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"jerrell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"What Alabama wants to do, like you say, this turnover every year is pretty ridiculous to run their own, despite all the turnover, but I think what else then is that they get multiple guys to build relationships on the staff with these recruits just in case of a staffer leads for another college leads for NFL job as we've seen in the past. And that really helps because you got to get recruited by all these programs across the country, Bama doesn't just take keys in Alabama. So they're competing against schools in Florida and Ohio State, for example, to the school that recruits Florida a lot. You have to make sure that you have a lot of guys have relations with these with these players these days just because of how national recruiting is when Alabama when Nick Saban got to Alabama, national recruiting wasn't at the level that it is now and staffs weren't as big as they are now. So you're able to pull that weight in those areas without just and I'd be limited to losing the guy just because one coach decided at the end of the season that he wants to do something else with his career. It's funny when you say that because it just makes me think about, you know, I'll date myself here, but like the NCAA college football game that so many people my age played, right? And when you used to build the program, you had to make a decision if you were going to recruit somebody that was out of your area when you were doing that mode. It cost you all these points because man recruiting on the other side of the country was difficult. Now it feels like every school can do that. However, they want if they're willing to spend the money. So with your I am recruiting, you know, knowing that we just watched a national championship game where Georgia beats Alabama and finally gets that sort of moment in that shine. If you looked at those two programs based on where they are in the recruiting that you know for the next three years, which team in your mind is which program is better set to be at the top? It's hard to say, it's hard to say, but in my gut would tell me that Alabama is still is still better positioned for the future foley because they've proven over time and time again that they can rebuild and rebuild it in the right way. Reload is the right word. And this is George's first time reaching the mountaintop. And George is well equipped to continue to reach the mountains up, but so Alabama and Alabama has been has proven that they can do it despite losing coaches, losing players like Georgia lost a ton of players this year. Alabama's done that a few times over the last ten years and family isn't going anywhere when it comes to recruiting. I mean, right now, if they have, they have a 5 star committed already and we're not in the summary yet. A top 60 quarterback probably player in Eli holstein in the country to other four star recruits. Jordan's Georgia has a heck of a class already as well. But I think national championship helps Georgia a lot when it comes to recruiting guys in Alabama that tend to go to Alabama more times than not in auburn, more times than not in other places. So I think Georgia has definitely gained points around the country with recruits with the national championship and it'll be tight between those two programs. You guys can follow him on Twitter at Terrell Russian underscored check him out on the USA Today network doing Alabama recruiting reporting there. It takes a special skill set to be able to recover the recruiting didn't. You do it really well. I appreciate you hanging out with me. Thank you so much for the hang. Appreciate it so much. Hanging out with us. And you know, it's funny because I don't know what the sales pitch really is, like realistically. You walk in the room, you look at saving, and he says, yep, you either know you want to come here, you don't, you know? If you're Alabama, you can look at it and say, look at the number of wide receivers, we get drafted. I joked last year during college football season that they're becoming wide receiver you, right? You can look at the explosiveness of the offense. You know that you're going to get every opportunity to win a national championship. And you know that the cupboards never bear. And you know that you got Nick Saban as your head coach. So you're always going to be in the thick of the conversation. It's such an easy moment. I respect arch for going out and checking out every free state he can get, he should get along the way within all the rules, of course. But along that way, I just wonder what this sales pitch should be. I want you guys to continue to get in on the conversation 855-242-7285 the question of the day. And this is a simple one. What's the best and worst tradition in all the SEC in honor of the vandy Whistler, the best and worst will take more of your calls to give you some of my thoughts on our next 855-242-7285..
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"jerrell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Masters, the world's number one Greg Norman. Greg, I left the chorus on Saturday night, wasn't the same when it showed up on Sunday. One of the greatest sports collapses ever. I remember how sick it made me feel. Would my life be different if I had a grain jacket? 30 for 30% shark. Now streaming on ESPN+. I'm Jason Fitz sitting in for Paul. I'm gonna get you guys involved in the conversation and celebrating some of the best and worst. So what's the best and worst tradition in all of SCC sports? This is an honor, of course, of the vandy Whistler. I think we can all agree. It's gotta be one of the worst at least 855-242-7285 is how you get in on the fun there. 855-242-7285. But again, let's do positive and negative. So we'll go best and worst. In the meantime, while we're getting set for all of that, I want to get a little bit of insight on what to expect. We were just talking about Alabama and let's get an expert on all things Alabama, Alabama have a recruiting reporter for the USA Today network Terrell Russian joining us. Jerome really appreciates your time and thanks for hanging out with me today and there's all this conversation we've been having all week on fine bomb about name image likeness and what it means for recruiting and navigating these waters. Well, we all know that arch is going to be visiting and talking to Alabama. So how real is the courtship in your mind between the tide and Manning? Well, thanks for having me, Jason. I still think it's pretty real, even though there is a commitment, but we know not a lot of teams take two quarterbacks, Alabama's only done it a few times under saving and the most recent time was 2017. But you have the whole thing is a good quarterback if Alabama does not land arch Manning like many people want them to do, but the whole thing is a big guy. He's decisive with the ball. Damage used to that with guys like Bryce young. And he can run so he can run a little bit for a big guy too. So I think he was real, you have to wait and see how things play out, but is rare for a school to take two quarterbacks, especially as that caliber, both of these guys are top 75 guys in the nation arches, obviously, number one, a lot of that a lot of places. Any surprise to you that Eli would come out and commit before the arch visit? Is it was possible because a program wants to have that quarter bay. As a cornerstone of their class, it's not a good it's not always a good thing to be waiting for a quarterback laden late in the late in the signing period late in the right around February when the signing day is going on. These quarterbacks can recruit for they can recruit for these coaches to recruit other kids on visits, people were recruited by Alabama that committed in 2022 around the nation last year during football season. So I think it's a good thing that Alabama has this has eat my whole thing in right now and this is probably a fake, it's probably a sex arch Manning's likeliness to go to Alabama. It definitely affects it, but I mean, Eli, hypothetically, Eli could decommit things change all the time. He was committed to Texas a and M last year and end up decommitting earlier this year. It was, I think it was a situation where bam was happy if they could get Eli or arch. So jero, a lot was made last week, obviously, of Sabin and Jimbo yelling at each other about the processes for each of them. As somebody that works and covers recruiting so much, have you seen a difference where a change in recruiting NIL that you think is tangible to these programs? I think so. I think you're really matters to some every kid wants a little bit of change in their pockets. But I'm not sure to fix the top guys as much as it may affect some of the lower tier guys. I think I still think your top guys are going to go to programs where they believe they can develop that and take their name is always put a lot of people in the NFL as Alabama obviously. I don't think it's a big deal for sure, but recruiting is still going to be about going where you can get developed that. In my opinion, it may affect what's possibly a safe way at schools you go through at that top level for these 5 star guys, these four star guys, but. As Larry, he seems like the big guys in college football are going to benefit more from it. You may not have that forest started goes to a low level power 5 school versus a team that can have potential with the marketability, the size of the program that would attract more people that can offer these kids in IO deals. We're talking to jarrell Russian, you can take them out agile Russian underscore on Twitter, Alabama recruiting reporter for USA Today network on the Paul finebaum show, Jason Fitz filling in and Terrell, I guess, follow me here because I think I keep thinking about guys that I know at ESPN that played college football. And so many of them will tell you that it was the position coach of the recruiting coordinator that always seemed to matter to them. That's who they had the closest relationship within their time, not the head coach, but Alabama has constant turnover all over the place on their coaching roster, and it never really seems to impact their ability to recruit. Is it just Saban and everybody else is just in the mixing bowl is decide ingredient?.
