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"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Are you confident you guys will remain an elite defense? And he was like, well, we have Frank Vogel. And you see his system last two years, we've been top three defensively, we're confident Frank can find a way to make this an elite defense. And that kind of felt like putting some pressure on Frank of saying publicly that we believe in your defensive scheme and that you can do this when I think of objectively looking at it. It wasn't like this was not a top three defensive group in any form of fashion. So it's interesting. But I think we're in agreement here. I don't think it's on Frank, and I think it would be a mistake to fire him. But I do think that if they continue to underachieve, it's heading that way. Yovon, tell the people where they can find you on all of the various social media platforms to tell the people where they can find you and your work. Yeah, so you can find me at yovon buha on all social platforms, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, for those of you who are on it. You're able to make a pitch for me earlier to join TikTok. I think I'm trying to get this guy on it. So yeah, if you enjoy TikTok, I'm on there producing NBA content. And then be sure to read my work on the athletic and look out for stargazing, which is coming out December 19th, which is a Sunday and it will be every Sunday after that for ten weeks. So we have some exciting guests and just yeah. It's also going to be on YouTube. So look out for the athletics YouTube channel on that. But thank you guys for listening and Sam. Thank you for having me on. Jovan is the best guys. Please remember rate review subscribe to everything you can support the game theory podcast. Please also go subscribe to that YouTube channel. You're gonna get a lot of really great content. You're gonna get to see jovan's face and terrific hairline as well as my disastrous hairline. So please go subscribe to that YouTube channel. I will have a couple of things coming this week. I think written wise, we're gonna write about the pacers and then write I think a little bit about some upper class NBA draft prospects. I will also have a podcast coming released on Friday with Matt penny, our typical NBA draft centric show. Until next time, though, we will talk soon..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"And two of those guys are still out, you know, Trevor ariza was the projected starter, the Lakers ideally wanted to go with Anthony Davis center, ariza and LeBron at the two forward spots and go with the smaller lineup, but Trevor's missed the entire season. Now you got Kendrick nunn who was there technically their biggest addition financially. Now I know like signing wise, like obviously Russ, but Kendrick nunn was there taxpayer mid level exception guy that they signed to that 5.65 .9 million reverend was in the splashiest free agency edition and he hasn't played yet for them as well. And he was kind of supposed to be that 6 7th man for them off the bench. So they have two key guys that are supposed to factor into their rotation that have yet to even play. So it's tough to judge them, but at the same time, they should not be 12 and 12 with the slate that they've had. Even with LeBron missing time, they should have won those two thunder games that I could probably look at the schedule right now and give you another couple games they should have won. So even with LeBron out, this is a team that should probably be 16 and 8 and then factoring in the other guys coming back. So it's really interesting to see where their season goes because it also feels like there's always one step forward two steps back where they'll win a couple games. It'll look really good and then they drop the game into the clippers where they just couldn't defend and crunch time and got picked apart with the same set over and over again, Paul George having Luke canard screen from him and then kind of popping, flaring, diving, they couldn't defend that action. And that's been kind of their thing is they're a bunch of these crunch time situations. But when they get into crunch time, they can't get the stops that they need to get. They can score. LeBron Russ AD, and that's been my thing. I think they're going to figure that out. They kind of have figured it out. Even though the numbers that were actually better defensively, which is hilarious to me, because watching them you wouldn't think that. But they're better defensively than offensively. But to me it's been in crunch time, they can't get stops. And that's kind of something they're going to have to figure out. Yeah, the whole project here is fascinating because I don't know how not to overreact to this right now. While also knowing that I shouldn't overreact because you're a 100% right, I'll be honest, like I think that one thing that's helped them defensively is taking Bayes more out of the rotation because he was just like a Tasmanian devil of mister rotations and fouls. It was a significant problem. It felt like to me. It feels like Anthony Davis, as he's been healthy, his just been anchoring the defense at a level that has been remarkably high. The other thing that is really interesting to me though is that this team is playing fast. Like they're playing at pace and that's obviously like the Russell Westbrook edition and what everyone was very curious about was how the Lakers would stylistically look in terms of speed this season I mean part of this is I think that LeBron has been out and when LeBron is in the game, they do..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Just given the upside that James wiseman possesses, you know, I had Anthony slater on the podcast last week and he said that ownership with the warriors is still very, very committed to James wiseman and he would be stunned if they moved him. I think the warriors have other assets that they could move in a deal for miles Turner if they really wanted to do so. Like I said, if you go out and you get Moses moody and something else for miles Turner, I don't know that you're doing a whole lot better than that. You go out and you get Jonathan menga from miles Turner. I don't think you're probably not doing better than that. Maybe something with like depending on if you like PJ Washington more, I can see that, but the warriors have the assets to where if they really wanted to take a swing for miles Turner and they really wanted to include James wiseman. I think they probably win the title if they get miles Cerner because we were talking about having a stretch 5 that is elite defensively mixing with draymond green that's a terrifying like that starting lineup is then Stephen Curry, one of Jordan Poole or Andrew Wiggins, depending on what you want to do there, Klay Thompson, draymond green and miles Turner and I don't know how anyone scores on them and then they're gonna be absolutely elite offensively at that point. I mean, I actually, I like kavan Looney. I think that he's like, he just does all the little things that don't necessarily translate in a box who are, but going from command Looney to miles Turner is quite the upgrade. And we still don't know. I think everyone loves to throw out and you know better than anybody like the wiseman ceiling and sort of the Deandre ayton comparison and some of the development that Deandre made last season. But we don't know that James wiseman is going to become that and I kind of view the warrior situation as I know they've talked about being sustainable and contending for the next 20 years and well first off steps not playing the next 20 years. So you have that window of 5 years. How long is Steph staff? And he has the early career injury, history, so you don't know when that stuff pops up again if it ever does. But you look at a guy like Steve Nash and how elite he was deep into his 30s. I guess that's like the blueprint for stuff. But I do think and I think as we transition into the Lakers, the Lakers kind of tried to go all in..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"I think that a team that is in need of a center could really do well by exploring a potential Turner moving to be honest like a team that has kind of been interesting to me in regard to miles Turner. The Lakers weirdly do have the salary matching to make that work. It would help on a number of levels a lot. His ability to space the floor would really open up a lot of their lineups with Russell Westbrook as well. They could play miles Cerner and Anthony Davis together very easily tail and Horton Tucker Kendrick nunn gets you there salary wise. They would have to add some assets somehow.
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"But I think what's interesting to me is if you look at the history of the pacers under their ownership, they are always a bad season for the pacers is like 35, 37 wins. They have just consistently been a solid team that at worst is maybe a little bit under 500 at best is we've seen some really good pacer teams through the years. The malice of the palace team, I think, had a legit shots won the championship, right? Yeah. But the Paul George era and so on and so forth. So the pacers have kind of been like the Utah Jazz of the east, where they're small, mid market team that can just consistently wins and consistently puts out a playoff caliber team and I think on the one hand that's been great if you're a pacers fan, right? Because they don't really believe in tanking. And they haven't tanked. And they just kind of are always in that mix of maybe they have a late lottery pick and they add some talent and a Paul George in a miles Turner and stuff like that. But for the most part, they're just kind of this consistent team that is just sort of rebuilding while still being solid. But I do think they have obviously hit a ceiling. And it's like, it's hard to it's hard to contend when you don't have a top ten player. But even stretching that out to top 15s up 20, like they don't have that guy. So I just don't like to me they're ceiling currently if everything goes right is like a 6 seed that pushes Miami to 6 games in the first round. And that's their best case scenario. And their worst case is kind of what we're seeing, which is there are several games under 500 and they might not even sniff the plant tournament. So I think for them to rebuild and look for that franchise guy. I think makes a lot of sense. It's just interesting to me because that's not a direction the pacers have ever gone historically. Yeah, it is interesting. You mentioned the idea that you expected them to be better. Honestly, like their underlying numbers expect them to be better. They have a 1.6 net rating, which is to say they've outscored their opponent by 1.6 points per 100 possessions. Typically, that would be commensurate with a winning record, something like two or three games over 500 at this point in the season. And the fact that they are sitting at ten and 16 is largely a result of the fact that they've just been disastrous and close games. I think that there's something like three and 12 in games decided by like 6 points or something like that. So it's tough to try and nail down why that would be the case, but I feel like end of game scenarios so much of it comes down to being able to have a guy who can get a clean look and who can knock down a shot when defenses tighten up..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"On the show. I've got good friend of the program, jovan boua here. We're going to talk a little bit about the pacers deciding to potentially explore some trades for some of their core pieces and then we're going to talk about the team that yovan covers the Los Angeles Lakers who are 12 and 12 and in the midst of one of the weirder seasons that I can remember. I feel like before we dive in with jovan, I just want to remind everyone here, please go subscribe to the YouTube page. You can find it at game theory podcast with Sam fassini on YouTube. We have like 650 followers. I just started this fucking thing like 5 days ago. I'm blown away with the response that you guys have been willing to subscribe and to spend your time just clicking that button. Thank you so much, but let's talk to jovan now who I'm really excited Johan has a new project starting up. I don't think he wants to get into it, but I'm excited to be able to promote jovan's thing soon. Jovan, how you doing? I'm doing well, man. Thank you, yeah. New project stargazing coming out NBA culture podcast talking to different figures and influencers that are around MBA superstars and I think these are people that don't necessarily get the shine that they deserve and some of them you've seen before some of them you haven't. But I think it's something that I'm really passionate about. I've been working on for a couple of years now. So that launches the sub 19, so be on the lookout for that. When yoga and says he's been working on this for a couple of years, it's not an exaggeration. I remember going out to dinner with him and Jack Applebee, shout out Jack. Seriously, two and a half years ago probably. And you said that this is something you really wanted to do wanted to do..
