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"karras" Discussed on Filmspotting
"But really, let's get to some other stuff. That's just how I read it. That's kind of the basis. So it's not just that it's shocking and gory. I mean, there's a lot of shocking and gory movies I like. Yeah, of course. But there are a lot of shocking and gory movies that I feel don't have as much on their mind as this film. But I know you just expressed, that's not how you see this movie. I don't know if I even see its concerns as what I would describe as theological, but that's a discussion maybe for another time. The fundamental difference is that I don't see that split that you see in these two, I guess, approaches to the story and the material. And I think that to see a lot of what it gives you as going for shock is to overlook not only the craft of the filmmaking, but to look past the patients that friedkin has in building to those disturbing scenes. I mean, it takes a good hour into this film before we really get anything that truly unnerves us anyway or maybe grosses us out if you will. But the film is so focused on for me character building, grounding everything and this overwhelming feeling of guilt that both Chris McNeill and father Karras have. And when I think about the exorcist, I don't think about vomiting pea soup or the vulgar things that Mercedes mccambridge says or what Linda Blair does with that cross. I think about I think about a lot of shots, of course, Marin's arrival, but beyond that, the way Pazuzu is superimposed into different parts of the film. And I think about the quiet moments. I think about the desperation of the priests when they had that conversation where they kind of take a time out from battling this demon. And the conversations that Chris and father Karras have before father Marin even shows up, what I saw in letterboxed, what I was looking for was a quote from Jim Cummings, the filmmaker that we've talked about a little bit on the show who like me gives this movie 5 stars and he says the first ten minutes seemingly have nothing to do with the rest of the film until it has everything to do with it. It's a film about a mother struggling with her daughter's mental illness and it's displayed that way. It connects to audiences on a human level and then becomes a horror film, one of the best horror films in my opinion. And that's where I come out on the film. I think it really is interested in that human element and it takes on aspects of a horror film still the horror film that scares me the most. But to talk about any horror film or any film in terms of, I guess, kind of cheapness or trying to shock. I feel like that is a reflection of a filmmaker who's maybe going for a certain shtick. And I don't think that really scares anybody. I don't think that type of film has ever actually terrified or unnerved anyone. And those types of films certainly don't linger in the cultural consciousness like this movie has or like it has in my consciousness. It's just one of those films that is always going to be there. I found a tweet actually on the film spotting account from 2013 where I said, how much does the exorcist scare me last night? I had to put down friedkin's book where he's just talking about making it. And that was true. That really was true which way 13. I've come so far though, Josh, that today I was able to actually watch scenes from the exorcist. Look at still images from the exorcist and not feel the need to run downstairs and have my wife tell me everything's okay. I'm speaking to the person inside a Reagan now. If you are there, you two are hypnotized. I must answer all my questions. Come forward. And answer me now. Did you see any shots of Reagan's eyes? That's what
"karras" Discussed on WTOP
"As tropical storm Ian gathers strength over the Caribbean. It's expected to bring intense hurricane rain and wind to the state next week. The free ride is over for drivers taking advantage of the new western section of the I 66 express lanes in Virginia, tolls are now being collected for vehicles riding that 9 mile stretch. Stay with WTO for more on those stories in just minutes. Well, if you were looking at this guy earlier tonight, you might have seen something that looked like a meteor and turns out it was a rocket SpaceX launched a rocket with 52 of its Starlink satellites to orbit earlier tonight. The launch happened at the cape canaveral Space Force station in Florida, the first stage booster landed on a drone ship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. 1148. Traffic and weather around the 8th to Carlos Ramirez in the WTO traffic center. Thanks, Jenny. If you are headed across the bay bridge, you will notice that the westbound span is currently closed. You got two a traffic on the eastbound span, single lane gets you by in either direction, crane highway has an accident scene on the northbound side as you head through game Bros, just past evergreen road in Johns Hopkins road, unclear which lanes are blocked, but I am seeing a bit of a delay building through that area. So just take it nice and slow and follow police direction as necessary. If you're headed southbound on the BW Parkway, no longer seeing any police activity with the crash, all cleared no longer seeing it in the issues past two O two. Headed northbound on two 95, you're still slow from the 11th street bridge up towards Pennsylvania avenue, but again, no work zones that's just extra volume leaving the city right now, similar story as you head into Virginia, your jammed up on the three 95 section of the southeast Southwest freeway from south capitol street all the way over towards the 14th street bridge, traffic through the navy yard and the waterfront area starting to look a little bit better. Of course, still a little crowded along first street as expected, but that should clear up very soon here. In Virginia, westbound side of 66. Far, fewer work zones than usual on a Saturday night, just seeing one big one for you to worry about westbound. From one 23, all the way over towards a fairfax county Parkway. You should have just a single lane getting by right now along the right hand side. In addition to that, westbound traffic can not get onto the westbound side of route 50. The westbound ramp to westbound route 50 is currently closed. So you'll have to take it eastbound and then find your way back there or might want to opt for different route. Maybe the fairfax county Parkway is a better option. Eastbound 66 looking good. I'm not seeing any cones that are going to slow you down, but if you happen to see something before I do, one 8 6 6 three O four TOP is the traffic tip line. Let Equifax Keras off and all their reseller partners support your agency's yearend IT needs with Karras federally focused 24/7 assistance, learn more at count on Keras off dot com, Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic. Choose from team four, meteorologist, he prince of valley. The forecast will go downhill a little bit as we head into part two of the weekend with showers back in the forecast. Now tonight should be fine just partly the mostly cloudy
Schlereth and Evans
"karras" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans
"Out of the way. And let me just tell you that, as I travel around the National Football League, the owners that not only not appoint people but empower their coaches empower their general managers and hold them accountable, but they empower them to do their job. The job that they were hired to do, and they get out of the way of that, those ownership groups or those owners that do that are incredibly successful. The owners that metal, the owners that get involved, the owners that think they're the GM, the owners that write down scouting reports, the owners that because they have lots of money, they think they think they understand how the football team operates or works, those situations never seem to work out very well. And we can point to a bunch of them. A bunch of them. So just understand that just to understand the way this is put together, I think it'll be great for the business aspect of it, but I don't think I also think it'll be great for the football of business. The football operations standpoint. How? I definitely get the business part of it. Lewis Hamilton is a masterstroke to bring him on board because the guy's an international superstar. Sure. And so when you're talking about, see, the thing about the NFL is they have basically rung every last dollar to be made out of the NFL here domestically. So the next frontier is internationally. And as crazy as the NFL is here, they lag way behind the NBA, the NHL, Major League Baseball when it comes to the global brand. And clearly they're trying to change that with games in London. Now they're adding Munich. But so if you're trying to make the international NFL brand, the next big pie out there to devour, well, bringing on a guy like Lewis Hamilton gives the Broncos a leg up when it comes to gayness significant piece of that pie. Right. And to be able to go out, they're already going out to London. Hey, by the way, Johnny, will you send me that clip of me singing in German? I'm gonna send it to the bosses at Fox in case that Munich game is a possibility. When they hear me speak German. We gotta get stink on this game. Yeah. And throw some of those in the Broadway. We'll have him all over Germany. I'll be the David Hasselhoff. You'll be bigger than the Hoff. But it's all said and done, you'll be bigger than the Hoff. We'll have to move to Germany in the off season. There it is, ladies and gentlemen, the great Mark schlereth. There you go. I got a little trivia question for you. Do you know? Do you know there have been only three times in NFL history, a team has had to forfeit their first round draft pick? Can I guess? Yeah. And I guess, three times. Well, obviously the dolphins. Yep. I would does it go all the way back to Detroit and the Alex Karras and three times. The New England Patriots, 2007 spygate. Absolutely. 2015 deflategate, the flag in 2022 1022 camper gate. Do you know what all three examples in NFL history were a team has had to forfeit their first round draft pick, you know what the common theme is in all three? No. Tom Brady. Your boy. And yet nothing sticks to Tom. We're still here. He's pigeon. Yeah, he was there for that. The play gate was there for that. And camper gate, he was right in the middle of that as he tried to force it. He tried to orchestrate his way over to the dolphins as part owner slash player, bring Sean Payton with him. And in the process, gave the middle finger to his Tampa teammates, who now they're supposed to welcome back. They're happy to cause Sean Payton to turn his back on the saints. Middle finger to the saints. And now cause these issues with the dolphins. So in the process, he. Basically screwed with three. Oh, and by the way, got Bruce Arians fired. I know you don't believe that. I do not. Come on. Not for two seconds. And I come on. And not for you got some blinders on there. No, you got some blinders. I'm blind. Tom Brady, come on. I love Tom Brady. Tom Brady's like, all right, I'll come back to Tampa and then two days later, Arians is gone. Come on. Retired. Come on. It's the third bull. Come on. Oh, man. The childlike naivete of IVT. Naivete. Childlike naivete. I don't think that's how you do it. I think that's how I say it. Naivete, the naivete. My mother in law. Childlike naivete. Naivete, Mark schlereth, right there on display. Yeah, that's a word I'll stay away from. That's a tough one. Yeah, I just will not I will never, ever, any time I have to say that. Yeah, I will, I will always question whether I'm saying it. They're just never sounds right the way you're saying it. Man, the language of fortune, please. I didn't even hear that. Man, the language of fortune, please. Oh, language of origin, please. Yeah, yeah. That's not one. Those spelling bee. They are athletes. Hey, it's Mike Evans. 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The Bill Simmons Podcast
