notice more appealing to me than ruby for whatever is kinda who cares because it's just static. You know, like, what is a matter. Really? But I feel like if I had to hack on it. I could I'd be more useful. And I guess you're kind of a ruby assed anyways, comfortable hacking either way. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. I I'm also in the like try not to hack core camp..

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Buffalo, Buffalo Bills And Jacksonville discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Buffalo, Buffalo Bills And Jacksonville discussed on First and Last

"All of it boiled over into a moment where Leonard fournette and. I aim Lawson the Diene for the Buffalo Bills spilled over into a fight on the sideline the end. It was some punches on the field that got both players Jekyll, and that was one of those ugly moments where you thought man are we gonna full mouse in the palace this thing because everybody was involved in that it was Leonard fournette and shack Lawson and both of them were checked. And then the funny thing happened where letter for net going towards the locker room almost had like entourage around him. He had a couple of big dudes walk in with him over kind of escorting them there because they knew shack loss and company would be getting there at the same time. And shack was not done having that argument and all we thought. Spilling into that tunnels. We saw them John. And God bless those cameramen doing the Lord's work getting knee-deep into the tunnel. As we saw that fight spill over there. If we thought how ugly this might get and didn't, but it is every indication of how ugly this Jacksonville season has gotten right now buffalo. Yeah. Buffalo's a playoff was a playoff team last year inexplicably. They found a way we had that last minute play from Andy Dalton and the Bengals that helped lift buffalo into the playoff. All the buffalo wings got sent to him the donations all that great stuff. But that was much more of a fringe playoff team. And they were one that was going to be in transition with worke quarterback. And so this year you've seen the come up from that team. A team that's been able to rally around defense that is over performed for Jacksonville. This season has been a disaster. And so you see that moment for them. And you look at buffalo, and I say fight, I say all these things about buffalo that you can spin it as a positive and endearing sort of thing. And obviously this moment isn't all that endearing to anyone. But on the other side for Jacksonville. This just seems to be the death rattle that this team is in right now as they continue to lose games as now the defense is falling victim to what happens when you've got a team that so imbalance that can't count on its offense to bail it out ever that even a defense that we know has good parts that we've seen perform well that its top level got you to an AFC championship. Now seems to be falling apart and seems to be pulling apart at the seams. When you see that situation, I know Leonard for nets offense a player, but it's the death rattle of this entire machine. And you wonder now for Doug Marrone? What this looks like for him. Because when you fall this hard, nobody walks out of this thing blameless and for Tom Coughlin and this organization. What do you do address the quarterback position going forward? Because in the meantime, your players just be punched in the face.

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"jekyll" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"That's a blackout. You're up and about doing your about your business, but none of that gets laid into memory because of the effects of alcohol. And that's a blackout. Yeah. I had a friend who who would blackout got violent is back out so right, that guy. Well, he did wake up chain to a gurney county USC is that there's that. But he truly became a different person. You don't have become a broader. Well, you don't have to. He did. Yeah. He was a funny, mild mannered, kind of thoughtful Rodney that sorta intellectuals in Rudy Rudy, and he was perfectly fine. And then he got drunk and turned into somebody else, and. There's nothing you can do about it once once he was that person and you know, Dr Jekyll mister high was written about that. That happens to some people, I suppose as a chemical, whatever. That's just some, you know, get drunk and I just get tired, remove falsely or whatever, say stupid stuff, but I don't turn into. I don't. I don't not recall an into somebody different and he he would be somebody different and he would be prone to violence or whatever. And then the next day just have no recollection of it, and that would account for fair amount of behavior out there when somebody goes, I don't know what you're talking about because he didn't know what we're talking about, and we knew exactly what we were talking about because we're there and it is having a more than one occasion once in Mexico. The thing that was funny about Mexico Tijuana that is is. When we got to the car and we said, okay, let's do an honest valuation who is in the best shape to drive right now. We arrived on Rudy. But he was in a blackout. No, not passed out. Yeah. He says you can't drive black down. No, and then just continued on the whole night, but it was struck me as odd as that we decided he should be the one driving pretty smart stuff, shrewd great judgment, fantastic impeccable. Dare you know what? Don't let anyone ever say the male frontal lobe is not fully formed. Oh God. We shoulda died a thousand times over think I didn't kill anybody else. Importantly, yeah. Well, turn out. People are pretty good drunk drivers back that. All right. Let's see. Has pay top walkway down. All right, Kevin, forty, two Reno. Yes. Oh my gosh. Thank you for taking my calls. I mean my call. He's awesome. Okay. This is embarrassing. I gotta say I for the last six months, eight months or whatever. There's been pain where there shouldn't be paying. In the manhood, whereas you got to be very specific, whereas the pain. Feels like it's on the inside, but it's only when on Iraq. And have you seen the euro? Have you seen a urologist about this? No. Okay. Well, that's what you need to do. On the inside. So it could be your. Okay. So me and my wife like voided, you know her, you know, lady coming onto me. Yeah, because I'm like, this really hurts. So finally, she just comes up to me this mad one day. It's like what is going on, you know, and blah, blah, blah. And you know, you don't love me anymore. I'm like, okay, I gotta tell her. I told her and she's like, why don't you just tell me? I'm like, this is in Paris. Like, what could it be? So of course, I go to Google, right, and it it could be cancer. It could be all this stupid stuff. I'm like, oh my gosh, there's a lot of things that cause very unlikely to be cancer, but let's take care probably stricture or something like that. Who knows what you know. Sometimes it's pepperonis. All kinds of things can do that. So go take care of it and that'll be that. Okay. I just, I guess what I the biggest thing you the urologist do that all day long. That's all they do. That's all they do. Take your stuff like that. Yeah. So just go to urologist gonna offend them, the rights like you're bringing their business to them. That's all they do is deal with male genitalia. That's their job. Some of them do kidney transplants also, but really? Yeah. About that. All right. Let's see. Top down. Talk to fill thirty nine from Connecticut fail. Phil. Skip over and go to, Matt. Okay. Wait fell. Yes, thank you for taking my call quarter syllables. Hang up. Go ahead, fell. Yes..