"jovan" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"This is again. It's taking the vibes and feelings of act one and transitioning you beautifully into act to cause as much as act one really is about getting to know the characters and getting showed their stories and understanding where everyone's coming from their motivations in really it kind of is about the community acquis what gives you the snapshot of the world. They live in at large and through seeing that world at large we get to know. The characters are to flip the script where it is very individual character driven but through their very personal stories. We're learning about the community. It is almost a yin yang situation. Going on and song is the perfect or this number. I should say as the perfect transition to it of. We're seeing their beliefs who they are. They're driving force what their world consists out and what they want. They need they feel and it wraps it up in a catchy wonderful song that sends you into act to smiling only for act two to not bring you down but to gently. Pull you into okay. Nothing's going to be a little pissed and he does it so gently but yet so effectively that the two again it was Like i was saying was runaway. Maniac clemson alley and the act to opener juxtaposed next to each other the sheer genius and beauty and the juxtaposition of those two shows. Act one act to it will just. This is why it will forever be my number one musical. Almost everything and i love does not burn. Yeah this is. This is a great number so already so No real surprise. But i still love listening to it anyway. sheer comes mind. Number one lease jovan. This is what we've been building up to.
Haiti: U.S. Delegation Departs Shortly After Arrival, Gunshots Heard at President's Funeral
"In Haiti following the month's assassination of its president, this month's assassination. The United States delegation was rushed out of the country today after guns Shots rang out at the slain president's funeral. In a sign of the chronic violence that has plagued Haiti and recently punctuated by the assassination of its president. Jovan Elmo, is the U. S delegation led by the U. S. S. U. N Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield had to be briskly escorted back to the airport and to the U. S. After gunshots were heard at the funeral for the slain leader, CBS News
"jovan" Discussed on The NBA Show
"I just go. Until it's i'll stop you when it's time to wrap up go ahead wars. Thank you thank you yeah. He's not really. He's not reacting to stuff he's i. He's staying in front of chris and he's getting into his his arm so much in a way that you just don't do chris paul. He's obviously got the the the wingspan that allows him to do that. He can stay in front to and he's just been doing it all series of the point where i just feel like it's exhausting. Cpi three to have to actually be picked up four court almost all game long. I feel like every possession. I haven't i went back and watched a little bit. I haven't seen everything but every possession drew holiday was picking up chris. Paul full court. That's really difficult to do especially in the nba finals. Like there's a reason that mike budenholzer his dad has been saying that basically like you know it was a joke. I think around father's day the Buds dad basically gives them the advice of just run a full court. Press ought game Which is something that you can't really do in the nba. And you aren't supposed to do it against a guy like chris paul. You aren't supposed to be able to play this aggressive against him like he's gonna get you on his back and he's going to you know he's he's gonna put you in a cage on on on the pick and roll and they're gonna get a floater a law or he's gonna get you out of a spot so he did. He did get to his boss but he was missing a lot of shots. And at this point. I guess my question is is that just was missing shots or is he is just what the rest of the series is going to look like for him. And is it just gonna get progressively worse. Because i just can't imagine having to deal with drew holiday for three more games. It's just such an impossible quandary and for honestly for everybody. That's talking about his shooting. Obviously we are talking about this game differently in his performance differently. If they lose this game he went four for twenty from from the field. Smoke weed every day Over five three seven assists three steals and only over one thing. No i'm not done. I'm not done okay. Know i was gonna okay. Okay asks me a question. You asked me a question. i was going to answer. You said the chris paul thing and now but i guess i was rhetorical all it was rhetorical because he's obviously going to continue to get more exhausted for. That's just like it's on these. There are specific things series that you can't that you can't guarantee happening right now. Chris could obviously go ahead and make these shots over his exhaustion but he's obviously going to continue to get more tired is a series goes on Especially so game game six and seven if there are if there is a game six and seven one day break between them. That will be something to pay attention to But it just it's it's an impossible quandary and you know. He's he talked about the offense event. Drew doesn't have the best touch. He just doesn't i think that it's taken him awhile to get exposed because the bucks just haven't had to play a lot of good perimeter defenders in this in this playoff run us other than the heat which it didn't really matter because they're you know the bucks were just head and shoulders better than them In this series. I think that's kind of going to be the manifestation of what you get from drew for the most part I think it just it. It's going to be hard for him to score law on aden who is actually a big reason. He's missing a lot of these layups and also a big reason that the bucks in general immersing layups We've been kind of a thing throughout this series of the bucks or missing a lot of bunnies and it's like no. That's actually just eight style of defense. He's not going to come up and block a shot. I get frustrated. When i think this is my biggest critique of the bucks right now and you brought it up with aidan. I think that they could win. Could have won the series and should be winning the series and five honestly because we saw the blueprint that the bucks can eat the blueprint for the bucks to easily beat the signs and that's to get deandre agent fell foul trouble. It just is what it is and the beginning of this game of game four. I was really frustrated because they were settling for threes. Instead of going to the cup they were buying large giving aid and just free passes to not get fouled to foul. Okay you pass the ball to brook lopez. It's just so we can test from eight and he doesn't even have to try. And you missed a three pointer. I really just wish the bucks would just go at eight and every time. Try to get him in foul trouble because we all know once eight and goes to the bench. They're very thin at center. The very thin at center and i don't know why they haven't done that if you do that. You can do blow out low out the sons every time. Am i wrong in that. I get really frustrated watching the bucks. Feel like it'd be so much easier. I'm of two minds about this. I don't think it's that easy to get him in foul trouble because of the style of his defense like he does a really good job of keeping his body away which actually allows him to go for blocks and like. Come down harder on on on some angles. That guys will try to take the try to trick you with. You know which which way they're going to go for the layup peak and actually follow that because he's far he's far back and that makes it hard to get into foul trouble like The first battle he took. Today i think was against jaanus and that was because he just barreled into his body. And that's you know that's something that you can do. But like going back to guy like drew holiday or even khris middleton like he is able to keep up with them and they don't necessarily probably because he's not being posted up or he's not being taken to the post against them obviously is probably why they're not being able to draw as many fouls. So yeah i'm with you in that sense. But i don't think it's i don't think it's that easy. He's he's a very good defender. And i think it was natural. He was gonna come into game four after game. Three and all the foul trouble Which also like. Let's face it. We're like in game three a lot of if he calls that got him into foul trouble With that i think he was obviously just going to be a little bit more careful and make sure that didn't happen again. Because i think he knows how important he is he is. He is vitally important. Like that's kind of the thing right like because of the way that he plays defense it allows them to to shut down in the same way. That is like a much more dramatic way shutdown. That law play eight shutting down law. Plays all the time And he's he's doing it by tricking a guy like jrue holiday who is just. He is a defensive minded player. that's his strength and he has turned himself into an offensive player. And he's always. I mean he's always had that but he's just not had like the the finals level like offensive star. Feel which has always been like. I think a big reason why he's been underrated as a player. That's just not something we value in in In the regular season and like that's largely been where he's played his played played basketball Now we're seeing that in the playoffs and we obviously see how valuable that is and like that that to me is is what the bucks are really essentially right like it's it's this battle between skill and physicality and right now so i actually think the sun should've have tried to put the hammer on this quickly. I don't think the bucks were really gonna let them just to finish off your point. Actually i think probably they could probably stand to put brooklyn brook lopez in the post against eight and a lot more. That's that's my biggest cry. that'd be play. I would love to see brook. Lopez play the way he did in those final games against atlanta. Split them in a post just through the lives to them. Just have them. Ric have have them be down. There is no use of seventy two dude being shooting threes right now not in this series especially in that with the makeup of that team the bucks have three point shooters. They don't need three point shooting from brook lopez. Get you acid the pain get some dunks in. I want to talk about something really.
