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Whats Next for Deshaun Watson Investigations and Texans

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Whats Next for Deshaun Watson Investigations and Texans

"Sarah barshop. you're our houston. Texans beat writer. Thanks for coming back on. Espn daily thanks for having me back. So the texans won their game saturday. They beat the cowboys. Twenty two fourteen. We're going to talk more about how the teams looked in a football context and a bed but the most notable fact of the entire proceeding. Sarah is the fact that texans quarterback to shawn did not play was surprising to you at all now. It wasn't because right now. The texans are kind of acting for the most part that he's not really part of this team in terms of him being on a football field in playing in a game and david kelly. When he talks about the quarterbacks he's mostly talking about the other quarterbacks on the roster. I mean they really. Don't talk about shawn watson in football context so he didn't play in the first game against the packers he didn't play against the cowboys and i'd be surprised to see him in the preseason finale against the buccaneers david kelly. Of course the new head. Coach of the texans sarah and yes to shawn watson sat out against the packers. The texans had one that preseason game also for whatever that's worth twenty six to seven but watson and how the team talks about him and his absences. How would you characterize how they do that. It's very much avoiding the topic. And from the very beginning. David kelly if he heard john watson's name really kinda of deflected the question and would say not much has changed. Or there's nothing new with watson even if that wasn't really an applicable answer to the question nothing new on the sean nothing new today on and last week for the first time. He talked about watson more and elaborated on him. Johnson here Again every day. He's here to in works he does. He does what we asked him to do. And you know he's here today but it was never really in a way of okay. He's gonna play in these games.

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"But that's between nineteen ninety-one is when he began his first job as governor of santa fe and two thousand and twenty one. Well that's nearly twenty years and it's difficult in politics to be such a time in term in office. Obviously i'm having driven fed. Benny ankle stein. An enzyme ferrari informed on he would have been would have picked up quite a few political skills by then undoubtedly adobe. How significant was the death of calls out in saying that because not only a great spokesman spin but also a very significant unpopular politician. All i can say that. I miss a phone conversations on a personal level We live about three hundred miles apart. But in the last few years It had been very nice into changing ideas no on a frequent basis but when he had time but The neuro feeling is with still shocked. Here i mean. I know he had been a sick some ago. But we saw t he would get again so A bit a bit of a shocking moment and john he'll encapsulating collars as a man in as driver of be say you'll knowledge of him israeli from the early seventies to the We'll do you remember nice about him. Are they genuine. Sincere person gifted gracing proper who ultimately didn't achieve the accolades. All the success. That i feel is talent Desires but unfortunately i to say about many people need to succeed in the world of formula. One you've got to be ultra lead. Single-minded ruthless self focused whatever and may be relying on such a natural ability talent in itself. When you've got other people around you who are using those other tubes to their advantage was enough. I can think of other great rushing drivers that ought to be no world champion and didn't get there an sometimes in fact having a great natural ability and just the pendleton not rolling. That ability isn't sufficient and i suspect that carlos was maybe one of those drivers. I never saw him as being apolitical player. On judge lee with berkeley for working a variety. We will see. I don't think he an acted personally. Any of those games tricks would have taken place in the he was involved with guys. Thank you thank you very much for coming on Really appreciate that and john. Thanks you is being has been really great to have you on tony. Thank you very much as well..

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"White white gandhi continue and if you realize that at the end of that year the driver who was winter williams would kick rosebud won the championship. Will there was even more grief because one thought. Well that could have been a Championship planning to dundee cows. Could he won the championship in icy in williams. Well checking rose. One was in the final grocery the the principal challenger to win that brown pre and the finished second roseburg finished in fifth place. And i think that. I am not persuaded that williams rose the team that call us coast necessarily most comfortable in and maybe he would have a happier player in a european rather than british team. Maybe some light ferrari in remembrance eighty two ferrari other augury the best caused a year as a true drivers that won the championship. And i've known judge of carlos have been for our nine hundred eighty two he. He would have won the championship because he wouldn't have done the things of their own peru needed. And i again again. A massive I wanted to just fast forward. A couple of years. John the nearby greg in one thousand nine hundred four. That was a rice society. Saloon cars and atms senate was famously. Won that race against him. Hey we might. Regard is the establishment. You're in it as well bearing in mind. Call us at bay announced racing for a couple of years he qualified second behind amp rust and ahead of ad- said and in in the rice. Senoana nikki loud second Said when that must have been a really funny rights to take posit and say. I'm quite a good performance from him after a couple of years out of serious competition. I mean it was. It was a a race switch was a publicity event for the number green deduct buys for mercedes benz and they gathered the great and the goods and of course san hose the the interloper one might say amongst those send on there to win that race and he was hell bent. He did when he he just he defined curb hopping in a way. That i'd never seen it before and as regards the rest of us. Well we're gonna make break reputations. In fact i. We're taking large mistake. And of course they caused at abs breaks so didn't function. The way doesn't matter what. I did Carlos nikki unsensitive. The that was the top three again. Call your drive probably more on field than drive on your just shared technology because it was a production road car modified to track use on a spec michelen ta so the kind of feel that cargos were brought to a racing. Car would Inbounding extremely well. I'm possibly a back to He died in turn causing argentina. Hunt as as a lovely story that i've read It's about eight. Years of the colossus retirement and also significantly. After the falcons will and carlos men and president of argentina at the time in invited greek of celebrities on the fest sheduled flights between buenos aires. And heath right since since the will and The story is the cost once he landed at. Hey thri got capped paddington. A trained to did cut at any from. Did he find frank williams at the factory to say he was coming to pay them. A visit does does that tie. In with recollection of kaas. The man It doesn't particularly those in the way of the story. i suppose. Maybe that was the last stephen. Formula one drew four Remember this as a time in. Frank is still an active member of the team. They hadn't do the accident. Budget paralyzed didn't not ninety ninety. Six frank but a being I'm sure it was both in terms of what happened. Between the two nations and easy to is a different issue to what would have been the relationship between carlos nausea tinian on. Frank is a brit. I don't think there's any sense of animosity whatsoever Those are political national issues. And i don't even think the reason why cargoes decided to stop. I didn't have to do with what was going to take place under the I think the two things. As far as i'm aware of two separate what's what do you make of that tony and say by the time that nice little story that i mentioned call us was very much a politician by then. Wasn't he think it was about one thousand nine hundred ninety one. I think he was about forty nine years. Old biden president If he would like to into politics and allows said yes when he said yes the feeling For many of us it was like a breath of fresh air when he entered the political arena. Here i'd say that the three woods that start with each that you could apply here I wound was his honesty. Come was an example of honesty. Second one was his hands on approach when he was vying for the spirit of governorship of santa fe because He was the sort of person that when he was still. There was a problem in his province of santa fe. He wouldn't rely on what people told him he would there grab his his car and drive to the place and talk to the people and that something that not sure if the rest of the world but maybe it's not so typical in other parts of the world and a third word starting with h which made such a success in politics was he was such a hard work. I think that comes from his days as at his father's camp thumb You know he. He knew what a long days what was so he. He really put those three words at. I've just said really into into effect. And i think that what must have hoped him not was that the difficulties and the high pressure environment of eight years and two grand pres in formula one. That must've been very good training ground for him for the rough and tumble life of politics. So i'd say he was a very successful in popular politician done here. I mean he had to be two terms as governor orchestra of santa fe and then he had full terms as a senator. I mean that speaks a lot for the man shift. Doesn't it. Because i mean when you don't do the property.

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Say. He locked in this not fair. He did what he did win. The championship g became the world champion. But isaac the coach would have been in my mind the more rightful well champion but i going back over the history books and every individual race and analyzing bootlace I can't say the one. There was one event which is easter dogs and that season qualifying been call us. Put the williams pull position at monza. Bundlers knapp said you could save a lap of the gods. It was just a sensational up very fun to speed of what he did. Get the speed limit. Anybody who really understood but it was not kind of performance columnists have the capacity to deliver but whatever it went wrong in las vegas or whatever got into his heads in las vegas. I i don't know but certainly it looked to me as if he was driving in a rather negative way rather than the way that we knew he could do it was. It was second on the grid. Because the greenwich new. Had the own powell but royce mended assessing for one. And the next quickest car. Thirty five. Three johnson teammate as incredible around a circuit. Like that where there's not you wouldn't have thought there'd be many places where the driver could make much of a difference around. There's no if if you really option spot on if you've got your ties prepared correctly. I mean those again. Nothing i don't know sorry williams running good years or running in michela I think they may have been a good year so you had a very good qualified top than jones with about the same time it's just the maybe the Feel at the high speed circuit will alert on force configuration. Dave advantage maybe allen was a higher dawn for circuit you at a different aggressive silent driving. Maybe that would have given jones in advantage on that style of time. But whatever kratos did i mean. I know that in terms of his performance that was up major stand up performance empty e. mention qatari mitchell in. I'd say that was. That was something i wanted to touch on. Because because of the the politics in f one at a time. Goodyear pulled out and the it. One season then returned to the french. Grown prayer in the middle of the year with robin williams. And i think picked up lightest and terro during the second half of the season but it was not point where roy smith's performances seem to drop off especially relative to pay brabham so we'll see more of a in just from your impressions would have been a driver. He seated the mitchell in better than the goodyear at the time. He was renowned for being very precise and methodical. It is driving through an in a way which was certainly if you put it in and drove what a very attractive of beautiful driving style. He wasn't the chuck. Catch it kinda guy if you take someone like his teammate. Ferrari's you'll vilna. Lg did was ragged. The ferrari to death row colas would have been almost as announced behind the wheel painting a picture on the on the tarmac. And i think that all the way through his career that was the standard characteristic of high common strove. But how big beat on me for a. And i i assume that williams rubbish initially in the early part of that season then going. The difference between the two ties are still makes a radio. Flights and the good gyms across by on certain circuits. I think the mission had an advantage primarily because Radio apply tire high-speed does grew in the way of a gucci. Robust tie grows that the consequence of that is if you're retired particular is growing quite considerable. You can see it a then what it would do actually raise the ray rice heights of your car upwards which then in turn kuch nothing did but could cause certain amount of the force was being entrapped by the saudi scutts league away. And it's only a theory. I don't know whether there's any validity in but i just wonder had that in into do a confidence factor that maybe didn't enjoy holiday. The goodyear tire on a very high speed circuit would have performed an having said that binding lap bundle of fastest circuits in the world. The bumps he's one of the ultimate were Tiny what what was the. What was the failing intelligence cena. When las vegas grand prix happening icy one and it had a low cost odds on to win the championship. Most of the season and slipped through his fingers right at the end we were all very high up as you can imagine latin temperament old but I think we we never could quite make make out what what really happened. I mean he was very Not wanting to say you know too much about that. After after leaving las vegas that afternoon and when i think his team has expressed their point of view It all depends on on from what point of view you want to see it They was you know a tremendous feeding of deception. He because i think he he arrived at las vegas with with some points ahead of begin we sort of. I don't know if we gave it for granted but he had led the championship. I think most of that. Yeah until that. I think what what what influence salat was. He had a crest the chassis. He was meant to race in vegas. The on the friday saturday and from that moment it all seemed to fall apart but I'm not very much On the ball. What i do exactly what happened at that afternoon. It's it's very difficult to point out. I mean for an outside like most of us were in those days. What what exactly happened. And she was never outspoken about subjects. Akeem on slighter. Obviously a political problems were getting very serious in argentina. r- especially yeah especially against those. In britain koss had come. He'd been thinking of retiring at the end of eighty-one but then came back Am retired these difficult Diane someone call us. Permited could have lifted the mood of country How at how disappointing mosaic. When he finally hung up his helmet after the brazilian grow that year. Well if you if you think that off franco's retirement in nineteen fifty eight Unto carlos inception entry to formula one in nineteen seventy two fourteen years later was a long period What none none of us. None of the country's fans you know wanted wanted him to retire because will he had been so close to the challenge of beer before and it was always so so nice to have someone like him representing us down here so when he announces retirements Will the mood was was Everybody said well. If he's done the. I think it was supposed to race in one thousand nine hundred eighty.

