28 Burst results for "Layne"
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"Really know how many calories you're expending exactly. That's true, just like if you're an investment, you don't exactly know how much interest you're going to get, but you can still budget. You know what I mean? You can still come up with a budget. And so that's tracking your calories, right? So if you're monitoring your body weight and you're monitoring what you're taking in, if you're not losing weight, then I mean, regardless of whatever you think it is, you're going to have to lower your calorie intake. What's a fair window of that measurement would before you go? I'm going to have to take in less is a 30 days. Great question. So the first thing is people weigh themselves really sporadically and this is one of the problems is so for example, why way myself today and then a week from now, it might say I gained a half a pound, but my average could have been down by a pound and a half, right? So I actually, for me, and for people I coach and for people who like to use our app, we recommend weighing in daily. First thing in the morning, after you've gone to the bathroom, right? And then taking the average of those weights and then comparing week to week averages. So I would say if you're just starting, have two weeks, right? Get an average from the first week, average from the second week. And then look at those. Because your average, I mean, you know this if you weigh yourself every day. I mean, you'll be up or down 5, 6, 7 pounds, right? A lot of it's water retention too. Sure, sure. Short term changes in body weight are much more dictated by fluid dynamics. But long-term changes in mass are much more dictated by losses of body fat. So again, I recommend, you know, kind of daily weighing. And then if after two weeks, your average really hasn't changed, then I would say, okay, well, now it's probably time to adjust now.
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"Gets clean, they have to change their lifestyle. Like they have to become a new person because their old identity was wrapped up in the friends they had, they were probably also drinkers. The places they went and everything revolved around alcohol in their life or drugs or whatever. Well, it's the same thing for people who are dealing with these issues with food. Right? You have to develop a new identity of who you are. And it probably even a lot of these people said, yeah, I lost several friends throughout this process, right? A lot of people will, like, there's actually some statistics that suggest like if you lose a significant amount of body weight, there may be a higher chance of divorce, you know, like, so you have to understand that if you are especially speaking to people who have a lot of weight that they want to lose. You can not think about this as a diet. You have to think of this as I'm going to change my life. And so what you need to think about is, what is the person that you want to become? What do you think those persons that person who you want to become? What do their daily habits look like? And then start executing on that. That's outstanding, bro okay, two more questions. Yeah, I'm going to work you all the way to the end. Let's do it. This has been so freaking good. We've talked a lot about calories. Calorie deficit. In general, what does that mean? Meaning if I wait 200 pounds right now and I want to lose weight in general, and if this is too broad of a question, answer it however you need to. But in general, how many calories should I be taking in? In order to cause myself to lose some body fat. So this is where it gets complicated. And people, I hear people say, well, calories in calories out doesn't account for hormones and it's way too simplistic. They're thinking of, I'm tracking my calories in and I'm tracking my calories out, be it some metric. There's no accurate way to track your calories out other than tracking your calories in and monitoring what happens to your body weight. Your treadmill, this watch, none of them are accurate. In fact, these watches overestimate exercise energy expenditure, depending on the brand by 28 to 93%. Say that again. So you're telling me my aura or my watch or whatever it is is overestimating my caloric burning by 28 to 30%. To 90% to 90%. Why purposely to make me feel better about what I'm doing? The technology just isn't there yet. A lot of it's operating off of heart rate and those sorts of things. It's kind of a surrogate measure, right? I always wondered, is this stuff accurate? What I will say is if you're like, for example, I have an Apple watch. And during a two hour workout for resistance training, it'll tell me I burned around a thousand to 1200 calories. Now, if I do a resisted training session, for example, today, it says that burned 1500,
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"About 6 years ago, it was everyone, if you've been in a gym long enough, you have three or four super awkward moments where you just don't forget whatever they are. Like you fall over, you collapse doing a squad or whatever. But I'm training, I was my biggest, I don't know, I'm not that tall, so I was, you know, like two 20 at the time, really great body fat. And for my age, I was not going to compete, but I had my stuff together. And there's this young guy in front of me about 20 years younger than me. And he's got these huge traps. They're just massive. Right. And he's doing shoulder shrugs. Must have eaten a lot of liver. Yeah, probably it's a lot of love. A lot of liver. And in my big two at the time. So I never, when you're jacked at the gym, you don't ask another dude for advice. I don't even know why this. Like, you just don't let your guard down like that. For some reason, because this dude looks so great. Just to give him make him feel good, Frankie's the reason I asked it, I'm like, oh man, how many reps you do per set? And this dude turned to me and he looked at just disgusted because he followed me on social, like, you're my hero. You're asking me, he's like, until I can't. And I'm like, oh shit, like, I'm constantly going. I'm gonna do 6. I'm gonna do 8 and at 8, I could do three more. And I didn't. And I'm like, it made me remember, when's the last time I took this to at least near failure? Yeah. And that's why I'm not progressing. It's like, I said I was gonna do 8. I did my 8, and I'm like, okay, well, next time I know increase it by ten pounds, no dumb ass, do the other two. And that's where the power of one more from my book actually one of the genesis of it was like, no, I'll do one more. I want to get closer to failure. So your point about that is like massively, it's one of the three most embarrassing moments for me in a gym, but a great lesson nonetheless. I don't know about almost 600 pounds 9 times squatting. I'm not sure what planet that's all about. What about on cardio and then I want to ask you about keto because people will kill me if we don't mind if I take one more thing. So a lot of people ask me about reps too and you mentioned how many reps do you do? So the most recent research actually shows that with muscle building, it seems to be a lot of ways to skin a cat. So anywhere between like probably like three to 30 reps. It doesn't seem to matter the rep range you choose. So long as you get close enough to failure and do enough hard sets. So you need to have sufficient amount of what we call volume, which we refer to as just the number of hard sets. So when we're talking about 6 to ten sets in the session, that's 6 to ten hard sets that are probably within a few reps of failure, right? Now again, you don't have to go to failure, but I will say it's probably wise to train two failure at a certain point so that you understand what it feels like. And so you don't become the person like me, I described in the gym. It was making no progress. Because you're not going to fail your Ed. Right. So that's my deal. Well, I think most people, if you've never actually trained two failure, it's hard to know.