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"jerrell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I grew up. A compilation of stories, styles and sounds. What these guys are doing on the streets is artistry, illuminating the essence of the game from the people who play it, shape it and love it. The style of basketball that's being played now. That's dedicated to ruck park featuring Jamal Crawford, Chelsea gray, God sham God, and others. This is a street bomb mixtape, starting May 31st, follow and listen on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm sitting there scrolling the World Wide Web, I see a video of the vandy Whistler, and it occurs to me there's a real solution to it. Maybe somebody's tried it. But at least I'm going to throw it out there and you can let me know. Maybe I've missed this attempt at the solution. It's a Paul fine bob show. I'm Jason Fitz in for Paul 855-242-7285. I'm asking you guys your least favorite SEC tradition. I think this stuff is hysterical. Because we all have that one that gets under our nerves, right? You either love or hate rocky top, there's no in between and especially when the balls were great listening to rocky top that many times in the game. It was either going to be your favorite thing or at least favorite thing. So I want to hear from you guys to take your calls in a second. I just, I keep thinking about the vandy Whistler and there's a video out there of somebody in the stands going up to him and reminding him that they are ruining the experience for everybody else in the stadium. And I don't think there are a 100% wrong. I fall on both sides of this, you know, I mean, there's a part of me that says, I love the passionate fandom to the point that you're going to come in and do your thing exactly the way you want to do it. That's fine. But I also look at it and say, yeah, everybody else is in that stadium where arena depending on the event too. So there's the fine line. I just wonder why somebody hasn't just sat behind him with an air horn. So like every time he starts to whistle, just blow an air horn at his head. Like, at some point, would that not stop if I realized that every time I whistled in an annoyed the whole crowd that I was going to get air horned, like especially if a bunch of people bring them in like, if you know the vandy Whistler's gonna be there, just air horn them. Every time he whistles until it hurts his ears and if he doesn't want to do it anymore. That seems like a solution. I can't stop the whole marching band for playing rocky top. But I gotta believe that a few fans in a baseball stadium can stop the Whistler. Maybe I'm off. You guys tell me 855-242-7285. We'll get back to some of this NIL stuff and what it means for the SEC. But first I want to Christopher from alabaster in Christopher. Thank you for calling the show, my friend. What's he got? What's on your mind? So definitely the worst tradition in SEC sports is lupe sui by the Arkansas. You're out on whooping store. Why did I? Why does it take 6 times for them to stay at once? What's going on there? All right, what's the other side? I do all the hand motion and all that. Like, what's that about? And then, yeah, that's it right there. What's your favorite tradition? Christopher. Easily dixieland of a Saturday night in Brian any stadium. The best in sports period. You know what? That is pretty, and thanks for the call because I can't a 100% disagree with you on the greatness of that particular because that is that is pretty amazing. I think, you know, for me, I travel with college game day a couple of years ago and went to a lot of stadiums and I think seeing some of these traditions in the stadium, especially when you don't have a vested interest one way or the other in who's winning the game. It's amazing how many cool traditions there are that really get everybody to just stop and be a part of it. We'll let that be a part of this too. 855-242-7285. Let's make it positive and negative. How's that? We'll make it give me your favorite and your least favorite. Give me a bit of both of them as the process goes along. And the other part of this conversation that I think is important right now throughout the SEC 8 5 5 two four two 7 8 7 two 8 5 by the way. The other part of this conversation that I think is wild to me is the one about scheduling. And realistically, when you start talking about the schedule, there's a great debate. Do you play 8 conference games? Do you play 9 conference games as many of you have seen in the articles that have been written about it? Do you play 8 conference games or 9 conference games with one that's a constant and everything else is rotating or three that's a constant and everything else is rotating? My question is, why do you need a standard system all the way across the board? Like, we live in a college football playoff committee world now, right? So it's not just winning games. It's going to be judged. Everything that you do is going to be judged. So strength is schedule and strength of resume. Our huge factors. I work on one of our shows on ESPN that reacts to the college football rankings every week..