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Was was just a shade soccer Psychology of it wasn't it and if you've told me before that nikki said words to the effect that he was gonna destroy carlos that say and as very much sets out today the good experience nikki teammates and do different occasions and he was upset that that's when he made his return to maranello that it was more or less made clear that call us. We're going to be the lead driver and nikki is a wall. Sadly tenacious and innovative a focus to say the least. And i knew there was a test on a bit maranello or something and carlos had gone out and set the car up on set a time. A nikki then got into the car and came back. Saddam look costs chip it. Do this do this through the quicker. course that he was right and dickey's and very quickly reestablish himself as the number one driver in the team all joining a contract that stipulates who was number one number two. But actually you don't really need a contract less. There's specific issues that need to be dealt with because the matter on which nikki was able to work and has worked through his racing career was very very effective and easy to be gun. Racetrack is a lot harder to be some away from the racetrack. That's he did. Good work was away from the racetrack craze at the facility in situations that enable him then to go out and win another championship seventy seven and then he walked away from ferrari for seventy. I joined you at brabham. And carlos ferrari was joined by the young. She'll vilna and it seems that That they don't have a teammate. With whom roy. Smith got on best during his career and it was said he's my successful year. Drive in terms of grand prix wins if not his championship. Position said only behind the license. Which as you've mentioned but with dominant. The other interesting thing was that. I wear by the mitchell in tires which only ran out used up to that point side at how. How important was that. The carlos ferrari mitchell thing. They sort of made them fairly unpredictable. That yet. But i think the reality is. That michigan came in with radial tires goodyear. That's under still run a bias or across by ta unwell guja mid really excellent race stars. I think that the michelin moved. The the technology game fullwood and in effect. What in my view it did. Certainly forget about random. Because the infancy of developing turbocharger. But what. I think that enabled ferraris due to to remain competitive. Let's have been gujar at in seventy eight season. I don't think they would have had the results that that they had by being a michelin. So i think the time. I was a a sort of fila to have virtually no ground effects because the ties almunia slowly and may seventy colors. One i can't remember any of the other events study so brands hatch stands odds so the michelin called us as the lead driver and a young unbelievably quick canadian of chomping at the spits. He also on the other isis. That game Long beach watkins glen. And but then ferrari with bringing johnny schachter infra seventy-nine carlos whence For preseason what is quite easy to forget is that after the fest. Six or seven grown praise at yeah he had the second highest number of points in that light and behind only jody scheckter but then didn't score again. An as you mentioned before the williams became the cartoon later in seventeen and join them for nineteen icy. but that was that was a praca. Mismatch wasn't it caught us roy. Some in and out in joins together as teammates adana. Why it should have been a mishmash but going into williams of that time without jones. They encumbent drivers walking into lion's done. I mean i look jones a very very good race driver. I mean ray started. I'll just driving a racing car. But he isn't himself a surly personality. Time is not as been noam to. He wants to win. An argument uses fists. So also if you take the position that i learned establish themselves within the williams team. Patrick had frank williams. They loved him. Loved that Personality character and colors came in the lots of occasions when call us would qualify or maybe vote race island but i do believe that was something on a contract which called us i think signed wherein he if he had a lead that was within twelve seconds or some time zone anyway that colors then defer to allen's and in the race and. I think that was a bone of contention for both drivers. But i suspect that the kind of home the color would have been most comfortable in would have been a less british bulldog style you cutting bird's-eye patrick heads running a campaign and frank was pretty in running his team as well. Maybe feel the police would have benefited from a little bit more passion or emotion or an all around the shoulders occasions but maybe he was not achieving what he thought he could achieve and he still had that fantastic eighty one season. Didn't he with the to to well. Championship wins one emory. I way he didn't i by the team. Orders am one soda which went from pole and not to mention the south african grand prix at the beginning of the year. Kyle army which one extremely well in tricky conditions. But it never counted for points because that was the fast rice. What was going to be bernie's breakaway series wasn't a turbulent times. G think decent caldas deserve to win that eighty-one championship ivan. Nelson paola. d. Do you think it was. I mean his throwing away. Well i think. I don't like to use the word deserve it. Assange as if you didn't succeed but you deserve in my opinion call us. Everything here should've could've done to win the world championship in nine. Eighty one botts. When we went to vegas. There was something that didn't seem to click in the race. And i remember in the race because i called overtook. I've never seen a driver looking in mirrors. As often as carlos was throwing he seemed to be looking with rather than looking forward now. Conversations with call us as france peter winter particular who has got chopped road versus. What he thinks was the reason why. Police didn't succeed in some issue about some kind of changes that were made between qualifying and the race and pedo gwanda budgets. As long as there's day is. I don't know the true story and tragically. Carlos can't tell us it either but in my view Were being the more rightful champion than nelson. Pk pk to say. He locked in this not fair. He did what he did win. The championship g became the world champion. But isaac the coach would have been in my mind the more rightful well champion but i going back over the history books and every individual race and analyzing bootlace.

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"By being the incumbent. The team certainly a nineteen seventy four was a holiday advantage. But by the time seventy five. Cameras gordon updates on the bbc forty four to forty four. Be that i would say both calluses knew that. Each reserve challenge to the other and in fact not share brazil. Girl and seventy five in abusing forty four b. can't be matched in seventy five calls. Royston finished third in the championship that year. And he's you mentioned the wind colors. I had in brazil. Roy roitman had one win as well on the neubergring life. it was much more consistent. Say's am but the the actual frontline pace seemed to drop allies slightly. Didn't it with the with the resurgence of louder and ferrari and then emma sits podium mclaren still being very strong ill you know it's difficult judge. I mean nikki was the dominant driver in ultra abeyance. Seventy five and seventy six. The absolute number greg end up took the championship away from and mclaren stepped up to the plate with james hunter. James did a great job in that second half of the year to take the championship away. Japan so i still believe that the problem was of equal of any of the cause out there in terms of overall performance. I tell you what i wish. I'd be easy. forty four. be in nineteen seventy five. Because i think. I have one racist because i think the college consistent and trick enough to and that's that's an interesting point at she because most also in the light let 'em decided to make the switch to the alpha my flat twelve engine the nine hundred seventy six which Which was a bit of a disaster brabham. Wasn't it in that. In that first season and part. I very much the hand on royds men who reports at the time suggested he was getting a little bit they might is it and then he Yeah he left brabham at the time when nikki loud got injured to add a psychopath viking consent ferrari which then became unavailable announced. Mighties return that. The switch out from motors was commercial. Reason bernie had paid more or less ole rowdy costs of running for three or four seasons on bringing in a manufacturer and remember that out for mayo had if not drove engine for surveys similar engine in most respects to the bay successful flat. Twelve ferrari engine and the feeling of formula one balls at this time that the days of the cause was dav. more or less uber. So bernie would have seen the aero-engines bang potentially fake polls step forward and if you go to manufacturer to under rice will then what's not to like But certainly i think coach religion in seventy six. You mentioned whether it was the motivational whatever and that was the point. For cuddles paci manage to embrace the team more than colors. Rosenman was doing. And i think that's where the popularity of potrayed grew in the team in nineteen seventy six season and I don't know whether he felt that There's no potent pursuing this team at engine package because it isn't going to be a success and the opportunity to go to for ati was opened up after nikki had his accident logs. Because ferrari felt that dickie never make the comeback or did would never be the man that he was probably the accident. So carlos was brought in to rowdy. But there's there's announcements of carlos. Which i think is interesting to consider the move from problem to ferrari was a move in which i would say. He was folding team. That was already a success. After periods at ferrari When was last season. Ferrari seventy eight so so in the seventy season all of some losers winning everything on call spanned ferrari to get the notice. Seventy eight seventy nine was a disappointing year because producer of a unusual concept of sightings scripts that have an s bend in the middle of which is not a very good way to make aside skirt work so he was that william at looks for a year or two years and then he looked around and sold at williams team to be too. He went through. Three teams are very short space of time. And i think that that's good for driver because each team has an individual culture and way of doing things and it's easy to slow in especially if incumbents like louder. Mario andretti and of course that tuffy from australia other jones is interesting when you talk about that because he it. It was a lot of team changing going on even by this time of the day. Was that the getting back. Said when he switched to ferrari and eventually it was cry made way for him and replaced carlos at some bravo lynn. You seventy-seven side. So what they did. The car was more competitive that year. It wasn't a in seventy seven bucks still didn't have the reliability. I think the problem was a that. In seventy seven. How does have the reliability was always an engine reliability other reasons as well. Geez you're running other fuel on the final not silverstone midway through the race. Another fuel problem. The car was a quick car. It was probably a quick than the ferrari of the day and the nearest competitor in reality evils was the mclaren of james sense. Losers were customers at seventy eight so that was getting better. Underscores the beginning of the introduction of ground defects which nobody had really cottoned onto in seventy seven and as a consequence the benefit of having a flat veg resent negations because you need a v shaped engine not a horizontally opposed engine to enable hard propaganda effect tunnels visitors to get the benefit of the downforce generated. So all of sudden the cosworth engine was given you lisa life because it was a perfect configuration and brabham and ferrari were rosenberg visits lateral legend in itself. A very fine piece of engine every thought not good enough to challenge in nineteen seventy eight colon. Tappin's loser seventy nine which wiped the board of the championship. And the other the other aspect. John seventy seven.

