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Stop with the Cam Newton nonsense

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:37 min | 4 months ago

Stop with the Cam Newton nonsense

"Season officially upon us. We've got a lot of lot of stories a lot of rumors lot of things floating out there that may not make people happy. It's the long dark Patriots podcast. We're going to talk about everything and anything related to the Patriots particularly their quarterback situation, of course always rate review subscribe all that good stuff regarding Patriots podcast with Nick cattles nickel be back for another episode later on this week. I'm John zanis filling in and the story du jour or do week or whatever you want to say here appears to be a Cam Newton wage. His name is resurfacing and the Patriots quarterback starch and Greg. I can't I can't think of Anything worse to happen right now if you're a Patriots fan right now and and all you want is New Hope. Okay. This is a new hope the possibilities are endless blank canvas money draft picks Capital. Theoretically the Patriots could do a lot of different things some of which could be very exciting and interesting and I can't think of one thing that would just throw a wet blanket all over over all over that any more than bringing back Cam Newton. Yeah John, it's it's weird. I I started hearing the chatter on all the Sports Talk radio station a week and I'm like what the hell is going on? Like it's basically like Cam Newton's become it's similar to some of the debates that you hear in politics like where they just like Stoke fear in people to generate interest in their shows and things like that. It's like, ooh now Cam Newton's the boogeyman that like who they might be bringing Cam Newton back just to get people to react like people people need to settle down and this is why you suck. Had to be SJ this why you listen to this podcast because you know things like how last offseason when everybody was going nuts about Saddam was a guy in Cherry stem is going to be this and Jerry system is going to be that and he's going to be the next guy. You know, what did I tell you from January of last year over a year ago. I told you that he was not be the starter that there was going to be some sort of Veteran competition. So, you know, welcome to coming here where you where you get well informed you don't have to worry about the hysteria. You just get straight facts and and what's going on. So here's where we are. We Cam Newton and this is something that I've been talking about since the end of his Patriots season, which is it's always been a possibly that Cam Newton could come back here. It all depends on what happens with the market and who they end up with the quarterback and this and that but for anyone to suggest the Cam Newton month Is going to be re-signed being the definite number one. That's what we want starter here next year. That's not going to happen. It just it just isn't in and here's why. We've also sort of touched on this but just to sort of reinforce the point. I think what happened this past season is the Patriots realized and and look we've talked about it that there wasn't really a plan back to check understood that there weren't enough chairs for the quarterbacks and somebody was going to be left could have been Jameis Winston could have been Cam Newton could have been Andy Dalton could have been anybody. It happened to be Cam Newton and they said they'd make it work. It did not work and what I think John what happened was and actually I know this happened the Patriots realized after the Cam Newton experiment that not every quarterback can work in the system and that's not to say Cam Newton still not capable of playing good football. I think that he is do I think it could be better with a better Supporting Cast absolutely I do and do I think God Part of the problem last year. Yes, but at its basis in this scheme, you need a quarterback who sees the totality of what's going on in the field. You need someone who's going to win before the snap. You need somebody who's going to see something on the defense say that's this is about to be a bad play here. We're checking to this and Cam Newton outside of you know, he might he might have alerted a few plays here and there but not even close to what we've seen in and look I'm not going to compare him to Tom Brady. Nobody's going to be Tom Brady, but The Baseline Jimmy Garoppolo would have been a lot better. Jarrett Stidham probably would have been a lot better in terms of what he could even when Jarrett Stidham got in John. We saw things like Palm Coast him would change things that the line that's the Baseline in this offense. And that's where it starts. The number one tenant in this offense is don't run any bad place when the quarterback is incapable of doing that for whatever reason that's that's strike. Number one strike. Number two is understanding after the snap. What's going to happen? What is the defense going to do? What is that going to mean in in reaction time? Like if I see the if I see the free safety all of a sudden rotate from too deep to single single life safety. I should know like that who's going to be open, but great. Let me ask you real quick. Cuz everything you're saying makes perfect sense, but did you need a year of did the Patriots need a year of Cam Newton to know that he wasn't that guy? Is it did you think he was that guy walking through the door? Is there anybody really smart Personnel people out there who thought? Oh can't might be able to adapt to this Patriots dial offense. It didn't seem sensible fit. Anyway. This is a guy who's always had accuracy problems who who plays a totally different style of ball. I mean, I don't know why you would have brought him in the first place. If your idea was to offer a patriot style offense

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"jour" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"jour" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

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"jour" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

08:16 min | 9 months ago

"jour" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

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Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

