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"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Far these games get pushed back. And if there's more games after this because the thing you can't do whoever's playing in the championship game has to be able to play on the nineteenth and you still want him to play all their games. So i could even see a rescheduling of games and the last four wake. You play the same people but you may mix the order up based on the people you think are going to get in a championship game to make sure they're are free on championship weekend. And my opinion. So i don't know So i know right now. Here's what we know we don't know and we got gotta whoever they forgot. We got to play the next week and the week after that. We're planning on ole miss next week and that changes that change. If it doesn't it doesn't let me ask you about something that commissioner sankey told us on on monday night and it's being tossed around. I'm sure you've heard it that. There is a at least a plan in the works. You probably know more than we do about playing games on december nineteenth as a coach. You want you want to compete for the championship. But what are your thoughts. If you don't make it to atlanta right now you've you. You need a little help from alabama to say the least about playing a game. That day does that. Does that appeal to your do bother me team or do you think it's okay. It doesn't really bother me. I mean because i still think we only get ten this year anyway so for your seniors evaluation for the draft. All of our young players more chance to practice and you say well. You're getting in preparation if you're practicing for a game you're practicing pretty doggone good to you know what i mean and this we only get ten of them so if we have to go the nineteenth we go the nineteenth. I'm open for it. I i don't mind it at all and a hopefully there'll be other things Down the road in addition to a ball game for your coach Appreciate your time as always. It's a pleasure to talk to you and We see very very soon pleasure to be with you. Thanks for having me about it. You got it. Always great to have coach jimbo fisher on the program in his team is an interesting situation. I think what he said there was very newsworthy. Because there there's a chance that your current sec schedule may not look that way in a couple of weeks. We will head to the break and get to your phone calls right after this. Hello.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Finebaum. Show our to podcast busy week. It's been already today. We're seeing so much Commotion in the world of college football. Lemme welcome in our next guest. And we're always delighted to bring in coach jimbo fisher and this is normally where i'm i say to the coach man. I appreciate you taking time out. From getting ready from saturday's game but incredibly Your game off the board now and we hope we hope everyone's okay. I know. I know this is a bizarre situation. Here it really is. I mean it's but we all said to begin the year and we told our players. It's going to be different so when so when if something happens that's just make the best out of it. Well protocols place hounds the best. We can have a plan for it but it is. I mean 'cause the funny thing about it is. We still retested three times. We've only had two posits but is to quarantining that has taken our players away and what we're doing because we were on a road trip with a small locker room which is very tough now. It's nobody's fault and on an airplane. So that's that's where majority of our our contact tracing goes back to his only off to positive cases coach. Don't act like this. Is the first time i've heard this but but it it. It has to be incredibly frustrating as your coach. Your your teams on a roll. You're coming off one of the biggest wins in your tenure texas. A&m on the road and and because of only two players I know this. This is what we bargained for but still it must be pretty exasperated. Haiti is i mean. It's a challenge every day but again you know like i said we can be upset about it or we can't be upset about it and i told her players. We gotta turn it to a pie. Everything happens right now. Who manages this the best. And like you say in a game if there is a bad play minimize the crisis get it. don't let it be catastrophic. And this is the same thing here. We got to keep our minds up. That's trained as much as we can as practices much we can. We can get our way to get running the guys that are able to do it. And the other guys that stay quarantine and do what we have to do. And and in this keeping a good frame of mind. Because i think that's going to be critical because we we still have a very good football team and we've got to get back to practice field when we can and get ready play game. Well let's talk about your football team because You you're up to number five in the country. Playoff talkers everywhere. I know that's something you probably want to down for the toys involved poisoning degrade problem to have actually right but when we first start with a two three weeks into the season how would you describe what's happened with your team. Because i mean right now they at least from layman's standpoint. You guys are great well right now. Earlier we had replacing. We know we are top. Receiver our top corner. Our second best linebacker all opted out some young players play. we had Didn't play well in the first game as well. We've banded about played a good game we turn it over a couple times. And then we played a very good alabama jalen waddell. Who's you know most explosive player in college football and we had opportunities and didn't feel it. But i think what's happened is causing effect him when i mean by that is and people said. What do you mean by that players. Don't even understand it today. It's because we practice because we do this. Here's the effect and results. You get and it and it happened in florida game. We won a very competitive tremendous football game which we played very well. And then it's just build itself from that in. Our leadership of our team has taken a great job of that and the thing about. Everybody said we're playing. We are but man. we're practicing. Well our guys are understanding. They're preparing well and they're practicing while it's in practice and you can. It's carrying over to the game talking to a fisher and co you don't need a primer on playoffs won the national championship. You've been in the playoffs twice. I mean in terms of Know what one from the bcs and one from this new era but fans just loved it to get into this conversation. And i know it probably derives you a little bit crazy. But what is it like a regardless of how it turns out your fans now are are arguing with people. Like me and capable of our microphones all over the country. Hey we're we deserve to be in the playoffs and the publicity great for you. Because that means you're relevant and like i tell players i don't feel the pressure. That pressure is a privilege. You have to deal that. But here's how you do with with pressure you. You just prepare. Remember why you're people were talking about you and asked we got. We got to see the world a straw and what i mean by that block. Everything out go to practice on monday. Go to practice on. Tuesday go to practice and we preach that each and every day and the process of how you do things as a result in which you get. That's what makes you relevant. No no it doesn't. It doesn't work the other way and the leadership of our team. I think will really allow that to happen. And has allowed that to happen for that to continue to happen back to the reality of today and that's the chaos with covert and not so much what you're currently going through but there's a lot of s- schedule recalibration. I realize we're still early in this. But what what do you know about week to week right now. You have a schedule but does it. Does it remain that way now. I think it's going to depend on my opinion. Who and how. Far these games get pushed back. And if there's more games after this because the thing you can't do whoever's playing in the championship game has to be able to play on the nineteenth and.
MagSafe for iPhone 12! What Is It & What Can It Do!?
"So mag safe by the way what a troll of name everybody who the sport from their Mac book so much and like us year like in Dungle Hell watching this event and we're bringing back safe back and you. Get this warm flicker of glow and they're like it's a giant circle for your phone. What's safe about the point of maximum says that it would detach from your laptop when you tripped on it so the laptop wouldn't go flying. Do you think that your phone is gonNA attach from this circular magnet when you trip on the cable and it won't go? There's nothing safe about. Trading on the goodwill towards rational ports laptops. And instead it's a circle. So it looks very much like the like the Apple. Watch charger IT'S G. So the phone consult charge using your old she chargers a lot of confusion about this yesterday. So he can still just charge found aled while charging patio. If you buy apples meg safe one. Yep. It will use magnets to click on the back of the phone line itself in charge of fifteen watts, which is faster than most. Not As fast as a cable. But. The magnets are strong enough to hold the thing on the back of the phone and I swear to God. The point of this is so that when you get into bed at night, your phone's dead and you still want to screw around on your phone while plugged in dip you can. That's that's one hundred percent why they made this happen only if they made it like a six foot cable though. So it's an open standard. They've published the SPEC. There's there's some NFL stuff floating around. Anybody can just magnets they can't. They can't dram the magnets as far as I can tell the question is, can they can they MSI made for iphone drm the fifteen watt charging speed day? Definitely. MSI APP charters. So yeah. So they're definitely there's little NFC tags and the cases and the official stuff. So I'm sure they can software rate limit the charger, but anybody can make out dull Cardi making car mounts, Sco she's already making like it's happening. This is the accessory ecosystem for the iphone in it is all happening. So that is built out so that when they take the port off the phone, everyone's already used to click in little circles on the back. By the way that we've had this whole environmental conversation. To Max's circle looks very big. Compared to how tiny? Lightening Cable. Giant. It's like a coaster that you're throwing around wireless chargers waste electricity compared to came the radically less efficient, and so it's not good for the environment. He's where the starter apple buys Tesla. Conspiracy Theory was taking the port off the phone I'm saying that they're buying Tesla. Tesla Power Wall. So it's all happening. I think save is exciting I for one like I have a wireless car charger amount in my car and it's the it's the best. And so being able to throw your phone on there and taking off is really awesome. They're already all kinds of cases for that. I keep thinking about my little Osmo Jimbo. Yeah and so the new one has a magnet but you sound like fiddle with a clip to get it on your phone if that thing just becomes a MAG safe attachment. Like there's a million things you were taking your phone in and out of yeah plus they're going to sell more pants because people have to buy special pants with extra pocket with protective line or added to keep it from demagnetize credit. Battery packs that just magnet on the back that's was your iphone mini problem like there's just like a bunch of cool ideas that happen when you have. A magnetic attach things to found. The question is, how strong are these magnets? Can they hold the way of a battery pack? Can they keep your kimball mounted while you're I don't know doing extreme sports. Like whatever people do? Get. You're bombed down the snowboard mountain. Well, those magnets mess with the compass because that was a problem on the first phone that had A. Surger the palm pre. Just pointing that I get ahead, say I'm pretty sure like mom rushing the phone out the door and crap, the compass doesn't work. On their cabin board of problems. Far, below like sprint exclusive. Hopefully, it's like did anybody check the magnets and like five thousand apple engineers assigned to that problem now? I, think it's really neat I. DO think that it's obvious. The march taking off the phone is underway I very mixed feelings about this.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"They did. Against Florida. So anyway, I just thought. I'd throw something out there that was negative for a chain. Well, I'm glad to hear that Tom we it has been a fairly negative day. It's only four four forty where I live and probably. A couple of hours earlier where you are appreciate call very much Why don't we take a break It's been a busy afternoon and we more guest come. And including the Commissioner of the southeastern conference at the top of the final hour we've already had Jimbo Fisher on. And we were coming back with. Paul Finebaum show podcast. And we welcome back. Great to have everybody here. On a Wednesday afternoon Mike is up next hey mike. Hey Paul thank you for taking my call. Real quick. But Anyway, the the guy that was he got some wrong information about Alabama being an underdog at home Alabama's a consensus, six point favorites. That's all the way across the board. So anyway, just wanted to correct anything in there. Somebody 'cause I I I was pretty sure but you know when it comes to betting lines. You would be hearing a lot more about the only time. Alabama has been an underdog since two thousand. Nine was at Georgia of four years ago as you probably remember, they were about a two point underdog and got and killed Georgia that day. Well. I'm worried about this weekend. Hope we'll see what happens if they fall. Thank you, Yeah. Appreciate that Eddie is in Florida and you were on the Air Hello Eddie. Hey how you doing my man? We are doing great. Thank you. Hey row damn pat..