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"That was a very much an entirely argentina. Crude wasn't that yes. I think as the season advanced things. They found themselves more at home They had had to miss first the opening to Formula to rounded up. Nine hundred seventy at sexton because the cost learnt ready so the debuted i think was that and i'm on the precise data his twenty eighth birthday. What a coincidence where he had misunderstanding. With duck and rent i think at the end of that long return straight Returning to the stadiums sector which Rindt was dumped all subtract. And i think he had some pretty strong woods towards curls at the end of the race or after that first heat but I think the the the season from the frankly quite up which the things got better. And in nineteen seventy one What i think he was he was sick and behind. Ronnie peterson championship before that formula tastes as in nineteen seventy one he did. He did a couple of interesting things. Backup cyrus any. I'm announcing in a thousand kilometers in a post. Nine one seven with emerson fittipaldi and and he made his formula one diaby in what was then. The gnomes ship grand prix in the mclaren. M seven. save run by kerry bonnie and that was quite an old car by that stage was being right spot race mclaren in sixty. Don't set. He's in sixty nine and very good performance to finish said aggregate behind. Chris i in the match and only pescarolo in frank williams botch. I remember him saying that he absolutely loved that mclaren. He slipped addition. Wow from the cost with. Dav who has to fda gave him a feeling of safety or security when when negotiating the me fos corners in oh that extra pa sort of pumpkin To get out of a difficult positions but he he spoke very highly of that Car which rented from agreeable tremendously. Nco's by his place. I mean to see on the jim. Chris ayman won that race. It would be his like that. He won a grand prix without any world championship or he. He wondered leeson. Joe who if it was got all over sicker and was condos in to being better. And then he had. They returned to europe for the full season. John what do you remember if that because sam as tiny mentioned carlos finished second in the championship. Sorry consistent scoring with that ic- team but you did say that they were beginning to listen up a bet with their with their direction and be a little bit less rigid. I think that in the second year august say the team had gained a lot of experience. I run standing fundamentally a formula to which was not extremely competitive and your will manufacturers run was problem which is what carlos than i had and others and then you had. The march team with principally led by. Ronnie peterson in the factory march was factored. Ron hot injuries and ronnie was one consider to be the principal title challenger. The racing was just really really intense competitive. The worst thing of all was going through a slipstream circuit like hockenheim where we've run out any wings. The renew chicanes. You come into the stadium exit. The stadium is a flight blast role by the east curve. Another blast all the way back into the stadium and those were high speed slipstream racist which was the quick and the brave to be truthful but to go back to the comment of the question. I think that over the second season in nineteen seventy one. The team enabled carlson. Particular colors wrote summoned to display or illustrate his ability and skills and to move onwards and upwards within the world and family of formula to and and he ended up. Finishing runner-up to ronnie peterson in that championship and also and as they had with the temporary out in tina. Threes indices brazilian miniseries He was runner up in that one as well and beaten by msn visibility on wins countback. Ceo him it was very much ab suggestive that he would. He could do the job in formula one and shore enough Nineteen seventy had new Benny stein am signed him up fair. I'm for that season and tiny Might as well championships former one day in argentina at the beginning of that season Poke edition which must have been absolutely incredible fair for everybody. Who was that in those days. I didn't have a pit boss. I used to watch those racist from outside. But i can show you the to get to the the entrance gates. With cuddles pole. Position on sunday was a major feat. Really it was absolutely chockablock with people the plates liberty to see it again. That pole position was with unexpected. But there's another kind which he stated actually felt very much at home with the golden lobster crawl. Bt's before they didn't quite get the task strategy very well because the cup You might have led the first meters. But i think jackie shoot was into the lead shortly after and then emerson got got fussing one or two laps later and the cost of i think he sort of fell to seventh place eventually Much to the lament of really but he has certainly made his mock without political on saturday afternoon. And he'll say i'm headed That yet i'm with. I'm with a new to in a relatively new in cold. Rondo rising running problems. Which wherever i am which is run by at young chuckled ron dennis and his friend. Neil trundle and john rundle racing web causing quite an impression by that stage for their standards of preparation and image went. I mean what was what was the reaction to them well. Rhonda racing came in. I started in seventy one. In fact species sixes and then in effect became defacto. Suppose you might say the formula to the factory table that i think caused that were purchased by rundell racing and carlos was one of the two. I think two drivers on. Fortunately in the ron of easter weekend carlos how the failure on the car and resulted in a fairly heavy impact on. I think he fractured the nineko. So there was a little bit of Discussion the three. I think the team entrant rondell and the brabham factory as to whether the liability for the incident lay and i don't of that ever was resolved because it was wrong. Dennis bernie eccleston arguing the toss on the ends up arguing. Toss till the present day of that a chance. Well sure enough fan. I tend constructor in iran right the following seasons but said gonna fast forward a bit john because same that that accident coddle left him out with a few weeks and kind of disrupted by seasons but the ninety seventy three he was he was back with brabham. I need had an opportunity with brabham in formula one as well. Didn't they because ram you code up to race in the non championship race of champions brands hatch. And i think from talking to you full. There was the chance of cement affect grown praised that season as well. Well essentially signed a contract to drive for bernie fundamentally and formula to in nineteen seventy-three. Get one race mallory park. Which is the opening rods. And then the race of champions of brands hatch. And that was the introduction of the bbc forty two. which was gordon. Mary's revolutionary interpretation of formula and rules. And the thing that noted the bbc forty two. It was. It was tiny basically. It was narrow track narrow Short wheelbase and all of the of aerodynamics on golden had designed but i would call revolutionary car because how triangular-shaped monaco. Nobody had done that previously so there are a lot of new developments coming with the car. I was asked to drive that branch Race so the second driver that team and this was embarrassment. Graham hill stepped out of the way through my coat in a puddle. Let grand walkovers and Anyway i got to drive the bg forty two in that race. Unfortunately they had a minor issue with the throttle. Didn't close cleanly coming into sterling's colder slow left untorn throat didn't close and the car around all good on today. The journey outside of the tracking struck the railway sleeper barrier. Which in itself was on a major accident. The the construction of the car and areas around the front suspension resulted in the front of the car turning ninety degrees and my leg with double compound fracture of my right leg and the car was pretty push for st. The upside of all that was that was the problem recognized that there was an area in that part of the construction of the car that needs to be strengthened so by the time the team colleges the number one driver in this stage. Wilson.

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"And So that's when i first met carlos and then obviously he started formula one seventy two and he had pulled position for the argentine grand prix. Which i think sort of set the establishment a little bit back on their heels but that was appropriate way to start with formula one career in your home in position. I got to know. call us. i suppose drip-fed all the way through that era. Seventy two my formula one full time formula one career starting in seventy four again in wouldn't salaries i have to say now. And i'm not saying you. But because of tony or carlos hector stuff but when i went to argentina nine hundred seventy four. It was an unbelievable experience. I think it is one of the most wonderful beautiful countries in the world for born. The saudis just love the atmosphere the field that the city generates just a magnificent country. I think it's a great shame. We're not going back to japan on a regular basis because to me. It's just just fave as strong impulsive memories going back tiny that said that temporarily nineteen sixty. I mentioned i didn't know this. You already driven single sater's with the toma site Temporarily was when he really. I'm was able to measure himself was in it for the first time against visiting europeans. Yes after about a ten year. Hiatus argentina was trying to get back onto we international formula one so they thought a good idea to organize a four race program at the end of nineteen. Sixty eight end of season. Sort of stuff and To tech news from privateers team. I won't say the name of the owner of the team but do very secondhand technicals would offer to a two drivers to contain drivers. Came out all blah six driver shootout and carlos. Absolutely again he he. He's so boss. Everybody in that shootout. So he and the other driver were given these two techniques and there was little they could do with them because they were sort of starting money specials however on the false on the last of the four races a privacy of grab on bt twenty c. which had been Brought out by the on people which was local newspaper was offered to him. Because the other driver had a disagreement. I think with the onus and that day in the first seat at went outside his which was as i said the lost race in the first heat cuddles finish dates and choose. We got it written down. He was aids behind. Ps garage jokin. Rindt jumped to us. Joseph fearing sunni. Jackie all era hundred scanner and tino brambilla. He was the best of the rest. I'd say that day in the second heat. Unfortunately the engine gave up the ghost and what it was enough for the automotive group continue to realize that they had you know a good candidate on the hand when they decided to in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. The year before he went to europe they they made up a team of the ore formulas. Chassis which is being used in this country. The again put in some Heidi tune one point five liter feel engines and carlos wrapped up but i mean wrapped. Up is an under estimation or understatement. He absolutely wrapped up the formula two championship over. Jin tina that yet so much so that wendy out the mowing group as john pointed out went to europe in one thousand nine hundred seventy cows was first on. The list is quite an interesting undertaking. Wasn't it for a team from argentina. At the guy to europe a the the easier way would have been so at get a couple of calls run from the brabham factory or something like that but for the team to be satire. Two guys year was was quite a quite an interesting thing. today they was Quite a bit of mistrust referred lead to some manages on you'll side of the ocean markus. That's why i did to by two brand new brandon's and six brand new. What would that be the closest. Bda will be that would have been a cultural f. V one point six four four based engine based on a on a basically ford standard four block but was the calls rose cylinder heads and all the goodies. That keith duckworth and mike alston would've generated so we'll put six two hundred thirty brake horsepower. for based on the production based engine and johnny yourself. You've got your hands on the same equipment that he got a brabham bt thirty with an fbi engine and that was that was. You're done a bit of that before them. But that was your first proper Attempted a european season wasn't it. Yes that's done. Ruxton sixty nine in the ex Looks like essex essex arrow and whatever it was clubbed this call the jackie over race in sixty eight sixty nine. That was the car. The resumes the jim clark. Not the actual combat sister. That jim clark resilient hochenheim in nineteen sixty eight so anyway nineteen seventy was a a a full on season but it was done in a much smaller scale than the aca because it was a family operation. My mother and father and sister. All part of it voted brand-new probab- chassis got a couple of. I think we're ex. Winkelmann racing cosworth ford. Fda boaters and set off was a mechanic mechanic myself to the events whereas aca was a big operation as you imagine from an older a national automobile of any country and hector was the boss Colors rosamund colors rush the two drivers but it was running away. And i don't mean this as any derogatory sense but it was running us a military way. I knew from memory. There was issues about lack of flexibility in the manner in which the team moves run which may or may not have contributed to taking it a little bit of time for the certainly the the the progress colors roitman to come through so that was run very much by hector stafa and look straight to have them but it was later the year. Think then the reality of that. You can't just stick to the script. You have to go off message sometimes to get the best from your team your car driver. I mean he he did have some results he told me i mean i was sat. Said any tastes at crystal policy. Had pulled hochenheim in non-championship rice. But which still had a good entry annette. Nam got some points back hockenheim just before the end of the season with a team..

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"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Welcome to the latest autosport podcast where we will be looking at the lack of call roitman. I'm mark is simmons. Sierras export magazine. And i'm delighted to welcome to guests. The first is a man who was a formula one. Contemporary roy cements. I'm he's still very active today as a commentator of gt well china to europe so he's come from racing against the fittipaldi brothers raving about the plan soul brothers and just a few days ago. It was reunited with formula one penske for in which he won the nineteen seventy six australian grand prix at the goodwood festival of speed. I'm of course talking about john watson. Welcome john offers looking forward to long child about roy. Was it a good experience at goodwin getting back in that penske. Let me just say it was like an old girlfriend. Sometimes you go to work your way around the final runs on sunday. I felt more comfortable uncertainty. Google is a hill that you have to respect the pc four sakazume by doug mock foot and it's very much bearing in mind. It's not a factor penske. It's a privately-owned ca so respect. The car respect the hill. Look after yourself as well and and he didn't have a bid to shave off this time after getting out of it the beginning three gross because row jurors staff. I was mindful of the fact that he likes all drivers to be relatively. I would say clean cups. Clean-shaven whatever so When it was appropriate look tackling trip. I second guess is a veteran. Argentinian journalist and the country's old spoke correspondent for probably more years and caster memberships. And by happy coincidence. He's lived with his family for the past thirty four years in a village where cost rights in the nineties car racing day so a man who despite his name is not related to john. It's tony watson. yes thank you first place for for us. Give me any biting me to be with you this morning. Very touching talking of carlos who had been quite a lot of contacts mostly by telephone these last years and we had always spoken of when he retired in politics that he would come up here and we will do some lapping of the second in which he needed to do but we might do meet up there in having some day and be duck now but it won't happen now just to start with a rayleigh. I'm just talking about collins's career in argentina before he came to europe which started in nineteen sixty five and in europe messed of the drivers would start racing in atp production by call a mini or in john's skies in austin haley sprite and then move into single season and perhaps make their name naming formula three. But what was it. Like for a young argentinian drive at com nineteen sixty five and getting racing but he was about the is old at the time. He didn't to go racing with but two brothers in his native center fee. He was born about seventy miles from the actual city of center for their group to feared Fifteen hundred the decorative wasn't there was another candidate ultra vying for that drive. So the brothers decided on a shootout between these two hopefuls on the hidden and these payrolls of where i live here in la gomera which is about three hundred miles west of santa fe fortunately got to live and he made his Racing debut on mesa yes nineteen sixty five the year that you pointed out marcus on those same all roads on a second. That has got to be known. As the aren't dying not agreeing. Debbie was not too much of a success because some Experimental collecting rods didn't cooperate that day and he only lasted about two or three miles in the race. But things got better for him. It was a month later. Close to culminate in another touring car event. He absolutely clobbered all the opposition with the now more reliable fifteen hundred from then on well he just took off and it was still. It was touring car racing. Wasn't it up. Until am the temperature series at the end of nineteen sixty eight which i think was a single season debut. What was what was the impression he was making up. Until then the broncos also had in the workshop and all ditto mashal formula three shashi. Better not ask me high. Got them so they plunk a one point five rita field into it and you say they entered the car in this country's blue ribbon Five hundred miles of the famous fogel. He was racing games. Be most with engines or front engine. That were about three times. The size will be little and notwithstanding that comments made it to. I think fiscal six place just showed a four hours racing so he was already attracted you can see to single seatings and he admits to have read People like poor freyer and bureau taros. We woke up so a technical about the way he went racing. So you have a good basis now. That was very much. The cost roitman style. Wasn't it john when when he when he was in full array very technical in studious about about the whole aspect of it. Well i i. I think that carlos would be actually nineteen seven david. They automobiles dodger. Tina entered two formula two problems painted white with yellow stripes. Colors royce colors roitman managed by a i would say small-statured hector now don't know to tuna. You might know a second name. Hector would hector. Stop little hector stuff smoulders statue but big personality and character and So that's when i first met carlos and then obviously he started formula one seventy two and he had pulled position for the argentine grand prix. Which i think sort of.