All Things Considered

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

"New movies, a French drama, tea and an Australian thriller Center on fraud. Mother daughter granddaughter relationships in the French film the truth, The characters can't agree on where the truth lies. Our critic Bob Mondello says that puts the film way ahead of Thehunt horror movie characters in relic. Kay and her college age daughter are on a rescue mission in relic to grandmother's house. They go after a call alerts them that no one's seen her in a few days. Mom K, played by Emily Mortimer is concerned that grand might be slipping mentally, the House suggests as much post it note reminders everywhere. Serious clutter mold on walls, a bowl of rotting fruit. A police search turns up nothing. And then, With what? Never posted night. Take them to my house. I could decorate it. However, I want mothers and daughters struggling to help one another. As memories fade and then inescapable. Fate looms ever larger. In the drama T the truth. The tensions are far lighter, if no less heartfelt when a screenwriter played by Juliette Binoche arrives with family to visit her mother Ibn, one of France's most celebrated movie stars. Cancel it. Yes, even though there is a prison just behind Fabian, The celebrated movie star who lives in this castle is played by Katherine Dinner, arguably France's most celebrated movie star. And the film delights in playing with that, casting the nerves reputation as an imperious, slightly distant film icon recycled for the part of Ben OSHA's Imperia, slightly distant mother, who has written a memoir titled La Very Tae. The Truth. You know, Sh, armed with copious notes, bristles that much of what Fabian has written. Never happened. Not wanted me, Aviva. Thanks. You're using post its marvels Fabian before protesting. I'm an actress. I won't tell the naked truth As it happened. She rarely even tells the fully clothed truth, But that's where they're fun lies. Director Hirokazu Kore Hiedeh, working for the first time in a language other than his native Japanese plays with all manner of truths in love every day from Fabian explaining to the grand daughter who needs her to be a witch. Yes, she does have magical powers. I heat logic to this ground Damn of French cinema getting stage fright on a sci fi film set. Then conjuring and acted truth. That's kind of breathtaking. You're invited to conflate the character of Fabian with dinner of herself, and it's clear that the star whose middle name is Fabian, Let's note is having fun blurring those lines. Korea has even provided a plot point that centers on the signature dress black with white collar and cuffs. The din of war in Belle de jour 53 years ago, all in the service of a story in the truth about family and filmmaking, mothers and daughters memory and the comforting fictions. We think we remember I'm

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"jour" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"jour" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"The flashy moves jour's. He's twists are almost by their nature flashy moves. Their unique winning competitions makes it very easy to be a flashy player, because you're always in the limelight, and you're always making moves so winning cops going to be good for this one, and if you haven't done anything flashy, or you can't anticipate yourself doing anything flashy then again, what you need to do is convince people or make a jury consists of people who will buy into an argument that flashy does not necessarily mean smart again. Much much easier said than done. But again maximize odds. Some jury members when they're looking at who played the better game they'll look at who had the most power in the game who had the most agency I don't want to sound like a broken record, but once again winning competitions is going to be big in convincing these people because winning competitions means you've had power and influence over the game. We don't necessarily need to have competitions here. You can just be a very well respected player in the game. Who has had a lot of influence again twists can help. Help you here. If you were a part of some very key decisions in the game that can help if you didn't have power or don't anticipate having much power in the game then once again you need to make some kind of case for having gotten to the end as an underdog in a position where other people had more power than you. There are some jurors who will take something close to my view. They'll say okay well. Who maximized their odds of making it to the end? The best bill extrapolate. They'll say I'm. I'm trying to determine who is the better player here and look at everything in factor everything they possibly can in and for those people. You just need to explain yourself as well as you can for those people. If you explain yourself on the way out the door or you send jury members in to explain your game, this can be big I. Don't want them to get lost. either. When I talked about tools that you have and I, said the information that they receive from you and from others who entered the jury you? You can give jury members information on their way out the door to pass on to jury members that are already in the jury house. That's a very good tool when we're talking about all these things of like. How do you convince people? You're not already predisposed to getting their vote? That's a good way of doing that obviously would have to be a jury member that you trust, but they essentially become your surrogate in the jury house itself. Now we're going to take a quick break for our sponsors and we'll be right back. And we're back, so let's get back to the show. There are some people that will vote for the better player and the thing that they'll look at is who just straight up had the best jury management because they think that that equals best player. So how do you convince? How do you manipulate somebody into believing that? You were really good at manipulating them essentially? Kind of a tricky one depending on what they're looking at it with jury management. In general. I think what these people tend to look for is where you nice where you're respectful. Did you not screw up in some obvious way? It's mostly what they're going to be looking for. And there's some people that will really overcompensate trying not to be bitter, and they are much more likely to for the person that they feel is most responsible for their elimination, so you can be the person that got them. them out, or you can try to take some responsibility for try to pin them into a corner where they either look bitter by voting against you, or they look not bitter by voting for you so that you can try to work that situation. Maybe so moving beyond jurors who will try to vote for the better player. You also have jurors who will just basically do what other people tell them to do. They've. Basically Agency whatsoever and they'll listen to what people tell them to do. So for those people. Obviously, you need to identify the person that they will end up listening to and influence that person is not always easy to do. Because sometimes you would think that they will be influenced by one person, but then they go to the jury house, and they end up bonding with. With somebody else in the end up listening to that other person instead so I, guess try to influence as many people as possible which kind of goes without saying you also have jurors who won't necessarily listen to a single person, but they'll just kind of go with the group consensus, which again all you can do is try to influence as many people as possible. There are all kinds of combinations of these types of jurors and many more types of jurors they they're not always one thing over and other. There's usually a bit of this and a bit of that somebody who is trying to vote for the better player, and they respect flashy moves, but they think flashy moves means twists in particular, but they also will vote for their friend if their friend is sitting there and. And also they are more likely to believe that you played a flashier game if they like you more and so you need to do a bunch of different things to work on that particular jury vote and as I mentioned before you can be working on one person's jury vote and it actually will negatively influence and other persons jury vote, and so you need to take into account every jury, vote and you. You need to choose the actions that you think will win the most amount of them over as possible, and if this sounds difficult, I'm underselling it because you not only need to do these things, but you need to do them without having any contact with these people for up to a period of months, and this shouldn't be surprising. It shouldn't be surprising that it's so difficult to do because if I explained. explained to you, the methods of playing. Social Strategy Games and getting to the final two by making alliances and avoiding elimination and Best Practices for that and different tips and strategies that you might have to get ahead in certain places. You would never say well. Obviously, it's completely possible to one hundred percent control the outcome in this circumstance. If you follow these directions, you will always make it to the final two. Again, it's about maximizing the odds that you are faced with, and the same is exactly true of terrain management..