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"I was very focused on my studies. So I think all that plays into it, and obviously having a little bit of genetics probably to my advantage as well. So whenever I had my testosterone checked, I've always been between 800 to 1100. What if it would if you get tested 7 years from now? And it's two 40. I mean, then it would be something I might consider. And so to your point, I think the first question is, if your testosterone is low, are you feeling effects from that? Do you have low libido? Are you low energy? Those sorts of things. And is it because it's just age or are you living a lifestyle that's causing your testosterone to be low where you're sleeping four or 5 hours a night? And you have high stress and you have you don't eat well consistently because we know if you have too high body fat, that will drop testosterone. Ironically, if you have two low body fat will also drop testing. Yeah, so like, for example, like with natural bodybuilders. So there's been some case studies on natural bodybuilders like myself. And so even with my testosterone being that high, I was talking about this with a friend last night. When I got to stage lean, my testosterone was hypogonadal. Because just to get that lean as a drug free athlete, it just tanks your testosterone. But normally you're running around at a thousand naturally. 800 to the area. So what I always told people, because now that I'm 40, they'll say how are you going to get on TRT? I'm like, well, why would I? I don't need to. You don't have to. I feel good. And I waited too. I was down around three 50 or 400. Yeah. And by the way, you're making me wonder. Was there other things I was doing that somehow dropped it, but I did notice belly fat accumulation a little bit lack of libido more fatigue. I did notice those things. So in general, as a piece of advice you would say, don't do it if you don't need it. Yeah, I would say look at lifestyle interventions first, right? But if you're doing those things and you're still low, certainly getting yourself back in the normal range can help you feel better. Now I would say absolutely do it and I am not an expert on this. But I would say, you know, the right way to do it is doing it under a doctor's supervision, making sure you're being monitored and make sure you are monitoring your LDL cholesterol and your insulin sensitivity because
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"I've been there was a point in my life where I continued to increase my bench. I've been benching the same damn amount of weight for about ten years, give or take like 20 pounds. What the heck is that? Is that a mental thing where we're just not pushing past the barriers we did before? Is that adaptation? Well, it's kind of like with anything. If you're at a plateau, your body has become gotten into homeostasis. You have to invoke some kind of new stimulus. And when it comes to resistance training, we call it progressive overload, right? Now at a certain point, when you get to a certain level, it becomes difficult to add much more without actually getting injured. I've done that a lot too. That can be the big killer of progress as well. So for me, I've always competed drug free. And so if you look at me compared to ten years ago, I pretty much look the same, you know? I've gotten stronger in parts, but a lot of that you can get stronger without getting more muscle. There's a lot of neurological adaptations that can happen. But when I was really pushing and I set a drug free IPF world squat record back in 2015, which was 668 pounds in the 205 pound class. And three times your body weight. Yeah, yeah, over. And to get to that level, I mean, you know, I was when I, before I started kind of pursuing that goal, I'd gotten to like a 600 pound ish squat, you know, squatting a couple times a week, going really hard. So for me to get from there to the next level, by the time I hit that world record, I was squatting like four times a week. I was doing over 20 to 25 really hard sets of squats per week. The lightest weight I was touching was like my lightweight was like over 500 pounds for 7, 8 reps that sort of thing. And I was conservative maxing my squat multiple times a week where I was heading over 600 pounds. That's incredible. So that's you know, obviously that's invoking a huge stimulus compared to what I was doing before when I was doing it twice a week. But it also got to the point where that now became the new baseline and to push past that could be a back or a knee or something. What happened is I injured my back and then that kind of slowed down progress. There you go. Okay, so you're telling me basically in my own case, it's because I'm pretty much doing what I've always done that my body has pretty much going to give me what it's always given me in order to take it. This morning I woke up, my left shoulder popped out of the socket. I did shoulders pretty heavy on Tuesday. And it just popped out, which it pops out now.
