35 Burst results for "Jonathan Right"

Big Ten, Pac-12 postpone their seasons

Brian Lehrer

00:42 sec | 9 hrs ago

Big Ten, Pac-12 postpone their seasons

"The Big 10 and Pac 12 college football conferences have postponed their fall seasons due to the Cova 19 pandemic, and that could be a further financial blow to the schools like Rutgers University. That school President Jonathan Holloway told NPR that revenue from football is a big source of funding and the colleges already facing a shortfall from the state of New Jersey do to the pandemic response. We don't have our final budget numbers. L'm in terms of our appropriation for the states, So we I'm really not able to say not because I'm trying to hide anything but literally not ableto say will get cut, but it will be tough. Holloway says the conference is considering rescheduling for the spring. But even if they don't play, he says student athletes will still get their scholarships.

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Big 12 to move forward with plans for fall football season

Kap & Company

03:37 min | 9 hrs ago

Big 12 to move forward with plans for fall football season

"Danny Yesterday was a tough day for a college football fan like myself getting a chance. The last couple of years. The host thes Chicago's college tailgate show on Saturdays with Jonathan Hood in Adam Abdullah. I love college football. I love our local teams, and I love professional sports. But there's something special about the pageantry. The passion small college towns that burst into hundreds of thousands of people on Saturday afternoons thie games, the football games itself very exciting, and usually you get to see something on a Saturday in the fall day. I don't usually get to see in an NFL game. Maybe it's a high scoring affair. Maybe it's a great comeback. Maybe it's hitting a nine team teaser that you set up throughout the day that that makes you a bunch of money. It's It's what I do in the fall is I love Saturdays. I'd live for Saturdays. Yes, Very. The news of the Big 10 postponing all fall sports until further notice, and as the quoted here says in hopefully in the spring was disappointing. And then the Pac 12 follow suits and they postpone all sports until the start of 2021. So the key there is. The Pac 12 is postponing football in the fall in fall sports but also college basketball usually starts at the end of October, which the Pac 12 is telling us. They won't start college basketball on time. They will postpone that 2021 It was sad. It was disappointing. We have reports from the Big 12 that there are plans that they continue to head forward and they are planning on playing football. The has been out, saying that their medical reports have suggested that they could continue to play football. Notre Dame is plan planning on playing football in the fall in the sea as well. So Any your thoughts hearing that the Big 10 the Pac 12 that both pulled out of fall sports for collegiate athletes, and in the fall first, I think it's incredibly sad for guys like you and I people listening to us that just love college football, you know, college football season doesn't go off this year. The only sport we're going to have in the months of November, December is the NFL. So we have to really cross our fingers at the NFL. Get this right Or else we're gonna have no sports. Because the MBA is going to be done. The NHL is going to be done. Baseball is going to be done. It's sad for Spectators that liketo watch it. It's incredibly sad for the young athletes. I mean, you know they they've worked their whole lives to get to a point where they're playing sports at a collegiate level. And now to have this ripped away from them is devastating. And I understand How they feel. I understand that they want to play. Listen. When I was 18 to 22 years old. I made a lot of dumb choices, and I probably would have wanted to play too, with a pandemic going on. But I do think that the Big 10 made the right call. I think that The liability issues. You have all these players on all these teams putting themselves in harm's way to play a sport that's making schools. Million's upon billions of dollars. They're getting nothing but a free education, and that's still something but you're putting them at risk. They're not employees like in the NFL. They're they're doing this. To provide themselves in education, But they're also putting their lives on the line to raise a lot of money for their universities. I think it was the right call. I don't know, necessarily if the Big 10 needed to rush to it. You know what happens if the Big 12 pulls this off? They say they're gonna have a nine and one so nine conference games, one nonconference games. What if the Big 12 pulls this off? And they have a successful football season is the big 10 Then sitting there looking like, boy? We we acted too soon.

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Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo ejected from game after headbutting Wizards' Moe Wagner

Boomer and Gio

01:29 min | 10 hrs ago

Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo ejected from game after headbutting Wizards' Moe Wagner

"Beat. The Wizards won 26 1 13 Yet the ugly incident for Jonathan said a coop Oh, ejected For head butting Mo Wagner. The TV broadcast as we know supposed to let the pictures kind of tell the story not as much detail as you get on the radio side, but the books TV team taking that to a new level when they got a look at the first replay, lot of O's and know that all you got With him afterwards, John. It's admitting that he just lost it in that moment. You're in the zone. Just just like you don't think you know him. I might take a second or two that you don't think you do something. Wagner. I I didn't see this game. Did Wagner say something to him? Like what? Prompted that a hard foul? Yeah, they were jawing mean there It was play. It stopped. And they were John. And as they kind of came together, they were definitely you know, in each other's faces and talking trash. Donna says they came basically chest the chest. Just it was a legit headbutt. So I don't know what he said. But my God, Mo Wagner, by the way, has changed the back of his jersey to don't head butt me gonna be on the back of your S O. We'll see if there's any are what kind of discipline there is free, honest, obviously not great timing with the playoffs right around the corner if there's any sort of suspension at all.

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College football stars push for regular season as cancellations loom

Joel Riley

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

College football stars push for regular season as cancellations loom

"Debates heating up over whether college football should be delayed or cancelled this season due to the Corona virus boxes. Jonathan Syria reports A decision from the Big 10 Conference could come today. How are five conference commissioners met on Sunday the way the the risks risks of of playing playing during during a a pandemic. pandemic. No No decisions decisions there there yet, yet, But But analysts analysts say say it it does does not not look look good. good. Clemson's Clemson's Trevor Trevor Laurence Laurence and and other other stars stars of of college college football football tweeted. tweeted. We We all want to play football this season, they went on to list a series of proposals, including Universal safety protocols, the ability to opt out of play and the establishment of a college Players Association and reports say incoming Ohio State President Dr Cristina Johnson's in favor of postponing this season, not canceling it.

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Exclusive: Anchor are automatically deleting podcasters, and why

podnews

04:02 min | 1 d ago

Exclusive: Anchor are automatically deleting podcasters, and why

"Today just a warning and we start with an exclusive the robots are coming free podcast host anchor could automatically delete your account without any warning it happened to experience podcast Jonathan Mendoza an old for uploading a piece of audio that he owns, and as we went to press, we've discovered one reason why if your with anchor it's a must read, you'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today. Edison research has published a top thirty US podcasts rancor they call it the only podcast rank of it covers the entire US podcasting industry. It claims to measure shows by reach not downloads. We've published the fullest Joe Rogan's number one of course, apple podcast is a bit broken today. Random shows are appearing in apple podcasts. Category Top shows listing willing to what we're seeing for business comedy technology and society and Culture. Some are in foreign languages, none recognizably talk shows, and it appears that storefronts are affected throughout the world is apparent bug which has been visible at least. The past three days coincides with problems that some podcast is a reporting with apple not updating its website with latest episode for some shows. Trafficking System Google ad manager has announced. It will now handle audio tune in and spotify using. It already says the UK's Matt teagan integration he says is coming for podcast but isn't quite there yet. Other outlets and our reporting on Amazon's podcasting plans and pointing out the clause that says you can't say anything bad about them on your podcast. We reported that on July twenty third in Geekwire reported as a PR mess now just so you know we've submitted news podcast last week we've agreed to those licensing terms because you know the worst that can happen is that we get thrown off calling Amazon at the Amazon and that will be excellent publicity. Don't you think? Yesterday will links to along to threat containing various accusations against PR management, Trauma Black Woman, who's since left the company CEO Kerry Hoffman has responded via an all staff email I do not get things rights plenty of times, and I have a lot to learn. She said outlining a number of steps. The organization will take try and digital have unveiled their Australian podcast rancor for the month of July. A RN'S IHEART podcast network Australia is the number one publisher wants more it measures participating publishers. The ABC the country's largest podcast is still not measured despite having said that joined within months last October spokesperson from the corporation tells pod News. We're working through some technical issues and hope to be able to participate in due course. Now, he's in brief aren't nineteen has expanded its relationships in career podcast technology and AD sales eighty six percent of podcast listeners in Saudi Arabia listen to brand funded podcasts according to a study optimal finance daily looking for. A new paid host. One of the jobs available in jobs today studios seventy one has announced its quarter three, twenty, two, thousand slate of podcasts they say that ad revenue has grown by six hundred ninety percent year-on-year the audio production awards twenty twenty have been announced in the UK. In Amsterdam the podcast festival twenty twenty is planned for September eighteenth to the nineteenth. One of the speakers is me I'll be talking about how to take control of your podcast. and RSS, feed unveiling some unpublished findings about the podcast yourself whether it's a good idea. It's a mainly virtual event with shock some physical parts you can get tickets now and inside radio has published a list of the top ten most powerful people in podcasting connel burn who runs the IHEART podcast network is deservedly awarded the number one slot by the publication's editorial bodes who also work for I heart media.

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Paypal, Banks and Real Life Infrastructure Inversion

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

05:04 min | 3 d ago

Paypal, Banks and Real Life Infrastructure Inversion

"When the hit reactions were dramatic CEO of Wyoming based Avantis Bank and passed on the showcase on long tweeted game on USOC sees announcement that it's following Wyoming allowing national banks to custody digital assets is great news for Crypto long-overdue, and hopefully we'll help the US regain ground. It lost to other developed world countries by dilly dallying for so long winters, equal customers and crypto venture capitalists. This will spur emanate boom as us. Banks acquired digital asset custodians, and that was only the first two of her twenty four tweet storm on the topic link in the show notes for those who missed it. In other parts legal mind mark, Coyne hoarder, and passed on the show Preston Burn tweeted I've never been more bullish on crypto today crypto lending, and saving maybe how the payment of interest becomes thing. Again, thanks are desperate for yield the faster they move the more market share there will obtain lawyers and bankers are definitely excited. But why does this matter and what is it mean? Jonathan let's start with you today. Well looking at it from my perspective of someone who's tried to do startups in the for some time, the largest filter that is a had versus half not versus based on the technical or Business Acumen. Or Merit of your company is to do with getting a bank account and keeping a bank account and being able to even have customers in every state I mean the whole point about the bit license was the fact that banks were refusing to service customers of people running crypto startups. So what this does if? The executions being the statement says it is is it means that we're going to enter an age where crypto startup can actually have a bank account in America and actually be serviced and not just be a crock in or a Gemini or Aucoin base, but actually be three people you know asking for bank services. So you know the government tends to break your legs and then ask you to thank it when it gives you a crunch and it's really glad to see that at least now, they're giving entrepreneurs a crutch. Because like spin broken for a very long time hang on. I'm a bit confused here because this regulation is about freeing up the ability of banks to directly custody Crypto, and at least what you're saying seems to be more about whether banks are allowed to extend. Fiat. King Services to crypto companies why do you think the two are related one of the purposes? As to why money transmitter licences became such a big deal for crypto services is that the act of transmitting your token your value instrument is itself currency or is considered a value transfer, and so banks would onboard in dollar terms the ability for people to get crypto. But if you actually wanted to engage in crypto related services with Crypto you yourself had to. Take. That on, get a custodial and become a money services business because there weren't any financial service providers that would do that for you, and so there are a lot of projects that I know of that have lodged. That are in existence that can't even deliver the tokens to their system to people because they're waiting for money transmitter licences because the act of. Giving it to their customers would be considered money transmission, and so I think that we become so blinded to think that banking means crypto banking for crypto means the dirty Fiat side of it and not the awesome crypto side of it and a lot of the crypto related activities now can be done natively by a bank, which means that as a small startup. Become a bank. I don't have to become a crack in order to be able to do trivial thing I wanted to do with bitcoin or a colored coins. So I, just want echo that on the one side our experience on the show with trying to have a bank account. Well, we've actually been d platform because the word bitcoin is in the name right and that was for a while fairly controversial, and then on the other side of things, the work that I did with token Lee we often found ourselves without the ability to have a credit card processor because even the. Idea of touching tokens that were non speculative in nature that did not have prices that could appreciate. Well, that was still something that was on the other side of we know what we're talking about right and so you had banks that were just wildly uncomfortable with this and even the high risk tolerant ones you know the ones that specialize in dealing with really kinda sketchy applications, even those oftentimes wouldn't deal with noncontroversial uses of. Tokens and sort of anyway. So just the clarity that. So long as a company is following, the law banks can interact with them that I think is a pretty major statement and a major change from the way the banks have at least behave to this point. We'll see if they actually do anything differently with it but I think again, we're going to talk a little bit later about kind of the pay pal announcement and Sort of this shift that we've gone through where Crypto was on the one hand kind of in the very early days, people would adopted or companies would adopt it and get kind of an earned press boost, and then that went away for a while as things got boring. Now we're kind of on the entire other side of that curve, but we're going to have that conversation for just a little

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State of Play Reactions

Beyond!