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"jour" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"jour" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"What's up this is part. Two of the two part episode enjoy you know what like normies do that too and stuff and they do that but irony. Twitter has their own version of that. Where I'm just going to tweet about this but I'm going to put just enough ironic Patina on this that you don't know if actually like this thing or I'm joking about it you know so it'll be like the something something has arrived and you put a clip from a scene from them from the movie you know an and then once you know people respond to certain wake. I've seen people do that. They put something in his like because it's so the so vague posting people will go both ways. I see the same person agreed with both with both people. And it's like just you fucking like this thing or not. Just like how many things with an uncut gems when it was clear. It's fine to like that outpouring. A consensus of yes. Finally to like it. Let's all talk about it. And it was nice to see but uncut gems like I came out. There was a lot of their kind of ironic. I WANNA say I like it but I don't want to like it too much just in case it turns out that's according to do you know that that's one of the main reasons irony became franken. The Internet is because it's the perfect way to circulate socially without ever risking real alienation and allowing you every point to like fix the position that will give you maximum amount of steam clout as they say. Yeah and people kind of feel it because I feel like whatever the insults of the day our is always reflect what people are afraid of being kind of recognize in themselves and cloud has become like the insult Du jour and I feel like the fact that people are saying that this really says. Oh Yeah people talk about like. Oh you know yeah way to wait to make that her social capital or to say this thing for cloud and it's like but I said it because I believed it. And you're kind of trained. That's the reason that you log onto say things. Well that's sure there's a lot of projection. But let's kind of heartbreaking about the whole thing is that there is a rational social reason to pursue clout. It's not pure narcissism. It's not purely indulgence. At a certain level cloud is the only thing that separates peep That's the real class. Divide now between people with clout and people without because you might not make a lot of money from having cloud on the Internet but say if you have a medical a necessity or you have some big cost in your life. There's no safety net for anybody. But if you've got some cloud online you can maybe get some money or if you get enough cloud you can turn it into an actual job. So cloud is actual currency in that. It's the only way you can.

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Morons: I have a political beef!

Bob and Sheri

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Morons: I have a political beef!

"Go to Franklin Georgia for today's more on of the day it's a Georgia councilman a Clifford Henry Giles. He's been charged by the jour-jour Bureau of Investigation for swapping the price tag on a beef tenderloin with that of a cheaper pork tenderloin the piggly-wiggly and councilmen picked up the tenderloin which had a eighty three dollar price tag on it and swapped it out with the twelve dollar price tag on the pork. He's fifty four years old and was arrested. The next day on theft charges I did not make it clear how they came to suspect Councilman Giles. And it wasn't immediately clear. He has a lawyer. That's GONNA speak on his behalf. All we know is is that probably store security plus the councilman swapping price tags. I wonder if he had one of those piggly wiggly t shirts that kids like I have. I HAVE A BLACK SHIRT

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"jour" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"jour" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And Bernie Sanders yesterday not today not based around this and I want to take a little time to think a little more I've been I've been spending a lot of time right now on the question of suspending and also making sure that this works is best we can for our stand for team for our fall into all right so no endorsement translation that means I don't see how she endorses biting she's kind of put yourself in a box that either a non endorsement if she gets more that way of anybody or she endorses Bernie he got a ride she's playing this out she may think that neither one is going to be president and that this is their last time around for both of them burning who knows she's about seventy show run again if the democratic doesn't win she'll have another shot if trump wins Johnny B. seventy four and that's just stopping come again the Democrats circles for this so I think that's what she's thinking I don't think she's going to be the VP choice if anything Joe Biden the flavor du jour is going to choose a woman of color I don't think it'll be Stacey Abrams not been vetted com what Harris more likely because that way or any clubs are because Amy can win him Minnesota a lot that down and maybe help out and win another Midwest states like Iowa where it's sort of a swing state where there's a possibility I think that could happen he has to pick a woman of color because of pressure not diverse and all that stuff then it could become layers I don't think Abram at this point but I don't see Elizabeth Warren with Bernie double down and said you think we get every radical I'm really it's a double play you know we'll have both of the men that progressive camp maybe but if that were the case I think she would endorse today because Bernie needs oxygen Michigan's coming up if he fails in Michigan I think he's got one more shot maybe after that it's going to be one on one in the next Democrat debate on the fifteenth but Tulsi Gabbard might be in there because she did get a delegate I'm a little bit unclear and help with the rule would be on that I think they'll try it well if you put Tulsi Gabbard in there she's going to go after both of more after biting they want to have somebody in there it's a little bit of a buffer because if that Bernie's one on one with body he's gonna tear apart I think all right phone lines are eight five five four hundred savage so what women out there could you conceivably say as somebody that's presidential you know it and if the right things were there you could vote are there not enough women in the pipeline yet we're it is pretty scarce too well imagine at Warren this be cut nine talk about this and said as difficult as this issue kind of reviewed our campaign she doesn't have any regrets at all about running for president I have no regrets.