"karras" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Now we're going to play a game called, do you have a take? I'm going to throw some things at you. You can pass. If you don't like the take. Interesting. You can just pass. You can say it. No, I'm out. Or have a take and we'll go. All right. First one. Calvin Ridley suspended for a year for gambling. Do you have a take? Yes, it has nothing to do with Calvin Ridley. Okay, let's hear it. We have to stop the cloud show. That goes on on Twitter, whatever something like this happens. You got to stop the cloud show. All right, I got to be real. Calvin really gets suspended. Right? And we leap, some of us on Twitter, we leaped from a guy putting down 1500 bucks on a parlay, something that he should never have done. To him being fucking shoeless Joe Jackson. And a record amount of time. We all know the tweet we saw at Emmanuel acho put a tweet out there of all of these plays with Calvin Ridley and the insinuated that he was throwing games. Look, here's the deal. I sometimes can be a victim of this. We all can be a victim of this. We gotta stop the fucking clown show. There is a gulf between a guy laying down a parlay getting suspended, which he deserved, by the way. Like, remember they suspended Webster's dad for doing that in 1963. The guy who played Webster's dad, Alex Karras. He got suspended in 1963 with Paul hornung. Paul hardy. This is well documented that this is a sports no, no. Calvin really earned his yearlong suspension. But before we start doing the whole thing for engagement where we die into him and dive into his play and start like asserting that he's throwing games, come on, guys. Like, we gotta stop the fucking clown show. The clown show was some of the takes yesterday were pathetic. I just gotta be real about it. Pathetic disappointed in When people jump into, I'm sure the logic of, well, was this why he disappeared? For some of the games last year, did he already have a gambling problem? It's like, maybe he's just made some dumb bets. I thought the suspension was too long. I would really 6 games. Yeah. Yeah, because I don't think the NFL could have it both ways. In the 60s, when you mentioned about Webster's dad Alex Karras and Paul hornung, there was real fear with game fixing, that dated back to the college basketball scandals and a whole bunch of stuff. And even way, way back to the 1919 World Series because they could remember that. And they never want to let that in and they always went over the top of it. But now gambling is such a part of sports. It's a part of the dialog. We have a partnership with fedor and the ringer. We talk about odds. Everybody talks about odds. The announcers talk about odds. We see during games. It used to be the no no for Al Michaels to even he would have to do this roundabout insinuation of, you know, some people out there are going to care about this extra point. Now they'll just talk about it. So the dialogs out there and if you're telling me he wasn't playing and he bet $1500, like, I guess I need more information. If you're telling me he bet on the Bengals, Arizona game. On a FanDuel account. And he bet $1500 on a parlay and he lost. And now he can't play football for a year, or get paid to play football for a year. I need more information. So you can't tell me gambling's evil, but then have gambling everywhere in every facet of the product I'm watching. So I agree. It reminds me of the shikari Richardson situation, right? It's car Richardson, of course you guys know American track star, 6 fastest women in the world, the hundred meter dash. She smokes weed, which everybody, you know what I mean? She smokes weed. And she gets popped for it. This is after the death of her mother. The entire thing. She gets popped for it. She gets pops for smoking. And she can't run in the Olympics. Now, I felt a way about that until we had signed a Rachel's Ross on higher learning. I saw your rituals Ross who loves track love should carry loves, she says, look, you know that you can not use drugs and competition. It's a stupid rule, but it is a rule. You can't do that in competition. She really kind of fucked herself. And that kind of changed my mind on this. This has been collectively bargained. Players and the owners have agreed, as far as this situation is, I am from a common sense practical perspective. I completely agree with you and maybe in a future CBA, this will change. But for right now, it's something that you can't do. And it's stupid and it oftentimes takes cases like this to illuminate how stupid some of these things are and maybe this will be the sort of jumping off point to that. But for right now, the NFL is going to be very draconian about people betting on games. So either there's movement to adjust things or don't bet on the games. But are they going to be draconian? Because we also have the Miami Dolphins owner. Who is alleged by Brian Flores, his old coach, that the owner offered him a hundred K per loss, which seems way worse. Than Calvin Ridley doing a $1500 parlay. So my thing is like, if this was a 6 game suspension, is the message sent the same way. I feel like probably, yeah. If you bet on the falcons, that's different. And from what I've seen from the reporting, I have not seen that piece of it yet, have you. I thought that it was suggested, I thought it was suggested that he did bet on games that the falcons ran. Rachel said that so Rachel said on hire. Well, we need to know. We need the facts on this. Right. Right, right. So I thought that was alleged, but even if he did, right? There were still games he didn't play in. Because he wasn't there. He was taking a mental health leave. So he's still not, I mean, he might have inside information on the machinations of the team, right? He'd be a better. He'd be a sharp. And that term, but at the same time, he didn't have any ability to really influence the game unless he's going to call everybody and be like, look, I need y'all to win by more than three points. Well, it's like, it's like the gateway drug thing, right? Where do you think like, wow, you put that parlay down in two weeks later, you're way down and now you're using your inside information to try to win the money back. But I think it's a little specious, personally. Well, I mean, look, once again, I.
Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"karras" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"I'm at our hope. See our inequality our inequality. I'm ed on your pec. you see. I'll hey inequality heck yeah it's on cook. It needs not guerrero. Hong scuttle gore read. Tonight's michigan american. I am a spirit. And the mission of love and i have successfully bridged the gap in inequality in education. Now what is inequality is what. I was asking my indigenous language but just karras and certain words really mac match up so while a student in higher education through all the ranks or sitting there reading history is written in its own its own pace and its.
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"karras" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Prominent good or bad figure in spiritual history. You know whether you take him for the evil that he put out in the world or you take them for the good he put out in. The world doesn't negate the fact that he's a prominent figure in history. And i think when. I made that point less eloquently. Sam kinda jumped on it and and was how he always is. He's very authentic is very real and he's quick to call somebody out if he thinks that they're you know saying something that they they provide you know he thought is being a hypocrite basically and when i explained it further like no. We can't throw you know. All of this occult stuff out of the way just because some people chose to do bad stuff with it you know it's like the second amendment gives people the right to protect themselves and it also unfortunately gives people the ability to kill other people but it doesn't mean that we should never have the second amendment. Have guns you know. yeah yeah. Get into that topic of alister crowley. I a lot of people. Do get a little weary. Sometimes because they think maybe you're trying to like support a dead guy which. I don't really know how that's possible. I he's dead. There's nothing really for him to gain by a stock no bottom but you know there's a lot of interesting things to be said and he's put a lot of material out there that could be used to develop and facilitate higher consciousness. I think that's what's important is a lot of conspiracy. Leads to spirituality. And a lot of spirituality leads conspiracy. That's a point. Alex karras made when he was on tin foil hat. And i love it because it's true and the what i get from. That is that the biggest conspiracy of them all is that they're trying to get us to forget our true selves. And by that i mean our true selves. Being the sole that inhabits this physical vessel in this physical feel that they're trying to do that through the whole like scientism movement in getting rid of you. Know religion and spirituality in that in that sense..