05:02 min | 5 d ago

State of Play Reactions

"And hello everyone. My name is Jonathan Bush and this podcast beyond episode six, hundred and sixty one. In episode I am starting as I. Prepare a treat thing for my dog because he's angry that I'm recording this show I'm joined this week by Brian All. He can. He can. He can bark for me. He can you Andros joined by Max Scoville. You should get him xbox controller shape squeaky toys so that he can be a playstation show disrupting commodore dog form. That's a good idea. Now, what do you think of this contaminant and then he bites up? Obviously, he's mad that I haven't given them that tree yet. So I'm going to send it his way. Of, course, we are going to be talking all about the state of play which just wrapped up as a recording the show. Unfortunately, Lucy O'Brien can't be with us because her Internet has decided why? Why were today? That's unnecessary? So she's figuring that out. But of course, if you're wondering where regular scheduled episode is already happened, so you can go back and listen to that either on youtube or your favorite podcast services. It's all there But yeah, we want to do a second episode to break down this state of play and we have a full wrap up all of the video screen shots, all that stuff on Nigerian. You can check out a full breakdown of it. I don't think we'll be going. By game during this, but this, what state of play, of course did come with the expectations that there would not be any major first party announcements there would not be any. Hardware or business related announcement. So assumingly here about any I pretty acquisitions or anything like that, I is basically going to be focused on ps four PS VR and some third party indie updates when it comes to ps five. So with that. All in mind as the expectations were set, just sort of a general down feel Brian. I'll start with you. How did you feel about the show overall? It. I guess like a a C. I would seem like a six out of ten or I, guess, that would be a not not a is like a seven, right? So. Six ten I D. Letters. Yeah, maximum. He looks better idea. Let's do states if that's if that's the state of play was a state, it would be a solid. New Hampshire which I don't really have any strong feelings about I don't particularly dislike it, but it doesn't really get me excited. Nobody's like want to go to New Hampshire and I go hell. Let's go to new. Hampshire, right just it was fine like I feel like they were good in terms of getting expectations on the right level. But at the same time like you know they were like it's going to be forty plus minutes and I was like. Well, it's searcher was but. You know. What it was fine it. It's all right. What else are we GonNa do in Twenty Twenty Watch. The News. Yeah I mean I'm trying to think what other states that would be similar to in like most of it, I'm not really interested in visiting, but it had some. Could be. Cool. Yeah, it's yeah. I. Guess I, Guess, that's a good way of putting. It is I. I'll never never turn these things down, but it is. It does feel a little weird that it was. It was just sort of a kind of a few small things. Some slightly bigger things glued together. But nothing really like. Holy Crap that that was huge, but I think the key thing is these been. So sort of inconsistent. If like if they if these were first announced, was it like last year around e three? If somebody had done these on a on a regular cycle, like kind of like Nintendo directs, are I feel like we'd be more accustomed to like what to expect, but the fact that this is this is coming along especially when we're so hungry for PS five news, it's just a little bit like it's even even when they're completely preparing us. It's still a little hard not to be like a little bit underwhelmed. Just like well, I wanted more. Than intended Iraq's have sort of pivoted recently with the their announcement of those like new mini rex doing, and so I think even even the cadence of what these things used to be is now going away and so that's I don't I don't know I feel that like it's cool to get like kind of information drops like this, but on the flip side like I'd. Rather. I'd rather they charge of the laser beam in blasts it when it's when it's big and strong, right? Yeah. It's. It's a weird thing because you know a I think it was maybe a month or two ago. They did almost like a state of play on the playstation blog of ten big upcoming indie Games for PS Horn ps five and I wonder like why wasn't that a state of play presentation Max to your point like the identity of what this is? This year state of play has been the. The last of US and goes to Sushi my showcases and last year was the first one where they focused so much on ps VR that people got very upset that it wasn't focused enough on ps four. So they pivoted in the second one. Had you know F F seven remake finally coming back in a big monster hunter, a ice born DLC showcase. Mike. Big Games that people wanted to see and it has been this uneven inconsistent thing that I don't really know what the identity of it is. and. So going into this presentation, the expectations are set, but

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Ohio Gov. Tests Negative for COVID-19 Hours After Positive Result

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:34 min | 5 d ago

Ohio Gov. Tests Negative for COVID-19 Hours After Positive Result

"Governor Mike Dewine tested negative for corona virus just hours after another test registered a positive result raising concerns over the accuracy of Cova tess governor wine first tested positive yesterday morning. Using a rapid antigen tests with allows for results in minutes, but has been shown to be less accurate that test was part of the protocol for those greeting president trump on the tarmac airport in Cleveland Governor Dewine. Then returned to Columbus and took a second test. From Ohio, State University's Medical Center this time using a more standard procedure known as P., C. R. and results came back negative in the evening that second test which looks at these specific genetic material for the virus is known to be more sensitive and accurate, but more time intensive, and it requires sales to be processed in a lab. Wine sample was run twice and came back negative both times, Jonathan. Lemaire, you're on that trip your with the president right now, traveling this test was administered because governor dewine was going to greet president trump on the tarmac there in Ohio. What were the ripple effects of that News Air Force One? Good Morning I'm today in new. Jersey, don't be too jealous not far from the president's Bedminster Golf Club where he is spending a three day weekend, but you're right yesterday we landed here last late last night. From Ohio and perhaps not in the first line of my career obituary will note that I was in the room when the president said. But yeah. But more than that, it's the governor and that initially initial test. Shadowed the entire trip, the president spent the day at Ohio, which in itself, of course, was noteworthy state that he won handily in two thousand sixteen. But this time around did the polling shows about Joe. Biden shows you president trump diminished standing in this race that he has to spend time resource energy in states like Ohio. Yesterday, he was in. Texas, last week having to play defense and it was as we. We were about to take off from Washington on Air. Force One. When we got news, the governor had tested positive and he no longer will be able to be there on the tarmac when we landed. Of course, he wasn't there president was greeted in Cleveland by other other officials, other representatives I addressed briefly saying that he thought the governor would hopefully would be okay, but it goes to show you the entire. Centered around a speech. The president touted his economic policies He turned toward a whirlpool factory in Ohio, Tout American manufacturing in its rebirth under his watch although, of course. American. Manufacturing sector has really stalled by in the last year or two. But. He chose he can never outrun the virus everything was trying to yesterday and then included a fundraiser as well was shadowed by this, and then of course, last night after we landed here in New Jersey, we got second test proved negative, but it raises questions about the accuracy of these tests and includes those White House. If you remember Texas last week Congressman Gohmert was going to be on the Air Force One. He wasn't because he tested positive. Seems like subsequent tests indicate that as well. But this causes the question. Everyone comes into contact with the president that includes his. Medic officials on the road that includes reporters at the white. House before the one, I took that same test yesterday, the governor wanted in Ohio. We're all screen, and now this has been number of high profile. Cases, governor. But also staffers and reporters where there's been a false negative at first were a false positive. It calls into question just how accurate and safe. All these tests are for anyone including those traveling with commander in chief.

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A Lebanese judge says 16 port staffers have been arrested over this week's deadly blast in Beirut

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

A Lebanese judge says 16 port staffers have been arrested over this week's deadly blast in Beirut

"In Beirut. At least 16 people are now in the custody after this week's deadly explosion. Those arrested work at the port where tons of ammonium nitrate was stored in a warehouse Officials believe that's what decimated the city with more than 100 people dead and some 5000 injured. Eragon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman says it's still unclear what the exact cause was for the deadly explosion. The president and secretary of both been consistent that we've reached no definitive cause for The explosion on that information is still coming in. We're going to continue to assess it. About 300,000 people in Beirut or homeless, including 80,000

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Final Derby Dress Rehearsals

In The Gate

04:48 min | 6 d ago

Final Derby Dress Rehearsals

"The favourite for Saturday's travers stakes is the Belmont stakes winner Tis the law, the owners of the law, a group of fairly regular guys from the Saratoga area they go by Saka. Toga stables are the same guys who owned funny side the winner of the two, thousand, three, Kentucky Derby and preakness they showed up to each triple crown race in a yellow school bus, not a limo. It was a scene to which many of us could relate but I'm going to give you a comparison of two other. Owners of horses running in Saturday's travers they are and Lori Hall who owned the Third Place Finisher in the Belmont Max Player and Orlando and Jonathan Noda who liked their travers entrant I line are the longest of longshots George Hall is the founder of a Hedge Fund, the Clinton Group that company's assets reached a high of five and a half billion dollars in two thousand, sixteen. Orlando Noda is a thirty one year old trainer who co all of his horses with his brother. Jonathan who's in the car business? George Hall and his wife Lori sold a six level. Manhattan penthouse in two thousand seventeen for somewhere around thirty eight million dollars. Orlando notice biggest return on investment so far has been the horse not loves a fight who not claimed for ten thousand dollars in May of two, thousand nineteen and whose win a month later represented his trainers I ever. T loves a fight won four races for his trainer and finished second last week in the John Morrissey at Saratoga. You. Get the idea Max player for George and Lori. Hall won the withers stakes back in February and finished third in the Belmont. STAKES IN JUNE FIRST LINE FOR ORLANDO. Noda just earned his first win in four tries and he's returning on only ten days rest to take on an imposing field. But if his trainers story is any harbinger, don't count first line out and we are pleased to welcome to win the game for the first time the trainer of First Line Orlando Noda what went into the decision to turn this horse around in just ten days. The horse came out of it good and I nominated him prior to even run especially. Like figure that especially wasn't GonNa go I was I was GONNA test my luck there and restaurant him because. The horse had shown me talent ever since I had him and I think got strike while the iron is hot right now and everything is just clicking on all cylinders. So I. Think we're just going to give it a go is not every day that we can have a three year old peak at the right time via because of this corona virus that maybe I might might just be able to pull off the upset and get my derby points that that I high horse up about the beginning. You would said to a couple of racing aficionados over the winter that you had a derby horse and first line what made you think that then Oh no the horses super talented it from the first time that we breathed him. We knew we had something special. I'm not the lightest of riders and horses just noting on track with me and I just can't picture it. Any other way because everything has played out to where it should as he broke his. Maiden here in Saratoga and I think the past two races, six furlongs, it was just the the too short for him for his long strident. He just went comfortable and those fractions buying the mollering Nathan not many horses hold up biting the whole time that they are at the top of the stretch hometown in first line and they've been at it. Right from the START I line on the outside pokes ahead and front hometown continues to battle down at the rail. Now, they're at the eighth bowl it is first line and hometown go to battle for a mile and a furlong here first line hud and front hometown not giving up they come for the finish and first line is first under the wire. Race I'm wondering if he's even cooled out yet from that race, I mean that was affirmed and Alydar Rier Dan Against Jaipur was neck and neck for a mile and an eighth I mean, how do you think that part of a racist going to affect him the ten days notwithstanding? Even fresh I'm not doing much with him and. Keep Afresh to the to the race. Then you gotta show up on the race checking in, and that's how he is all game once it gets onto the track. IS A. Very level-headed. Once once he gets into training just like train I'm just giving just. Keep them -freshing raider fire. For for the drivers.