"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Player standing on the sideline or step down to the crowd bearing side tackle the kid from it right in front of the bench. Of I mean it was the play was over. And the thing that was all background I'm thinking about the Arkansas game last week in call made such a big difference. After there's tackled was made. seems to me if I'm remembering correctly. ficials met and awarded the touchdown because that's clearly the way was played was going to turn out. and the big difference between that call that result and what happened in Arkansas now I grant sixty sixty plus years has passed by But That kind of a thing as was precedent setting, it seems to me it happened a long time ago, and maybe I don't remember correctly because my is no longer than my Well, it's not very long. And I just wonder if anybody can straighten me out on this or verify the fact that this did happen. You know I'm trying to remember Do you remember? Did you tell me the year because I've already forgotten? I'm guessing I was old enough to watch college football at a time when there weren't then he college football games to watch. On national television so this would have been. I'm thinking okay. Here's the deal. I. I know exactly what you're talking about because I knew the person. You're talking about the cotton bowl. In whatever year it was. And MID MID MID to late fifties would that be about right and yeah you're talking about you're talking about Tommy Lewis, coming off the bench for Alabama against Baylor and. It's an interesting story I tommy. He made a great tackle No I'm sorry. I should have my ages caught up to me there. I The reason I know this story so well is it Tommy Lewis was one of the most the kindest man I've ever met and I was in Huntsville Alabama one time giving a talk and he was in the audience. And without thinking I, I made some light mention of the exact same play that you said and I felt a hush over the crowd and I did not realize that this. This was now. Twenty five years later, maybe longer and he's he was still upset about that. He was still sensitive about that and we talked to afterwards We became very close friends and I used to talk to him a lot and when I see him occasionally at games and he never really got over that he he was embarrassed to the end that that he had done that. Because, he had that much pride in the University of Alabama and his position he was he was on Ed Sullivan show yeah exactly. All right, a game and ed asked him something to the effect it what made you think what's on your mind when you did that and he said, well, I was so excited and I was so full of Alabama exactly that I just couldn't let him do that. Yeah. Mike one antidote. Not to bring this up Harvey Updike the infamous. Person who poisoned the trees at Auburn? You've probably heard that he died a couple of. He called me not long after he had been captured. And I asked him I said Harvey. I didn't I said you're out of your mind I in some ways he may have been. Any said you know I I was just so full Alabama. And I said that's what he quoted. Time you Lewis and Tommy. Lewis heard about that. He called me and was very upset. His wife called me because. He didn't want anything to do with that guy. As very people. But yeah, I didn't mean to in long two story but Yeah I should have remembered the second you said but I, I was sidetracked here but that's okay. Well, just as a sideline I WANNA say that you've got the most Incredible Membrane for things like this of anybody I've ever known some of the things out here on your show. Just really astounding. Thanks so much great. Hey thank you. Mike I. appreciate that. It. Just you know some stories you remember in some, you can't remember the next minute. Let me date. If you're just joining us, it's been a busy day already as we thought would happen it did happen today the SEC announced that the Florida home game Saturday against Lsu has been moved to December, so Florida will now finish with Tennessee and L. S. U.. And I, it's interesting because miles Brennan was probably not going to play in the game according to coach earlier we've had a busy one already You heard Jimbo Fisher there a few minutes ago. Greg mcelroy. Pete Dabble. Commissioner. Sankey later on, we are taking a break back with much more when listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. A busy day that. Probably will get busier based on this this week as it has already gone by the way I was wrong about when I was talking to my friend a minute ago. Time Goose did tackle the other team. It was against Rice dickey moment. Mabel in the fifty four cotton bowl so I didn't mean to drag Baylor into it. But that is exactly what what what's going on. Let's say get back to the call five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five, and let's check in with Troy in Mississippi. Hey, troy afternoon. Is a question. So you K Next to a bowl game and for years what Bowl Game? Where do you think it will be? Well Troy. Thank you for the call I think it's a little bit early to tell i. do think they have a really good chance of going to a bowl game but let's let's let's see where we go on that right now we're only three games in but I think it'd be a pretty decent bowl game that would be. A nice. Reward for the season. Thank you for the call how `Bout Rubin in Florida. Hey, room and good afternoon. Good afternoon Paul appreciate you taking my call I love your show listen to you for a long time, and this is the first time. I've been lucky enough to get through. Thank you. But I just wanted to make a couple of comments about. Alabama football and then then see what your thoughts are. Paul them. You know it seems like since nick saving changes offensive philosophy and went wide open. The offense is certainly gotten more prolific but the defense is saying a slide through the years and And from what I see Paul. Alabama don't play Alabama football anymore. They play football like everybody else and. And your guest earlier Pete Down Saudis. Audis analogy on the upcoming game was at home. And Impala I could be wrong but My Gut tells me that we're going to see something like the last Alabama. Clemson. College Football playoff game where Clemson just what the Field Alabama. And you know. I. Hope I'm wrong Paul. But what do you think and what are you speak? I've learned one thing this year. That to make a prediction. Before a game until you know whether. The school, the team will be there the coaches will be it's too crazy right now to make prediction on Wednesday. Hey, thank you for the call. Jeff is in Virginia Jeff Good afternoon. Now..
"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Our defense. Alabama. I'm GonNa tell you something. We had the recruit board excuse. Okay. Now Nikki's blaming. Wine train on stealing plays. What's IT GONNA be Sunday. Is that a sign of old age because I'm GonNa tell you their defense looked about like the Falcons crime to stop the run against this. We're going to run the ball down with wrote go dog. You. Know I like about red dog he always brings such. Great insight. Troy is up next. Hey Troy Gerrad ahead. HR Good afternoon. That was not a good call. Let's try Zach who is in Florida Hey, there. I'm disappointed and the University of Florida. I love that place. But what? Donald? Trump's day. Don't let it control your life. What are we doing? We're leading corona virus change our normal day life. was. Fair, but they had no choice. They had a choice. They have to listen to the. Well hold on hold on Zach what choice did they have? They could have done something they got enough money and the power. No hold on a second I want you to explain this because I'm not mean all everything you said until till now is interesting but. I am curious what Florida could have done when they fell below the required standard of play in the SEC, they did not have enough scholarships to meet the protocol what what were they supposed to do? Paul. I don't know. It's just it's disappointing and it's frustrating game. So NATO or You know have been able to do anything all summer, and now we get here still can't do you know. It's just frustrating bollocks just very frustrated. And I guess you want to move on to a different topic ACT This Do. You think that may be the. Postponed will help the GATORS. May. Be. Quite. Frankly, I thought the gators were in a great spot. This weekend. They were coming off a nasty loss. They're angry Lsu was bewildered and the quarterback was out. So I think advantage Lsu I. Don't think this helps L. A. Florida one bit. We're not not in that game talking about getting the defense prepared maybe different game plan new strategy that strategize. I can't first of all at the end of the season. Now I mean think about Florida's finish to the year. Now I don't know if you thought about this. But they finish at ten at Tennessee, and against Lsu, that's a that's a tough finish. My thought about it all but. I think Florida will overcome it. I think that Texas A&M LOSS MID IF I have to lose any program I want to text in because you know they're they're Class Act shout out to Matt. I know that probably a lot of joy. And there's hope in. Georgia lose the Alabama. Maybe I'll be the game I'm watching. So Florida gators aren't playing, but it's always funded root against Georgia, FSU Tennessee so it might be able to do that. Right. Thank you. Mike. Mike is up next in South Carolina. Hello Paul. Thanks for taking my call real honor talk to you. On a trip down memory lane and we'll be great I'm seventy two years old and I remember seeing a game maybe sixty maybe more than that years ago and which Alabama was playing I don't know the opponent but the opponent had a ball carrier run up the side by streaking up the sideline and he was free looked like he was going to score a touchdown. I didn't see anybody could catch him and there was an Alabama.
After Playing In Dallas Area, COVID-19 Outbreak Causes Florida Gators To Suspend All Football Activities
"Florida gators paused all football activities after a corona virus outbreak there nineteen people within the Franchisee Organization the program have tested positive over the last several days. They got a huge game coming up with Lsu. We will talk to Jimbo Fisher this morning at eight ten. Eastern he is the head coach of Texas a and M. They just played Florida. So if you want to think about where their tests might be contact tracing, all of that stuff will talk to the aggies head coach about what it was like to play Florida. GATORS. Have nineteen positive tests and had stopped hit pause for the moment. Just a few days away from gigantic gigantic.