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"jerrell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Might be lane kiffin. Because he's not talking to you emotionally, he's talking to you realistically. He's talking about how if he was, if he's looking for a job, his first question is not facilities. It's collectives. What'd you collective look like? What's their power of spending? Man, that's real. That's real. And if that's where we're going, suddenly coaches, now we're going to have to figure out how they want their money. You know, we talk about money a lot when it comes to kids. But we don't often talk about money when it comes to coaches. We don't often sit down and say, man, $10 million a year, some more, 12, $14 million a year to get out there and coach. Not sustainable. Yeah it is. It's become sustainable. Not only is it sustainable. But coaches can get bought out at the blink of an eye for tons of money and boosters turn around, they're like, yep, we'll just pay the next guy. Man, if that level of cash is sustainable across the board for everybody involving coaches and it becomes sustainable across the board for everybody involving kids, then you gotta ask yourself what the real want for competitiveness is about. If we want everybody to be playing from an equal playing field, we want everybody in college football to have the same opportunities, right? If that's what we really want, then what we need are for all the schools to come together and figure out how they are going to work on the same plane. The problem is they won't do that. We saw that. I said it yesterday. I'll say it again. Like COVID was an opportunity for colleges to work together. They didn't do it. Right? Scheduling has always been an opportunity for colleges to work together. They don't do it. Everybody's really just looking out for themselves. But lane is looking around the landscape and saying, hey, at some point, we got to accept what the new normal is. The new normal is that these collectives are essentially becoming team owners. And they're going to start to insist certain guys get played, paid, and then get to play. And as a result of all of that, suddenly what you're going to end up with are teams that are built based on the budgets of the donors. And if that's the new reality for coaches, and everything's going to be crazy, chaotic. Then wouldn't a salary cap at least put some sort of a system in place? But it'll never happen. It's the most reasonable, viable solution. Is a salary cap. And it won't happen. Because at the end of the day, the only way a salary cap happens is if Alabama is genuinely worried about whether or not auburn can be competitive. That's not real. If Tennessee is worried about whether or not vandy is competitive. That's not real. Across the board, schools are only looking out for themselves. But I'm looking squarely at lane giving a coach. I got no love lost for from his time with my beloved raiders and a coach that I'm looking at now saying, man, for all of the jokes that all the comments and all the memes and all the social media and the running up and down the sideline and throwing the clipboard in the air and all of the conversation around lane kiffin. If you take all the noise away and you just read his most recent interview about the state of college football, you find out that behind all of the clown makeup is somebody that may have figured it all out. Suddenly, the voice of the new normal in college football. Is Lincoln. All right, what do you think Elaine's idea? What do you think of the possibility of salary caps as always we're breaking it all down? Plus, I want to know your least favorite SEC tradition. Vandy Whistler, look, I lived in Nashville for so many years. I just, you know, I shrug your shoulder at it, but I think I have a solution and maybe somebody's tried it. So I'll give you my solution. My thought on the vandy Whistler, but we're going to get you guys involved right away 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5. We'll take your calls on the traditions on all things NIL and we'll keep it going next on the Paul finebaum show I'm Jason Fitz fill in it. You are listening to the Paul.
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"jerrell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion that patents of college football lives here. This is the Paul fine bomb show hour one podcast. You'd be hanging out with me. I'm Jason Fitz hanging out, sitting in the big seat. Trying to fill the enormous shoes of one Paul fine bomb hanging out with you guys, 855-242-7285, you know how to get in on the conversation. 855-242-7285. We're gonna have a little bit of fun over the course of the next four hours. Not a music question today to yesterday we did that today. We're mixing it up in honor of the Vanderbilt Whistler every time somebody calls, I'm gonna ask you what your least favorite SEC tradition is. Just give me what other something somebody else does that you hate. This is your chance to get it off your chest and conversely your chance to defend it after everybody gets riled up about it. 855-242-7285 will as you guys get in on the fun. But I think I've lost my mind. Y'all I'm Jason Fitz, sitting in for Paul. And I gotta be honest. I think maybe I've lost my mind because suddenly I'm looking around at the SEC. I'm looking around at college football. And I'm asking myself, has lain kiffin? Become the voice of reason? Like the same lane kiffin that we're talking about. Now seems to be the one that has it all figured out? I can't believe I'm saying it. And you're rolling your eyes at it, right? Unless you're one of the few lane kiffin die hard, you're rolling your eyes. But hear me out. I'm starting to think that lane kiffin might be the one person looking at every NIL angle through an honest lens. He sat down with Sports Illustrated Ross dillinger friend of the show. We've talked to Ross many times on this show. Sat down and had what they called a candid conversation. But what blew me out away about it was that it was candid and real and honest and well thought out. Lane has figured out that, hey, guess what? Balance is all over the place and maybe it doesn't really exist anyway, but now in a name image likeness error, things have changed. And he's even open about what that changed means. I said yesterday, I've talked to former players and they all say, well, you still want to get in the league. Lane disagrees with that. So that every single kid is going to go wherever there is the most money. And he made a really convincing point when talking about it. Even mentioned, hey, look at professional athletes. How often do they go to wherever they're going just because it pays the most cash? I'm a big NFL fan. You guys know that, right? And one thing every year that comes up during free agency that is interesting is why does certain players pick certain teams? And I remember interviewing interviewing colleagues Campbell right after he had taken a massive job with the Jags and I was asking him why he picked that grouping and did he talk to the coaches and he's like, not had nothing to do with that. He said they offer being a ton of money. I know the offensive line there. I knew I could have success. That was it. That's how we made his career decision. And one thing lane given points out is he's talking to kids all of the time that are picking schools based not on anything with the coach, but based solely on what name image likeness presents. Now if that's the case and everybody wants to get puckered up about it and everybody wants to get scared the question is, what's it mean? Well, lane may actually have proposed a solution. If we're going to go all in and we're going to believe that schools are just going to pay whoever they want to come to their school and lane makes compelling points for why he thinks it is sustainable. I may not agree with that, but he thinks it is sustainable. He also makes a compelling point that maybe the answer is a salary cap. And we're not talking about a salary cap on the kids. No, he's talking about a salary cap on all the schools that limits what they're capable of spending. If you're gonna act like a pro league, you basically become a pro league. And as much as that sort of makes some people skin crawl that love college sports, myself included. The question is why? Why not? I mean, if we're looking around the landscape of college athletics and we're saying, okay, guess what? All over the place, there are players that are starting to get paid. And it's become as I've said so often the last couple of days, the wild west. Like if that's what we believe, right? Well, then at some point, you got to start to police it, but you can't necessarily police it from the kids side. That ruins their ability at fair market. If the schools really want to stop things, the answer isn't to police the players. It's to police each other. Now, will the SEC and the PAC 12 and the big 12 and the Big Ten? Well, they all decide they want to play nicely enough together to have one salary cap across all of college football. I don't think so. But that also makes me wonder like, why am I relying on stifling children because I can't control adults? Think about that. Why am I going to limit the earning potential of a bunch of kids because the adults in the room can't control themselves to come to some sort of an agreement on what they're willing to spend? I'm not going to do that. We said it all day yesterday. Adults should be adults. Jimbo, step up and act like an adult. Let's save and step up and act like an adult. But surprisingly to me, the most adult coach in all the SEC right now.