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Philadelphia Phillies beat New York Yankees 11-7 at home to open twin bill

Boomer & Gio

01:52 min | 6 d ago

Philadelphia Phillies beat New York Yankees 11-7 at home to open twin bill

"The Yankees allowing eleven runs illusion, the opener, the double header with the phillies yesterday, and then they ran into Aaron Nola. In the NIGHTCAP, he gave them all sorts of trouble, but eventually, they got into the Philadelphia both another three to pitch to talk. Line. In the right field, that survey? That's GonNa find the gap. Stanton will score. Harper gets back in talk man stops at second. So a rig double for Mike Talk in the Yankees take a two one lead, ricky. Ricardo. seventh-inning call here on the fan I will say one of the things I like about the no fans is getting to hear the dugout. Big Hits. It sounds like you're at a high school game in central New Jersey on a Wednesday afternoon. He's guys are getting all pumped up there on the bench on the balls, put in play, and you can hear some of that on the broadcast or shallow with an RBI single. He was two for three and the bullpen closed out a three one victories. They split the twin bull, the twin bill rather at Citizens Bank I. Seven inning experience for Aaron. Boone Company? What did he think about? About the first one was too short, and then this one was just right. Make sense considering they dropped the opener before the seventh inning rally Nola struck out twelve over six innings. But the Yankee pitchers kept them in the game as well. Jonathan Isaac. Open, he got seven outs followed by Avalon. Green Auto Vino in Britain the latter earning his fifth save Luke void homered in the second. His Fourth of the season reading in all situations doesn't matter who's pitching what game where we're at at homer. Here on the West Coast. It's anytime. It doesn't matter Ohio three. Oh. Oh, to whatever you know guys can always do damage. We're looking to do damage competition about every situation there the savages in the box Gary Sanchez not so much right now over to two more strikeouts, the batting average down to seventy four, and then rubbing salt in the moon, he gets drilled in the elbows. So they'll. They'll check him out later today leading up to the series finale, Jordan Montgomery opposed by ZACH EFLIN

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Join Us in Prayer for Our Nation

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:08 min | 6 d ago

Join Us in Prayer for Our Nation

"To join us for the call center. I'm John. Stonestreet, this is great for. Christians should be among those most deeply concerned about the divided state of our nation left versus right mass. No mass reopened versus stay at home virtual school versus in person raised politics police abortion religious liberty not to mention the remainder of what certain to be brutal presidential campaign. The issues we face range from essential to non-essential on essential matters, we should mourn deception and vowed to fight. For the truth on non essential matters we should mourn and hope to overcome division God's people can neither stay on the sidelines nor run away from the struggle instead knowing there is no hope other than Christ. We must ask onto mercifully powerfully mobilize us is people to advance that which is true and good if Christians are to speak with clarity courage and confidence and to be the. Of Truth and love and a world of Noise Echo Chambers, then we'll need to be prepared but even perfectly crafted arguments cannot replace Shut Colson would say the church being the Church speaking cannot replace being and to be the people that God calls us to be right now, we must rely on prayer. That's why each and every Wednesday morning between all the twelfth of November, the fourth, and that's the morning after the twenty twenty election the Colson center will be hosting a national prayer time the a Webinar we want you to join US each and every week to pray first and foremost for God's mercy. But that he would revive his church that he would bring about a renewal of righteousness that he would empower us to courageously offer protection for the most vulnerable to champion reconciliation across our deepest divides and that he would. Allow us to be instruments in the sustaining of religious freedom and the recovery of the family in our nation. Each prayer time will feature a devotional challenge and a prayer by Christian leaders such as Oz Ganesh Johnny Eric's Totta focus on the family President Jim Daly Woodside Bible Pastor Chris Brooks and watermark pastor Todd Wagner as well as at Stecher from the Billy Graham Center and the Heritage Foundation President Keiko James Now due to the limited capacity of zoom there will be limited live spots each week available to everyone who registers However, each weeks recording will be sent to anyone who registers so come to breakpoint dot org for more details and Fiji's Paul tells us that we don't wrestle against flesh and blood but against the rulers, the authorities, the cosmic powers over this present darkness against the spiritual forces of evil in heavenly places when people see us their enemies, it's difficult to remember that they aren't our enemies. So what we need to do as Paul Instructs this put on the former of God Faith Truth Righteousness Peace Salvation the word of God. And he says praying at all times in the spirit with all prayer and supplication keeping alert with all perseverance making supplication for all the Saints, and the Book of acts the earliest church activity we read off is prayer thousands of people from completely different backgrounds came together in one mind one art in prayer with one accord. That's what acts chapter one, verse fourteen and Chapter Two versus forty. Two seven says than what happened with the Holy Spirit moved in the world was never the same in fact, every spiritual revolution in history. With some kind of unified persevering prayer the very first outpouring of the holy. Spirit. In acts to the great awakenings, the businessman's revival and the Welsh revival story after story, you read the same thing people prayed God's spirit moved on the other hand every Christian history who was able to persevere and righteousness. Temptation or persecution without seeing revival in their lifetime they also did that through prayer. Our prayer of course cannot force God's hand but are only way forward is to seek his will together are purse can't control God. But we can invite him to change our hearts and minds including our own gods always working in our lives whether we realize it or not. But something powerful and world changing happens when people pray for God's spirit to move. The, Great Jonathan Edwards urged his fellow pastors to quote be much in prayer and fasting both in secret and with one another it is God's will. He said that the prayers of his saints shall be great and the principal means of carrying on the designs of Christ's kingdom in the world. When God has something to accomplish for his church, it is with his will that there should precede it the extraordinary prayer of his people Paul even tells us to pray for all things at all times for sesame chapter five specifically for our leaders both spiritual and secular as what the

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'Who's the Boss?' reboot confirmed by Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano

Steve Cochran

00:52 sec | Last week

'Who's the Boss?' reboot confirmed by Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano

"For Who's the Boss fans? Yeah, looks like the old eighties nineties, Siri's is going to be coming back Tony Danza and Alissa Milano. I've already signed on for the reboot. Tony Danza's character will be playing a former major league baseball player, Alyssa Milano, his daughter on the show will be playing a single mom. Judith Light, has not yet signed on for the project, although she is said to be very supportive of it on the young man, Danny Pretoria pin Toro. Was the younger son of the show. Jonathan also has not signed on for yet. I thought the most hilarious person on that show what was the mother, Mona actress Catherine Heldman, and she passed away. Last year, but it was it was a popular show for 8 10 years. Something like that,

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Progress slow as urgency grows on virus relief legislation

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:13 min | Last week

Progress slow as urgency grows on virus relief legislation

"Saw potential step forward in the congressional negotiations for another corona virus relief package after weeks of Resistance Senate. Majority leader Mitch McConnell said he will support an extension of the now lapsed six hundred dollar federal unemployment insurance relief every week that is if president trump backs it. The American people in the end need help. And wherever this thing settled. Between the President United States and his team, it have to sign it into law. And the Democrat. Not Significant minority in the Senate and majority in the House. Is something I'm prepared to support even if I have some problems. With. Certain parts of it. So, Jake Sherman, you cover Mitch McConnell you know him very well that's as close as you'll get to seeing. Mitch. McConnell concede there where he effectively said, okay, I know this bill's been sitting on my desk for three months. I've got some problems with the Democrat bill from the house, but I may be willing to budge on that six hundred dollar weekly payment. The original counteroffer from Republicans as you know had been two hundred dollars a week. So if he concedes on that point, get six, hundred dollars a week of unemployment benefits to people who need it. So desperately right now does that mean we're going to get deal here. Will I think Willie? We're going to get a deal at some point in the next week. It looks not promising, but it looks possible. Here's the catch Mitch McConnell's not a part of these negotiations right now also for the first time in a long time, we could kind of say that Mitch McConnell's view here is a little bit tangential to the overall negotiations. Now Mark Meadows and Steven Mnuchin who have been in the negotiations have offered four hundred dollars a week until December fifteenth, which also by the way is a very big concession for the GOP people. We actually in playbook this morning give a blow by blow full with good chock full of quotes from inside of the negotiating room. During a two and a half hour meeting yesterday in the capital illustrating that there are a lot of issues that remain open to get corona virus for leads to American people just to give a sense about how far we kind of our from virus package, they are bringing in the postmaster general today to talk to the negotiating team about the needs of the US Postal Service because there is such a divide on how much the post office might need to complete its operations. So again, these negotiations are very fraught they're complicated and they're dragging on almost two weeks in I. Think we'll have another week at least before this bill is passing both sides want to get a deal before Friday. Jonathan Does Jake says Mitch McConnell's not involved particularly here. Specifically, neither is the President United States. He's taken a hands off approach to the entire negotiation sending US chief of staff. Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin into do the negotiating here. How badly does the White House needed deal? Does the president recognized that more than thirty million people just lost that six hundred dollar week check that's allowing them to survive for the last several months urgency from the White House on this. There is really the president in the last twenty, four hours or so has insisted he is playing a role in these negotiations, but we know that is largely not the case that he has need. Deferred it to his chief of staff and Treasury Secretary and Jake don't certainly don't extra job outlining how these negotiations have gone. But yes, there was a keen awareness that this is a president who's facing voters in under three months and that Americans are hurting right now and then beyond just wanting to have a helping hand to those who have suffered so much during this pandemic of course, there's an towards his reelection chances here, and if unemployment numbers can you to go with the economic slowdown, economic recovery slows down that only hurts his chances. They are trying to push here. The they understand that they're in a bad spot have not gone well, the each day that it drags on is a bad day for this president who again is trying. So desperately to pointed idea of a recovery economic recovery as opposed to how he has handled her barracks better said handled the coronavirus pandemic to this point.

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Fashioning the Enslaved Servant, an interview with Dr. Jonathan Michael Square