Motley Fool Money
"karras" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"My point is you're going to have growing pains with first round quarterbacks with any rookie quarterback wanna get it over in week. One through five instead of weeks thrive five through ten. That's my feeling and my prediction. As you know chris is i'm gonna i'm gonna stay at claim. Not only by by halloween. But by the end of september all five will be starting. That's my claim. Well if you're the television networks you have to be pretty happy about the use movement for nfl. Quarterbacks i mean it's a glamour position drew brees just retired tom brady. I don't know at some point during the far future. he'll retire. And you know this crop of rookie. Quarterback's increases the likelihood that you know new stars come into the league. Yeah and on that point. This is another problem for the forty niners in bears. Chris because you know as well as i do everyone listening knows the bears starter. The forty niners starter. Throw about interception. Have a bad game. The drumbeat is going to be loud break. Get the rookie in. Because they're the most popular players on that team. Right now from fan standpoint and these five quarterbacks like you mentioned bringing a tremendous amount of buzz to the league that were the most watched players preseason. I think that's safe to say yes. That's great because again brady will move on. Breeze moved on a rossborough will move on. We just had philip rivers. Move on and you know a side note to all this. I think deshaun watson in aaron rodgers will be playing for different teams and twenty twenty two. So we'll have new young quarterbacks playing for the those existing james anyone who is consuming any type of information about the. Nfl is almost certainly running into advertising from some business in the sports betting industry. It's something you and i have talked about before. And speaking of drumbeat i mean. It only gets louder and louder. It's it's amazing to me. The incentives that are being thrown out in commercials on television for just to get people into their system does. Does the money surprise you at all. Two part question one does the money surprise you at all and then to do. You look at sports betting as more of a zero sum game than other industries. Because it does seem like something where once. You've got your betting app that you're familiar with. You're probably just sticking with the one. I don't know where to start here. Chris is. There's no area of sports law which i teach or sports business which i teach that has undergone as big a see changes this none because you and i were talking years ago. It was the complete tebow. it was pick a story. It was tony. Romo not allowed to go fantasy football convention in vegas simply because he was attached to a casino. The sands in las vegas. It was you know these. Suspensions in kicked out of a rose of alex karras of morning it was. I mean just name it. What changed while one thing. Change in two thousand fifteen was the market share embrace of fantasy where to startups. Which essentially they were fan. Duel and draft kings bombarded the nfl with advertising which again was accepted and embraced. Because it was fantasy was soft gambling right. It's like pick your up team. Have fun with it. Well then the courts got involved because the nfl nba nca nhl nba. They were off fighting against us because of integrity. We know that word and they lost seven years in court fighting new jersey who wanted implements. Or it's betting they lost the league's lost may never forget the day may fourteenth two thousand eighteen and the floodgates opened so now we're at twenty three states plus the district of columbia not only legalized sports betting. But having like you said mobile and we're going to have more in stadium. Sports facilities sports books. We haven't in washington in the arena. We're gonna have met life although said meadowlands next order the stadium. It's happening Arizona in glendale they haven't So it's almost it's it's dura gore now for teams to have an embrace of sports betting. The zero sum is a great question. Because now there's a gold rush a land rush get him in everybody's doing partnerships barstool with pen gaming fox sports with points bet. Espn's looking for their partner and once that matches up. Yeah then there's gonna be no one left so you're right. We're in this. Golden age of sports. Betting weren't a couple of years. There's no more land to be mind. And everybody's matching up. I think the biggest point is on that day reference. When the supreme court legalized sports betting there was a statement for mark. Cuban who's always present in these matters the owner of the dallas mavericks. Who said this will double use the word. Double the value of sports franchises. We're not there yet. But if we look at sports value franchises in two thousand eighteen in maybe a five more years may have doubled and sports. Betting may have been a big part of that. Everyone's looking for new revenue sources. This is a big one last thing. And then i'll let you go and this is local to where i am in where you grew up. The washington football team has reportedly narrowed down. Its list of new names. Armata brigade commanders defenders presidents read hogs red wolves and then just sticking with washington football team. Is there some business upside to changing it. Because as you and i were talking during the break it seems like they sort of backed into the washington football team and people like it a lot more than i think. They probably thought as we talked about. People didn't like it the beginning and then it caught on was almost this sort of european soccer lingo kinda cool football team but no. It seems like they're going to change it and i think the buzz that the washington football team got albeit delayed will happen again. People will be resistant to the new name. People hate it. There'll be some memes and bed bed negative tweets but they will embrace it at some point. And you know it's this drumbeat. We keep use that word towards the new name now. They've released the finalists and people are gonna talk about that. It's a good marketing scheme. Listen i was a die hard fan growing up. And i thought no one got note. Nothing galvanize washington dc like that team.
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"karras" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"I wanna believe there's hope there. I do wanna believe this. Oh because it is. It's kind of tragic in a way and it's not funny in a way you know because at this point in the game when your family thinks you're crazy in apparent and i'm trying to stay on i mean not to be depressing at all here but just to be real about it. I have a little four year. Old boy almost four year old. And you know we're trying to raise them the right way and doing all the right things and this whole idea that you know. Do you ever see that movie. North in the north and i think just called north and self who is about. The civil war is about to mothers. Two brothers your best friends and up. And whatever about our history. It's probably all made up but the metaphor is still active. It's still real that these two brothers end up you know on the north and one on the south and i get those creepy vibes from the worldview. That's going on right now. You know what happens. How far does it have to go before the mom and dad the sister the brother. That don't think that you're crazy. Yeah but you know we still love you so well. Yeah but now while. I don't know we don't wanna get in trouble by having you over here. Sorry we can't make it there because you know your lord knows your house is like a bad zone or something. Or you know an unregulated. Who knows and i don't wanna be that fear monger by no means like we said earlier. I don't wanna go there neither do but yes. My family thinks. I'm crazy. And i'm really trying to figure out a you. Know a completely non aggressive way to show them a path that would maybe wake them up to at least miters if not the whole world and they can still remain. You know confident in their decisions and all this. Maybe at least they can understand mine in. Oh that's my goal absolutely well. Thank you for answering that question. I know this is a swap cast so to speak again on both feeds as well might as well. I mean. we're both you know. Both of our podcasts are in the media. United world. The family which is great. And i think you know a lot of us that you've gathered together under your wing here. You know we thank you so much man. We really appreciate it. We've loved the work you're doing and you're killing it. you know. this was a great talk. I love talking you and I think we have a lot of potential to really have a great community led by a lot of positive thinking and and hope and not even just hope you know because hope feels flimsy more like notice how about that. Yeah yeah and confidence. The move onward. I think that's the inspiration for all media. United was a show that you've been on the union of the unwanted and you know my job with sam as booker gave me this opportunity to network with so many people and then that added some fuel to my show. And i was able to connect with a guy named alex karras who then began to work with me as a booker.