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New Lawsuit Filed vs. Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

New Lawsuit Filed vs. Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson

"Quarterback to John Watson has now a 23rd lawsuit against him for sexual misconduct during a massage. One of those 23 was dropped and the plaintiffs in 20 of Original 23 lawsuits have revealed their names in

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Lawsuit calls Deshaun Watson a 'serial predator' with 16 lawsuits against him now alleging sexual assault

ESPN Radio

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Lawsuit calls Deshaun Watson a 'serial predator' with 16 lawsuits against him now alleging sexual assault

"Another day. More allegations, lawsuits and things being said involving Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. We're up to 16 lawsuits. Now. One of those lawsuits called the Shawn Watson, a serial predator. His lawyer, Rusty Hard, said in the statement that his law firm has strong evidence showing that one of the lawsuits alleging sexual assault against his client is false and that it calls into question the legitimacy of the other cases as well. NBC Houston sports reporter Vanessa Bridges and put on Twitter at Sports Vanessa. She reported details under Sean watching allegations and that multiple sources close to the situation told her the shot watching did have sexual counters with some of the accusers. But those sources insist those encounters were completely consensual. Ryan Smith, ESPN legal analysts in Angola Junior What is the timeline for when this becomes a legal process involving the Shawn Watson? All civil right now? For civil cases, it can take months or longer. We're talking about first, their service of process which I assume and some of these cases might have already happened. We don't know for sure, then typically to sort of watch inside will answer these claims. Then you go to the point where Norman. In many cases, you might see this. In this case, Shawn Watson's lawyers will ask to have the case dismissed. We'll see how judges view that then you go in the process of different like discovery. Proceed to trying to establish the jury or or otherwise. So these things take a long time. And typically, what you might say is well, maybe it settles. Maybe it goes away pretty quickly. It was pretty clear that John Watson said he wasn't Least initially was not interested in settling this. And now that you have such a large volume, it does seem like settlement is much more unlikely than it was in the beginning of this process. So this is the kind of thing that can take a very long time, months, if not longer. And now the NFL's also doing their own investigation here, Freddie I mean 16 civil suits now filed against the Shawn Watson from different 16 different miss uses. I reserve judgment until everything you know until everything it plays out. I guess that's the one the most responsible thing to do. Now, in the court of public opinion, that never happens. I mean to Shawn Watson is already you know it is brand. His name has been Just absolute tarnished by by most people across this country and in college, folk, college and pro football fans. Personally, I reserve judgment until I judgment has been rendered. One way or another. But pretty not talked about this briefly last night. Something just doesn't smell right. Don't know. I don't know what it is said that when they heard it, 12 and a very rapid escalation to 16, and no criminal charges have been brought against the Shawn Watson yet, right? Something isn't passing the smell test, but we'll figure out what that is. Why, Once a judgment in order 16 judgements have been rendered one way or

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NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos

Broncos Country Tonight

04:11 min | 1 year ago

NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos

"Own ego signing the franchise tag is gonna make you more money. In the long run. You will make more money off the franchise tag because you're still going to get the big money deal the next year or the year after. And it's interesting for like Dak Prescott, For example, he ended up getting the five year deal that Dallas ended up wanting simultaneously. He got more money up front. I mean, I think I remember he was six years ago. Control. They got everything they wanted out of exactly right. But on the other side, he had to wait for Patrick Holmes deal to come in. Yes, way for John Watson and better And that's you saying the market on Lee goes up You is an NFL team. You are one of two entities. You are the people that set the market or you are the people that are reacting to it. That's it. There is no in between, and so you can either get out in front of it and pay a guy and it's gonna be a cheap deal in two years. It's gonna be expensive. Looking at the front end. You're gonna get a little laughter when you sign it. And then two years and then your best bet go well, you got a quarterback, that's 80% of the market. Or you're gonna be. You know the team that it's reacting to the market and get going over pay for stuff. That's what happens. You know, the faster you get the deal done, the better off. You are period point blank end of discussion. By the way. Marcus may also got tagged today. So is it. We're tying to justice that was expected, You know, Like I said, I can't go to the particulars. But I had a great conversation there Senior bowl with Eric Burkhardt, who's Marcus Mae's agent? We're talking about the situation and everything, And I think those two safeties are eyeballing each other as far as what the contract Sorry. It's gonna be a question. Which team blinks first, but this was kind of like If we go back several years, everyone Dez Bryant and Marius Thomas. Both got tags. They both ended up getting their contracts done, but they literally got done within the same day. Well, it was pulled. Teams were waiting on the other one, You know, to kind of see the framework and see if they were the same ballpark. This deal done. And finally Jerry was, like, just do it here, you know, And that's and then the Broncos like, okay, we'll offer you that. It is very same thing crazy, so it might come down to the same kind of deal And if the Jets can get Marcus made done, they think Justin's will get done first, and I think it will get done early. Okay, So I think Justin's deal we've got well before the draft. Okay. All right. I like that. They've got to well after that to get it done. So that's just my hunch. Um, based on what I know about both sides of the situation and and again, it kind of comes back to the whole procedural word that was used. That was the word that the Broncos used. That's the word that we've understood this entire time. You've been listening the program, we said From a procedural standpoint, the Broncos will likely use that franchise tag for the second time on Justine Simmons is not the intense and not give him a long term deal. People are misunderstanding this situation, and I even had questions today about okay. Well, if they would've pushed back the franchise tag, maybe the Broncos could've gotten something done. Or maybe the Broncos should have tried to do something like the Cowboys were. This whole deal came together in like 24 hours. The fact is, if you You with the way it's supposed to be viewed, which is what the Broncos are doing. This is a we don't want you going anywhere. We don't want to risk getting to the final 11th hour and all of a sudden there's a paperwork issue, and we can't do a bill. That's exactly right. We do not want to risk that. We're not gonna stub our toe. And so we're going to go ahead and get this thing done now and understand they on the other side. The expectation by all parties involved is to get something long term done. Yeah, um and how it should be used by the way the doctor getting it done in 24 hours. I hate that. I hate that term because it's It's not really They were close last year last they were. They were close last twosome framework there, But I'm saying that like it really escalated over the last 24 hours. To appoint, at least at some of the reporting this out there really escalated over the last 24 hours that they were able to get to the finish line right before the franchise tag deadline, right, so that that's that's the thing Dallas has been called. They were close, actually Latin. Not last year, the year before last, Scuse me. Before the first tag that September. They were close. Stephen Jones, They believed they had it. They believed they had it and they were. There were some issues with length and and how the final two years of the deal were structured and all that kind of stopping. It fell apart last night, but they they thought Dallas thought they had it done. S o. You know, I'll just I'll just leave that at that. And we can we go up but a sparse the Broncos go. I have no doubts that they'll get this deal done. I really don't have 99.999999999% Sure they get this thing done, Okay? And then as far as

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Philadelphia Eagles trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks

Strong Opinion Sports

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Eagles trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks

"Story of the day. The Eagles have traded quarterback Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts and oh my goodness. It made me very happy. I was so excited. There's a lot to unpack. I want to start though by mentioning a weird thing first. In the 2016 NFL draft the number and overall pick was Jared Goff. The number two overall pick was Carson Wentz. And both have been traded away from the teams. They were drafted by 19 days apart. Just a weird quick doesn't happen very often the guy a number and overall pick a number 2 overall pick gets traded away. Especially not the quarterback position. Let alone almost in just over two weeks apart from each other. That's crazy. Pretty wild now after the trade the Eagles have a 33.8 Million Dead money. Salary cap charge for the 2021 NFL season what that means I will get into that in a minute. First of all, that's actually by the way the most ever to have dead money cap. I guess charge or penalties by an NFL team. It's so much that I actually thought that might keep the Eagles from trading cars and stuff like that might be so much of a penalty. They're not even getting rid of the guy sounds like they did. I thought it's good for everybody Carson Wentz wanted out they I think we're you know, we'll talk about Jalen hurts in a minute, but I thought it was good to get Carson out of there. It is also kind of weird and interesting I talked about Jared Goff previously very briefly the other the the record for the most amount of dead money against the salary cap was Jared Goff. The Rams amount is 22.2 million dollars off. Beat 19 days later by the Carson Wentz trade what is dead money? You may ask it's basically all the guaranteed money the Eagles still owe Carson Wentz after the trade. So even though Carson is no longer on their team. He still creates a thirty three point eight million dollar cap hit for next year. So over thirty-three million dollars off of the salary cap has taken up for Philadelphia. They cannot use that money for other players. It's weird. It's interesting. It's never that's again the most ever pretty interesting. I was surprised that you know, they still trade off a given that but in the trade the Colts got Carson Wentz so the cold they get their quarterback that the replacement Philip Rivers the replacement for Andrew Luck. I'm happy for the Colts man. They've they've Way to make it work. They lost in Turlock. They had to scramble the Mage Jacoby Brissett work for a year. They made Philip Rivers work for a year. Now. They've got what they believe is their franchise guide Carson Wentz good for them. The Eagles got a 2001 third-round pick for the upcoming NFL draft and a conditional 2022 second-round pick and here's what's really cool. The condition. Is that if Carson Wentz plays 75% off Kohls offensive snaps for next year if it stays healthy place the whole year or you know, it's good enough to be the starter all years and get benched. Then that draft pick goes from a second round pick in 2022 to a first-round picks. Oh, wow. I like about that. People are saying the Eagles got a horrible trade. They got fleeced. It's terrible. Oh my goodness. You gotta realize this is probably the best trade they could possibly find the Eagles traded away Carson Wentz a guy who has an injury history has been injured repeatedly over the years. He's coming off of a horrible season where he was so bad the dude got benched for Jalen hurts a rookie quarterback Club. So the fact that Philadelphia made a trade where they have an opportunity to get a first-round pick that's impressive to me. I think people realize that's the best they were going to get so anybody criticizing Philadelphia you did not realize how I think how little value Carson Wentz really had on the market people like nobody really wants him. I think JJ Watts getting a ton of attention Carson Wentz people are very wary. And I think it's really what's really disappointed me. Is that the Bears didn't get him. What did the Bears did the Bears not want him? I don't understand. Maybe they're trying to John Watson feel like the Bears really lost here. They still got home key who Carson Wentz has problems I think is way better than Mitchell trubisky. So debate that all you want. I don't know how you go. Like. Oh the Bears they got a great quarterback still trubisky. I like it. I think another thing people got realize is that I love the trade for Carson Wentz. He's going to a way better team he gets to play for his former offensive coordinator Frank back in 2017 the best year Carson Wentz ever had in the NFL. He was a before he got hurt. He was an MVP candidate playing under Frank Reich. He's reuniting with that guy that's going to be awesome to got a great relationship and EM the Colts have a great offensive line. They've got to get running game. They've got a great defense Carson Wentz is being put into a great situation. If he does not do well then there's no excuse. You can make he's got great great team around him good support good people. He's getting helped.

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W.H.O. Researcher Seeking Coronavirus Origins on His Trip to China

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

W.H.O. Researcher Seeking Coronavirus Origins on His Trip to China

"The origins of the Corona virus pandemic is responding to US concerns. White House alleges that Beijing withheld some information about the outbreak. Here's the BBC's image invokes today, Professor John Watson sought to allay doubts telling the BBC. The China trip was the first step in a long process. For now, he said There were a number of hypotheses about the origins of the virus, the most likely that it moved from one animal to an intermediate animal host and from there to humans, But the theory that it originated in a laboratory or escaped from one has not been ruled out. Neither has the possibility that frozen meat Could have played a role in transmitting the virus to humans. China responded today, saying the U. S. Is now pointing fingers at other countries that have been supporting the WHL. This is NPR news.