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:59 min | Last week

Fashioning the Enslaved Servant, an interview with Dr. Jonathan Michael Square

"Thank you so much for joining us today Dr Square. Welcome to dress. You so much for having me. I'm excited about the conversation. Yeah. Me Tell and what that conversation is. Really kind of going to center on today is part just part of your research for a book that you're working on currently. But. Before we get to that I'd like to ask you first how you came to the feel of fashion studies because this is something that I've started recently asking all of our guests. We actually get a lot of questions from people about like how do you become a fashion historian or fashion scholar and I, think it's really really interesting and compelling to hear about all of the various different passes study that kind of leave some of us to what we do. We'll April I was actually born fashion. I love that. But in all seriousness, nurtured a lifelong interest in creative expression. My parents went to art school in I grew up around their art. So anyone who's known me for a long time will tell you that art and fashion. They've always been passions of nine. There was a moment where I like dabbled with being a fashion blogger. Do remember fashion bloggers. Before influencers pre influencers. Exactly like if you Scroll Deacon. Some. Items, you'll see me trying to be a fashion blogger. I cringe. At, those posts. But I won't delete them because I have like this historians archiving in post like just like jump into your head from that moment. But in any case, didn't really start to identify as a fashion scholar into like the tail end of my doctoral studies and did a PhD in history it in my you. Know what I was doing. Created a digital humanities projects. Fascinating freedom. Admitted to be like online resources, people who are interested in the relationship between fashion, the fashion industry in. Slavery. In also being from the Vienna of always been interested in the history of slavery in my own history is an ascendant of enslaved peoples. So this my current research, digital humanities, projects, sort of Mary's those two interests. So but I would say dead, you know it's through that project. I became less a fashion consumer, a lover fashion in that became a real fashion scholar off the tonight fashioned myself. Myself into a fashion scholar, and we will definitely at the end when I ask you how people can find. You can tell people and direct people to that resource, which is still online. You know you're talking about being a historian and an you have remarked me in the past that our research is incredibly important to you, and that you I'm quoting you both fetish is and theorize the archive. In what way does that inform your research particularly, the research that you're doing right now yet, that's a great question. I mean. I think fashion designers, I don't think I know fashion designers use textiles in is story I used ticks in in a Lotta ways. I. Think it's the same intellectual work. In different mediums, my research based in part on abject analysis. So this chapter that we're going to describe amusing to as coastal worn by enslaved valets as appointed departure, but really the grist of the research lies in analysis of archival documentation. In historians, we're taught to think critically about the archive as an epistemological space. Was not just a repository of dusty. Oh documents. It's a place where knowledge is created. It's also a place where some narratives or privilege in other narratives are excluded are sidelined. In, all comes down to power. You know the word archive comes from over in ancient, Greek, which I will not bother butcher. On Your podcast. But the word means to be I, are to rule. So a lot of words that convey power in control whether it's Monarch are hierarchy or anarchy sort of the Ri- from the same word. So archives are about power. In the archive in those who control, they'd have the power to save bonaire to. Are To control. The way history is told whether it's historical figure our nation. In my particular case, it's a for profit company. In Brooks brothers particular. Its archive is run by a DC based marketing firm in corporate archive known as the history factory. It was founded in nineteen, seventy, nine in the history factory helps construct corporate identities and build brand narratives, and so you can think about the survival of Brooks, brothers. Archive is being indebted. To this firm. Founders of the history factory actually restyle to brooks brothers in the late Seventies. Early Eighties when the company was on the brink of bankruptcy, you know people weren't really buying suits anymore and they really had to restructure. In. This firm basically archived at his own expense. It doesn't they believe that it was important. For the history of the company now myself getting lost in. The weeds, the research? When the company was bought by Claudio Delvecchio. Awesome Brooks sputters, enthusiasts, he paid for the the BECO IT expenses. In History Company, she still advises Brooks Brothers. The often tell them to focus on innovation in nonconformity on, of course, their brand strategy sort of ACLU's any connection to slavery, but you can think about the survival of Brooks is being due to like the generosity are the largest of these like to wealthy white man who have emotional connections to the brand

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Trump Again Assails Mail-In Voting

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:06 min | Last week

Trump Again Assails Mail-In Voting

"So. We have a new phenomenon. It's called in it's called mail in voting. We you send your. Wall. Terms of of. The kind of millions and millions of ballots never. Because if the pandemic that bigger massively big. Send tens of millions of ballots to California all over the place to WHO's going to get them I have a friend lives in Westchester send applications that his son passed away beautiful wonderful son young man passed away seven years ago he called me said I just got I just got a ballot. Probably Robert Probably died seven years ago somebody got a ballot for a dog somebody gotta balance for something. You got millions of ballots going nobody even knows where they're going. You look at some of the corruption having to do with universal, mail in voting absentee voting is okay. You have to apply you have to go through a process you have to apply the mainly same good. And they're sending out applications. Delon means of ballots an. Applications you. No way you can go through a mail in vote without massive cheating. You know you could have a case where this election will be decided on the evening of November third absolute selection. Two months later, two months. What's wrong with the property mailing cow cited many months later you discussed by because lots of things will happen during that period of time especially when you have tight margins, lots of things can happen. Get the outward visible frustration of the president when you presented him with the facts about absentee voting, he's tried to make this distinction between absentee voting, which he has done himself mail in voting distinction without a difference most experts say, did you walk out of that room Jonathan with the feeling that if he loses the vote on election night or the couple of days after even once the mail in ballots are counted that he would accept the result. I think. You probably see a repetition of what we saw in two, thousand eighteen when in Florida, that's a race that I think people should go back and revisit the how you wanting to see what you think the president might do off the election. So there's a very plausible scenario in which the president is looking very strong on election night because he has convinced his supporters that voting by mail is unsafe he get a lodge in. Vote during pandemic. And some of these states, some of these key battleground states it takes awhile to count them. Pennsylvania's good example, and if you start seeing scenario in which in the days off the election, the in vote starts to come in and it stops to train more and more towards Joe Biden. By suspicion based on previous behavior is that president trump would call for a halt to voting and would try to litigate in in various states so that's where I think this is heading.

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Using Your Brain Without Thinking

Developer Tea

07:38 min | Last week

Using Your Brain Without Thinking

"What does it mean to use your brain? And how is that different than just thinking? As developers engage in thinking all the time but here's a entirely separate part of our brains that we might be missing out on using. That could be better at solving some of the problems that we face on a day-to-day basis. My Name is Jonathan trailer listening to develop for T and my goal on the show helped driven developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. One of the amazing things about the. Human. Brain. Is Its ability to process complex topics. This is why we can write code that is abstracted so many levels. Away, from a physical reality that we have to tangibly think about. We can imagine entire. Kind of universes where we can create stories and. keep track of those stories while we read a book. A book that was written with a bunch of characters that are enough themselves abstractions. These are characters that we may not have ever even seen that specific character that specific size before. But somehow we are able to process all of this information and create meaning out of it. This is an incredible feat and part of our kind of intellectual superiority that we are aware of the domination that we have over the world around us. Has Given us. A somewhat distorted picture of what the brain is actually capable of more importantly where the limits are. And it's very simple to see the limits of your brain and specifically limits that we're gonNA talk about today. If you want to test these limits you can. Try to brute force memorize the first twenty digits of Pi. This isn't a lot of information. It's just twenty digits in after all we can process a lot more. Information than just twenty digits, we can read entire books with thousands of pages and understand them. So what is it about remembering twenty digits? Makes it difficult? Here's another exercising might want to try. that. You've probably faced already in your career, go and look at the features of what say three or four different libraries, popular libraries or three or four different languages and try to decide which one is best. This kind of information that you have to process. It's really difficult to do because the number of variables and that's the critical factor for today's episode, the number of variables that you have to weigh against each other. Can Be really large temper variables. You can imagine for example. That you're trying to deduce which which language should you learn next let's say you're a beginner programmer and maybe you're trying to decide which language to learn. You can use variables like the market size. You can try to quantify how much you enjoy that language or. Even how much you expect to enjoy it in the future, you can imagine you would use measures like the number of available repositories on get hub or get hubs own report of the trends for a given language. How do you decide what trend to use or how far back to look? These are all different questions they you would have to try to answer and then compare between the different languages. And so now you have this very large list of pros and cons and. You sit down and try to look over that information, but this is. Where we hit our limit. Our ability to cognitively process or think about something on purpose. We only have so much capacity to think in parallel. This is critical factor remember again, the number of variables were very good about thinking about one thing. At a time. In fact, most of the advice that you receive on this podcast is an attempt to get you to think about fewer things at any given point in time and reduce the things that you are working on to the simplest form. So you don't have to keep a lot of information in your head. But if you are trying to make a decision complex decision with a lot of variables. There is another part of our brains we can tap into what's interesting is that as knowledge workers, we are paid for using this one specific part of our brain, this prefrontal CORTEX. The part that's responsible for thinking very deeply and thinking very focused manner. But. There's another part of our brains that can help us think more abstractly. And without the same limits of the cognitive processing limits, the would find in the prefrontal CORTEX. Lots of studies. For example, one from Carnegie Mellon support the idea that the rest of our brain is working on the problem. In parallel to us focusing on other things. For example. If you expose yourself to all of the information about the various programming languages that you're considering let's say you have four of them. Then you can go and do something totally unrelated to that. Your going to keep on working on that decision problem. Now, we're not really consciously aware of this and there's no way to become aware of it but once we return to that problem at a later point in time we may have a different sense of clarity and we might even have. We might feel is a gut intuition, but actually it's an intuition that was given to us by that unconscious processing that's happening in the rest of our brain. So. Here's the critical thing to to take away I. We said the the most critical thing is to remember that this has to do with the number of variable. So if you can reduce the number of variables that you're thinking about, then you can actually process those entirely in that prefrontal. CORTEX. For example, if you're working on a math problem, this is a perfect example of processing in the prefrontal. CORTEX. But if you're working on something that requires much more evaluation much further a can of discussion about multiple variables or a comparison between multiple things, and that's not something that you're going to be able to hold in your prefrontal Cortex, the working memory for of a better explanations too small. So the prescription to fix this problem is to expose yourself to the information all the relevant information for making a given decision and then go and do something else. Maybe take a walk give yourself something that's totally unrelated that won't allow your mind drift backing and try to process that information again, on purpose in that intentional and conscious way.

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Your Awake Heart Is Calling You

Tara Brach

05:09 min | Last week

Your Awake Heart Is Calling You

"Are Reflection tonight is You're awake cart is calling you. That's the title. And I thought I'd start with A. Story that I was reminded of recently, it happened some years back at when I was teaching at CHR- Apollo a weekend on awakening loving presence and. One evening we were exploring getting into a real deplace of inner listening. And I had I arranged to have my husband. Jonathan play the flute. So we're going to get into a real quiet place and then listen to the flute music. So we did a meditation and the room became very very still and then all of a sudden a woman's cell phone went off as has happens and it was the yellow rose of Texas didn't don't don't. You know it and so often the songs blaring. She panicked says, she tries to grab her phone out of her bag but by mistake she hit the speaker phone. So you hear this voice going. She's grabbed trying to grab her mom is that you? So she's trying to get out of the room because she was up front and you hear this voice going mom speak to be mom are you OK? Mom. She was so embarrassed she left the room and what really struck me about it and when she came back. This is a person who is kind of new to the practice and so on and she told me what happened how many people came to our afterward who said That kind of thing that happens to me, it's terrible and kind of gave her a hug and. She got brought back into the community by people saying, Hey, I know what? It's lake you know. It's such deep conditioning to feel separate and that something's wrong with us to feel. Separate and then to forget how other people. Are Feeling when things go on for them, we have we kind of forget the subjective real -ness of people what they're experiencing and there's this. To me magical question which is. What's it like for you right now? You know what is life like for you? and. What is it like we have this capacity, these mirror neurons and a lot more in our brain to extend our perceptiveness and really feel with. And yet we? Depending on degree of stress. Forget that question. So we forget of somebody has a disability what is it like for you? Are Somebody's partner just after twenty years just suddenly said, Hey, this is over we're ending relationship. What's it like in those moments for that person? Are for the person right now and the beginning of two, thousand and seventeen, who's an immigrant. And is unsure of their status. The african-american applying for a job and this white dominant business. What's it like for you? What is this like for you? So we forget, and as I mentioned, we have this capacity for actually training and remembering more and more. To really sense subjective realness. So. There's a story that I heard a long long time ago that to me captures some with a Sikh master who gives his two most devoted disciples. Each. A chicken and may says, go where no one can see kill the chicken. So one goes behind a shed and picks up an axe and chops off the chickens hat. And the other wanders around for hours and it returns back with chicken alive. And the masters. So what happened and his response was I can't find a place to kill the chicken where no one can see me everywhere I go. The chicken sees. So for to that chicken was real. And Conscious and felt pain. And as we deepen our awareness of our own vulnerable being as we have that courage to contact the real. Vulnerability. What happens is more and more other humans become real. That is the process others care about their lives. They WANNA stay alive they want to be happy. So I've always been taken by the story and particularly I've taken by it right now when so many feel this dismay like the the message of the stories all life matters all life is precious and just. So in our atmosphere dismay that in a way society wise work regressing and that there's a sense that we're reverting more in the direct mentality are some are the real humans and matter, but others don't matter.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Now here's your host Vera Eisenberg Hey so what's new with you here. What what even up to. What have I done? I've accidentally clicked on instagram stories of people basically talking to the screen and then they say Hello Laura. Instagram live feeds. Yeah because they're tired. Everyone's just talking to each other for all of us to be part of tour to watch. Yeah but it is weird that we are just throwing it all all out there. Yeah living living my life through screens all the time. It's very very wearying. You know the thing about is I have some friends who have taken to calling me starting to face time with me just out of the Blue. Oh no without any prep work without any warning and so suddenly. It's like their faces at my window. I in here are you here. You WanNa talk and it's it's I find it weirdly intrusive. Yeah and you can just see their thought there like. I'm just GonNa facetime with Jonathan Right. Now see what he's up to and all of a sudden you're like what are you doing in my house. It's like you're annoying neighbor. Hi Hi I see your I do your home and I I saw that. You have twenty dollars so I came by to borrow twenty dollars. So do you ignore them or did you pick them up? No I pick him up because I'm terribly lonely. You know and I I do. I have had similar things or even just phone calls. I do Hanoch when someone calls me on the phone and I really appreciate that. Some people know how to gracefully and a phone conversation because that isn't art and it is a lost art because we all used to know how to do that. Just fine the natural ending the natural closure and leave. My Dad's thing is to say. Well I'll let you go. He says that every time. Oh yeah doing me a favor right and I know I know you and I'm GonNa busy. I know you don't WanNa talk to me. My mother always used to say I love you but leave you at the end of a conversation that means I love you but I'm leaving right now. The conversation she you know she lived in Canada for a fifty years of her life. But it was always like she'd just gotten there and so I feel like she would take little things like from songs or expressions or you know common sayings and she would just Ri put them in her own Central Asia. Some new some new idea. That's right yeah so at the end of the conversation should be like love. You believe you when you're breaking up with them. What are the funniest things that a friend of mine ever did to me was? I was talking to them on the phone. And it was nearing the end of the conversation and they said Hey. Tell me if this sounds like a phone hang up and then they hung up on no and for for a second. I was like yeah. They're really terrible. It was a funny joke I appreciated. Yeah that's that's on par with the first time in only the first time. That someone's voicemail was the old. Hello Hello I think my voicemail messages. Still sorry everybody. That's great well a fear I guess I guess I'll let you go. No no no hang on. Hang on. Hang on you've got some time. I know you've got some time. Do I have nothing but talk? You know what I need. I need to do show. It would really make me feel so much better. Yeah I need to do the show to..