WFH From Barbados
"Global tourism as you might expect, has been way down this year the number of people going overseas on vacation declined by a massive sixty, five percent in the first half of the air. But this hit was especially bad for Barbados the Caribbean island nation has built its economy around tourism, and normally this is a really great business more than a million tourists typically visit. Barbados. And they're all these businesses that depend on these tourist hotels and restaurants and local farms that supply the restaurants and all of these people count on the tourism sector. It makes about a third of Barbados's GDP as people started to halt their plans for trips to places like Barbados those jobs and businesses, they took a huge hit. So the country's Prime Minister Mia Motley. She had an idea and I spoke to UC skeet about this. He's the US director at the organization that promotes tourism to Barbados Prime Minister Recognize that we have an opportunity to welcome these individuals who are working. Remotely to come to Barbados enjoy all that the Allen has to offer and stole be able to work. So what it did is it allowed us to look beyond short-term visitor and create lungs. The visitor is on the island and the government developed a special new visa twelve months long, and they're just a few conditions you have to work for your employer back home ending at least fifty thousand dollars a year that is, you know you're not getting a job in Barbados also, you pay two thousand dollars application fee and you need your own health insurance which travel insurance can typically cover. Application is approved Bam. You can sit up let up in a hammock overlooking the Caribbean on horseback. Emiko horseback take your pick and you know probably not very surprisingly daring after having seen this ad over two thousand people like, Sean. Have applied for the welcome stamp visa and it doesn't sound like a ton but using explained why this is actually a really important economic boost, they have to find a place to live. They have to eat this hurtling going to participate in a lot of the attractions and activities in addition to that. Then no become because I can guarantee you want to come into the welcome stamping Barbados they're not gonNA WANNA leave. So they're also become a part of the voice that tells their friends and families at that. You must visit Barbados and I think that then has even longer term benefits and I. Think that's certainly a win win. But of course, this question comes up in my head, right like, could it really be this easy I? mean if it is maybe the entire population of the world is going to end up in the Caribbean. But to check this out, we went to talk to Tim Burgess. He's the CO founder of an international workforce company called Shield Jimbo he's working internationally is not always so simple. There's there's a whole lot of compliance and I guess I. Sort of administrative issues that people don't think about in this context. Tim says, there are two main obstacles to international working from home. So first of all, if you're going for a long length of time like at least six months, you have to start thinking about taxes. If you're for example going to Mexico you might become tax resident in Mexico, your employment say hold on now where liable for having employees Mexico, and of course, this is not just income tax right? Example, Hanshin State health insurance. Yeah. All the different components of social security a few moved from the US. To Franz the employees accost goes from about fifteen percent on top of the salary to forty seven to fifty percent on top of the summer. So it's not as easy as just going to a we work in Paris. It's a very gray area. Barbados got around this particular snag. They said, you do not need to pay taxes in Barbados with this particular visa just keep paying your taxes and social security to home country but Tim. Raises a second issue, which is if you'll say working for an American company but want to work overseas the company you work for start to need to comply with your new countries, regulations and labor laws like say, maybe you'll be forced to take the minimum twenty four vacation days required by Jim. Laurie. If you relate to Berlin, which would be sad. Yeah. I mean that would be a struggle, but I would be up for tackling that. So Barbados, really turned this gray area into a very simple and clear invitation to remote worker. They saw this. And so Darian you know we started talking about this and we were wondering like, is this the wave of the future? I really hope and my hope is that people take it up. It would be a really wonderful initiative and a great model that people could follow and a lot of other countries have realize there is a huge opportunity here Estonia has launched its own visa. So has Bermuda and so Shaun the business intelligence analyst from Charlotte she's a tastes case company said, yes, and to visa was approved and the horses in hammocks wait exactly excited I I couldn't believe it. I was like Oh my God he's actually going to happen. I'm excited to Sean paid her two thousand dollars visa fee, and she now has her flights booked for just a couple of weeks from now what are you looking forward to most about? Barbados the food. The food tasting. Some new flavors there flying fish is like their. Go to national dish it's something called flying fish, which I have no idea
Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher handed recruiting penalties by NCAA
"Texas am football and head coach Jimbo Fisher. are facing penalties for recruiting violations from the NC Double A. Jimbo Fisher in the program. Arguing are being given a six month show cause order due to recruiting violations by former assistant coach Jimbo Fisher
How to Go Braless
"But, then she found boob love in a hopeless place by the mid two thousand ten's. Riana was already becoming iconic for her bra fashion statements, so when photos of her nip slips started, popping up on shares tumbler feed. She titillated so I was like this is so cool that this. Singer, she's so punk that she's not wearing a bra. That is so pumped to me I'm going to do the same. And I was going to performing arts school at the time the Brit School. So that was a school where individualism was definitely appreciated and encouraged, so I didn't have that fear of what if I get laughed at because it was a performing arts school, so you'd expect to find all kinds of characters in an environment like that, and even though I mean I never came across anybody who will come to me and be like why not wearing a Bra? But it was something where I definitely used that time to build my confidence, because walking into a canteen, full of boys and girls who have their own opinions of viewing opinions of everyone else. It really will make you forcefully build character. If you choose to do something that's quite nonconformist like not wearing a bra. Yeah? I mean I can. Especially the the first few times you did that. Were you nervous at all? Like? How are you feeling? Are you just like visit me? And deal with it. I didn't think much of it. Because I saw I saw the almost like it was like an old to the ninety s like Jimbo. Those old pictures of Jennifer Aniston in the nineteen when she was filming the first few runs, a friends, and she's not wearing raw, and it's like those of images. What what I was looking at I, kind of curated my social feed in such a way. That I was seeing images of women who went wearing a Bra. If they're outfit so for me. It was like I'm not the first ever person to do this, so it's not like I'm doing something that's. So shock horror. The feeling of choosing to not abroad was fun because it felt like a fashion statement for me, and also it was like it almost made me feel like a little bit made me feel Elizabeth more sexy equivalent. Of wearing a push up bra? Ironically, it's like not wearing a bra and having your Nipples of showing for your outfit Lou bit. In a way for me, critics the same. Impact might be to create if I were to put on a push up Bra cleavage. It's still the same concept of the something on my chest. I know you WANNA. Look at.
Interpretable AI in Healthcare
"One of the important areas in which model interpret ability should have an impact. I guess somewhat argue the most important areas in healthcare after all. What good is some black box It's worth something if it's reliable but yeah better than a black box would be a transparent box and while that makes a great pool quote easier said than done. There's also an interesting aside here about interpreting. For whom patient or doctor and my concern is doctor because the last thing I want to patient self diagnosing and getting access to AI tools to essentially make the sort of inferences that you need a guided trained died. Make so in my mind. Successive applied machine learning and healthcare is really about helping the doctors the clinicians the radiologist the people that are operating the machines in interpreting the evidence in doing that sort of thing so surely there's some interesting work specifically on model interpret ability in the context of healthcare right off this week on the show. I speak with Jay theon garage about his recent paper. Calibrating healthcare AI. Towards reliable and interpreted deep. Predictive models. I am I'm a computer scientist at Lawrence livermore national labs and I will descend lights computing division. They're doing research much learning in occupations and I'd asked you on today most notably to discuss your recent paper calibrating healthcare a I told reliability and interpreted deep predictive models. This is right at the intersection of the things we like to get into here. It's interpret ability and M. L. I'm not an expert in healthcare and I know it does take some expertise. Can you tell me a little bit about your background? And how you've learned these two fields and whatever their overlap is so mind. Bagnall might be Watson Mustang. Running on sitting processing may apply Problems in consideration however when. I started working on applying to Real. What problems little more being a fine slob? Vdb typically focus on a bit of scientific applications in which data modeling could be potentially used. And that's where I started. What Lawn Jimbo? Space by medicine Pot and I've been fortunate enough to work with. Us decently stuff while I watch TV in the trade beyond my basic by classes school so I started learning as starbuck along these projects and my awesome does including the ones by the research on other places that I work with there. Being helping me get on top of some of the challenges that he insists and how we could potentially report with some of the tools of your building. General ambition problems to I see a lot of headlines that Bragg for certain problems like maybe it's a radiologist and things like that that algorithms are now achieving these human level performance although when you look a little deeper maybe that's perhaps a stretch. What's your perspective on the current state of the art in Computer Vision? How close are we to that? Human level goal were all seemingly after. I think that's a philosophical question on some level if you actually talked to a doctor down definitely testing which is using human performance. Okay but if you deep down to go to the doctors and house them on both the costs that you really want to help you with many times down to this new the kind of problems back the actual doctors and people who are treating radiated difficult infections business they are looking for is solid really really challenging problems which often cutting the benchmarking statistics typically build the vision community. So this is what happens even though be producing a lot of promise. Infanta building diagnostic tools. They might not be directly. Impacting healthcare has the way of humidity expected. However this conversation study lot of more practitioners of getting volume conversations issues with us. It's not anymore like taken. Automated Published inaudible computer vision and machine learning manuals on doctors. Look at it. So that is changed. So it's means what does happen is defined realistic. Problem actually agreed to have an impact on which is not very easy to do you. Have these awesome cameras. We are looking at on for names but Hollywood. This needs a more fundamental rethinking as to what helped get problems need to be solved which is the actual big challenge for example. The flight me something like a Cobra. Infection which intimate know what gain of data potentially even detected well and sending me thrown into the school. Maybe I saying we need to find a stating congressman beanie to detect things and more importantly. The office can be used in order to gain new insights that they do not more already so in some sense it is going to continue merely being automating to then the future is promising. Couple of the NFC moving. It's not just for making difficult jobs faster but it is also doing tasks that typically hard even for human to solve in a day to business on holding. We enable them do better sometimes. It's not even replacing them and brigadier deadliest in many times even assisting them to navigate to restrict at
NYC health chief under fire for alleged remark
"There is are calls faring for okay New York city's health commissioner not so much to on resign main after street reportedly insensitive at remarks twenty about till the let's city's bring police in Jimbo officers Hannah kind the commissioner of weird watching of the NYPD Wall Street these says days nothing with unemployment is more important way than up the health the gross and domestic safety product of his officers crashing major but retailers that may not declaring be the case bankruptcy for the city's and health it looks commissioner as though Dr art Wall series Street Barbeau is just a happy who according is a to the New York could Post be told another what's going high on ranking here officer let's talk with personal I finance don't give two expert rats Terry **** savage about your cops her website during her a phone name call Terry in March savage dot denying com a request and for half Munger a million latest masters books the saying savage truth I need on them money for others carbo and the savage has yet number responded how much to money the story do you really but need police to retire unions are what calling is for Wall her dismissal Street saying that PBA we're not president Terry Pat Lynch calling one it despicable thing to and say unforgivable there are said traditional Dr Barbeau for the stock should market be forced to look to look ahead in the and eye of every and police many family on Wall Street who lost I think a hero that to the this virus we will get past and tell this them economy they are worth will re a rat's open **** and that she business should've been fired will come the moment back she uttered and those earnings words will come
How COVID-19 is affecting your job