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"Mental profile will be one of the best things you can do for depression. There was a study done by a guy named Herman pontzer, who he's really well known for studying hunter gatherer tribes. There's a few tribes left that actually still kind of basically live like our ancestors. And what was interesting is some of the research he found, he expected when he went into examine these tribes that their total daily energy expenditure would be much greater than us, people living now. And what they found was they weren't that much different than us. But the kind of explanation of this is what's called the model of energy balance where you have what's called constrained energy expenditure. So the idea is, if you increase your exercise, you actually become spontaneously less active the rest of the day in terms of what's called neat. Neat is really something really cool. It's called non exercise activity thermogenesis. And basically, it's like small, unintentional movements you do throughout the day. So like fidgeting, pacing, pastoral stuff, that sort of thing. It actually contributes a significant amount of calories to your daily energy expenditure. And so when we look at people who are like obese prone versus obese resistant, we don't really see differences in metabolic rate, but what they do tend to see is people who tend to be obese resistant, meaning if you overfeed them, they don't tend to gain as much body fat as you would expect. When you overfeed them, they tend to spontaneously increase their activity without even realizing it. They fidget more, they pay more. They just don't even realize they're doing it. And so it's important to make these distinctions because neat isn't really modifiable. So people will say, well, I'm going to go out for a walk to get my knee up. That's purposeful exercise, right? So it's really interesting how this works. Now, one of the things Hermann showed was that if you increased your exercise, I say a hundred calories per day. Or what should be a hundred calories per day, you end up only getting about 72 of those calories.
The Ed Mylett Show
"layne" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"Not just eating liver all day long, whether it was a fasting window. Or an intermittent fasting, it's not going to produce what I want. Is that what you're unfortunately telling me? Yeah, I mean, again, I think people will hear what I say sometimes and take it a little bit too far, which is if I say something like liver doesn't have any magical benefits outside of the protein and vitamins, you're getting out of it. So you could just take a protein shake and vitamins if you wanted. People say, well, lane saying, well, how can you say that liver is bad for you? It was bad for you. I just said that it's not magic. I think they've been fasting. If you are listening and you like intermittent fasting, or maybe even haven't even tried it, maybe you should try it. Maybe it will help you reduce your calorie intake. I've known plenty of people who have said, you know, all I did was limit my feeding window and I lost 50 pounds doing that. Yeah. That's a completely reasonable reason to do it. But I think we got to be careful, people tend to, when they find something that worked for them, whatever tripped that algorithm for compliance in their mind, that it's not just good enough to say, well, this worked for me. It just made adherence easier. This is the way. Correct. For everyone. The fact is everybody's put together differently in terms of their psychology and sociology and those sorts of things. If intermittent fasting works for you and you like it, fits your lifestyle, fantastic. The one thing that we know about diets is the most important aspect of diet is what can you actually be consistent with? Adhere to it. Yeah, I mean, that's the great. People want to poo poo, 'cause it doesn't sound sexy. But it's like, I mean, I like to use financial examples. It's like saving money. People want to do all these hacks and stuff. It's like, dude, you're not being consistent.
Murder In Alliance
The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses
"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied
Mark Bell's Power Project
"layne" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
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Mark Bell's Power Project
"layne" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"But you know i f-. Ym would be straight up. Hey here's macro 's hit these macro macrophages you'll you'll get your goals. Sure if you hit those macrumors but the same way people can have a rigid mindset around fasting or low carber any diet. I've seen people have it with i. F ym were if they don't get those three little numbers exactly where they should be. They go crazy right so again. That is somebody who's doing flexible. Biding with an inflexible mindset. So it doesn't matter if you flexible diet if your mindset is inflexible. You're not gonna get the best results so again. I think that looking at different diets and just saying okay. these are guidelines. I'm going to use these guidelines as a guide. But i understand that if i stray a little bit. It doesn't mean. I can't make progress right and An applies to any different diet. And now i want to ask you about this. Because we've this is. This is probably going to be a question which answer gets a lot of nuance but i get asked a lot. What's my diet And i utilize inflexible dieting. There are a lot of days where you live from low carbohydrate there days where i fast. They're days where. I don't with all the diets that i've done. It's kind of formed itself into something where i can switch between things without using a scale and maintain my body composition mainly because of what we touched upon earlier habits. Now what i want to know. And there's gonna be a lot here but for an individual who's getting into this dieting thing or maybe let's let's say they have a little bit of experience most people i would say that most people in the general population don't wanna have to use a food scale for the rest of their life to maintain or diet or to whatever and i assume that maybe when you're dieting seriously you track.