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Florence Pugh on Little Women, Oscar Nomination & Meryl Streep - Jimmy Kimmel Live

Filmspotting

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Florence Pugh on Little Women, Oscar Nomination & Meryl Streep - Jimmy Kimmel Live

"Top five films of the year. I can't believe that I'm so in line with the academy but my top five were all nominated for best picture parasite the Irishman Mary Story Little Women. And once upon a time in Hollywood and I am grateful that little women at least wasn't completely overlook getting six nominations that one for director Jour- obviously is one the bugs me and I also think it was surely one of the best edited films of the year but happy about Florence pugh and some of the other nominations at got yeah definitely Florence. Pew is someone. I voted for best adapted. Screenplay was a no brainer so I'm glad to see that they honored little women there as well and there were things that I was happy about also I mean it. It isn't all gloom and doom for me five of films that made my top ten of twenty nineteen were recognized in major categories so best picture nominations for parasite the the Irishman and Joe. Joe Rabbit. Those were all my top. Ten best actor nod for Antonio Banderas in pain and glory. I mean it seems like you shouldn't have to say this but I was worried just because it's a Spanish language performance It might be overlooked or relegated to the sidelines. So I'm glad that didn't happen. And best original screenplay nomination for for my number nine film of the year. Ryen Johnson's knives out. We talked about the intricacy and the cleverness yet also the entertainment factor actor all coming together in that screenplay so it had to get that