"So we'll talk a bit about where we are headed in regards to the economy with a few other aspects of all of this including frankly how this is affecting your job and we'll do that with the labor law attorney Joyce Smith who joins us this evening in the thank you for being on the program my pleasure thank you for having me absolutely of course a lot of people are learning things about their jobs that they may not have known before and they have perhaps a new relationship with their job if in fact they still have a job now you are a labor law attorney in general I'm curious your thoughts about how well the law and regulations were prepared for such an eventuality that's a great question I think the the rash of legislation we've seen come fast and furious it shows we weren't really ready but I do think that Congress has been quick to act we've had Lucia issuing all kinds of new guidance EOC issuing new pandemic guidance we've got Congress acting with you sick leave expansions to medical leave act so it wasn't there before but we're acting quickly to get their one eight six six five oh Jimbo is run over one eight six six five oh five four six two six clearly when you face a situation like this and will divide certainly reappears although it's a it's a much smaller divide on one side of the equation and that is do you have union protection or do you not have union protection to go back to I guess the mid fifties and close to thirty percent of the American labor force was in fact in the union of some sort today I guess that number is more like seven or eight percent and a huge percentage of that is in the public employment how is that affected the individual's ability to survive the situation sure you're you're absolutely right the unions have been on the decline which means there's not as much power for employees to band together and advocate right now and you know for example we see health care providers who have been exempted from these new laws for paid leave and for the families first corona virus actor exempted yeah there's not a group banded together and advocating for them so you I think it it is harder for the employee to step up with if they're worried about their working conditions right now and in terms of of let's say choices like furlough or fired or pay cuts and there have been people who have the face that choice granted if your only choice was your god this may sound like a pretty good choice but on the other hand if if this is what you facetime street caught a few people off guard and maybe they weren't sure quite what they should do sure you know for load I give a furlough is that you're coming back in the relationship hasn't stopped so that's good news to be sent to you hope you still have a job to come back to you know pay decreases you still have a job although I will say if you are one of the many many millions who are are facing layoffs right now many of the states have implemented expanded unemployment benefits loosened requirements for that has enhanced the amount of time and the amounts you can get so again we're seeing another area where the law has stepped up to try to make this easier for those who are losing their jobs right now your thoughts about both the idea and the execution of the idea regarding a flooding the economy with money both in terms of the just cash to people go forth and spread them and to try to keep other people's jobs going and also the money that's going to small businesses which by the way is about to run out that is is to to help the small businesses keep keep up paying people on a jury for thoughts about the idea about how well it's being carried out sure I think the idea is great I think it's much needed I think the way it's been carried out has created a lot of headache especially the paycheck protection program as you mentioned we're seeing those funds run out on that you know this is this went into gear so quickly that the regulations hadn't really been figured out we had banks you're putting all kinds of requirements on who would be prioritized and everybody knew the money was going to run out it was first come first serve so I think the intention is great I think whenever you're going to try to to disperse that much money quickly it's going to be hard to gear up I I hear stimulus checks are starting to hit people's bank accounts I think you know I think it's great I think all of its needed I think there are a lot of frustrated people especially with you know a lot of small businesses who aren't going to get funding under under it and don't know whether they're going to add money to the stimulus plan so I think they're a great idea yeah would be great to see them iron it out and and help
"jimbo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A show one eight six six five oh Jimbo as we continue to look at the problem and watch it grow and do what our response can be we'll talk a bit about the stimulus package in a moment right now let's take a call for our guest it happened of the Niagara university with Mike in Ventura California good evening Mike good evening Jimbo fantastic show thank you I had a question about how those of us that are on our meager retirement or social security are going to be affected by the stimulus program so security you're still going to be able to get that twelve hundred dollar payment most of the social security and it's going to be well over seventy five thousand dollars so you would be entitled to that twelve hundred dollar payment people on disability are also entitled to the payment all righty well thank you very much that's all I have all right thank you appreciate your thoughts one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six and this is Scott in Burlington Vermont good evening Scott good evening one night I absolutely love your show thank you note the issue I have is that you know I've worked my entire life from the time I was in high school worked my way through college by Hale paid all my college debt good really quite well I guess you know I'm retired now just getting really frustrated with having to pay for every body else's screw ups I heard the the mayor of New York or the governor of New York talking about how we need this we need that we need the and even the government is not the solution to everybody's problems no but it is a solution to some problems that is true but I think if you call in general need to take responsibility for themselves greed has a great principal and as soon as we can instill that and everybody's heads I think that's absolutely a a very valid point in the meantime Scott we're here now and I'm not sure it well I thoroughly agree with your sentiment I'm not sure the lecture on personal responsibility here and now is going to accomplish a lot I I I would totally agree with you Mr beau Hannon my point is is that I want to win D. O. O. this philosophy into the younger generation by the time the twenty six trillion dollars gets paid back that the federal government is soon going to I'll be long dead and it will be my great grandchildren they will have to do this but at some point beautiful meter harken back to the days of my grandparents homesteaded my great grandparents and really start to take responsibility for themselves and not I need a free cell phone or an extra roll of toilet paper when you buy an S. U. V. or something I I do I I thoroughly agree with your like our guests to respond but again I would simply point out that that some some things that we're talking about may involve a lack of personal responsibility but quite frankly of maybe we should have anticipated this professor Hutton but we did not anticipate that this kind of pandemic they do happen on occasion I'm not sure that we could have anticipated that massive need for things from ventilators to to toilet paper no and I don't think anybody had ever planned that basically having to shut down all of the basically all of the businesses in the United States for several weeks or several months we went to the financial crisis in two thousand eight two thousand nine one of the words you heard a lot was moral hazard people talked about well it was the banks at that point and the bank had screwed up the banks had they had spent a lot of money they had made a lot of bad investments and one of the things that people objected to very strenuously in two thousand eight in two thousand nine in those bailouts was that we were rewarding thanks for their bad behavior but at this point I don't think anybody thinks that it's anybody's fault here that this is really at E. health crisis that nobody Costa the the people that god laid off because there's none of the businesses that are shut down because this and so really good site my feeling is there's only one group that really cancer and that's the government and and I'm I'm glad that I'm glad they're stepping up to do this and by I I would I would have been much more afraid of before I saw what the federal reserve and the US government is proposing to do yeah again the other two circumstances were not entirely comparable let's face it the a crisis came about in large part because some brilliant people principally on the left I might add but there would be a really wonderful idea of people who were not qualified either by finances or by behavior I should have their own homes of the rest of it should simply subsidize what were clearly untenable risks in terms of extending loans and that was dumb from this from the get go and I don't know the city which people got punished but there were plenty who should have been in this particular case I get it's a little hard to put out blame for something that maybe in the future maybe the future road will will be of more likely to to stockpile some of these things here's Howard in the Dallas who calls and hello Howard are you gonna be listen the off and on since the eighties was too large well thank you very much in your in your garage I got a question for the gentleman I'm seventy I'm semi retired I've worked all my life never taken a hand out never would I care about but I'm just curious Emory this file my taxes every year and I still warm I might probably just saw with thirty thousand a year and this year I got a level public dollar tax return which the treasury department they always said make a direct deposit into bite out in my so security is a direct deposit into that same account so what I was wondering how much I would get I'm single I've already raised my kids are in college it's right and what would that the how much would it be would that still be by as a direct deposit and I felt rather than share good points both end before we give you answers as we're coming up on a break to doesn't move will pause and we'll come back with that answer so stay tuned all the Jimbo had a show back in a moment the internet has changed.
"jimbo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"One eight six six five oh Jimbo as we continue to look at the problem and watch it grow and do what our response can be we'll talk a bit about the stimulus package in a moment right now let's take a call for our guest it happened of the Niagara university with Mike in Ventura California good evening Mike good evening Jimbo fantastic show thank you I had a question about how those of us that are on our meager retirement or social security are going to be affected by the stimulus program so security you're still going to be able to get that twelve hundred dollar payment most of the social security payments will be well under seventy five thousand dollars so you would be entitled to that twelve hundred dollar payment people on disability are also entitled to the payment all righty well thank you very much that's all I have all right thank you appreciate your thoughts one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six of this is Scott in Burlington Vermont good evening Scott good evening and night I absolutely love your show thank you note the issue I have is that you know I've worked my entire life from the time I was in high school worked my way through college Hey all paid all my college debt good really quite well I guess you know I'm retired now just getting really frustrated with having to pay for every body else's screw ups I heard the the mayor of New York or the governor of New York talking about how we need this we need that we need this and even the government is not the solution to everybody's problems no but it is a solution to some problems that is true but I think people in general need to take responsibility for themselves greed does a great principal and as soon as we can and still lead and everybody's heads I think that's absolutely a a very valid point in the meantime Scott we're here now and I'm not sure it well I thoroughly agree with your statement I'm not sure the lecture on personal responsibility here and now is going to accomplish a lot I I I would totally agree with you Mr beau Hannon my point is is that I want to win this deal this philosophy into the younger generation by the time the twenty six trillion dollars gets paid back the federal government is soon going to I'll be long dead and it will be my great grandchildren they will have to do this but at some point meter harken back to the days of my grandparents homesteaded and my great grandparents and really start to take responsibility for themselves and not I need a free cell phone or an extra roll of toilet paper when you buy an S. U. V. or something I I do I I thoroughly agree with you I like our guests to respond but again I would simply point out that that some some things that we're talking about may involve a lack of personal responsibility but quite frankly maybe we should have anticipated this professor Hutton but we did not anticipate that this kind of pandemic they do happen on occasion I'm not sure that we could have anticipated that massive need for things from ventilators to to toilet paper no and I don't think anybody had ever planned that basically having to shut down all of the basically all of the businesses in the United States for several weeks or several months when we went to the financial crisis in two thousand eight two thousand nine one of the words you heard a lot was moral hazard people talked about well it was the banks at that point and the bank had screwed up the banks had they had spent a lot of money they had made a lot of bad investments and one of the things that people objected to very strenuously in two thousand eight in two thousand nine in those bailouts was that we were rewarding banks for their bad behavior but at this point I don't think anybody thinks that it's anybody's ball here that this is really he health crisis that nobody cost though the people that god laid off because there's none of the businesses that are shut down because this and so really the site my feeling is there's only one group that really cancer and that's the government and and I'm I'm glad that I'm glad they're stepping up to do this and by I I would I was a much more afraid before I saw what the federal reserve and the US government is proposing to do yeah again the other two circumstances were not entirely comparable let's face it the aid crisis came about in large part because some brilliant people principally on the left I might add but that would be a really wonderful idea of people who were not qualified either by finances or by behavior I should have their own homes in the rest of us should simply subsidize what were clearly untenable risks in terms of extending loans and that was dumb from this from the get go and I don't know the city which people got punished but there were plenty who should have been in this particular case I get it's a little hard to put out blame for something that maybe in the future maybe the future road will will be of more likely to to stockpile some of these things here's Howard in the Dallas who calls and hello Howard are you gonna be listen the off and on since the eighties was too large well thank you very much if you're in your garage I got a question for the gentleman I'm seventy I'm semi retired I've worked all my life they were taken to hand out never would I can hand out but I'm just curious Emory this upon my taxes every year and I still warm I might probably just saw with thirty thousand a year and this year I got a level public dollar tax return which the treasury department they always said make a direct deposit into bite out in my so security is a direct deposit into that same account so what I was wondering how much I would get I'm single I've already raised my kids are in college it's right and what was that the how much would it be and would that still be made as a direct deposit into my account rather than a check good points both end before we give you answers as we're coming up on a break to doesn't move will pause and we'll come back with that answer so stay tuned all the jumbo headed show back in a moment your source for official weather information on newsradio KDKA.