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"jonathan right" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"Like now. Who SOLVE THEIR PROBLEM? Who they're going to look to. Next time they have another problem. You become the lynchpin of the group immediately and so in my network and practice. I'm always like that. I'M GONNA go talk with five people and then I'm going to circle them together number five. Did you meet number one number five and one? Did you eat number two number five to number three number five one two and three number four and all of a sudden? Guess what I did for them. I didn't disconnect one to one see and networking. What happens is people? They can handle that usually but what they don't know how to do is. How do you get a group of three people vitamin and Jonathan Right? Have you ever been to a party? You ever notice if you're there with one buddy. It's kind of cool but even though there's two of you there you can still feel a little bit awkward. You ever notice that event like even though you got your buddy even you might have your spouse and then what happens. Guess what would a third person is there with you guys. Isn't it true you feel a little better? It's almost like in groups of three in a social environment. We feel awkward if it just US two Weirdos on the side feels a little awkward if we can get a third Weirdo with us. That's way better right. So what are you doing? Are Uniting the weirdoes. That metaphor went too far. But I think you get the idea meet five connect five and that alone will be powerful. If that's all you got from the session if that is blowing your mind if you didn't do that at your last five networking events. Please don't tell me you don't need coaching. There is another level of life practices. That is what we call the high performance experience right there. It's like lots of people go to a networking event but very few experienced a high performance experience at that event. You know what I'm saying people go there. I met one person feel good but some people leave no wing five people and having five real relationships. It's a different level of experience. They have that's why you're in coaching. That's why we're here together. This is why we do the work. It's just to get this idea right. I want you to think about this. Go in be the lynchpin. If you're ready to take your life to a whole level make sure you grab my Book High Performance Habits. How extraordinary people become that way? It's available on Amazon right now. And when you order your copy you really supporting my channel and the message and you're also getting a book that will reveal to you twenty years of my research into what is it that helps people go to a new level of success in their life. What is it really take? What habits are proven to help you reach long term success in your career? Your health your personal life your relationships. It's called high performance habits. How extraordinary people become that way? It's available on Amazon right now..

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"jonathan right" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast

Pick Six NFL Podcast

11:32 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast

"Host of the shower today. Just because our season's over doesn't mean this show stops is rolling sir. Someone asked us that by being Brady Quinn acid that like what are you GonNa do now that the season's over who still go every day really. Is that what you said I did. I did say that I'll just jump ends. You didn't do. The proper protocol introduced anyone. Not that I was introduce myself or Jonathan Jones on the podcast today. Jonathan Right. We're going to be talking with you. See you get it. You did it right. You didn't do the thing that Wilson does where he talks for three minutes taking. Yes breaches here. Jj what's happening. It's just a little disrespectful but yeah I'm here. I appreciate it. Brady Bro Unbelievable. They look we all. Just get done at the super bowl trying to get through this week. Leave your question about whether or not what you guys do. I I think I might have posted. I think I asked if he goes into. XFL these I have to cover the XFL golf. We are great cool. You keep this conversation rolling. I thought you question was just done until August or like No the show goes daily. Throughout the course of the year I will be taking basically the a month the Judaism. We'll find people to fill in for me You Know Yada Yada Oysters. Croquet Jonathan Nature trying to be one of those people filling in for him in June I think I'm going to be taking off a lot of June and July so probably Briscoe PRISCO actually was the one that I think last year he he kept asking me to do it with him. Well I it prints fill it shows. I can't believe it's true. July beach time my time with the Ray Baker the son was like wow allow OK P. I'll try to help you out buddy. Well we'll do a show together. Deebo can attest to you by the way those shows like twenty eight minutes episodes. What's Today's show? We are the future of the cheese and the forty niners started dynasty. Stay tuned to find out We will also be doing a a little Diva was demon was a busy beaver down at the down at the Super Ball. He went and did the bud light red carpet slash blue carpet it. I headed the guns and roses show. I've sold guns roses at the bud. Light Hotel incredible with a BUD light arena. Whatever it was America's airline American Airlines Arena Fun Fun fact. Myself and K R podcasts. Are we're told by An Old lady behind us to stop talking and sit down during a guns roses concert. Oh right so we're supposed to jump in there and be outraged by that. I'm like okay Sir. I just don't like if it was like I feel like you should be able to stand up and he concert. You want to stand up for guns and roses specifically is very weird. Wanted to be like excuse like she was like she's like you dated stop moving. We can't see and then like she pointedly her kids and I was like. What do you want after like yellow issues? Like these aren't even your seats. I pulled out my ticket style flash on my phone I pointed. This is like when you talk related that you're nuts and then. Her husband Leans in to E. K.. And he goes. Imagine having to deal with that every day of your life But yeah that was a killer concert slash man that lost a step. He shreds if you get a chance to see gene are under upcoming tour highly. Recommend it and So stay tuned for that at the back. I can't for some bud light interviews via Deebo. Who did really just breakout week for diva? You mentioned impressive wait. Why didn't you invite anyone else? So what to the red carpet deal. I'm sure we could have gotten in the event but I'm still only no chance we've got nothing probably concert wasn't i. I mean I enjoyed meek mill and the baby and callous and friend. This is the problem with with with our group is no one communicates. We one hundred percent could have gotten more people in that thing and not. I just worked the red carpet. But no-one communicates. I would've loved to have gone so appreciate that you know. He was sitting in the hundred level seats. One one row or two rows behind Odell Beckham to Shawn Watson Watching Meek Mill in concert. The Sean Jackson. I don't WanNa put throw Shawn Watson under the bus about you. Go to Sean Jackson. I will say to the depot. Taxi me he was like so. He's like guns and roses now. Apparently the red carpet was rainy weather wasn't exactly chock-full on on Friday night. You said the top Celebrity you talked to Kyle Brandt I missed. Snoop Dogg so kyle. Brandt ended up being the top. CELEB- do awesome. Kyle's absolute stud. He's one of the funniest creative people like he's who I love to watch on TV because he's he's always bringing something. I Love Kyle. He's also Kyle's cousin best. He's he's been a guest on this podcast. I just think it's hilarious. That like divas causing like full Miami any gear. You know he loves guns and roses and that's going to be on the back in here. Yes you will hear from Kyle. What did you ask him covering? Just about the Eagle all strictly ten minutes about the Eagle's even a Philly Guy I don't think he grew up there but he's a he's a big fan now. We talked we talked. Philip Rivers As little tease we talked Philip rivers. We talked devante Parker versus Sammy Watkins. So that you have to look forward to just about Devante Sammy with Kyle. Just some inside pick six jokes okay. Cool I heard this. I can't wait to listen to it. hey shut up to my mom for listening to our shoe bowl recap. She texted me instead of a really good podcast. That's exciting And Salad Patrick Mahomes. He's about to be Four hundred four hundred millionaire Mahomes said after the super bowl that stuff tanno with other people as it relates to this contract. Obviously I want to be in Kansas City for a long time. I understand that and also to win a lot of football games here for me. It's kind of letting that stuff handle itself. I The read this like we who be he's MVP and his first year fifty pounds and five thousand passing yards. What if you were Brady? If you were passing homes and you put up those numbers and you had his resume through Three years and lead to starter. What would would you? Would you be K.. Listen I want my four hundred million dollars in forty million a year. Now would you Kinda ride it out and try to Max out your value on the open market. I'd be curious how you you would handle it as a as a quarterback with his resume. Well first off. Let's like it too outrageous here. Four hundred million dollars. I mean that's at the top now. I think what he needs to look at or ask himself is does he wants to do something. That would be. Revolutionary from a player's standpoint and and four quarterbacks and players moving forward or does he just care about himself and this window of opportunity with this team. That's the first thing asked asked himself no because if he doesn't care about trying to do I don't want to say what Kirk cousins did but along those lines where you press as far as you can to get the free agency ency and you see if you can really truly maximize your value. Even though there's no chance Kansas City is ever going to let this guy get two free agency. The longer you push and keep turning down deals the longer their quarterback the higher the price tag goes up unless you have some sort of catastrophic injury which in this case. I'm sure he's insured like I'm sure he's got a policy for loss of value if that were to take place so you have to answer that question first and then then the math is really gonNA lead you to somewhere around the ballpark of forty million average annual salary per year. Maybe even more maybe like forty two and that's going to encompass the let's just say what twenty eight twenty nine million. He's over the next two years. And then two years of consecutive franchise tags and then you put a premium on top of that for basically getting his services at this point in time. So if I like ballpark look at like what I would ask for that. I think is not unreasonable. Still allows the team to build around me and and allows me to be a Kansas City chiefs and get a huge payday right away. I would look for one hundred. Twenty million total guaranteed at signing. I would look for six. Is Our seven year deal right so really a five-year extension. I think is what I want to look at because that allows teams have been pro rated over the period of time. And so they don't have to give me a huge lump sum Right away I mean they will but not necessarily a for accounting purposes so that's still does allow them to work in and factor and things for the future and I do that deal now instead of waiting for another year and so that way. I understand exactly what they're working with. Moving forward and I'm still in the prime of my career. That's probably I would go about looking at it. I think that contract if you look at the money isn't everything that's going to be owed You're probably looking at somewhere. North of like total value. When it's all said and done for an additional five years opuses I hope this sound crazy but now you're talking about some two hundred million north of that? So that's that's where I foresee this going. I think that's honestly something I'd sign and it would be a fair offer unless I want to set a precedent and I don't necessarily think he's going to want to be able to turn down how much money they're gonNA throw on right now. Does this deal done this offseason. Jj It should ah get done this off season Lamar was obviously saying. Yeah just fifteen months the prices. Just keep going up right and you don't if you're the Kansas City chiefs you you obviously don't wish or hope for catastrophic injury at any point. That's the only thing that would that you would say okay. We're not GONNA pay you like you need to signal to everyone around that this is your guy that what he has done. The last two years is enough to get him paid. I will say this like you know if I'm Patrick Mahomes because I understand what Brady is saying from a team perspective and also from a teammate perspective. Certainly moving money around for purposes. But also you want a number of bites at the apple if if you are Patrick Mahomes at twenty four years old. Where you may not want to be locked into that deal through your age thirty one season especially with this new? CBA coming up especially continue to change the game the way that he is. It's like you know could you. And I know there was reportedly an attempt by Aaron Rodgers and is representation to tie his His annual salary to a percentage of the salary Catholics as we get a new. CBA as agents employers get more creative. I would want to maintain that flexibility in so Brady Brady. I'm right there with you. that it may sound crazy that it's five years two hundred million dollars but I think that ultimately that's that's what's going to be fair and that's going to be four or five million dollars average for year more than anyone else's making at the top of the food chain but like that's what it has to be and if I'm patching holes again I want to get back and get another bite at that. The Big Free Agency apple really before I turned thirty. Yeah I'm trying to think of his new CBA. Like I can't imagine a situation not with the way that the legalization of sports it's gambling and the influence of the gambling money now maybe maybe it flat lines a little bit out of the gate. We saw that in two thousand and eleven captain spike immediately sort of flat at first people were criticizing criticizing union. Yada Yada Yada. It took off like crazy in the last five years the cat of the CPA..