"karras" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"I had to bring on guests. Because we've had this conversation just recently. In fact he is. The host of the talking birdie podcast. I'm talking about matt corolla. Matt Dwi thanks again for having me talk. The last time i was on. We're talking. twenty. Twelve draft class probably As depressing as low as a topic darkens phantom over the last decade has it can. I don't think it'll be reached those levels with the safeties. But it's certainly not the strongest position. I'd say on the depth chart. Yeah this one is going to have i think. A lot of question marks Honestly probably one of the ones where it may be better than what. I think we anticipated. It would be going into the season So let's sort of set the backdrop last year with the twenty twenty season. We lost demonte. Akc to an achilles injury which was just absolutely dreadful. Luck because of the fact that both ricardo allen and kiani will also suffered the achilles injury and then of course count and they also had a tornado. Yells years back So devastating injury to casey in the year where they were running. A lot of three safety looks kiani. Looked like he was a little bit better than the at been. Ricardo fell off a cliff. And of course going to this off season we had. We started a defense with three starting safeties. None of them are returning. Ricardo allen was cut primarily for cap reasons. But i i would say his performance fell off a little bit as well On the they opted not to try to retain him Probably because of the injury history. Of course he ended up signing with dallas and then k z also signed with dallas both Chasing after former. Head coach of falcons dan quinn. Who is now the offensive coordinator with the cowboys So that has set up the team to where they basically had to restock the position Almost entirely the only real carryover to this point is a player. We'll talk about a little. Bit jalen hawkins but matt right now. We're looking at the depth chart. You and i talked a little bit earlier this week. I was on your podcast. Which was fun we did. We talked about safeties. We talked about Richard grant the player that draft in the second room. But what's interesting to me is right now. If we look at the depth chart the two names at the top are the two veterans air karras and doron harmon. These guys are obviously intended to be stopgaps. they're both on a one year deal Neither guy is is the kind of guy that you're planning to build the future the position around but there should be serviceable starters drawn harmony. Think is Had some good seasons as well So what are your thoughts on. Eric harris drawn harmon. What they offer to the falcons this year. And what you think. Their potential for starting the entire year is going to be. I think you hit the nail on the head when you said there stopgaps. That's what they were brought in for. You want veteran presences in the building. Because you knew you were gonna overhaul the position. You knew you're going to get younger there. Which is what they did. When they drafted reggie grant fortieth overall. And then you know as you mentioned they retained jalen hawkins who the twenty twenty draft pick so again not sure hawkins if he's a long-term answer there the early reports at a camper promising now that he's he's made an impact to he's made plays on the ball so i am intrigued to see what he can bring. And you know what. I would say that hawkins before i get into some of the others. I think he's a better fit in dean pees defense and he would have been had dan quinn in the long-term head coach in. And i say that. Because i think hawkins is a bit of a twitter like he didn't fall into that prototypical strong safety dan. Quinn looks for allah kiana neil. And he's not really you know the cover one rangy free safety that you look for in say you know the prototype narrow thomas. He's more of a guy that again can do both things ten play. Closer to the line of scrimmage but he can also drop deep. You don't want him playing that cover one has said Would rather be covered to split safety. Look which again fits right into. What ps two. He runs more covered to than you know. Cover warner covers three. So i think there could be something there with him You know we'll see what the future holds. But i am more intrigued and we're optimistic about his fit enroll in impedes off a defense long-term. Then i would have been in dan. Quayle now looking at the veterans again. Eric would have never guessed he'd be the first free agent signing in the arthur smith terry gano era. But you know here. We are A guy that they prioritized in you know. I guess terry did have a connection to Being that eric harris started his career in the nfl. With the new orleans saints so a guy that he knows a lot about and again someone that Is is a great locker room presence going to be a great mentor already has shown already to be a great mentor. Richie grant as those to train together in the off season even prior to grant even becoming a falcon. So i thought that was pretty interesting and again i i do. Expect him to get a lotta run. I mean he was. He was a two year starter. The last couple years With the raiders again. I consider him a competent level player. He is not someone you want long-term but certainly can get the job done And you know hopefully it's more in a limited role and they and they work in the younger guys now withdrawn harmon similar.
The Dan Patrick Show
"karras" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"So go the extra mile taking the import. I tap into an authorized dealership. Today didn't just break. The world record. Broke it comfortably. That doesn't happen. Do realize that this guy was running this race with hurdles and the athletes at the olympics. Who run that distance without hurdles. Were just barely. He beat runners their times. And he's he's running over hurdles. I don't know how many athletes his time was better. Then and they're not running the four hundred meters with hurdles. They're just running the four hundred meters. Yes see but there is something like like three times in that one race. That beat the world record. Yeah like the people that came in second and third also beat the world record. That guy just happen to beat the world record again ahead of them creek. You imagine how frustrating that must be. This american ride. Benjamin runs his fastest time ever second fastest in history and he doesn't win the gold. He finished his second. That would drive me crazy like a part of you says man. I'm i'm happy. I ran the fastest time. I ran the second fastest in this event in history. You've got the gold silver. It feels a lot better if you have one point in time. That was the fastest time in history. And then somebody be hugh after that. Oh that's okay chico and baltimore hey chico. what's on your mind today. First time it's great Been a fan of yours for years. Well thank you chico. What's on your mind. And i love watching fix rumors that there's one person that is going back to their country sight being seeing that they can't do what they did and rumors of drug use. But would you be shy of any of the athletes up gambling on olympics I would be surprised if athletes were gambling on the olympics. Yes i would. I mean look. This is every sports nightmare in the. Nhl is going through this right now. The nfl is going to be. You have to have watchdogs. Who are gonna be. You gotta be aware of everything and the fact that gambling is now so pronounced so public and what happens if an athlete gets in debt. We we're seeing that in the nhl whether that's true not with vander kane but his wife said hey. He was betting on hockey games that he was participating. It this is something that you go back to the sixties with paul warning alex karras. They were just placing bets on football games. I don't know if they were betting for their teams are against teams Go back to pete rose. They're just if you get. Desperate and pete was desperate. Pete was betting on games that he was managing. Yep there's the thing going on now with the vendor. Cain nhl player..
"karras" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Officially go on, as you mentioned earlier in the show, this is this is real football, right? This is where the real football begins, and this is for the coaching staff. They've made have been making some evaluations mentally about things but this is truly when the evaluation and the competition part of training camp begins. We haven't really said, much of anything about offensive and offensive lineman. So I think that that's an easy place to start, this is really where that evaluation is going to begin, but what else are you looking for to first off? Happy birthday Luke. I am looking, you know, we talked about Richard Berry yesterday. He got off to that hot. Start had four sacks. Yeah. At the pads on, can he keep it up? It's weird. Cuz a lot of guys I was looking forward to seeing when it comes to, you know, the front or on p u p. Chase winovich Torres. All right. I guess you know seeing kind of the guys that that started hot. Can they keep it up? We talked about how Devon gotcha has been an absolute wage. I set the line of scrimmage when it comes to batting down passes, can he keep doing that? Joshua is maybe cooled down a little bit after a great spring but I don't want to hold it against him cuz there's no pad. So can he kind of pick up where he was just kind of caring story lines over. I don't know that. There's anything, super new. Oh, William Sherman. The rookie rookie, they drafted who re trying to be a five-digit player. I'm in Georgia. See if you can do that, he's been playing a lot of guard. He was a tackle in college. He supposedly worked out at Center in the offseason in anticipation of the draft. I don't think, I mean, if you've seen a place in Jersey, haven't noticed in playing any Center, correct me if I'm wrong but you know, just waiting for the pads to come on, to do that. So I think he's an interesting player, right? And we don't have Ted Karras out there right now. I don't know if he's going to be back out there and back anytime soon. It was reported that it wasn't major but for the time being sort of looking at that interior offensive line depth is interesting because they did Lose a Guy in joh Tunis off the starting lineups and now dead On. When is the starter, which is perfectly fine, but if Ted Karras is injured for any period of time, the dep there, we can evaluate a little bit if whether it's will Sherman. Marcus. Martin got a lot of sneak center today with Ted Karras out cuz some of these players that can work in there will be interesting. I think the whole offensive line is very interesting, but the defensive line is, I want to see how good this page is going to be, because I think it's got a chance to be a lot better than it was a year ago. And we really haven't gone to see Matt judon in his element. We really haven't gotten to see Davon godchaux. As you mentioned, really truly in his element, right? We're we're stopping the run, we're hitting people for setting the edge, we're playing nose, tackle and painting up blockers. This is when that all really begins, and then also the last thing on the defensive line, Dietrich wise, well, what, what's the deal with him, right? Well, they gave him this huge contract. What's the plan is as he progressed and has he taken a step that may be dead? Haven't necessarily seen. I thought he had a good year last year for years, twenty two million with two years. Basically, guaranteed that's a lot, right? For a guy to have that, that played the way he has played off against the run, so I'm very interested to see him..