Haiti's Interim Leader Requests US Troops
"Has asked the United Nations and the United States for troops to protect key infrastructure as the country reels from Wednesday's as Wednesday's assassination of President Jovan Elmo Ease. Senior American officials said there was no plan to send military forces the U. S intelligence officers would assist the investigation. Adam Isaacson is from the Washington office on Latin America, a US based advocacy group. 80 really needs help in forming a legitimate government. And of course, the those who are claiming to be legitimate government. They barely have enough security forces to keep order right now in the country, So you know they've taken this rather Outrageously risky step of asking the United States to perform security duties for them, and I don't think the United States is at all interested in another occupation or troop presence in Haiti. I don't think the United States wants to put any of its own personnel in harm's way in Haiti.
Assassination Threatens More Political Chaos for Haiti
"Says the administration believes presidential elections in Haiti should still proceed this year. A two week state of emergency has been declared in Haiti after its president Juvenal Muise, was assassinated by an armed group in his home. NPR's Jackie Northam reports. President Jovan Elmo is faced massive protests in Haiti earlier this year when he refused to leave office. Despite opposition claims that his term it ended State Department spokesman Ned Price says the U. S called for new elections back then, and still does. We have urged Haitian government political stakeholders repeatedly both in public. And in private to reach a political accord in order to ensure those legislative and presidential elections take place later this year. In the meantime, Prime Minister Clo Joseph declared that he's now in charge of Haiti. The State Department says the U. S. Is standing ready to offer assistance in the wake of Morris's killing.
Both Sides Rest in Chauvin Trial, Closing Arguments Monday
"In the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Bin and the death of George Floyd before both sides rested earlier today show Vin was asked if he was going to take the stand. I will invoke my Fifth Amendment privilege today that from court TV judge Peter Kay, He'll reminded the jurors today that they will be sequestered starting Monday, adding. If I were you, I would plan for long and hope for short. Jovan is charged with murder and manslaughter employed staff during his arrest last May on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $20 bill. Civilian Police
Pulmonary Expert Testifies Floyd Died From a Low Level Of Oxygen
"Hearing testimony today from a pulmonary expert and the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Then who's charged in George Floyd's death after video showed Jovan kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest the prosecution asked Dr Martin Tobin about what he thinks Floyd died up there. Floyd died. From a low level of oxygen, and this caused damage to his brain that we see and it also caused a PE a aerate man that caused his heart to stop and what caused the low level breathing is that issue in the trial, The defense is arguing Floyd's drug use led to his death. Death sparked worldwide protest against police brutality and systemic racism.
Police chief condemns Chauvin's use of force on Floyd
"Today in the trial of the former police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. She's my dear Arredondo saying today despite defense claims, Floyd died from a combination of a heart condition, drug use and adrenaline he felt police use of force in the case was excessive when I look at it The Facial. Expression of Mr Floyd that does not appear in any way, shape or form that is light to moderate pressure videos showing former police officer Derrick Show been kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes as the black man pleaded for his life sparked international outrage. Jovan faces murder charges in the case. Prosecutors have maintained the use of force by the officer was excessive. Vice president Kamila Harris made the first
Former Police Supervisor Takes Stand in Chauvin Trial
"In minnesota. The former police supervisor of derek chauvin testified thursday there was no justification for the x. Minneapolis officer to keep his knee on the neck of george floyd for over nine minutes sergeant. David kluger was called by the prosecution in show murder trial based on your review of the body. Worn camera footage Do you have an opinion as to win. The restraint of mr flayed should have ended in this encounter. Yes what is when mr flavors. Logger offering up any resistance to the officers. They could've entered the train and that was after he was handcuffed on the ground and the longer resist prosecutors played a recording of a phone call. Chauvin made to sergeant plueger. After floyd's death in which chosen made no mention of pressing his knee into floyd's neck for over nine minutes paramedic. Dera smith testified. George floyd appear to be dead when the paramedic arrived on the scene with officer still pressing floyd to the pavement. Smith's partner testified he had to ask show fan to get off. George floyd snack or signal to him so the paramedics could check his vitals when they arrived. Also testifying thursday. Which george floyd girlfriend courtney. Ross who described how. The pair fell in love in two thousand seventeen after they met at a salvation army shelter. Where floyd worked as a security guard. Ross described their shared struggle with opioid addiction. Jovan defense is focused on floyd's past drug use in a bid to imply he died of an overdose. Not show vans knee. Floyd family attorney. Ben crump responded quote. Tens of thousands of americans struggle with self medication and abuse and are treated with dignity. Respect and support not brutality.
TE Rob Gronkowski and longtime girlfriend expecting child
"Rob gronkowski and his longtime girlfriend announced on instagram today. They're expecting their first child. It's a boy and gronk he's already got name picked out little rob gronkowski first name. Little middle name rob last name. Gronkowski sounds so preposterous. That i'm gonna say is true. Yeah macedo as true as well
"jovan" Discussed on Frankenculture Presents
"Jovan has always buys stack of your. What's going on everybody. How you doing. What's going on steve. Where two people find you. You find me on twitter. Twitter and instagram under lumberjacks levi. Guy or you're gonna call me you were gonna say something mean.