"layne" Discussed on The Fives
"Turbo bounty is a one day event but the faster the structure the better. It is for recreational players. I think you know like you can gamble it up. Maybe you have a better shot there. The five hundred dollar big five hundred is a two day event. That's on like the nineteenth. And i think that's just going to be like a a really big event. I think there's going to be huge prize pool in it. It's also moderately priced. And when i say moderately priced. I'm talking about in terms of bracelet. Events on the thirty first is a six hundred dollar deep stack championship which is a two day event and then finally the one that i bet is gonna be a tons of fun. A lot of people are gonna get into on the september. Eleventh is the five twenty. Five disappeared the pros. Those are my picks for the bracelet on a budget. Yeah that's cool for me. The fan living the united states not able to to click buttons and try to bracelet. Here for me the one that is going on is that ten key heads up one hundred twenty eight player field. It's going to sell out. It's going to be a ton of fun. All the big names will be in their last year was great stories in there. So hopefully this year We get to fall along as much as possible on players advancing in whatnot I would love it if someone other could find a way to run a bracket for it. I think it'd be superfund. I get it. That it's tough because the the drawn stuff is is not really known. But that's as soon as we saw the schedule. That one's fun that's going to be I if you're a poker fan not able to play. That's the one you want to be looking at. Of course the super bowl championship that. I mentioned earlier twenty-five It's really not going to be a. It's not a massive field but it's going to be every player in there should be a pretty well known player So that'll be worth watching. We'll have all the updates on dot com every event will have a recap up and we'll be talking bracelet winners throughout as we get deeper and deeper in. Get those guys to make some time for us which is is tough because this grind man. It's just like nonstop for these guys absolutely. Wip grind it just it seemingly never ends release actually doesn't end because they're going to go from wherever they've gotta be to play for a lot of americans that's going to be mexico because it's super easy to get in and out of mexico right now But they've got to go from there to To vegas to get ready rested for the live. Soapy and somewhere in between there somewhere in between playing w sap in the united states may be.
"layne" Discussed on The Fives
"There's there's doesn't seem to be a reason for them to miss because of everything that they have at their disposal in terms of like turning on and guaranteeing seats and getting people in there. So i mean we'll see it you're right is probably gonna be close. I don't see him going over twenty five again for sure but no i think the world record is say. I think it's interesting that the i mean. Let's talk a little bit about how you reenter because it's not a bust and then reenter another day. One you can back and take another shot and you will advance your biggest act. Which i think you'll see some people getting towards the end of their day. One deciding like i'm going to build this up or whatever i bag. It turns into dust. Because i'm just gonna fire another bullet so that becomes a little bit Some interesting gameplay towards the end particularly in the early flights there you see some shorter stacks and how they navigate the last you know two three levels really but i think there's yet you know if you get to the end and there's three starting flights lapse maybe haven't fired to believe that but you've got a slightly below average stack. Would he do you. Do you keep that stack or do you fire another another shot knowing that you still got this opportunity to get a bigger stack and maybe spin that up into a big big price. Yeah i mean depends how rich you are or whether you're willing to take or how many shots are willing to take satellites to get there. You know or how much you're able to g g has the ability to sell pieces in the client. How much you're willing to sell to to fire another shot. I'm not really sure how that works. I don't know if you know that lance. How does that work on multiple bullets. If you're selling action why think in the client. Each each flight will be treated. Its own thing so you can set up to to sell for that flight..