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"jekyll" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That was. A real time Jekyll and Hyde transformation. Right that's like I remember when I was a kid and and you'd see. A movie where there's like some sort of transformation? Like American werewolf in. London and you see the transformation have. You can't wait for that moment I want. To see what it looks like when they transfer he transformed For a guy who was just hey I'm happy I wanna game, into a raving lunatic and. The sound doesn't do it Justice like. He gets this crazed look on his face it was a, simple question It was a, simple, fair question. Asked with smile on face and song and heart and to her credit Maria tail just she she was not flustered by it. At all he was though Because he's reportedly called to. Apologize for high behaved and okay. Nick Sabin apologized for being Nick Sabin mean if he's going to start apologizing for being who. He is he's going to spend all of. His time apologizing He is who, he is he ain't change in at sixty seven He is who he is The real question is and I remember when I was a kid and maybe this is a segment We need to do separately in the program Psychoanalyze Nick Sabin and I'll address whether or not Nick Sabin and those like him are about to become extinct. In football in the next ten to twenty years that's something. We'll talk about later in. The program for now we'll take a quick break when we return an. NFL coach Shu acted a little like Nick Sabin we're gonna play you the full three. Minutes of Doug Peterson, and his mini-meltdown from Sunday when PF NBC sports radio. Update starts now The SEC. Shows up again.

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"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He didn't have a great series against boston his shot was off but if he can get him going which i'm sure lebron is gonna identify pretty quickly that's going to be one of the big keys of the game and then is there a bigger dr jekyll and mr tournament seen right there because at 'em spears ninety six myself at peter burns espn what is the greatest hot and cold athlete of all time because i might it may be one of those deals like there's never be a college football coach of the year award it should just be the nick sabin coach of the euro award right he should always win that i think it should be the jr smith dr jekyll mister hyde award because i don't i can't recall an athlete mike i'll bring you into this discussion as well to can you recall an athlete where you had no idea on if that person was going to be a game changer or that person was going to be a mean for for a whole week like jr smith i think he may win the annual award every single year i'm trying to think of somebody i mean like i'm thinking of their quarterbacks in in in the nfl yeah i can see that i mean i saw tibo in a in a game against the houston texans heck in the game against the pittsburgh steelers i was there in sports authority field where he threw the eighty yard touchdown maria's thomas he threw for three hundred and sixty yards i think three touchdowns in of course and then the next week they he threw for like eight yards against the patriots and foxborough loss that's a good one i'm thinking of the greatest hot cold athletes of all time because i would think it would be in baseball golf right because it's a it's a game of failure how about adam dunn guy would like two hundred strikeout a thousand times but he ever touched the ball it was home run jason heyward also i think with the braves like whenever he would do that like you know we would go would be feast or famine david divall had some he's had a run like that where a couple of years ago or gosh now maybe almost twenty years ago guy sheets fifty nine and then all of a.