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"jour" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"jour" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Events could delay not necessarily cancel though the five year contract mid stream without I don't even know if you're talking about I can't get over your jour but since French for greater force so we'll get into this a little bit later on Saint Paul's trash collection acts of god clause makes a duck faced when he says the word force measure analyze such an issue with with fast a photo of a funny Babylon be headline yesterday when the the headline was you know major media outlets extremely disappointed that there were no acts of violence surrounding the joker opening weekend and I mean that but this is one of those spot on parity headlines that if you really if you look at the coverage leading up to the joker movie coming out then then the the the coverage over the course of the weekend you really got this sense like there was a lot of media just waiting this way they were ready for something bad to happen they were they wanted to cover it you know the the the grotesque nature of you know sensationalized media where you know blood equals clicks and eyeballs and ears and all of those things really came out at it if you if you follow the coverage of the joker movie leading up to the release well and it was for a lot of really ridiculous reasons and we'll get into this joining us right now we are pleased to welcome to the show nationally recognized second amendment advocate author of a good guy bad gun one into both available on Amazon dot com Dan what's a good morning Dan thanks so much for joining us this morning as to and I stepped on the show thank you for the apartment looking forward to this conversation for a long time and we're gonna talk about drugs and stuff the controversy surrounding joker was interesting because I first of a lot of it seem to just sort of a media at least stem from the from the sort of weird connection of this being a clause I Batman movie and of course the shooting that took place during the dark knight rises and now in Aurora and and I remember when it first came out there was just this immediate and we kind of get smattering of that whenever there is a new Batman movie but this particular movie I think because of how because of the realism behind it suddenly this controversy just ended up arresting around this particular film to the point Dan where I went to go see it on Thursday night last week and walked out realize that the officer that was in the lobby was there when I walked in and he was there as secure a D. because he's never there he was actually their security because the movie was opening up that day well I think we would first of all we have to understand that there's an anti gun crowd out there that will do anything they can to demonized guns and gun owners and scare people that's the idea because you know the bill will they'll do they'll use every strategy possible and they themselves have been so riddled with fear of guns that this stuff is real to them they believe that that people can be influenced and this is a this is the critical point here they believe that people can be influenced by guns and by violence and and often times they they actually think that the that the killer didn't have a gun he wouldn't kill and it's a delusion that's been purpose you know perpetuated and propagated through this anti going to meet people who really don't know any better they don't own guns most of them so I'm not surprised to see this I I do to take a little a little joy in watching the anti gun last attack Hollywood because it in a sense they start to eat their own when it comes to the delusional notions do the people you I I tend to believe in this isn't just what role will speak specifically Dan about the the gun rights issue with this but this obviously parallels with a lot of other issues that get fear monger and and politicized but when it comes to sort of the anti gun narratives you're absolutely right there's a lot of people to buy into this idea that they can be influenced by a joker movie in this is this is this is glorifying of of murdering of individuals at the hands of a weapon and therefore people are going to be inspired but I also tend to believe that at the top of the people that have the most sort of power in putting out the propaganda the the the higher ranking you know members of Congress and and those on the left do you think that they know the that they know the truth but are more than willing to go and do the public or do you think that they also themselves buy into the same in narrative that they push so often well I think there's a line that divides the two and a and I'm I'm so glad you you distinguish the two there is a line and that line is very blurry and we can't always tell who's being duped in who's doing the duping be that a word duping I think it's a work anyway so what what what what's interesting to me is it it's it's not so unbelievable that governments would want to disarm you know their citizens we said we've seen this all over the world but what's what's really scary is that people in our country want to be disarmed that's a much scarier thought to me it shows me that people don't want to stand up for themselves be responsible for their own lives and their families they would much rather take that easy path but what seems to be the easy path of a government taking care of them ultimately end up eating out of a out of a garbage truck but in the beginning it feel safe to them and I think there's a lot of people in this country who have been taught to to to to push aside their own personal responsibility for government control danda before we move on really quick for those that want to find you can follow Dan ad today and under spell underscore skews me W. O. S. on Twitter is it do you pronounce it Los or what's what's what's okay thank you sorry about that I should have asked before hand hi you can also go to the website to a good a good gun bad guy dot net we definitely want to go in and ask you about your your books at your books as well one on one of her this at you this is actually out of the daily wire today and I thought you might be in should they hear this and I'm I'm curious to get your thoughts we are a small group of students at the university of Minnesota protest outside the school president's office on Friday demanding campus officers be disarmed the sedan was a follow up to last year's protest outside the university Minnesota police department this year only eight students attended last year nearly double the protesters outside the police department this is essentially a reminder that we expect these demands to be to be met up do these of millennials of these college students in your opinion do they eventually wise up is this more just sort of what happens in college to get out of the real world and they realize that more has that changed in your opinion and and been please comment on the fact that you have students you know they're buying into this type as well asking for police officers of all people to be disarmed yeah it's just well it I think it comes from a real strong bias against guns so so you have to first have this really strong hatred or fear rather fear of guns and hatred toward gun owners so the whole concept of guns in their mind is demonic it's evil it's terrible it's the worst thing in the on the planet so you first have to develop that in the in the person in this case it's the students and that's what the propaganda and and all the all the anti gun rhetoric comes in because what it does is it manipulates the thought process of those kids then once those kids are scared to death of guns and hateful toward gun owners and and and you know constitution loving Americans once they're in that state they'll do anything to to disavow gun ownership and this is just an example of that without even realizing without even having a clue as to what kind of danger they're putting themselves and and their fellow students and and and twenty seven Englishness that deterrence it's that delusional thought that the cops can be there to to save you order in this case the value what then happened on this week so yeah it's a really do lose to me it looks like a real delusion all mindset that they will eventually grow out of it unfortunately a lot of people have to have to have have to be put in a situation where they're in danger before they actually snap snap out of that I don't think I'll ever be able to understand that mind set of of not wanting some degree of you know just security personnel all you know people in a win anywhere you have a large gathering of people whether via a campus a school or a sporting event or anything like that you know you want some you want some armed personnel you want security you need security I mean you know the the the biggest deterrent to to bad things happening is a visible security or police presence because no we commit a crime in front of a cop it doesn't make any sense to me and and and it is to do they really think that if they're able to get the authority figures to disarm than any potential criminals will follow suit well it's a good first what's a good thing that you don't understand the the reason we don't understand is because we don't think like that and that's a good thing in in this is a lot of this comes from you know wanting to be on the winning team also you gotta remember there's a lot of a lot of this want to sit at the popular table kind of stuff and I I have a chapter in my book call the popular table explains all that either do anything to be part of that winning group or what they perceive to be the winning side so it's it's a it's a lot like cheering on your your favorite football team and so but the problem is it's it's such a dangerous position that they're in and they and they want to put everybody else in that position to just so they can win just because a lot of them just they just don't get it they don't understand they don't see it with logic and it's a good thing that we don't we don't we can't comprehend their thought process good you can go to the website to a good gun a bad guy dot net talking with Daniel us talk about your books you got two of them here a good gun bad guy behind the lies of the anti gun it radical and a good guy and bad guy to destroying the anti gun narrative on talk about both of these books why you decided to write about what you hope people on people get out of him well it it don't try to make this quick you really started from an article that I wrote with my wife and I were were in a potentially dangerous situation coming out of a mall late night movie theater as a matter of fact and it change the way I thought about guns I was actually kind of on the anti gun side of the whole conversation but that situation changed me and I wrote an article called the fear of guns got picked up by a bunch of.

"jour" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"jour" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"That's Yeah I get it. I get ice. I suspect though they'd be better off putting it in a new smart display because they probably sell more are those than they sell. Pixel devices quite honestly. You're probably right all right DOUGAL. Ignore the Pixel for put it in the next nest isn't the nest hub what the google nest hub that Google desktop yes. I'll get that right all right so that's our disagreement. Du Jour or of the month two more boy I don't know but let's talk about Amazon ring and this has been coming up this idea that Amazon with its ring doorbells. This is building a panopticon. I believe will or miss called it. It's that it is working with. Police departments or ring is working with police departments to gather data on neighborhood crime so when a crime occurs in people have ring doorbells. There's it's a neighbor's APP and what happens is the police can ask for the video doorbell recordings from people in the area. They have to have a case number and they have to ask permission so they can't just pull this data but what's squeak and people out is the police are actually working with ring and are getting incentives from bring to promote the ring doorbell specifically and the more people people who sign up for the neighbors. APP The more doorbells the police department gets to dispense and this rubs people the wrong away in a get why and ring says they've put in safeguards by the fact that you know the police can't just go through a database in scroll through random doorbell footage. You have to have a case number and you have to request it and the person has to agree to give it but police are promoting one particular type because they're getting one particular regular type of video doorbell. That's one to it does turn a neighborhood walk into kind of the potential of being surveilled yeah and I have a camera that faces front of my house and people do walk. Past people obviously drive pass. The probably don't know that they're being caught on camera. I've talked about this before on the show. It's hamlets feel like I should have a sign. That says hey just so you know. There's a camera here and walk past pass. You're going to be on it. I don't use the data for anything other than when I need to such as when my car was hit and that was a good thing I needed to do that because the person said they didn't hit hit my car and clearly they did let me ask you then so if for example there was a crime down the street or two streets over and police said hey hey I know you. Do you have a ring. I don't have a ring. The Front camera is a wise and then my front door which is actually on the side of the townhouse unit is nest. Castillo okay so they maybe they saw your camera. Whatever so they call and they say hey. Can we get your camera data for this crime. That was someone stole. A computer broke in <hes> you know two streets over and we want to see if we can catch the which way they turned on your street or something right. Where did you say yes. I probably would view everything I myself because I wouldn't want to send the video of any my neighbor's doing something else incriminating interesting okay yes. Yes Oh okay so then you would view it first and if your neighbor is out smoking weed on the front porch she might be like Nah. I could scrub that out myself. <unk> edit that video obviously because it has an and it's my right to do so as far as I'm concerned and it's not hurting the police for what they're looking for so that's probably what I would do. So I'm a good neighbor..