Food, Dubious Food
"In twenty eleven in Alabama law firm sued fast food chain Taco Bell for dishonest business practices claiming that Taco Bell's seasoned filling couldn't be called beef under USDA standards because they had it tested and it was only thirty five percent beef. The rest was oats and other fillers Taco bell pulled out all the stops to refute the allegation at a cost of more than three million dollars including parody of Saturday morning superhero cartoon show that they had already for reasons super delicious ingredients force fighting. Baron VAUGHN bland. My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Researching conspiracy theories and urban legends. Always gets a little wild like. Did you know that people are die hard? Tim Hortons fans because the Canadian version of Dunkin donuts spikes their coffee with highly addictive nicotine. Of course they don't but that doesn't stop people from believing. It will be skipping over. Stories like the fingertip and Wendy's Chili. That was a failed extortion attempt or the mouse in the mountain dew which PepsiCo defended themselves against by proving that the mouse would have dissolved. Let's start with the biggest name and fast food. The Mac Daddy if you will. Mcdonald's easily holds the records for the most urban legends and conspiracy yarns spun around a restaurant. The topic has its own wikipedia. Page and these. Well predate the unduplicated experiment. That was Morgan. Spurlock super size me listeners. Of a certain demographic may remember the Jimbo. You deserve a break today reaching them about the same time as the rumor that McDonald's stretched their hamburger meat out with Nice. Cheap ground up worms. If you've been online for more than a few minutes. In the past decade he will have seen a picture of a factory machine extracting fat tube of Pink Mush or pink slime as the caption frames. It say hello to mechanically separated chicken. It's all fast food. Chicken is made from things like chicken. Nuggets patties also. The process frozen chicken in the stores is made from it. Basically the entire chicken is smashed and pressed recieve bones is guts. All it comes out looking like this and there's more because it's crawling with bacteria it'll be washed ammonia soaked in it actually then because it tastes gross. It'll be re flavored artificially then because it's weirdly pink it'll be died with artificial color but hey at least it tastes good right. There are little bits they are that are nearly true mechanically separated meat is a staple ingredient in ready made frozen and fast foods but it's made from meat cuts not whole carcasses while beef producers commonly treat meat products with small amounts of ammonium side as an anti microbial agent and assessing in a high volume facility meat and poultry processors. Don't soak the meat in ammonia. They treat it with the gas apart from the included items being wrong. There are a lot of things that are missing. Like the fact that McDonald's stopped using mechanically separated chicken in two thousand and three mechanically separated. Beef was banned in two thousand four due to concerns about Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy Aka mad cow disease and the pink. Slime in the picture is probably what one beef industry magazine writer called. Ammonium treated lean beef trimmings not even chicken at all another glaring omission in the claim. There is nothing in the picture to identify that as a McDonald's facility. Mcdonald's went on the defensive showing how nuggets were actually made and that the mushed up chicken while not especially pleasing to the eye at no point looks like pink. Slime washed down those nuggets with a milkshake. Well there's no milk in that milkshake. There's no dairy of any kind. That's why the menu says shakes and not milkshakes. At least that's the rumor. What are they used instead to make it so creamy pureed cow eyeballs or maybe a little microscopic styrofoam balls for filler or lard or potatoes or seaweed or ground up feathers there are strict definitions food labelling and while. Mcdonald's shakes can't be labeled milkshakes in some areas because they don't contain straight up milk they do contain milk via the soft serve ice cream that's used to make them and they don't contain any of the other things save one. Their ice cream is made from milk. Sugar cream of Corn Syrup and various common preservatives and thinners McDonald's self-serve does contain one item from the Urban Legend List Seaweed specifically encourage Heenan. A safe natural common ingredient bonus. Fact if your food or drink is pink or red in color. Check The label for coaching. Neil a type of beetle whose ground up bodies have been used as a food color for centuries. I'm not suggesting to avoid it unless you're trying to keep kosher. I just think it's interesting. It's probably only listed as natural color. Anyway say you bought more food than you're able to eat in one sitting and you left the rest on the counter for a few weeks. Hey we all get busy. Thanks to all the artificial ingredients in manmade chemicals in boldface defiance of the natural order of things that McDonald's food won't rot. Lots of people have made videos showing the food remaining virtually unchanged after days and even weeks. This is a little bit true but mostly false in case any specify that and not for the reasons you think according to Dr Keith Warner Program Director at the University of Gulf's Department of Food Science and Quality Assurance essentially the microbes. That cause rotting are a lot like ourselves in that they need water nutrients warmth and timed grow. If we take one or more of those elements away then. Microbes cannot grow and spoil food in the example of the McDonald's hamburger. The patty loses water in the form of steam during cooking the BUN is made out of bread and toasting it reduces the amount of moisture this means that after preparation hamburger is fairly dry. When left out open in a room? There's further water loss as the humidity within most buildings is around forty percent so in the absence of moisture or high humidity. The Burger simply dries out rather than rots so no moisture no rot. It's the inverse of the reason. Why the bathroom is the only room in your house where you're locked in an eternal struggle with microbes like mold and mildew speaking of moisture. Who could use a tasty beverage right about now? How about a new COQ? Don't know what I'm talking about. That means one of two things. You're under the age of thirty or the most devious and ingenious marketing effort of all time succeeded or failed either way. The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Set would want you to know. That coke created new coq to cover the switch from sugar to corn Syrup to mask the removal of the last remaining coca derivatives or because people would hate it and demand more of what had been renamed co Classic. Take your pick. Pepsi had an effective ad campaign with the Pepsi. Challenge a blind taste test where lifelong coke fans found out they actually preferred the taste of Pepsi. Coke replicated the challenge in private and found the same thing. So in nineteen eighty-five they reformulated coke to be sweeter and put it out as new coq hip trendy with it and now including TV spots with the supposedly CGI. Max Headroom. You can hear more about in episode ninety six. Do not adjust your set. People hated new COQ. The heated the very idea of coping changed. There were letter writing campaigns thousands of calls a day and people. Hoarding original coke. Were boycotting the brand altogether independent bottlers even sued Coca Cola for lost revenue. It was all over the news all the late night talk shows. You couldn't buy that much publicity for. Could you? People began to speculate that. Coca-cola had launched new coq knowing that people would hate it that it would make people want to buy original coke and that everyone would be talking about it. They created it to fail. This isn't as far fetched a notion as you might think a decade or so later when Pepsi Launched Crystal Pepsi. Can you hear that Van Hagar Song Coke Launch? Crystal Tab? Tab was the first Diet Soda and even though Crystal Pepsi wasn't Diet People inflated the two and Crystal Pepsi went out faster than Jenkins and plastic choker necklaces as for the new coq debacle being a deliberate marketing ploy then company president. Donald Cove said some. Cynics will say that we planned the whole thing. The truth is we're not that dumb and we're not that Smart
Some early thoughts on Texas A&M's next season
"Talking Data Merton Berg Espn Senior Senior College football writer. Let's expand this a little bit on the SEC. Next year a lot of thoughts on on on the West. Lsu Shoe Obviously Alabama probably not going too far Who else do you see? Maybe making a run or do you see anyone making a run at least for the West I I again I think that you take 'em pay Jimbo Fisher. Seventy five million dollars guaranteed to do better than this. Now you've got two years To to get settled battled to to figure out the direction of the program. Now it's time to start competing they're gonNA have experienced. I think on both sides of the ball. They have some spots to fill defensively. I know you lost a couple of receivers to the NFL draft. But if it's not gonNA happen in your three. I think some doubts GonNa be setting in in college station that we we paid this guy all all this money to compete with the likes of certainly Alabama but also now LSU in Auburn when is when are we gonNA get a return on that investment. So I think there's GonNa be a lot of pressure sure on taxes and this is again a team that I think could make some noise on that side and then in the east. You're probably Georgia's Florida again and Georgia's fascinating fascinating because they have to close that gap offensively much like Lsu. DID UNDER JOE Brady and Steve Engineer George GotTa do that now under todd monk and their new offense
Burrow, No. 1 LSU dominate Texas A&M, 50-7
"Hello she was heading into the SEC championship game unbeaten at twelve now after demolishing Texas a and M. fifty to seven the Tigers could set their sights on next week shut down with Georgia by halftime when they went to a thirty one nothing lead as Joe burrow through two more touchdown passes the LSU defense in turn help the Aggies to a total of forty yards of offense in math your margins go to Burroughs total three scoring passes four hundred ninety seven yards and receptions Heisman favorite burn I was going forty four TD passes time the alternate C. C. record Jimbo Fisher's Aggies fell to seven five I'm Tom Merriam
Is the GOP more united than ever because of the impeachment probe?
"This irregular channel of diplomacy. It's not as outlandish as it could be. Is that correct. It's not as outlander says it could be. I might be irregular but it certainly not outlandish. There's a phrase that pays. That was one argument. The Republican Council tried to make in that effort to defend the president from impeachment. You can judge its effectiveness for yourself with US tonight to talk about all things. Political veteran journalist Jason Johnson politics editor at the root and Rick Wilson Republican what can strategist soon to be following up on his first book. Everything trump touches dies with his new work running against the devil due out in early. Twenty Twenty Gentlemen. Welcome to you both Rick. The president said tonight Republicans have never been more united. Is that what you saw watching the hearing yesterday. Look I think what I saw watching here. Yesterday was Republicans who were in a state of of edgy panic and they were trying to talk faster and louder in hopes of trying to pass the fact that those two witnesses stood on the sat there and laid out a timeline a calendar additional facts additional witnesses. This is this was not a good day for those folks and no matter how many times Jimbo baggins gets up there and dances around like a crazy little leprechaun. It's not gonNA shake the the fact that the facts are against Donald Trump and the and the timeline is donald trump at the witnesses against donald trump. And this that was day one. They had a bad day on day want. I don't think it's going to get much better as we go forward. Jason the Democrats we with day one in the books we have learned. They can schedule witnesses and conduct question tonight. Yes when will you have confirmation that they evan deed found the right messaging that with all we have lived through with muller color. Four hundred plus pages. This is the story to tell this story. People can understand because at the heart of it is a phone. So this is we're gonNA find over the next couple of days if Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff are joe torry if they're good managers if they can set up the lineup properly with the witnesses and I think they did a good job. Look this first day you had two people who as you said. They set the time line. They were very clear. They weren't fuss flustered. They didn't allow Jim Jordan or anybody else to ask them any sort of strange questions that got them off the line And I think the Republicans they weren't unified didn't seem to have a coherent strategy other than do you follow all the conspiracy theories that we know about on read it so I think the Democrats effective very very good job. This is GonNa be a knockout punch situation. That's not what's going to happen. What they need to do is not screw up? Lay out the story because the American public already seems to be in favor of impeachment. They just don't WanNa blow that sort of enthusiasm but let me follow up on that. Do you think this hearsay line of argument is catching on and do you think it has has a time limit on. I don't think here's a works because you've got too many people talking about the same story right. It doesn't look everybody out there who's watching this. The people who are at home my grandmother grandparents everything else like that. They've watch law and order they different sweet hearsay in seems like a credible witness and these people come across as credible until someone blows up until someone someone has that Sam Watterson moment where they get angry on the stage. Everyone watching this right now is when they say well. These people seem credible. We've been hearing about the story. And so far. The Republicans haven't given there's an alternative story to think that this impeachment doesn't make sense and that's really the weakness I saw on Tuesday. Rick I