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"jonathan right" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:41 min | 8 months ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on TechStuff

"Think. And it all starts in the palm of your hand you may have heard the news. Five G. is coming but what does that really mean. How would it impact impact me in this new heart series? This time tomorrow presented by team above a business join me as well ocean and my cursed carrot price as we walk you through the true revolution immobility. That will change the way we interact with the world around us from environmental science into law enforcement. Entertainment Healthcare and travel innovation is coming. Join us as we explore. How this revolution could impact your life and here just how close we are getting to a more connected future full of possibilities in the age of five G.? This time tomorrow tomorrow presented by team about a business is now available on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. The interesting thing about this survey we've been kinda talking about the things they found but one of the things they were specifically looking for. Was this idea media of social isolation and does the use of social media contribute to social isolation. Is it true that we are actually withdrawing from society in favor of the interactions that we have on social networking services according to the survey spoiler alert. No no it's not have not not yet they said that According to the survey that social isolation has not really changed since nineteen eighty five which this is just for people who aren't paying really close attention nineteen ninety-five not really a big year for the Internet. Eighty five if you were using the Internet you're in a research search facility or a university You're not the average person because of course the worldwide web the the main way we tend to think about interacting with the Internet apart heart from APPs and stuff. That's starting to really take control but web wasn't a thing until ninety two so eighty-five obviously before social networking services are the thing. I really like three people on prodigy as eighty and that was yeah. Yeah so if you're on a bulletin board maybe but It's before social networking services obviously But these the extent of social isolation hasn't really changed since then that tells us that it's very possible social networking networking services. Don't have a big impact now. We can't say that for sure because there are a lot of different facts factors. Yeah it could be that we are Reducing social isolation at an exponential rate but the social networking services are pulling that back so it could be that there is an impact on social isolation isolationist. Just that other factors are pushing it forward so it ends up balancing out. This is the complex thing about science. This is why drawing conclusions is difficult. You you have to do a lot of studies and really look at all the different factors and try and control for as many variables as possible because otherwise whatever you say could turn out to be not not so true in the grand scheme of things. But based upon what this survey found it looks like social networking services are not turning us all into hermits from the same Pew Internet study. I think it's a different one. I didn't write down which studies from a my notes but It's been found that mobile phone use. WHO's actually made our contact tactless smaller but more intense? That makes sense so for instance. You know it's not that it's not that the relationships are less meaningful. It just means that the ones ones that we contact with really depending upon them and that we might be using a phone in order to make that connection as opposed to. Necessarily you know walking across the street or or driving to a friend's house or being up at a coffee shop or whatever to me that just means that we're transferring that same need for interaction to a different medium. It doesn't mean that we're losing that interaction. It just means that it's a you know we're taking advantage of technology in ways that we couldn't before which is awesome because I mean I'm sure sure you've known people who have moved away you yourself have moved a few times until I play Halo every Wednesday nights that I get to hang out with my friends. Who Don't live here anymore right? So Oh this is technology giving us those social interactions that otherwise we might lose rank if if we were to relocate or friends relocate and in my view that's a huge positive it means that those those those relationships that have been formed over years sometimes decades of knowing knowing one another don't fade away. They still remain relevant because technology allows us to continue to build those relationships now. Those interactions the the nature of the might change event. But it's still a very important part of who we are and how we interact. Yeah and for some people You you know there. There are Mentally and physically disabled people the elderly New New mothers who can't get out of the house all kinds of people who have been doing medical studies with a to see if use of the Internet can actually give them better social interaction. Sure on it's it's it's been found to reduce depression and lots of those groups and has really helped people out so yeah I've even seen that. There have been studies done with people who have various mental health conditions missions who otherwise would find it very difficult to socialize. They either dog just awkward like me and Jonathan Right. No no no that people who who really find it difficult to form any kind of social contact. It's just one of those things that it's a block for them share and it can be very frustrating especially they observed that other people are capable of doing this and there are so many factors involved here. There's a there's an entire taboo about mental health in our culture. That is that's problematic and so awful. Yeah and it feeds on itself right. It turns this thing where it just melts on the person who's experiencing this and some of the studies studies had people using social networks and and they were finding it much easier to interact with people and making suggestions on how to create a social network with tools. That would allow them to have integrated or interaction. That's you think about that like this is this is what technology should do. Technology should help the people so that they can interact any way they want in the you know in a way that brings them the satisfaction that people can have. You know the people who don't have these conditions tend to find naturally I like this to me. It's to me. It's a great thing and it anything that decreases creases that sense of isolation in that sense that taboo is a good thing And it's it's an added dimension it doesn't have to be doesn't have to be replacement it can be and things exchange. Socrates was terrified. That writing was going to ruin people's brains. Do I want to talk about this. But we're going to get into that all right now. Hang on one second now. Let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor today today. I want to talk to you about Caserta by Lutron. Smart Lighting Control brought to you by Lutron pioneers in Smart Home Technology. A lot of people think you need smart smart bulbs to get smart lighting but there is a smarter way Caserta Smart Dinners and switches. Replace the switch in your wall making all of the lights..

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"jonathan right" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on KOMO

"Ten fifty four steady rain showers a plan for the day and afternoon tomorrow very well very windy look for cost thirty five to forty miles per hour hi for the weekend in the mid fifties the northwest lifestyle weekend on komo news inside out with Tammy Michael's continues we do continue and I'd like to share something with you so you know I almost didn't come in today because I thought in my getting sick because every year at this time of year I get this sort of scratchy dry place in my lungs in my throat so I called my natural path to any cells to an anti doctor Jonathan right hello doctor Jonathan right and you know by reaching out to natural pass and also in dis they can tell you something that is now medical science and that is the fact that we went through a period of time that we were sold concerned about ventilation systems being tight and energy efficient the what we did is they created what was known as sick houses because you don't have indoor air quality I'll tell you how I ended up with this problem I don't want to get into the details of it but my husband and I had survived the attack on nine eleven I mean the attack in in New York and because at that time I was actually using it we capture video it was used and you know against those who because the attacks and it showed what happened we ended up in in the class of first responders because we've contributed the video and and it continues to be use for the prosecution of those who caused it but what I want to say is that we were down there and just like so many other first responders I lost about thirty percent of my air capacity in my lungs and it damaged my lungs so I forget this you know until comes about this time of year like bowl yeah that's right so maybe you grew up with the apparent there was a smoker that could be maybe you you used to smoke but what I want you to do is I want everybody to go to believe it or not the EPA website yes this is that's exactly what I'm saying and I'm gonna send you to energy dot gov this is a site that is put up by the EPA and environmental protection and here's what they're gonna give you they can give you all of the ventilation possibilities natural which means fresh air opening the window when I found out yeah that's what I have again that's what I did then there's whole house now this is really why I think people should do I'm not gonna go through their huge list because it's large and vast however there's something that's called the energy recovery ventilation systems and what it does is it provides controlled ventilation while minimizing your energy loss so if you have kids with asthma if you yourself have maybe you have someone in your family was COPD perhaps you have fall allergies which I'm fortunate enough to have you know I get this dust in my house and I forgot that I do this if you find yourself in your just like you don't have a fever you don't have a car if you don't have a runny nose your have an achy body but this happens to you you could be suffering from I have state doesn't have fresh air we put in a heating system a number of years ago and man we lock that put me down tight we meant to do this you know what when we did it but now we're going to do it and so it compares on this site ads energy dot gov and you can look it up they give you about ten different options explain each one which one is the least expensive the most effective it's worth your time to look through that especially if you are concerned about air quality can you know this is something that affects a lot of people doesn't know yeah I never talk about IQ called me thing can you be sick today and I am talking about the air tight home which we all remember like back in the eighties the nineties everybody make it so tight just nothing gets in not even a spider crawl in there and as I told you the replaces I stayed night's sleep on the floor whatever not a wake up call the congested like I don't get sick what's going on but there was no for sure of like old stale air exactly sitting on a jetliner exactly no air circulation yes soul that's like not good I worked in news room and I'm very fortunate to do that we give everybody the stink eye if they come in here with a cold or cough for any of them will say on the phone tell me are you contagious and said no no food no fever no fever whatever just congested and when you said dry air there's no ventilation going I forgot I went there you go things you learn all right any tips and fun facts from Paul Kristen dexter total anymore reference still rave about the perfect are brought last year let me help make your friends giving unforgettable board is one of the world's most popular Redlands made from Cabernet cab front and we're left it also makes the perfect gift for your picking off having.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This is Emma last piano recital because Emma was killed on interstate fifty seven in Jefferson County during a crash involving impaired and distracted driving I was eighteen please try responsible it really is a matter of life or death learn more dot com wrestling Tuesday Tuesday wrestling Tuesday returns to under the hood with Jonathan who on ESPN one thousand ESPN at this is Tuesday wrestling Tuesday with Jonathan right here on ESPN.