New England Patriots Press Pass
"karras" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass
"At betonline.ag on day. Three dog, treats training camp. We spoke to the quarterbacks Cam Newton and Mac Jones after practice and Camp said something during his press conference. That I thought really connected to his struggles last season talking about the fact that when the play was called in the Huddle, he felt pretty comfortable with what the Patriots were going to do. Once he got to the line of scrimmage, but the second of the defense moved around and he used Devin McCourty and Kyle, Duggar and Dante, Hightower his exam out at practice. The second of the defense moved around and showed him a different look than what he was seeing early in the pre-snap kind of alignment. He sort of fell out of trouble, like, where am I going to go with the ball? What am I supposed to do here? And that was a Cam Newton talked about practice on Friday, that's what training camps, all about. You know, I'm saying, of course, we we have this mental in our head that, you know, off, The classroom or, you know, when we're meeting, you know, coach asked a question but that's where we're supposed to go with the ball, okay? Now you got Devin McCourty showing something, you know, Kal dugri showing something, then all of a sudden and, you know, Hightower jumps over here and then all of a sudden, you know, it's like okay what do I do? What do I do? What I do, it's just taking a, the brain, a little longer at times but hopefully with, with, with a lot of repetitions, you know, it'll be good along with new in like I mentioned, we also spoke to a rookie quarterback, Mac Jones. He discussed talking to his teammates throughout practice before after and during about, what he's seeing out there and getting on the same page with his new wideouts. And that was something I thought we saw consistently on day three of training camp was Mac, just not being off the same page all the time with his receivers, a lot of his incompletions and practice. When he went eight 4:18 during competitive team drills were just a little bit off because he was expecting his receivers to do one thing off. Ended up doing another specifically Nelson agholor and Mac Jones spoke at length, after practice about those little route details. So you see the rookie quarterback trying to get to know his, these new faces trying to learn a new playbook and trying to get on the same page and build that chemistry with his pass-catchers. And I think once he does that, a lot of the errors that were seeing down at a training camp, these last couple of days. Well, ironed themselves out along with Cam and Max speaking. During practice, the practice participation in the roster side of things rhamondre Stevenson the rookie running back. Fourth round pick out of Oklahoma. He returned to practice saying that he is off the non-football injury list and we'll continue to practice throughout the rest of training camp. Hopefully, we also had an injury, our first injury of training camp as Reserve offensive. Lineman really 6th May of this Old Line in the interior. Ted Karras left practice early with an injury looked like he got rolled up on and bent his leg in too funny Direction. But does sound like from multiple reports that terrorists is going to be okay. For the rest of our coverage of day, three of Patriots, training camp. You can check out our YouTube channel, Patriots, press pass, and my notebook on Ceylon s media. Com.
"karras" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"The border established as separating israel and palestine after the nineteen forty eight war. These settlers are finally incentivized and subsidized to move there. By israeli policies including tax and housing benefits in total there are more than two hundred eighty israeli settlements and a variety of industrial zones in the west bank with more than sixty outposts created in the past ten years all in contravention of international law. The maps of this shift in control are striking link provided when the oslo process began in nineteen ninety three. There were a little more than one hundred thousand. Israeli settlers in the west bank not counting east jerusalem. Today there are more than four hundred and seventy five thousand. Carris is one of them. He said he is a religious zionist settler. His goal is to quote reinstate. The kingdom of david and build solomon's temple twenty years ago. He first came to israel and realize that the best way for me to fulfil my biblical obligation is to settle on an empty hilltop in the west bank. In the past few years karras has given a number of lectures about how technology can promote mixed interaction and coexistence. He said that. Bitcoin allows humans to cross borders did previously were impassable legal financial and ideological. It allows us to come together. He said he sits on the day and sumeria chamber of commerce and interacts frequently with palestinians as part of his role. He said that if he does business with the palestinian that could be a danger to their life. If i want to start a business with my neighbor his children could be killed. Said carris so. Bitcoin allows us to work together and keep him safe. He tells me that he seen cars get burned to the ground as a warning message for doing business..
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"karras" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Her. So she is ratan to comfort kerry. Now this guy did. This is my issue with giselle. Is that like she is the confessional clean shade of this season. Like she definitely can shave. dig her confessionals but it seems to be on the one on one. Go back four. She don't like she has the ammunition to like. Draw out but she'd never is prepare for the comebacks she doesn't have the the the back and forth and that is like that's my one thing that i'm like girl like how you just like dump these atomic bomb or carey. She retaliates they all had is just like your face is like no girl you got to life. You gotta ahead fed me. Yeah like she needs to write out three things like it. Because i mean karen was ready for her and aaron. Jared forgot her together. Huber the elected got together. Got tag team partner robin together. Like i was not and again. This is why inch the around doll on the tobin because she may be the oldest housewife. However she's not to be played with and that's by. Karen is not my favorite but i enjoy a caring. Okay because she she should give it to you. Honey she gives it to you getting oh come easy. It's not and she is going to give it to now Karen in giselle just now dropped her arms and karen fought back karras that that child you was at hampton She said you were a broke down. Whore oh hampton out to the hugh alabama down house. Where you at bell got a hatbox. She can't keep a man and she had to go to singh's thing and you know just l. Her professionals said that she has a watt box. Now clearly bought a bat after like the interaction. because girl that's that would have been a comeback right then and there are no baby is not a humpback since the wop bats mama kid wop anyway And carib relief dot her. Gather and terron vince. Karen got her together. She did her taxes. She organized her closet. She got everything together on her. And the the the issue that i have with. Karen is that again where i feel like cair realizes okay in order to stay relevant order to stay like you know the random. I always need somebody to come like always need that person that i can check and then still turn around and be like a mother to the other girls and so i feel like over the break care. Really thought of what is something that she could use against his l. And so now you know how has stayed her reason why current care will never be friends and now karen comes back and says you know as season four when rates hold that you are a pretty face but it won't last forever you need to settle down and just come back to that was before this pretty face fades like ray will sixteen in the ground and now care in trying to say oh you wish death upon my husband and that's so like that's i can't recover from last year that was that was a stretch girl first of all if anything You would have addressed that at that reunion season four. You didn't have three more unions alexa girl. Like that's where it's getting very tacky okay. She was stretching on that one. So i was like yeah now and And i agree with you though like a year. Like don't like i mean again. I felt like would Ray was saying to zell was sound advice. But you heard pappy. You not like you know. Like raymond boasted down. If ramos it down. He may not be able to get back up in added time from where he need to. Maybe just meet the stand. That was rue actionist said that we had nine mobility on my husband. Oh man i apologize. I look okay not streaming items right now. Because she is in a fight to get her master's beck so child other like a month or she tweeted us cable. Because i don't want like. Okay i i love you. Need a bake off her rape to make the bed and bravo so shady focused in on the palo right. I was like that. Ain't right right the little smell truck. I don't know maybe you can make candle off of what you imagine it to be sad. No baby not my mangled. -ment musk So karen brings a new house by or you know is ushering in this new housewife name. Meagher who is a boss And for the most part. I out there to say like me. I feel like she is making comments. Mistakes that most of most new eager to be housewives. Make a play those. I'd like to hear what those are. What's the mandate the most is that you are too eager to through eager to excited to be amongst the girls and you will offer up too much information to the girls too soon too early and the like. But like i understand what you're trying to give all and transparent and this fun loving like you know like we've seen time and time and time and time again over all of the franchises. So she you're saying she was thirsty out that she was thursday. I just think that her to want this. The new house like the new like young. I don't wanna say thirsty. But you capacity say like it's giving parched. Yeah that sounds like participants were sitting at the table and you know people are questioning. Wendy's was she got done. And miss mia does say i got my phase live. I get angry. Well okay jumping here so me as pretty woman business lady you know. She's got her own thing going on. And i like when new housewives come in and they run their mouth until too much of their business and mia delivered. So i wanted to hear about the click. Click tech to me. I don't know what that was a new surgery that i've heard of. Why would you. I've never heard of that. I why would you get you understand lips but not the declared like what's wrong leave it alone lee along it's the rejuvenation it's to make it more a little bit more tighter a little bit more moisture and you know a lot of women would like were singing like grochowski pipe you ray in through a thought and so for i i don't even understand that like shah this olen like i don't think that is swollen but i think that this is the thing i mean people who don't understand the you know anatomy thing is like the clinton is like just like a little piece of muscle there's like the hood i can understand maybe you get the hood cut back i mean i'm not you know i don't really know the woman anatomy too much but i do know about this procedure that she's talking about and it's not necessarily it's more it's a rejuvenates the muscle so it makes them a little more hydrophobic somebody life nine never heard of that heard of the hood reduction that i never heard of like stop it that sound. That's you know it to me. That is just like a little bit too..