have something for you. This is Nikki Haley tonight on CNN on the topic. Uh of Rudy Giuliani. Was it appropriate based on everything you experience in the world of diplomacy for Rudy Giuliani. The president's personal crystal lawyer someone who had no security clearances to be engaged in what's being described as the shadow diplomacy. I had during my time at the United. The nation's I never saw rudy engaged in that way it is best practice if you have a special envoy to handle certain areas and we do that all the time yeah I think they should've named him the special envoy so that everyone within the administration knew what his role was so instead of former mayor. Of New York's special l'envoi envoy Rudy. Giuliani Rick is that the rosiest possible. Reading of the situation Rudy is in question to what is going on. Do you think was Nikki Haley. I think Nikki's missing one of those profound rules in life. The rats are supposed to jump off of the sinking ship rather than on the a sinking ship. And so tonight. She gambled more credibility away by essentially essentially putting your arms around Rudy Giuliani. A guy who is already being dragged out behind the barn. Because they're done with him. The trump people are trying to cut in loose. The Republicans in Congress are going to try to blame this whole thing. Hang on Rudy when it comes down to it. That's their last-ditch scenario and so now she's basically praising Rudy at a moment where his stock has fallen so far with trump personally with with the trump world that it's only a matter of time before he was just a coffee boy volunteer. We barely knew him rudy. Who Jason Ivanovich tomorrow? Tomorrow give us a bit of a preview. We tried to point out the top of the broadcast. We recall ambassadors all the time. Rarely do they say they feel threatened in their personal lives. Rarely does one of the locals say to them. Watch your back when when she's saying I felt threatened. I don't even know why the president was talking about. I mean this is going to be the emotional punch. Got The story I. Now we're hearing people felt threatened. People feel concerned people in the country in the Ukraine. Were like we don't even know what's going on. What's it's dangerous here? And this is where Raju Liani and all these other individuals come into play. It doesn't matter if he was named special envoy. You don't put your ankle breaker on staff right soon. Everyone knew that trump had a lot of people operating in these sort of irregular channels and she speaks to how those irregular channels made regular long-term service. People feel uncomfortable. No and that's going to be the story that Americans take with them over the
Florida State fires Taggart after less than 2 years
"State you heard the concern for Willie Taggart and it was warranted he was fired by F. issue on Sunday he had been hired for Morgan prior to last season replace Jimbo Fisher tiger went nine and twelve during his tenure at Florida state the schools saying it had to it had quote no choice but to make a change all right marks label reporting the school raised about twenty million in private donations to buy out Taggart's
California Changes the Game in the NCAA After Signing the Fair Pay to Play Act
"You probably heard of the California law which will allow athletes to be paid for commercial deals okay it is not going to affect the two thousand twenty. three. it gives the NCAA between now and two thousand twenty three the radically change the way sports or and he had to in this country as far as college sports or it will mean the end of college was as we know it because there is no way the NCAA can legislate what they just allowed now it has to do with the colleges grease and the and the sports greed anyway because they should not have been able to use like this is the flyers in games and not and not get paid is wrong but. in college student okay paying college athletes will not work. it is a system that cannot work it does not end corruption it adds to it. ends once you do that then the players have to be unionized. there will be more bidding not less bidding for players and. all the things that govern any industry. work conditions unions. every different part of the government regulations every bar of it will have to be. part of the deal and there will be no way. that the institutions. will want to have these guys be in a position where they don't have to go to school. and they are. really just employees of university. so the universe he really is got a bunch of hired really a bunch of employees. out there representing him on the weekend. so the greatest fear it has been recently let's be honest this system has been. destroyed years is it wasn't built. it wasn't started for billion dollar TV contracts. you have a sport that does not pay the players on the field and the sport produces billions in revenue billions thank whether. which is why if you notice. the new manager of the Mets manager makes eight hundred the seventy five thousand dollars he's the manager of the New York Mets. the head coach at Alabama makes eleven million plus bonuses. eleven million. that he was a lot so let's not count him let's count hobble who's never won anything in Michigan who makes nine million. Jimbo Fisher the deal he got. okay well down the list the average you got guys in college who you've never heard of I can give you college coaches names that you've never heard of who are making for five million dollars here. and the reason why I won't because the sport is now put the big ten network him much money the big ten who's. and they don't pay their players. so. the day would always come it had to come. they will have to be the essay will either it will have to come up with a system that can control or it will die and it will come up with a system but I don't know if it'll come up one that can work. it will try to come up with one and it's in an agreed because it is going to try for survival because it knows by twenty twenty three it's done. if this floor is an act of the NC as you lower is over. because Hey. if the kids allowed to make an appearance. in his uniform. money. wow you can legislate how much money is allowed to get. you gonna say all he can do it but only for this much money. yeah sure. why. who's gonna decide now so now we're into amounts now in the the legality of him being paid were into the legality of the amounts you can leave it. not gonna work.
Mueller: DOJ policy says we can't charge a president
"We are looking at the words of this past day by Robert Mueller the special prosecutor in the Russia probe. And he has, of course, in those comments made clear that in his view he could not charge the president because of department of Justice regulations that prevent a sitting president for being indicted, therefore, Muller, said those actions were not pursued the opinion says that the constitution requires a process other than the criminal Justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing. N beyond department policy. We were guided by principles of fairness. It would be unfair to potentially. It would be unfair to potentially accuse somebody of crime, when there can be no court resolution of the actual charge. And of course, that is being read as a sign that Muller is saying, I can't take action, but congress certainly can, and therefore, the obvious inference that they should let's talk some more about this tonight with your calls at one eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five five four six two six and with breads Samuels reporter for the hill dot com, the definitive voice of what takes place on Capitol Hill of the nation's capital. Brett good evening. Good to have you aboard. Thanks for me on Jim. Absolutely. I it certainly does sound very much as though Muller is saying that congress should he didn't use those exact words. But it's it was thing to, to note that he would on to say that this was it that he should. His report and he held this public statement this past that's it. He says that he does not wish to testify on, on Capitol Hill. I'm wondering which. People are telling you that there will be subpoena issued for Muller, and that he will be told to show up or else. Yeah. You know, that's something that Democrats and specifically a couple of the committee chairman, Jerry, Nadler, and Adam Schiff in particular, you know, they'll have to kinda way moving forward. You know, whether it's worth it to subpoena, rather Muller, whether it's worth it. Eventually get into, you know, some kind of extended legal battle over that at the special counsel, really adamant that he doesn't wanna show up, but they also have to consider, you know, rather more said today that the report is his testimony, essentially, so he's made it pretty clear that even if he were to be called in front of lawmakers. I think he would be pretty careful to kind of stick to what is in his report. What's already out there publicly? So, you know, Democrats have to really way before they would go as far as the peanut, you know how much they would benefit or how much they would gain from from doing that with a special counsel. There is such an outcry among some Democrats on Capitol Hill for impeachment that you have to wonder if this should be taken this, the, the stated reluctance of speaker Pelosi to proceed. Of course. She's the speaker speakers have considerable power, you have to wonder if in fact, this goes beyond the issue of impeachment itself and goes to the issue of. The extent to which the speaker is in control of the democratic caucus. Do you foresee in the next year and a half or so a challenge to speaker Pelosi and her leadership position? I wouldn't go that far, you know, based on what we've seen two point, I think, to the other point, you know, the opposite point this is actually she seems commanded a lot of respect from even some of those who are skeptical Milton comes to mind, people who have praised are essentially for kind of job, she's done in sort of keeping the troops in order, you know, balancing, those who are really clamoring for impeachment, along with those who are gonna adamant that, that's not the route to go down some both kind of the Safar farther, left wing of the party, and the more centrist wing of the party DC's dose, far, you know, kept everyone relatively happy and in, in line. So, you know, we'll see if that changes, I guess, but so far, she seems to really say you what eight six six five O, JIMBO our number one eight six six five, oh, five four six two six the next year and a half proceed. It's going to be very interesting to see the extent. Which in fact, Democrats, either on Capitol Hill, or in the General Electric are dominated by their left wing, or by those who are more in the center of the, the party's thinking. Here's a call from Andy in Butler, Pennsylvania. You're on the Jim Bohannon show with Brett Samuels of the hill dot com. Hello, andy. Hello, Mr. Bohannon. How are you tonight? Thank you. I'll try thank you. I'll try to be quick. First of all, Mr. Molly said he didn't believe he could bring charges against the Justice Department's policy but not only did not bring charges. He didn't even recommend charges. Okay. And I get the feeling was somewhere along the idea was, it's not positition to bring charges against the setting president. And as far as I know that's not justices call to make supreme court call to make if you felt there should have been charges I think he should have bought them. Let the supreme court decide if it can go forward or not, that's their job. But moreover, we waited two years for this, and we got pulled by the Democrats whole time, we gotta wait for the mall report the mall report and the mall report come out what Mr. Muller said was high congress. This is your job to do funny. Democrats didn't know it was their job to do it. Two years ago, it took them two years to figure out what their job was. Anyway, it points that, that you do bring up Andy. I must say that other than than what has been department of Justice policy. I think that the Andy has a point bread Samuels in that the issue of what is or is not constitutional is up to the supreme court. It may be a view of the Justice department. The constitution requires a process other than criminal Justice to formally accuse sitting president of wrongdoing. But again, clearly if Mr. Ballard have felt distressingly enough about it. He could have since he obviously is not there at the Justice department for his career. That is to say did his job as special counsel and he's gone. Now, he just say policy be damned proceeded and let the supreme court sorted out that would have been an option. I would think yeah. I think we've seen some arguments made from people who. Have liked to seen him bring charges, you know, essentially point out that issue hasn't really been decided by the courts, you know, there hasn't been a case that has gone to the top over whether a sitting president can actually be charged. So I think there are some people who think, you know, these point that he should, you know, if he felt that the president, we're guilty in this matter. He should've brought charges and allowed that to play out in the courts from there. But then some people would have liked to see and do that. But obviously, he, he chose centrally follow the DOJ guideline. And that is his reasoning. One eight six six five O JIMBO, we have Vanessa who calls in from Vernon Connecticut. Hello vanessa. Hi, I'm worried about this situation. I remember when Obama classified the elections as critical infrastructure putting them under the potential control of the and control. I mean, it wasn't as though they were going to determine who won. I mean we. Let me explain. Could I finish? My statement. Yes, what happened is today, fuller is chess player, the noblest play chess. And this is another in which they cleared that our elections are under the attack by countries and the government will take them over the last election was conducted by the military Joseph Francis done for chairman of the joint. I have no idea. What you're talking about in terms of elections conducted by the military, but for Pete's sakes. Come on. That's not even worthy of comment. The elections in this country are not being run by the military or anything else, and the notion that our elections are critical infrastructure. They are and should there be additional protections to safeguard them. Yes, there certainly should be that doesn't mean anybody's being put in charge of anything in some kind of, of vast conspiracy.