"jonathan right" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Finished. Into what's going to happen? And people. They were websites generally productive. No. Of course, new spoiler here. That Joe Biden. Lydon's weekend. Explain that the people Mike Allen because if you think it's the weekend from the weekend from hell. The vice president us coming up announcing his candidacy sometime in April. Is getting questions raised from around the party about his longtime old school old Paul dial, the more tactical style, which is summed up in a story on the front page of today's New York Times, which has got to give pause any advisor. His because it has the word creepy in it. Seventy six year old Biden has drawn attention in the past for intimate touching political allies, family members and even supporters. He's just met. This is what the New York Times says it's why it matters gestures that are seen as excessive to the point of creepy by some harmless by defenders now this on. Blew up on Friday when Lucy Flores who used to be a Nevada legislator had appeared with. The vice president at an event which was running for governor in twenty four. And she says that before going on stage you keep her on the back of her. Knicks smelled her hair gross went on. Then yesterday, Jake tapper go tell her story in person than last night on MSNBC went on TV hunts because. She said that she started says in invasion of her personal space. So by that with another a second statement about this say that not once never did. I believe I acted inappropriately and. Somebody important is coming out to depending. Stephanie Carter is an entrepreneur she's married to the former Defense Secretary ash Carter. There was a photo of her kind of blew up online with the president with the vice president of her. She's saying it was comforting her after she slipped on the ice right before her hasn't been swearing in as Defense Secretary. And she says that it was extracted Lisa leading from a longer moment between close friends. This is going around among Democrats now to borrow a phrase from political science the Overton window on allegations. I'm now looking at a picture of the vice president kissing Stephanie Carter on MSNBC live. You know, I've got it on the back of the show in my studio and morning Joe and the Overton window the cavenaugh hearings opened the window on past allegations back to high school, Joe seventy six Joe Biden, you're seventy six years old. So we are talking about. Sixty years of allegations. That might come pouring out now about feeling creeped out and this one because it was Lieutenant governor of Nevada was the one that broke the dam or the the straw on the camel's back. I think he gets swept away by this. Because honest to goodness hard running for president, Mike Allen, you know, this better than anyone it is day in day out twenty four seven on planes in restaurants, shaken hands, and he would have to change his habits. He would have to change how we interact with people. I've only sat down with him once and he was the happiest guy in the world believes across the table from me at APEC years ago, and I was doing the broadcast. You know, him quite much better than I do. He's always the same way. But that way may not be appropriate for these days. Interesting. You can't hear the Sam. But on morning, Joe, Mika Brzezinski was warning Democrats saying careful where you draw the line in the post to era, and it sounds like she's skeptical of the fact that should push him out. And so. She was making the point we honor and respect people in listening to people who say this bitchy were grind line. Short of this being disqualified now, I wanna talk I'm gonna switch candidates for you to Pete, but a judge Buddha judge, and I was taught by Chuck Todd how to say this Buddha is in happy Buddha. Judges in here comes the judge Pete Buddha. Judge released a statement he raised seven million dollars since launching in January. Josh crush, our friend says impressive. We have no comment from Tim Alberta because he's been celebrating since the Spartans one last night. But what do you think of seven million dollars in Pete booted judge? I think that's a big deal. No question. And mayor Pete has been a bit of a cult figure. There's been a lot of excitement around him. And you open to ask you Democrats, you've been veterans of other presidential campaign. What is it about mayor peak that has caught fire and what they say about him is the people like the freshness of people lake. Authenticity people like the fact that he's had military service, of course, from the heartland. Tell people love the fact that. Thirty seven. And is someone who is breaking the rules of how you run for president. After we got President Trump. You could no longer say that military services acquired or a particular kind of public service is required and mayor he is running into that opening now, Mike Allen. I'm so glad you did. It exactly like you. Did it raises issue with you? I like Pete a lot. I've been writing Liz off and have them come on the show. He'd be great on the show. I'll find out which house he lived in at Harvard, blah, blah, blah. We'll have some fun. But you did not mention that. He's a gay man who's married, and and nobody does which is great. It's terrific that it's not even in the lead. And everyone just say, yeah. So that's great. It's sort of like if race were gone from America's consciousness, but is it really gone are you and I just. In the air. Aaron our that just doesn't matter to anybody. Or are we in the area where people don't wanna talk about it for fear being thought that they are exploiting it for a negative reason? What what is the answer there? Background information about him. Included for people who are just meeting people that he would be the youngest president. He just over the thirty five barely there. He would be the first president. And the fact is military service to go with that. I think in the heartland maybe makes a difference in the coverage is that he doesn't bring it up. But people do ask him about it. And then he happily answers, but I see from the coverage Mike I've done twenty five thousand interviews. Some people are horrible interviews. And some people are wonderful interviews. Trump's a wonderful interview. He just is because he talks, and he has stories, and he's funny that you might not be right. And he's often inaccurate. I watch Pete Buddha judge. He's a wonderful interview. I mean, he just it just sits there and absorbs the camera or the microphone and has done. He has fun which is what you've got to have energy at my my late producer, very liberal fell. Who produced my TV show in L A for ten years. Martin burns just a wonderful guy every night before the show would go live, and we were live television in LA. He would say all three of us three co host energy, right? That was his number one word energy and Pete Buddha. Judge has energy. No question, and that's catching and people see that and people like that. And with the idea that we have a celebrity president. We have a president who's fluent in social media. We have a president who likes the direct communication, but it makes you think that that is going to be a promising model for the next candidate dark. You get myself here like, you know, you every single president in our lifetime has been a reaction to the one before them. But if you society, though, I don't think that that will be I don't think that reaction will be against the open direct constant communication. There's plenty of trumping react right now, let me close with the Harvard poll that was released by my friend. Mark Darren over at the institute of politics at the Kennedy School this morning. Bernie Sanders this among eighteen to twenty. Nine year old voters eighteen to twenty nine Mike. Bernie Sanders has thirty one percent lead. Joe Biden second place with twenty percent beta with ten percent in third place. Everybody else is way down there. Comal Harrah's five Elizabeth Warren four Cory Booker three and reacting to mayor Pete one Julian Castro one Tulsi Gabbard one gillibrand one Jay Inslee. Nobody knows who he is one Amy klobuchar one how do you react at eighteen to twenty nine year old and Garin in the folks, John delve? Oprah's a director pulling at the incident, politics, they're very good. What do you make of where the millennials are right now? Now, the fascinating headline that axios. Out of this yesterday in Johnson's wants. Email newsletter. Lena cream had this and the great headline was older candidates are winning the youngest. Oh, that's a great headline Jonathan right? The headline. It's a great headline. This is dreams scoop. And. Out here is that it's the candidates with the most experienced the name recognition are so far getting the most support we saw the same pattern in the two thousand sixteen cycle. But the fact that there's almost a little bit of a nostalgia of younger voters is a fascinating Trent what and it speaks to the unexpected strength Sanders. Sanders doesn't it does? He came factor out of the box. And we might have thought they did indeed Mike Allen. It is always great to have Mondays with Mike follow Mike at Mike.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wins Girardi pumps it for headman by the lightning net. DGT Miller at center, double teamed. He emerges with it. Drops it for headman the lightning zone. Slips, Sara Lee. Thanks for Miller. Hurry it in Corinth pursues the four check. He's after the bumps with horseback. A Carlson tries to clear it horseback. Carlton is run over by JT Miller, but he declared his own check. They say Sally a quick reversal walks at across the blue line, right circle. Anthony, Sara Lee into the right corner. Protects the puck. He's finally dispossessed by crew got to ride. It auto at center out of the red line sweeps. It deeming stops at find his own net dishes it for headman one scoring the second. Victor Hedman doesn't like what he sees. Kobe cave. Got right in front of him had been out of Girardi and the right wing loves it out of his own. This is going to bounce into the Bruins at. I don't think this is going to be an icing. No, here's McEvoy regrouping right side feed cave from the red line. Punches it in. Here's Eric Cherniak by the lightning quick kid pass away. Marshon right circle shot. Save made by demand. Rebound johnson. For point. They'll patch it out to center. John more. There's a case of not knowing the league yet. Israel is sorry fell nice feed to Jonathan right circle shot that was from head mid save made who Trump got running to the end wall on the rebound. Couldn't control it posture. Knock does David posture knock to center ice cream cheese. The left wing into the lightning zone left circle. Krejci Marchand dangerous shot seat-mate by goaltender deeming. Rebound posture. Knock teases the puck to the right corner posture knock cycles at by the lightning Chernick is there. He is bothered by Marshon makes a good play. Mcdonagh rolling pock trying to settle it down to clear it couldn't help and Carlo right point shot blocked by mcdonagh. Tyler Johnson flights it out to point at center ice point for the red line. Well, kind of wind up and now excel right across the blue line, right circle. Dishes at high slot cooter up shoot say by by the glove any whole Todd. Well, great safe by raspy. Keep this game one one. That was a great safe kucherov right into the slot. Thirty feet out. Snapchat. Grass comes up with the glove save and just catches.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm David Brancaccio in New York and update this morning about US China relations, given the trade war. President Trump said that he had a quote good talk on the phone with Chinese president Xi yesterday and Bloomberg news citing unnamed sources is reporting. The Trump has asked members of his cabinet to draw up a more concrete list of things the US wants from China to get negotiations moving. Now, there's no independent confirmation of this and some analysts remained skeptical at the same time. The administration is pledging to prosecute more Chinese companies accused of stealing intellectual property Thursday. The Justice department it added three former employees at the microchip maker Micron and some other companies for allegedly handing trade secrets to the Chinese. Marketplace's Ben Bradford has more Micron makes memory chips for electron IX, including smartphones. It relies heavily on Chinese manufacturers. But at the same time Chinese policy is to squeeze them out of the market Jim Lewis at the center for strategic and international studies. He says this is emblematic of the dilemma facing US tech companies. How do we work with Chinese companies in a way that doesn't end up selling them? The rope. We would use to hang ourselves. The Trump administration's brought answer includes the crackdown on intellectual property theft. But also tariffs limits on US. Tech exports to China and restrictions on visas for tech workers and students. The goal is really to disentangle the US Kadhamy me from the Chinese economy. Susan shirk chairs the twentieth century China center at UC, San Diego. She thinks the strategy is too heavy handed tech companies are also conflicted. They want protection for their intellectual property while criticizing tariffs for disrupting their business. I'm Ben Bradford for marketplace. Today's the big tuber employment report how aggressive was the hiring our wages and salaries accelerating after the long stagnation when the data come out this morning think about those hurricanes in the east. Marketplace's andy. Euler has some patterns from other storms last year Johns Hopkins University economist Jonathan right was studying the relationship between storms jobs and got to wondering imagine that the hadn't been that. Storm would the jobs numbers looked like he found that in the short term storms tend to have a negative effect on the employment picture hotels and restaurants tend to be the ones that are most impacted by hurricanes. He says construction tends to see a quick rebound. And if you collect trash you're going to be pretty busy after a hurricane. Jed cocoa. Chief economist at indeed dot com says the effects of a disaster last a long time because of the way these job numbers calculated this past month, the government reported a huge year over year increase in employment in Florida. We were comparing this year's employment in Florida to a year ago when hurricane Irma had just hit. So comparing this year to last will make it look like Florida gained a lot more jobs. But that's because the state had lost so many after Irma. I mean Euler for marketplace. Let's do the numbers the one hundred index in London is.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning report is next. What we know about the US China relationship on this Friday. Marketplace morning report is supported by Sony Pictures classics presenting the happy prince a new film written directed and starring Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde also starring Colin Firth, Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson now playing and by Westin. Hotels and resorts dedicated to empower your wellbeing along the road was signature wellness programs. Designed to help you stay in control while traveling Westin. Let's rise. Learn more at Weston dot com. I'm David Brancaccio, New York and update this morning about US China relations, given the trade war. President Trump said that he had a quote good talk on the phone with Chinese president. She yesterday and Bloomberg news citing unnamed sources is reporting. The Trump is asked members of his cabinet to draw up a more concrete list of things the US wants from China to get negotiations moving. Now, there's no independent confirmation of this and some analysts remained skeptical at the same. Time. The administration is pledging to prosecute more Chinese companies accused of stealing intellectual property Thursday. The Justice department indicted, three former employees at the microchip maker Micron and some other companies for allegedly handing trade secrets to the Chinese. Marketplace's Ben Bradford has more Micron makes memory chips for electron IX, including smartphones. It relies heavily on Chinese manufacturers. But at the same time Chinese policy is to squeeze them out of the market Jim Lewis at the center for strategic and international studies. He says this is emblematic of the dilemma facing US tech companies. How do we work with Chinese companies in a way that doesn't end up selling them? The rope. We would use to hang ourselves. The Trump administration's brought answer includes the crackdown on intellectual property theft. But also tariffs limits on US. Tech exports to China and restrictions on visas for tech workers and students. The goal is really to. Disentangle the US Katameya from the Chinese economy. Susan shirk chairs the twenty-first century China center at UC, San Diego. She thinks the strategy is too heavy handed tech companies are also conflicted. They want protection for their intellectual property while criticizing tariffs for disrupting their business. I'm Ben Bradford for marketplace. Today's the big October employment report, how was the hiring our wages and salaries accelerating after the long stagnation when the data come out this morning think about those hurricanes in the east. Marketplace's Andy Euler has some patterns from other storms last year Johns Hopkins University economist Jonathan right was studying the relationship between storms and jobs, and it got to wondering imagine that the hadn't been that storm with the jobs numbers have looked like he found that in the short term storms tend to have a negative effect on the employment picture hotels and restaurants tend to be the ones that are most impacted by hurricanes. He says. Construction tends to see a quick rebound. And if you collect trash you're going to be pretty busy after a hurricane. Jed cocoa. Chief economist.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sony Pictures classics presenting the happy prince a new film written directed and starring Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde also starring Colin Firth, Tom Wilkinson and Emily Watson now playing and by Westin. Hotels and resorts dedicated to empowering your well being on the road with signature wellness programs. Designed to help you stay in control while traveling Westin. Let's rise. Learn more at western dot com. I'm David Brancaccio, New York and update this morning about US China relations, given the trade war. President Trump said that he had a quote good talk on the phone with Chinese president. She yesterday and Bloomberg news citing unnamed sources is reporting. The Trump has asked members of his cabinet to draw up a more concrete list of things the US wants from China to get negotiations moving. Now, there's no independent confirmation of this and some analysts remained skeptical at the same time. The administration is pledging to prosecute more Chinese companies accused of stealing intellectual property Thursday. The Justice department indicted, three former employees at the microchip maker Micron and some other companies for allegedly handing trade secrets to the Chinese. Marketplace's Ben Bradford has more Micron makes memory chips for electron IX, including smartphones. It relies heavily on Chinese manufacturers. But at the same time Chinese policy is to squeeze them out of the market Jim Lewis at the center for strategic and international studies. He says this is emblematic of the dilemma facing US tech companies. How do we work with Chinese companies in a way that doesn't end up selling them? The rope. We would use to hang ourselves. The Trump administration's brought answer includes the crackdown on intellectual property theft. But also tariffs limits on US. Tech exports to China and restrictions on visas for tech workers and students. The goal is really to disentangle the US economy from the Chinese economy. Susan shirk chairs the twenty-first century China center at UC, San Diego. She thinks strategy is too heavy handed tech companies are also conflicted. They want protection for their intellectual property while criticizing tariffs for disrupting their business. I'm Bradford for marketplace. Today's the big October employment report how aggressive was the hiring our wages and salaries accelerating after the long stagnation when the data come out this morning think about those hurricanes in the east. Marketplace's andy. Euler has some patterns from other storms last year Johns Hopkins University economist Jonathan right was studying the relationship between storms and jobs and got to wondering imagined that the hadn't been that storm with the jobs numbers have looked like he found that in the short term storms tend to have a negative effect on the employment picture hotels and restaurants tend to be the ones that are most impacted by hurricanes. He says construction tends to see quick rebound. And if you collect trash you're going to be pretty busy after a hurricane. Jed cocoa. Chief economist at indeed dot com says the effects of a disaster last a long time because of the way these job numbers calculated this past month, the government reported a huge year over year increase in employment in Florida. We were comparing this year's employment in Florida to a year ago when hurricane Irma had just hit. So comparing this year to last will make it look like Florida gained a lot more jobs. But that's because the state had lost so many after Irma. I mean dealer for marketplace. Let's do the numbers the one hundred share index in London is up seven.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"For severe weather on channel nine eyewitness. News meteorologist Brian shields highs. Hitting ninety two this afternoon coming up we're tracking a. Drop in the rain chance for. The weekend I'm Dave all look at a news ninety six. Point five WDBO interact with radar just a bunch of pop-up showers almost approaching the Saint John's river area of that. We've got a lot of sunshine it's ninety. It feels, like it's ninety nine we're following breaking news this. Hour the Pro, Bowl heading back to Orlando the NFL announcing. Today the, all star game will be played January twenty seventh. At Camping World stadium it'll. Be televised on ESPN some will cast on ABC tickets go on sale this fall NewsHour Aban walks into a police substation in Daytona Beach covered in blood said he had been stabbed police say the victim said he was driving his car on the beach side this morning when, he got into, an argument, with a couple of people in a truck. Everybody got out of their vehicles that's what the stabbing happened. The injury described as non-life-threatening suspects in the truck police say left the scene band hunt for a suspect that drive. By shooting of a. Prominent cardiologist at Houston is. Over police chief artist Elsa Vado, says the. Suspect is dead suspect Pappas stick. The gun shot himself in the, head and was pronounced at the scene thirty say sixty five. Year old Joseph Papas shot Cody allergist bark house. Connect on July twentieth as. An act of revenge for his mother who died under the. Doctors care twenty. Years ago Pretrial hearing in the parkland school shooting case today south Florida judge ruling release of shooter dick crews. Education records will dot Chopard, is tempered is his ability. To have a fair trial it's because most of the information the judge says has been, redacted parts of Lynchburg Virginia. Could be under seventeen feet, of water, in seven minutes of a major dam fails Lynchburg firemen Jonathan right says crews are using boats got.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Right one before the one when brendan got voted out and i it was a episode for i think it was episode for bradley was talking about how the melos just all kind of went to the beach and we're like crying on the beach and he tried to talk to them and they didn't really wanna talk to him and michael was part of that group and it wasn't until the next episode when brendan was then gone that they were suddenly like it's every man for themselves and everyone started trying to scramble and make relationships with bradley and and talk to people and maybe i know that we did see michael trying to create a relationship with desharnais at one point so maybe michael was one that was reaching out more than the others and that probably helped him because he had formulated or created some type of a bond maybe he was doing that more so than the other melos well at least some of the other molars probably not moral jonathan right yeah but even so i think things shifted since then because when michael talk to kelly now he brought up the idea of blindsiding wendell but also said he was fine with voting out laurel if that's what kellyn wanted to do right and apparently kellyn agreed with the window plan like we talked about but it's interesting because if she had told him to vote laurel laurel would have been voted out like you said but we later find out that kellyn didn't go with the laurel plan because dominic and wendell pushed back on it which tells me kellen wasn't targeting laurel as i mentioned earlier this is why i said that she just wanted to provide herself with safety as i mentioned earlier.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tournament at melbourne park or 23rd grand slam singles title of your freer birth to her daughter alexis in september and cbs news has fired its political director received uh she gareth's for inappropriate behaviour cbs's accounts of his behavior were brought to their attention in the last two weeks and were immediately investigated before he was fired for violating company policy had led the news teams political coverage and appeared on air in november you may remember charlie rose has fired from cbs news from his morning show after she has a limit accused him of unwanted is tom hanks still to top lewis of people that we would lie lat least suspect ever get charged with us i wanna stop saying his name because they just don't wanna tafta of obama's top i think obama's at the fao god i have it he's of the they look michelle for so long odds so so um i i you know another it's funny to us when we make less than she said what about anderson cooper and he doesn't seem ah you know that well and as gays or what have you the men coming out not you know but i've read about ties amazing yum he spent a year in vietnam may is fifty years old them look fifty and i was reading but this bio because he's like somebody was riding have like him he's worth i want us i wanna say like hundred million dollars but he also says mothers like a multi billionaire to where he was always going to be where yeah but you know he's like i like the guy because you know he'll he'll be a person i on he'll do those new year's eve things and he's he's the new journalist and now i'm any smart yet he'll have fun you'll put his opinion and when it's appropriate anyway so i cat's if you have a cat or dog and you live in and you don't live in the city name in the city's coyotes in the city ride they'll come with jonathan right but there's more like if you live out where i live i mean there's bob people are looking to see and mountain lions and bob cats and all if you have an outdoor cat you might as well just kill it now put it out of its i guess it's kinda get ad and you know they deal with.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on WRVA