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"john watson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On K Away news radio. Rogers Country tonight. Ryan Edwards pitchman. All right, Yes. Coover way we're gonna get a little bit of that. You're the best. Oh, yeah. Uh, coming up, but your version, not right here is the better of the cover The cover the cover is the better one. Recover. Yeah. If you missed our interviews. What? We've had an action packed show we come on Friday night. And we're thinking, you know, we'll recap the Senior Bowl and talk a little about Matt Stafford and John Watson. Person news today a little bit of news on the Rams as well as it looks like Per Jeremy Fowler. They're in on Matt Stafford to which obviously has implications. Jimmy Garoppolo in the 40 Niners their reports out there about that, too. It's covered. I thought we just the show would go. But yeah, Go ahead. Hit me with it. You're the best. Oh, yeah. Gonna ever keep you down. You're the best. Oh, yeah. If that on standby. It's so much better because you butchered the lyrics. If you just wanna saying it straight up, it would have been out of it. All right. And I would have been like, Come on, man. Don't do that. Don't do that. But the fact that you butchered it made it legendary. So thank you, Cooper. Yeah, we thought we thought this was gonna be a show about quarterbacks. And then the he stepped up to the plate and struck out without even lifting the bat Right? Struck out looking. Oh, Oh, it's cold man. Yes, The Rockies are It looks as though ultimately imminent. Trading. No one are not up to the ST Louis Cardinals. If you want to react to it. We're here for you Got an hour here? Yeah. If you want the terms of the deal, I believe the Rockies air getting back. Nice. Yeah, the Rockies. They're getting back to dumpsters full of trash, and they're paying $50 million to do it. Maybe this will put you in a good mood, You know, like instead of talking Rockies and How much pain Everybody's in losing Molinar nado way could just listen to me. Oh, the worst cover way could plan for Jeff varieties right now. You're the best. Oh, yeah, there is. Yeah, The remix version of this is gonna be in all the clubs. Okay. Well, if you want to react to the news that no one are not always being traded to the ST Louis Cardinals and as been mentioned there Sending $50 million and Nolan are nado. And they're getting back a handful of prospects. The best one number nine as it relates to their farm system. They pull this up here. Is the outfielder. Go back to my time will give me a second here. The outfielder John Taurus is that listed at number nine per MLB dot com. And the otherwise some of the pictures that have been thrown out there that Ken Rosenthal had first lefty awesome. Garber, who played he's he's the most experienced of the group is How many innings in the major 125 cents? Yeah. First baseman Lucan Baker John Tourist who mentioned him He's the number nine prospect for MLB dot com..

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"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"John Watson has officially requested a trade the organizational disaster that that is in its criminal. You wait this long to become a head coach. And now all of a sudden your first main job is to figure out how to communicate with Charlotte's. How many times do we hear? Also, Unless Cal McNair of the owner now Hot fire, Cal McNair, Not much is going to change. I'm not investing in businesses. Much is key and J. But I'm pretty sure the owner doesn't fire the owner. At least I know that much. I may be a junior employees. But the owner generally does not fire the owner Keyshawn jails even presented by progressive insurance. Progressively home. No, sorry. Progressives home court explore changing the way you buy home insurance. Now you go online. Get accustomed. Quote, save both time and money. Learn more progressive calm, But the only could stay in the box is always say, Stay in the box. Order sushi doing the games. Drink that expensive ass wine. Leave the football operations alone. Stay out of it. Just stay out of it. Yes, it was a little political free and junk and hang out in the box. You know if you marry great if you're not get you some young ones and you stay out of the box. You stay out of the box. When you have a lot of money, and you have free time. It's easy to find yourself weaving yourself into conversations that maybe you don't belong because maybe that's how you got your money in the first place. You know, man, if if I was only the team no, J Much football is I know Not higher. Hire whoever I'm higher. I'm a bee in the box, Enjoying it looking down, saying, Yeah, we're gonna win another Super Bowl. Hired the great coach. That's it, right. I don't need to be sitting in the room. Who are you? Drafting? Why are you taking that player? He runs a 46. This guy runs a 453. Why don't you take the guy with the fourth? I don't need to do that. I'm hired Mike Tanen bomb do the job. That's it. And speaking of Let's say, maybe Mike wants to Jill doesn't get right back in. Mike Tannenbaum joins us on the Goodyear hotline this morning, and Mike I guess the first thing we have to ask is As a front office person. Key talked about the free time and I could have much free time. Now. Everybody's gotta figure out what to do with the shelling. Watson organizationally take us inside the front office perspective now that it's official, and he is demanding to be moved. First of all under the doctrine of reciprocity. If I was the president, ESPN and I had a national morning radio show. I'd hire Keyshawn Johnson for it. So I just wanna make sure we're starting off all square this morning. Wait. What? In my Mike? What am I? What is human and I were not part of this. Whatever you guys wouldn't be. If it's KJ's e, it's all good. I'm just saying that you know, since he mentioned where I'd be, I haven't figured out how to go there. They will. But you know you're not. You're good as well. So Uh, but it all seriousness, guys job 12 and three. If I'm David Colleen Nick, A stereo is I would go to wherever to Shawn Watson is and I don't care if that's in the country out of the country. Would have his agent there and anybody else that to Shawn Watson was important to him and I would sit down. I would take a yellow pad. And I would just keep asking question after question. What's important to you? What makes you fulfilled? Don't really care about your own field goals because I know what that is. But what about for the next 10? 2030 years? What's your legacy about? How can we collectively do that? You have an incredible platform. You're one of the five best players in sport. You're 25 years old were in the state of Texas, and we want to accomplish a lot together on the field, but also about your legacy off the field, and whatever happened the past two Sean, let's flush it because there's nothing we could do about it, But we're gonna work really hard together, moving forward. You do understand that? I am smart, Mr. Tannen, Mom, And I'm not buying all of that. Because you should have done that from day. One, right? You should have just taken care of that from day one. So what I'm saying here, Mike, is that It may be A little late. In the game, considering their coach David Kelly, said that he is not going to try and convince the shine to change his mind about being traded when something something is said like that. How do you handle it Internally? Keep it. It's a really fair point. And I disagree with David Coli because Look, He has an incredible opportunities. The head coach of the Texans, but it's so hard to find the dish on Watson. This guy checks every box. Guys. He's an elite player. He's an elite person. He has elite leadership. He's 25 he's under contract for next five years. They may be there another 20 years. I don't care if they have a kazillion picks. They may not get that same player and a person of his character. So I disagree with the Collier. I would do everything I could within reason, and then some to try to make it work out. And then if we couldn't keep then we could have this other discussion. But what I would talk to him about it. You're right. We've made a ton of mistakes but as necessary. Oh, as coach Cully, we're just on the job for about 10 minutes here, so shun. We can't fix what happened in the past and we apologize. We understand things weren't handled correctly, but we want to see people work really hard to fix it. So many potential landing spots for the shot. Where do you think he goes? And what will it take to get him and Mike? We got just about a minute. Jackie. I think it's our old team, The New York Jets. I think that's where the most boxes are checked where Joe Douglas has done a nice job they have to one's for this year. Next year, I would send three number one picks, and even if it includes or like Quentin Williams, I would do it because the Jets are getting a player who's under contract for five years for them about an average of $29.3 million on a contract. It changes their franchise. Tushar Washing Robert Sala. That's the trace of their franchise, and that's what I think they should do to move forward. And I'm convinced Shawn Watson. This is a special place when you win. There's no doubt about that. You can ask any athlete in any sport of the major for living off the NFC Championship gang. Give me pretty well. Uh, you could say that's the 94 Rangers as all those Yankees. The giant's name is you said it. Thank you, Mike really appreciate it. All right. Thanks, guys, Huh? And we thought about that J man. I didn't realize my clock management was so bad. Good. It's all good. We got a four hour show, man, by the way. Totally didn't recognize 10 inbound the voice not normally what it is keeping you recognize 10 inbounds voice there. These are he's up. Thank goodness. He's on TV. I never would have been to tell who he was seriously her house. He does make a good argument here, Right? J. I mean to go to the Jets, a New York giant guy. But New York is New York. And, as you said, it helps you on and off the field, unlike any other city in the league is given only question I would have if you're part of the shaman's great We want to be in New York. But like what else? Am I gonna have to work with? If I do land and injects uniform, What are the pieces like? Do I want to go from one bad situation to another is a major question. It's a great question. Another question. We know it's on the line for Brady on Sunday next Sunday. What's on the line for Patrick? Hey,.

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QB Watson requests trade from Houston Texans

The Sean Salisbury Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

QB Watson requests trade from Houston Texans

"Apparently shawn watson had a couple of weeks ago i sources and coming from adam schefter and i think ian rapoport as well. The shawn watson has requested a trade in the the. The higher wasn't gonna make a difference on whether he stayed or went. This is to the point now. Now we've heard from john watson apparently on this request portrayed. You've got to treat now. We're down to two choices. You could play hardball and make him sit out or you can now start the process of working on the the greatest hall for a twenty five year old superstar quarterback on the planet. And i wouldn't believe this. Two weeks ago i honestly did. We would be at this point higher was you didn't know either but we thought they'd screwed right and i just it's hard for me to fathom. This'll be the first time in. Nfl history that a player of this caliber at quarterback in the prime of his career has been moved. Because he didn't wanna be here. And it's it's a frigging embarrassment embarrassment to this organization. And they four david calling her legs and it will allow the so grateful. We allowed the david. Kelly do enjoy his moment in the sun of getting hired and enjoy it and not hours later. We've already got now. The quarterback requests trae. We didn't even get to the david. Kelly enjoy it now. He's coming to a crap storm as far as the front office and dysfunction and now he loses his quarterback