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"jour" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jour" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Takeover Herm is getting tired from lifting all these Jour's too. Okay. So. Rain and professional scientists working in actual. Actual laboratory took the blood samples from the people participated in the study. What did they do with them? Dr trimmer, and her team took the blood samples back to another lab. And then they studied the DNA of each person, and by DNA you mean the instruction manual for our bodies, right? And those DNA instructions are what make you and me me. And in this experiment, the scientists wanted to get a good look into each person's blood so that they could study that instruction manual and what were they looking for. Well, they were looking for in comparing different genes in each person's will factory system, the system of the body that helps us to smell. Right. And what they found. What's pretty well? What did they discover they discovered that even the time is change in even one of the four hundred factory receptors meaning? Those little smell sensors that send messages to our brains after catching odor, molecules found that even the teeny tiny change could completely change the way one person experienced a certain smell compared to another person. So that would explain why Dennis could smell that lily of the valley plantain I could smell nothing at all. Or why I might be smelling beads? And you think you're sniffing Dirk, always some people might smell sweat while. Other people think they're smelling vanilla. I might smell parmesan cheese. And you might smell hangup jar open. You've gotta smell this guy. Okay. Here we go. Smell this. Aw, that's mel's like vomit. Thanks to your DNA does. But I can assure you that this is parmesan cheese. Smell wonder if it works the other way around. We know that even the tiniest changes to our smell sensing factory receptors can change the way a person experiences smell. What can we do with this discovery?.

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"jour" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jour" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And we're in the beginning of the year. Everybody has New Year's resolutions. And let's talk about financial New Year's resolutions. We'll do we not wanna talk about other resolutions as well. Okay. Go ahead. Now, I'm done. Let's do it. Okay. So what's one a year resolutions? I was thinking about this. And well, first of all, it's always the make sure my wife is happy every day, which isn't that selfish? Jeff because that means you're happy. That's right. Yes. That is selfish. The second thing is. And I want to encourage everybody to do that to do this. And you do on a serious note. I was fortunate enough that help start mentoring some young man here in DFW area last year. And that was the most I'm not kidding. You more rewarding to me. These are. Men going to college that you know, we're looking for some guidance limit help. I would encourage everybody out there because we can't change the world once, but we can one person at a time. And if everybody out there could find one young person and just two things love them and be available. And if you can just be those two things for one person out there and everybody can do that. I think I think this world to become a better place pretty quick. I want him to give you my New Year's resolution because that was deep I'm just gonna sound goofy. I like you I like goofy. And in all honesty, I think that is absolutely phenomenal. And and I know we talk a lot about finance, and we talk a lot about money, but what you do in helping mentor. Young people in the community is is just absolutely amazing. Well, it it is. So it's honestly when you get started slack anything. How do I have the time jour-? Well, you just do and it is more self rewarding. I promise you to me than any of those young men that we work with so. Well, there you go. So everybody again, and it doesn't have to be something major. It's just it can be just trying to make an impact in people's lives in a positive way have a tax..

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"jour" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"jour" Discussed on The RobCast

"And so we'll start through that the first one is creating than sustaining and then reconciled in okay, I creating in the gospel of John the writer John begins his gospel by saying because he's gonna tell you Jesus story. But what's interesting is when he tells you his Jesus story he begins by saying in the beginning was the word the word was with God. And the word was God will in the beginning is also how the book of Genesis starts. So you can see right there that John is ca. Connecting Jesus Christ with creation. So there's this creation poem, which is how the bible starts in which the same exclu-. There's this explosive big bang creation energy that unleashes whole new worlds. And it says if John says when I talk about the Christ. That's what I'm talking about that, you you and me our new creation all those moments when you woke up to a better tomorrow all of those moments when you got a little more freedom and liberation all of those moments. When grace did something to you says you and your new creation flows out of a large. Jour- new creation the very energies that brought the universe into existence and continue to move the whole thing forward. It's like he says that's what I'm talking about. When I talk about Jesus Christ that energy and creativity in life force that surges through solar systems, and plants and waves and salsa, dancing, and sex and wine and little kids running around in the backyard. Are you with me on this that energy that animates at all flesh and blood in the entire cosmos? It's like John begins as gospel by going when I talk about Jesus that's what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the Christ. That's what Jesus comes to reveal the affirmation of creation nal. It's vast nece diversity.