Casual vs. permanent part-time: Discussing The Part-Time Penalty
"Cardiff. Martha JIMBO is the economic research director of the indeed hiring lab, we've had her on the show a bunch of times, she's kind of like, the indicators labor market guru or sense, a labor market that's been. Golly. I don't know. Stacey I have called Martha and her team all the names, the indeed hiring lab has been referenced on the show as the vendors of labor market data. And yet you have not yet seen L E vendors totally fallen down in my duty to keep up. There are a lot of vendor movies drives his defense. And I mean, honestly, I haven't seen the new vendors movie either. But it turns out there is kind of a connection between the avengers and the analysis of the labor market that Martha has just completed it has to do with the nature of part-time work. Oh movie idea the avengers go part time. I wonder how Disney would field aren't a lot of the avengers part time as it is. I mean, Tony stark like he like an man he's like part time running a giant not national corporation part. Being a playboy part time saving. Planet earth fulltime making Disney a ton of money time making money. Yeah. I mean in a certain way like the superheroes. Noah lot about parts. True. Just as it is. But it could be an sequel idea studios. Call me, but part time arc, you know. It is a big deal in the US, especially given how many people in the past decade had to take part time work, even though they wanted a fulltime job. Also because of how part time jobs are compensated and the distribution of people who end up getting part time jobs so today on the indicator from planet money, Martha is going to guide Stacey meet through some of the economics of part time work that is coming up right after the break. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Jimmy, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin and other crypto currencies to your portfolio, protecting your investments with insurance oversight and cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from American Express you want to build your business. They can help build your business with financing solutions for eligible business customers the powerful backing of American Express don't do business without it. Terms apply. Visit American Express dot com slash business. Martha gamble along with her colleague, Nick bunker, just finished an analysis of part time work in the US. So workers are considered part time when they work you're than thirty five hours a week and Martha's it's really important to understand the nature of part time work because quite a few people work part time, including a lot of people who would really rather be working fulltime as a share of all the people in the economy. Who work or who want to work? The number of part time workers who would rather have fulltime jobs skyrocketed during the recession of ten years ago because not in a fulltime jobs available to them and that number has been coming down in the recovery. It's taken a very long time to come down. It's neared its pre recession lows, but it's not near where it was in the early two thousands. In fact, if that number did fall to where it was in the early two thousands almost another one million people would have fulltime jobs, and those are just the people who are working part time who are officially looking for fulltime work, some people actively choose, of course, to work part time, Martha's that is not always a straightforward choice to choice to work part time, a lot of people choose part-time work out of necessity, for example, if they have a lot of personal obligations raising kids, and they need the flexibility of a part time job others, of course, might just want a better work life balance wanna work fewer hours, but taking a part time job. She find. Often comes at an even bigger cost. Then a lot of people realize, but one thing that crops up is that we often pay part time workers less per hour than a full-time worker will make so it's not just that they're making less because they're working few hours per week. We would all expect that, but they also get paid less for each one of those hours that they work winning occupation pays less money per hour to it's part time workers than to its fulltime workers that is known as the part time penalty. It's not an official term the part time penalty just refers to the difference that tends to occur between what an hour fulltime work pays. And wouldn't our part time work pays and what Martha has done is to look at the different occupations throughout the economy to see which ones have the biggest part time penalty, and then to try and understand why like what those jobs have in common documentation with the single biggest part time penalty is web developer wages for part time. Web developers are forty nine point five percent less than wages for fulltime web developers and that is our planet money indicator. Part time web developers. Make only about half as much per hour as fulltime web developers and web developer is in outlier, but it isn't actually much of an outlier so Martin Nick found at least ten occupations with part time penalties of more than thirty percent. And if you look at those occupations, you will see that they have a few things in common. So a lot of those jobs are in sales. It's also jobs that in general, it's going to be harder to divide up hours. So for instance, if you are working in sales, you have a relationship with a client. It may hurt you if you can't put in the full-time hours to build that relationship, Martha's, the occupation. That have the biggest penalties for working part time are the ones that require workers to always be switched on to be valuable jobs where it's hard to trade shift with another worker, for example, sales people and also jobs like lawyer and banker where workers have a relationship with their clients. They can't just swap their hours with someone else and expect their clients not to notice these jobs, usually don't offer much, lex ability. So those are jobs that have a part time penalty. But there are also some ocupation that actually pay slightly more to people who work part time. Mar the found that the occupation that pays the highest premium for part time workers is known as miscellaneous personal appearance workers. It's kinda how it sounds people who help you care for your personal appearance. For example. This includes people who work in nail salons and part time workers make seven point four percent more per hour in this nation than fulltime workers, that's the highest wage premium. She found for part time workers and Martha's jobs that pay a part time premium tend to be jobs where it is easy for workers to change shifts with each other, in example of this is the healthcare field where nurses and doctors will often work as part of a group in caring for patients. So if one shift ends another one will pick up the next shift, and generally, there's no downside either for the nurses or the patients and registered nurse, by the way is one of the jobs that pays a part time premium or you can also think of waiters and waitresses that also have relatively Lopez. Realty waiters and waitresses tend to work in a team. They work with the busboy or with the receptionist. We've all had the experience where our server has come up to us halfway through the meal and gone, my shift is ending now. But here's the new person who's going to be handling your table, plus Martha's jobs, the pay their part time workers on par with their fulltime workers also tend to be jobs that you can finish in one set bundle of time that you can schedule for example, hairdressers they do not get penalized for working part time hours because you know, your hair dresser might cut your hair once a month or once every few months, but that hairdresser does not have to be in the salon all the time. So jobs, a penalized part time workers tend to be more rigid and less flexible, whereas jobs that don't penalize part time workers do offer some flexibility Martin says that this fact has at least one big societal implication, it raises the gender wage gap. And the reason is that women and mothers in particular are more likely to choose part-time jobs that don't have a big part time penalty. That's because those jobs tend to offer more flexibility. It makes sense that they would choose these jobs, but those jobs tend to be occupations that also pay lower overall incomes to their workers, so women and mothers end up making less money in their careers, and for that to change either men would also have to increasingly choose those flexible occupations, or the rigid inflexible occupations would have to become less rigid and inflexible so that women and mothers could join them perhaps by embracing more of a team approach at work. Actually, you know, what the events are great example of team based approach where sometimes they trade off. We can all learn from the adventures, right? Like if Tony stark goes down the hall can pick up the slack for a little while. Right. And then Thornton step in scarlet widows doing her thing. Like, we should all be learning from the vendors next time, I'm out sick. Maybe Thornton Stephan.
LSU hires new athletic director Woodward away from Texas A&M
"Text from the eight one two what's to keep the new AD from firing. Wade. We'll technically nothing, but the boosters and Boorda regions are there. And that's is what's gonna keep Scott Woodward who is reportedly going to be the next athletic director. And replace Joe Leyva that according to the advocate sources told them that Woodward will be the next athletic director at LSU. Of course, very familiar to everybody in Baton Rouge. She's currently the Texas athletic director that would JIMBO Fisher there and Woodward graduated from LSU Baton Rouge native. Makes sense. For a while. I think it's got what was thought got Woodward was eventually going to be on his way to Baton Rouge and LSU didn't take long today. Only relative few hours after the Joe Aleve news. We hear Scott Woodward was on his
Jimbo Fisher Coaching Record
"Kevin someone to me just sold out that program for one player in that you, you know, better than I do that doesn't ever work no sedan. Not does not. And I think that I think coach Fisher was called it. The same problem at say totally agree with you on that of the quarterback there. He I I like, JIMBO Fisher. But I never understood that because Florida state was bigger than James Winston. It was much bigger. You know? It's not it's not about the person. It's about the institution. And about school. You know, you got to have you've got to put that for a you're going to be in serious problem. I
"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Searcher? Okay. Well, let's get to Monday night. I read your predicting Alabama in a narrow victory. Some your colleagues are a little bit of dissension is what what is your take on talking to people is that the favourite is Alabama is that we're most people are. Yeah. It's the same six point five to seven point spread that they had the last time we played in the championship game. A ten degree think the thing to watch. Most is what happened in Oklahoma? How Simpson kind of weather this big I punch that Alabama rose in the first quarter. I mean that game was over with thirteen one left and second and how how do they adjust to that without extra Lawrence? I if I was selling this game though to the common fan, I would just say to and Trevor Lawrence or to future first round picks. I think they'll be back in this championship setting highs rates next year. I think they'll be first-round NFL picks. And I think the two of them are gonna put on the show against some pretty good defenses on Monday night. Now Bama will probably have the advantage in the end. Bill before you go. I do wanna get your take on on the overall bowl situation. Certainly a lot of debate. We talked about the Georgia situation the players not going anywhere with all the bowl games gone. But the championship. What's your final verdict on on the bowl system in college football, some people like to complain about it for the sake of complaining, but there's diehard like knew that will sit up when my wife goes to bed and watch the chief that bowl because I wanna see how it end, you know, some of us will watch thirty nine I think one thing that would help would be to cut the number down to twenty five twenty five to twenty get rid of six and sixteen. That's always a big complaint. Make players wanna play in these games. But you know, the tipping point will be when a player ops to sit out of a playoff game. I don't area where that would happen. But I wouldn't overrule it because you saw a couple of players this season pull out in the middle of the regular season when they were injured. Yeah. No about the way. If you expand the play out there. I think there should be a better chance of that happening than the way. We currently have it. We will see you out there. Bill. Always appreciate you coming on. Hey, I can't wait Paul. Thanks so much Fred mill and thank you bender from the sporting news, by the way, he picks Ella Bama to win by three under the number. In case, you're keeping track of such things. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Jimbo Fisher just finishing off on New Year's Eve is first season at AM brought to you by a Holiday Inn express the radius coach thanks so much for making time..
"jimbo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"So yeah. But to your point. Yeah. The Pac twelve that's part of the issue with that conference as well. They're trying to, you know, increase their visibility in some of that time zone related, but at the end of the day, you got to perform in the big games. Searcher? Okay. Well, let's get to Monday night. I read your predicting Alabama in a narrow victory. Some your colleagues are a little bit of dissension is what what is your take on talking to people is that the favourite is Alabama is that we're most people are. Yeah. It's the same six point five to seven point spread that they had the last time we played in the championship game. A ten degree think the thing to watch. Most is what happened in Oklahoma? How Simpson kind of weather this big I punch that Alabama rose in the first quarter. I mean that game was over with thirteen one left and second and how how do they adjust to that without extra Lawrence? I if I was selling this game though to the common fan, I would just say to and Trevor Lawrence or to future first round picks. I think they'll be back in this championship setting highs rates next year. I think they'll be first-round NFL picks. And I think the two of them are gonna put on the show against some pretty good defenses on Monday night. Now Bama will probably have the advantage in the end. Bill before you go. I do wanna get your take on on the overall bowl situation. Certainly a lot of debate. We talked about the Georgia situation the players not going anywhere with all the bowl games gone. But the championship. What's your final verdict on on the bowl system in college football, some people like to complain about it for the sake of complaining, but there's diehard like knew that will sit up when my wife goes to bed and watch the chief that bowl because I wanna see how it end, you know, some of us will watch thirty nine I think one thing that would help would be to cut the number down to twenty five twenty five to twenty get rid of six and sixteen. That's always a big complaint. Make players wanna play in these games. But you know, the tipping point will be when a player ops to sit out of a playoff game. I don't area where that would happen. But I wouldn't overrule it because you saw a couple of players this season pull out in the middle of the regular season when they were injured. Yeah. No about the way. If you expand the play out there. I think there should be a better chance of that happening than the way. We currently have it. We will see you out there. Bill. Always appreciate you coming on. Hey, I can't wait Paul. Thanks so much Fred mill and thank you bender from the sporting news, by the way, he picks Ella Bama to win by three under the number. In case, you're keeping track of such things. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Jimbo Fisher just finishing off on New Year's Eve is first season at AM brought to you by a Holiday Inn express the radius coach thanks so much for making time..