7 jurors in Chauvin trial to be called back over $27 million settlement
"A judge is considering whether to postpone the trial of derek chauvin. The former minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of george. Floyd after a major civil settlement was announced matt's epic of minnesota public radio reports on friday minneapolis. City leaders agreed to pay the floyd family record. Twenty seven million dollars to settle a wrongful death. Suit attorney eric. Nelson who represents jovan in the separate criminal case says news coverage of the settlement could prejudice jurors. He also questioned the timing of the announcement midway through jury. Selection judge peter. Kay hill called the timing unfortunate. I wish they hadn't it. But i don't sense any evil intent on the timing even as he considers delaying the trial k. Hill is pressing ahead with jury selection
Bowser's Fury Preview
"Mario three d world with the expansion. Our friend joe scribbles over in the uk was able to get some hands on with it ryan. I know you're a big fan of super. Mario three d world. What did you think of joe's preview. I didn't read it. Because i don't want to be spoiled because i'm very excited for this. No it's okay. We'll do it now. It's it's. I'm super excited for this. I'm not necessarily in media blackout. I've seen what i needed to see. I read a little bit about the length of this Sort of bonus campaign. I'm all in like. I don't need anymore to need anymore. Arm twisting this is basically a brand new three d. Mario mini game Or small smaller size game coming to switch very soon. And i can't wait i'll i will hundred percent the main campaign in this game again in multi-player I love game so much. And the boundaries. Fury stuff looks amazing. Didn't read the preview. So i don't want to be spoiled but now my friends could spoil me while i'm stuck here in this chair being forced to listen. I can tell you everything. That's an bits wide though. It's a jovan an awesome job if you listeners viewers if you haven't watched it watches His preview does a really nice job at breaking down the two parts of the game. You know he says it's basically two games in one you get. The classic slightly sped up right more more Side scrolling oriented games. Like mario odyssey three d. exploration game but like this kind of fast for player game and then this completely separate mode. He was only able to get limited time with you. Know a probably everybody's curious about houses fury but he said it's it's really interesting because it's it uses the three d world engine but then a kind of more world set up like odyssey so when you watch preview you can see. It sometimes doesn't quite look as good as odyssey but in general it still looks really impactful because it has all these cool weather effects and it's just really really need to see the styles of the two games mixed like that but the thing that i thought was really interesting is that he He confirmed that. The browser appearance is like the blood moon. Zelda in that it's like a world event that happens and when bowser is there he'll he'll attack you and his attacks can open areas or destroy blocks otherwise you wouldn't be able to get into so it's like it's a scary event but it's also welcome event and so the thing he wasn't able to do is to actually do the battle with presumably. That's what you build up to and that's how you end the level. It's really cool looking. There are so. I don't know how much you want to be. I think he said that you can get him to go away by picking up one of the collectibles called the cat shine and he said there were a lot of similarities and call backs to mario sunshine but no no flood or anything like that and there's an item you can pick up and then do gigantic tax battle with bowser area. Yes you collect. Shines basically like in sunshine which is a different from obviously three d world in the way it set up but yeah it is. It is very curious right like that. You can get a mini mario adventure in it like it almost makes it feel like maybe at one point and they were thinking about doing this. This cap thing as odyssey deal sea level or something like that. Yeah it's I can't wait to play. Unfortunately you know my number one player partner my daughter. We used to play this together. She now lives in japan but luckily the came has multiplayer. So that's right. I mean online online. It does have online from from what i saw. Sort of on social media It seems to work pretty well. I'm i'm i'm very into that concept. I think you're totally honest. Something it it does feel kinda curious that there's this brand new side mode because nintendo didn't need to do this you know like a lot of their Ports have from the you era have been a lot more straightforward. They've added some stuff here and there into like pick men and obviously we got an additional stuff in I guess what was it in. Mario kart today add battle mode eventually on. Yeah we got additions on the switch for sure. Yeah this this game is fantastic on its own and it doesn't feel short on content at all so i'm super happy. They decided to add even more. Like i said one hundred percent of the last one. I'll do it all over again. But i was not expecting anything new here to get. That is really cool. Bonus for fans. Like but i think you're right like the. I wonder when when and where the development of this mode was sort of adjacent to like. Was this an odyssey thing. Was this three d world. Dlc or additional stuff that they were planning until they saw you know the we you kind of tapered off in terms of sales but either way. I'm glad it's here now. It's neat yeah and you know just as a guiding
interview With Dennis Crowley Co-founder of Foursquare and Creator of Marsbot
"Okay. Dennis crowley welcome to the voice. Podcast thanks for the beer. Yeah it's really good to see you again so we were just talking before we got on the bike in the video here that we met very briefly. I think we talked for about ten minutes after voice. Camp by beta works. Which i believe was june of twenty seventeen hundred times ago. Who has a lot of things happened since then and that was fun. I mean yeah. Companies like jovan came out of that. So there's a lot of listeners to my podcast very familiar with jovo and egg voice. I think was there as They're doing really well in the in the custom assistant space rag culture so that was a really Really good event. Very early on is reputed. We're starting to build custom assistance. And you're on stage. I don't remember exactly what your Your comments and prognostications were. But i'm sure they came true. I think we were talking about Voice skills at the time. I think i let alexa was opened to you. Know building your own voice skills. And i think we were. We force for likes learning with like. Should we make something there or not. Yeah and you'd never did correct. We did we made something for actually made something for google. Whatever google on google home google. Now whatever it's called sugarless assistant yet but we we. We launched them but we never really promoted it. I don't think. I even know it still works to be honest. We saw very williams at with that stuff as it's tough because you really have to say a mouthful just to get the thing to work like. Hey google assistant foursquare this. That's just not what normal people do. You know. That's really interesting So actually why don't we. I think most of the people who are listening are probably familiar with foursquare. But why don't we talk a little bit about your journey with foursquare what that does how that lets you up to the assistant. We'll talk about that. And then obviously. We want to spend a lot of time on mars. Because i think that's a really interesting solution. But for the people who aren't up to speed on the foursquare journey you know what you're what you're quick summary about how you got to where you are because you know a tremendously important company in many ways At least from my perspective And you know really at the at the onset of the bubble revolution in particular. And now we're in voice and you're doing something else in the space so i think it's really interesting. How you're jumping these technology curves. Yeah i mean we've been doing foursquare for for twelve years now and so forth. What has been a lot of different things in those twelve years kind of typical startup journey of trying a little bit of everything until you really figure it out but started as a consumer app Back in two thousand nine audience maybe fifty sixty million users which still wasn't enough In terms of you know running a at canal a product radio ads in the product. And so that's really when we started to understand that the destiny of the company was becoming more of an enterprise providing tools and technology to develop partners providing data a building advertising marketing solutions in robust analytics around types of people have been to what types of places You know really a lot of the things that he saw the consumer equitable to spin those into very valuable Tools and technologies for for others to use and company has has been doing really well since we've really figured out how that business works really changed the company to better serve those opportunities. Yes it was really a social connectivity app. I would say in the beginning. And it's moved into that data location business. Yeah you're you're you're working with enterprises. I will say that i still use the foursquare out. Yes why there's tons of people still use the apps and i think that consumer dna still runs very strongly. The company which i think gives us A unique perspective. When we're building had of these enterprise tools like normally think of enterprise stuff is like oh it's just software for companies but like we approach it as As as you would if you were building it for for end users and i think that allows us to be more thoughtful like more clever with it more playful with it sometimes And you know he was still a team here that works on the consumer apps. Like my my job now is run the the rnd team here which just makes weird stuff with the tools and technology in the most of that we are stuff is meant to be used by end users. Just people that are walking around was was phones or airpods. Whatever
"jovan" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Thing that for me I found joy in being able to do something that I love that. Turned into a career for me in now having the opportunity to full circle, be able to gain valuable experience in move into into an area where I can kind of. Create. Something of my own and be able to not only obviously use my short story to. Inspire others, but to be able to kind of inspire myself to the next level as well. you have to be able to constantly WanNa see a better version of YOU IN A. I think unlocking that gig unlocking the true potential of you knowing okay. This is what I WANNA do. This is what I'm passionate about There's people that need me I think those are things that kind of just wake you up out of bed in the morning you know like I watch a lot of Eric Thomas motivational videos and it's like if it doesn't wake you up and get you out of bed at six am or five am than you know it's probably not what's for you. But if if it does and you wake up feeling possessed like it's just everything's a blessing unjust. Extremely thankful and and like I said because something I think that has been able to keep me going at times It's like if you don't really have some to believe in other than just yourself or other people like you have to have a higher purpose and believe that someone somewhere some somebody you know is praying for you or pete were you have a large group village a community that Sprang for you? So you just always kind of just keep going and I've felt multiple times failed. Got Back up and and I think that that's something that people need to realize too that venerable like in have dreams and goals and aspirations that kind of What you're thinking is sometimes when you think that they're just like. Unattainable things while be unattainable but the moment you start to kind of switch your perspective and put a positive spin on things and and see yourself kind of those opportunities I. Think a lot of it happens for you so..
"jovan" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"We're able to work with NBA teams and were able to go and put out put on clinics across the country where we can put able bodies put adaptive athletes in data, stand up basketball players in one Jim along with us, and then their parents and allow that environment to kind of teach everybody in in the room what the world can look like in the future you know with this next generation. On my bed bath home my God that is just so awesome I mean everything you're doing you just really cool just for some of our listeners that kind of stand the difference between stand up and wheelchair basketball can you kind of go into the both both that different? Would you guys do playing wise but also as you leave touched on some of those clinics and kind of just where you've been able to travel on the world with basketball and all those experiences. Definitely. So we play standup amputee basketball, which is basically basketball without a wheelchair. We played just as able bodied or people with two legs would and most of our competition bay stuff we do three hundred tournaments usually we play in La. Three on Nike three, three tournament every year that's for like our own competition for us to continue to kind of set president to show that we can obviously play with able bodies on. But our main goal right now is being able to facilitate camps and clinics all over the country working with MBA D. League teams to be able to like I said creating an environment adaptive athletes in stand up amputee basketball players can come in professional basketball players. Organizations can all be in the same room with people that obviously are Given adverse circumstances and they can play and compete just as well as anybody else can So being able to create that environment that village that is going to be Just, something that I feel like. It has been a long time coming I mean we as obviously adapted athletes We've come a long way like especially being able to see what like the Paralympics are like. We be nationally televised being able to see a lot of Amputees at the espy awards and doing different competing in competitions and different in different sports all over the world. I think that now more than ever it's kind of a time where Adaptive athletes be like to say instead of disabled, athletes. Are Really at the forefront of sports and the forefront of being able to provide inspiration to the next generation I. Mean you think about obviously or the role models that you have in your life but at the same time is sometimes they don't come in. The perfect package either you know there's people out there that are providing inspiration impacting another generation of of different type of athletes that still may not really be able to or have the opportunity or the resources to be able to share not only their stories but share how they're trying to make an impact on in the world in their own communities that I think that's just the most important thing for us right now as an organization we just WanNa make sure to be can provide something for the next the next generation the next knees, the next you know Richard Ramsey's the next nick priors. And the next God Odin List goes on I. Think it's just something that we. To be able to make sure we can carry it on. That's awesome and and you touched on it a little bit the beginning but I just want to stress guys..