Six Degrees of WTF
"jerrell" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"They weren't aware of them. Montana law later that same day. You'll wanna went to the bullets funeral home for sarah's visitation. When she got there she found out that case. Serra's remains aren't there yet but they were expected soon so family waited when four o'clock around the funeral home supposed to close. They tried to make the family leave. Even though the remain still aren't there they hadn't had the visitation service. The family refused to leave their like. No we're waiting until the remains arrive. Finally five thirty they arrive and this win yolanda and allen found out that she had been cremated. how. God this was a major punch in the gut because one. It's against their cultural beliefs. And they had no answers as to what had actually happened to k- sarah now. It would be impossible to investigate. Further because the body had been cremated. Bullets had also obtained permission for the cremation from her legal guardian which was yolanda he just let jerrell into it and lynn said she signed off on it because she felt like it was the only way she could get access to case. Sarah's remains and get them back to the family made it sound to her. Yeah will leader after the families. Visitation service bullets told them that the report would be available in another three to four weeks. He also told them that they should expect. The toxicology report to show that there was drugs or alcohol. Use detected the cause of death would be exposure to alcohol or substance. Keep that in mind. He also told them that. The death certificate would not be available until the toxicology report had been made final three days later. September nineteenth yolanda allen submitted notarize request to terry bull us requesting all of the reports regarding case ours case. They also meet with captain. Mike fuss with the big horn county sheriff's department who was the current investigating officer on the case not the original. They said when got there fuss was confused as to who they were why they were even there. He said he thought they had come to talk to him about a cell phone that had been found near the site again. Randomly assumes they're coming to talk about a cell phone. The cell phone should be the lisa worries but obviously it was important to the place. Yuliana told him why they were there. She asked why she was never contacted about the case she showed him proof of legal guardianship and he said why thought priscilla was case ours legal guardian and then later stated that priscilla had told him that she was k- sarah's mother so that's why he'd been dealing with her the then asked him why he hadn't bothered meeting with them or why he hadn't returned any of their hundreds of calls and he said it was because i'm really busy with my other cases they proceeded to ask him why the site wasn't secured or taped off and he said which i am certain as a lot of ball shed that if the investigating officer gets to a crime scene i they don't have to secure the scene. It's only when the police show up before the investigator that the police have to secure the crime scene for the lead. That's not why you secure a crime. Scene now zine to ryan yes yeah enter prevent people from coming in there and fucking shit up. Who shouldn't be there a stupid stupid stupid. They also asked him why. No one charged case phone in. Turn it on and they said he seemed really surprised that they knew about the phone. The police officer had picked it up. Notice that the battery was dead. Obviously he didn't realize spoken with a jogger. Who i'm taking the phone. Trying to turn it on your. The family said they could have charged to see if they could find any information and he said well. We can't get into that kind of phone..
Six Degrees of WTF
"jerrell" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"Reports that i read stated that the body was wrapped in plastic and others dimension the body being wrapped up. But either way. It was a body of sarah. She was lying in front of the fence of a house. Near a woodpile. The man immediately called police they showed up and pretty soon word had spread that a body had been found or per silia gets word so she drives down and ask police if she can see the body and maybe help identify it. In the event in his case era will police deny the request. The body's already been bagged and when she asked them will could potentially be k. Sarah they refuse to answer. Also the information regarding the body being found was not released to the media or to the public more on this later two days later on august. Thirty first yolanda again case ours. Grandmother was contacted by her brother. She said that his granddaughter had read on twitter. That the body found on the twenty ninth was that of a stops girl and dow was case. Eras dad's last name. So you'll want to call jerrell brasilia as said. Can you verify this information. People are saying that this. The body was k- sarah so the next day brasilia gerald went to the blest mortuary to see if the body was k- sarah's and they were told no you know it's not k. Sarah they're relieved. Of course they continue to hope. That case eras fine. Okay awesome so. They went out and continued searching for her ten days later. September eleventh twenty nineteen. You'll want it gets a call from a family member letting her know that. The body was positively identified as k sarah for the record. It wasn't the big horn county police department or the big horn county coroner who notified yolanda even though yulon it was hardly guardian so it sounds as though that either notified. Priscilla or gerald. And even though you'll wanna was her legal guardian. Yeah so the next day. September twelfth geraldine goes to the funeral home. And she's told by terry bullets who this was bullets. Mortuary where the body was now. Terry i'm just gonna point this out terry. Bolus was not only the owner of bullets. Mortuary these also the elected coroner for big horn county. Okay so she is told by terry that case. Sarah's remains actually. Aren't there. They were being held at the montana. Department of justice. Crime lab in billings montana will. The family wanted to use the doll funeral. Home in billings for the service. But according to jaren. Terry bullets either persuaded or gently forced her to have k- serra's remains sent to his funeral home in hardened instead he also told her that case sarah's remains to be cremated before they could be returned so jaylen felt like this was the only way she could get back for service so she signed off on it. So he immediately ordered the cremation of k. Sarah and put in a request for the remains to be sent to his funeral home before anyone else could speak up her. Weigh in on this from what i understand. Gerald then paid less for all of us and left. This was before grayson cedar bowl tail arrived at the funeral home to speak with him when they ask for information. Regarding case says death. He told him that the date of death was august..
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"jerrell" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Take this man in hold his feet to fire he is perjuring himself and it is about time that somebody who lies in front of congress that it has power in this country actually feels the ramifications of it. Well get get us. All of the specific evidence. I am going to be tony. Blinken is going to be testifying in front of me and twelve minutes. Okay and and so i would welcome any and all specific evidence because they are spinning desperately tried to escape the truth and i do want to close underscoring what i said. Look your listeners. Your listeners know no your heart and what you care about but but they may not know. The herculean effort the tens of millions of dollars the superhuman focus. You put in into rescuing americans trapped in afghanistan. Rescue christians trapped in afghanistan. You are saving people's lives glenn and and and it's filling an incredible need and i wanna make sure your listeners know that this is not just you talking on the radio this this is pulling people out of literally facing torture and murder if you were not there. Thank you ted cruz. Senator from the great state of texas. God bless this is the best of the glenn beck program jerrell. Ron is joining us. She's the author of a great book. We've had her on several times before the war on small business. She's a former investment banker Who sobered up and came out of the darkness to the light side and Is trying to explain to the average american. Exactly what they're facing and what is going on in washington with with our government and big business and how they are colluding to just collapse everything that we know and and hold dear and my overstating that carol. You're not going to be back with you. And before we talk about the consolidation of the economy. I just have to thank you for your leadership and your heroism. You have shown helping the people of afghanistan. I've been very inspired by that so low. Thank you just a pleasure to be back to let me just tell you carol. It is truly this amazing audience. That is doing it and there are so many people that are on the ground that i get emails from in the middle of the night in the middle of the day in the middle of the show that are are working and doing heroic things. But thank you for that. All right julie inspiring so so you know you're not understating things in terms of the real time threats on our economic freedom and the ability for the average american for main street to create and retain wealth and this movement that we have towards the centrally planned. You looking quite like socialist economy. It's actually very frightening to tell me quickly. And i know we didn't plan on talking about this. But the the the metric of the gdp was was cancelled. Estill complex now that we have govan nineteen. We can't figure it out..