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"john watson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"56690. We have a poll question up right now. Add Kaylie, Colorado. What do you think will be the status of Drew lock on the Broncos for day. One of 2021 training camp is either guaranteed starter and a quarterback competition, which is probably what Ben and I voted for. Number two behind a vested vet or playing elsewhere. Yeah. Thing elsewhere, cold business. Yeah. I don't think that's well. Yeah, I'm sure there are people voting for that. There are Oh, yeah, there are. I mean, some of that, I think surrounds the, uh Shawn Watson. I dream that some people have certainly heated up over the weekend. I mean, Shawn Watson could be leaving. It didn't heat up. It's just people started talking about it. Maura's if it was first Mortensen, man here, No. Stokes the fires, they said the same thing. I've been saying that he named another team. And well, I'm just saying, Look, if the show once again straight will be to the Niners and the Dolphins. Let's just mean if we're gonna put it all out there, let's just put it on. Put it out there. Whatever Broncos or not, even in the conversation that you been, Albright is reporting right? And and probably the Niners, actually, because they want to get him out of the A. C. Yes, Miami has much picks. They could you know a little competition on it, so that at the end of the day like it's it's not. He's not coming to Denver, and I don't know why people do this. This is the same thing with it that ridiculous. Matt Stafford stuff It's not happened. Stop it. Let me let me just stop you now and quit, You know, embarrassing yourselves Trying these things out. There is fight how you know I'll put a hypothetical out there. Then you know the radio stations of glom onto it, And then I put actual reporting out there and they definitely use that, too. But really, it's all without the name attached. If you don't know where this stuff comes from, we talked about Stafford and Donald back in November. As we just were cycling through some names that would be available. You know it was purely hypothetical. And, uh, you know, some some hot take radio guy just decided to run with it. There you go. And now it's now It's the thing that you could ask about all the time. Somebody somebody reported there. Definitely moving on from Stafford. That's not true. There's all kinds of stuff going on out there so well and again with the Texans. I mean, at this point, yes, you have Ah, new GM place but you don't even have the head coach yet. Same in Detroit. They're still trying to figure that out. But in the end these air much bigger than just the GM in the coach. These were organizational decisions. If you're moving on from a franchise quarterback and your brand new to that team, you may not be getting that decision all by yourself. It's not safe for the Broncos Broncos were in a little bit of a different situation because Drew lock isn't necessarily arrived as the franchise quarterback, But we're talking about Shawn Watson and Matt Stafford with their organizations. They're the face of the franchise. They are old. Timers for their team released a John Watson. He has a chance to become one of those Stafford already is so we'll come back to that here in just a little bit. But right now we're thrilled to head out to the high line and bring on a Broncos pass rusher outside linebacker Malik rejoining us here believe you're always Ryan. Numbers and Benjamin. All right. Good to have you on again. How are you? I'm good man. Thank you for having me again. Absolutely. All right. So who do you have tonight? National Championship. Alabama, Ohio State. You know, being a being from Alabama? You know, you always kind of lean that way. You know you wanted to bring the championship back to the state so, but it's like it has been a good one. So far, so I just want to feel good again. Really? All right, And I think that they're most of us, except from my partner here who has something on it. Most of us just want to see you really could came. And you know, I think in this case it is. Ah, It's a fun showcase, too. Because you think about Jerry Judy, for example. You know, I'm getting to play on these big stages. I mean, what do you think that that ultimately means for these guys is they come out of college and head to the pros. And are trying to kind of hit the ground running. What do you think about playing on these kinds of stages? What that could do to help them. Eyes used, man. You know, there's no like you saying there's no bigger stage in college football, then a college football playoff. Any comment on the championship game is well. Not any game really exemplifies. You know what the NFL will be like, You know, to it to a degree. Besides, you know the game play being a step up, but just the atmosphere, you know. The type of competition that you've seen in those championship games after night. It is a great representation of what it would be on the next level. Well, we talked to you right before the season started. We mentioned that we had noticed that she looked more explosive. You look more comfortable in this defense. You look like you were better ready to play. You ended up leading the team in sacks this year, and you told us there were no personal goals at the time. They were team goals. But is there a sense of personal satisfaction coming away from this season, leading the Denver Broncos and Saxons a year? No doubt about it. And I said I do. Try to keep the you know the focus on the team. You know, time to help the team win in any way I can, but, uh have that you know, in the back of your mind to like, that could be something that you're striving after. You know, toe Vitaly to lead a team to say something like that. And, you know, I feel like it was, you know, a great accomplishment, And I'm just thankful, you know, bless, you know being Venus position. I'm blessed. You don't have had opportunity to, you know, lead a team of sex. And you know, I just thank God for Do you feel like this team is getting closer? I mean, you guys finished the final game of the season. I know it didn't quite work out as far as the wind over the Raiders, But you were plus four is a team yet four turnovers in that game, and the offense didn't turn the ball over. It's certainly felt as though you guys were playing complementary football down the stretch. Do you feel like you guys were pretty close? No doubt about it, man, you know. Was, ladies. Uh, no Say that we say this before standing now, you know his team is no doubt about it. You know, it's ah lot of talent from the top to the bottom offense. Defense, you know, special teams as well. You know, and it really just comes out for like, you know those those details of the game and we were taking that next step, you know, and being, you know, going from, you know. Team. They could do good things to attain it could do you know great things, and I feel like you know those little things is something that we just need to focus on, you know, going into, you know, all season going into this next year. You know, Time Thailand Tiring time enough. You know those things? A magazine, you know, we all know details. Why the game? So you know when it comes down to you know when it's time when it comes down to question you know, we were making those plays. You know, we're execute. You know, at a high level, you know when those you did, uh, those little nuances of the game, you know, arrives. You know things that You wouldn't you wouldn't even realize you know, unless you you know, a part of the relationship, you know, really understand the game of football man. Understand those little things that you need to you know the slides away? Uh, For this, You know, Time of possession, whether it is, you know, like they have been complimentary of each other. But, you know, making those plays when account, you know, Get out. You're not the field on third down. You know the defense making sure we're doing that. You know, more and more, You know, maybe inconsistent and being consistent, you know, get those turnovers..

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"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So, yes, The initial reaction is Oh, just John Watson, Please come to my team. If he truly wants out. He is not above getting criticized. In fact, I would probably be in line with him. With the people criticizing Dude, you had a chance to not sign. An extension like this is Paul George. Like you knew what where you were. You knew the situation you were in And you signed up. You get paid a lot of money. And now just a short time later, when nothing has changed to your point. Sean wants in Some things never changed. Nothing's changed in Houston. Since you signed the contract extension, Except they got this new general manager Is this the maker break? Where you a big Louis? Riddick guy. All it takes is one additional tweet. What about Jacob Blake? Not talking about the G M. I was talking about. The restaurant. Got my order wrong again. I like just clarify. Maybe he doesn't feel like he needs to. And I suppose that's OK, but they're going to be some that are going to write stories and say that dish on Watson wants out of Houston and then will further that story. And criticism, and all that kind of stuff will come along with it. Maybe doesn't care. I kind of feel like professional athletes more now than ever are acutely aware. Of how they're perceived in very in Very protective of the way they're perceived. So I'm I'm surprised. That above all else to Shawn wants Indian clarify. He just left it out there. Pretty cryptic tweets. Another thing that People who are on sports radio 20 years ago, never even Kind of Because how many guys got up at a podium at a press conference? And said something cryptic and walked away. Some things never change gone. No. But on Twitter on social media, we have a hard time understanding context tone. You just tweet out Eyeball emojis. People freak out. Maciste area. 5 to 29872. Taste young dishonor, Watson. Your thoughts, traffic and weather. Back after that. Strong work ethic takes pride.

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"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This time, in fact, really this time this time, it's for straight. Talk broadly by straight talk Wireless. Okay, so look. Yo know what we bring on this program? No. We'd like we'd like to. You know, we're we're co presented by the undefeated You know, so we bring the blackness. That's not that's not it. That's not even a question. The reason I bring that up is because this season last season was the year the black quarterback this season. You see this game right now Happening? Chief tied 77 with the Texans Pablo Holmes and John Watson, who are two black quarterbacks in the league. But we have a plethora of them at this point, you know? And so there's a lot of different things that can be said in which the world of the black quarterback is not exist with the same monolith. That it did once in the league. Cam Newton is not expected to be the same guy as a Pat Mahomes, aura, Dasan Watson or even You know, I don't know It's high right? Or whoever you know, we're not. We don't look at this the same way. So when one guy comes out and says something that's a little different while we break that thing down, so that's we're going to do right now. So that's the question. Do you agree with Sean watching Watson's assertion? If the outside world doesn't respect the black quarterback when he speaks out on social issues, let's get to these just get to these clip first, and then I'll get your thoughts. First off Watson on being a black you be in voicing his opinions. Honestly, I think I think you have to watch what you say sometimes, and I feel like the honestly I'm gonna take that back. I feel like Keep it real with you. I feel like when never black quarterback especially speaks up. The outside world. Sometimes I think they're educated enoughto know what's going on. I'm very confident and the knowledge to know about just life issues. The power that I have when I speak.

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"john watson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"john watson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is the sound in New York as people fed up with illegal fireworks. Or in front of Mayor Bill de Blasio is home Gracie Mansion and just honking their horn. One councilman said. If we can't sleep, you won't sleep and they're demanding that something be done now, quite into this news report. Almost 9000 fireworks complaints have been lodged in New York from June 1st. Through June 21st. That compares to just 28 during the same time last year, so people it is different this year. It is extremely different with as faras people using These fireworks this early end, it's we'll assess it. It is constant. It just doesn't stop. Did you hear it Last night in your neighborhood? I hear it every night. I hear and I and it's getting to the point where I I forget what it is, After a while here, one that I hadn't heard in a while. Like what is that noise? My husband will be like It's the fireworks. It's a piccolo peep. You can name it by the sound actually, someone else It reminds me of like in college. I lived a Chico State. I lived in an apartment right now. To the railroad tracks on and so forth. Maybe the 1st 2 or three months. It kept me up on bother me or got in my way or, you know, took me off my game. But after a while, just kind of was the background noise that you don't know a year in any used to it, And the only difference is when the train goes by. There's the TV factor where you have to turn up the volume a little bit Tio here the TV as the train goes by, but it just becomes just the natural habit, right. But if you had, let's just say you had a dog with you, and that dog was Reacting in a different way, You can ignore it, but your animals when you know they're heightened hearing, they get frightened and it has to be literally painful to watch An animal suffer like that in Oakland Officer John Watson has said they are going to crack down on these people that are using these illegal fireworks. This is a city wide.

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Can tech keep learning on track during COVID-19 spread?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:29 min | 2 years ago

Can tech keep learning on track during COVID-19 spread?