Ex-officer charged in George Floyd's death released from jail
"Former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin is out of jail on a $1 million bond. He was the office air seeing in viral videos, placing his knee on George Floyd's neck. Floyd's death in police custody let two months of protests. Cost, shoving his job and lead to his arrest on second degree murder charges. Jovan was released from the Minnesota Correctional Facility is trialist scheduled to begin on March 8th
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Yeah. Yeah not like I'm not going to call him out like, you know negatively necessarily but like the Nuggets throughout the course of playoffs specifically tried to Target. Lou Williams. Yeah. Yeah, right. Yep. Yep. You're someone that at six foot five six. At 6 we have something in that range 220 pounds. It's just hard to go through like you're someone that I think teams are going to struggle to attack and switches at least and I think that's almost the most important part given the questions going and no question. I mean now you see guys I Grant Williams, you know in stronger guys like that switching up and down line up being able to Garden guys in a smaller guys and I feel like it's, you know, due mostly to to a strength who are some of the guys that you've talked to, you know, be it younger guys in the NBA, you know vet of like Jeff Green they came and spoke to you guys and soft season know who were some of the guys that you've talked to that have really given you some good advice. And the thing is I was just talking to this guy named Scotty today. I can't I can't remember his last name. He played at Tennessee, but I like learning a lot from the guys who you know have been on the probably that's exactly who it is, but I like birth. Talking to the guys that have been in the NBA or had a cup of tea in the NBA and then got out of the NBA. I want to know you know, what's the reason why they feel like they didn't stick. What's the reason why you know, they've had play on for 6, however many different teams. So Michael Beasley has been down here working out and you know, obviously he's had quite the career and quality experience. So I've been a need to learn, you know, some of the things I wouldn't necessarily say not to booba, you know, some things that you want to stay away from and now he's, you know, trying to fix his reputation and things like that and get a chance to get back in the NBA but you know bam adebayo has been down here. He's a great guy, you know on and off the court with the way he approaches the game, you know, and not sure and and how he go to the boss thing. So I've been able to learn a lot from him, you know, there's been a lot of pro guys down here that I've been able to soak up Knowledge from What's the biggest lesson you've taken away from some of those guys on the fringes of really, you know, Scotty was talking a little bit about today and he was saying that you know, if you're one of those friends guys, you know, you're dead gotta have your head on straight. He was saying, you know, it's it's like a corporation like you're going to work every day. And are you making guys, you know, happy about coming into work or you sucking life out of the team those type things..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"All right. Now on the show here we got Desmond a not TCU Desmond is a potential first-round pick in the upcoming 2020. NBA draft someone that is I think if you'll kind of understand as we talk throughout this conversation just one of the one of the more fun players I've gotten a chance to talk to over the course of the last few years one of the off just a just a good human being that it's fun to talk about this stuff. So Desmond, how you doing, man? Doing great, man. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. So. I'm going to start this interview the way I do with every other NBA draft prospect that I have on the show. If you're to describe your game in your own words to NBA fans that are listening out there right now with how would you describe your game? I would say Rock Solid I would say that you know, that's a word that you can use. I'm I'm a smart player on both ends of the floor. I know what I'm I'm good at home. I know some of the things that I'm not so good at and you know, when you put me out on the floor with with multiple good players, you know, I feel like I kind of fit like a glove on both eggs. Barcelo I would say Rock Solid is the word to describe me. Yeah, for sure. I think that's a really great way to do it as well. Yeah averaged Seventeen point six rebounds Forest this year, but I would imagine that most people know you as kind of a three-point Gunner given the fact that you've hit 43% of nearly six hundred three point attempts over the course of your collegiate career..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"We were in Vegas for summer league and we were at the Westgate Sportsbook because I wanted to be watching Australian football and that deal goes down and they run out and get their laptops. They have to write obviously. I don't really have to write just cuz that's not like, you know, I can write in those circumstances. I don't necessarily have to write in those circumstances and I was watching Australian football. So I wanted to watch essendon and We were like getting ready to like run up to the sports book to see what they were going to put the Clippers at in terms of winning the title. We were basically just like Tom Brady like bang down the sports book like essentially doors. I guess they're not really doors, but just like begging to be able bet on the Clippers if it was anything over like three or four to one. I think it's settled in early at like 3 and 1/2 to 1 if I remember correctly. And unfortunately we couldn't do that Sports will close like 20 minutes before that trade went down but I think it speaks to the attitude that permeated the NBA about this Clippers team and I think it speaks to the attitude that permeated the Clippers themselves off about this scene because I think they saw themselves as the favorites even as the Lakers throughout the course of Season kind of surpassed them. and but I think the the kind of frustrating part if you're the Clippers or someone who did Believing that they were the number 2 offense they were the number five defense, you know that they did have the fourth best record in league. They you know were the two seat out west. You know, I think you're looking at the season. I mean maybe wage expected them to be the one seed or maybe you expected them to have a top-three defense, but for the most part like they hit the benchmarks that you kind of expected them to hit and did so wrong with Kawhi Leonard, you know, having the injury management they had unforeseen injuries of you know, Paul George had his shoulder surgeries then suffered a hamstring injury, you know, Midway Through The Years Landry shamet missed. I'm Beverly missed time. Jamychal green Mist. I'm like, they made the Marcus Morris trade. Like they had all these variables in in kind of various forms of adversity that they did not come with their talent and just kind of with their two-way ability and even till The Bitter End like again, they had a 3-1 lead, they weren't Prime position to win game five. They were in Prime position to one game six and they were actually in game seven really until the last eight or nine minutes. So I mean, it's just the manner in which they collapsed the devastating fashion of having the three one series lead and losing of having those second hot leads and losing it just really was like this team was almost waiting to unravel at the seams off and you know, the chemistry issues were always there and they might have been patched over at times but they were never fully resolved and you saw Lou PG and Kawhi all lunch and chemistry in their post-game press conferences, you know, the team talking about not having enough time together, you know, whether that was practicing or or just the on-court reps with different guys in and out of the bubble bath even heard that the conditioning excuse that they had but it was just this was like the best and the worst of the Clippers you saw The potential with the three one series lead you saw the potential with big second-half leads and then you saw the demise with a you know, lackadaisical effort at times with an inability inability to execute them basic things, like pick-and-roll defense rotations running an offense..
"jovan" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Yovan what's going on, man? How's it going? I'm running on four hours of sleep after maybe the the worst playoff collapse in NBA history. Yeah, I'm running on I got six at least last night, which was a good cuz I wrote that big like breakdown of the nuggets and how they just like destroy the Clippers pick-and-roll defense and I'm glad that I got the basics like I feel like that's what I needed but yours is a little bit more required a bit more tact than mine. Did I think is the way to put it so I understand you needing to take a couple more hours than I did. The Sara Lee a piece is great. By the way, thank you. Let's just I mean, where do you want to start with this? Obviously, like I said in the intro we're going to talk about the Clippers here. We're going to talk about how the Nuggets just essentially broke them over the course of three straight games birth. Stray awful comebacks. At least this one. I think only got out to 9 in game seven with the Clippers lead, right? Yeah only got out to 9 a.m. I believe that that was what about you know, two thirds saying that the the Clippers Clippers biggest leaders 12:00 on this game. So they actually blue they they blew a third consecutive double-digit great. Would you like to see? Yes, go ahead. Where do you want to start? I was going to say I had a line in my story that I think just kind of it's what I've been thinking about. What was that? Until The Bitter End this team teased us and you know on paper they were the you know, you had this greedy identity from off-season the Steep Supporting Cast this Championship coaching staff. You add Kawhi Leonard and Paul George 2 of at that time that you know top ten players in the league. You have Kauai coming off routers run you have PG coming off of top three finishes and MVP and defensive player of the year and rightfully. So this team was the championship favorite, you know in in Vegas with MBA pundits analytics across-the-board. Most people had them pegged as best team or at worst a top-three game. Yeah, and I'll give you a quick little anecdote on that. I think I've told this story took Robby kalland on the podcast before but the night that Kauai in Paul George ended up on the Clippers Robbie and a couple of friends Brad Roland Martin Rickman dead..