"layne" Discussed on The Fives
"Success was fun to sweat that one towards the end knowing both guys and just how bad they would have wanted it so We the the the narrative shifts got some big names. We've got some Field sizes sort of leveling out. We're not seeing a record numbers we saw last year. But i don't think we expected to. Based on the way the bacteria has changed for everybody but look last year's championship event capital championship event. Thousand dollar buying about two thousand one hundred twenty six runners. Where do we land this year. Tooth what was it. I know my number. What is it to one twenty six twenty one. Twenty six god. I don't know this. What i'm going to say is i'm going to discount that thirty five percent. That's yeah twenty one twenty six. I'm going to say we're going to get a thirteen ninety. Four that and that seems like i still think that's going to be a really good number for that. Event and overall the w recipe online has had a good turnout and especially like you said with these names coming in picking up bracelets at the end. It's turned out to be. I think a pretty fun series to To watch the results of and to kind of check in each morning we've had all the recaps up on pocket. Fives like pretty much right away. It's been fun. Breeding them in seeing. Who's been in the mix. Yeah i think. I think fifteen hundred runners they should be doing handsprings just based on everything. We've talked about before that there's live options. No one's not too. Many people are driving to new jersey or or nevada to to set up a grind station at a dive motel in play right. So i think they get fifteen hundred. They're going to be super super excited. the finale weekend but it's also leading into the first week in on g. g. things get underway saturday. We finally got a schedule. It took a little while last the schedule pretty early. It was like mid june. I think that we got the schedule this year. We had to wait a little bit. Couple highlights thirty three total events. This year matching the number of bracelet events on wbz peanut on the lowest buying. Is the fifty dollar kickoff event which is called the return Let's got a million dollar guarantee and then the highest buying. They've got a super high roller championship with a twenty five mine. Anybody that's followed the gd super millions. Updates on pocket knives knows that. There's a bunch of big swinging high rollers g g Some well-known players some fun players So that events going to get like an amazing turnout but let's talk about the main event because this was the massive talking point last year last year guaranteed twenty five million dollars and they said hey you can. You can fire three times. You can pick three starting flights in fire into That was last year. I wasn't sure where they're going to land on the guarantee. Because i didn't think they can do twenty five again. I have on my head. Fifteen i thought would be the number of settle on the actually came up with a twenty million dollar guarantee on this. Yeah yeah and and even though it's less than last year. I'm sure it's still an absolutely impressive. Guaranteed it's a huge number. It's going to be a massive tournament. I think that as we just talked about with the wwl soap e. dot com online..
"layne" Discussed on The Fives
"Total prize pool. Three point two seven million. Dapo aja beating vivo heads up first major title for a pretty popular guy based on some of the things on social hard not to feel bad for viet vo though in the last three years of wbz choctaw the last sort of the last three events not the last three years because we didn't have one in twenty twenty. He's finished runner up twice. Yeah that sucks yeah. I mean sure. It sucks i mean. It's such but he's probably got like eight hundred thousand dollars to the show for example if you were to tell me. Hey listen Jeff you're gonna you're gonna play in a few these. Wt events cool. Thanks i appreciate the stake in. But you're never going to win but you will finish twice your first second twice like signed me up. Sign me up. i'll take it. I finished second to bring you home in two thousand eighteen wrestling. Our called her own in third hundred sixty fourth will win and fifth and michael perroni in sex next. Wd event best bet a scramble which is a bounty event pretty cool end of the month august twenty end of august so a month from now. August twenty seven to three. I at the best. Buy jacksonville cheka. Oh pocket knives for a preview of that and then we'll have coverage of it as the event progressives before we leave on this. I was just going to say you know. For what a great win. It is also you could just take you take a look at his recent results but i say recent results i mean like pass twenty four months and it just looks like this guy was ready to break out. You know you finished second in the january. Twenty nineteen wpa choctaw circuit main event. You picked up a one hundred ninety eight k. There he went on in twenty nineteen he was in the top forty of the wsa main. He finished second in the world poker tour. Wto montreal for two hundred fifty four k. So he was just like he's been right. They're ready for a major breakthrough for a long time. And i guess a lot of people know him from live at the bike so he won this one. You can just see it on social the outpouring of love for him. Congratulations to him looking forward to seeing what he does next and what he does. The summer in las vegas. The wbz dot.
"layne" Discussed on The Fives
"Welcome i'm lance bradley. And after a weeks long search for the next co host of the fives and trying out. You know the jeff platz of the world and eridani of the world. And andy schwartz. We settled on the winner. The one the obvious choice from the beginning zone. Managing editor juhasz. Jeff open the show. Hey lance thank you Absolutely unreal like low bar introduction. There we've settled on. If i remember correctly when i did this podcast four weeks ago or five weeks ago. You're like we couldn't get aaron rodgers so we found this guy at the bottom of the trunk of things and i've tried to get in rogers again and again and did not return calls. Well i think that the best way to put it is that i'll be the regular co host. Should rogers become available and want to do it. I will absolutely step aside For the fuck not gonna hit chance only. That's it you know. I'm gonna sit around and wait for aaron rodgers but don't think i don't see what you're doing you know what i mean. Look at look at these litany of co host. You brought on eric danny or as we call them in america eric. Danis dana's the manis and eric is legitimately. I knew there was talk about this on twitter little while ago. Who is the nicest guy in poker. Eric is the nicest guy in poker full. Stop eric's the best. How could you do a weekly podcast with this guy and still be top dog. You couldn't do it now. Moves on to To adam adam schwarz absolutely first ballot poker. Podcast hall of fame member trademark. Don't steal that it's mine. He's the man and then jeff platt a younger more handsome more talented. Jeff what do you do you go out there. You get this guy so that you look good week in week out but let me say despite all that despite the disrespect my man..
Murder In Alliance
Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case
"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.