"If your parent in a state hit by the new Corona Virus. You might have gotten an email like the one I got last week. It said the school district is considering closing schools. Either to clean them or to control the spread of the virus worldwide. Some three hundred million children are out of school. Some schools in Seattle and the San Francisco Bay area closed and some districts are hoping that remote learning can fill the gap in some places virtual classrooms with video and animations and group chat already exist but in others not at all. John Watson is founder of the Evergreen Education Group which conducts research on K. Through twelve digital learning. I asked him if American schools are ready for long-term virtual learning. I honestly don't know and I think the more interesting answer to that question is. I'm not sure that anybody really knows. And the reason I say that is because there's different elements In terms of preparation for school closings. You need to understand how many students have access to devices which may or may not be supplied by the school. You need to understand whether students have Internet access at home. Or if they have other places that they're able to get to as well and then even more so you need to understand whether the teachers have some level of comfort with teaching online right I would imagine digital divide must play into this in a huge way. Kids have to have access to devices and Internet to take advantage of these tools that they're rolled out right and access is probably the single biggest challenge. That school has to think about in this situation and in particular when you're talking about school closure Because of a crowbar is concerned You can't necessarily have those students going to public library. Let's say to access computers there or to a coffee shop to get online there If they have a computer but not Internet access at home there are some schools. They've arranged hotspots for students. They have arranged some places that those students would be able to go. It's still a challenge to think about doing this at this kind of scale and this time type of time frame that they're thinking about right exactly where I was going which is sort of if widespread school closures happen. And they happen for a long time. Do you think it's realistic? You know in smaller districts are bigger districts nationwide that will be able to maintain the sort of the same level of education. This may not be a very satisfying answer. But I know of districts that have invested enough in thinking about online learning that they will be able to make the shift and do so fairly successfully. And I know of districts that undoubtedly won't be able to make that shift what I don't know is what percentage of districts fall into each of those categories. And we unfortunately may be on the brink of an unplanned experimented. How prepared districts are. Yeah I wonder I mean. Is it an opportunity or is it fair to say? It's a little past due for schools to do this. You know my thirteen year old was homesick yesterday and I thought I'm surprised that there's no I don't know just always on conference line for him to dial into to the classroom. It's an opportunity because I think this is showing Schools that there's a need and actually be clear about this. There are plenty of Schools including plenty of brick and mortar schools. That are engaging in online instruction in some form. This is a little bit different if you're trying to shift the large majority of one hundred percent of Instruction Online. I do think that there's going to be an increased number of school leaders who Who coming out of this will understand a bit more about what the options are and also a little bit more about what the challenges are as well when I see some stories about school closures and the opportunity to use online learning. Some of them are a bit shallow. They focus on the tools solely. And there's no question that the tools exist. The challenges are around. Making teachers are prepared to teach online and also making sure students and parents and families are prepared to learn online as well I would imagine there must be companies who are offering these types of services who potentially Santa Benefit. There's no doubt that the companies that are involved in online learning will have some opportunities and part of the reason for that is simply as we're talking about This issue is raising awareness about the possibilities of online learning among students parents. Educators They I think are now understanding. How much online. Learning how? Many tools and Russa's resources are readily available having said that it's also a challenging situation because the challenges are not so much around the tools and the content as much as they are around changing the way that teaching is done and changing student and parent expectations. And there's not a silver bullet for being able to do that. The smart companies that know this. They're handling the messaging well. We're seeing that already that they're talking about what they're capable of and not overselling what they're capable of. I am a little bit worried about the possibility that some companies may take advantage of the lack of understanding. And what they're capable of. I think there's undoubtedly a level of buyer. Beware in terms of being careful about going with the companies that are being a bit more measured and what they're saying they can do and being really careful about any that say they can handle this one hundred percent. I think it's a bit more challenging than that. John Watson is founder of the Evergreen Education Group. That experiment begins in bothell Washington. Where students from thirty six schools begin online education today and now for some related links? 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"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is there such thing there's no such play in any team's playbook right ten point deficit a racer right you can't get that on one swing you can get it all one pass it might behoove built by bill o'brien to communicate that to John Watson because his quarterbacks extending plays I understand trying to keep the play alive and keep your eyes downfield but it is costing Texans yards right now it's costing him time and right now the Texans are down ten points after being up twenty four to nothing that is how quickly this thing is changed and how Dominic Kansas city has been really since the start of the second quarter its operation football ESPN radio the ESPN app and Sirius XM channel eighty percent by progressive insurance all gas appear on the show pencil performance on ready Scott alongside feel gates are front office insider Bobby carpenter I seven years in NFL linebacker and you know he's played era head he described the atmosphere in the momentum that said that the Texans have given back to the chief said perhaps how their out writing that too now thirty four unanswered points doesn't wanna get back to what we're talking about a moment ago I with regard to what the Niners due to the Vikings because it was as dominant of a playoff games we've seen so far the Niners defense deserves a lot of credit you know what I mean Nick Bosa up front doing something that that Niners hadn't seen in terms of multiple sack from a rookie in a postseason game since Dana Stubblefield in nineteen ninety three like that's how far back you got to go for some of the stuff one guy who's been there and one guy who is continue to perform and he feels like it in an under rated capacity is Richard Sherman and he made an interception guys I think a lot of us could have made because that's where the ball was from Kirk cousins but the coverage is there is credit in here as Sherman giving himself his own credit we have you know when your best defenses in football our pass defense is is the best since two thousand nine some the lowest number you know to me and people just keep disrespecting us at the end of day are you can do is go out and impose our will on excuse that's what our decline in our our secondary linebackers were able to do our office did a great job of scoring points take advantage of the opportunities yeah when my man third down to advance our release him a little too much at the top of his route and with the route was beaten to spot her through a very capable and although of neglect okay so that's what he said post gave a very casual ball Bobby but what he said during the game as he's walking by you know a camera that's miked up the whole deal as it after he makes his interception which he counts off as number thirty eight of his career he's like you like that you like that what element the Sherman add to a defense it's got a lot of attention for what it does up front and maybe the secondary doesn't get as much love well you're part of it is that they get a lot of they get a lot of plays in the back end because of how good they play up front so for Richard Sherman to say that like I think that that's the way you put the order there for third pass defense is good because of the defense of light and then the secondary you will have to cover for three seconds of the quarterbacks consulate address it's going to make your job a heck of a lot easier so we've got that right is that the gold for Richard Sherman to very very good football player he does a good job of blanketing receivers he is very smart at this point time is group can read all the routes he's his athleticism probably is at its peak anymore he makes up for with his mind and how good he is but yeah you like that I like that he brings a certain confidence and swagger to a defense as a lot of youth up front and he's kind of that veteran presence usually you see a guy like that with that type of rule bravado their defensive end their track with their linebacker rarely do you see it from a quarterback for Richard Sherman with the way that he plays with his style his aggressive nature was able to go out and do that and I think that that that swagger that conference permeates the other ten guys on the field all right so field the ceiling now first Francisco as they await either Green Bay or perhaps what chapter three with Seattle this season alone who they want to play don't really care really I love the care not many P. A. B. people treat you said I mean I know they lost to Seattle and they had a nail biting wind week seventeen right was literally a tackle at the a two inch yard line of are the two inside I guess Jacob Hollister by believe astray Greenlaw who got a for the forty Niners but I would say that nobody you know there is nobody that they prefer to play they play the Packers once and totally roasted them so maybe just maybe rather play them but honestly it's one of those rainy where the care I don't think they care all right I mean they have listened they have everything that you want this time here in the cliche department right they have the defense they have the run game all of that they can roll out a different running back every game was seven Coleman we saw down the stretch he was working most art at times they can roll me Wilson's in that in that discussion it doesn't matter the question was a quarterback and I wonder Bobby if Jimmy Garoppolo showed enough to give you a reason to have faith now over what could be now a two game season for the Niners were facing him being able to do what they needed to do to win after towards the reception they just pound the football and that's a good items man's yes yeah like we're not gonna let you lose this force he only threw for a hundred and thirty one yards eleven of nineteen he was incredibly efficient especially on that opening drive like leading to down there and hoping to get that lead to the Nike continue running the football but with the way their defense plays another able to run the football I don't think it's going to be a situation where they're going to have to expect him to go out there and throw it if the forty or fifty times if you can get the Niners in that situation if you're able to score first and you're able to dictate temple then you have a situation where the ravens read where they're having to play in a way that they don't really like to they can't just rely on the running game play action passes much I tell you what man I'm sitting here watching this game think about the forty Niners I was on a collision course is that what matters right now is a collision course chief Niners does it feel that way on my list but I might be a prisoner at the moment I know I will be I don't know maybe because we've seen how bad the chiefs can be rightly fights are good they're very beat the chiefs in Kansas city that was in Nashville but still Nashville still cares you know any given Sunday but yeah the foreigners have a look at it I tell you what I saw we have not had a team advance from the wild card round to the Superbowl over any of the last six postseason no T. it's been chalky it's been Charlie cha and I think part of that is because typically the number we are not typically the number number one and number two seeds are the best teams in the best record right part of it is also just the amount of rain it goes into the first week of the playoffs and we obviously do not see that from the Titans because they went back to back in one I don't know that we're really seeing it for the Texans because they came out hot and the chief of the grow better team but I thought the yesterday we sought in a major way for the Vikings I just like a major major wage is really nothing went in their favor from the get go they allow opening dry touch I know they bounced back with the big touchdown but to me it felt like the fatigue of wild card weekend going to New Orleans the upset of the playoffs coming back flying home Sunday night flying out to San Francisco on Thursday while your offense of coordinator is interviewing for a job eventually got a cycle I'm sure on the show later it just felt like a lot of things were not preoccupy Minnesota but were part of what they had to deal with this week and it felt like the classic is the the let down yeah no and I did not in at that makes we when you look at that compared to what Tennessee continues to do Tennessee beats the number one scoring defense in the league in New England and the very next week has to change up a game plan and take down the number one offense in the league and they do so in decided fashion yeah so I I'm I struggle to put a cap on what Tennessee is capable of but you brought up how Minnesota's offense of coordinator could be headed to new locales we have that Cleveland has a new head coach we'll dive into this the fancy era in the land on operation football.

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"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"E. S. P. N. radio thanks to heather village for joining us you want to update you A. F. C. divisional playoff game Houston Texans with a seven nothing lead in Kansas city to Sean Watson fifty four yard pass to Kenny stills seven nothing Houston over Kansas city will continue to keep you updated here on ESPN radio John Watson of course the national champion in the college football playoff era as we continue to discuss the college football playoff national champion game coming up tomorrow night coverage begins on ESPN radio six thirty eastern ESPN TV's coverage begins at eight o'clock eastern Clemson and L. issue there is no debating that there were three very good teams three elite teams in college football this season the gap between the top three and the rest was a chasm and you could see it with Oklahoma's performance without Oklahoma yeah they might not be the fourth best team but who else you gonna put in there they were put in there and they were put through the wringer they didn't stand a chance against LSU is one of the easiest games to predict that being said though should the college football playoff expand past for Trevor manage or is what you saw so far in this playoff alone enough to tell you you know what force enough in there really aren't that many great teams in college football worthy of the playoff spots on an annual basis it must go to eight in I don't think one season is enough to be able to determine what should happen going forward and so this season the really three will play out for the teams I think most people agree but it needs to go to eight and the reason is not to provide more access to the group of five the reason is not to provide more access to anybody the reason is to keep the sanctity to maintain the monumental importance of conference championships right now the way it works is the committee has college football lumped into one bucket it's one giant hundred thirty team super conference they skim the best four teams according to their criteria off the top and what it does is relegate conference championship races to regional side shows of of regional interest that really have nothing to do with the national picture except for adding additional data point to the things that the committee is using to determine who the top four should be and I think college football one of the reasons it's become great is because of those conference championship races then you lose something no matter what you do the way it is now you lose the importance the national importance of coverage championship races you freeze out fan base is an entire regions of the country when there are rejected champion probably won't be in the playoffs from a national perspective at the same time if you go to eight you lose having the best teams in there because sometimes you might have a a for lost confiscated so there's something you're going to gain something you're going to lose a given that I think it's much more important to gain the regained imports of coverage championships that's why I think it's a good day how the NFL somehow makes expanded playoff work let's check in with Derek Haglund at arrowhead stadium in Kansas city with an update on Houston and Casey Derek you guys think of not could not have gotten off to a war start for the chiefs today here on their first drive they give up a fifty four yard touchdown pass that on to Sean walked in the county still in the cheese instilling offered your possession had a couple of healthy women a block behind by the tech and reflect returned for a touchdown and technique now not even get really five minutes into the game will be fourteen nothing here are their head in the divisional round thank you Derek and if it was a four team playoff in the NFL neither Houston or Tennessee would have made the four team playoff so this is where we are bred to give you the word yeah but college is different from the NFL because there aren't that many teams that are capable of winning it at Trevor I I do agree with you the expanding to eight would certainly make conference championships more significant which would be great for college football we think about the last two or three weeks of the regular season last two or three weeks of November leading up to the conference championship games even the weakest of divisions it would matter the results of those games because whoever would win them would have a one game shot to get into the playoff and a possibly knock someone else out who we thought was going to be a playoff team so those would matter but I still think the build the bigger reason for expanding to eight and the reason for it when it does ultimately happen will be for the sake of being inclusive it is not to add legitimacy to who ultimately is the national champion being sure we have the four best teams but it's more to make sure that everyone is represented that they all get their shot whether you're talking group of five or I think an even bigger deal west of the Rocky Mountains you know it is a pac twelve been left out the last three I just think it's it's good for the sport for everyone to feel like they have a chance in right now there aren't a whole lot of people in the western part of the U. S. who do feel like that's the case and so alternately I I think that's the way that it would go this is going to be the fifth straight season that the national championship will feature only teams from the SEC or ACC and the college football is a very strong sport but it is becoming increasingly regionalized and you know I I've always said the from the before the season begins half the F. B. S. is eliminated because if you're not a par five you're not getting it once we get to October half of that remaining half is out because they've accrued too many losses when November hits were talking about eight teams a just about eight teams are so Dick expanding the playoffs to me has never been and about trying to crown a different champion or getting better games even it's about it's about keeping more of the country in gauge in creating a new national playoff and more more access is only going to helping people say well look at this year with three team that's it we don't we don't need anymore one season is no more proof that we don't need to expand that one unseasonably hot or cold day on the calendars prove the global warming does or does not exist okay because we have had years where you have had multiple teams that could or should have gotten it at all and bread forget you one last thought we were one Utah win over or get away from a won lost power five champion not being included would've been either Oklahoma or Utah and frankly if Georgia beats cell issue and Utah wins their game you're talking about two one loss coverage chips expanding the playoffs from too tough for from the BCS to the playoffs allowed that margin for error to expand okay if there's three unbeaten is you don't want one left left up there would have been tragic had that happen this year to be she has with club said there's going to be years there's going to be a year coming up with is going to be more than four teams that should be in the playoffs and why not guard against and it's happened before I mean the very first year the playoff I to me there's no question T. C. U. was one of the four best teams they didn't get a shot that year and the four seed Ohio state and up wanting it so who's to say that to you so you couldn't have also wondered if they had gotten a chance my biggest fear though Matt we talk about this from a regional perspective if they do or when they expand to eight my biggest fear is that they will keep it within the bowl structure and I think that what has you down the state I want to order finals on home fields of the one through four seats which would allow can you imagine how much big ten teams would love to bring an SEC team up to their place in December to play in the snow were acting like that I have heard so much conjecture about including the bowl structure and expand a plow and that makes me want to back down from expanding the play I'm with you it just does not get me excited put some games back on campus and forced programs to played other campuses that they normally would never do up next we'll get down into the trenches L. issue at Clemson co Q. like SEC network it's going to join us with cemex has a nose for the national championship about significant I mean in Louisiana the Clemson sign up for the fact that guys waking up over and over to P. is not okay but.