"jovan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So it was so weird and the things I could see With the binoculars were amazing. So I'm gonna I'm gonna make that a habit now, especially in the new world where we can't. They don't want us mingling around. But, well, you know, we've all had so many negative tests. You're not guaranteed. It's just, you know, it could be a false negative. And you know you get tested one day. You don't get the results to the next day, so I'll go back and get tested. But the one thing about Jovan Kinlaw Ah, the Forest Buckner. I mean, 90 nines been a big numbers for a big man. Alden Smith is tall. Not nearly as thick as this guy to force Buckner's actually taller then, Javan. Yeah, but you von, I mean, you know, one of the writers put it, He should be measured in square footage. Haven't I always said that about shack? You know, anybody who was taller was not wider, and people that aren't wider, are not taller. So when you look at overall body Mass. Jovon Kinlaw is that big? And I know you are enamored with Trent Williams. When shred Williams were standing. Actually, Yvonne can lodge of Qin Law is towers over him. His arms are immense vision, and he lost. About £40 going in his final year in South Carolina, and we had him on the night they drafted him. He said. He was 3 15. But he's listed at 3 24. But he's got to get in better shape. He's not in shape and he's there. Talking about heavy legged nous Robert Silas said yesterday. I thought he was heavy Leggett the first minute of practice fight Saturday. He's just not just camp legs. Ah, he is a big man who's got to get into a better shape to be able to play the way the 40 Niners play not just up to field in the wide nine and three technique but to run to the ball. I mean, when that you know, they say, you know, they dump a screen out and he's got, you know he's got a transition from rushing the quarterback, two pivoting out and chasing the ball and he was gassed, so he's got to get in better shape. I don't know. I don't think he'll be a three down player immediately. Ah! So you wonder what would he be in what could be more of a base guy? Because he's so big? That would probably be one desire. Run. Stop the run, But he's got natural pass rush ability. I think we'll get there eventually. But they've got a lot of guys that they could put in to stop the run. The question would be. What's the sub package going to be? You kick? Armstead inside? Defore. John looks we never saw him. Like this at all last year, not for a moment because he had that P r p I remember was July 31st. He left. He had the order the plasma rich platelet, whatever it's called spinning, and he was never never this guy and I see him now. Where he's getting down on his knees. Priest snapped like some, you know, lineman doing a goal line, but he wants to get so low so before the ball snapped, he's literally on his knees. And then he gets up out of that He could never do that last year. So when I saw him in Kansas City throughout his career in his last year, and I was saying he was like von Miller, it's like he's in a lot of times he did lined up offsides. But he was so fast off the ball. It was amazing. We never saw that at all. But he could still be affected, But he would not. He would not always get down in the four point he would do it out of a two point a lot. And now looking back on it. I don't think he physically could. He could get with a quad. The knee. He could not get down. He is a different guy this year and you talk about a gold rush and ferociousness Ken laws different than Defoe. To be sure. But you get Dee Ford back where he was in Kansas City. This whole this whole defy think this defense is a chance to be better. This year than it was last year. And it was pretty damn good last year and dominantly good. Yeah, no doubt, by the way, going back to your roaming that goes back to Raiders days because I remember when I met you. I moved here in 2010 when I met you. I was up at Raiders camp when I was asking everybody. Where is this great pop? Where's this great papa And somebody pointed And you're like, right in the middle. And you were in one of those Nick Saban, sun hats and everything. But you were all over the place at the wrong guy that that was that was 100% you and you're just you're just sauntering around while I got you. I want to see. So you got three different fields. Everybody else's rules. There was Papa rolls, and that's it. No, I got a girl now. You know I was with Tom Flores times, Johnny. So one o'clock. So what I want I want to see everything. So what I would position myself was between the two fields and I love training camp and the ultimate was dubbed Valley last year in Denver, Because I could literally and tempers with me and Timo John's 12 30. I could go from like a snap. Snap snap, snap snap snap. Where you just You know, 40 Niners offense against Denver Defense ones versus ones over here, then flip it over on the other side. And if you time it right, so I would walk and I'm walking back and forth. It's so much fun. So here and again with a Koven is different protocols like John Lynch came over and asked me up and I'm like, Don't touch. Put your basket. You know, it's just got to get used to it, But so they don't want us roaming around as much. But I'd say that binoculars are a whole different deal. Or I could see No, I don't have to move and slide all the time. I could pick up things you know, literally. I don't know, 500 yards away from me three football fields away from me, and I'm looking at a running play and how they're hitting the outside zone and then come right back to this field. You don't want to do You know that hill. They have practice? Yeah, sure that Harbaugh erected. Yeah. Is that what that was Only big pole erected that if my back would allow me I think there's a flat part at the top of that hill. Now you may have to get a helicopter to get me up there. But that would be socially distancing away. I would be way away from everybody here, and that would be like Bear. Bryant had the tower in Alabama, where I could imagine watching practice from up on top of that hill and have a pair of binoculars up there. That would be You know, the amazing thing was Raider Camp. Everyone jotting Agimat would take me up in the in the Yeah. Power that that wass incredible Because you could you like state he likes every like You're right on top of everything, and they're shooting everything. So they gotta be close. They've since just continued that they got cameras that could do that. But that is the best boy to watch practice. That is that was just wanted to be windy, right? Scared that he could die. Yeah, Yeah. You want that? But, Yeah, that's very cool. Smoky, have Ah, We're gonna play baseball tonight. That's a great question that holder I think text that to three this morning. About the air quality is in the city. Do aren't you had fans in the stands? I don't know if you could play point. This morning. I got infact. I got like an alert this morning on my phone about where we live out here in the East Bay, where they said that there's fires all around us. And don't guess people were calling. To the police because there was so much smoke blowing in, But there's none where we know that there's a bite daughter just left. He's driving back to L. A. And she showed me a picture and visibility is like nothing. The air quality is terrible. It's a spare the air Alert has been issued and East. O'Quinn's bad. I mean, the A's and giants are both home and they're home all weekend. So which is odd, But if you had fans that were going to the game tonight, I'm not sure you could play. But maybe the players for another reason after we're masks tonight. Just for the.
Transcript: Chauvin told Floyd it takes "a lot of oxygen" to talk
"53 Before his death, George Floyd told a former Minneapolis police officer that he couldn't breathe. More than 20 times newly released transcript from body cameras worn by other officers accused in his death reveal that there aren't show them the white officer who held his knee on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes. Told Floyd to stop talking and stop yelling, adding, quoting here. It takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk. Transcripts were made public is part of ex cop Thomas Lanes request to have his case dismissed lanes attorneys as his client trusted show Vin and that once Floyd was on the ground, the rookie officer twice asked if Lloyd should be rolled to his side, But Sheldon said no. Jovan is charged with second degree murder, laying into other former police officers are charged with aiding and abetting
"jovan" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
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What else? Corona!