The PokerNews Podcast
Longtime Poker Pro Layne Flack Dies Unexpectedly at 52
"Unfortunately we have lost a poker legend japan. I guess that's right where we should start six time bracelet winner lane flak unexpectedly passed away the other day man so sad found dead at his home on monday night. And obviously all these moments are always really sad arrested discuss but especially when somebody is young in lane was was was fifty two years old. He was a vibrant personality to say the least guy who always had a smile on his face. And the guy. Chad who i think of and tell me if you agree is like one of the geez you know. It's like back in the day in the poker boom. It's like layne. Flack would be mentioned among poker's biggest names and he's kind of held debt forever for twenty years and he keeps he kept popping up and popping up and popping up. It's just a tremendously as sad loss for the poker community It was it was felt you could see it across social media so many but wayne in sharing memories about him And just like you said reiterating that he was such a force in the poker world in a positive one at that. He was always putting a smile on people's faces. It has always cracking jokes. I seen a lot of people saying he had the quickest mind the sharpest wit and they had ever seen in the poker world and my interactions with lane over. The years seemed to support that He was always jovial. he was always Had some sort of quit that he was ready to rattle off and six time. Bracelet winner had the nickname back. Back-back flack which is one of the greatest nicknames in in poker and It's interesting so you went back to back bracelets of one two bracelets and back to back years of the world soccer two thousand to two thousand three but he really got the nickname back in one thousand nine hundred nine when he shipped back to back titles in back to back days at the i think it was the a. Poke knows a poker of legends. I believe it was out in. La so Yet a lot of repeats if you will in that moniker back-to-back flack and like you said just fifty two years old it just uh Gone too soon. Much like a good friend of his Years ago and gavin
Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
Who Killed Yvonne Layne?
"April first. One thousand nine hundred nine twenty. Six year old of on lane was found with her throat. Slashed dead in her home in alliance. Ohio twenty six year old. Yvonne lane a beautiful vivacious woman rebound in a pool of her own blood. Her throat slashed. While her children's slap she was discovered by her mother who had arrived to take her six year old grandchild to kindergarten of was a mother to five kids. David thorne was the father of one of the children although he and a von. We're not together anymore. The murder of a mother of five in her own home stunt the small town of alliance ohio. David had recently been ordered to pay child support and in his confession. Joe said that he was hired by david thorne to kill von so we didn't have to pay the father of one of the children. The motive child support thorne was ordered to pay to the untrained listener. This seems like a pretty clear cut case someone confessing in a good motive but when you start digging and talking to people and going through documents the more complicated things get and it seems like everyone around. A yvonne had a motive to kill her. I i came across the case on the website injustice anywhere which has since become a staple for my research into lesser known conviction cases for my other podcast unjust unsolved. I covered an episode a week telling the stories of people who believed were wrongfully convicted. David was one of them. One of the incredible things to me about. David's case is that it actually unknown there had been other media coverage before the attack grabbed headlines as police hunt for a killer. Dwayne poelman who you just heard in. The previous clips is an investigative journalist. Who looked into the case for three years and at the center of his investigation. Very serious question. Did the system convict the wrong man. However that was over a decade ago. And there's been no movement since i said in david's episode of unjust unsolved that this case deserves its own long-form investigation nachos twenty minutes or forty minutes. So here we are.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death
"Of three fired officers charged in the death of George Floyd has been postponed from August of this year until March next year. In his ruling, judge Peter Cahill indicated that his decision is based in large part on the fact that the three Thomas Layne Alexander King and to Tao, along with Derek Sheldon, were indicted last week on federal civil rights charges, which could bring more serious penalties than the state charges of aiding and abetting. In addition, Cahill noted that the defense team should be given More time after the recently concluded trial of showman who was found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder, along with second degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd, Adam
WNYC 93.9 FM
"layne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King every day more than 240. Americans die from drug overdoses Later today, the Biden administration is expected to unveil some new federal guidelines that will make it easier to treat opioid addiction. MPR's addiction correspondent Brian Mann has been following this story. Good morning, Brian. Good morning. Well, what is the Biden administration planning? So the details of this are gonna be made public until later this morning. What we know right now is that the administration has just facing huge pressure to help people get treatment is this overdose crisis? Has come roaring back. You'll remember a couple years ago, we were starting to see small but hopeful declines an overdose rates. But earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said researchers now expect total drug deaths in 2020. The top 90,000. That's an unprecedented increase. Now we expect part of the response today to focus on encouraging more doctors to prescribe you pin or feen. It's a drug known to help people with addiction, avoid opioid relapses and overdoses. Dr Patrice Harris heads the American Medical Associations Opioid task Force. And, she says Right now, red tape is preventing most doctors from offering this drug the regulatory requirements to get a waiver and then that burdensome documentation requirements discouraged positions from using buprenorphine. Over all across this country to in 10 patients who haven't opioid used disorder have access to that treatment and no well, studies show. It's especially hard for black Americans and people in rural areas to get buprenorphine. And those communities. We're seeing some of the highest overdose