As It Happens from CBC Radio
"jerrell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"In downtown toronto. Today police lined up outside a hospital to protect it from people protesting against vaccines and vaccine mandates similar protests in cities across the country. They were organized by a group. That calls itself canadian frontline. Nurses they were billed as silent vigils but they weren't some yelled at. There is no pandemic and one protester told a reporter. You guys are going to have rocks thrown at you next. The protests have prompted healthcare workers and politicians to call for that would stop demonstrators from being able to get close to hospitals ragu. New powell is a toronto emergency department. Dr who stood across from the protesters and full scrubs holding a sign reading protect hospitals. We reached him in toronto. Doctor vanu gopala. Why did you decide to stand outside alone and face down these protesters today. Jerrell hospitals are places where people who are injured and who are sick come for care comfort compassion company respect i honestly thought that protests at the particular hostile toronto today was honestly defilement of very sacred ground for many patients and for many families in many staff who work and get treated there. I'm saying a picture of you. There's a photograph of you standing alone in front of toronto general hospital and with this very simple handmade sign protect hospitals. What kind of reaction did you get from people. There were a lot of teaching and stop. Who said honestly thank you. And most of the protesters were very friendly and he got quite heated though and i to step behind the police line because at some point i really start getting scared. What happened is for years. It's the nasty tone and voice is when you're the only one saying uniform and there are a lot of people quite hostile around you. People said things like your your doctor. Tell the truth and i wasn't trying to hide my identity and trying to hide it. I work there. But the reality is is that you know regardless of whether people are vaccinated or are against mandates or four them. You know when when there patient honestly we treat them with respect and dignity compassion. And i think for the nurses and doctors and respiratory therapists and cleaners. Who work in our hospital. We asked the public to treat us with respect as well in particular. I just want to signal a group that suffered the most during the pandemic which is registered nurses and. I think this is a particularly abominable by protesters sue this when nurses are leaving acute care hospitals in droves because the working conditions is simply too much for them and yet the group it seems that calls itself canadian. Frontline nurses seems to be the one behind but organized protests and these kinds of demonstrations in cities across the country. What what do you say to them. First of all these are not practicing nurses and these are not practicing healthcare professionals. And i think if you need any nurses or doctors who actually see patients who actually take care of kobe patients they would say get vaccinated and if you're not sure about getting vaccinated ask your doctor. For more information. People have a right to protest but the laws of the land are not written behind the hospital walls. The laws of the land are written by our government in our municipal governments and federal governments in toronto for example queens park and i would respectfully ask protesters to go there but let me be clear. Carol that honestly the vast majority of people. I meet which is in the emergency room. Our patient are supportive of vaccine mandates or understanding of. The science are asking questions and know how to make good decisions and i honestly think that the protesters that we're seeing today and across the country are a tiny minority of canadian but why confronts mental online and twitter today and see these past days the people who were in these protests who say they're part of them are not just saying that this is their against vaccines. They're threatening violence in some cases that they're they did some of those protesters if you can follow what they're saying on twitter have violent intentions. And so why did you go out to confront them. Be hospital chosen in. Toronto is a very special place where some of the best medicine and science in this country is done and it disgusted me to no end. That would target that particular hospital where i know such good cancer care transplant care and medical and surgical care is done and i thought the best way to express my opinion would be very respectfully hold. Sign saying we need to protect hospitals and and we have a legislative record in this country and our municipalities of protecting healthcare sites. And what i think are municipal leaders and solicitor. General in each province is to look at the law so that in the future for harassment intimidation physical self psychological salt of healthcare workers patients and families is no longer tolerable and i think the majority of canadians feel. That's reasonable and not just reasonable but the question is is that why do you have to go out and make this point and stand out there. You have enough to do in your job and your jobs because you work in more than one. You mentioned the the the legislatures and their responsibilities. The provinces including ontario where you work they can pass injunction laws. can't they. I mean they. They can do something about this. What do you make the fact that they're not. The people in the hospital are not of any political stripe and what we have to ask honestly is. Why is the mayor of toronto. And why is the premier of ontario acting so slowly we know clearly that first nations and indigenous communities when they have protested they have been met by police violence and the very tepid response by authorities and politicians to this particular group speaks volumes. That i don't need to further articulate but really what we need is protection of patients and families and defeat around healthcare institutions and. That's a very simple ask. And i think again most people would be in favor of wt new. Go powell. thank you for speaking with us. And what i know has been a very busy day for you and please stay safe. I appreciate your time. Take him by. I ra- guven. Ou go pal is a toronto emerged doctor and you can find more on that story on our website. Cbc dot ca.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"jerrell" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Revelation revelation. I have it at two nine. Zeus hesitant twelve ninety seven sunny south kilty party with fucking up these rankings. No i'm going to get to that. I'll against to that part of it. Okay for me. I'm looking at the list. Sonny's i don't know what the fuck you marry. Senate dreaming that song is readiness are but not to be outdone faster. All get that a factual the cow. No tong does not deserve to be there. When you say. Tom fast like versions of band sometimes. Don't work then doing fashionable. It doesn't fit into their blues. E thing sneak great white sunny has way too. I like fast. Robust and santiago give you some love love. It's a great song ari. Tom's list crystal ball. Scans out right away of all the songs on animal. Why you like that much. I mean there's so many other better song And that's really. I mean not. I like loving stranger. If i would put it up that high but the rest your ship tom because i actually like grunge. And maybe i'll say shot down in flames. It's not one of my favorite for me. But i'm really i'm getting i'm picking at this. There's nothing really other than really crystal ball. I don't like that and that's just me. So that's how we did this right. Let's look at some comments real. Stephen would i'd like to applaud you guys branching out and not just having hard rock and metal albums being reviewed. Yeah jerrell rosenberg says not music related. But we're any of you. Guys ron and fez fans. I don't know what that is. What is that i. I don't know that's a no. I don't know but fez passed away. Rest in peace you talking about the fez by steely dan's great song. I don't know if these afraid. Adam nick meyer. I'd like every song on highway to hell better than hotel california but they don't really compare. Runge old sucks jack. Pinocchio says the whole load album haha. Jeremy harper fun fact. When it's love is a great song You jeremy maximum winnick. Love is ranked way too high. Settle down