"Hey guys hey. This is quarantined. Special saw Corentin special party. He knows how many parts there will be a while they too will watch this. Show this to exactly just to see. This is just this season but the but no is coming off as much as I would say. Let's talk about. The rebels is reality and we have still colliding with this bad ass disease right now but it will pass. I just got a couple of calls just working from home and it's interesting because I talked to different people role globally so I get to talk to people from all different countries and so sometimes. I'm I'm just surprised sometimes about where people are at and this affects people differently like we all know but I just got off talking to a friend a colleague in Germany and man. Oh I was like we were meant to talk about something. We literally spent forty minutes just like having a session on just we can do it. You're okay how are you near Lezo? Stay strong friend you know. And it's like what if it is adjustment thing you say funny like sometimes you can from hiring more you think. Oh yeah cool. Welcome him APPEA- days but at least we know going back to work the next day or the next week that this feels a bit uncertain. Because it's like we would hold I four weeks and now it's more let me going to be twelve last. I think it's about adjustment of what I have to pick up my workplace. Actually because they are competing fixable. They know that people have children or other responsibilities. They know that this is a huge adjustment and people on some people aren't suited to working from home so they are retry it as much as possible to be flexible and because we are all the organization they have reverted funds to support people who live in college. Who are freelancers? Pay Their rent. Who you know what I mean so this to me. It feels like even this is really crap was going on. We tried to pull together to make people's experiences of this at least a bit better. Yeah that that makes me feel good. I think for me. It's just. It's kind of the ways that people things that people are afraid of that. I'm being very aware of and so for some people you know. They're afraid for their families. And so if you've got relatives in countries and so he's he's really touch me because you know he has a mom in Brazil and he's like you know the most the most hard done by people in those cultures in those countries. What what is it what? What about them when they can't get access to health care they can't give up a festive ones on the on the list when it comes to resources because they don't have the money and to book you talked about this last time the private health insurance and when it comes to work. I feel like the him. He's real kind of pain was coming from the uncertainty around work where the company's losing projects. I just talked to Marissa This afternoon as well and should she works for a Hedge Hedge Fund but I can investment bank That sponsors and she was talking to your best year mercer and she was just sharing how this company that specialize in Holidays High Holidays and they and they're like you know borrowed forty million to start their company or something crazy like that and they're projected earnings and revenue for this next month zero and so it's just alert these ways that people are just feeling fearful so job security is really a big one and he was just sharing their with great with you live in a country where yoga get unemployment. Belfair all you can kind of do this and that the government willing to do this but there are places where it's like often we ain't got nothing for you usual job. Good luck to you. So I was really found his pain so he's worried about his wishes USA heaviness to him about worried about so. I'm just trying to encourage him. And just you know just got my little car. Djing words of wisdom up there on a mile my back the back of me so when people see video just like you know just trying to put a few words out there and just keep encouraging. Yeah you know people that you've seen as really strong and you interact with them on a daily basis and they're like to see them so bun rable at this. Time is really humbling. I think it's humbling for them. People that I just was always like. Oh this is about us. But it's like they are afraid fearful and depressed and not necessary. Made the mostly weak enough. But you just see inside of you. I think this is the fact that this is also unprecedented. Like nobody knows how what when? And so you're right and then you start to realize the things that you rely on and I think that's what's really showing me when I'm not traffic on. Having compensate the panic the the most panic that the kind of conversations I'm having with people is all centered around yet security jobs e micro a lot of people who have very much safer kind of freelance space and very much kind of kind of doing what. I want to do creatively. All of a sudden they're like oh my gosh like really scary and I don't have security. How pay my rent and and and you know and people and I feel really privileged. Actually that I have a job that that is going to stand the test of time. Coding and it will still be there the end of this but even still like I ain't concerned because it gets the point where all of a sudden as well people are thinking. Okay what's the party's what are the core things that needs to focus on? What are the core moments core principles? There's a lot of the kind of added value rose in a business that was all of a sudden seem to feel like not like not important anymore. And so you can really get into like my my job boy. Am I gonNa Again? Same same shots. What was in? I'm big on my company like they've actually been so resilient and how they responded. I think they've been very good at kind of just know that you know we get. This is the day by day thing. This is not a this is what's happening. This week is literally day by day. They're kind of really opened the communication it has to be. I think you know. If I'm honest view might be disappointment. Has Been actually from the government. Not so much from workplaces. I think our work's been great. I think the government being so unsure and so I said the government Boris Johnson. Just not being clear in what he says like a delivery guys. I think you have. The trump does every day like a certain time he has his compasses which again are a shambles. I'm not even GONNA get too much into trying to bring too much negatively into this moment because I think everyone is in that space of worries what will stay there. But I do think that they they could do better with just reassuring people because I think that where there is so much uncertainty. You really do need leadership to lead. And they're just no. I'm just under sweeney disappointed so actually I found solace in looking at my community to lead an. I'm seeing great leaders papa elsewhere in terms of inspectors that. I wouldn't necessarily be looking for them. I E actually checking them of friends who are like how mental health care in this time. What are you doing to kind of? Stay Sane in these moments so small things that check in. Jovan everybody even APP site house. He couldn't if you guys have seen the housefly which is really cool. The instagram live moments. All suffer usually. I would not be my back like it's not my thing but it's actually been somewhere. I found a lot of kind of support salacious when people come and mega positively and like this fun through this also sharing some facts which is held. 'cause I'm really checking on friends and people. I know that else regardless of age that just because it can be quite isolating of course so thankful that MOMS in America view one and your family but yeah so a lot of my friends single or they or they could be partners but then if by themselves and yeah just checking it on them because people are. Social Butterfly is will they? You know they better if you're an extrovert shiver and you get your energy from people. That's really
Introducing Joe Exotic: Tiger King
"There are some stories in the media that leave more questions than answers from wondering comes Joe Exotic Tiger King Joe. Exotic has always loved animals especially tiger cubs lions monkeys. Joe Started Zoo in Oklahoma where you can actually get inside the cages with tigers. But Joe has a Nemesis Carol Baskin. She's another zoo owner. Who doesn't like the way Joe runs things and when Carol Accuses Joe of Animal Cruelty Joe? Turns around and accuses her of being responsible for the mysterious disappearance of her late husband as much as both of them love to save animals. Joe And Carol are hell bent on destroying each other at any cost. If Dirty John Meets Dr Death with a pinch of town. Sounds interesting to you. Just listen to this preview of Joe Exotic while you're listening subscribe to Joe Exotic Tire King on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen you'll also find a link in the episode notes. It was the winter of two thousand fourteen in a little dance hall in. When you would Oklahoma a wedding was just getting started okay. I'd like to welcome you to a most unusual wedding. The room was decorated in hot pink and Tiger Stripes. The audience was a mix of humans and animals. Several people with different kinds of monkeys. There were for the most part in their stroller on their mom's lap for in their shirt Jacqueline Thompson was among the guests. She watched his three men in matching hot pink cowboy shirts and black jeans walked to the front of the hall today. We have gathered to witness the Union of travers. John and Joe. Joe said that he always had two boyfriends at a time he never just had one. Joe Was the groom in the middle. She had a chrome pistol hanging from a leather holster around his hips and a bleach. Blonde mullet. His real name was JOE SHRP. Vogel but he was better known as Joe Exotic in the book of ECCLESIASTES. Bet You didn't know this. We are even better for triple. Braided cord is not easily broken Jones. Fifty one years old one of his husbands to be was in his late twenty s and the other was just nineteen. Okay and can we have the rings please? Jacqueline and the other guests watched as a small eight gripping. A white satin pillow was carried up to the front of the hall to me. These rings as Joe slipped a ring on one fiancee's finger and then on the other. You may now kiss. How after the wedding? The party moved down the street to Joe Zoo there. Joe was in his element climbing in and out of cages while a camera crew captured it all for his Youtube Channel at one point. Jovan Jacqueline over to a bear cage handed her marshmallow and told her. Put It between Your Lips. Five putting in my mouth and I'm like you know hesitating to put my face through the bar and then he grabbed her head and shoved it up against the cage inches from the bears mouth and they're just all of a sudden grab. The Food in his tongue. Ended up going down my throat and all I remember is getting a mouthful of sand and slobber it was like I was gagging and he was just laughing so hard almost pitas fans and they got that on tape too. It was a wild celebration but in a quieter moment. Joe confided something in Jacqueline. He was haunted by a recent tragedy he says. My champ was poisoned Joe. Tall Jacqueline she suspected. Animal rights extremists. Were behind it as well as the recent deaths of his wolf POPs and he was afraid they wouldn't be the last and he just started crying. You wrapped his arms around me. And we just balled together. Then Joe said she was looking for someone to provide security to keep his animals safe at the zoo and to keep him safe over the years joe had made a lot of enemies but was one who kept him up at night he would just always call her names like crazy bitch. That hateful bitch. It was always something bitch. That woman was Carol Baskin All. He talked about ways that she won't leave him alone for five years now. Carol had been threatening to shut down Joe Zoo and destroy all that he had built. He said he needed somebody. That was really good with a gun that could take her out and now joe was ready to put an end to it and I said you need a sniper. He's like why you have one. I said actually I do.