rates. Well, this is really curious Brian because the Trump administration did try to make buprenorphine easier for doctors to prescribe back in January, And then when President Biden took office, he rolled that back. Why did he do that? Yeah, that's right, And this upset a lot of people in the addiction treatment community. The Biden team felt the Trump Administration jumped the gun and moved too quickly to allow buprenorphine used by more doctors without making sure their rule change would pass legal muster. Speaking with reporters earlier this month, Regina Love Belle, who's head of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, said Getting this beauty in orphan rule fixed in the right way was a major focus. We're definitely looking at what what's within the authority of the federal government to reduce those barriers. You know, it's urgent and experts I talked to agree. They say it's important for the Biden team to get this right. Otherwise, they say doctors won't offer Butin orphan regularly, even though it is proven really, really effective. Brian, Let me ask you a big pic picture question. We've been talking about the opioid epidemic in the US for years now. It's still ongoing and more Americans are dying. Why is that? Him before the pandemic hit law enforcement and public health experts were seeing synthetic opioid fentanyl, turning up in more and more parts of the U. S laced into more and more illegal drugs. Fentanyl. Noel is just everywhere now, And it's incredibly deadly. Even people who think they're using something else, like heroin or math or cocaine there overdosing because their drugs are contaminated with fentanyl, so that put a lot more people at risk. And then came covert 19 and the lockdowns, which disrupted people's lives disrupted drug treatment programs. One study found 13% increase in the number of Americans using illegal drugs or using drugs more to cope with the stress. And that means taken together more Americans than ever before. Are real risk of overdose and death. NPR addiction correspondent Brian Mann. Thanks for this Bryant, we appreciate it. Thank you. Now that former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin has been convicted for the murder of George Floyd. Prosecutors turn to another trial. Three other former officers were on the scene and face trial this summer. NPR's Adrian Florido reports that show van's conviction complicates their defense. Thomas Layne, J. Alexander King and to Tao reached charged with aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter. Most experts agreed the case against him would have been dropped if Chau van had been acquitted instead. Here's what Attorney General Keith Ellison said last week after show Vin was convicted on all three counts against him. This is not the end. In the coming weeks to quote will determine sentencing and later this summer. We expect to present another case. We will not be talking about that. The three other officers are set to go on trial together in August, but showman's conviction raises new considerations for lawyers on both sides. One, says Brock Hunter in Minneapolis defense attorney the possibility of a plea deal, not just the fact that the jury came back with convictions on all three talents, but that they did so so quickly and decisively. I think it just shows Thies the defense attorneys for the other three officers that they've got. A tough case ahead of them. At the same time, he says, prosecutors shouldn't be too confident in their case against the other officers because they're not the ones who callously but their knee on George Floyd's knack it stayed there. Two of the three officers were rookies. Just brand new on the job. Derek Sovereign. Was there, training officer, you know they were supposed to be learning on the job from him. Body Cam Video shows that Officer Lane who held down Floyd's legs. Twice asked show even if they should move Floyd onto his side. He and Officer King We're both in their first week on the job officer to Tower's primary role was to keep bystanders away. Twin Cities attorney Mike Brandt says he'd be surprised if the officers took a deal. For one, their lawyers got tow Watch show Vince prosecution on television, great for tailoring their own defenses. It's like you're playing poker, and the other opponent has already put their cards on the table. There will be other challenges for the prosecution, including trying three officers at once. Other ones who's got around with all the witnesses again. They're the ones we have to put it all together again. I think there's more pressure on the state second time around. He also says after the show, then trial, finding impartial jurors will be hard. Lawyers for the three officers either declined an PR's request for comment or did not respond. Attorney Brock Hunter says whatever the parties in the case are thinking they all understand the public pressure. Prosecutor's face toe hold all the officers accountable for George Floyd's murder to the extent that they are willing to enter into plea negotiations. I think they're probably going to be driving a pretty tough pardon. Many of the people gathered at the memorial where Floyd was killed on a recent day expressed similar feelings about the three other officers. Samuel Bangoura said Sheldon's conviction.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"layne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Left the labor force, potentially setting back their careers beyond the current crisis. I'm making McCarty Carino from marketplace. One more thing on the actual jobs data adhering to the policy of this program that if we stop talking about this stuff, we're gonna stop talking about it. White unemployment 6% last month black unemployment 9.9%. The virus. As I believe I've said a time or two on this show and his, Neela said about three minutes ago is in charge of this economy right now. So who gets the vaccine for it? And when He's gonna have a lot to do with how this economy goes among the slices of this economy that lost the most jobs last month. Restaurants and travel and leisure. So it's of note that in Washington, D. C next month, restaurant workers move up in the vaccine line marketplaces Jasmine Garza has that one. Listen, Layne bartenders at several different places in Washington, D C. She says. Even with the pandemic raging patrons waiting for food and drink decided that it was okay to take off your mask. If you're sitting down on the table It's like OK, so the virus stops If you're sitting down, which puts servers like her at risk many times a day, she says. Vaccinating restaurant workers. It definitely is an acknowledgment that restaurant workers are important and we are often exposed to disease without any health insurance. Vaccines won't.