sunny mexican. John john hayman says if you gave me a blank sheet of paper right my favorite records. I would have the list of a hundred or hundreds albums that are personal will be reduced to about thirty. But when i hear like minded friends like all of you describe your likes. It changes things. Steve wright everybody race races hey wiz murph and he's saying he's too cool. He's out with his friends. He has them. But oh yeah. He's in bed kidding. Fritz von boo says damn sunny looking. F- i you find tonight. Thank you sunny. How the hell are you doing that with your fucking fake now. Facebook name being here at the same time. Ed max lynch says that's why i say reviewing living color debut great vocals exceptional the tar. Michael murphy. chloe dancer is a classic. Eat a dick sunny fritz von booth again everything on hotel california should be on the very bottom or i saw walking better account. Brian stone says finally catching. You'll live awesome. Yeah maybe fritz von booth who has been sunny all along joe rosenberg says ronin federal east coast talk show. They were like opo two thousands of them. Yeah heard of them because we know the jerky boys. That's i'm we know opie and anthony too but the isn't it amazing though. There was a point in time. Where the mortgage morning radio show disc jockeys or like beyond.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"jerrell" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Fucking like things like mechanical resonance the not the hits the love me's and cover queens shit all of a sudden god. I missed that saw. What are here that again. So the album's grow on you and things like that. I went to hell visit of ause. I mean those albums and songs. I know they're fucking fatigue factor. But if they're not that fatigue to you listen to them a million times. That rate yeah. Let's catch up on some comments real quick sunny because we got some of. It's going fast furious. So michael anderson look what the cat dragon should remain in last place forever. Scott wheeler. I just listened to your poise now review and a back into them. How can you not love those. Catchy hooks scott out. Some of the songs do have catchy. York's they do but some of them are just but is still breadth singing. That's part of the problem. All right you guys don't like it. You guys can settle the score at jimmy's bar and grill. Yeah jerrell rosenberg. Poison has always been a guilty pleasure. Stephen would load is a grower. Took me ten years to appreciate it. Stephen i agree with you. I love that album now. More than ever i i i have said this before and social media the people that give loadin reloaded beating. Do yourself an injustice. I know that it's not master puppets and ride lighting. But there's tons of good shit. Those i a lot. Brad rest open somehow. Sunny has look what the cat dragged in above singles and his ranking. Yes oh one really one reason only and that is because look what the cataract and came up my high school year right. So whether you're looking at great wide. Or tesla whatever it me at sixteen seventeen eighteen. Okay if it's new at twelve thirteen fourteen. You're listening to music now. That doesn't hold true for something. Like pyromaniac power classic once bitten is not a classic right. Michael murphy said which shitty load song sunny there are..
Life is Short with Justin Long
"jerrell" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I agree agree greg norman. Having like a. That's why anchorman was just such a blessing Forget that i wasn't in it but got four. It introduced me to you so i will forever be grateful for that. So thanks buddy. Thanks for doing this. I love you love. Love you too okay. do you serve happened. Champ who abby. That is hard to do. You need to like you just shit so hard that you almost Keel over he. That's how much she that's why he spends sweaty. He gets when he does south. Gross gives so it was truly like sad. You were like. I put on ear headphones and like you were down surrounded. And he goes there wet they were. I always knew he was. I mean they would tell you that. I mean the way he performed. I know he is it. Be weird as they work wet. He's just so dynamic and we didn't really talk much about this but he he was very kind to do a character. He calls a jerrell tiffin's He did it with a friend of his gerald gerald naked trucker act. They used to at largo. If you're familiar in los angeles they used to do it. I it was such a fun show. And you'd see everybody there at the show. It was shut appetite. And all those guys would go but it was He played this of like Hillbilly character. Did you almost say something else redneck. Yeah that's bad now. It is bad it doesn't seem like it should be that pan 'cause redneck just modern. You're out in the sun a lot right but it's spit joined stands for it's come to mean somebody uneducated. Yes so it is. I guess bad. I thought he was joking about that. Zoom roast company that. He was starving for a while. I thought it was like a long weird. It's like that where you would just pop into. Someone's zoom pay like interrupting and then i realized. Oh this is a real thing and then kind of. That's a good idea it is it is..
Pop Culture Cosmos
"jerrell" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Far far away with disney on a galactic. Cruiser some more as you once again. Delve into the pop culture cosmas amber back with another episode of the pop culture cosmos. This jerrell glasser from pop culture cosmos gave source. It's nice fantasy football and the lakers fast-break. We truly appreciate everyone out there. Listen oliver shows and if you can please give us a five star review on apple podcast plus if you could like cher subscribe follow or do anything that you can to support us right here. At the pop culture cosmos laker's fastbreak inside sports. Fantasy football and games source. It is truly appreciated. Just wanna give everybody heads up out there all you fantasy football fans inside sports fantasy. Football is on its way back. We're looking for to starting to record shows this week so lookout forward not only on the insights worse fantasy football channel but on the pop culture cosmos channel as well but it wouldn't be a pop culture cosmos without my good friend. He is our own. Han man from humanika media. You got to check out what he's today at humanity media dot com of course all the work that he's been putting into pop culture cosmos dot com. And whatever he's doing out there in social media and casting including topic clips the super bowl games cast and of course he is the author of this outstanding book. Congratulations suck barnes and noble and amazon. You can find it right now in a digital or hardback form. It is my good friend. It is josh peterson man. What's up and just got back with in those comics. Comic comic con and comic comic con comma came in went. You know i. I did the con- come mccaw in to okay. Sr because you went to bell county comecon near you correct. Yes yes we did and yeah it was a pretty cool place as a smaller khan You know. I had the usual suspects area. The lady that does voice ago hawn sargent slaughter. Was there lou. Ferrigno was there. So i met lou freak no wants and he's kind of jerk. Oh he knew slash yeah he was mean he's very mean i don't know. He seemed like he was smiling today. I didn't get in line to talk to him this time but you know. Maybe he's nicer. But i didn't really have desire to go shake the guy's hand again you know so i kind of avoided him because probably is going to hulk out on you just go or turned green and maybe ripping arm off or two so maybe as good to stay away from him right there at the con. But you had a good time. Yeah it was good. I met some artists. I don't know if you have read. There's this new comic called something as killing the children and it's about this society that fights off nightmare creatures that are basically eating children in these small towns. Nice yeah so. I met the artists there and he signed a print for me. Also he did one of the power ranger covers with the new green ranger and so he signed that for me so he's pretty cool place other than that. Like is a lot of like what we saw at level up expo people Just selling their wares. This was more of a trade fair than you know than some of the Some of the other things that we've been to in the past and it was kind of cool. You got to see all the local stores come in and see what they got. It was fun but we got a great show for everyone out there today..