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"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"More to it because it does look like maybe Baltimore's gonna have to plane elements if they want to get to Super Bowl and then just John Watson again I only need to see a little bit and I saw certainly a little bit in that bills game getting out of that bill sandwich state he was in but I got to see just a little bit more I just need to see a little something little some more from the Sean wants and I think mentally is made for these moments that's another thing with Lamar Jackson two minutes to go needing a drive to win the game when is he been in that position John Watson made entire college career out of it so it sounds like I'm trying to put down the more Jackson he's the MVP is a phenomenal player I think he's going to be around for a long time I'm just saying at this moment in time I need to see more from Lamar on this stage and I need to see a little bit more from the son wants and and I feel little bit better about what's in that I do Lamar Jackson in the pressure packed moments but only need a little bit from them and then the three guys that we're good I'll take him I trust them I have some obviously when you look at Aaron Rodgers you look at the way he has performed in the last few Packers playoff exits yes I'm in good so as we were talking yesterday about drew Brees and why isn't anybody criticizing drew Brees for the way that he played Aaron Rodgers is next if he loses on Sunday or the in that game Saturday he loses this weekend on Monday we're going to have to have a conversation about Aaron Rodgers being a guy that can take you to a Superbowl at this stage in his career I still like him I still believe in him but I think he's got a lot riding on this game was Seattle and the last few playoff exit for the exit for the Packers Aaron Rodgers van you don't have to look anywhere else than the quarterback box score to figure out why the Packers lose these games he's been al play by Matt Ryan by Carson Palmer by Eli manning in these playoff exit it certainly says something about his importance to the Packers if he doesn't play well Packers don't win but I think we're gonna have to have a conversation I still think there is a really good quarterback but if he doesn't perform well against Seattle then I think we need to have a separate discussion and you I know you're gonna say Homer and all this kind of stuff I trust Patrick homes I do talk about Lamar Jackson and adverse weather we side used if your Broncos fan you saw with your very own ice packs of moans as weather proof his game goes anywhere because of his arm talent in his ability to make throws he can play in any conditions and even though it's a small sample size and that's the one knock I I would have on the homes is we haven't seen as much as some of these other guys but more homes in just a second playoff game went toe to toe with the greatest quarterback of all time it matched him shot for shot punch for punch that's a big time performance I think that goes a long way but there's only one quarterback that to me I trust implicitly a hundred percent and I would put him at the top of this list in terms of my confidence level and it's Russell Wilson it's Russell Wilson he does his supporting cast has been about as bad as most Aaron Rodgers but yet he's going to super bowls and routinely being in the playoffs and Aaron Rodgers van on the count for the last two seasons Mike Russell Wilson has not had a leak weapons on the offense of side of football and he just keeps performing and his game is weather proof so Rogers in my homes I trust but there's something in the back of my mind about him with Russell Wilson that's who I take it for drafting the quarterbacks in these playoffs I take Russell Wilson number one give ME Russell Wilson and then whoever.

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Fantasy intel for all 32 NFL teams ahead of Week 7

Dave Ramsey

06:06 min | 3 years ago

Fantasy intel for all 32 NFL teams ahead of Week 7

"Of information kind of funny because the beginning of the year we were told the Broncos had the most difficult schedule the NFL or second most most behind Texas dipping high look at it now everybody's talking about the schedule being so easy it's funny how on paper something looks in the beginning of the season and you get a way it was easy to find out it's not what you thought you with the Cleveland Browns for instance everybody was in the high pick for the Superbowl now they might not even win their division so you know it's it's it's interesting to watch to stop play out well even in the course of the of the flows of the season I mean as soon as Andrew luck announces retirement a lot of people just immediately said okay the culture gonna be picking in the top five judge go we were set is doing okay in fact the colts might even not necessarily go into the draft picking a high quarterback they might say you know Hey you if you if you could make us a competitive team Jacoby maybe they let you roll with it another year and they'll just bring in a quarterback they'll draft a quarterback to develop behind him I agree and I think it's amazing that you didn't mention Chad Kelly in there once that's because I shouldn't and nobody should here right but they they you know a little help Broncos fans are some people that I know I know I'll floater the one that got away the legend to the got away preseason legend Kyle floater all time grease motor back in a pre season he's putting up some really spectacular preseason numbers Benjamin rushing it yeah but highly loader single handedly ending the dreams of future insurance salesman but but to that point and I and I'm glad you brought that up and we we spoke about this a few times the ANC overall pretty weak conference you have the top in teams right we know those teams it it that doesn't change anything we knew that those teams were gonna probably be good but what happens is there's a lot of middling to bad teams teams actively taking in the A. F. C. N. and then there are teams that are look inconsistent at best and so for for the Broncos that's why you when we were in the midst of the old for when the Broncos were in the midst filled before we were talking about it we said look star string together a few wins yeah you never really know how this is going to shake out and in the midst of the Broncos getting the two wins in a row which they really should have three in a row the chief lose too and they lose too in a way that actually is a replicable likely teams or Detroit Lions basically did it carry that into the colts game the colts they went to Kansas city and they didn't even better and in the Texas look the the Texans model what is John Watson and and the officer told this sort of their shots it wasn't like they they wanted that game saying if we can hold them under twenty no I just did their thing they took chances will fuller drop three touchdowns in that game now three touchdowns in the game on now you know a great week start will fuller your fantasy league yeah I don't know any Benjamin all rights that would have invested heavily in him and done that but I I but yeah yeah that happened well buddy that that's that's what kills is like you know well for the week before hundred seventy yards receiving three touchdowns any of this to find digs going off for three W. like those things happen in that everybody's gonna rush to put it back in their or their line ups and then at the very next week their their disappointment right I'm not appoint chaser by as those good match up and then put in that vein it's not like the tents that that's where I'm I'm like look does the size of the Broncos to do their thing but it doesn't mean that the offense can execute effect I'll go almost a further with you on this bed I think mostly Joe Flacco today I think Joe Flacco once it I think Joe Flacco after kinda have in a a little a little bit of a everything taken off of him like like Hey we got this game Joe don't don't stress too much don't screw up in in the Titans game we got this one the way he's been Kerry himself the way he's been talking about the office I don't have a cut for me but she basically said something to the effect of like we want to be a reason why we win this game but not just part of like along for the ride the office was along for the ride in the Titan's went kinda yeah and I think that Joe Flacco of all people knows what both sides of that coin feel like you know he he was along for the ride with the ravens a lot of the time he also strung together the reason that they got two and won a Superbowl so you've been bullseyes that coin he sees tasted in all the that the tree of of winning in a great offense and now I I I do think that you think is will chip on your shoulder when you come away from the Titans game like well you know we actually kind of stock but the defense held us together you know the run game was next out the past came with very good at it I mean it wouldn't the office of Lee that what a great game by the Broncos are flashes they made some big plays and they need to but they try to put it in kinda cruise control because they knew they didn't have to I mean that the tides getting crossed the fifty yard line in the first three quarters play that I recall they got to the forty nine once had a point all of our four template but I mean you know when you when you bottom up that well get out your office kinda I don't see the check out but you know they recognize are not needed and there can be you can kind of let off the gas a little this was the quote he said there's always that side of it of wanting to go out there and have your claim on the game and all that is like there's always a personal side going out there and playing football games I don't think that always means it's a bad thing it's like I said I think you go out there and focus on what you're doing with the idea that it's for the guy next to you would have to repair the best you can so you're not letting anybody else down but again he kind of point at the very beginning of that he kind of pointed out yeah you know what you play this game you play this game to be remembered you play this game to be a winner and you don't want to be along for the ride of your quarterback like they did there you're less your a career pack up that is being brought in just to keep the seat warm you want to go out there you want to kind of put your stamp on the game just like I didn't get a chance to really do that this last game I think he really wants this one and he's got the defense I think to do that if they can get that run game warmed up early he'll have his spots to be able

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Can You Live Without a Working Amygdala?

BrainStuff

05:15 min | 3 years ago

Can You Live Without a Working Amygdala?

"Can you live without the umbrella but let's back up a tiny step. What is the umbrella located deep within the brain's temporal lobes since an almond shaped massive cells or nuclei? That's your Magdala. It's a bit misleading to think of the structure as one single unit since there are actually two parts to it each one located in opposite hemispheres of the brain but for general purposes the distinct halves are considered as one part of the LIMBIC system or which are the brain structures involved in matters offers of emotions and motivations the Magdala specifically associated with memory storage and the processing of emotions like anger pleasure and Yep. You guessed it fear one major part of the amid Liz role is its responsibility in fear conditioning and associated learning process that allows us to learn through repeated experience to be scared of something that learning process happens because experiences change our brain circuitry and four new memories. This concept was pretty clearly illustrated in a nineteen. Eighteen twenty experiment which was totally unethical by today's standards involving an eleven month old infant known as a little Albert Scientists John Watson and Rosalie Rayner wanted to see what would happen if they paired Albert's perfectly natural fear of loud noises with stimulus. He seemed to be pretty neutral about in this case a white rat watson and rayner allowed Albert to reach for the rat and every time he did they struck a hammer against a steel bar after sadden repetitions of this pairing Albert started bursting into tears. Here's the very sight of the rat no hammer needed because of this fear conditioning his amid had linked the disturbing noise with the neutral stimulus and the ladder now elicited fear without the former unfortunately for poor Albert and again this type of experiment would not go down today. The experiment led him to develop a generalized fear of things that even resembled the white rat so white coats and white dogs would freak him out too but backed patient S._M.. On the surface her fearlessness seems seems kind of funny charming. Even her kids even got a kick out of it. Her eldest son once wrote me and my brothers see the snake on the road. I was like holy cow. That's a big steak. Well mom just ran over there and picked it up and brought it out of the street and put it in the grass and let. Go on its way. She would always tell me how she was scared of snakes and stuff like that but then all of a sudden she's fearless up them but while navigating life without anxiety may seem somewhat exciting and patient as m has made it clear that a person can survive perfectly well without intact Amanullah the absence of natural fear can be dangerous even potentially fatal a complete lack of suspicion or distrust meant S._M.. was vulnerable in many ways once while walking through a small park at ten pm a man accosted S._m.. And held knife to her throat according to researchers quote in the distance she could hear the church choir singing. She looked at the man and confidently replied. If you're going to kill me you're going to have to go through my gods angels. I the man suddenly let her go and if that wasn't strange enough S._M.. Didn't flee the scene. She simply walked home and she walked past the same park the next day and showed no signs of fear or avoidance. She just didn't have it in her. That wasn't the only time S._M.. Walked right into seriously risky situations emerged unscathed and unbothered researchers say she was once physically accosted by a woman twice her size. She was nearly killed an act of domestic violence and on more than one occasion. She's been explicitly threatened with death. What stands out most? Is that in many of these situations. Situations S._M.'s life was in danger it. Her behavior lacked any sense of desperation or urgency but while S._M.. Has Been held up as the prime example of fearless emiddle less life more recent research has indicated that the connection between the a two characteristics isn't so clear according to a study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience people with damaged big delays did still report feelings of intense fear and some even felt more fear than those normally functioning big delays the study looked at participants with the same super rare genetic condition that caused as migdal damage whereabout vita disease less than three hundred people have been found to have it since it was discovered in nineteen twenty nine Orbach Vita Disease Causes Three main types of symptoms and extremely horse voice small bumps around the eyes and calcium deposits in the brain. The amid <unk> happens to be the spot in the brain where these deposits form researchers found that watching horror films did nothing to incite fear in participants with this disorder but they were curious whether exposing them to carbon dioxide would induce fear reaction the amid plays a big part in detecting carbon dioxide and when it detects higher concentrations of it in the blood a possible sign that suffocation is occurring it can cause a person to feel panic contrary to what seemed. Logical when participants with Burbach Vitas Syndrome breathed in air that was thirty five percent carbon dioxide. They freaked out so what's the deal. A researchers wrote results indicate that the amid Dula is not required for fear and panic and make an important Gordon distinction between fear triggered by external threats from the environment versus fear triggered internally by carbon dioxide so can you live without the Amiga yes can you live safely and securely without it still unclear but scientists are working to figure it out.

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