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27 New Women Accuse Charlie Rose of Sexual Misconduct

01:34 min | 3 years ago

27 New Women Accuse Charlie Rose of Sexual Misconduct

"Charlie rose is an even more trouble in the me two days here twenty seven more women have accused charlie rose of sexual harassment cbs was alerted to his alleged behavior reportedly as early as nineteen eightysix and as recently as april twenty seventeen or she was fired from cbs and pbs last november seventy six years old but we've got an additional twenty seven women the new allegations date back to nineteen seventy six when charlie rose allegedly exposed his penis to a former research assistant and then allegedly groped her breasts while working at nbc news is washington bureau she says this other personality would come through and the groping would happen you mean like he would change his where you're looking at me well i don't know what do you mean what's going on it makes me concerned that he's he's acting one way you know one half the time at work he's charlie rose rose we all know and then some doctor jekyll mr hyde situation happens and he turns into a groping monster becomes chuck at that point ten years later a twenty two year old cbs news clerk anne marie par reported to her boss some comments that charlie rose had made tour including things like anne marie.

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"jekyll" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on Love Your Work

"What are incentives what's the point the i mean i'd love to take fifty subs back and talk about my you know the history money that i always always talk about which i'm happy to swing into a moment but you want to go that way or should i go i wanna go there but yeah i start answering the question and starts getting because a lot of people okay so i was just listening to a book my walk here and it's a book about the creation of the fed it's called the curse of jekyll island the creature from jekyll island which is a great book and it's about the invention of the fed and the re the removal of money from having any concrete value or the last nine years or so and previously as the us dollar was gold back for every dollar there was represented a certain amount of gold that was sitting at the federal reserve that right yeah the government guaranteed that it would redeem your notes for for a amount of gold but basically six very rich men in nineteen thirty or nineteen twenty they got together and they went to jekyll island which is jordan off the coast of georgia and they're all bankers and they came up with the idea of how can we create a system in which we can generate money out of nothing and how can we make that thing not owned by the government but instead owned by private enterprise especially owned by banks and how can we conceal the fact of the world is true and they did that by creating the federal reserve which is a private organization that's not owned by the government that manufacturers dollar nothing but that's not the point the point is this when you when you people start talking money there is ways over and they they don't wanna hear because there's a lot of different first of all it sounds confusing seems very confusing because most conversations start in the middle where the definitions of what money is haven't been settled yet over also ziv in in a matrix of of money it's like a religious we are behavior has been shaped by money and it shapes everything around us the transaction of that money as white world now it's it can be numbers in a database somewhere and.

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"jekyll" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"Dr jekyll runs pro dgm which is a a semi government semi secrets uh organization dedicated to stop fighting the occult around the world and this is like the kind of hub a round which all of these universal monster movies is going to rotate ewing said this is the equivalent of like the muto thing the government in exile of monica yawns or or shield or a on in the marvel universe i mean at the the idea is that dr jekyll will be kind of our project monarch keeping yep keeping an eye on all the various things in your there's there's a semi cool scene but also just kind of semi terrible scene where tom cruise's like wandering around the prodigious him offices and he sees like skulls in jars it's like there's a human skull human skull then a skull with fangs oh my god dracula it's dracula guys jackie liz in this universe anyway so like i said it's not checking arthur bad it doesn't a better job of like setting up in this world in which we are going to have other future instalments um but it is bad it's bad it's it's a it's a bad movie in it is it's it is not well done and it is uh it is failing at the box office domestically it had a pretty big open overseas but yet aged china i saw but uh i i i do think that it's it's going to kind of die on the vine would you were done watching this movie did you think you to yourself i made a smart choice by going or no yeah well i mean look you one 'hasta experience the culture in order to grapple with it that's my that's my theory of because you know sunny there's a smart a choice.

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"jekyll" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"jekyll" Discussed on The Filmcast

"That is just a little weird that they would put dr jekyll in charge of the produce jim bumbling not the the best strategy they're considering they has whoever made that organization be ab he created a look at it gives organization yeah okay fine but the maybe this is time to set aside and let another ceo in why tell me your head has given to fits of rage that whatever steps he is literally the embodiment of evil when he becomes mr hud ever better solutions to us stopping the whole highpaying like they have like a secret lehrer with all the technology it and he cancer square like a risk banned yeah the self visa self administer the medication really which we really it seems like he's very bad at because he he keeps flaring up so he's not controlling it in a good way i thought that whole role was just ridiculous i mean it the look of mr hyde i thought it was not in pre it was like russell crowe with more more vini russell crowe that's all i was it as jeter have this are now you're i was disappointed by that as well and and i thought well it's of interesting that they're having the actor do it instead of it being the cgi creature like he's literally putting on a different posture and a different accent eight like it's kind of old school in the sense of letting him act the the difference rather than them constructed in post and i can give them a little credit for that actually.

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