"jerrell" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"I find that artists depending on what their approaches. Don't really run into that that often in that same way or to the same degree right right. right I agree with that hawaii coming. I remember when i was a child. Like i started drawn. You know. that's how i started. I used to draw and sketch all the time and never i never painted you know i. I didn't stop painting until i was about. Twenty twenty six twenty five or twenty six. But when i was younger. I used to always draw a sketch and i was really into it. Like i was doing all the time consistent with it and just like my family and my community they. It just wasn't conducive till i invested in the idea of like creatively. Doing something you know what. I mean or like taking us seriously. I can't get a job as an by can't you can't make any i s Like that's all we think about like at time is like you can't make money doing it. You know what. I mean in Like you say it kind of dwindles get the immagination just becomes non-existence existent You know but. I also remember as a kid. I used to always having imagination. I will watch movies our active movies out now with like create costumes to go along with whatever they will. I remember when i was young. I used to made this football helmet out of a bicycle helmet and a close close hangers. I was used as a face mass in running around playing football with makeshift shoulder. Pez having a blast. You know what i mean. Really enjoy myself but over time those things is give out of. I remember like my brother and i. We were We were kind of these kids like my dad will get any action movie on vhs. And that's the weekend was so we would just be watching those. I remember we saw movie and we need. We wanted to get that clout that early nineties cloud. Yeah we saw this year or whatever and was the thing ever came on early nineties and you know the to cover looks really dopes. I could do a medal suit and all of this stuff and people like me. We heard about that. We heard about that. My brother we're improvising back and forth just lying like we saw. We're just telling a story that did not happen based on the trail of based on the cover. And i'm like wild me at thirty six is trying to do that same thing. How am i gonna lie and they convincing..
"jerrell" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Because i think it's doing the thing and it's like if you're doing the thing and it comes from you. I think just in general sense artists or creating. what have you. i think if it's coming from you you remove something then. I think that artists are very improv. Improvisational they vary. They can figure it out. So it's like all right. If you take my pain away from me. I'll make some paint for you. What is more challenging. Starting or finishing project definitely yeah. I don't know what it is. But i mean i. I started strong in. I'm always fired up with an idea. And i have new ideas like every day you know but now get to the where starting to figure out how to best. Make those ideas manifest into reality in. That comes from me sitting down and figuring out what ideas i. I'm going to like. Commit the most energy to. So if i come up with ideas in a more outright item down on my phone typically and then i'll give it a few days to see which one i'm still excited about and then i'll go with that one and finished that but that's like what. I had to teach myself how to do that in order to start finish because like that was one of my biggest weaknesses. Like finishing like strong supercharged up. Subic cited blast energies. I mean new ideas like every day probably five. It's in the day and finishing nothing. You know so ahead of scott a better way to solve that problem. you know. that's what our game. It's a puzzle I have like when i talked to people and again i'm nowhere net space but i have artistic inclination. They used to paint roles and all of that stuff back in the day. And i look at some of my like campus in here and i'm like okay. Yeah finish these. I was real strong five years ago. And i look at my closet. Hey rod remember you were painting. Remember ladies canvases that you've not using and it's just like hey sign i definitely not not not finishing just like Just left that did not six think. Is that impulse like when you have when When i did it you know it's nothing that's going to stop it but you you know ended the energy that you don't put it to it. S the only thing. That's most app. It you know. I think we again. We get caught up in just like the. I did not really focusing on a process to make it happen. You know But some sometimes you know like it's not a it's not a bad thing. I just think you have to either figure out a way to solve that on your own or just have a team together. That do all the stuff. Like you know what i'm and i think sometimes like having the team in whatever the creative pursuit one is is is undertaking. I think we have that team and it may be loosely. Assembled not an eighteen but like a loosely assembled team where it's just get it together where you at. When are you gonna finish this almost like someone's asking for money i'm gonna eat that twenty. That's that's kind of the thing that i find when i'm able to for me. I have to visualize success. To kinda mitigate in attenuate any of the things that would stop me from getting to that next stage show before covid stuff..
Daily Tech News Show
"jerrell" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
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Side Hustle School
"jerrell" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"Hi chris my name. Is daryl and i live in brooklyn new york. I enjoy your podcast. I've been listener. Since you're one hundred side hustles book. I work as a software engineer at a small company. One of my responsibilities is to review the monthly bills of the cloud services. We use for our online infrastructure. I audit them and provide advice on whether to keep upgrade or downgrade services were switched to competing products. I question is what's the best way to start a side hustle that provides this type of advice on cloud services for other businesses. There's lots of competition between providers of their cloud services and keeping up with their offerings is a lot of work. How can i get businesses to trust me. If i don't have much experience doing this outside of my current employer. Thanks for the show and any advice you can give on this talking here. Thank you so much daryl. Appreciate you calling in a chance to hang out future bookstore. And i really like this idea. I'm not sure. I have all the answers all direction for it but i took some notes so hopefully we can get on good direction. And i see this as a one off service or perhaps for a larger company maybe two retainer to review charges on an ongoing basis but for a one off service. Let's say here's kind of how. I envision the pitch sometimes thinking clearly about the messaging like what is your actual offer is going to lead you to some other steps. The might normally think would come first so the pitch vision more or less is most small and mid sized businesses in the whatever it is industry. That's where daryl's gonna fill in the blank or perhaps another listener so in this industry. They're paying too much for cloud services and they just don't know any better like the teams are often small and stretched thin. They may not realize what the alternatives are also. Defiance people may not know enough to understand. If the software development team is overpaying for needed plans or capacity perhaps. But i do like. I have experienced doing this daryl's pitch i understand this. I've done this for my employer. And so i kind of see the key here is the audit will pay for itself right like if you're going to do an audit one service. It's got this fixed price. I mean in an ideal world you would also get a percentage of the savings so i would look at. The industry of medical claims appeals. That's a more established field. That might have some best practices. Perhaps jerrell could borrow from as he attempts to help companies save money but whatever it is the audit will pay for itself. And it's like you're going to hire me to do this. Audit for a thousand dollars or whatever the price might be. And i guarantee you're going to say at least this much so that to me is pretty compelling last but not least daryl mentioned trust so i think is part of it as part of your pitch. You're like i have a confidentiality clause. You know like. I have to come in and look at your book to be able to do this crap sabah. Conversation or two with people you know. Don't worry everything we do is going to be confidential. I'll even signed an agreement to that effect and then perhaps also some testimonials right and that's where he's going to have to have some initial client relationships. I don't know if it's possible to testimony from his employer or not but at some point going to have to have some social proof of like. I know that i can do this all that to say it's not necessarily a simple thing but if we're looking at ideas opportunities definitely a lot of value here. He clearly has the experience. And he's also noticing you know there's probably other companies if i'm doing this in my company and nobody had that functioned before this is probably something. That's much bigger than just my company. So i think it's really interesting as i said i'd love to know what happens Keep us posted daryl and listeners. If you have a question or comment of your own just come to satisfy school dot com slash questions. Thank you so much for listening. We're gonna keep bringing them throughout the year along with updates from other listeners as they launch projects all right that's offered today but you come back tomorrow. My name is chris gayle about this is site us old school.