"Forty wyde okay welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you jonathan con with us of course we're talking about his new work the paradigms which is coming out in moments jonathan right we could be on alert time retiming indeed so so anyways donald trump is clearly pictured in the paradigms as your who yep and talks about the presidency now he's a rough start timing there's no question about that for the eur four him against him you will admit it's been a rough presidency to start how how does how does prophecy point that out and my concern is what happens next so i mean we've got north korea we've got all these shoes are they in it what can you see that in the paradigm yeah i will yeah let me let me see somebody could you do something that was very cool and that will get right to it uh but when people have heard me speak about the paradox dole to read the bible bill to be a clear there's nothing new under the front of what happened that is happening now you can opened up the second second hour we have occurred singing kern turn turn knowing that trump is chronically out these same gutter ahead okay so when you look at the commodore is on him bear divided east controversial and they cannot it kind of make hundred five convention devise everything he had enemy who was at the fight it provided when he came to be the came to the capital divided what we have a divided america and he is you even comet kind of like electronic you'll be you know he picks up the status quo what was needed and so they don't even know you wanna call you speak about about you could say whether he was even white we got or not but he was too what would have been the ending up religious liberty in orlando olympia pop of the word rob and and the thing is that that you know you mentioned north korea well one of the things that this is that you know you bring up the harbinger that as well because the same template is warning judgment and it'll in other words who back to that within nine eleven is actually according gato if we don't turn back all things that will come back to the nation it will be removed in the.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on WRVA

"Forty wyde okay welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you jonathan con with us of course we're talking about his new work the paradigms which is coming out in moments jonathan right we could be on alert time retiming indeed so so anyways donald trump is clearly pictured in the paradigms as your who yep and talks about the presidency now he's a rough start timing there's no question about that for the eur four him against him you will admit it's been a rough presidency to start how how does how does prophecy point that out and my concern is what happens next so i mean we've got north korea we've got all these shoes are they in it what can you see that in the paradigm yeah i will yeah let me let me see somebody could you do something that was very cool and that will get right to it uh but when people have heard me speak about the paradox dole to read the bible bill to be a clear there's nothing new under the front of what happened that is happening now you can opened up the second second hour we have occurred singing kern turn turn knowing that trump is chronically out these same gutter ahead okay so when you look at the commodore is on him bear divided east controversial and they cannot it kind of make hundred five convention devise everything he had enemy who was at the fight it provided when he came to be the came to the capital divided what we have a divided america and he is you even comet kind of like electronic you'll be you know he picks up the status quo what was needed and so they don't even know you wanna call you speak about about you could say whether he was even white we got or not but he was too what would have been the ending up religious liberty in orlando olympia pop of the word rob and and the thing is that that you know you mentioned north korea well one of the things that this is that you know you bring up the harbinger that as well because the same template is warning judgment and it'll in other words who back to that within nine eleven is actually according gato if we don't turn back all things that will come back to the nation it will be removed in the time of day who got me a little concern and.

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"jonathan right" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan right" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"If you're doing a lou goals a protocol whether it's topical or if you're putting a few drops in water which can help with cbo and help to get rid of bad stuff in the gut uh would certainly something that i used to do i haven't done in a long time you can tell when you hit your daily limit for lagos iodine because you're mucus will become completely watery not like running but like you'll have water in your knows all the sudden and that means you've basically hit your legal limit for the day which is is kinda cool so social when there's doesn't use lou goals at all in his i insult fishing is going to soak into your skin really fast and you're not gonna get a running knows but after you've taken it for a while a does that would have been no problem all of a sudden like wa like renault's is running the eu finally had enough so this is just a little like was twister body telling you kind of thing boy you know you just connected the tat's for me in something i didn't know that but when i i studied with bernard jensen way back in the '70s at the hidden valley health ranch he would say and the same thing the jonathan right they're always looking at physical signs of what gives you a flashing red light on your physio logic dashboard that you're low and something and they said if you have a lot of boogers in your nose are a lot of your walks build up in your ears your iodine deficient so obviously the more i i knew habit moves lymph that moves your mucus and now you're saying if you have too much i didn't know that you have ronnie so it it helps things flow your lymph flow your mic mucus flow and that's really good to know and you just put a connect the dots for me it is like an endless an endless event correlation ago vissen this equals fat down the road and it is a fascinating thing i think with artificial intelligence machine learning were going to avoid.

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