"jimbo" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"She couldn't cook. Import jim. She's coming JIMBO for JIMBO JIMBO, but we would have. We'd have clams four nights a week. Oh, my heaven. That's right. I'm fritters clam. Chowder clam. This clam that I will be jonesing for a hamburger or something. Something other than clams. Maybe three nights a week. And then we'd have like flounder, which by the way ways like my favorite fish in the world, real flounder. You can't really buy it out here. But I didn't like it so much when you have it know once or twice a week, right? Because when you're clamming my dad clammed. Yeah. The flounder which feed on the bottom this stirs a bottom up, you know, whatever they eat. We'll warms or whatever they get caught in the treasure the tongs. Yeah. So that's kind of a byproduct, and he would sell them at the we sold the clams, but always keep some for. But there's JIMBO was there ever concerned about bottom feeding fish consuming them because I had always been, you know, whispers about him feed air, you're going to get all the residual. No. I mean bottom eight worms or anything. That sounds like that now. No, no, concerns. I love outer too. I do too man that flounders outstanding. We could get it back on the mainland in the midwest. Yeah. It doesn't travel. Very well. I guess, you know, I never had it. It's kind of like a soul right with the flounder has the flat on the east coast in Long Island Sound in Connecticut had much more of a. More of a distinct flavor than the sole source a little bit more mild. Yeah. Yeah. Well, our part midwest. It was panned fishing. Yeah. Bad fishing. I loved it. Blue gills crappy. You get occasional pike pike wasn't a real good eating fish. And there was a good fishing fish. You get some little battles with those teeth to you got to be a little careful. What's going on brother? But probably the best was perch, perch. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Off of Lake Michigan ever had percha. Very nice. Yeah. Good fish. But out here. Forget about it. You just give me the he..
"jimbo" Discussed on KOIL
"Jimbo baby pick up the phone and talk to me oh fleeing i've been honed in on now hey jimbo navy and put me on your tux showdon jimbo baby i keep you on my bed saturday night nassar he all right there on the dial jimbo baby me on utah showed sydney and shannon with me on happenings politics said khan of maine i'd have so much too field just give me one chance jimbo baby missing me you'll see it's how the show wanna be jimbo bay the neon utah showdon paul jimbo pudi i'd give you show up on them and then the tatton and one a baen it will be too much in the old navy blaming me on your timeshare now jimbo hani we changed the name of this show too privileges to you two michelle and jim to jimbo baby and buttering me on your utah showdown tu wien wayne liam neeson the airways and forward gag wing could be in the top eu see jesse courageous in kathie lee jim bo baby another thing we need to see talked a contract with more digits been that jimbo baby and putting neon utah showed and now nia near tyre showdon nia in your task show i there's an idea so we'll do that we'll put you on our talk show tonight.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Are we going to look at somebody who is overzealous in how they tackle how they hit somebody you know you could have held up on the quarterback as he's getting ready to throw the ball when you hit him in the blindside i i i'm just trying to figure out what the degrees of tackling punishing hitting hurting yes fruits and if you keep thinking about letting up you yourself might get hurt you know with what's going on a particular plan you dan patrick show brought to you by true car you can find out what other people in your area paying for the same car looking foreign on average save over three thousand dollars off msrp whether looking for new or use carb is a true corn enjoy more competent car buying experience of phone calls eight seven seven three d pizza we we were touching on this topic yesterday we didn't know of the suspensions we're going to be upheld i assume they were going to be and they were but people had strong opinions about this yesterday steph curry by the way introduce ankle and if you're golden state warriors fan you know the the way back machine and steph of course had some ankle issues always going to be out for two weeks it looks like willie taggart thanks for the memories leaving oregon for florida state i'm sure it's his dream job after one year at oregon i mentioned jimbo fischer will join us coming up as well big levin what kind of poll questioned you have force okay you have to choose one is the nfl being too lenient or too harsh just in general i know it's a heart question and every case is different but that's kinda kinda the the problem with the nfl every case is different but they have to have a uniform policy i want him to be consistent that's all and i don't think in this situation you're consistent the the crime in the punishment in i'm not even factoring in was somebody let let's say antonio brown is out for the next month just george i local get more than one game yeah but if you gave him two games that hit is very very common you'd be suspending de bs.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"If you look at what jimbo fischer did at florida state outside of the stretch of tile between 2012 in 2014 i think is too easy for people to say we jimbo's record was with jaamus and then put everything else together they won the acc and they won the orange bowl the year before jana started in that was would each emanuela a quarterback and i don't know who rosy need emanuela quarterback but he will know james was um they want to light at that point but they still found we lose they came dnc state and to afford a team that had no offense but as neither here nor there jebel stretch at florida state has been that run in the middle now if he managed to pull one of those runs together a texas ainum he can quit after that by they'll be happy to have their right you don't believe me you know the reason why they love johnny mans also much digs item because they've been waiting their whole lives for something like that ever twenty john david growing johnny manziel they were to sit around waiting their whole lives with that sort of thing nab they were to have jim could get one of those runs there'll be thrilled with it but the demand here's a national championship and i can't blame anybody around our program if they demand a national championship outta jimbo fisher after all the money they pay in the only problem is heaven on a national championships as nineteen thirty nine and nothing really has changed this is a my florida which had never won the sec before steve spurrier lot things happen in the state of floyd semipolite florida state where a lot of things happen applaud estate like they were all women's college until the 40s and then they high bobby bound but like miami all those 42 schools there was a population boom that took place at the time of florida and on top of that is the thing called integration through the big deal catates landscape a whole lot of things the only thing that's really change protects aims that they went to the sec.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Somebody's house to see what kind of stuff they do it and we all nudity jimbo was added air where people saw his christmas tree onto occurred to see that yeah is chris dreams are the cardi due to christmas tree out presumably because they were leaving at my question about that is damp why jal even bought a christmas tree nickel bahamian who used by be abided here why jelly the waste style by the christian if i use going to do without i bad boy out anyway jimbo visu 10year contract 10year contract that i will multilevel to people in the cheap seats 10year contract average salary seven and a half million dollars in bo ethics as they know so we now have to jobs in america that require you to win a national championship as the head coach one of them is alabama we realise is about alabama right that they're basically to guide the coaches at alabama head coaches who won national championships there and head coaches who were fired very quickly or you have dennis reggiani who looked around was like man bump this and then he went ironically texts they now narrowly ironically but sa you buzen word ironically anyway uh the other person has won an esa jb ship now like it's fast is jimbo fisher like it's all new you got to do this aid away pagnozzo and a half million dollars the trial heart antibody pain oh seven million dollars to give the gpa of antibody ban you know seven a half million dollars just to see what you can pull off down there somebody thoughts at a president of texas and him yesterday and asked him what his expectation were was what he wanted from head coach and he said deadpan just when a national championship guys you know the last objects they now want to national championship nineteen thirty nine that would be the last time they want a national championship nine teen thirty nine and now the expectation is that you go way one looks ever have million dollars that's the only way into by giving you that kind of bread is if you are expected to come in here and win a national championship at a place where warned they have a one the conference since nineteen ninety eight they have not won a division since 2010 and to be honest with you i completely forgot that they won the division.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Hello the internet it's jack o'brien the founder and former editor in chief of crack our common the host of the new comedic news podcast the daily zeitgeist which as the name suggests is daily and sporadically in germ if you like cracked how stuff works podcasts them want to get your news from some of the smartest and funniest comedic and journalistic minds around well then this show is gonna make you all over the place sure we can good apple podcast to listen and subscribe the ryan richelle osho podcast that's right it is the first of the baht i lose track some time i had a look at my cold day i go that's right of december memory your kid like twenty five days van for agrout um um that's not what i'm doing now robert speaking to trees a monitoring christmas trees outside of head coaches houses jimbo fisher update that's how i started i think about ten minutes ago literally thirty seconds ago i put down my phone to monitor the latest story on the tennessee football saga which i could lead the show with i could lead every single hour with i will not do that i will get to it and ten minutes so ten minutes curry ad out what does this mean a political a military coup perhaps with filled former the pay back in this story is awesome this is a movie now i mean you know i hate that cliche of lovie abroad ali within a room believes grip okay will you know they also did a movie about transformer so i think um.
"jimbo" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Worried at all about the impacts have on recruiting just all this noise you always worry about security they go through those cycles all the time and notice it is still time for decisions to be made for them and and i can say if there was uncertainty you understand that do you get those questions all the time sometimes that happens you know we've situated like there's sometimes they i just wanna take one more visit to make sure those types of things that it's things that we live with an our world all the time that other people don't always live with and when there are things that we handle and deal with and at strategies to adhere to end when the time is right geno la daddy said you would stay in frustration feyenoord's data was talking about bad news bands who uh support in love the florida state foot all program ahead they are made out of plate there what are your data beds it as it does aid daddy daddy are i would be enough but uh yeah dodo say they are they data's like you get the fans first street should own the war look i don't think that there were worry about keeping to recruit and class together you're not talking to me about keeping a recruiting class together in november manning technically to seal november i am worried about that so many things change by the time you get to the other side of that when an no matter wind jimbo leave no matter how long stretches out somebody's going to decommit like a these guys the d committing now because they are worry they jimbo might be wavering then the second he said he was going to leave they go de commit any way like jimbo at this moment i know anybody any answers and by the way when i was a kid they used to talk about howdy is that you need to carry out through the end of the regular season and then you worry about that stuff later impact here's jimbo talking about that very point i emblem were butler kale 15hour today and and coaching this either for the best possible see the leak it could avenor loyalty.
"jimbo" Discussed on College Football Live
"That doesn't belong there look guys we all get the frustration right they got two winds to their name the role in three at home but should the frustration of the fans be directed at jimbo david well here's the thing whether the fans no the your own fans should cheer for your team but that's not life okay that's not how life works why does jimbo validate this person modest jimbo even taken opinion and allow this to be something that so big to be such a distraction to the point where you always tell your players greg blackout the noise blackout the noise don't listen to doubt or of don't listen to the hater don't listen to the fans do what you can do but all of a sudden this bothers you this gets underneath your skin to the point where you got to throw in sold set a fan or saint come down here when she no you can't come down there with security is is not going to happen so i just i don't see the point why jimbo has too stupid to that level dude let that new be let there be an idiot let him talk about his own team disgrace disparagingly let let him throw in soultion you just do you and do is to the best you can't i just don't understand why validates that person yeah the buck stops at the top dave i mean the reality is that jimbo fisher has to be somewhat accountable for the way his team has played and look are there are circumstances out of his control yes he lost his quarterback of potential all american a quarterback and de'andre francesoir and he's having to work with the true freshmen in the further proves that you can't win big games against quality competition if you don't have a quarterback for sure but i mean he is responsible for what the office of line does and the opposite blind has not improved under coach trick it over the last few years the defense as a little bit underachieved this year and understandably so they're carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders because their offense isn't very efficient on the other side of the football so i mean i think the the frustration clearly boiled over but jimbo fisher should be accountable perceptive things that happen.