House Judiciary votes to hold Barr in contempt
"The attorney general the House Judiciary panel is now has now voted House Judiciary committee has now voted headed up by Representative or congressman Jerrold Nadler to hold attorney general bar in contempt. Jerrell bar is being held in contempt on a vote. Well, not official yet. It's got to go to the full house for vote, but the committee the House Judiciary committee that has to pass it. I just did. And they're moving forward now. And soon we'll come a vote of the full house to see whether or not he is in contempt. And this is then it gets put onto a prosecutor a US attorney in DC who then will decide whether or not he wants to prosecute his own Justice department. Would you be kind of
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T-Mobile says Sprint merger will boost 5G speeds by up to 6 times
"Pending merger of sprint and T mobile that subcommittees chaired by Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania. Before we get started. I want to express my condolences to congresswoman Debbie Dingle on the loss of her husband. John John was a dear friend and mentor to me and many members of this committee is passion for oversight accountability legislative process in his lifetime of public services. An example to all of us his passing is great loss door nation, the congress and this committee, which he loved so much John may you rest in peace. Jerrell now recognize himself for five minutes. Welcome to the subcommittee on communication and technologies hearing on protecting consumers and competition and examination of the T mobile sprint merger. This hearing is noteworthy because the last time a merger hearing was had before the subcommittee was almost nine years ago. And in that time there have been numerous mergers within the subcommittee's jurisdiction that have gone without a hearing. I believe it's the duty of this subcommittee to allow our members to publicly discussing debate the merits of these transactions and the question the relevant. Stakeholders the merchant before us today is between two of our country's national wireless providers T mobile and sprint these companies have acted as disrupters competitors and low cost options in the wireless. Marketplace. T Mobile's ankerium strategy has ended anti consumer practices such as data caps restrictive. Concrete contracts and much more. They have also worked hard to build a robust national network that by some accounts is the fastest in the nation. For its part sprint has been a leader. And roaming agreements for rural providers and wholesale access for prepaid and lifeline providers. Sprint has worked. Hard to bring its networks that within one percent of rises in terms of network reliability. Or so their commercial say-so consumers have also benefited from sprint positioning itself. As the best value. They are offering a plan right now where new customers can get a year of free service when they switched from another carrier, which sounds amazing. However, this hearing isn't about the benefits that both of your companies have brought to the market. It's about the extrordinary impact that you're combined company could have on the public and the marketplace if this merger goes through we will hear today from the Communication Workers of America from the world wireless association and public knowledge they claim that this merger will have. Negative impacts on low. Income consumers rural providers and jobs in the wireless industry. CWA's testimony suggests that this merger will result in up to thirty thousand job losses in the industry and a reduction in industry pay by as much as three thousand dollars for employee the rural broadbands associations testimony argues that rule consumers will pay more. They claim that sprint charges twenty times less than T mobile or other national carriers for roaming agreements, these agreements allow customers of rural carriers who build their own networks in the most rural communities they use their phones throughout the country. What guarantees rural providers have that they won't face increased cost if t mobile doesn't adopt sprints practices and public knowledge is testimony states that consumer prices will go up due to the reduction in the number of national carriers from four to three they argue that the merger. Would hit low income consumers the hardest because the number of carriers offering wholesale access would drop from three to sprint AT, and T and T mobile so access to their networks to prepaid and lifeline providers who then sell that service under their own brands what remedy to these carriers or their customers. Have if the not mobile decides it wants to get out of the wholesale business or drastically raise rates to that end the FCC found in their communications. Marketplace report that the wireless market concentration was currently at thirty one hundred h h h h I'm measures how competitive market is with a higher number. Meaning it's less competitive. The Justice Department's horizontal merger guidelines state that a market with an h H I above twenty five hundred is highly concentrated, so we really aren't starting from a great spot an increase of. Two hundred points would raise significant concerns about competition. This merger is expected to result in a market power increase of two hundred eighty points for the post played market and two thousand fourteen points for the prepaid market that would take the prepaid market from where it is right now at twenty four sixty seven which is just under the OJ's threshold to forty four eighty one a level that raises lots of red flags these kinds of numbers have historically resulted in higher prices for consumers less competition unless innovation I appreciate both executive statement that they believe that this merger will benefit consumers and result in lower prices and their commitments to an accelerated deployment of five G and the promises of expanded rural broadband, these are national objectives that are important to me and many members of this committee. However, I've seen a lot of mergers in this. Industry and others. And it's hard to think a one where consolidation didn't result in people losing their jobs prices going up and innovation being slightly. I look forward to hearing from the testimony from our two telephone companies that wish to merge in from the other panelists and with that. I yield to the ranking Member Mr ladder for five minutes favors chairman if I could just take a point of personal privilege also to express, my deepest sympathies to our friend and colleague, Debbie Dingle on the loss of chairman Dingell. And the chairman love this committee in this room is named after and I had the privilege of getting to know him in my days now. On this committee grind, I got congress. Again, he loved this committee. He loved this house. But most of all he loves his district state of Michigan in all that he did fourth. So with that. I wish the Bengals my my deepest sympathies on the loss of chairman. And again, this Sharon, thank you very much for convening. Our panel of us today into our witnesses. Thanks for much for being we appreciate your time. I look forward to hearing your expertise in different perspectives
NPR News Now
ASD may increase depression risk
"A new study finds that young adults with autism spectrum disorders are at high risk of depression and John Hamilton reports on research that appears in the journal Jaama network open. The steady looked at more than two hundred thousand young people in Sweden. It found that nearly twenty percent of those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders also had been diagnosed with depression. By the time they turned twenty-seven. In contrast, depression was diagnosed in just six percent of young people who did not have autism. Previous studies have found that depression is common among at lessons with autism. The new findings suggest that they're elevated risk continues into adulthood. Several studies have also shown that people with autism are more likely to think about suicide. The authors of the new study, say the results show that health professionals need to look for signs of depression in young people with autism spectrum disorders. John Hamilton,