"karras" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"And then I also think they have something William, Sherman. So, the starters are great, the depth is great. I mean, they could get really decimated by injuries, I guess, but you can't. I don't know that you could build a much better offense of line group than they have in place right now. I feel really good about it. We'll see if one of those veterans, like an Alex Redmond makes the team that would just pump it up a little more. But I, I really like this group. I can't find a fault with this group. Yeah, it's a great group page. I think the best part about it is that there is a lot of flexibility with Mike on when you. And that's why an idea, my most important Patriots list that I had a mom. There was a because he's really good player, but be Faith Villa T. Okay, let's say, cuz I think the biggest sort of question mark, what I was kind of alluding to is Isaiah wins injury concern, right? And Grant Brown, I would say also recently with the Las Vegas. Raiders did not play all 16 games for Vegas, either over the last couple of years, so both of those guys are prone to injuries. And the great thing that the Patriots have now he's not going to play left tackle but if God I say when gets hurt you bump Tramp around back over to left tackle you move, you know, on when you out to right tackle, Ted Karras comes into the starting lineup and The Beat Goes On right, right? Martin's all these different passwords and I think on when you, and then also care is being the sixth guy, right? Having him as your sort of top back up to the interior spots, he's a starting-caliber offensive lineman at the Patriots are going to suck, As a top back up which is a great problem to have or a great luxury to have, I should say. So they have depth, they have versatility, they can swing it, you know, with whichever way they need transferred to swing. I just, I don't know. It's it's kind of hard to find a flaw. In this offensive line isn't top five. Is it top one? Is it the best line in the league? I mean, I don't know. Those rankings are always subjective but I think it's going to be up there with the best lines and football. And, and I would say they will have a case by the end of the year to be the best line in football. I can't imagine there's a group home, maybe there's a group that has more top-end Talent, maybe there's a group that has more depth like individually. I can't imagine there's a group that has both that has both the, the high-end Talent on the, in the Stars group with, you know, David Andrews, Shaq, Mason Trent brown. But then also has the depth provided by guys, like Ted Karras Michael. And when do even though he's a starter with his position of flexibility, I would also consider a depth piece off. I doubt there's any group that's pairing those two elements together as well as the Patriots are. Okay, so I want to get onto these Cam Newton comments this morning. He went on with Keyshawn, Johnson, do have a little break down here for what it's worth Night Football but it's a big deal. Okay, red sox-yankees has been postponed tonight due to the Yankees having that issue. Oh wow..
Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"karras" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"Is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Welcome to skeptic. Oh where we explore. Controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host alex karras and today we welcome dr. Elaine pagel skeptical. Thank you very happy to be here. Yes elaine pagel's not only preeminent figure in the academic study of religion and religious history a longtime fixture at princeton university. But truly this kind of crossover figure in terms of cultural influence after many bestselling books major media appearances. I'll pull up a couple of them but you know. Pbs rubbing shoulders with stephen colbert. And that kind of stuff. They shouldn't you held your own really well. You have the drill down. You'd have just plow forward. Don't let any they pull you off. It's great it's hard to do and a little trip to the white house in two thousand fifteen with baraka have hang onto those medals around your neck. You know alex that was the really big surprise and it was very moving. Because i had such admiration for that man And of course..
"karras" Discussed on Crypto Voices
"Michelle how're you doing. Great we have Alex karras as well representing halo privacy in in the us alec. What's going on happy. Friday night speak to alec and very happy today to introduce our special guests from curium. Todd weaver todd is the founder and ceo of pure ism. It is a social purpose corporation which todd founded in two thousand fourteen. Pure ism is a is a company dedicated to freedom privacy security no-doubt many of you have heard about his company. And everything they do from hardware-software talk a lot about it today very excited to have them So todd thanks a lot for joining welcome. Thanks for having me. Yes so just get right into it. I wanted to start a bit broad and maybe a little bit of the background not back to they one. But i actually used to here so we're all pure ism users here. Excellent on the show today. A lot about open source hardware coming from you guys do software and there's open source software obviously let most. Bitcoin is worth their salt. Know about the idea of open source software free and open source software but this idea about open source hardware. I feel like. I used to hear that more around the pure brand. I'm not sure if that term is still used. Maybe haven't been paying attention but before we sort of go deep into pure ism and what's going on as of late and and sort of what you're trying to do in general you just give us a quick background for those who don't know what is the idea of open source hardware is sort of a nebulous thing and then maybe how does pure isn't fit into that. Yeah i'm going to say it is kind of a nebulous thing Because there's really There isn't o. S. h. w. open source hardware specification But the term in general I'm gonna say is diminished depending on what you're talking about So there's things where schematics can be released and is considered open source hardware Or is it the after release the actual gerber files to may do. The manufacturing of the pcb pba is then considered open source hardware or. Is it where you're able to three d print a case..
The Trade That May Have Saved Caris LeVert
"Will care slivers press conference. Last week was also an introduction to his new team and his new city. What did he have to say about. Being a member of the pacers organization a mid western guy grew up in pickering. Ten ohio right outside of columbus went to school. The university of michigan ann arbor. So he's he's used to are fine. Winter weather grey city basketball city. You know like. I said i'm from the mid west so i know that indiana basketball is all about and i'm i'm very blessed to be part. He's not a guy who's terribly concerned about his brand which became the issue with victor oil depot was more concerned with becoming a mogul than he was a great basketball player. So he's excited. It's a perfect situation from a basketball standpoint because he's playing with they good young selfless team. That plays really well together. And i think he's gonna fit in seamlessly. I love the atmosphere here. I love the fans eerily of their basketball. So that's what i'm all about. I just love the game. So i can't wait to be talk to lavalle jordan coach and butler and he was the assistant coach michigan when karras lavar was there and he can't say enough good things about this guy. He's excited. Toby can live in my neighborhood. That's the only thing but Unbelievable human be in indianapolis really love monday. rate in lavalle knows plenty about the pacers knows about their culture and feels very good. La word is gonna fit in beautifully once they get him back on. The floor
Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
Tua Tagovailoa vs. Belichick's Defense: A Challenge
"Get into the Dolphins. Now we have to start with to Greg. I watched him last week and I see a number of very good things from him, you know, the answer the anticipatory throws is great anticipation is accurate and he's really smart and you know football IQ is through the roof when you see him, he's diagnosing what the defense is doing and the first time around you might surprise him. It's very difficult to surprise in the second or third time around very smart guy doesn't have the strongest arm in the world, but he can move around in the pocket a little bit and he's got enough Armstrong. Had a downfield but I mostly pay attention to his accuracy his anticipation in his intelligence. I think that's what would separate too from some of the other younger quarterbacks that we've seen come into the league and so it's fascinating Greg this matchup. I remember we talked about the Justin Herbert matchup Belichick's record his resume against rookie quarterbacks or even just your quarterbacks first time in so we're going to have to who was very football Savvy and has a high football iQ going against Bill Belichick who of course has the Mind against rookie quarterbacks wage. What do you make of to his game in? What do you think the Patriots will try to do on Sunday to Rattle him. I'm looking at I thought you did a great job with your Scouting Report. I thought you know what I agreed on all those points, especially, you know, I think where he shows off to me is the football like you he he sometimes he will hang on to a play a little bit too long. I think that's probably a place. Where they've been working with him, he did that a couple of times against Kansas City, you know, but largely had a feel for what's going on. He knows how to get rid of the ball. I think Chan gailey's done a real nice job with him sort of slowly bringing him along and you know, yes, everybody's going to talk about Bill Belichick and his record against rookie quarterbacks, you know, but one thing you have to keep in my practice, you know, this is this is a rookie quarterback with Brian Flores, you know next to him who's so I assume Brian all week is showing him all Patriots film and say look, this is what they're going to do to you. This is this is what we would do to everybody. These are going to be the calls whatever you see don't trust your eyes before the snap. There's always going to be somebody dropping there's going to be they're going to be doing this song. I think that's going to be a huge asset for them. I think that Ted Karras at Center is going to be a huge asset for them cuz he knows how the Patriots, you know like to pressure cuz he's been here for so long. The Patriots know his weaknesses. Teddy's a pretty good pass protector. He struggles more in the Run game. But I do think you'll see the Patriots try to try to get him to move his feet side-to-side off a little bit slow. So I think you know targeting him with some t e stunts inside and things like that might generate some pressure. But yeah, I think I think that too is