N.F.L. Declines to Suspend Tyreek Hill After Domestic Violence Investigation
"The Kansas City chiefs have dealt with domestic violence with a few different players. But without a doubt right now the most prominent is star wide receiver tyreek Hill. I can you tell me about tyreek hill as a player and what he brings to the chiefs. Offense tyreek Hill is one. One is the most dynamic exciting explosive most fun to watch players in the NFL. He's very small wide receiver. If you were to Stanek some at the grocery store you wouldn't look at the sky and say wow he's an NFL player but when you get them on the football field key is arguably faster than anybody anybody else in the NFL. What he's able to do when he gets the ball in his hands and space weather? That's catching a pass from Patrick mahomes down the middle of the field. The Thai Rico. Taking jet sweep out of the backfield or catching a punt or kickoff return kill to the outside electrify in for the touchdown. He's one of the most exciting players in the NFL and he's expected to play a major role in the super bowl on on Sunday Probably being guarded by Richard Sherman. Can you describe what the matchup with the niners is GonNa look like yet. It should be a really great matchup between tyreek Hill and Richard Chairman. Who is the star? Cornerback for the San Francisco. Forty niners and one of the most interesting XS. and Os schematic thing. That's going on right now. Is How the chiefs are GonNa find ways to get tyreek hill away from Richard Sherman. Because they don't WanNa throw against Richard Sherman so the goal will be to find ways to get the ball to tyreek hill. Line him up in different places get him the ball and creative ways so that. They're not putting him in one on one situations against one of the best. quarterbacks and football tyreek hill was making headlines even before he ever played a single. NFL Game. Can you tell us about his college career and the incident that happened in December of two thousand fourteen yes tyreek hill kind of had a winding college football journey. He actually started at a community college and Kansas before enrolling at Oklahoma state and in his first year at Oklahoma state in two thousand fourteen he became a star immediately really because of his ridiculous speed his strength as a special teams players apart. returner this but late. In his only a year at Oklahoma state he was arrested and accused of domestic violence in an incident with his girlfriend who is twenty years old at the time and he was accused of Punching Ching her choking her and also punching her in the stomach while she was pregnant. tyreek hill was brought here to the pain county jail. His arrest comes just one week after for he was the hero of the bedlam game. So is arrest on the charge and almost immediately was dismissed from the Oklahoma State football team. He pleaded guilty into this domestic violence. Charge in addition to a battery charge and he was sentenced to three years probation. He was also instructed to go to anger management counseling to undergo domestic violence counseling. Although he was never sentenced to jail time He was able to continue his college football career when he enrolled at the university. I see of West Alabama. That's a division two school and then in April of two thousand sixteen sixty fifth in the two thousand sixteen. NFL draft against it achieves slack. Sorry Cal Wide Receiver West Alabama so it was a surprise. Actually that tyreek Hill was drafted because in in two thousand sixteen. We were still not that far removed from the Ray Rice scandal and you know tyreek Hill at kind of become kind of a poster child for a guy who got in trouble while in college in he. He was seen as one of those type of guys whose character red flags made him undrafted. He's had some issues domestic violence issue that that frankly frankly I thought might keep him from being drafted. This guy has blazing speed but the Kansas City chiefs went ahead and drafted him anyways. They drafted him in the fifth round in large part because of his forty or dash ty which was four point two nine seconds which is elite speed one of the fastest times that at any NFL players have run in years and what the reaction when he's drafted. It was pretty negative. We have to remember that. The Kansas City chiefs went through one of the most horrific horrific incidents in recent. NFL history in two thousand twelve. When one of their players linebacker named Jovan belcher killed his girlfriend and then committed suicide right in the parking lot of the chiefs training facility belcher turned one of those guns on Perkins reportedly shooting her nine times at the home? The couple shared with their three month Old Daughter the child was spared. This is a wound that was still very raw in the Kansas City community. You know very tragic senseless murder suicide aside and here the chiefs are drafting tyreek Hill player. who had pleaded guilty to very violent crime against his pregnant pregnant girlfriend and so it was? It was largely negative response especially from from female fans from the survivor community. I find that really frustrating that We're still holding up these celebrities As you know oh working on things things are getting better. We don't know what she's going through. And it's important to note that when Giovane Belcher thing happened Andy. Reid was not the head coach of the chiefs yet but he was tyreek Hill was drafted. And what's the response from from. I'm Andy Reid and from the chiefs front office when they start to see some of this backlash you know. The immediately held a press conference and tried to talk about all of the work that they had done into studying tyreek hill. Well we have our due diligence. We're regards to fooling vetting. Each one of our draft class members. They spoke to WHO His coaches and they also spoke to the prosecutors from Oklahoma in the domestic violence case and they said all right we. We believe that this guy i. I won't get in trouble again before given the opportunity for a second chancellor on the right things and so he's he's been in counseling. Continue to be in counseling. We've got a great support system here for that and that he would be a model citizen and largely for his first couple of years in Kansas City he was and despite this pushback that they're getting from fans both in Kansas City and across the country Tyreek Hill remains on the chiefs after after. He's drafted and he starts this season as punt returner. How does his rookie season go? Spectacularly from football perspective the open field. He's they're gonNA take special chance to sit in started out as kind of a wide receiver. Who is kind of buried on the Dutch art? But he was their primary punt returner and within a couple months of his rookie year. If you went to a game at Arrowhead you would see fans wearing that number ten tyreek Hill Jersey and every time that he would go back to catch a punt. You would hear in unison. Fans at Arrowhead stadium chanting tie wreak tie reek and he would feed off of it. The crowd would feed off of this energy. And you know. It didn't take long before. He became one of the most beloved players on the chiefs roster because of his football prowess and in spite of the ugly history that he had coming into the NFL and in the next few seasons go after the two thousand sixteen season so as far as football it only continued to get better for tyreek hill so as a rookie. He was primarily early. A special teams player. You know we mostly just saw him returning punts and doing a fantastic job of that. He was an all pro his rookie year. But you know after that first season he became the chiefs number one wide receiver. They moved him from a special teams roll into a role where he was going to be a major part of their offense and he handled that Smith winds up getting Franch Kansas City. He exceeded everybody's expectations as a wide receiver. She became at that point. The most important piece in the chiefs offense and then in March of last year tyreek Hill is back in the news with new allegations of child abuse. tyree kills three year. Old Son suffered a broken arm in March of Twenty nineteen. And how this this child broke his arm. That is the big question and that was what investigators in Kansas where tyreek hill his fiancee. The mother of his son were living living and ultimately nobody has determined how the child suffered this broken arm in April after about a month of investigation the district attorney in Johnson County. Kansas Released a statement that while he believed a crime had been committed they did not have evidence that can conclude Who who the perpetrator was? So that meant that it could have been tyreek hill. It could have been his fiancee. It could have been a caregiver a short time later. The case from a criminal perspective respective was ruled inactive the NFL's investigation and the Department of Children Family Services. Their investigations continued however and then the day after the district attorney in Kansas declines to press charges audio between Hill and his fiancee is released. What you'd rather him somehow or he fell one of the two? Then why does say deputy. Why Oh and just to clarify for listeners? Be Fiance Crystal. That he's talking to on this recording is the same woman that he pled guilty to abusing in college. Yes initially in April liberal part of this audio recording released and it was very damaging to tyree count. You could hear tyreek Hill could parading his fiancee. You know using threatening language is terrified of you and you say that he respects you but it's not it's not respect it's terrifying. He is terra of we need to be terrified of and the immediate reaction to that in the media from from kind of within the NFL world was how could they not charge him. After this month's later the full audio recording was released which you know didn't didn't necessarily tyreek Hill in a better light but it kind of even out the conversation a little bit reports he wrote. And if you want to rewind that night we can rewind that night to my house and pick you up and slam you know picked up and put out on my door and after that you've built bruises come from tyree waited the bruises. Come Out I'm asking. Where did the bruises come out to hit Youtube? You too and it was full audio recording that I believe is really the key piece of evidence for the NFL that led the NFL to their decision. To not ultimately punished honest. I recall after this investigation.
New protest hit Haiti amid demands that president resign
"In Haiti fresh violence erupted today as thousands heeded calls to protest against president Jovan Eloise crowd set fires police fired tear gas and gunfire broke out it was the latest in three weeks of demonstrations over an economic crisis and allegations of corruption linked to the president.
Cory Seager Jovan, Max Scherzer And Blue Jays discussed on CBS Sports Radio
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