"layne" Discussed on KCRW
"Labor force, potentially setting back their careers beyond the current crisis. I'm making McCarty Carino from marketplace. One more thing on the actual jobs data adhering to the policy of this program that if we stop talking about this stuff, we're gonna stop talking about it. White unemployment 6% last month black unemployment 9.9%. Virus. As I believe I've said a time or two on this show and his, Neela said about three minutes ago is in charge of this economy right now. So who gets the vaccine for it? And when is gonna have a lot to do with how this economy goes among the slices of this economy that lost the most jobs last month? Restaurants and travel and leisure. So it's of note that in Washington, D. C next month, restaurant workers move up in the vaccine line marketplaces Jasmine Garza has that one. Listen, Layne bartenders at several different places in Washington, D C, she says. Even with the pandemic, raging patrons waiting for food and drink decided that it was okay to take off your mask. If you're sitting down at this table, it's like OK, so the virus stops if you're sitting down, which puts servers like her at risk many times a day, she says. Vaccinating restaurant workers. It definitely is an acknowledgment that restaurant workers are important and we are often exposed to disease without any health insurance and vaccines won't just.
"I Can't Breathe": Looking Back at the Death of George Floyd
"Will be remembered not only for the Corona virus but for a wave of civil unrest prompted by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police at 809. In the evening, Minneapolis police Officer Thomas Layne taps on George Floyd's car window. Let me see your hands. Floyd had been accused of passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a convenience store. Within the hour. The 46 year old would be dead after a second officer Derrick show, Vin knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Lloyd's was the latest in a series of in custody deaths that galvanized the movement against police brutality. Boyd was buried in his hometown of Houston on June 9th alongside his mother. The worldwide conversation ignited by his death has hardly been laid to rest. African
Minneapolis cop's attorney claims George Floyd overdosed on fentanyl, says charges should be dropped
"And a former Minneapolis police officer's attorney says that George Floyd overdosed on fentanyl so charges against his client should be dropped. Thomas Layne is charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter in connection with Floyd's death. Lane's lawyer claims Floyd swallowed the drugs during his arrest, contributing to his own death.
WBZ Morning News
Leaked video shows moments before George Floyd death
"Video video has has emerged emerged this this morning morning showing showing the the minutes minutes before before George George Floyd's Floyd's death death on on a a Minneapolis Minneapolis ST. ST. CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Jeff Jeff The The Gays Gays says says the the police police body camera video was leaked. And it's not easy to watch for the first time to leak body camera videos show the encounter with George Floyd. From the officer's perspective, Anyone officer Thomas Layne confronts Floyd trying to get him out of an SUV, a gun aimed in his direction. Now. Later in the footage, Floyd drops to the ground. His officers lead him toward a squad car. The other video, which was also published by the daily Mail dot com, appears to come from the body camera worn by rookie officer Alexander King. Those four officers involved in Floyd's death have been fired. They've all been charged in the death of Floyd. It is not known how London's daily Mail Got its hands on the new body Cam video.
New police body camera footage reveals George Floyd's last words were 'I can't breathe'
"Omar He Menace has seen the police body cam footage of the arrest and death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The last words listed in at least a transcript for former officer Thomas Layne. Lists those words as please. But then, as you watch the actual video, you actually seem a little bit later. There's another, please. And then a man can't breathe. On those were the final moments. Florets family filed a lawsuit today against the city of Minneapolis and the four police officers charged in his death.
Atlanta's Morning News
Transcript: Chauvin told Floyd it takes "a lot of oxygen" to talk
"Shed New Light on the final Minutes of George Floyd's Life is Minneapolis Police officer Derrick Show, Vin kneels on his neck. One point the Bodycam Mike's capture show Vin saying, quote, Stop talking. Stop yelling! It takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk. Within minutes. Floyd would be dead. A BCS Jim Ryan says. Attorneys for rookie Thomas Layne seek to get aiding and abetting charges against him dismissed. They claim he deferred to shove in. A senior officer knew this morning. The mayor
Washington, DC - Va. Gov. Says April Revenue Down 26% Due To Tax Extensions
"Pandemic causing Virginia hundreds of millions of dollars in your governor Ralph Northam April Virginia's revenue collections were down twenty six percent that is about seven hundred million dollars less than we would normally collect Virginia finance secretary Aubrey Layne predicts the state will be down about one billion dollars by the end of June he says ask the state starts to re open they'll keep a close eye on how the economy responds and then by the time we need to re forecast our revenues will have some data points that we can use to give us a realistic view of going for