pretty good job to see if guys like DeVante Parker and get sick e who who, you know, we're beat up in the last game, you know, whether they'll be able to play because your talent talking about some really talented guys there. I mean God, I can't believe how far gesicki the tight end has come and I know Belichick basically called him a big wide receiver this week, which I think is accurate but he's damn good at what he does in a mash-up. Yeah and the one question and you know, we'll get into our picks and a little bit before we get this n'keal Harry thing you want to talk about and of course we still have the member question of the day on this pod. But you know the weapons right for Miami, we we talked about the weapons about the Patriots all the time. But when you look at the weapons of Miami, I think last week I saw something that too was down at one point in that game. He was down his top six receivers. So including Titan including tight end. So if you know if Grant is out if Parker is out if they're just you know off 60% if you know kasicki is out Myles Gaskin was on the covid-19 this last weekend, that's their guy who they've been running the football with what is it Ahmed salvano salvano, may I forget which way it goes his name, but he's the other running back on the roster. He's been dinged up. So this is a team if they're banged up. I don't know what they can do offensively. I mean, I like to a long shot, but the one thing that jumped out at me watching that Kansas City game and maybe it's just because Kansas City is so full of explosiveness and speed but the one thing that jumped out at me watching the Dolphins offense It's Not Dead. Dynamic like say they don't have explosion and DeVante Parker could be that guy at times but he's been banged up. He's got a hammy so I don't know if he's going to play but they lack if there's one thing they need to add immediately to that Miami offense to help to a is somebody who can be
Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
Is Real Reality Hidden
"I'm your host Alex Karras and today we welcome Anthony Peak back to skeptical to talk about his new and quite amazing book the Hidden Universe in investigation into non human intelligences a book. That is very much about these extended consciousness realms that we talk so much about on this show Anthony as many of you know is not just a very accomplished author and speaker but as someone who truly in every way that I can tell seems to be a researcher. Seeker that is someone who you get the feeling that is really trying to get somewhere with this stuff. And isn't just writing books which are very entertaining and bring us all along on his journey but that this is really a path of discovery for. Anthony and I really appreciate that his latest. The Hidden Universe is no exception. It's packed not just with amazing accounts and stories that you're going to be quite surprised that you've never heard about before but it's also packed with a lot of cutting edge science. That Anthony believes backs up his theories. Now one of the thing I should mention and that is that Tony peak is not someone who's afraid to stick his neck out there regarding his theories and I kinda liked that really because if you really listen to what he's saying I think what he's saying is not that he has all the answers but more that it must somebody sticks a stake into the ground and says hey it's not just about stories. Here's what I think this stuff leads to unless somebody does that. We can't really pull it apart so we all realize that we're probably wrong about all this stuff that the greatest minds of thought about since as long as there's been a human being on this planet but I do appreciate that. He's willing to stick his neck out there and say. Hey here's how I think it all fits together so anthony. It's great to have you back. Thanks so much for joining me. Great to be chatting Te- again Alex. I've been looking forward to this. Pretty good. And thanks for a wonderful introduction. The that's a really hard act to follow. I have to say that. Thank you for it but you totally deserve it. I mean so I tell you what. Let's dive into the book. I love this quote that really Kinda resonates with something. We all know to be true but we can forget until a book like this comes along and reminds us and that is throughout recorded history the belief that humanity shares this planet with a variety of other sentient beings has been persistent. I mean if you want to start from there if you want to start anywhere you like tell us about the book the Hidden Universe. Yeah no that that is. That's quite correct. And that's being my my overall reasons writing this book. Book I think has been inside me since the mid nineteen sixties. It's it's the book I've probably always wanted to write. Because in mid nineteen sixty S I came down with a double pneumonia during that period. I had a series of very profound to loose nations going through the crisis. Pneumonia and at that time even my twelve year old mind. I was fascinated by the nature of the hallucinations received. That were these things. nations internal generated or whether mixture. Both and it's very much as being something. That is intrigued me all through my Brighton career. Because time and time again I come across people who encounter ends in differing circumstances in OB estate in Dreaming States people who encounter entities during closing campuses of the third kind ending. Play developing close encounters of the Moments I the seems to be an awful lot of information out there but what? Nobody's I think is trying to do. Well it's not true. I mean I'm not originally Jackley trying to do it. Many years ago and various other writers over the years tried struggling through history as to what events debate on. This is what I try to do now. I very much. I mean you Coul- my ideas a theory also or high policies. I'd probably sites educated speculation because these things we can never actually know and we can never really asked them working with people trying to test these things but the basic base to the book is just if people have extraordinary experiences encounter entities that seemed to having been existing so then can we build up a neurological model. Can WE BUILD UP A PSYCHOLOGICAL MOBILE? And can we build knowledge comodal to actually explain things all? And that's what I intend to do in the book. Tell us more though. Because that's that's a good starting point but the book really jumps in with both feet about the entirety of this extended realm. That does seem to crop up all over the place. So whether it's magic and spirits and Shamans like you said or whether it's after after life experiences in near death experiences or whether it's the experiences I mean you do kind of take us through this history in order to get us to the point of some of the breakthrough science that you think is influencing you the most right now. So where do you WanNa start with that? I I think the magic and spirits and Shamans thing is something that's really interesting because it grabs a lot of people's attention right now. There's a lot of people really interested in magic right now. A lot of people. Really Interested in the occult right now and I gotta say. I think that we haven't quite thought that through all the way particularly if we mashed into simulation theory and afterlife near death stuff. I mean there's just so many things to pull apart here. Tony hardly know where to begin. So I'm kind of looking. I'm happy to do that. The the first thing I'd like to make a point is the kind of the starting point. The starting price of the book involves inexperienced. Mother had when she was starting to develop out signs and one day. She phones me can. She said she experienced a very strange incident on her way. Onto the local village that we used to live in name livable and she said that she walking with my aunt. My aunt sold tie shoelace. When my aunt Stein tying issue my mother looked up and said what she described to saying a smoke ring. Hong Hovering over local local factory. She then said the smoke ring salty to revolve then shut off towards North Wales unjustly. Won't she scene and I said well you know I don't really know him you know she's not into. Ufo should never have these not the kind of thing she's ever been interested in James Lady and then unless we'll worry about it and she didn't have two or three days in the morning feed as she phones. We opening statements of absolute terror. Now she's woken up in the middle died This you know she. She said she couldn't. She moved properly but she was looking towards the door of bedroom. Now she lives alone. She's away now. What is important here? The important caveat is that she'd lost heroin with malignant melanoma many is before and Harare. She was developing various problems so she was partially science which is important. As as I'm involved with this. She said she looked towards the bedroom. Two bedroom door was an end she. She's fingers around the edge of the veteran Dole and this creature pods head round the door. She described it on. The description is uncanny. She said large black is like insect. She had two holes for nose and a slit from mouth and looked at her and dodge FAC. As if you know seen her she wakes up and she said Tony what did I say and I say well. It's intriguing I. I really don't know them because I didn't want to worry her clearly. In a state of hip Negi ornamental. Punks anesthetic sleep paralysis. Her Dole's perception and broken down to such an extent that she was a seeming. Something that ordinarily alternate Circumstance experienced of it and of course of the book cover of the way straight communion. Because it was it was a classic right it was an all CGI type will gray now. I started to research into this world were when I started to really quite interesting. Facts like for example in twenty seventeen in northern India Louis caved in India Tango. Being ten thousand years they call been dated various things to note. This was the case and the creatures that are depicted in this cave creature my mother. So then he'd go. On Your Graham Hancock congratulating books events natural and then they see describes his own experiences in the shelter in the Here again. We have very similar creatures. That are actually drooled on the cave wall now. What intrigues me? Here is that there's an elderly lady in in the UK. There are people in India under people in Southern Africa. And then again Graham. Hancock says itself. You know you look at a last caves and you look at Pash Mel everywhere else. These these entities seems to be everywhere of the counterargument today sees a well. You know they. They were more expensive than we were these people. They didn't know how to drool pro bowl. They would doing idealization xlt now. The argument doesn't stand up for me because these these ancest- these ancestors of the brain's rejected the same sizes. Clearly that you had to be Faisal and and other animals soclean whatever they were doing. It was not just an abstract. It was something more.