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"jour" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"jour" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"A beautiful force behind that. And so, but people like whether it's Bill Gates or it's John Paul de jour who's a billionaire. I interviewed him on CNBC. These people donate a lot of their money. Warren Buffett, you know, he wants none of his money remaining in his estate. After he dies, he has started an organization of other billionaires trying to convince them to say, look. A little bit money for your family, but like half of your wealth, please give it back to to the earth, give it back to the world in like however you want, but I would love for you to think strategically along those lines. I think that's really amazing. I always think about it was a Bill Gates who is in giving his kids any money. I like one of those and I think about that all the time like how than what they are inheriting is perhaps an attitude because I have no doubt that Bill Gates, children couldn't go out and make some money probably with connections, but that connection again is that resource and that confidence of like, oh, hey, I can do this. So I think about sometimes like whenever I'm feeling low about money, I'll just think, okay, I'm Bill Gates kid. I've been just thrown into the middle of the woods, right? I've got to get myself out. So like what would I do if I were then I would trust that I can make money that I have connections, I have contacts. I have resources and talents and skills, etc. All of the things. I think also when you have a parent, we appearance like Bill like. Melinda and Bill Gates that their legacy is one that you want to uphold like, okay, a different picture, like smaller scale. My parents moved here from Iran who are not Bill and Melinda gates, but you know, they've, they're definitely incredible people and they. They came here with nothing and they built a magnificent life for themselves and their children. I feel like I can't screw up because I need to make them I need slept because what makes them happy. I made sure we all wanna make our moms happy, but I think also it's like I want not screw up to be able to let their legacy in hard work live on in a way that is meaningful and it's a lot of pressure. I think I would be in some ways, very difficult to be their children. Bill Gates child could feel like I could never add like measure up to my father measure up to my mother, but I think in some ways with the right mindset with the healthier mindset, some therapy, it could be more leg. Okay. I've been given this gift right of having these two amazing people raise me. They've taught me so much and it's not about becoming them. It's becoming me, but I want to. I'm I'm so empowered to do something great in the world and so motivated because of the examples that they led by. And I think that's, that's kinda like the hope is that night. That is why they become successful in one, they will inevitably become successful and it's not because they had money in the Bank. Totally. Okay. What are some money mistakes that you see people like? Probably ages. I don't know. I'd say twenty three to forty years old. Like what are some of the like? We're still young enough to build some wealth and invest, but we're, I don't know maybe getting old enough where we feel like it might be too late to start investing anyway. What are some of the money mistakes you see us making around our age. The first is like, we just don't even have a plan. You don't have a plan. Dan, you know, have goals or we think we know we want, but we're not living. The lifestyle like are are spending does not align with what we actually want. So what we think and what we do, there's a big disconnect in terms of money, we think we want to become homeowners. We think we want to have. We want to retire earlier. We wanna just have money in the Bank yet we are actions negate all of that. So it's really getting clear and it's hard. I think in your twenties, you're overwhelmed. There's like peer pressure. You're thrown out of college into the real world without any real job experience. First time, a lot of us making money. So we feel a little lost at sea. But I think as soon as you can kind of gather and collect yourself and think about where Dr wanted me in the next six months one year, five years, like really.

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"jour" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jour" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Well thomas as it turns out we had a number of people guessed the correct answer abe a few people looked at up despite my instructions not to and then a bunch of people gave similar answers based on the notion that there wouldn't be guilt beyond a reasonable doubt if you failed to convince all six jour's that's really interesting but that's not what the law is based on it it doesn't have anything to do with reasonable doubt it has to do with how well the university requirement comports with the right to a jury guaranteed by the sixth amendment so lacking any really good correct answers i think i'm gonna go with an incorrect answer that all of you will quickly soon realize the reason i chose it it's from our our friend neil bartlett at and bart l e t t who says answer c because without both unanimity and twelve jurors the movie twelve angry men would have been over in five minutes hashtag didn't google hash tech six call men so great job neal you'll see why we picked you probably in a couple of days all right well that's our show thank you so much for listening thank you most of all to our patrons who make the show happen patriot dot com slash law make sure to go join up if you wanna get that qna in that lot awful movies but if you wanna watch the q and look out for that link it'll go out tomorrow on our social media come hang out it's it's lots of fun you'll enjoy it even if you are just a lurker who doesn't catas questions is still plenty of fun and you can participate in the youtube chat with with other listeners and stuff and it's a good time at all right we're we'll see you then looking forward to that that qa we'll see you then and then i'm sure we'll be yodel in on friday.