Chewing the Fat
Bryant Terry: Vegetable Kingdom
"Welcome to chewing the fat. The Yale sustainable food programs podcasts. At looks at people making change in a complex world of Food and agriculture. I'm your host Irwin. Lee for final episode from our cooking across the Black Diaspora series. We host Bryant Terry Chef in residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco. When Bryant was on campus in February? He spoke about recipes in the ways. They offer a reclamation resistance but he also shared about how in food justice work we can often forget. Recipes are about enjoyment to. That's why his newest cookbook. Vegetable Kingdom has song recommendations for what to listen to while you make each dish through his activism award-winning Cookbooks. And love for the history of black. Africa communities. Brian Wonderful guest to close our series. I'm also excited to say that. This episode was collaborative. Take an angle hosts the podcasts the table underground which features stories of food radical love and creative social justice she interviews Bryant in this episode at a time where physical distancing means. Were often staying indoors. Their conversation assured offer something special for all of us. It could be more excitement as you cook. A new dish and jam with friends or family or maybe. It's a feeling that you're connected to something larger to a people to a story that even in these messed up times where people across the food system and society at large are facing extreme pressures never before we can still find ways to come together. Hi Brian Hagan how are you? I'm good how you doing really well. Thanks for making time in your busy schedule for people who don't know you and your story. Can You tell folks? How did you get into eating a plant based Diet? How did you become Vegan? Well is interesting because you said how do I get into a plant based Diet and then you ask how to become Vegan? F- elect those two separate questions. And I don't know if it was necessarily a plant based I but I like to think that the Diet egg I grew up eating was Largely Vegetable base or you could say vegetable forward. It's because I spent Well it's because that was just something family valued I come from a family of farmers and my grandparents Migrated from the rule south to Memphis where I grew up and they brought with them. Those traditions of growing food and they're very knowledge and you know just the understanding that it's important that you be in charge of producing the food for yourself and your family and so you know that was something that my grandparents passed on most of their kids and they had gardens and spent a lot of time in my paternal grandfather's garden when I was growing up. And I call it a garden but it's more like urban farm because he literally used every bit of available space to grow food and he had chickens he at hogs and this is a neighborhood adjacent to downtown Memphis where you knows very productive and I That's what we ate from. You know I always say that the food that we was local as our backyard garden it was always in season. And we literally will go harvest food right before making it but in terms of me moving more towards a compassionate and healthful diet in in the way that we think about them kind of like labeling it as a Vegan diet that happened when I was in high school after I heard that The song beef by Boogie down productions and Karras when the MC of that group and it was really just this wakeup call for me. And I just had no idea about the violent way that are industrialized food. System can treat animals and the impact that can have you know obviously on the animals but also on human health and the environment and I just couldn't turn back so after hearing that Song. I really move towards More plant based Diet. And you know. I think it's important for me to always recognize. It wasn't a linear journey. It wasn't like a hurt that and I'd just stop eating meat. Never gone back. You know There were moments where I've eaten animal products again. I mean you know. Case in point how strict Vegan and then went to study abroad and France's and Undergrad and in the mid nineties it was hard to be a Vegan in France House yeah stain. What the host family. And they were feeding me what they ate. And so I I feel like important to note that because a lot of people have these purity tests and I certainly would fail any of those purity tests and I also think it's important for me to be transparent so that other people can just feel human and know that you don't have to be perfect and know that you know you do the best you can and sometimes you might do something differently and it's all about just waking up the next day and trying your best day right yeah totally Philly on that I know that history really informs your work a lot in particular the history of the Black Panther Party for self defense. And I'm wondering if you can explain a little bit about how both that history and other history really informs the way that you work in food. Yeah Wow always talk about the Black Panther Party for self defense being one of the major or learning about the work that they were doing in the sixties seventies Was really the major impetus for me deciding to do this. Work and particularly their survival programs. There were aimed at meeting. The basic needs of people living in communities and at a range of programs from you know free clinics to ambulance service to sickle cell. Anemia testing The programs that address this intersection of poverty malnutrition and institutional racism that grocery giveaways and Free Breakfast for Children Program where the ones that inspired me to start doing Food Systems working to become a quote unquote food justice activist But I think more than the programs especially after having conversations with many former black panthers. It's really the spirit of seeing the need in the community and then just jumping into action you know and I really understood that. We had to train a generation of young people who were equipped to make change their communities around food systems and lead the change in fact and I always talk about how you think about many of the most powerful social movements in the twentieth century and it was young people their energy. They're brilliant Fearlessness that helped these movements Pushed forward you know. We can look at the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa the Civil Rights movement in the American south. And you know if we imagine that food justice will be one of the most hopeful movements of the twenty first century. I feel like we need to make sure that we're quickly young people to be the ones who are taking the lead in the movement. What was it about food that made you really feel like that was the need that you wanted to take action on wall it was missing these parallels with where things were in the sixties and the panthers addressing you know. I think nutritional Apartheid and understanding that hunger and poverty were issues that had to be addressed and they start to breakfast. Well I mean they had the grocery giveaway because people are hungry. He wouldn't know where their next meal was gonNA come from and they started the free breakfast for children program because children were going to school hungry and they knew that they couldn't focus on what they're learning. They were having hunger pains and they didn't need any pure reviewed studies that prove the connection between like nutrition and educational and Behavioral. Outcomes is just like intuitive people need to. I mean like if I don't eat I feel grumpy and can't think straight and so imagine being a child having to go to school without being fed. And so when I I I. I tell this story about being on the subway Going from Brooklyn to Manhattan to go to campus. And you know teeing class and seeing these young people on the subway at seven o'clock in the morning eating candy bars and Red Hot Cheetos and drinking sodas and sugary juices and energy drinks and just realizing that these young people like that's the worst way to start their day and I know that that was just just that day you know this is this is probably the way they're eating often and so I jumped into action and started an organization called be healthy that used cooking as a way to empower them and give them skills that they could take another adult lives and help them feel more equipped to make real food but also as a way to help them be more politicized about the food issues that directly impact them their families.
South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
Boston - Ted Karras, Elandon Roberts latest ex-Patriots to sign with Dolphins
"That often that into more former patriots have played under head coach Brian floors in order and it will New England reportedly reaching one year deals with both offensive lineman Ted Karras and linebacker Elandon Roberts they joined former patriots teammate Kyle van Noy who also signed with the
Terry Meiners and Company
Steve Sabol, the legend who changed how we watch NFL, makes Pro Football Hall of Fame
"Day and then I was looking at the hall of fame additions included Steve sable to the NFL hall of fame you know you saw the ones of Jimmy Johnson and tower in these other guys were going into the NFL hall of fame they have a centennial class coming in Paul tag leave a blue made the pro football hall of fame in his fifth attempt it was an NFL commissioner singles came into this one Bubba and sprinkle Alex Karras he's a famous movie actor as well please and blazing saddles Duke Slater and then Steve sable the voice of NFL films I'm like whoa okay with you know he's one of the voices of NFL films but there was only one John first send no one can impersonate that guy he was a Philadelphia radio TV guy back in the day he's he died like thirty five years ago and he had the most unbelievable voice is a little piece of a documentary on NFL quarterbacks just give me an idea only one man and the man the flight of a football he is the one about this is a story about the greatest quarterbacks who have a plane in the National Football League I saw a documentary someone posted a fame and glory be to his own way
This Movie Changed Me
The Exorcist — Mark Kermode
"Exorcist takes place in Georgetown in Washington DC and it revolves around a twelve year old girl and her demonic possession it's terrifying because as a child that you're watching and Satan speaking through a child but it's also terrifying because there seems to be no way to help her mother tries her best goes to doctors actress and then finally turns to the Catholic Church as a last resort to a priest named Father Karras trying to figure out what exactly is living within her own daughter I can't do it I need evidence that the Church would accept his signs of possession like what like speaking a language he's not an honest I don't