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"jour" Discussed on The Crux of Crypto

The Crux of Crypto

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"jour" Discussed on The Crux of Crypto

"Jour automated trader summer institutional summer not but they're looking for higher levels of liquid eighty and we'll be serious participants in our as your progresses but right now they're looking for venues that have one hundred twenty million dollars a day or a week in volume not until and so we've got a great funnel and plant on boarding that onboard that crew would just not there yet that's only make sense and i think i've heard dabs being referred to as a potential kind of longer term type of unique user yeah i'm glad he brought that up so this is something this is another another piece of our longterm vision that we haven't shared publicly before and again excited to to chat about with you here what's fascinating about the protocol and some of the other protocols in blockchain species this long bet on interoperability and standardization and again if you look decades into the future you have to assume that apps like radar and some of the other exciting projects in the space whether it's teams like essential ender districts they have to optimize for sanford's you believe that too easy relax then what you're going to see is an entire konami this token economy of apps who all need to obstruct away tokens for their end users in other words if you if you show up at pick on central and again you shop at the central and you want to engage do you need to hold their token or don't you wanna pay with any token and and that's an often criticism that i've heard is that we have all of these kind of dabs that are launching a lot of them have their own native token and so is it desirable to have a world where ever used to walk around with sixty different tokens in their wallet to us every different application they wanna use that seems like a world that would be hard to fathom unless maybe they're leveraging radar and zero x on the back end and seamlessly kind of swapping between exactly and well said so we call that entire construct token abstraction and we realized that's not a very user friendly friendly word not really developer friendly word it's kind of confusing so we've recently started talking about token processing and we've ripped page from stripes playbook and we think about what stripe was able to.

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"jour" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jour" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Yes political operative all right let's talk about the president's obsession of the day du jour jour oh that sounds yes so he he seems to be obsessed with jeff bezos right now talk a little bit about him coming after amazon instead of facebook on last week's show yet but yeah what what's going on here i mean look he has been having it out like since friday or thursday he was kind of making sense when he's like we gotta look at amazon man like i think they're getting too powerful or whatever and we were like did he just like suddenly mistakenly fall into like a good point here but then over time like it started getting crazier than you're talking about like you know the post office getting bamboozled by amazon doing all these deliveries etcetera etcetera editors this kind of a weird thing like since march twenty eighth because of all the twitter bullshit like around sixty billion dollars in market value has been lost for amazon and so when you look at it yes okay if you take pointbypoint is amazon getting pretty big i think that's worth looking into and and looking around as he maybe y'all got a lot going on in our probably we need to do something about that yes sure they probably need to be regulated yeah val good point and then so onto the next one the post office okay are they really getting fucked well that's not true i mean he's acting like they're running a deficit like it's an actual profitable relationship because legally like i don't think the post office can make deals with companies unless it's a profit during an enter relationship with a company and then take a hit so that's an outright lie that the post office is like losing money like it's a profitable thing so when you take all of that in and you look around you kinda like okay what's going on because now trump's like well how do we get basil's like there's been reporting about how he's you know asking people his aides like how can i fuck with him like fuck with his money and if you think about it you're like wait a second he owns the washington post and as those.

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"jour" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jour" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"That shall not be named and while he was on his way here when he i think it happened when he landed the i think it was on air force wine when he signed this this bill basically now uh the martin luther king junior site is now kind of upgrading its status and trump has signed a bill turning the martin luther king junior site into a national historic park so it's pretty cool so like a historic site means you just barely historic in the historic park means you're really historic i'm i'm going to assume that there are financial incentives soldiers who ba park instead of a sight jour that's just two gas they also annexed some additional land into what is officially that now the historic park and yes i guess it comes under the park service now and it will get a different budget and those kinds of things i don't know exactly all the details of what it means but i think it's overall a good thing there are some other things he does that are immediately challenged in court but this one will not day this one i think everyone is in favour of so thank you trump for that immediate is it's maybe like maybe it's a little bit of a mea culpa after calling atlanta garbage which i think he did last year you did he say we're like a trashy zero he was talking about lewis and new yeah yeah whatever trumpster okay victories little who i know you gotta take him where he can write i don't know if you focus on this last night while we're on the subject of trump but yesterday there was a lot of discussion in and around immigration and the dreamers program daca all of that and trump did actually put in order in place in the courts immediately overnight put.

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"jour" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"jour" Discussed on WGTK

"I tell you i won't play on jour exactly as i say that even eggs zach lead you understand rajah abu nothing or what i'll do what your disobey me do i make myself yes yes a week passed a week in which roger patiently fight it is time for time new was working on his side against phillip in one morning he called on philip at his office good morning how are you expect me to be his first week i've been able to think of nothing billion what happened that night filler if you must stop brooding over it whatever happened was her fault not yours he's here right that's what i need is a vacation here's here's the poorest and trick or do you were world of good and if i could afford it i go along with you you mean you have many money that's what i've come to see you about i must have forty thousand dollars at what's 40000 yet i know it's a good deal of money filip it's worth added i will be ruin that truly i wanted to help you roger but forty soldified don't get to forty thousand philip its naming prison for me are you wouldn't want to see that happening would you will of course not roger all philip i i save you from prison in fact i made myself and accomplice to vivians murder by not turning you over to the police yes how i know you could hardly expect me to remain loyal to you will you weren't willing to help me in but you i see it seems i have many choice russia a right you ought to check rogers isaac loomed in amusement as he accepted the czech billy there was no longer any doubt that philip understood him perfectly things were working out exactly as the flat later that day roger went back to the or brown stone and it was a smile on his lips as he entered apartment doocy look at this thousand dollar as in old road now isn't as went staying and of hiding poor vivian and there's plenty more where this game drought upi you better get behind that screen or a project yes ceo for mistpro at a mobster sixty four dollars or you must be a mistake in israel here is the address she gave it's an go mr roger maartenson that your wife or yes.

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"jour" Discussed on Mille et un mondes

Mille et un mondes

02:06 min | 5 years ago

"jour" Discussed on Mille et un mondes

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